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D Bur. Ent. &.P. Q. Issued December 1941





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


LIST OF INTERCEPTED PLANT PESTS, 1940

(List of Pests Recorded During the Period July 1, 1939, to June 30, 1940, In-
clusive, as Intercepted in, on, or with Plants and Plant Products Entering
United States Territory.)
INTRODUCTION
This report, covering the twenty-seventh year for which lists of interceptions
have been issued, shows a decided change in arrangement of the detailed tabular
information regarding those species believed to be of sufficient interest to warrant
r such presentation. Under the new arrangement the detailed data are given
under the names of the pests and indexed under the names of the hosts and
under the countries of origin instead of being given under the countries of origin
without any indexing.
k This change is being made so that the list will be more serviceable under
present-day conditions. When the first list of interceptions was issued on
February 2, 1914, covering the period July 1 to December 31, 1913, 84 percent
of the interceptions listed were made by State quarantine officers. Federal
-quarantine inspectors were located in Washington only, and interception data
were assembled and used on a country-of-origin basis. Data were so few that
all could be reviewed quickly regardless of the arrangement used. Today most
Sof the interceptions are made by Federal inspectors who are stationed at numerous
I maritime and border ports; interceptions are indexed in the Washington office
Sunder pest, host, and country of origin, but these files are not available to the
Major part of the personnel except by correspondence; and the pest-and-host
Relationship is more important than the country of origin, since rapid transporta-
1.... tion of pests with host materials has made distribution data less stable than they
were formerly.
S' In an effort to meet the needs of the organization as a whole, and of cooperating
Agencies and specialists as well, an index to previous interceptions has been pre-
Spared and is being checked prior to expected publication. This index has alpha-
betical lists of intercepted insects and pathogens, with alphabetical lists of the
hosts in, on, or with which they were intercepted and alphabetical lists ot the coun-
tries'of origin. Hosts are listed alphabetically also and the pests found associated
with them are indicated. The new arrangement of the annual list is not only
more serviceable of itself but will make it usable as an annual supplement to the
cumulated index when it becomes available.
SWith so much of the data cross-indexed it is felt that relatively little text is
needed to enable readers to find information of special interest to them.
Following the introduction there are brief references to a few of the more
interesting findings, as well as summaries of the interceptions of some of the species
too common to be included in the detailed tables, and ot incompletely determined
pests.
SAs usual, the records summarized in this report cover determinations of 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 for entry for immediate export or for immediate transporta-
tion and exportation in bond, and (5) in domestic shipments reaching the mainland
from Hawaii and Puerto Rico.
Collections made late in the year are often included in the report for the follow-
ing year, especially if not determined immediately. The data on which this paper
is based are on file in Washington, D. C. In addition to routine reports and deter-
minations by the personnel of this Bureau, State and customs officials furnish
considerable information. Staffs of specialists maintained by the States of Cali-
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fornia and Florida and the Territory of Hawaii determine most of the intercep-
tions made there, and specialists in the Bureau of Plant Industry determine a large
part of the more difficult plant-disease material.
The alleged origin ol plant materials cannot be verified in all cases. Obviously
doubtful items are either omitted or the origin is listed as unknown.

NOTES ON INSECTS INTERCEPTED
FRUITFLIES
The following fruitflies were intercepted: Anastrepha distinct Greene in Inga sp.
from Mexico; A. fraterculus (Wied.) in peach from Mexico; Mexican fruitfly (A.
ludens (Loew)) in avocado, grapefruit, mango, orange, peach, pear, pomegranate,
ponderosa lemon, quince, sour orange, sweet lime, tangerine, and white sapote
from Mexico; A. mombinpraeoptans Sein in Spondia sp. from the American Virgin
Islands, mango from Cuba, Dominican Republic, Haiti, Jamaica, and Mexico,
and guava and mango from Puerto Rico; A. serpentina (Wied.) in sapote from
Honduras, mamey and sapote from Mexico, and orange and sapodilla from Trini-
dad; A. suspense (Loew) in guava from Cuba and Puerto Rico; Anastrepha sp.
in grapefruit from Argentina, sapodilla from Colombia, mango from Costa Rica,
Cuba, Haiti, Jamaica, and Panama, star-apple from Guatemala, mango and star-
apple from Honduras, apple, apricot, avocado, guava, mango, orange, peach, pear,
quince, and sapote from Mexico, and mango and sapodilla from Trinidad; Mediter-
ranean fruitfly (Ceratilis capilala Wied.) in tangerine from Brazil, in box contain-
ing apples and pears from Germany, avocado, coffee berry, and pepper from Hawaii,
bitter orange, pear, pricklypear, and where oranges had been stored on deck of
ship from Italy, and orange from Portugal and Spain; Ceratitis sp. in grapefruit
from Palestine and Union of South Africa; melonfly (Dacus cucurbitae (Coq.)) in
box of cucumbers from Hawaii; olive fruitfly (D. oleae Gmel.) in olive from Italy
and Portugal; Dacus sp. in pumpkin from Union of South Africa; Epochra sp.
in currant from Mexico; apple maggot, (Rhagoleltis pomrnonella (Walsh)) in apple from
Canada and Mexico and Cralaegus sp. from Mexico; Rhagolelis sp. in black walnut
and Crataegus sp. from Mexico; Spilographa sp. in Rosa spinosissima var. from
Canada; papaya fruitfly (Toxoirypana curvicauda (Gerst.) in bag containing
papaya fruit from Puerto Rico, trypetid in Wisieria sp. from Japan, cut flowers,
seed pod, and Zinnia sp. from Mexico, Lonicera sp. seed from Sweden, rhizome
from Switzerland, and peach and plum from Union of South Africa.

INSECTS OTHER THAN FRUITFLIES
Acrolepia assectella (Zell.) (Hyponomeutidae) was intercepted in leeks from
Italy and Sweden. The citrus blackfly (Aleurocanihus woglumi Ashby) was
f-und on leaves of lemon, orange, and sweet lime from Cuba, fruit, of sour lime
from Dominica, and leaf of sour lime from Jamaica. Pineapples from Mexico
were infested with Alpheias con.spirata Hein. (Galleriidae). Anthonomus funereus
Champ. (Curcuculionidae) arrived with orchids from Mexico. Aonidiella com-
perei McK. (Coccidae) was found on sour limes from Dominica and Guatemala.
Aspidiotus coryphae Ckll. (Coccidae) infested coconuts from Philippines. Aslero-
lecanium slentae Brain (Coccidae) was intercepted on Euphorbia sp. from Union
of South Africa. Baris lepidii Germ. (Curculionidae) was taken in horseradish
from Poland. Bruchus pallidicornis (Boh.) (Bruchidae) infested lentil seed from
It,.ly. Cerotoma atrofasciata Jac. (Chrysomelidae) arrived with Oncidium caven-
dishianurm from Guatemala. The turnip gall weevil (Ceutorhynchus pleurostigma
Marsh.) was intercepted in turnip from England, France, Netherlands, Scotland,
and Sweden. The Asiatic rice borer (Chilo simplex (Butler)) was intercepted
with rice straw from Japan. Chrysomphalus umboniferus Newst. (Coccidae)
was taken on an orchid leaf from Venezuela. Coptolcrmes formosanus Shiraki
(te-mite) arrived with Cycas sp. from Japan. Crocidosema plebeiana Zell. (Oleth-
re'!ltidae) infested Hibiscus sp. from Bermuda and okra from Cuba and Mexico.
Diaspis visci (Schr.) (Coccidae) was found on Juniperus sp. berry from Italy.
C-c~nuts from Hawaii and Philippines were infested with the Tahitian coconut
weevil (Diocalandra taitensis Guer.). Epicaerus cognalus Sharp (Curculionidae)
was taken in potato from Mexico. Epinotia opposita Hein. (Olethreutidae)
arrived with lima and string beans from Mexico and string beans from Venezuela.
Eumecosomyia nubila Wied. (Otitidae) was taken in corn from Brazil and Mexico,
lettuce from Mexico, and orange from Panama. Eupteryx melissae Curt. (Cica-
dellidae) was found on sage from England. The West Indian sweetpotato weevil






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(Eusepes posifasciatus Fairm.) was intercepted in sweetpotatoes from Brazil,
Dominican Republic, Haiti, Hawaii, Jamaica, and Trinidad. Exosoma lustitanica
L. (Chrysomelidae) was found in cipollini from Morocco. Exptochiomnera oblonga
(Stal) (Lygaeidae) was taken on eggplant, pepper, and tomato from Mexico.
Faustinus cubae (Boh.) (Curculionidae) infested peppers from Cuba. Frank-
liniella schultzei Tryb. (thrips) was found on chinkerichee from the Union of South
Africa.. Fulvius bisbistillatus (StMl) (Miridae) arrived with Cafttleya spp. from
Colombia. Gelechia ericelella (Hbn.) (Gelechiidae) was taken on. heather from
Scotland. Gnorimoschema gudmanella (Wism.) (Gelechiidae) infested peppers
from Cuba and Mexico .and tomatoes from Mexico. Hellula phidilealis (Walk.)
(Pyraustidae) was found on mustard, radish, and white greens from Cuba.
Heraeus cincticornis Stal (Lygaeidae) arrived with Cattleya sp. from Venezuela.
Hoplandrothrips xanthopoides Bagn. (thrips) was intercepted on Bryophyllum sp.
from Barbados. Kalotermes snyderi Light (termite) was taken in mesquite from
Mexico. Laspeyresia splendana Hbn. (Olethreutidae) was intercepted in chest-
nuts from the Azores, Italy, Japan, and Portugal. Lecaniodiaspis dendrobii
(Dougl.) (Ccccidae) was taken on Cattleya sp. from Colombia. The East Indian
bean pod borer (Maruca lestulalis Geyer) infested string beans from American
Virgin Islands, Brazil, Dominican Republic, Haiti, Hawaii, Japan, and Puerto
Rico, and Canavalia sp. and Dioclea violacea from Hawaii. Megalometis chiliensis
Boh. (Curculionidae) arrived with nectarine from Chile. Pistache nut from Italy
was infested with Megastigmus pistaciae Walk. (Callimomidae). Aficrelus ericae
Gyll. (Curculionidae) was found on heather from Scotland. MIoodna bisinuella
Hamp. (Phycitidae) arrived with corn from Mexico. Mordellistena cattleyana
Champ. (Mordellidae) infested orchids from Colombia and Venezuela and A/.
chapini Ray arrived with orchids from Colombia and Mexico. Myzus hemero-
callis Taka. aphidsl was intercepted on Hemerocallis sp. from China. Napomyza
lateralis Fallen (Agromyzidae) was found in witloof leaves from Belgium. Ophi-
omyia pinguis (Agromyzidae) arrived with witloof from Belgium. The pink
bollworm (Pectinophora gossypiella (Saund.)) was intercepted in cottonseed from
Brazil, Egypt, Italy, Mexic), and Puerto Rico, seed cottton from Brazil, Man-
churia, and Mexico, cotton from Hawaii, and okra from Mexico. The vine moth
(Polychrosis botrana (Schiff.)) arrived with grapes' from Italy. Psylliodes chryso-
cephala L. (Chrysomelidae) infested broccoli, cabbage, cauliflower, and turnip
from Italy and turnip from France and Morocco. The European corn borer
(Pyrausta nubilalis (Hbn.)') arrived with string beans from Japan. Ribua innoxia
Hein. (Phycitidae) was intercepted in pineapples from Cuba. The mango weevil
(Sternochetus mangifera F.) was taken in mangoes from Hawaii. Taeniothrips
ericae (Hal.) (thrips) was taken on heather from Germany and Scotland.
NOTES ON PLANT DISEASES INTERCEPTED
Interceptions of citrus canker (Bacterium citri) during the year numbered 17,
on 4 host species, with 4 countries of origin. Thirteen of these interceptions were
made during the 6-month. period March to August, inclusive. The banana leaf
spot (Cercospora musae) was reported 15 times, although bananas receive relatively
little inspection. Elsinoe australis, the sweet orange scab of South America, was
found twice on oranges in stores. Lima bean scab (E. phaseoli) was intercepted
304 times during the year. Mycosphaerella schoenoprasi continues to be inter-
cepted, especially from Japan, but not with such frequency as formerly. Pana-
grolaimus hygrophilus, a new species of nematode, was found November 27, 1939.
in a wet rot of waterlily root from Cuba and later described. Papulospora
coprophila was apparently rotting an onion bulb from Mexico on which it was
intercepted in May 1940. Citrus black spot (Phoma citricarpa) was intercepted
but twice during the year. During the course of an inspection of Sagitlaria sp.
corms from Wisconsin for export a new species of nematode was found and later
described as Rhabditis chitwoodi. During the year Tritirachiuim, a new form
genus in the Moniliaceae, was described, based in part on T. dependens, the type
species found on Yucca treculeana from Cuba, but being secondary it is not listed
as an interception. Uredo wakensis, described during the year, was intercepted
at Honolulu February 22, 1938, on Tournefortia sp. from Wake Island and
mentioned in the 1939 list of interceptions on page 4. The oriental lespedeza
rust which goes under the name Lromyces lespedezae-procumbentis, although
markedly different in host reactions and potentially a menace to plants of oriental
species of lespedeza. was intercepted with lespedeza seed from Japan.
It may be noted that some fairly common diseases are listed iri the detailed
table. The general policy has been to list these common diseases until a reason-






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ably representative set of data are recorded showing the hosts and countries of
origin involved-a contribution to the study of the types of diseases actually
transported in commerce.
COMMON PESTS INTERCEPTED
In order to give a complete picture of the interception work it is necessary to
call attention, however briefly, to the thousands of interceptions of common
pests. Some of these pests are cosmopolitan, others are not so widely distributed
but are well established in this country. Two of the diseases, Elsinoe phaseoli
and Helminthosporium allii, have not been reported as' occurring in the United
States mainland but are intercepted in such numbers that detailed records of
them are no longer made. Some of the interceptions of diseases known to occur
in this country doubtless represent forms or strains not found here. Great
numbers of common pests are discarded without any record being made of them,
but enough are recorded to give a reasonably representative sample. In the
following summaries of these records the numbers following the names .of organ-
isms indicate the number of countries of origin from which the pest was
intercepted and the total number of interceptions recorded.
INSECTS
Common insects intercepted 10 or more times, and recorded, included Acan-
thoscelides oblectus (10-185), Ahasverns advena (23-113) Anthonomus eugenii
(1-6,068), Aonidiella aurantii (19-618), Aphis gossypii (8-177), A. rumicis
(4-13), Araecerus fasciculatus (14-26), Aspidiotus camelliae (9-32), A. cyan-
ophylli (12-66), A. hederae (20-141), A. lataniae (13-232), A. perniciosus
(10-34), Aulacaspis pentagon (7-15), Brevicoryne brassicae (13-19), Car-
pocapsa pomonella (13-89), Catharius quadricollis (4-165), Cerataphis lataniae
(11-28), Chionaspis citri (9-19), Chrysomphalus aonidum (32-5,368), C. dic-
lyospermi (22-752), Coccus hesperidum (21-77), Diaspis boisduvalii (20-243),
D. bromeliae (6-321), D. echinocacti (9-28), Ephestia cautella (9-20), Gnori-
moschema operculella (29-203), Heliothis armigera (11-3,390), H. virescens
(6-106), Hippodamia convergens (1-192), Howardia biclavis (7-46), Ischnaspis
longirostris (8-15), Laphygmafrugiperda (3-329), Lasioderma serricorne (10-118)
Lepidosaphes beckii (50-3,938), L. gloverii (14-772), L. ulmi (16-47), Macro-
siphum solanifolii (8-209), Myzus persicae (18-309), Necrobia rufipes (15-56),
Oryzaephilus surinamensis (12-98), Parlatoria pergandii (19-4,012), P. proteus
(14-62), Pinnaspis aspidistrae (12-61), P. minor (11-129), Plodia interpunc-
tella (9-378), Pseudococcus adonidum (6-26), P. brevipes (15-435), P. citri
(20-73), P. maritimus (12-42), Rhizoglyphus hyacinthi (11-127), Rhizopertha
dominica (6-54), Rhopalosiphum pseudobrassicae (2-72), Saissetia hemi-
sphacrica (21-136), S. nigra (7-46), S. oleae (11-40), Selenaspidus articulatus
(23-79), Sitophilus oryza (18-1,113), Sitotroga cerealella (5-21), Tenebroides
manuritanicus (12-56), Thrips tabaci (22-347), Tribolium castaneum (9-282),
T. confusum (9-97), and Typhaea stercorea (12-93).
In addition to the listed species of common insects, there were 5,249 intercep-
tions belonging to 693 different species which were not deemed to be of sufficient
importance from the plant-quarantine viewpoint to warrant listing them by species.
Total of insects included in this paragraph, 39,711.
DISEASES
Common plant diseases intercepted included Actinomyces scabies (37-469),
Albugo candida (4-78), Alternaria brassicae (11-37), A. herculea (17-33), A.
radicina (5-10), A. solani (1-108), Aspergillus niger (30-313), Bacillus caroto-
vorus (21-63), Bacterium maculicola (9-19), B. marginatum (7-300), B. rhizo-
genes (3-6), B. lumefaciens (6-23), B. vesicatorium (4-2,472), Botrytis cinerea
(28-168), Capnodium citri (17-55), Cephalothecium roseum (16-71), Ceratoslo-
mella adiposum (4-38), C. paradoxa (12-212), Cercospora beticola (4-39), C.
capsici (3-344), C. rosicola (4-38), Cladosporium fulvum (2-168), C. herbarum
(3-31), Colletotrichum circinans (5-120), C. lindemuthianum (11-145), Conio-
thyriumfuckeli (5-6), Corticium vagum (32-517), Diaporthe phaseolorum (3-108),
Diplocarpon rosae (6-29), Diplodia natalensis (20-39), Elsinoefawcettii (20-55),
E. phaseoli (2-304), Erysiphe graminis (2-23), Fusarium moniliforme (2-18),
Gloeosporium limetticolum (11-123), Glomerella cingulata (20-533), Graphiola
phoenicis (3-r-7), Helminthosporium allii (10-844), H. sativum (2-21), Heterodera
marioni (16-44), Macrosporium tomato (4-1,672), Melanconium sacchari (3-4),






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Mycosphaerella brassicicola (4-9), M. pinodes (9-21), Oospora lactis parasitica
(10-78), Penicillium digitatum (18-98), P. expansum (14-36), P. gladioli
(3-1,597), P. italicum (18-58), Peronospora parasilica (4-5), Pestalozzi guepini
(7-29), Phoma destructive (10-850), Phomopsis cilri (31-156), P. vexans (9-
295), Phytophthora infestans (13-62), Puccinia graminis (18-152), P. menthae
(5-11), P. rubigo-vera (10-33), Pythium debaryanum (1-17), Rhizopus nigricans
(34-652), Sclerotinia gladioli (3-403), S. sclerotiorum (17-32), Sclerotium
oryzae (6-13), S. rolfsii (7-23), Septoria apii (17-38), S. pelroselini (7-38),
Spondylocladium atrovirens (28-182), Spongospora subterranea (9-20), Uromyces
phaseoli typical (4-251), Venturia inaequalis (32-189), V. pyrina (7-18),
VerticiUllium cinnabarina (19-58).
Total recorded interceptions of these common diseases, 15,131.
INCOMPLETELY DETERMINED PESTS
Some interceptions are not determined to species because they are new and un-
described, others because descriptions are faulty and authentic material is not
available for comparison, but a large part of the incompletely determined material
could not be determined because it was not in the right stage or was not in good
condition or was of such a nature that determination would require more work
than the probable value of the determination seemed to warrant. A few notes
regarding some of these interceptions should be of interest.
INSECTS
Of the pests intercepted a total of 67 could be determined to family, subfamily,
or tribe only. A total of 5,613 other lots of insect pests, determined to genus
only, were distributed among 1,159 genera.
DISEASES
Many of the fungi infecting plant material offered for entry are in a nonfruiting
condition and could not be determined without culturing them. Since the Divi-
sion of Foreign Plant Quarantines of this Bureau is not prepared to do routine
culture work or to get it done, these must remain undetermined for the most part.
Fungi found on special-permit plants are sometimes fruiting in some stage, but
the material is often so scanty that it cannot be studied properly. A few bacterial
diseases are determinable on the basis of their symptoms. Others must remain
undetermined. There is no practicable means for inspecting most imported
plant material for the possible presence of virus diseases or for determining the
identity of viruses if detected.
Fungi not determinable by inspectors are sometimes referred to specialists for
examination. The following notes are based on reports covering a few such
specimens among those the specialists were unable to determine to species.
Ascochyla sp., either undescribed or not reported as occurring on orchids, was
intercepted at Seattle in March 1940 on Cymbidium crassifolium, C. parishii,
Cypripedium callosum, C. fairrieanum, C hirsutissimum, C. parishii, and C.
spicerianum in mail shipments from India. Coniothyriumn sp. with spores smaller
than those of either species reported on orchids was intercepted at San Francisco
in December 1939 on Epidendrum sp. in cargo from Mexico. Coryneum sp.,
which does not agree with C. rhododendri or C. triseptatum, was intercepted at
Seattle in January 1940 on Rhododendron sp. in cargo from Canada. An unde-
termined Diplodia (or Microdiplodia) with spores measuring about 3 by 8 microns
was found on a lemon from Italy in July 1939 at New York, in stores. Glocospor-
ium sp. (no species reported on host) was intercepted at San Francisco the latter
part of June 1939 on Caralluma sp. in mail from Mozambique. An undetermined
species of Gloeosporium was found on Typha sp. used as packing for fish coming
in from Mexico during October, November, and December, 1939, at El Paso.
The spotting has been noted frequently but the scanty sporulation on this material
is the only time the fungus had developed sufficiently to permit even a partial
determination. Macrosporium sp. with smaller spores than those of MA. camelliae
was intercepted at Seattle in December 1939 on Camellia japonica in cargo from
Japan. Mycosphaerella sp., apparently not A[. gardeniae, was intercepted at
Brownsville in December 1939 on Gardenia florida in baggage from Mexico.
Myxosporium sp., apparently undescribed, was intercepted at Seattle in December
1939 and at San Francisco in February and March 1940 on Camellia japonica
in cargo from Japan. Myxosporium sp., no species reported on the host, was
found at New York in May 1939 on Euphorbia sp. among ship's furnishings from







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Straits Settlements. Papulospora sp., possibly P. coprophila which was found
apparently responsible for a rot of onion from Mexico, was intercepted -at El Paso
in March 1940 on garlic from Mexico. Phoma sp., an undescribed species previ-
ously intercepted from Syria, was taken at El Paso on October 1939 on Sechium
edulis in baggage from Mexico. Phoma sp., unlike any of the species described
on the host, was intercepted at San Francisco in June 1939 on Euphorbia sp. in
mail from Mozambique. Phomopsis sp., no species reported on host, was inter-
cepted at San Francisco in January 1940 on Paeonia moutan in cargo from Japan.
Sclerotium sp., sclerotia forming all over the ferns but without evident injury,
was found at San Francisco in February 1940 on Nephrodium glabratum in mail
from New Zealand. Sphaerulina sp., no species reported on host, was intercepted
at Seattle in December 1939 on Paeonia moutan from Japan. Vermicularia sp.,
no species reported on host, was intercepted at San Francisco in June 1939 on
Caralluma sp. in mail from Mozambique.
.Ten of these seventeen fungi were found on plant material offered for entry
under special permit, for propagation.
While thousands of incompletely determined interceptions of plant disease
and related organisms are never recorded, a total of 8,950 were recorded during
the year.

Geographic summary of interceptions listed in main table and interception totals


Country


Insects


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Africa:
Angola ------------------
British East Africa-------
Egypt.. --------- ------
Italian Somaliland--------
Liberia-------------------
M orocco----------------
St. H elena -------------
Sierra Leone. ------------
Southwest Africa ------
Tanganyika.------------
Union of South Africa -....--
West Africa--------------
Zanzibar------ ------
Asia:
Afghanistan--------------
Arabia-------------------
Baluchistan --------------
China-------------------
Cyprus----.. -----------
Ind ia.-- -
Iran -- -
Japan -.- -
M anchuria.--------------
Palestine ------
Straits Settlements ------
Syria ------- ---- --- -
Taiwan------.............
Thailand------ ------
Australasia:
American Samoa ---------
Australia ----------..........-..
Cook Islands --.........--------.
Fiji Islands--------------
Hawaii--.- ----
Java ---- ----
New South Wales..------
New Zealand---- --
Philippines --------------
Tonga Islands-----------
Europe:
Azores.------------------
Belgium ------------
Denmark-------------
England-------- ----
Estonia---....-.----..------
Finland ------ ------
France --..----------
Germany -.--------
Greece --- ------
Hungary---- ---
Ireland --.- ----------


Number
4
1
8
1
1
14
1
0
1
2
72
4
1

0
0
1
12
1
13
0
213
4
2
3
1
1
2

1


43
8
1
1

4
8
0
4
1

30
5
302
24
91
1
3
97
9
8
25
4


Diseases


Number
0
0
2
0
0
8
0
A


Country


Europe-Continued.
Italy ------ -----------
M alta-------- ----
Netherlands -----..----.
N orway..................
Poland - -
Portugal..--..............
Rumania.........
Scotland-----------------
Spain ---- -- -
Sweden.-----................
Switzerland. ......
Turkey--- -- -
W ales ----------- ----
Yugoslavia ---.------
North America:
Bermuda-- ---- --
C anada --- --- -----
British Columbia-----
Nova Scotia ------
Prince Edward Island
Central America:
British Honduras-- ..
Canal Zone ---------
Costa Rica.------
Guatemala -------
Honduras----------
Nicaragua-----------
Panama ----- --
Salvador-------
Mexico --- -- --
Newfoundland -----------
West Indies:
American Virgin
Islands.-------------
Antigua-------------
Bahamas ----------
Barbados -----------
British West Indies -
Cuba.. --- ------------
Dominica ----------
Dominican Republic.
Dutch West Indies -
Grenada-------------
Guadeloupe----------
Haiti-------------
Jamaica -------------
Martinique-----------
Puerto Rico---------
St. Kitts.----------
St. Vincent -----..---
Trinidad-----------
SVirgin Islands..------


Diseases

Number
75
L
482
4
1
11
7
0
27
1
3
3
0
0
7
5
0
1
0
0
0
1
12
6
0
2
0
539
1


Insects

Number
128
0
89
1
7
21
6
45
6
7
7
8
1
1
10
13
2
0
1
1
13
10
52
24
6
15
2
8,074
3


4
5
10
2
1
383
5
11
2
2
1
6
51
1
38
1
2
33
0








SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS


Geographic summary of interceptions listed in main table and interception totals-
Continued


Country


South America:
Argentina --------------
Brazil ------------------
Chile --- --- ----
Colombia ----------------
Dutch Guiana.-------
Ecuador--.----- ---
Peru ---- ---- ----
South America-----------
Uruguay ----------------
Venezuela.---------
Total:
Africa -.- --- ----
Asia----- -------- --


Insects

Number
10
75
21
66
1
4
3
2
0
40

110
253


Diseases

Number
3
13
9
24
0
1
3
0
11
6

19
92


Country


Total-Continued.
Australasia---------------
Europe.-----------------
North America -.-- -
South America......

T otal ....... .. .....- .
Total (common pests,
p. 4) .- ...............
Total (incompletely de-
termined pests, p. 5)..
Total insects ---------
Total diseases----------
Grand total------


NOTE.-In addition to the countries named above, interceptions including those of common pests (p 4)
and of incompletely determined pests (p. 5) were made from Algeria, Austria, British Guiana, Bulgaria,
Canary Islands, Czechoslovakia, Dutch East Indies, French Cameroons, Gibraltar, Gold Coast, Guam,
Montserrat, Mozambique, Nigeria, Rhodesia, St. Lucia, Sumatra, Surinam, Tahiti, Tasmania, Tortola
-Island, Tunis, and Wake Island.

List of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1939, to June 30, 1940, inclusive

[AUll findings marked with an asterisk indicate State inspection]


Pest and host


INSECTS

Acatypta musci (Tingitidae):
Moss packing around plants -
Acalypta panrvula (Tingitidae):
Ficus sp ....-..................
Acanalonia laticosta (Fulgoridae):
Prosopis sp. (mesquite) -----
Aca7ithoscelides armitagei (Bru-
chidae):
Cajanus indicus (pigeon pea) -
Acanthoscelides dominicanus (Bru-
chidae):
Acacia farnesiana huisachee). -
Caesalpinia coriaria (divi-
divi).
Acanthoscelides spinipes (Bruchi-
dae):
Acacia farnesiana (acacia) -.-
Acmaeodera tubulus (Bupresti-
dae):
Brassica oleracea capital (cab-
bage).
Acrolepia asseclella (Hyponomeu-
tidae):
Allium porrum (leek) .......
Adoxophyes priralana (Tortrici-
dae):
Euonymus sp ------- --
Aeolothrips duvali (Aeolothripi-
dae):
Chrysanthemum sp -----
D aisy-------.................
Agallia product (Cicadellidae):
Lactuca saliva (lettuce) -------
Alalricaria chamomilla coro-
nala (manzanilla).
Agriotes sp. (Elateridae):
Cynara cardunculus (cardoon)
Agromyza sp., very close to bur-
gessi (Agromyzidae):
Phaseolus sp. (string bean)-. -


Country of origin


Switzerland. ------------

Italy -------

M exico--------- -----

Trinidad----.----

Mexico. -------.-.....--
Mexico, Nicaragua------


Greece---------

M exico..------------------


Italy, Sweden----------

Japan.-- -

Mexico --_------
----- do.----- -- -- --

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

Italy----------

Mexico. ---_-------


Number of interceptions
in-


C)
CL
d
CL
CL


1
1

2
1


1


Collected in-


Ill.

Calif.*

Tex.

D.C.

La.
La., N. Y.


----I N. Y.


Tex.


Md., N. Y., Pa.

Wash.

Tex.
Tex.

Tex.
Tex.

N.Y.


Ariz.


Insects

Number
97
896
8,784
222

10,362

39,711

5,680
55,753


Diseases

Number
17
.751
809
70

1, 7 58

15,131

8,950
25,839
81, 592








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List of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1939, to June 80, 1940, inclu-
sive-Continued

[All findings marked with an asterisk indicate State inspection]


Pest and host


INSECTS-continued
Agffromyza sp.(Agromyzidae)-Con.
Allium porrum (leek)----
Alopecurus longearistatus.-.
Apium graveolens (celery) -
Brassica chinensis (white
greens).
Brassica oleracea botrytis (cau-
liflower).
Brassica oleracea capitata (cab-
bage).
Brassica rapa (turnip)-----
Brassica sp. (mustard) -------
Capsicum annuum (pepper)-.
Coriandrum sativum (corian-
der).
Daucus carota (carrot)----
Helianthussp. (Mexican sun-
flower).
Medicinal herb --------
Iris kaempferi (Japanese iris) -
Lactuca sativa (lettuce) -------
Lycopersicum escutentum (to-
mato).
.Afatricarza chamomilla coro-
nata (manzanilla).
Mentha sp..(mint)--- ----
O rchid .-- .- ...- .- ---.. ------
Phaseolus sp. (string bean) ---
Pisum salivum (pea) -------
Prunus mahaleb (mahaleb)_--
Raphanus satirius (radish) -
Tagetes sp. (marigold) -------
Tithonia sp. (Mlexican sun-
flower).
Tropaeolum sp. (nasturtium).
Zinnia sp... -- ---------
Aleurocanthus woglumi (Aleyro-
didae):
Citrus aurantifolia (lime) ----
Citrus limetta (sweet lime)----....
Citrus limonia (lemon)------
Citrus sinensis (orange)------
Aleurodicus manni (Aleyrodidae):
Gardenia florida (Cape-jas-
mine).
Aleuroplatus mammaeferus (Aley-
rodidae):
Codiaeum sp. (croton).--..---
Allantus cinctus (Tenthredini-
dae):
Rosa chinensis manetlti (ma-
netti).
Rosa sp--- ------------.-
Allocoris incognita (Cydnidae):
Antirrhinum majus (snapdra-
gon).
Daucus carota (Queen Anne's
lace).
Flowers, mixed -----------
Lactuca satii;a (lettuce) ------
Allocoris interupla (Cydnidae):
Antirrhinum majus (snap-
dragon)......-...-----......
Alpheias conspirata (Oalleriidae):
Ananas sativus (pineapple)-_
Alpheias sp. (Galleriidae):
Ananas salius. .----------
Amblycerus nigromarginatuas (Bru-
chidae):
Cassia occidentalis....-----


Country of origin


Italy---------- -----
Manchuria-------------
Argentina, Cuba-----
Cuba ----------


Number of interceptions
in-


2
19


France------------.-- -- 1--- ------


Italy, Netherlands----
France-----------------
Cuba.--------
Mexico--- ------
Cuba---- -----
Brazil, Mexico--------
Mexico-----------------
Japan -----------
S- do ---------
Italy ---- -----
Mexico ---------------

----do ---------
-- do---. --------
CanalZone-------------
Mexico --..-------
Cuba ---------
Rumania. ----------
Mexico --- -------
Jamaica, Mexico-------
Mexico---------------
---do ------------
---.do ---------

Dominica, Jamaica-----
Cuba---------
--- do..------------
--- do---------
Mexico.----------------


Japan---------------


Ireland, Netherlands --
British Columbia, Eng-
land, Ireland.
Mexico.....----------------


bD
Cd


2
1



4


1




2
1


- 111111


1
1
1


1 ----


15
8
1


1


if----!-


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

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




--do--------------- 21
--do---------------- 20 ----

Panama:-------------------- 1


Collected in-


N.Y.
Ala., Ga.
N.Y.
N.Y.
Ariz., Tex.
N.Y.
N. Y., Tex.
Tex.
Wash.
Calif.*
N. Y.
Ariz., Tex.
Tex.
Tex.
D.C.
Ariz.
N. Y.
D.C.
Tex.
N. Y., Tex.
Tex.
Tex.
Tex.

Ill., Mass.
Fla.*
N.Y.
Fla.*

Tex.


Pa.

N.Y.
D. C., Wash.

Ariz., Tex.
Ariz.


... .. Ariz., Tex.
.... .. T ex.


Tex.
La., Tex.
La., Tex.


D.C.








SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS


List of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1939, to June 30, 1940, inclu-
sive-Continued

[All findings marked with an asterisk indicate State inspection]


Pest and host


INSECT.9-continued

Amorbia emigratella (Tortrici-
dae):
Daisy ---------------------
Gardenia florida (Cape-jas-
m ine) -- ------
Lilium longiflorum (Easter
lily) y )-- -- -----
Lyfcopersicum esculentum
(tom ato) ----------------
Amphicerus corinulus (Bostrichi-
dae):
Herb.-- -- -
Lactuca salira (lettuce) ..---
Amphorophora azaleae (AphilMae):
Azalea indica -- -----
Anacaena globulus (Hydrophili-
dae):
Forest litter and sphagnum
moss---------- ----
Anacentrinuis blandiltus (Curcu-
lionidae):
Lactuca salira (lettuce)......
Anaphothrips orchidaceus (Thripi-
dae):
Cammellia japonica (camel-
lia)------- --- -- -
Mixed flowers---.............
Odonloglossum sp. (orchid)..
Orchid.---------............-

Anapholhrips orchidii (Thripidae):
Anthurium scherzerianum --....-
Renanthera sp. (orchid) ...--
Anaphothrips secticornis (Thripi-
dae):
Echereria sp._. ......-
Anasa uhteri (Coreidae):
Empty railway car -------
Anastrepha distincla (Trypeti-
dae):
Inga sp------.......................
Anastrepha fraterculus (Trypeti-
dae):
A mygdalus persica (peach) -.
Anastrepha ludens (Trypetidae):
Amygdalus percica (peach) -.-
Casimiroa edulis (white sa-
pote)
Citrus aurantium (sour
orange).
Citrus grandis (grapefruit) ...
Citrus timetla (sweet lime) ---
Citrus timonia ponderosa
(ponderosa lemon).
Citrus nobilis deticiosa (tan-
gerine).
Citrus sinensis (orange).----.

Cydonia oblonga (quince)-----
Mfangifera indica (mango).. -
Mangifera indica (in railway
car).
Persea americana (avocado).--
Punica granatum (pome-
granate).
Pyrus communism (pear) -------
400127-41-2


Country of origin


Mexico....-------- ---------


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

---- do.... -

--_do-..--------------


---do................
.....do._-------- -

Belgium, Netherlands-._


Denmark--------------


Number of interceptions
in-


r 2 ~ Collected in-

L. 0
a W

-- T




1---- ---- Tex.


1 --

1----




4----
41...


Mexico------ -------I


_do.
.....do.----------
_- -.do...................-
England.----------
Colombia, England,
Guatemala Mexico.

Japan.--- ---------


2
1


1





4


I- -- ------


Phillippines.-------- I ------ .--


Ecuador --------

M exico... ... .


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

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

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

.--- d o__ .
---..do.- ----- -
-----do-- -.. -----

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

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

---. do ._ ------ -
-----do-___ ---- --
---- do..-- -------.-..

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


------ 1


- -. .







3- -- -


2


1
1
3

11
8
1

1

148

7
33


5
2

9


Tex.

Tex.

Tex.


Tex.
Tex.

D.C.


N. Y.


---. Tex.


Tex.
Tex.
Calif.*
-- Tex.


1




4


Hawaii.*
D.C.


D.C.

Tex.


Ariz.


Tex.
Tex.
Tex.

Tex.

La., Tex.
Ariz., Tex.
Tex.

Tex.

Ala.,Md.. N.Y.,
Tex.
Tex.
Tex.
Tex.

Tex.
Tex.

Tex.


__ i ..I__ __ _


1 1 -----








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List of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1939, to June 30, 1940, inclu-
sive-Continued

[All findings marked with an asterisk indicate State inspection]


Pest and host


INSECTS-continued

Anastrepha mombinpraeoptans
(Trypetidae):
Mlangifera indica (mango) ..


Psidium guajava (guava) ..
Spondias sp -----------------
Anastrepha serpentina (Trypeti-
dae):
Achras sapota sapodillaa) ----
Citrus sinensis (orange).------
Mammea americani (mamey)-
Sapote .------------------ --
Anaslrepha suspense (Trypeti-
dae):
P.sidium guajava (guava)-----
Anastrepha sp., probably frater.
culus (Trypetidae):
Amygdalus persica (peach)-...
Citrus grandis (grapefruit)... -
Prunus armeniaca (apricot) -
Anastrepha sp., probably ludens
(Trypetidae):
PyruR communis (pear)------
Ana.,trephia sp.. probably mom-
binpraeoptans (Trypetidae):
Alanoifera indica (mnngo)....

Anastrepha sp., probably serpen-
tina (Trypetidae)"
Achras sap'ua (sapodilla)----
Chrysophyllum cainito (star-
apple).
Anastrepha sp. (Trypetidae):
Amygdalus pmrsica (peach) ....
Chrysophyllum cainito... ----
Citrus grandis (grapefruit)--....
Citrus sinensis (oranae)...-..
Cydonia oblonga (quince)----
Malus sylvestri? (apple) ---.
Maneifera indica (mango) -

PerTea americanz (avocado)
Psidium guajava (guava) -..
Pyrus communis (pear)----.-
Sapote.------------------..-.
Andricus glanlium (Cynipidae):
Quercus sp -------------..-..
Andricus ruginosus (Cynipidae):
Unknown root--------------
Anoplodera crassipes (Ceramby
cidae):
R osa sp -.-- ------ -- --.. ..
Anthonomus funereu. (Curculi-
onidae):
Orchid -...-.--..----.-- ......
An7thonomus mexicanus (Curcu-
lionidae):
Mixed cut flowers-----------
Anthonomus rectirostris *(Curcu-
lionidae):
Pru n us avium sylvestris ------
Antliarhinus zamiae (Curculi-
onidae):
Encephalartos kosiensis..-----
Encephalartos sp .----.
Anuraphis cynariella (Aphiidae):
Cynara scolymus (globe arti-
choke).


Country of origin


Cuba, Dominican Re-
public, Haiti, Jamai-
ca, Mexico, Puerto
Rico.
Puerto Rico.-----------
American Virgin Islands.

Trinidad --------
.----do---- -----
Mexico---------------
Honduras, Mexico------

Cuba. Puerto Rico----- -

Mexico -----------------
Argentina --------
Mexico----------------

--- do- ------

Cuba, Honduras, Ja-
maica.

Colombia, Trinidad...-
Honduras ---------

Mexico-------------
Guatemala------------
Argentina------------
Mexico---. -----------
---do---------
do_ -- ----- -
Costa Rica, Haiti. Mex-
ico, Panama, Trini-
dad.
Mexico--------
-----do ---------------
--do---------
.--.do --- ----

Turkey--- -------
Mexico-------------


Number of interceptions
in-


0






1


------ I


1


2


Canada------------ I.---


Mexico----------------

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

Denmark_------

Union of South Africa- -
England------------

Greece-------------


a)
bi
to






18


2
1

1
2
1

2

1

1
1


2


1
1

8
1
5
4
2
2

1
2
10
1


.....T.


Collected in-


La., Mass., N. Y.,
Tex., Va.

N.Y.
P.R.

N.Y.
Mass.
Tex.
La., Tex.

Fla.,* N. Y.

Tex.
N.Y.
Tex.

Tex.

N.Y.


N.Y.
La.

Tex.
Tex.
Md.
Tex.
Tex.
Tex.
Calif.,* La.,
Mass., N. Y.,
Tex.
Tex.
Tex.
Tex.
Tex.
N.Y.

Tex.

Wash.

D.C.

Tex.

N.Y.

D.C.
N.Y.

N.Y.








SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS


List of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1939, to June 30, 1940, inclu-
sive-Continued
[All findings marked with an asterisk indicate State inspection]

Number of interceptions
in-

Pest and host Country of origin a W Collected in-
oo
hO -
Q 03 aS C
to & a
0 S FQ 0bg


INSECTS-continued
Aonididla comperei (Coccidae):
Citrus aurantifolia (lime) ----.-
Aphis rumicis (Aphiidae):
Euon ymus europaeus ---.........
Apionflavipes (Curculionidae):
Forest litter and sphagnum
moss.
Apion pomonae (Curculionidae):
Vicia sp. (vetch)---------
Archimerus scutellaris (Coreidae):
Orchid---..---..-.---..--.
Arvelius elbopunctatus (Pentato-
midae):
Capsicum annuum (pepper)...
Ascia monuste (Pieridae):
Brassica chinensis (white
greens).
Brassica sp. (mustard)...
Aspidiotus coryphae (Coccidae):
Cocoa n ucifera (coconut) -----.
Aspidiotus destructor (Coccidae):
Camellia japonica (camellia) -.
Carica papaya (papaya).-.-- -
Cocos nucifera (coconut) -----
Musa sp. (banana)----------
Palm--- --- --- --
Roystonea regia (royal palm). -
Terminalia catappa (tropical
almond).
Aspidiotus fabernii (Coccidae):
Unknown bark-- ---------
Aspidiotus herculeanus (Cocci-
dae):
Annona muricata (sour-sop)--
Aspidiotus spinosus (Coccidae):
Mammea americana (mamey) -
Persea americana (avocado) -.
Asterolecanium aureum (Cocci-
dae):
Cattleya sp. (orchid)--------
Epidendrum sp. (orchid) ....--
Oncidium varicosum rogersi
(orchid).
Oncidium sp. (orchid).----
Orchid------_ ---
Asterolecanium stentae (Coccidae):
E uphorbia sp -. -
Asterolecanium urichi (Coccidae):
Guilielma gasipaes (pejibaye).
Ataenius terminatis (Scarabaci-
dae):
Capsicum annuum (pepper).
Aufeius impressicollis (Coreidae):
Mixed flowers ------' ----.-
Aularaspis mangiferae (Coccidae:
Mangifera indica (mango) -.
Autograph sp. (Phalaenidae):
Antirrhinum majus (snap-
dragon).
Apium graveolens (celery)....
Beta vulgaris cicla (Swiss
chard).
Brassica chinensis (white
greens).


Dominica, Guatemala---
England-----------
Denmark ------

England, France, Neth-
erlands.
Mexico---------------

.----do ------------- -
Cuba --------------..............
--__do .-.----------
Philippines-------------
Japan------------------
Cuba----------------
Bahamas, Brazil, Cook
Islands, Cuba.
Guatemala, Panama--..--
Haiti, Straits Settle-
ments.
Cuba -.-----------..
Bahamas, Cuba......---------

Cuba. ------------

Bahamas.....-----------..--....
Cuba, Trinidad ------..
Cuba --------

Brazil, Costa Rica------
Mexico-.--.--...------..
Brazil..---.. ------....
Mexico, Venezuela ------
Dominican Republic,
Trinidad.
Union of South Africa-.-
Brazil----------------.

Cuba ----.---------
Mexico.---------
Grenada, Trinidad,
Venezuela.
Cuba--.......--.-.......
---o-..-------.............
Mexico- ------------
Cuba ----------------


4


1


1
2
2
2
1
1
1
2


1

1
1"


1

1


1
1
5


4

1

4
3

1

1
6





2
1
2







1
5


_______I _


__ __ __ __ I _


Mass., Pa.
D.C.
N.Y.

Ill., La., Md.,
N.Y.
Calif.*

Tex.
N.Y.
N.Y.
Hawaii,* N. Y.
Wash.
Fla.*
Fla.*, Hawaii*
N.Y.
Calif.*, Fla.*
Md., Mass.
Fla.*
Fla.*

Fla.*

Fla.*
Fla.*
Fla.*

D.C.
D.C.
D.C.
Calif.*, D. C.
D. C., P. R.

D.C.
D.C.

N.Y.
Ariz.
N. Y., P. R.

N.Y.
N.Y.
Tex.
N.Y.








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List of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1939, to June 30, 1940, inclu-
sive-Continued

|All findings marked with an asterisk indicate State inspection


SPest and host Countr.





INSECTS-continued

Aulographat sp (Phalaenidae)-
Continued Brassica. oleracea France, M(
b *rylis (cauliflower).
Brassica oleracea capilata Mexico--..--
(cabbage).
Brassica rapa (turnip)------- ..---.-do----
Brassica sp. (mustard) ----- ----do- -_.
Capsicurm annuum (pepper)- .... ----do.----
Coriandrum sativum (corian- Cuba----
der).
Gardenia foi'ida (Cape- AMexico----.
jasmine).
Lactuca sativa (lettuce).-----.----- do...--.
Lycopersicuin esculentum (to- ----.....do---.
mato).
Pelroselinum horiense (pars- ----- .do-----.
ley).
Radicula nasturtium aquati- -----do--.
cum (watercress).
Raphanus salirus (radish) -- --... do.
Baldulus elimalus (Cicadellidae):
Lactuca saliva (lettuce) --- ---- do.----
Barathra brassicae (Phalaenidae):
Brassica oleracea botrytis (cau- Belgium. -
liflower).
Brassica oleracea capilala Belgium, N
(cabbage)
Baris lepidii (Curculionidae):
Radicula armoracia (horse- Poland.
radish).
Berginus nigricolor (Lyctidae):
Mixed lovers --- --------Guatemala.
Bitoma parallela (Colydiidae):
Hardwood log -.----- ----- Philippines
Bolbonota pictipennis (Mem-
bracidae):
Unidentified flowers .....- Honduras.
Brachylacon murinus (Elateridae):
Paeonia sp. (peony) ---------- Yugoslavia
Brachyrhinus porcatus (Curcu-
lionidae):
Azalea indica (azalea)..------ Belgium...
Braichyrhinus rugososfriatlus (Cur-
culionidae):
Packing around rose cuttings. France-_---
Brach yrhinu s sp. (Curculionidae):
Aslilbe sp. ....-.. -- Netherland
Sinningia speciosa (gloxinia)-- Belgium.. -
Soil around plants -- Canada.._
Soil on roots of Berberidopsis England -
sp.
Brachystylus lamaulipanus (Cur-
culionidae):
Miscellaneous leaves ------- Mexico--....
Brentus mexicanus (Brentidae):
Tabebuia donnell-smithii Honduras.
(primavera).
Brochyrmena aculeata (Pentatomi-
dae):
Tamarix juniperina (juniper Mexico__.-
tamarix).
Brochymena sulcata (Pentatomi-
d ae):
Delphinium sp. (larkspur) ------- do---
Brontes australis (Cucujidae):
Grevillea robusta (silk-oak)-.. Australia..
Bruchidius qilrus (Bruchidae):
Hfedysarum coronarium Italy.-----
(French-honeysuckle).
Hedysarum sp ------------------. do.---
Onobrychis sp------------- --...............--.....do--.


Number of interceptions
in-

Sof origin i Collected in-
0d 0

0 3
HO S til *-l


xico ---------

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

etherlands-


1
15
1
1

1

1


1



1


8

7







66
1



1



1


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


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

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


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

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


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


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

S -------------
--------------
--------------
--------------



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

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


1....


1




3
1






1


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

-------------- ------ 1


1


1


ii j liii


Ariz., N. Y., Tex.

Ariz., Tex.

Tex.
Ariz., Tex.
Ariz.
N.Y.

Tex.

Ariz., Tex.
Tex.

Tex.

Tex.

Tex.

Tex.

Ga.

Ga., La., N. Y.


N.Y.


Tex.

Wash.


La.

N.Y


D.C


D.C.

D. C.
N.Y.
Wash.
D. C.



Tex.

N.Y.

Tex.


Tex.


TexN.Y.

N.Y.

D.C.
D.C.
D. C.







SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS 13


List of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1939, to June 30, 1940, inclu-
sive-Continued
[All findings marked with an asterisk indicate State inspection]


Pest and host


INSECTS-continued
Bruchidius lividimanus relamae
(Bruchidae):
Cytisus sessilifolius-
Bruchidius villosus (Bruchidae):
Cytisus laburnum.....--------
Cytisus purpureus. ------
Cylisua seasilifolius-------
Cytisus sp--------------------
Genista anrantica ----------_
Genistasp ------------------
Laburnum alpinum.........
Spartium junceum (Spanish
broom).
Bruchus affinis (Bruchidae):
Lathyrus latifolius (perennial
pea).
Lathyrus odoratus (sweet pea)
Lathyrus sp ------------------
Vicia sp. (vetch)------
Bruchus brachialis (Bruchidae):
Vicia villosa (hairy vetch) -
Vicia sp. (vetch) ---------
Bruchus ervi (Bruchidae):
Lens esculenta (lentil)-----
BruchsiL lentis (Bruchidae):
Lens esculenta (lentil)--------
Bruchus loti (Bruchidae):
Rye straw jacket with vetch.
Bruchus luteicornis (Bruchidae):
Vicia angustifolia -------------
Vicia sp. (vetch)-----------


Bruchus pallidicornis (Bruchi-
dae):
Lens esculenla (lentil) -------
Bruchus rufipes (Bruchidae):
Vicia sp. (vetch)-.---------.
Bruchus tristiculus (Bruchidae):
Seed ------- -----------------
Bucculatrix sp., probably thur-
beriella (Buccuilatrieidae):
Gos yplium sp. (cotton) (boll)
Bythoscopus misellus (Cicadel-
lidae):
Chrysanthemum partheniu m
(feverfew).
Callirhytis glandulosa (Cynipi-
dae):
Quercus sp. (acorn)._....
Cailosobruchus ademptus (Bruch i-
dae):
Pueraria thunbergiana (kud-
ZU).
Callosobruchus analis (Bruchi-
dae):
Cicer arietinum (chickpea) ---
I igna ainensis cowpeaa) ------
Callosobruchus chinensis (Bruchi-
dae):
Bean-----------------
Cajanus indicus (pigeon pea).
Phaseolus mungo radiatus -..-.-
Phaseolus sp. (string bean) -
Tamarindus indica (tama-
rind).


Country of origin


Italy- ----------------- 1
France-------------- ------
Switzerland--------- ------
Italy ------------------- 1
---. do -..--------- -- ----
Switzerland----------- -----
...do-- --------- ------
France ---------------- 1
England, Germany--..- -----

Netherlands--------- .----.


Germany, Netherlands.
England, France, Neth-
erlands.
Rumania ..---------
Germany, Hungary----
Hungary, Italy -----

Syria -------------------
Cyprus -----------
France.------------------
. do------------------
England, France, Greece,
Jamaica, Netherlands,
Portugal, Rumania,
Scotland, Spain.

Italy ... -----------
France, Hungary, Ru-
mania.
Portugal ----------


Number of interceptions
in-


I I -- I I. r -


50





4


Mexico------------- -- ----


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


Turkey--------

France, Japan, Nether-
lands.


India--.-------------
Baluchistan------------

China, Italy, Japan -.

Japan---------------
Hawaii ------------------
China, Japan----------
Egypt. ------------


Collected in-


N.Y.
D.C.
D.C.
N.Y.
Mich.
D.C.
D.C.
N.Y.
D. C., Pa.

Ill.
Mich., N. Y.
D. C., Mich.
N.Y.
Ala., D. C., Pa.,
Va.
Ala., D.C., N.Y.,
Pa., Va.
N.Y.
N.Y.
Ala.
La.
Ala., D. C.,1Il.,
La., Md.,
Mass., N. Y.,
Pa., Wash.

D.C.
D. C., Ill., La.,
N.Y.
Pa.

Ariz.. Tex.

Tex.


N.Y.

Ala., D. C., Md.,
Mich., N. Y.,
Wash.

Ga.
D.C.

Mass., N. Y.,
Wash.
Hawaii.*
Wash.
Hawaii,* Wash.
D.C.


- -








14 BUREAU OF ENTOMOLOGY AND PLANT QUARANTINE

List of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1939, to June 30, 1940, inclu-
sive-Continued
[All findings marked with an asterisk indicate State inspection]

Number of interceptions
in-

Pest and host Country of origin a Collected in-
M aS ni
0 Q O


INSECTS-continued
Carsidara dugesii (Psyllidae):
Mixed flowers----------------
Caryedon fuscus (Bruchidae):
Tamarindus indica (tama-
rind).
Caryedon sp. (Bruchidae):
Bolusanthus speciosus....
Cordeauxia edulis.------------
Peltophorum sp.-------------
Castnia sp. (Castniidae):
Bromeliad--------------------
Oncidium varicosum (orchid)-
Cephaloleia pretiosa (Chrysomel-
idae):
Heliconia latispatha ----
Cerapachys augustae (Formici-
dae):
Plants in soil.---------------
Ceratitis capitata (Trypetidae):
Capsicum annuum (pepper)--
Citrus aurantium (bitter
orange).
Citrus nobilis deliciosa (tan-
gerine).
Citrus sinensis (orange) -------
Coffea sp. (coffee)-----------
Opuntia compressa (prickly.
pear).
Persea americana (avocado)__
Pyrus communism (pear) -._--
In box containing pears and
apples.
On cases of bitter oranges and
in bold of ship.
On wall in hold of ship--...--
On deck on which oranges
had been stored (4 inter-
ceptions).
Ceralitis sp. (Trypetidae):
Citrus grandis (grapefruit)--..--
Ceratocapsus punctulatus (Miri-
dae):
Chysanthemum sp-----------
Lactuca sativa (lettuce) -------
Cercyon melanocephalus (Hydro-
philidae):
Forest litter and sphagnum
moss.
Cercyon quisquilius (Hydrophili-
dae):
Tabebuia donnell-smithii (pri-
mavera).
Ceroplastes rubens (Coccidae):
Anthurium sp ------------
Camellia japonica (camellia) -
Palm .--.-------. -------..--.
Ceroplastes rusci (Coccidae):
Ficus carica (fig)-----------
Cerotoma atrofasciata (Chrysomel-
idae):
On cidiu m cavendishianum (or-
chid).
Ceutorhynchusatomvs (Curculion-
idae):
Forest litter and sphagnum
IMOSS.
Ceutorhynchus contractus (Curcu-
lionidae):
Forest litter and sphagnum
moss.


Mexico -------------I ------


Jamaica----------------

Union of South Africa --
Italian Somaliland..----
Union of South Africa--
Brazil.--.-.-----..-----.
-----do --...--...---

Panama---------------


.. ..1


Mexico-------.... ------
Hawaii --------- .------
Italy--_------------- 2
Brazil---------------


Portugal, Spain-----
Hawaii....----. --
Italy --------------
Hawaii.----.-..--
Italy __ -
Germany ----------
Italy_ --- --- -
----do ---------- d --------
.--- do --..-..-----


Palestine, Union of
South Africa.


1


2


Mexico .---------.-- ------
.....-----do------------------


Denmark---------


Honduras ----------

Hawaii.---.------
Japan-----------------
Hawaii-------------
Italy----------

Guatemala ---------


Denmark-----------


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


K Vi
- 1----


1 ..----


1
1

2
1
1


1







1



2


-- -I- --I -


1~~~..


Tex.
Mich.


D.C.
Calif.*

Tex.

Tex.
Calif.*
N. Y.
Mass.
Mass.,N. Y.,Tex
Calif.*
N.Y.
Calif.*
Mass., N. Y.
N.Y.
N.Y.
Tex.
La.


Mass.,
Pa.


N. Y.t


... Tex.
..II.. Tex.*


1~~~~


N.Y.


N.Y.

Calif.*
Calif.*, Wash.
Calif.*
N.Y.

Calif.*


N.Y.


N.Y.








SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS


List of pests collected and reported from July 1,
sive-Continued


1939, to June 30, 1940, inclu-


[All findings marked with an asterisk indicate State inspection]

Number of interceptions
in-


Pest and host


INSECTS-continued
Ceuiorhynchus pleurostigma (Cur-
culionidae):
Brassica rapa (turnip) -------

Ceutorhynchus quadridens (Cur-
culionidae):
Brassica oleracea botrytis (cau-
liflower).
Ceutorhynchus sp., possibly rapae
(Curculionidae):
Brassica oleracea capitatla (cab-
bage).
Ceutorhynchus sp. (Curculioni-
dae):
Brassica campestris (rutabaga)
Brassica oleracea botrytis --...
Brassica oleracea capital (cab-
bage).
Brassica rapa (turnip) --......




Lactuca sativa (lettuce)..-----
Chaetopsis futrifrons (Otitidae):
Zantedeschia aethiopica (calla
lily).
Chalcodermus sp. (Curculionidae):
Phaseolus sp. (string bean) -
Chilo simplex (Crambidae):
OryIza sativa (rice) ------------

Chilo sp. (Crambidae):
Andropogon citraltus ---------
Saccharum officinarum (sugar-
cane).
Zez maya (corn) ..-------. --..
Chionaspis humilis (Coccidae):
Haworthia sp -----...---.---.
Chionaspis yinonensis (Coccidae):
Citrus nobilis (king orange) -
Citrus nobdis deliciosa (Man-
darin orange).
Citrus nobilis deliciosa (tan-
gerine).
Citrus sinensis (orange) ------
Chirothripsfalsu (Thripidae):
Gardenia florida (Cape-jas-
mine).
Mixed flowers -------------
Orchid --.--..------.... .. .. --
Chrysobothnris guatimalensis (Bu-
prestidap):
Airplane --- -- -- -
Chrysolina brunsvicensis (Chryso-
melidae):
Forest litter and sphagnum
moss.
Chrysohna rarians centaura (Chry-
somelidae):
Unknown plant --------..--
Chrysomphal s bowreyi (Coccidap):
Orchid--------------....- ..
Chrysomphalus dietyospermi var.
(Coccidap):
Camelliajaponica (camellia).
MAang'ifera andica (mango)....
Persea americana (avocado)--


Country of origin


England, France, Neth-
erlands, Scotland, Swe-
den.


Italy -------- --


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


England, France, Neth-
erlands.
Italy, Scotland --------.
France, Italy, Portugal-
Belgium, England, Es-
tonia, France, Ger-
many, Italy, Morocco,
Netherlands, Scot-
land, Spain, Sweden,
Wales.
Italy---------------

M exico------------------

Cuba, Mexico-----------
Japan-------------------


M exico.---------------
----- do-------------------


1



1


.... I ---- 64


--- do------------------- ------ -..- 1 ....
Southwest Africa-------- ----- 1 ----- -.-
Japan ----------------------..-----.....-
.---- do ---------------- ------.
---do ------------ ---- --- ---- ---


---- do ------------
Mexico ..........------------------
--. do.-------------------
---. do .-.-- .............--------

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

Denmark-------------


1
1


Belgium ------------I


Honduras---------------

M exico-----------------
Grenada-..-----------. -
M exico .- ---- ---------.


1


1


2 ........
2 .. .


Collected in-


La., N. Y., Tea.



N.Y.


Ala.


Md., N. Y., Pa.,
Tex.
N.Y.
La., N. Y.
Ala., Ga., La.,
Md., Mass.,
N. Y., Pa.,
S.C., Tex., Va.

N.Y.
Tex.


Tex.
Hawaii*,
Mass.,
Wash.
Calif.
Ariz.
Ariz.
D.C.
Calif.*
Wash.


La.,
Pa.,


Pa.
N.Y.
Tex.
Tex.
Tex.

Tex.

N.Y.


D.C.
La.

Tex.
N.Y.
Tex.


15








16 BUREAU OF ENTOMOLOGY AND PLANT QUARANTINE


Lisa' of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1939, to June 30, 1940, inclu-
sive-Continued

[All findings marked with an asterisk indicate State inspection]

Number of interceptions
in-


Pest and host


Country of origin


0
bn
as
L)


W
as
03
ba
A


_______________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________ I I- I I -


INSECTS-continued

Chrysomphalus n igropunctat us
(Coccidae):
Orchid- ------
Chrysomphalus odontoglossi (Coc-
cidac):
Orchid- .-. --------.. ------.
Chrysomphalus personatus (Coc-
cidae)-
Citrus grandis (-rapefruit) -
Citrus limon ia lemon)..-----.
Citrus sinensis orangee) ------
Perseaamericana (avocado)--
Unidentified leaf. -------
Chrysomphalus umboniferus (Coc-
cidae):
Orchid --
Clerada apicicornis (Lygaeidae):
Solanum melongena (eggplant)
Cligenes deli neata (Lygaeidae):
Unknown leaf .- -.-----
Coccotrypes bassiaererus (Scolyti-
dae):
Cocos sp. (palm) ------.
Coccotrypes dactyliperda (Scolyti-
dae):
Phoenix sp.---------..------
Coccotrypes pygmaeus (Scolyti-
dae):
Liristona chinensis (Chinese
fan palm).
Coccus riridis (Coceidae):
Bryophyllum sp-
Citrus sinensis (orange)__ -
Coffeasp. (coffee)---,------

Gardenia florida (Cape-jas-
mrine).
Ixora sp --------------------
Lagerstroemia sp ------..-.-
Psilium guajaila (guava) --.-
Conchaspis angraeci (Coccidae)"
Cattleya sp. (orchid)
Laelia rubescenv (orchid). --
Orchid .----....--- -. .........
Vanilla sp. (orchid).-------
Conotrachelus flavangulus (Cur-
culionidae):
Cydonia oblonga (quince)----.
Conotrachelus leucophaeatus (Cur-
culionidae):
Dahlia sp .-------------------
Conotrachelus sp., possibly nenu-
phar (Curculionidae):
A m ygdalus persica (peach) --
Conotrachelus sp., apparently
seniculus (Curculionidae):
Spinacia oleracea (spinach)-_
Conotrachelus sp. (Curculioni-
dae):
Achras sapota sapodillaa)
Anacardium occidentale (ca-
shew).
Brassica rapa (turnip)-------
Eugenia sp..................
Ingasp ...---..-----------.-
Myricaria sp--------------..
Persea americana (avocado)--
Prunus salesii ...............
Psidium guaja'a (guava) -
Quercus undulata..-- ...
Quercus Sp-------------------


Mexico ----- ---

Jamaica -------------...

I M exico.---------------
Brazil ----- -- -- ---
do --- -- ------
Mexico--...............
American Virgin Islands

Venezuela------- --_.

Cuba.. ..-- ------. -----.

Mexico.-------------

SBrazil...----------

France----------------

Tanganyika ---,--------

Jamaica ....---- --------
Dominican Republic _.
Brazil, Colombia, Ha-
waii, Jamaica, Puerto
Rico.
Cuba, Hawaii, Jamaica,
Venezuela.
Trinidad..--------------
Jam aica ----. ---------. -
SCuba. _------------
Venezuela-------------
Costa Rica ....-- .----.-
Canal Zone-------------
Ecuador----..-------.....

Mexico----. ------

.... .do.

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

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


1


1


Colombia-----------_ 2
Canal Zone ------------I ------


Mexico----------------
Canal Zone--------------
Guatemala.--------------
Brazil --- -----
Mexico------------
Guatemala -----------
Mlexico.--------------
-...- do ------- -----d
.-----do....--.....--


1





"2'


1



1


1
1"


1
4

28
I
1
1


101
1
2
1
39


10


Collected~in-


Tex.

D.C.

Tex.
Mass.
Fla.*
Tex.
N.Y.

N.Y.

N.Y.

Tex.

D.C.

D.C.

Hawaii.*

N.Y.
N.Y.
Calif.*, D. C.,
Fla., N. Y.

Calif.*, Fla.*

Fla.*
D.C.
Fla.*
D.C.
D.C.
D. C.,.P. R.
P.R.

Tex.

Tex.

Tex.

Ariz.

N.Y.
D.C.

Tex.
D.C.
La.
D.C.
Tex.
La.
Tex.
Ariz.
Ariz.. Tex.







SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS


List of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1939, to June 30, 1940, inclu-
sive -Continued
[A- findings marked with an asterisk indicate State inspection]

Number of interceptions
in-

Pest and host Country of origin 0 2 Collected in-

'S a )
0Z 0


INSECTS-continued
Coptotermes formosanus (Rhino-
termitidae):
Cycas sp .-------------------
Corcyra cephalonica (Galleriidae):
Burlap covering for forest
litter.
Cocoa nucifera (coconut) ..
Gossypium sp. (cottonseed).
Oryza saliva (rice) ------------
Corizus parumpuncdatus (Corei-
dae):
Forest litter and sphagnum
moss.
Corizus sidae (Coreidae):
Antirrhinum majus (Snap-
dragon).
Lactuca sativa (lettuce)_.
Mixed flowers.-------------
Cosmolyce boeticus (Lycaenidae):
Canavalia sp --------------l
Soja mar (soybean)...-----...---.
Creontiades paUidus (M iridae):
Cichorium endivia (escarole) --
Crocidosema plebeiana (Olethreu- I
tidae):
Hibiscus esculentus (okra) ----
H isbiscus sp -..--.----.--- -
Cryphvla apicatus (Lygaeidae):
Oncidium cavendishianum (or-
chid).
Cryptopleurum atomarium (Hy-
drophilidae):
Fo'-est litter and sphagnum
moss.
Curculio sp. (Curculionidae):
Castaneasp. (chestnut) ------.......
Eugenia sp........----
Hicoria sp. (hickory) -------. -
Quercus humilis------------
Quercus suber (cork oak)-----
Quercus undulata (acorn)---
Quercus sp. (acorn)-----
Cydamus borealis (Coreidae):
Mixed flowers... -.......-----
Cylas femoralis (Curculionidae):
Ipomoea batatas (sweetpo-
tato).
Cylas formicarius (Curculioni-
dae):
Ipornm a batats (sweetpo-
tato).


Japan.----..............
Liberia -------.
Philippines----------
India, Puerto Rico------
India----..-............

Denmark ----------.-

Mexico -------
....do_
_--do--------
..-..do. -_---_----
Hawaii, Japan--------
Japan.
Jtapan....................
Italy---------

Mexico.------------
Bermuda, Cuba------
Guatemala -----


Denmark --_-...

Azores. Italy, Japan,
Portucal.
Philippines----------
Mexico -----------------
Portugal--------
--.-do ------------
SM exico--------------
Manchuria, Mexico----

Guatemala -----------
Angola, West Africa.....


China, Cuba, Domini-
can Republic, Haiti,
India, Jamaica, Mexi-
co, Puerto Rico.


Cylas puncticollis (Cureulioni-
dae):
Ipomea batatas (sweetpotato)- Angola, Mexico, West
I Africa.
Cyli-ndrocopturus armatus (Cur-
culionidae):
Stem of weed----------------- Mexico ------------
Cymonin us notabilis (Lygaeidae):
Brassica chinensis (white Cuba-----. ------
chard).
Cprlopeltis tennis (Miridae):
Antirrhinum majus (snap- Cuba, Jamaica, Mexico-
dragon).
Brassica chinensis (white Cuba --------------
greens).
Brassica sp. (mustard)------- ----do----------------
400127-41--3


1
2



1


6
1
1


1

5
1







1


7


1


1"i


1
1
1
3




1
1


3





46

1


3 ----- ---


-...-


1


I.... 3 --- 1
21 --- -- --


iii ii ____I _


Calif.*
N.Y.
Hawaii.*
D. C., N. Y.
Ga.

N.Y.

Tex.
Tex.
Tex.
Calif.*, Md.
Md.
N.Y.

Tex.
La., N. Y.
Calif.*


N.Y.

Hawaii,* Mass.,
N. Y., Wash.
Calif.*
Tex.
D. 0C.
D.C.
Ariz.
Ariz., Calif.,*
Tex.
Tex.
N. Y., Pa.


Ariz., Hawaii,*
La., Md.,
Mass., N. Y.,
Pa., Tex., Va.

Mass., N. Y.,
Pa.

Ariz.
N.Y.

Ariz., N. Y.
N.Y.


1- ----.-.-- N.Y.


17








18 BUREAU OF ENTOMOLOGY AND PLANT QUARANTINE

List of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1939, to June 30, 1940, inclu-
sive -Continued
[All findings marked with an asterisk indicate State inspection]

Number of interceptions
in-

Pest and host Country of origin Collected in-


S. .. S.
o i 0


INSECTS-continued
Cyrtopeltis tenuis (Miridae)-Con.
Dianthus chinensis (Chinese
pink).
Mixed flowers-----------
Petunia sp -------------
Raphaous sativus (radish) ----
CTytopeltis variant (Miridae):
IIeliotropium parviflorum
(borraja).
Mixed flowers-------
Dactylosternum central (Hydro-
philidae):
Heliconia latispatha ---------
Dacus cucurbitae (Trypetidae):
In debris in box of cucumbers-
Dacus oleae (Trypetidae):
Olea europaea (olive)---
Punica qranatum (pomegran-
ate) (packed in box with
fresh olives).
Dacus sp. (Trypetidae):
Cucurbita pepo (pumpkin) --
Delphacodes campestris (Araeopi-
dae):
Chenopodium album (lambs-
quarters).
Dercynus micronyx (Curculioni-
dae):
Brownea grandiflora ---------
Dialeurodes chittendeni (Aleyrodi-
dae):
Rhododendron sp----------
Diaphania sp. (Pyraustidae):
Benincasa hispida (hairy
squash).
Brassica sp. (mustard) -----
Cucumis sativus (cucumber) -
Cucurbita maxima (squash)-
HDiaspis visci (Coccidae):
Juniperus sp.............-
Diaspis zamiae (Coccidae):
Encephalartos latifrons........
Diatraea crambidoides (Crambi-
dae):
Zea mays (corn)-------
Dikraneura cockerelli (Cicadelli-
dae):
Brassica sp. (mustard) -..----
Dinoderus bifoveolatus (Bostrichi-
dae):
Derris sp..--i-a---u-r----
Gnaphalium vira-vira (huira-
huira).
Serjania mexicana (barbasco)-
Unidentified log------------. -
Diocalandra taitensis (Curculioni-
dae):
Cocos nucifera (coconut) ----..--
Disonycha antennata (Chrysomeli-
dae):
Laelia sp. (orchid)------..--
Draeculacephala minerva (Cica-
dellidae):
Lactuca saliva (lettuce) ------
Draeculacephala portola (Cica-
dellidae):
Ananas sativus (pineapple)-_
Drasterius cribratus (Elateridae):
Beta vulgaris (beet) ----------
Prosopis sp. (mesquite) ----..


Jamaica -----------
Guatemala ---------
Jamaica------
Cuba -------------
Mexico-.-----------
----- ---do---------------

Panama -----------
Hawaii -----------
Italy, Portugal ------
Italy -------------


1


1
1
1

1
2


------ E '


Union of South Africa -...-- I -- ----..


Mexico ------- --- -


Trinidad------------ ------ 2


England..--------
Cuba -------------
-.---do -------------------
Cuba, Mexico, Panama,
Venezuela.
Cuba, Mexico--------
Italy --------------
Union of South Africa.-

Bahamas ----------

Mexico --------

India --------------
Peru----------
---.do --------
Dutch West Indies----

Hawaii, Philippines-_

Mexico ----------..-

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

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


2
1
10


1
1


II --
1 --


1 ----


N.Y.
Tex.
N.Y.
N.Y.
Tex.
Ariz.

Tex.
Calif.*
Mass.,
Pa.
Pa.


N. Y.,


N.Y.

Ariz.


Calif.*

Calif.*
N.Y.
N.Y.
FIa.,* La., N. Y..
Tex.
N. Y., Tea.
Calif.*
D.C.

Fla.*

Tex.

N.Y.
N.Y.
N.Y.
N.Y.

Calif.*, Hawaii.*

Tex.

Ariz.,. Tex.

La.
Tex.
Tex.








SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS


19


List of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1939, to June 30, 1940, inclu-
sive-Continued

[All findings marked with an asterisk indicate State inspection]

Number of interceptions
in-

Pest and host Country of origin Collected in-
0 3 4.h
bb
'.B a y t
5 @3
0 yc


INSECTS-continued
Drymus sylvalicus (Lygaeidae):
Forest litter and sphagnum
moss.
Dpsdercus mimulus (Pyrrho-
coridae):
Mixed flowers.---..---------
Eleodestricostata (Tenebrionidae):
Soil around plant---------
Empoasca abrupla (Cicadellidae):
Lact uca sativa (lettuce) -----
Mixed flowers--------
Empoasca solana (Cidaellidae):
Beta vulgaris (beet)--- --
Beta vulgaris cicla (Swiss
chard).
Gardenia florida (Cape-jas-
mine).
Lactuca saliva (lettuce)-----
Endrosis lacteella (Oecophoridae):
Aglaonema sp --------
Tulipa sp. (tulip)------
Epicaerus. cognatus (Curculioni-
dae):
Solanum tuberosum (potato).
Epidiaspis piricola (Coccidae):
.Malus sylvestris (apple) -----
Pyrus communism (pear) ---..-
Epilachna varivestis (Coccinelli-
dae):
Brassica chinensis (Chinese
cabbage).
Brassica sp. (mustard)------
Epinotia opposi'a (Olethreutidae):
Phaseolu-s uitunatus macrocaTpus
(lima bean).
Phaseotus sp. (string bean)_--
Epochra sp. (Trypetidae):
Ribes sp. (currant)........------
Eriosoma crataeoi (Aphiidae):
Matus .yirestris (apple)------
Malus sp. -----------
Ernobius abietis (Anobiidae):
Picea sp. (spruce) -------
Eucalandra setulosa (Curculioni-
dae):
Grass used as packing ..g ----.
Euvcnocerus anthrenoides (Dermes-
tidae):
Zea mays (corn)--------
Euwecosorryia nubila (Otitidae):
Citrus sinensis (orange) -------
Lactuca sativa (let tuce) -----.....
Zea maya (corn) ---- -----
Jrumeruw sp. (Syrphidae):
A llium cepa (onion) -------
Narcissus sp ---------.
Euptervx melissue (Cicadellidae):
Salria sp. (sage)-----------
Eurycipifia vestits (Miridae):
L ca.te sp. (orchid) ...------.
Oncidium carendishianum (or-
chid).
Oncidium sp. (orchid) ------
Orchid ---------................
Eurydema oleraceum (Pentatomi-
dae):
Forest litter and sphagnum
moss.
Euryophthalmua cinctus (Pyrrho-
coridae):
Gardenia florida (Cape-jas-
mine).


Denmark -.--------


Mexico---------------

--do ..--.--------------
---- do ------------
--do .... --------
--do -------------
---- do ------------
----do-......--------
--- do -----.......--.....
China -------------
Netherlands.........------------

Mexico-- -------
Italy---------
Japan ------------

Mexico--------------.-

-------------------------
.-----do-----......---
Mexico, Venezuela-----
Mexico --------
New Zealand -----
England ---------
Germany -----------

Mexico....--------

-----do-----...... --
Panama -----------
Mexico ------------
Brazil, Mexico-----
Denmark-----------
Netherlands ---------
England -----------
Guatemala ---------..
----- do --------.--------
_---do -------------
Guatemala, Honduras- -

Denmark ------------


Mexico---------------


1


1
1

1






4
1
6

--.--.-


2


1
1
1
4

1


1
1
3
1
1
1


5




22
2


1




103
1



1


1

1
4---


N.Y.


Tex.
Tex.
Tex.
Arix.
Tex.
Tex.
Tex.
Tex.
Wash.
Wash.

Fla.*, Tex.
N.Y.
Wash.

Tex.
Tex.
Tex.
Ariz., Pa., Tex.
Tex.
Pa.
D.C.
N.Y.

Tex.

Tex.
Pa.
Tex.
Ariz..Mass.,Tex.
Pa
Mass., Va.
Pa.
D. 0.
Calif.*
Calif.*
Calif.*, D. C.

N.Y.


Tex.


1 -- --







20 BUREAU OF ENTOMOLOGY AND PLANT QUARANTINE

List of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1939, to June 30, 1940, inclu-
sive-Continued

(All findings marked with an asterisk indicate State inspection]

Number of interceptions
in-

Pest and host Country of origin C 2Collected in-
a 4 ja n
o S f o
bn U S..
1~ 1-d
o4 & w


INSECTS-continued
Eurytoma orchidearum (Eurytom-
idac):
Cattleya gigas (orchid) ------
Cattleya mossiae (orchid)-----
Cattleya trianae (orchid) ------
Cattleya sp. (orchid) ----------
Euscepee postfasciatus (Curculioni-
dae):
Ipomoea batatas (sweetpotato)


Colombia----------..
South America----
Colombia-----------
Colombia, Venezuela-..-

Brazil, Dominican Re-
public, Haiti, Hawaii,
Jamaica, Trinidad.


Euschistus obscurus (Pentatomi-
dae):
Mixed flowers- -----------Mexico- ---------- ----- ---
Euschistus spurculus (Pentatomi-
dae):
Oncidium cavendishianum (or- G uatemala- -.---------- I ---
chid).
Euspermophagus cardui (Bruchi-
dae):
Undetermined seed--------- Italy----------------------- 1
Eustictus minimus (Miridae):
Miscellaneous leaves-------- Mexico --------- --- ---
Euxesta stigmatias (Otitidae):
Zea mays (corn)-------------- do----------------- 2
Exitianus obscurinervis (Cicadel-
lidae):
Flowers --------------------do- -------- --- .--
Exosoma lusitanica (Chrysomel-
idae):
Muscari comosum (cipollino) Morocco --------------12 ---
Exptochiomera oblonga (Lygaei-
dae):
Capsicum annuum (pepper)- Mexico ----------- 2 -----2
Lycopersicum esculentum -----do -----------------2
(tomato).
Solanum melongena (egg- --- do------------- --- 1 -- 1
plant).
Exptochiomera lumens (Lygaei-
dae):
Cattleya sp. (orchid)-------- Venezuela--------------1 ---
Faustinus cubae (Curculionidae):
Capsicum annuum (pepper)__ Cuba---.-------------- 2 ---
Forficula auricularia (Forficuli-
dae):
Brassica oleracea capitata Spain-------- ----- ---
(cabbage).
Calluna vulgaris (heather) ..--..- Scotland------------ ------ 2
Mvalus sylvestris (apple) ------ Portugal--- ------ ------ ----
Packing around Galenia sp. Canada ------------- ------ 1
roots.
Packing around budsticks -.. Netherlands ------ 1 ------
Tulipasp. (tulip)-------- -----do ------------- 1 ----
Vallota purpurea ----------- England------------- ------ 1
Forsebia perlaeta (Phalaenidae):
Pisum sativum (pea)-------- Mexico----- ----------- 1
Frankliniella cephalica (Thripi-
dae):
Calendula sp --..---------- -----do ---------- ---- ---------
Cochlospermumvilifolium...-. Panama --------------- 1 ----
Chrysanthemumsp ----------- Mexico ------------- ---- ---
Daisy ------------------------- do------------- ------ ----
Mixed flowers------------- -----do------------- ------ ----
Rosa sp---------- -----..-- do -.---------------- 1 ---
Frankliniella cubensis (Thripi-
dae):
Lathyrus odoratus (sweet pea)- Cuba-.------------- ------ ---
Rosasp..--------------------do -------------- ----------


I--I----


1
2
2
1
1


i- .. 11 -


Calif.*
Calif.*
Calif.*
Calif.*, D. C.

La., Md., Mass.,
N. Y., Pa.,
Tex., Va.,
Wash.

Tex.

Calif.*


D.C.
Tex.
Ariz.

Ariz.

N.Y.

Ariz.
Ariz.
Ariz.


D.C.
N.Y.

Pa.
Mass., N. Y.
Pa.
Wash.
D.C.
Mich.
Calif.*
Ariz.

Tex.
Tex.
Tex.
Tex.
Ariz.
Tex.

Fla.*
Fla.*


- -. --. -

- --. .








SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS 21


List of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1939, to June 30, 1940, inclu-
sive-Continued

[All findings marked with an asterisk indicate State inspection

Number of interceptions
in-

Pest and host Country of origin Collected in-
o
bO f
$- a g 05
05 '
0 o


INSECTS-continued

JFrankliniella fortissi ma (Thripi-
dae):
Antlirrhinum majus (snap-
dragon).
Chrysanthemum maximum
(Shasta daisy).
Chrysanthemum sp..--------
Dahlia sp.----------- -------
Daisy ......................
D aisy -- - -
Dianlhus sp. (carnation) ....--
Lilium sp. (lily) -------------
Mixed flowers-- -------
Rosa sp.-.--------------
Scabiosa sp. (pincushion
flower).
Frankliniella insularis (Thripi-
dae):
Antirrhinum majus (snap-
dragon).-
Chrysanthemum sp-----------
Dahlia sp ---------- ----
Gladiolus sp------------------
Orchid------- ---
Rosasp---- ---------
Frankliniella melanommatus
(Thripidae):
Dianthus chinensis (Chinese
pink).
Gerberia sp--- -----
Lilium sp.-------.....--
Frankliniella schultzei (Thripi--
dae):
Ornithogalum thyrsoides
(chinkerichee).
FrankliniellUa tenuicornis (Thrip-
idae):
Azalea indica (azalea)-----
Mentha sp. (mint) ------
Frankliniella williamsi (Thripi-
dae):
Allium cepa (onion) ------
Centaurea cyanus (corn-
flower).
Chrysanthemum sp...........
H erb---.-...--...............
Lactuda sativa (lettuce) ----..-
Mentha sp. (mint)------
Mixed flowers---.-------
Petroselin u m hortense (pars-
ley).
Rosasp ----------------
Zea mays (corn) -------...
Franklinothrips respiformis (Aeol-
othripidae):
Brassica chinensis (white
greens).
Brassica sp. (mustard)-----
Capsicum annuum (pepper)--
Mixed flowers ---------------
Pisum sativu m (pea) -------
Fulvius bisbistillatus (Miridae):
Cattleya spp-........
Fulvius quadristellatus (Miridae):
Heliconia latispatha...........
Fulvius sp. (Miridae):
Cattleya sp---- -----


Mexico....------ ------

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

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


Cuba, Jamaica -------

Bermuda-----------
Cuba-_.. ---- -
Bermuda-- --------
Colombia. -----
Bahamas, Cuba--------


1 -


------ ---


'2 ----
1 --

- .-----


Jamaica---------.--I-I----.


--do--------
Bermuda -----------

Union of South Africa --


Belgium----------------
Netherlands ------


Mexico-- ---------
----- do ------.---------

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


I


.do....
---do --------------- .
----do ------- ------- ---- 3 .-1-___


14

12
1
1

1

1

1


5
1
2

12
9
1


1

1
1
1
1


1

1
1

1


I -III III


I


Tex.

Tex.

Tex.
Tex.
Tex.
Tex.
Tex.
Ariz., Tex.
Ariz., Tex.
Tex.


N.Y.

N.Y.
N.Y.
N.Y.
N.Y.
Fla.*

N.Y.

N.Y.
N.Y.

N.Y.


D.C.
N.Y.


Ariz.
Tex.

Tex.
Tex.
Tex.
Tex.
Tex.
Tex.
Tex.
Ariz., Tex.

N.Y.

N.Y.
Ariz.
Tex.
N.Y.

Calif.*

Tex.

D.C.


Cuba--------------

---do ---------
Mexico----------
.. do ----------
Cuba -----------
Colombia ----------

Panama--------------

Venezuela..---------








22 BUREAU OF ENTOMOLOGY AND PLANT. QUARANTINE

List of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1939, to June 30, 1940, incldu-
sive -Continued
[All findings marked with an asterisk indicate State inspection]

Number of interceptions
in-

Pest and host Country of origin Collected in-

o 0
U3 C/1


INSECTS-continued
Furcaspis biformis (Coccidae):
Brassavola nodosa (orchid)-..-.
Cattleya gigas (orchid) ------
Cattleya percivaliana (orchid)-
Cattleya trianae (orchid)----
Cattleya sp. (orchid)---------
Epidendrum atropurpureum
Epidendru m sp. (orchid)-----
Oncidium panamense (orchid) -
Oncidium sp. (orchid) ----
Orchid--.-------------
Galgupha punctifer (Cydnidae):
Soil around orchid plant -
Gastrothrips sp. (Phlaeothripidae):
Rosa sp ---................-------
Gdelechia ericetella (Gelechiidae):
Calluna vulgaris (heather)-- -
Geocoris sonoraensis (Lygaeidae):
Cucurbita maxima (squash)_
Geomus parvulus (Cydnidae):
Lycopersicum esculentum (to-
mato).
Gerstaeckeria mutillaria (Cur-
culionidae):
Mammillaria pseudoschideana
(cactus).
Gnorimoschema gudmannella (Ge-
lechiidae):
Capsictim annuum (pepper) -
Lycopersicum esculentum (to-
mato).
Gracilia minute (Cerambycidae):
Salix sp. (willow)------.........
Grapholitha saltitans (Olethreu-
tidae):
Sebastiania sp--------------
Grapholitha sp.. probably molesta
(Olethreutidae):
Amygdalus persica (peach) -
Prunus domesfica (plum)-----
Grapholitha sp (Olethreutidae):
Amygdalus persica (peach)---
Cydonia oblonga (quince)--
Malus sylvestris (apple)-----
Pyrus communism (pear)-----
Gymnaspis aechmeae (Coccidae):
Aregelia sp--
Gynaikothrips uzeli (Phlaeo-
thripidae):
Ficus indica (fig)----------
Hadrobregmus destructor (Anibii.
dae):
Taxus brevifolia (yew)-----
Halimococcus lampas (Coccidae):
Bismarckia nobilis-----------
Haplothrips aculeatus (Phlaeo-
thripidae):
Forest litter and sphagnum
moss.
Haplothrips gowdeyi (Phlaeothrip-
idae):
Antirrhinum majus (snap-
dragon).
Aster sp ------------------
Celosia sp--------------
Chrysanthemum sp --------


Canal Zone-------
Colombia --------
Venezuela..----.---
Colombia, Hawaii---
Colombia, Venezuela.--
Canal Zone, Philippines-
Canal Zone-------
Panama --------
Brazil, Canal Zone,
Trinidad.
Cuba, Hawaii, Vene-
zuela.
Mexico -------
----do------------
Scotland.-------
Mexico --------
-----do-.-... .---


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


Cuba, Mexico .------
Mexico -------............

Belgium, England,
Netherlands.

Mexico --------


1
1
2
10
1
1

2
2

1


1


2

2


1


Japan ..------ --------
--- do -.--.---...--I _I -- I _-I----


Italy, Mexico------
Mexico ------ ----
---..do-------
Japan ---------


Brazil ---------------- --------. 1

Cuba -------- --- ---...........................


Canada -------............
France- ---------

Denmark-....----


Colombia, Cuba, Ja-
maica.
Jamaica -------............
British West Indies.---
Bermuda-------------


1 ..- ---


3
1
.'".-


II~IE~]


Hawaii.*
Calif.*
N.Y.
Calif.*
Calif.*, D. C.
Calif.*, Hawaii.*
Calif.*
Hawaii.*
Calif.*, D. 0C.
P.R.
Calif.*, Fla.*,
P.R.
Tex.
Tex.
Mass., Pa.
Calif.*
Tex.


Calif.*


Ariz., N. Y.,
Tex.
Ariz., Tex.


N.Y.


Hawaii.*

Wash.
Wash.
Mass., Tax.
Tex.
Tex.
Wash.
D.C.

N.Y.

Wash.
D.C.

N.Y.


N.Y.
N.Y.
N.Y.
N.Y.


"2 ---








SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS


23


List of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1939, to June 30, 1940, indu-
sive-Continued

[All findings marked with an asterisk indicate State inspection]

Number of interceptions
in-

Pest and host Country of origin S. Collectc-d in-
9p >
o a aS *
to-o
o S fto


Is CTs-continued
Haplothrips gowdeyi (Phlaeo-
thripidae)-Con,
Dianthus chinensia (Chinese
pink).
Gardenia florida (Cape-jas-
mine).
Gerberia sp .....-----------------
Jasminum sp --------.---
Lathyrus odoratus (sweet pea) -
Lilium sp.--------------
Mixed flowers--------------
Raphanus satiivus (radish) _- ---
Rosa sp-----------------------
Tagetles sp. (marigold).-------
Z7innia sp-----------
JHaplothrips niqricorni8 (Phlaeo-
thripidae):
Ornithogalum thyrsoides
(chinkerichee).
Haplathrips ubtilissimus (Phlaeo-
thripidae):
Azalea indica (azalea)-----
Heilipus sp. (Curculionidae):
Persea americana (avocado) --
Heliodines bella (Heliodinidae):
Portulaca sp. (purslane) ------
Hellula phidilealis (Pyraustidae):
Brassica ohinensis (white
greens).
Brassica sp. (mustard) ------
Raphanus sativus (radish) ...
Helula undalis (Pyraustidae):
Brassica rapa (turnip)----
Heraeus cincticornis (Lygaeidae):
Cattleya sp. (orchid)- -----
Hercolthrips errands (Thripidae):
Dendrobium formosum
(orchid).
Hercothrips phaseoli (Thripidae):
Brassica chinensis (white
greens).
Herculia psammioxantka (Pyra-
lididae):
Cattleya qiqas (orchid)-------
Heterobostrychus aequali (Bostri-
chidae):
Wooden box......------------------
Hofmannophila pseudospretella
(Oecophoridae):
Erigeron sp -------------
IJris susiana .--------
Straw jacket-----------------
.Uomoeosoma electdelum (Phycit-
idae):
Chrysanthemum sp ------
Mixed flowers----------------
Hoplandrothrips zanthopoides
(Phlaeothripidae):
Bryophyllum sp--------------
Hortensia similis (Cicadellidae):
Brassica chinensis (white
greens).
Hylesinus fraxini (Scolytidae):
Fraxinus sp. (ash)..-----...
Hypera arator (Curculionidae):
Forest litter and sphagnum
moss.
Hypera nigrirostris (Curculioni-
dae):
Forest litter and sphagnum
moss.


Jamaica ------------
Mexico_ ---------
Bermuda, Canal Zone,
Jamaica.
Jamaica -----------............
Cuba_..----------
Mexico.-------
Bermuda, Mexico------
Cuba...--..- -----
Bahamas, Jamaica...--
Bahamas..--------------
Brazil -------

Union of South Africa...-


Belgium-----------
Mexico ------------
.----do-.------...--------
Cuba--...------------
---....do -------
---do-. -----
Japan_ ---------
Venezuela-.----.---
Japan-----------------

Cuba-..............--------


Colombia -----------

India......------------

England..-----.---.
Netherlands -.--------
Scotland--------------


Mexico------------- 1
-----do ---- I-----


Barbados.............
Cuba ---------..............

England -------...........
Denmark-...........-------------


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


1



1
1T


6



9
1
1


1



1





1
1
1
1

1


1

I
1


1


8
1



1
"T


2
1


_ __ _I __ __ I I ___ _


N.Y.
TeLx.
N.Y.
N.Y.
Fla.*
Tex.
N. Y., Tex.
N.Y.
Fla.*, N. Y.
N.Y.
N.Y.

N.Y.


D.O.
Tex.
Tex.
N.Y.
N.Y.
N.Y.
Wash.
D.O.
Hawaii.*

N.Y.


Calif.*

N.Y.

D.O.
D. C.
Ala.

Tex.
Tex.

N.Y.
N.Y.

N.Y.
N.Y.


N.Y.








24 BUREAU OF ENTOMOLOGY AND PLANT QUARANTINE

List of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1939, to June 30, 1940, inclu-
sive-Continued
[All findings marked with an asterisk indicate State inspection]

Number of interceptions
in-

Pest and host Country of origin Collected in-
0 3
ba ba 6)
0b t
4 CY ff Z


INSECTS-continued
Hypera postica (Curculionidae):
Packing around rose cuttings.
Hypoborus ficus (Scolytidae):
Ficus carica (fig)..---..-----
Hypocassida subferruginea
(Chrysomelidae):
Moss around grapes ---------
Hypfipyla qrandella (Phycitidae):
Cedrussp. (cedar)-------
Log --------------------
Swietenia mahogani (mahog-
any.
Hypsoprora nogalata (Membraci-
dae).
Flowers -----------
Ips suturalis (Scolytidae):
Pinus sp. (pine).----------
Iridomyrmex humilis (Formici-
dae):
Dahlia sp ----------
Tritonia sp. (montbretia) .. -
Iridomyrmex iniquus (Formici-
dae)"
Catleya sp. (orchid) --------
In soil around Cypripedium
sp.
Iridnmyrmez iniquu nigella (For-
micidae):
Cattleya sp. (orchid)----
Iridomurmex melleus (Formici-
dae)"
Vanda caerulea (orchid) -----
Ischnorhynchus erilae (Lygaeidae):
Brassica oleracea capital
(cabbage).
Isochaetothrips sp. (Thripidae):
Gardenia florida (Cape-jas-
mine).
Polianthes tuberosa (tuberose)-
Kalotermes snyderi (Termitidae):
Prosopis sp. (mesquite) ------
Keiferia lycopersicella (Gelechi-
idae):
Capsicum annuum (pepper)..
Lycopersicum esculentum (to-
mato).
Phaseolus sp. (string bean)-- -
Kurtomathrip- sp., close to mor-
rli (Thripidae):
Antirrhinum majus (snap----
dragon).
Laemophloeus iteratus (Cucuji-
dae):
Guaiacum offirinale (lignum-
vitae).
Tabehbia donnell-smithii (pri-
mavera).
Laspeyresia membrosa (Olethreu-
tidae):
Prosopis sp. (mesquite) -----
Laspeyresia splendana (Olethreu-
tidae):
Castanea sp. (chestnut)...--.
Laspeyresia strobilella (Olethreu-
tidae):
Pice. sp. (spruce)----------
Lecaniodiaspis dendrolii (Cocci-
dae)"
Cattleya sp. (orchid).--


France------------ --- ------ 1 ------ ----


Italy,-----------

---do-..------
Mexico ------------
----do--------
Honduras -------..........


Mexico ------------
Finland --------............

Portugal-------
Azores -------------

Colombia, Venezuela --....
Belgium. -------


Colombia ----------

France ------------
Italy ------------

Mexico ------------
---do---------do
----- do -------.---------

.-- do--------
Cuba, Mexico -------
Mexico--------


1



1
1
1




1


1



1


1

2
1,784


Jamaica--------------I---


Nicaragua ----------
Guatemala ---------


Mexico ------------

Azoreq, Italy, Japan,
Portugal.

Germany--------...........

Colombia -----...........


1


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


2
1




2,949
1


D. C.
Calif.*

Calif.*
La.
Tex.
La.


Ariz.
N.Y.

N.Y.
N.Y.

D.C.
D.C.


D.C.

Hawaii.*
Ala.

Tex.
Tex.
Tex.

Ariz.
Ariz., Calif., La.,
N. Y., TeLx.
Ariz.

N.Y.


N.Y.
N.Y.


Tex.

Calif.*, N. Y.


N.Y.

Calif.*


11 ---- I-I-








SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS 25


List of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1939, to June 30, 1940, inclu-
sive -Continued
[All findings marked with an asterisk indicate State inspection]

Number of interceptions
in-


Pest and host


INSEcrs--continued
Lecanium coryli (Coccidae):
Malus sylvestris (apple)-..----
Prunussp...-- --------------
Leperisinus fraxini (Scolytidae):
Frazinus sp. (ash)--..-------
Unidentified wood ((proba-
bly ash).
Lepidosap4es alba (Coccidae):
Manihot esculenta (cassava)--
Lepidosaphea auriculata (Cocci-
dae).
Codiaeum sp. (eroton)----
Lepidosaphes camelliae(Coccidae):
Camellia japonica (camellia) -
Lepidosaphes carinata (Coccidae):
Pedilantihus sp.. ------
Lepidosaphes chinensis(Coccidae):
Pandanus sp. (screw pine). -
Lepidosaphes conchiformis (Cocci-
dae):
Diospyros sp. (persimmon) ---
Pyrus pyrifolia (sand pear)__
Lepidosaphes ficus (Coccidae):
Ficus carica (fig)-----------
Lepidosaphes lasianfhi (Coccidae):
Codiaeum sp. (eroton) ------
Lepidosaphes philococcus (Cocci-
dae):
Cactus---------------
Myrtillocaclus geometrizans
(cactus).
Myrtillocacd.us sp. (cactus) -
Pachycereus marginatus (cac-
tus).
Pachycereus sp. (cactus) ----
Lepidosaphes pistaciae (Coccidae):
Pistacia mutica terebinthh) -
Lepidosaphes tuberculata (Cocci-
dae):
Cymbidium insigne (orchid)--
Cymbidiuni sp. (orchid)---_-
Leptodictya plana (Tingitidae):
Bougainvillea sp. ------------
Leptostylus testaceus (Ceramby-
cidae):
Dioscorea sp. (yam)-------
Leucaspis cockerelli (Coccidae):
Citrus limonia (lemon).-----
Orchid----------------
Spathoglottis sp. (orchid) -----
Leucaspis loewi (Coccidae):
Pinussp. (pine)--------------
Leucopoecila albofasciata (Miri-
dae):
Aster sp ------- ---
Lactuca sativa (lettuce) .
Mixed flowers .-----
Solanum melongena (egg-
plant).
Leucoptera coffeella (Lyonet iidae):
Coffea sp------------------
Leuronota maculata (Psyllidae):
Prosopis sp. (mesquite)...--
Ligyrocoris abdominalis (Lygaei-
dae):
O rch id ------ -------- --
Ligyrocoris nifidicollis (Lygaei-
dae):
Tagetes sp. (marigold)--------
400127-41----4


Country of origin


Switzerland-------
England -------
-----do -----..----------
----- do ------...--------


0

0


h0
to
bo
(S3
65


I- F-I- I I-I-


6 .... ----
1 .-- ----


Bahamas------------- I-I..---


China---------------I---


Japan ---------.............
-----do -------.............
Italy --------------

Bahamas, Japan-----

Mexico-----------------
------do------------


--- do ..-------
---.do ------- 1

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


Greece -----------------

Australia----------------
Belgium, Japan ------

Mexico-------

Trinidad ----------
Panama--------
A ustralia--------------
Fiji- -------------

Portugal---------------

Cuba ---------
Mexico --------
.----do ----------
.---- do ..--------

Colombia--------------
Mexico ------------

Guatemala-------------


Mexico ---------------I---I---


i


..2 I


1

1

2


Collected in-


D. C.
D.C.
N.Y.
La.

Fla.*

Cali.L*
Wash.

Calif.*

Calif.*

Wash.
Wash.
Calif.*, D. O.,
N.Y.
Fla.*, N. Y., Pa.

Tex.
Tex.
D.C.
Calif.*, Tex.


N.Y.


_1 ----I. Calif.*
1 ..------- D.C., Wash.


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


2
2


1


S----I----


Mass.
Calif.*
Hawaii.*
Hawaii.*
N.Y.

N.Y.
Tex.
Tex.
Ariz.

Fla.*
Tex.

D.C.

Tex.


Hawaiiu--------

Japan---------
Mexico---------------


------- Ariz.


.... Tex.








26 BUREAU OF ENTOMOLOGY AND PLANT QUARANTINE

List of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1939, to June 30, 1940, inclu-
sive-Continued

[All findings marked with an asterisk indicate State inspection]


Pest and host


INSECTS-continued
Ligyrocoris nitidulus (Lygaeidae):
Lycopersicum esculentum (to-
mato).
Zigyrocoris setosus (Lygaeidae):
Lactuca satwiva (lettuce) ------
Lilioceris litli (Chrysomelidae):
Lilium candidum (Madonna
lily).
Lineodes integra (Pyraustidae):
Lycopersicum esculentum (to-
mato).
Liothrii s vaneeckei (Thripidae):
Lilium candidum (Madonna
lily).
Lilium sp. (lily) ----------
Liriomyza flaveola (Agromyzidae):
Brassica chinensis (white
greens).
Lophocateres pusillus (Ostomidae):
A Ilium sativum (garlic) ------
Lorita aborniana (Phaloniidae):
Capsicuwr annuum (pepper)_-
Lorita ahnornana chatka (Phalo-
niidae):
Capsicum annuum__.-.-.
Lycopersicum esculentum (to-
mato).
Lygaius lateralis (Lygaeidae):
Cvcurbita maxima (squash)---
Lygaeus pulcheltus (Lygaeidae):
Capsicum annuum (pepper). --
Lygaeus vittiscutis (Lygaeidae):
Lactuca sativa (lettuce) -----
Lygus elisus (Miridae):
Brassica sp. (mustard)------
Petunia hybrida (petunia) ----
Lygus sallei (Miridae):
Lactuca sativa (lettuce) --- --
Macrosteles divisus (Cicadellidae):
Lactuca satira (lettuce)------
Mamurius mopsus (Coreidae):
Orchid ---------
Marmara sp., near opuntiella
(Gracilariidae):
Capsicum annuum (pepper)--
Mormara sp., probably opuntiella
(Gracilariidae):
Opuntia compressa (prickly-
pear).
Marmara sp. (Gracflariidae):
Bean ----------
Capsicum annuum (pepper) --
Citrus aurantifolia (lime)-----
Citrus sinensis (orange) ----.
Opuntia sp-------------------
Persea americana (avocado) --
Maruca testulalis (Pyraustidae):
Canavalia sp-----------------
Dioclea violacea (mauna loa
lei).
Phaseolus sp. (string bean)-.



Matigramma rubrosuffusa (Pha-
laenidae):
Solanum melongena (egg-
plant).


Country of origin


'I-


Mexico -----

--.do -------------
France ------------

Cuba, Mexico--------

France----.....---
England, France, Japan,
St. Helena.
Cuba ----------

Mexico ------------
--- do -------------

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

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

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


Number of interceptions
in-


0
03
0


bD
t0
cS
ffi


2 ..I---


7 ---------


1
5

1

1



81
3



1


1





1

1


----do----------------I--


--- do ------------
--do -------
---do....--------
--. do.---------
--- do --------...........
--.do -------.............
Hawaii --------............
--. do -----------
American Virgin Islands,
Brazil, Dominican
Republic, Haiti, Ha-
waii, Japan, Puerto
Rico.

Mexico---.---------


15






1
7





1Y


--- 1 --- -


5 -- --


1


1



1
2


1 --- ----


12


1
1
564
1
2
2


Collected in-


Tex.

Tex.
N.2Y.

Ariz.,N.Y.,Tex.

N.Y.
D. C., Md., N.
Y., Wash.
N.Y.

Tex.
Tex.

Ariz., Tex.
Ariz.

Tex.
Ariz.
Tex.
Tex.
CaliLf.
Tex.
Tex.
Calif.*

Ariz.

Tex.

Tex.
Ariz.
Tex.
Ariz.
Tex.
Tex.
Calif.*
Calif.*
Ala., Ga., La.,
Mass., N. Y.,
Tex., Wash.



Ariz.


__-- 4







SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS 27


List of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1939, to June 30, 1940, inclu-
sive-Continued

[All findings marked with an asterisk indicate State inspection]

Number of interceptions
in-

Pest and host Country of origin g g Collected in-
o'
0 03 (Y 5
o S f o


INSECTS-continued
Mecinus circulates (Curculioni-
dae):
Ficus sp.. .. .
Megacerus alternatus (Bruchidae)"
lpomoea sp..........
Megalometis chiliensis (Curculi.
onidae):
Amygdalus persica nectarina
(nectarine).
Megastigmus pistaciae (Callimo-
midae):
Pistacia vera (pistache)_-
Merodon sp. (Syrphidae):
Oalanthus sp -------
SHyacinthus orientalis albulus
(Roman hyacinth).
Lycoris sp ----------
Narcissus sp -------

Mfertila malayensis (Miridae):
Vanda sp. (orchid)---------
Metamasius hemipterus (Curculi-
onidae):
Ananas sativus (pineapple) -
Mfetamasius sericeus (Curculioni-
dae):
Ananas satiu. -- --------
Bananafdebris-------------
Musa sp. (banana)-----
.Metamasius sericeus carbonarius
(Curculionidae):
Musa sp---- ---------
Micrapate scapularis (Bostrichi-
dae):
Wood....----------
Micrelus ericae (Curculionidae):
Calluna vulgaris (heather) -
Moneilema opuntiae (Cerambyci-
dae):
Cactus -----------
Monotoma centralis (Monotomi-
dae): i
Cucurbita maxima (squash)-. -
Moodna bisinuella (Phycitidae):
7ea maya (corn)----------
Mordellistena cattleyana (Mordel-
Ulidae):
Calttleya gigas (orchid)---
Cattleya sp. (orchid)-------
Orchid-------------
Mfordellistena chapini (Mordel-
lidae):
Cattleya sp. (orchid) ---
Lycaste skinneri virginalis (or-
chid).
Mordellistena sp., probably cat-
ileyana (Mordellidae):
Cattleya labiata (orchid)-..--
Cattleya sp. (orchid) ---
Mordellistena sp., near chapini
(Mordellidae):
Cattleya sp. (orchid)-------
Epidendrum sp. (orchid)----.
Mordellistena sp., probably dca-
pini (Mordellidae):
Cattleya sp. (orchid) ----


Italy -------------
Hawaii.--------

Chile --------


Italy----------
Turkey ------------
.----do .---.--------
Netherlands ------
------------- d -----------
I...do .................

India ---------

Puerto Rico --------

Cuba --------
Honduras, Mexico------
Honduras -------

Guatemala ------

Mexico -------
Scotland ------


Mexico --------

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

Colombia ------
Venezuela ------
Colombia -------


1 I----


1


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


--- do------------- 1 .------I-I
Mexico ----- 1 ---------.........


Brazil--------
.-----do. -....---------..

Guatemala-----
-----do-----------

Brazil --- -----


1
1

1


1


- -- ----. ----


Calif.*
Calif.*

N.Y.


N.Y.
N.Y.
D.C.
D.C.
Calif.,*-Md.,
Mass., Pa., Va.,
Wash.
D.C.

La.a

Fla.*
La., Tex.
Ala.,,Md., Tex.

N. Y., S.C0.

N.rY.
Mass., Mich.,N.
Y., Pa.

Calif.*

Tex.
Tex.

Calif.*
D.C.
D.C.

D."C.
Tex.


Calif.*
D.C.

D.C.
Calif.*

D.C.







BUREAU OF ENTOMOLOGY AND PLANT QUARANTINE


List of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1939, to June 30,
sive-Continued


1940, indu-


[All findings marked with an asterisk indicate State inspection]

Number of interceptions
in-

Pest and host Country of origin Collected in-
W bA I
I. Ca
fl 0 J ^
u m ff o


INSECTS-continued

Mordellistena sp. (Mordellidae):
Cattleya gigas (orchid)------
Cattleya skinneri (orchid) ---
Cattleya trianae (orchid) ------
Cattleya warneri (orchid)----
Cattleya sp. (orchid)-------
Epidendru m ciliare (orchid) --
Epidendru m sp. (orchid) -
Laelia anceps (orchid)----
Laelia crispa (orchid) --------
Laelia sp. (orchid)--------
Lycaste skinneri virginalis
(orchid).
Orchid----------
Mormidea collaris (Pentatomi-
dae):
Cattleya sp. (orchid) -----
Mormidea cubrosa (Pentatomi-
dae):
Orchid----------
Mormidea pictiventris (Pentato-
midae):
Tillandsia usneoides (Span-
ish-moss)
Mormidea v-luteum (Pentatomi-
dae):
Catt'eya sp. (orchid) -----
Orchid--------------------.-
Myelois ceratoniae (Phycitidae):
Amygdalus communism (al-
mond).
Punica granatum (pomegran-
ate).
Myelois venipars (Phycitidae):
Citrus sinensis (orange) ---
M41yelois sp. (Phycitidae):
Citrus sinensis -------
Cydonia oblonga (quince)----
Mixed fruit -------------
Tamarindus indica (tama-
rind).
Myelophilus minoro(Scolytidae):
Pinus sp. (pine) -----
1Myzus hemerocallis (Aphiidae):
Hemerocallis sp.------------
Myzus ornatus (Aphiidae):
Chrysanthemum sp.-------
Myrtus sp. (myrtle) -----
Primula sp.-----------------
Ramondia pyrenaica-- -----
Nabis alternata (Nabidae):
Brassicasp. (mustard).-----
Lactuca sativa (lettuce) -.-----
Nabis angustatus (Nabidae):
Lactuca sativa (lettuce) ------
Napomyza lateralis (Agromyzi-
dae):
Cichorium intlybus witlooff) -
Naucles pusio (Mordellidae):
Phaseolus sp. (string bean)-.
Rosa sp-------------------
Neella generosa (Miridae):
Agave sp--.---------------
Nemapogon granella (Tineidae):
Allium sativu m (garlic).------
Neoclytus cacicus (Ceramhycidae):
Guaiacum officinale (lignum-
vitae).
Tabebuia donnell-smithii (pri-
mavera).


Colombia ----------
Brazil, Costa Rica---..-
Colombia--------------
Brazil ---------
Brazil, Colombia, Gua-
temala.
Guatemala -------------
.---- do --------
Mexico ------------------
Brazil ---------
Mexico -------
.---- do ----------
Brazil, Colombia, Gua-
temala, Mexico.


1
3


Mexico..----------- -----

---do---------- -------1

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


Brazil ---------------
----- do -------..--------
Italy -------
Greece, Italy -----


Mexico -------------I-I----


---- do ------------
--- do ------
Italy -------
Cuba -------

Netherlands------------


China--.--------------I---


England-------------
-----do -------.---------
Scotland-------
England -------------
Mexico --------------
-----.do-------------


2


--do---------_-- ----


Belgium--------------


Mexico- ------------------
.--do ------------- -- ----


--- do----------------
Chile-----------------
Guatemala.------------
--- do----------------


4






1


1


1





1

2

1
3
2
1


1
1


.....--.--


Calif.*
D.C.
Calif.*
Calif.*
Calif.,* D. C.
Calif.*
Calif.*
Calif.*
D.C.
D.C.
Tex.
Calif.,* D. 0.,
La., Tex.

Tex.

Calif.*

Tex.


D.C.
D.C.
N.Y.
N.Y.

Tex.
Tex.
Tex.
Tex.
La.

N.Y.
D.C.
N.Y.
N.Y.
D.C.
Calif.*
Tex.
Tex.
Tex.

N.Y.
Tex.
Tex.
D.C.
N.Y.
N.Y.
N.Y.


28


----.-...--








SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS


29


List of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1939, to June 30, 1940, inclu-
sive-Continued

[All findings marked with an asterisk indicate State inspection]

Number of interceptions
SIIin- I


Pcst and host


INsECTS-continued

Newsteles incisus (Cicadellidae):
Oardenia florida (Cape-jas-
mine).
Neurocolpus mericanus (Miridae):
Zea maya (corn) -.-- -...----
Neurocdenus simpler (Aradidae):
Prosopis sp. (mesquite) -..---
Nicobium castaneum (Anobiidae):
Wood strip on trunk-----
Nicobium hirium (Anobiidae):
Mixed flowers----------------
Nysius ericae (Lygaeidae):
Lactuca saliva (lettuce) ------
Nysisf monticola (Lygaeidae):
Braswca oleracea capilata (cab-
bage).
Lactuca saliva ...-------------
Leaf -----...---.-.----------
Ochlerus notatulus (Pentatomi-
dae):
Odontoglossum crispum (or-
chid).
Odonaspis pencillala (Coccidae):
Dendrocalamus merrillianus. .
Oedancala dorsilinea (Lygaeidae):
Ananas salicus (pineapple) ---
Ogdoecosta biannularis (Chryso-
melidae):
Mammillaria sp. (cactus)-----
Moss on orchid plant-----
Olethreutid:
Acer palmatum (Japanese
maple).
Acer palmatum atropurpur-
eMn.
A mygdalus persica (peach) -
Amygdalus persica nectarina
(nectarine).
CaUuna pulgaris (heather)-..-
Chrysanthemum sp -------
Citrus sinensis (orange)-----
Crataegus sp. (haw)-------
Cupressus sp. (cypress) -------
Dendrobaum secundum (or-
chid).
Mimosa sp ----------------
Orchid---------- -- ---
Phaseolus sp. (string bean) -
Podocarpus macrophylla (yew
podocarpus).
Prosopi.s sp. (mesquite).-----
Prunus domestic (plum)-----
Rosa sp.---------.-.--
Tithonia rotundifolia (Mex-
ican sunflower).
Vaccinium sp. (blueberry)-..
Vicia sp. (vetch) -----------
Oliarus coZncinnulu (Fulgoridae) :
Leaf-----------.----- -- ---
Oligomerus brunneus (Anobii-
dae):
Wood strip on trunk-----
Ophiomyia pinguis (Agromyzi-
dae):
Cichorium intybus (witloof.)___
Orchidophilu8s alerrimus (Curculi-
onidae):
Vanda sanderiana (orchid) ----


Country of origin


Mexico-----------------

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

Italy-----------------

Mexico.---------------

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

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

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

Colombia......---------------

Philippines-------------

Cuba ----. ---------

Mexico.........---------------
-----do.--------------

Japan --------------

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

Chile--.------------
-----do-------------

Scotland ----------
Mexico------------
Union of South Africa._-
Mexico---------------
Japan ----------
Thailand..--.----------

Mexico-----------------
-d o .- -. - -
.-...do .._ -- -
Japan------ --------
Mexico ------------------
Chile.------- ------
British Columbia -------
Mexico---------------
Newfoundland ---------
France_---- ------

Mexico ------------------


0
)


bo
0
be
cc
pm


I I-I I -1-


1



1


1

1



2
1

1
1

1

1

2
7








5

2
2


2
1


Italy-------------.--


Belgium---.----

Philippines -------


1


1

1

1

1
1
1


-------------------.1111117


1



1






1T


81 ----


2




1





1



1
1"



1"


CUllectcd in-


Tex.

Tex.

Tex.
N.Y.

Tex.

Ariz.

Ariz.
Tex.
Ariz.

Calif.*

D.C.

La.

Tex.
Tex.

Wash.

Wash.
N.Y.
N.Y.

Mass.
Tex.
Pa.
Tex.
Wash.
Calif.*

Tex.
Tex.
Ariz.
Wash.

Tex.
N.Y.
Wash.
Tex.
Pa.
Ill.

Tex.


N.Y.

Calif.*


----- N.Y.








30 BUREAU OF ENTOMOLOGY AND PLANT QUARANTINE

List of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1939, to June 30, 1940, inclu-
sive-Continued
JAll findings marked with an asterisk indicate State inspection]


Pest and host Country of origin




INSECTS-continued
Orchidophilus sp. (Curculioni-
dae):
Cypripedium callosum (or- Thailand .--------
chid).
Dendrobium superbum (or- Philippines---........
chid).
Eria obesa (orchid).------..------. do ----..... ----
Phalaenopsis aphroddte (or- --do ---- ---------
chid).
Phalaenopsis schilleriana (or- -- do--------------
chid).
Orthaea bilobata (Lygaeidae):
Fragaria sp. (strawberry) Mexico ------------
Orthaea servilei (Lygaeidae):
Ananas sativus (pineapple)--- --- do ------- --- _7
Orthaea vincta (Lygaeidae): "
Dry medicinal herb-----------. do ---.........-....--
Orthezia praclonga (Coccidae):
Thunbergia sp...-----------... Jamaica-------
Orthotylus virens (Miridae):
Calluna vulgaris (heather) -...-- Scotland -----------
Pachnaeus litus (Curculionidae):
Brassica chinensis (white Cuba --------------
greens).
Litchi chinensis (lychee)-- -------do ------------
Pachyzancla periusalis (Pyraus-
tidae):
Solanum melongena (egg- --do ------.............
plant).
Palaeopus costicollis (Curculioni-
dae):
Capsicum annuum (pepper). Cuba ----------
Ipomoea batatas (sweetpotato) Antigua, Jamaica, St.
Vincent.
Pantomorus zanthographus (Cur-
culionidae):
Packing around grapes----- Argentina ------
Parallelodiplosis cattleyae (Ceci-
domyiidae):
Brassavola deckeri (orchid)--..-- Calan Zone-------
Parlatoria camelliae (Coccidae):
Camellia japonica (camellia)-- Japan ----------
Camellia sasanqua ---------...........---- do -------
Parlatoria cineria (Coccidae):
Citrus limonia (lemon)------ Trinidad -------
Citrus sinensis (orange)------ Brazil, Palestine-----
Parlatoria crotonis (Coccidae):
Codiaeum sp. (croton)----- British Honduras, Cuba
Laurus nobilis (Grecian lau- Cuba--.-----------
rel).
Parlatoria oleae (Coccidac):
Malus sylvestris (apple)------ Greece, Italy --------
Prunus domestic (plum)----- Argentina.-.. .
Prunus sp. (cherry) -------- Italy-. .
Pyrus communis (pear)------ Greece ---------
Sorbussp. --------------- Italy -------
Parlatoria pseudaspidiotus (Coc-
eidae)
Vanda lamellata (orchid)----- Philippines ------
Vanda teres (orchid)-------- Philippines. Straits Set-
tlements, Trinidad.
Vanda sp. (orchid)--------- Java, Philippines------
Parlatoria theae (Coccidae):
Acer sp ..--------------- Japan ---------.............
Parlatoria ziziphus (Coccidae):
Citrus grandis (grapefruit)--.... China, Java, Taiwan--....
Citrus grandis (pomelo) ------ Java.--------------
Citrus limonia (lemon)------ Italy -------- ---- --
Citrus noW'is deliciosa (tan- ---- do---------. ----
gerine).
Citrus sinensis (orange)------ Italy, Spain -----
Citrus sp..... ---------------- Hawaii, Philippines---


Number of interceptions
in-

a E Collected in-
ot
bbe
0 as & w
bo s M a
i0l ll_0


1



1
1



1. .



1
1




1







2

1
42
1


--


1



1
1


2
1

5


1

1
4
1






1-


Calif.*
Calif.*
Calif.* -
Calif.*, Hawaii.*
Calif.*

Tex.
La.
Tex.
D.C.
Mich.
N.Y.
N.Y.

N.Y.


N.Y.
Mass., N. Y.


N.Y.

Hawaii.*
Calif.*, Wash.
Calif.*
Fla.*
Fla.*
Fla.*
Fla.*

N.Y.
N.Y.
D.C.
N.Y.
D.C.

Calif.*
Calif.*, Hawaii,*
P.R.
Calif.,* Hawaii.*
D.C.
Calif.,* Mass.
Mass.
Calif.*
Fla.,* Mass.
Fla.*
Calif.*







SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS 31

List of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1939, to June 30, 1940, inclu-
sive-Continued
[All findings marked with an asterisk indicate State inspection]


Pest and host Country of origin




InxszcTs--continued
Pecdinophora gossypiella (Gele-
chiidae):
Gessapium sp. (cottonseed).- Brazil. Egypt, Italy,
Mexico, Puerto Rico
(one in tank car).
Gossypium sp. (cotton boll) Hawaii-- -----------
Gosspium sp. (seed cotton)___ Brazil, Manchuria, Mex-
ico.
Gossypium sp. (cotton) (un- Manchuria-------------
ginned).
Hibiscus esculentus (okra).--.- Mexico----------------
Peregrinus maidis (Araeopidae):
Holcussorghum sorghumm) ..- -.--do-------------- -
Phaedon confined (Cbhrysomnelidae):
Ananas bracteatu. ---------- Brazil ------- ------
A nanas sp----------------................... ..... do---------------
Pseudananas macrodontes .-------do ---------
Phelomerus aberrant (Bruchidae):
Cassia fistula (golden shower) Trinidad----------------
Cassia iavanica .------------ ---..... do -------------
Plelomerus germaini (Bruchidae):
Parkinsonia aculeata (Jerusa- France-..----------
lem thorn).
Phenacaspis fujicola (Coccidae):
Wisteria sp.---------------- Japan.----- ---------
Phlepsiftumtahnus (Cicadellidae)"
Flowers-----_------------ Mexico----------------
Phlyctinua callosus (Curculioni-
dae):
Vitis sp. (grape) ----------- Union of South Africa.--
Photinus nefarius (Lampyridae):
Brassica chinensis (white Cuba--.--------- --
greens).
Phyllophaga analis (Scarabaei-
dae):
Ananas sativus (pineapple) ..--- --.... do -..-------------
Phyllotreta alhbionica (Chrysomneli-
dae):
Petroselinum hortense (pars- Mexico ------------
ley).
PhyllUotreta undulata (Chrysomel-
idae):
Brassica oleracea gemmifera Netherlands ------.........
(brussels sprouts).
Forest litter and sphagnum Denmark..---- --.........
moss.
Phyllotretua vittata discedens
(Chrysomelidae):
Benincasa hispida (hairy Cuba ---------..............
squash).
Brassica chinensis (white ---do ---------.............
greens).
Brassicasp. (mustard)------- ---. do -----------------
Pisum satirum (pea) -----------do .----------------
Raphanus sativus (radish) ....-- .... do -----------
Physonota attenuata (Chrysomnel-
idae):
Ananas sativus (pineapple)._ Mexico ------------
Phytomyza sp. (Agromyzidae):
Braseica chinensis (white Cuba, Netherlands-----
greens).
Brassica oleracea acephala Cuba ----------..............
(kalej.
Brassica oleracea botrytis Netherlands ----------
(cauliflower).
Brassica oleracea capitata Italy -------------
(cabbage).
Brassica rapa (turnip)------- Mexico-- -------
Brassica sp. (mustard)------. Cuba----- --------
Brassica sp ------------------ Japan----------------
Catleya sp. (orchid) ------ Venezuela------------


Number of interceptions
in-

SZ Collected in-
0 03as W
ot
bA b
I |_ _


5











2
1
2
1





1



1
2


1

1




1


1
21
10
1
5

1
6
2


3 ----
6...
1
6 .----
----- '----.


4

1
3


4
1










1


1 I---


_ __ _I ___ __ I __ _I ___ _


Calif.,* D 0
la., Mass., W.
Y., Tex.
Calif.*
Fla.,* Tex.
D.C.
Tex.
Tex.
Hawaii.*
Hawaii.*
Hawaii.*
D.C.
D.C.
D.C.

Wash.
Arik.

N.Y.
N.Y.


N.Y.

Tex.


N.Y.
N.Y.


N.Y.
N.Y.
N.Y.
N.Y.
N.Y.

Tex.
N. Y., Pa.
N.Y.
N.Y.
N.Y.
Tex.
N.Y.
N.Y.
D.C.


__ __ __ __ I _' __ __ __








BUREAU OF ENTOMOLOGY AND PLANT QUARANTINE


List of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1939 to June 30,
sive-Continued


1940, inclu-


[All findings marked with an asterisk indicate State inspection]

Number of interceptions
in-

Pest and host Country of origin Collected in-

@3 r 0
u m


INSECTS-cont inued
Phytomyza sp. (Agromizidae)-
Continued.
Chrysanthemum coronarium
(garland chrysanthemum).
Pisum satrum (pea)---------
Raphanus sativas (radish) -___
Senecio cruentus (cineraria)---.
Pineus colorandensis (Phylloxeri-
dae):
Pinus contorta (shore pine)--
Pinnaspis minor strachani (Coc-
cidae):
Genipa americana genipp).
Hibiscus sp--...---------.-...-.
Zamia sp--------------------
Pinnaspis minor var. (Coccidae):
Hura crepitans (sandbox-
tree).
Pinnaspts townsendi (Coccidac):
Trichoglotlis brachiala (orchid)
Pityogenes chalcographus (Scoly-
tidae):
Abies sp. (fir)------------
Pinus sp. (pine)------------
Placosternus difficilis (Ceramby-
cidae):
Prosopis sp. (mesquite) ------
Platynota rostrana (Tortricidae):
Ananas sativus (pineapple).--
Capsicum a n nu um (pepper)-
Lucopersicum esculentum
(tomato).
Platynota stultana (Tortrieidae):
Begoniasp----------------
Capsicum annuum (pepper)--
Lactuca sativa (lettuce)----.....--
Lycopersicum esculenlum (to-
mato).
SPisum sativum (pea) ---------
Portulaca sp. (purslane) -----
Platynota sp. (Tortricidae):
Amyqdalus persica ne,'arinc
(nectarine).
Ananas satirus (pineapple)---
Capsicum annuum (pepper).
Daucus carota (carrot) ....
La-tuca sativa (lettuce) .------
Lycopersicum esculentum (to-
mato).
Momrdica balsamina (bal-
sam :pple).
Prosopis sp. (mesquite) -------
Platypus australis (Platypodidae):
Cryptocarya palmerstone
(Queensland walnut).
Platypus rugulosus (Platypodi.
dao):
Anacardium rhinocarpus......
A nanas satirus (pineapple) -
Tabebuia donnell-smithii
(primavera).
Pleurophorus ,atesi (Scarabaeidae):
Ananas satirus --------------
Plinti'sus brerilen n is (Lygacidae):
Ficus sp----------.-----------
Pogonocherus hispidulus (Ceramby-
cida().
Ficus sp .-------------.-------
Poliaspis pini (Coccidae):
Pinus sp. (pine).--------


Japan -----------------I--


1
3


Canada. -------------I---


Puerto Rico----
Trinidad--------
Cuba ---------


Mexico ------------- ------


Philippines--------


Norway---- ----- ----
Finland, Sweden-------- 2

Mexico ------------- ------


Cuba -------------
----do ---------
---- do ------------

Mexico ------------
---do.---------
--- do --------
----do ---------
--do -------------
---- do -------------
Chile -------------
Cuba -----------
Cuba, Mexico..------.-
Mexico-------------
--- do------------
Cuba, Mexico-------
Mexico -------------
.----do ------------
Australia-----------.


Nicaragua --...-...---
Mexico -------------
Guatemala, Honduras,
Mexico, Panama, Sal-
vador.
Mexico---------------
Italy-----------------

.---- do ..d-----.----------
Japan----------------


9
9
2


359
14-
- -ii"

1

3
2
177


13

1


3


1
2
8




1

1


---- I "-----.- 5 .__I
-.--- --- ---


1

1
1


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


-- -I ---


Cuba -------------
Mexico -.----------
Japan --------------


Pa.


32


-I
.I


Pa.
N.Y.
Tex.
Wash.

Wash.

N.Y.
P.R.
D.C.
D.C.

Hawaii.*

La.
N.Y.

Tex.
La., N. Y.
La., N. Y.
La., N. Y.

Ariz.
Ariz., Tex.
Tex.
Ariz., Tex.
Ariz.
Tex.
N.Y.

Lq.
Ariz., Calif.,.
N. Y., Tex.
Tex.
Tex.
Ariz., La., Tex.
Ariz.
Tex.
N.Y.


N.Y.
Tex.
La., N. Y..


Tex.
Calif.*

Calif.*


S1 .... ....


---- I ------ I ---- F--








SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS 33


List of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1939, to June 30, 1940, inclu-
sive -Continued

[All findings marked with an asterisk indicate State inspection]

Number of interceptions
in-

Pest and host Country of origin Collectedin-
0 03 +> Wi
o S bO 03


INSECTS-continued

Polychrosis botrna (Olethreuti-
dae):
Vitis sp. (grape) ------
Prays endocarpa (Hyponomeuti-
dae):
Citrus grand. (pomelo).......
Prodemna laiifascia (Phalaenidae):
Capsicum annuum (pepper)
Lycopersicum esculentum (to-
mato).
Protopulvinaria pyritormis (Cocci-
dae):
Gardenia florida (Cape-jas-
mine).
Psallus seriatus (Miridae):
Dahlia sp .------------------
Latlhyrus odoralus (sweet pea) -
Pyrus communis (pear) ------
7innisp- -------- ------
Pseudaonidia clavigera (Coccidae):
Allamanda blanchefii --------
Ilibiscussp ------------------
Pseudaonidia curculiginis (Cocci-
dae):
Cymbidium finlaysonianum
(orchid).
Grammatophyllum speciosum
(orehil).
Pseudaonidia duplex (Coccidae):
Camellia japonica (camellia)--
Citrus aurantium (bitter
orange).
Citrus nobilis (king orange).._
Citrus nodils delhiosa (Man-
darin orange).
Citrus sinensis (orange)-----

Citrus sinensis junos (Japa-
nese orange).
Diospyro. sp. (persimmon)--
Magnolia conspicua (yulan) -_
Magnolia sp -----------------
Pseudaonidia paeoniae (Coccidae):
Azalea sp-------------------
Ca mellia japonica (camellia) -__
Camellia sasanqua ----
Camellia sp------------------
Pseudaon idia tesserata (Coccidae):
Capsicum sp. (ornamental
pepper).
Hibiscus sp-------------
ltolmskioldia sanguinea (Chi-
nese-hat plant).
Pseudaonidia trilobitliformis (Coc-
cidae):
Citrus grandis (pomelo) -----
Eugenia cauliflora jaboticabaa)
Mangifera indica (mango)---
Sobralia sp. (orchid)-------
Pseudishnaspis alienus (Cocci-
dae):
Orchid-- --------
Pseudococcus boninsis (Coccidae):
Saccharu m officinarum (sug-
arcane).
Pseudococcus citriculus (Cocci-
dae):
Citrus limonia (lemon)-----
Citrus sinensis (orange)-----
400127-41-----5


Italy -------------

Java --------------
Mexico---------
-----do -------.---------d


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

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

Philippines-----------


1
1


1


--- do_ -------------- -


----.f.- I.- I-


--do-----------I-I----I-I----


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

---- do ------------
----- do -------------------
--do--------
Italy---------

Straits Settlements----
Hawaii --------
Guadeloupe --------


East Africa, Java------
Brazil---------
---- do -------------
--do -------------

Guatemala ---------

Cuba, Mexico -------


Java ---------------
Japan ------------


1
1

5
1


1



1


- -


- .---.... I. -


1
2
1



1




2


N.Y.

Mass.
Ariz.
Ariz.


Tex.

Tex.
Ariz.
Tex.
Tex.

Calif.*
Calif.*

Calif.*
Calif.*

Wash.
N.Y.

Calif.*
Wash.
Calif.,* Mass.,
N.Y.
Md., Pa.

N. Y., Wash.
Wash.
Wash.


Wash.
Calif.*,
Wash.
Calif.*
D.C.

Calif.*

Calif.*
D.C.


D. 0.,


Mass.
D.C.
N.Y.
D.C.

Calif.*

Fla.,* Tex.


N.Y.
N.Y.


Japan ------------
---- do --------

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

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


:::::..








34 BUREAU OF ENTOMOLOGY AND PLANT QUARANTINE

List of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1939, to June 80, 1940, inclu-
sive-Continued
[All findings marked with an asterisk indicate State inspection]

Number of interceptions
in-

Pest and host Country of origin C 2 Collected in-

.a .. ....
s3 Lg
0 r


INSECTS-continued
Pseudococcus gahani (Coccidae):
Mahonia nepalensis ---------
Pyrus communism (pear)
Pseudococcus kraunhiae (Cocci-
dae):
Citrus aurantifolia (lime).
Diospyros kaki (kaki persim-
mon).
Pseudococcus lilacinus (Cocci-
dae):
Citrus grandis (pomelo) -----
Dendrobium schuetzei (orchid)
Phalaenopsis aphrodite (or-
chid).
Phalaenopsis cynthia (orchid)-
Phalaenopsis schilleriana (or-
chid).
Pseudoparlaloria ostreata (Cocci-
dae):
Carica papaya (papaya)----
Psila rosae (Psilidae):
Daucus carota (carrot)---


Psychid:
Ananas sativus (pineapple).-
Banana debris-------..--.---.
Camellia japonica (camellia) --
Cattleya sp. (orchid) ----
Chrysanthemum sp-----..---
Cupressus sp. (cypress)--.---
Euonymus sp------------
Lespedeza formosa alba........
Portulaca sp. (purslane)-----
Prosopis sp. (mesquite)-----
Pyrus communis (pear)------
Tamarix gallica (French
tamarix).
Vitissp. (grape)-----------
Psylliodes chrysocephala (Chry-
somelidae):
Brassica oleracea botrytis
(broccoli).
Brassica oleracea capitata
(cabbage).
Brassica rapa (turnip)-......
Ptinus japonicus (Ptinidae):
Corylus americana (hazelnut)_
Ptochoryclis tsugensis (Xylorycti-
dae):
Pinussp. (pine) .---..--...
Ptychopoda bonifata (Geometri-
dae):
Arachis hypogaea (peanut) ..--..
Medicinal herb----------
Ptychopoda sp. (Geometridae):
Herb--.. ---------.-
Laurus nobilis (Grecian
laurel).
Tagetes florida (marigold) ..
Pulvinaria floccifera (Coccidae):
Brassia gireoudeana (orchid)_.
Cypripedium sp. (orchid)---
Dendrobium sp. (orchid) .--.-
Epidendru m myrianthum (or-
chid).
Epidendrum vitellinum (or-
chid).
Epidendrum sp. (orchid)---.-


England -----------
Chile --------------

Japan ------- ---
.----do .---------


Java---------
Philippines ---------
.---- do .-----.. I------d
.---- do---------
----- do-.-----------,-


Cuba--------
England, Finland,
France, Ireland, Italy,
Mexico, Netherlands,
Scotland.
Mexico ------------
..-.. do -------
Japan..-------
Venezuela -------..........
Japan --------------
.----do ...--------
------------------------
----- do -------------------
Mexico---------
-.--- do -----------
Argentina ------
Mexico --------
Argentina ---------------

Italy -------------
-.-__do -------- ---------o
France, Italy, Morocco.
Canada--.------------


Japan.---------- ------ ---


Mexico---------
.----do ------....--------


1


1
1
1



1


Germany, Mexico------ 2
Mexico ------ ...--- -I ---


---- do -------------
Costa Rica .-.----_-_
England, India, Trini-
dad.
France ------------
Costa Rica ----------


1


Mexico--- ----------- ---I


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


~UIiiiZZ


1 ------


1


1

1

1
1
.. 48
1
26


D. C.
N.Y.

Calif.*
Wash.


Mass.
Hawaii.*
Calif.*
Calif.*
Calif.*


N.Y.
Mass.,
Tex.


N. Y.,


Tex.
Tex.
Wash.
D.C.
Wash.
Wash.
Wash.
Wash.
Tex.
Tex.
N.Y.
Tex.
N.Y.

N.Y.
N.Y.
Ala., N. Y.
Vt.

N.Y.


Tex.
Tex.
N.Y
Tex.


., Tex.


D. C.
D. C., Wash
D.C.
Calif.*
Calif.*
Calif.*


----.... Tex.


--- ---- I .- -- I-- -








SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS


List of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1939, to June 30, 1940, inclu-
sive-Continued

[All findings marked with an asterisk indicate State inspection]

Number of interceptions
in-

Pest and host Country of origin & ,Collected in-
to 0

,,,, ,. .


INSECTS-continued
Puto barberi (Coccidae):
Anthurium sp --------
Bromeliad ----------------
PVycnoderes quadrimaculatus (Mi-
ridae):
Brassica chinensis (white
greens).
Lact uca sativa (lettuce) ------
Pyrausta nubilalis (Pyraustidae):
Phaseolus sp. (string bean).._
Pyroderces sp. (Cosmopterygi-
dae):
Ananas sativus (pineapple)-..
7ea mays (corn).._.--_--
Pyropus sapphirinus (Curculioni-
dae):
Brassica sp. (mustard).------
Reuteroscopus uridus (Miridae):
Cilrus sp--------------------
Rhagoletis pomonella (Trypeti-
dae):
Crataegus sp ---------
Alalus sylveslris (apple)--__._
Rhagolelis sp. (Trypetidae):
Crataegus sp. ---------------
Jualans niqra 'black walnut)
Rhinacloa forlicornis (M iridae):
Celo.ia sp. (cockscomb) ----..
Rhinocola ericae (Psyllidae):
Calluna vulgaris (heather) ----
Rhipibrnchus picturalus (Bru-
chidae):
Pro.o7. is chilensis ------------
Ribua innoxia (Phycitidae):
Ananas satirus (pineaople)--
Ripersia $ almaru m (Coecidae):
Cocos nuicihera (coconut) ..----
Scaphytopius irrorafus (Cicadel-
lidae):
Lactuca .ativa (lettuce)------
Sciaphilts muricatus (Curculi-
onidae):
Forest litter and sphagnum
moss.
Scirtoihrip- prosopis (Thripidae):
Pro.xopis sp. (mesquite) ------
Satomorpha inse(tella (Tineidae):
A rmaryllis sp---------------
Dioscorea sp. (yam)-------
(.ossUpium sp. (cottonseed) __--
Lycopersicum esculentum (to-
mato).
Taqete.sflorida (marigold) ----
Simulium virqatvi m (Simuliidae):
Lactuca salira (lettuce). -----
Sinozylon anale (Bostrichidac):
Derris elliptica (tuba) -----
Sinoxylon conigerum (Bostrichi-
dae):
Serj)n ia mexicana barbascoo) -
Siaa mnes contracts (Lygaeidae):
Ananas sativus (pineapple)_--
Lucopersicu m esculentum (to-
mato).
SitfAona limosa (Curculionidae):
Cichoriu m endiria (chicory)_--
Sitona lineata (Curculionidae):
Brassica chinensis (Chinese
cabbage).
Sixeonotus areolatus (Miridae):
Lactuca satita (lettuce)----.....-


Trinidad----.----........---- 1 .
---do ..-... ...----- 2


Cuba ---------
Mexico-_-----------

Japan --------


1


Cuba----------------- 3
Mexico --------I ---


Cuba---------
Puerto Rico -----

Mexico-- -----------
Canada, Mexico--------
Mexico --- ------
-- do---------
---.- do-----------
Ireland, Scotland-------

Chile -----------
Cuba-------------
Hawaii ------------


1


18
1


Mexico------------ ---I---


Denmark.-------------

Mexico ------------
St. Kitts --------
Tonga Island--------
Mexico ----------
.----do _---------
-----do-----------------
------------- -----------
India----------------

Venezuela ----------
Mexico.-------------
---do----------

Italy --------------
Netherlands ------


1

1


1
1
1"
1"


-3






1




9
1
1
3
1


- __ _Iiiiliijj


2 1-- .


1



1

1
1""


_ __ __ _I ___ 1 _I __ __ I 11_ __


P. R.
D.C.

N.Y.
Tex.
Wash.

La.
Tex.

N.Y.
N.Y.

Ariz., Tex.
N. Y., Tex.
Tex.
Ariz., Tex.
Tex.
Mass., Mich.

Calif.*
La., N. Y.
Calif.*

Tex.

N. Y.

Tex.
D.C.
Hawaii.*
Tex.
Ariz.
Tex.
Tex.
N.Y.

N.Y.
Tex.
Ariz.

N.Y.
Pa.


Mexico------------- ---- ..-- --


35


3 -- --


Tex.








36 BUREAU OF ENTOMOLOGY AND PLANT QUARANTINE

List of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1939, to June 30, 1940, inclu-
sive-Continued
[All findings marked with an asterisk indicate State inspection]

Number of interceptions
in-

Pest and host Country of origin 0 2 Collected in-
eo W
I?0 +a'
oq CY ra Cy


INSECTS-continued
Sphaeridium bipustulatum (Hyro-
philidae):
Forest litter and sphagnum
moss.
Spi!ograha sp., possibly setesa
(Trypetidac):
Rosa spinosissima var-------
Stenoma anonella (Stenomidae):
Annona muricata (soursop)--
Stenoma sp. (Stenomidae):
Inga sp-----------
Persea americana (avocado). -
Stephanoderes guatemalensis
(Scolytidac):
Fern ---------
Stephanoderes hampei (Scolyti-
dae):
Coffea sp--------


&Sernochetus mangiferae (Cur-
culionidae):
Mangifera indica (mango) -
Strophosoma melanogrammum
(Curculionidac):
Forest litter and sphagnum
moss.
Strophosoma rufipes (Curculioni-
dae):
Forest litter and sphagnum
moss.
Strymon critola (Lycaenidae):
Lycopersicum esculentum (to-
mato).
Sytepta silicalis (Pyraustidae):
Gardenia florida (Cape-jas-
mine).
Systena basalis (Chrysomelidap):
Brassica chinensis (white
greens).
Brassica sp. (mustard)-----
Capsicum annuum (pepper)-
Taeniothrips atratus (Thripidae):
Calluna vulgaris (heather)---
Lavandula sp. (lavender).....--
Taeniothrips ericae (Thripidae):
Calluna vulgaris (heather)-.
Taeniothrips fumosa (Thripidae):
Ornithogalumtra hyrsoides (chin-
kcrichee).
Taeniothrips hawaiiensis (Thripi-
dae):
Dioclea violacea (mauna loa) -
Taeniothrips simplex (Thripidae):
Aster sp---------
Camellia japonica (camellia) -_
Dianthus sp. (carnation) ----
Gladiolus sp ------------




Gypsophila paniculata (babys-
breath).
Iris sp ...------------
Mixed flowers------------


Denmark----------- 1


Canada ---- --- ---
Dutch Guiana-------- ----
Mexico ------------ ----
Ecuador------- --

Mexico ---------- -----

Angola, British East 6
Africa. Brazil. Canada,
Dutch East Indies,
Java, Tanganyika.

Hawaii--------- ---...

Denmark ----------- 1


.----do .--d---- --------- 1

Mexico------.-------- 1

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


Cuba -------------
.do_---------
-----do ---------
England, Scotland-...
Canada ----.-----
Germany, Scotland--..
Union of South Africa_.-


Hawaii---------
Mexico -------------
-----do---.------
Guatemala, Honduras,
Mexico.
Australia, Canal Zone,
Chile, Cuba, Guate-
mala, Jamaica, Mexi-
co, New Zealand,
Panama, Peru, Puerto
Rico.
Mexico -------------------


2
1
1











1
1

4




1


Bermuda......-----------
Guatemala, Mexico------


1


1






6


2


_ 1


N.Y.


D.C.
Ala.
Ariz.
N.Y.

Tex.

Minn., N. Y.




Calif.*

N.Y.


N.Y.

Ariz.

Tex.

N.Y.
N.Y.
N.Y.
Ill., Mass., Mich.
Minn., N. Y.
Wash.
Ill., N. Y.
N.Y.


Calif.*
Tex.
Tex.
La., Tex.
Calif.,* D 0.,
Md., N. Y.
Tex.


Tex.
Va.
Tex.


11 ---
3 ---








SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS 37

List of pests collected and reported from Jvly 1, 1939, to June 30, 1940, inclu-
sive -Continued
[All findings marked with an asterisk indicate State inspection]

Number of interceptions
in-

Pest and host Country of origin 0 g Collected in-

M Cy
QD Q

u a cy 3


INSEC.TS-continued
Taeniolhrips simplex (Thripidae)-
Continued.
Orchid ----------
Ornithogalu m thyrsoides (chin-
kerichee).
Taeniothrips zanthius (Thripidae):
Dendrobium formosum (or-
chid).
'Taphropeltus contractdu (Lygaei-
dae):
Packing around rose cuttings.
Tapinoma melanocephalum (For-
micidae):
Couma sp.----------
Targionia bromeliae (Coccidae):
Ananas sat ivus (pineapple).
Targionia hartii (Coccidae):
Dioscorea sp. (yam) -------


Targionia sacchari (Coccidae):
Saccharum officinarum (sugar-
cane).
Telonemria nigrina (Tinitidae):
Antirrhinum majus (snap-
dragon).
Teleonemia sorupulosa (Tingiti-
dac):
Gladiolus sp----- --------
Temnochila metallica (Ostomidae):
Ananas sativus (pineapple)--
Tenthecoris bicolor (Miridae):
Cattleya gaskelliana (orchid)__
Catllleya gigas (orchid)---
Cal.leya skinneri (orchid)---
Cattleya sp. (orchid)..........
Orchid-----__- --
Termes panamensis (Termitidae):
Swietenia mahogani (mahog-
any).
Tesserocerus dejeani (Platypodi-
dae):
Tabebnia donnell-smilhii (pri-
mavera).
Tedraleurodes acaciae (Aleyrodi-
dae):
Sophora secundiflora (mescal
bean).
Telraleurodes ursorum (Aleyrodi-
dae):
Epigaea repens (trailing ar-
butus).
Tetyra pinguis (Pentatomidae):
Caltleya sp. (orchid)..--------.......
Thrips angusticeps (Thripidae):
Brassica oleracea botrytis (cauli-
flower).
Lactuca saliva (lettuce).---.--
Lactuea saliva longifolia (Ro-
maine lettuce).
Thyreocoris scarabaeoides (Cydni-
dae):
Forest litter and sphagnum
moss.
Tineid:
Allium sativum (garlic)-------
Ananas salivus (pineapple)--. -
Carica papaya (papaya)----


Mexico ------ 12 .... 1 --
Union of South Africa ---- 1 --- --.......


Japan.. -----------


France ------------

Panama -----------
Azores, Cuba --------

American Virgin Is-
lands, Antigua, Bar-
bados, Cuba, St. Vin-
cent, Trinidad.
Antigua, Cuba, Guate-
mala.
Mexico-----.---------


------- .do -----------
--do- -----.---------d
Venezuela ------------
Colombia..-------------
Venezuela----....--
----.do .............---------
Honduras, Trinidad,
Venezuela.
Honduras --------


Guatemala, Honduras--


Mexico...- .. _._ -


Prince Edward Island-.

Brazil--------
Greece --------
Italy--------
France, Italy------


Denmark -------

Chile, Italy ---------
Mexico------_----
Cuba, Dominican Re-
public, Jamaica, Mex-
ico.


1



4
5

1


1


Tex.
Hawaii.*

Hawaii.*


D.C.

Tex.
Fla.,* Mass.,
N.Y.
Fla.,* Mass.,
N. Y., P. R.


Fla.,* Mass.,
N.Y.
TeLx


Tex.
Tex.
N.Y.
Calif.*
N.Y.
D.C.
D. C., N. Y.,
P.R.
N.Y.


La., N. Y.


Tex.


Mass.

Calif.*
N.Y.
N.Y.
N.Y.


N.Y.

N. Y., Tex.
Tex.
Ariz., N Y.








38 BUREAU OF ENTOMOLOGY AND PLANT QUARANTINE

List of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1939, to June 30, 1940, inclu-
sive-Continued
[All findings marked with an asterisk indicate State inspection]

Number of interceptions
in-

Pest and host Country of origin Collected in-

00
.> .. ........... I .. ... ... .


INSECTS-cOntinued
Tineid-Continued.
Cattleya sp. (orchid)-----
Crocus sp----------
Galls on flower stem---------
Herb--------- ----
Hyacinthus sp ------------
Laelia sp. (orchid)------
Leaf. unknown----.---
Orchid----------
Ricinus communis (castor
bean).
Soil around chrysanthemum
plant.
Tabebuia donnell-smithii (pri.
mavera).
Tulipasp ---------
Zea mays (corn)-------
Tortricid:
Amygdalus persica nectarina
(nectarine).
Beta rulgaris cicla (Swiss
chard).
Calluna vulgaris (heather)--..-.
Capsicum annuum (pepper)--
Cattleya sp. (orchid)--------
Cephalocereus senilis (old-man
cactus).
Chrysantheminumsp--------
Citrus aura rn!ifolia (lime)- ___
Citrus nobilis deliciosa (Man-
darin orange).
Cut flowers -------------.
Gardenia florida (Cape-jas-
mine).
Ilex sp. (holly)-------------
Juniperus sp. (juniper)--.--
Lactuca saliva (lettuce) -----.-
Lilium longiflorum (Easter
lily).
Liriope graminifolia --------
Lycopersicum esculentum (to-
mato).
Magnolia watsonii ----------
Mauins syjirestris (apple)----.-
Myrica sp. ---------
Phaseolus sp. (string bean)---
Polianthes tuberosa.........--------.
Prunus domestic (plum)---.
Prunussp,...-------------
Quercus aliena (Oriental
white oak).
Quercus texana------------
Rosa sp .....................
Sechium edule (chayote)----.
Solanum melongena (egg-
plant).
Tagetes sp. (marigold) ------.
Vaccinium sp. (blueberry) ...-
Toxolrypana curvicauda (Trypet-
idac):
In bag containing papaya
fruit.
Trachyphloeus aristatus (Curculi-
onidae):
Forest litter and sphagnum
moss.
Trapezonotus arenarius (Lygae-
idae):
Forest litter and sphagnum
moss.


Colombia, Venezuela ..---
Netherlands--------
Mexico ----------
Bermuda -------
Turkey---- ------
Mexico- -------
Guatemala ------
Trinidad ---------
Puerto Rico --------
Mexico ------------
Honduras ----------
Netherlands -----
Mexico ------------
Chile -------------
MIexico---------------
Scotland--------.----
Cuba, Mexico --------
Venezuela ----------
Mexico ------------
Japan, Mexico---------
Mexico-- ------
Japan -----------


Mexico --------
---do--------------


Canada--------
SJapan ----------
Mexico -------------
.----do .---.---------
Japan------------
Mexico --------
Canada--------------
SMexico -------
Scotland ---------
SMexico -------.
. -----do -.-------
SCanada---....------
Switzerland------.---
England------------

.--. do -------------
_ Mexico, Panama------
Mexico----------------
----do--------
S---do -------
_ Newfoundland --------

Puerto Rico-------


Denmark -..---------


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


3
1

1
1


1


1

1
1"


1
1T


. .i . .


1 ----


36
1
1


12 1 --
1 -- ------.---- ----


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52 ... --- I... ...


1




1
1
1"


1
1
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1


1


D.C.
N.Y.
Tex.
Mass.
D.C.
Tex.
Mass.
D.C.
N.Y.
Ariz.
La.
Mass.
Tex.
N.Y.
Tex.
Mass.
Ariz., N. Y., Tex.
D.C.
Tex.
Tex., Wash.
Tex.
Wash.
Tex.
Tex.
N.Y.
Wash.
Tex.
Tex.
N.Y.
Ariz., Calif., Tex.
Wash.
Tex.
N.Y.
Ariz.
Tex.
Wash.
D.C.
D.C.
D.C.
N.Y.
Ariz.
Ariz.
Tex.
Pa.

N.Y.


N.Y.


N.Y.


21








SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS


39


List of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1939, to June 80, 1940, inclu-
sive-Continued

[All findings marked with an asterisk indicate State inspection]

Number of interceptions
in-

Pest and host Country of origin Collected in-


o a


INSECTS-continued
Traxus fulvus (Fulgoridae):
Prosopis sp. (mesquite) ----
Trialeruodes varia (Aleyrodidae):
Datura sp-----------------
Trionymus peregrinus (Coccidae):
Amaryllis sp ---. .
Trionymus sacchari (Coccidae):
Saccharum officinarum (sugar-
cane).
Trioza alacris (Psyllidae):
Laurus nobilis (Grecian lau-
rel).
Trogoxylon proslomoides (Lycti-
dae):
Herb ---------------
Troilus luridus (Pentatomidae):
Forest litter and sphagnum
moss.
Tropistethus fascialus (Lygaei-
dae):
Ficus sp -----. ----
Trypetid:
Amygdalus persica (peach) -_
Cut flowers----------------
Lonicera sp-----------------
Prun us domestic (plum) -----
Unidentified rhizome .-------.
Unidentified seed pod---
Wisteria sp--------------
Zinnia sp -- --------
Tyiococcus giffardi (Coccidae):
Pandanussp ---. ..---------
Ulopa ret iculalta (Cicadellidae):
Calluna vulgaris (heather) ..
Vanduzea laeta segmentata (Mem-
bracidae):
Dianthus sp. (carnation) -
Prosopis sp. (mesquite) ---
Vatissius diversus (Lygaeidae):
Orchid --. ..-------
Vilga mexicana (Coreidae):
Orchid. ...-...
Vinsonia stellifera (Coccidae):
A ch ras sapota (sapod ila).
Catasetum sp. (orchid) ...
Lycaste sp. (orchid) --
Mangifera indica (mango) ----
Orchid -----.----.......-
Stanhopea graveolens (orchid)-
Xyleborus caffinis (Scolytidae):
Ananas satirus (pineapple)---
Tabehuia donnell-smithii (pri-
mavera).
Xyleborus confusus (Scolytidae):
Lycopersicum esculentum (to-
mato).
Ochroma lagopus (balsa)---.-
Solin um melongena (egg-
plant).
Tabebuia donnell-smithii (pri-
mavera).
Xyleborus fuscatus (Scolytidae):
Guaiacum officinale (lignum-
vitae).
Log--------------....-..-...
Tabebuia donnell-smithii (pri-
mavera).


Mexico----------------
.---- do,---------
Netherlands-----------
Hawaii, Martinique,
Mexico.
England, Italy--------


Mexico -----------
Denmark -----------


Italy -------------
Union of South Africa. -
Mexico --------
Sweden ------
Union of South Africa--
Switzerland ---------
Mexico -------------
Japan ----....-------
Mexico ----------
American Samoa--..--
Scotland---------------

Mexico---.-----
.----do ------------
Guatemala-...---------
Mexico ------
Cuba----------.----
Venezuela.----------
South America-------
Cuba, Dominican Re-
public.
Dominican Republic,
Trinidad.
Trinidad -----------
Mexico.....------------------
Guatemala, Mexico----

Mexico.......-----------------
Ecuador.. ---- -
Cuba ---------
Mexico --.-----

Nicaragua-------------
Dutch West Indies-- --
Guatemala, Mexico- .--


1
1


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1










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1


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2

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1
1
3

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1
2


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1
1


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1
1"

2-

~1"


Tex.
Tex.
D.C.
Calif.*, N. Y.,
Tex.
Mass., N. Y.


Tex.
N.Y.


Calif.*
Mass.
Tex.
D.C.
Mass.
Ill.
Tex.
Wash.
Tex.
Hawaii.*
Mich.

Tex.
Tex.
D.C.
D. 0.
Fla.*
D.C.
Calif.*
N.Y.
D. C., P. R.
P.R.
Tex.
N.Y.

Ariz.
N.Y.
N.Y.
N.Y.

N.Y.
N.Y.
N.Y.








40 BUREAU OF ENTOMOLOGY AND PLANT QUARANTINE'

List of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1939, to June 30, 1940, indu-
sive -Continued
[All findings marked with an asterisk indicate State inspection]

Number of interceptions
in-

Pest and host Country of origin 2 Collected in-
S ~aS t~l *

0 0

INSECTS-continued
Xyleborus kraatzi (Scolytidae):
Cryptocarya palmerstoni Australia.--------------- 1 ---- ------------- N.Y.
(Queensland walnut).
Xyleborus propinquus (Scolyti-
dae):
Anacardium rhinocarpus-..---- Nicaragua -------------- 1--- ---------- ----N. Y.
Cedrela odorata (cigarbox- ---- do----------------- 1 ---- ----- ---- ----N. Y.
cedar).
Tabehuia donnell-smithii (pri- Guatemala, Salvador 4 ---- ----- ---- ----N. Y.
mavera).
Xyleborus torquatus (Scolytidae):
Tabebuia donnell-smrithii .__ Mexico---------------- 1 -----------------N.Y.
Zabrotes subfasciatus (Bruchidae):
Ananas sativus (pineapple)-- ----- do----------------- 3 --- 10 ------ Tex.
Antirrhinum majus (snap- -----do--------------------- ----1 ---- ---- Ariz.
dragon).
Bean .-------------------- Cuba, Mexico--------- ------1 58 ---- ----D.C., Tex.
Capsicum annuum (pepper). Mexico ---------------- 1 --- ---------- ----Ariz.
Chrysanthemum sp---------- --do------- ------------ ----4 -------- Tcx.
Physalis sp. (husk tomato)-- --- do--------------- ---------- 2 --------Tex.
Pisum sativum (pea) -----------do------------------------- 1 ---- ----Tex.
Tagetes sp. (marigold) ---------do--------------- ---------- 1 ---- ----Tex.
Vigna sinensis cowpeaa) .--- Brazil-----------------1 ------------- ----N. Y.
Zophobas morio (Tenebrionidac):
Cattleya sp. (orchid)------ Colombia, Venezuela-.... 4 ---------------- D. C.


Hosts and insects


ABIES:
Pityogenes chalcographus (Coleoptera).
ACACIA:
Acanthoscelides dominicanus (Coleoptera).
Acanthoscelides spinipes (Coleoptera).
ACER:
Olethreutid (Lepidoptera).
Parlatoria theae (Homoptera).
ACHRAS:
Anastrepha serpentina (Diptera).
Anastrepha sp. (Diptera).
Conotrachelus sp. (Coleoptera).
Vinsonia stellifera (Homoptera).
AGAVE:
Neella generosa (Hemiptera).
AGLAONEMA:
Endrosis lacteella (Lepidoptera).
ALLAMANDA:
Pseudaonidia clavigera (Homoptera).
ALLIUM CEPA:
Eumerus sp. (Diptera).
Fi anklini ila williamsi (Thysanoptera).
ALLIUM PORRUM:
Acrolepia assectella (Lepidoptera).
Agromyza sp. (Diptera).
ALLIUM SATIVUM:
Lophocateres pusillus (Coleoptera).
Nemapogon granella (Lepidoptera).
Tineid (Lepidoptera).
ALOPECURUS:
Agrominyza sp. (Diptera).
AMARYLLIS:
Setomorpha insectella (Lepidoptera).
Tionynivs perearinus (Homoptera).
AMYGDALUS COMMUNIS:
A'lyelois ceratoniae (Lepidoptera).
AMYGDALUS PERSICA:
Anastrepha fraterculus (Diptera).
Anastrepha ludens (Diptera).
Anastrepha sp. (Diptera).


AMYGDALUS PERSICA-Continued.
Conotrachelus sp., possibly nenuphar (Coleoptera).
Grapholitha sp., probably molesta (Lepidoptera).
Grapholitha sp. (Lepidoptera).
Olethreutid (Lepidoptera).
Trypetid (Diptera).
AMYGDALUS PERSICA NECTARINA:
Megalometis ch ilie nsis (Coleoptera).
Olethreutid (Lepidoptera).
Platynota sp. (Lepidoptera).
Tortricid (Lepidoptera).
ANACARDIUM:
Conotrachelus sp. (Coleoptera).
Platypus rugulosus (Co]eoptera).
Xyleborus propinquus (Coleoptera).
ANANAS:
Alpheias conspirata (Lepidoptera).
Alpheias sp. (Lepidoptera)
Draeculacephiala portola (Homoptera).
Metamasius hemipterus (Coleoptera)
Metamasius se iceus (Coleoptera).
Oedancala dorsilinea (Hemiptera).
Orthaea ser'illei (Hemiptera)
Phaedon confinis (Coleoptera).
Phyllophaga analis (Coleoptera).
Physonola attenuata (Coleoptera).
Plalynola rostrana (Lepidoptera).
Plalynota sp. (Lepidoptera)
Platypus ruqulosus (Coleoptera).
Pleurophorus battsi (Coleoptera).
Psychid (Lepidoptera).
Pyrodfrees sp. (Lepidoptera).
Ribua innoxia (Lepidoptera).
Sisamnes contracts (Hemiptera).
Targionia bromrneliae (Homoptera).
Temnochila metallica (Coleoptera).
Tineid (Lepidoptera).
Xylekborus affinis (Coleoptera).
Zabrotes subfasciatus (Coleoptera).








SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS


Hosts and insects-Continued


ANDROPOGON:
Chilo sp. (Lepidoptera).
ANNONA:
Aspidiotus herculeanus (Homoptera).
Sttnoma anomilla (Lepidoptera).
ANTHURIUM:
Anaphothrips orchidii (Thysanoptera).
Ceroplastes rubens (Homoptera).
Pueto barbtri (Homoptera).
ANTIRRHINUIM:
Allocoris incognita (Hemiptera).
Allocoris interupta (Hemiptera).
Autographa sp. (Lepidoptera).
Corizus sidae (Hemriptera).
Cyrtopeltis tenuis (Berrmiptera).
Franl:liniella fortissima (Thysanoptera).
Frankliniella insularis (Thysanoptera).
Haplothrips gowdeyi (Thysanoptera).
Kurtomathrips sp., close to morrilli (Thysanop-
tera).
Tekonemia nigrina (Hemiptera).
'abrotes subfasciatm (Coleoptera).
APIUM:
Agromyza sp. (Diptera).
Aulographa sp. (Lepidoptera).
ARACHIS:
Ptychopoda bovifala (Lepidoptera).
AREGELIA:
Gymnaspis aechmeae (Homoptera).
ASTER:
Haplothrips gowdeyi (Thysanoptera).
Leucopoecila albofasciala (Hemiptera).
Taeniothrips simplex (Thysanoptera).
ASTILBE:
Brachyrhinus sp. (Coleoptera).
AZALEA:
Amphorophora azaleae (Homoptera).
Brachyrhinus porcatus (Coleoptera).
Frankliniella lenuicornis (Thysanoptera).
Haplotlhrips subtilissimus (Thysanoptera).
Pseudaonidia paeoniaie (Homoptera).
BANANA DEBRIS:
Metamasiu sericeus (Coleoptera).
Psychid (Lepidoptera).
BEAN:
Callosobruchus chinensis (Coleoptera).
Marmara sp. (Lepidoptera).
7abrotes subfasciatus (Coleoptera).
BEGONIA:
Platynola slullana (Lepidoptera).
BENINCASA:
Diaplhania sp. (Lepidoptera).
Phyllotreta vitata discedens (Coleoptera).
BETA VULGARIS:
Drasteria cribralus (Coleoptera).
Empoasca solana (Homoptera).
BETA VULGARIS CICLA:
Autographa sp. (Lepidoptera).
Empoasca solana (Homoptera).
Tortricid (Lepidoptera).
BISMARCKIA:
Halimococcus lampas (Homoptera).
BOLUSANTHUS:
Caryedon sp. (Coleoptera).
BOUGAINVILLEA:
Leplodictya plana (Hemiptera).
BRASSAVOLA-See Orchidaceae.
BRASSIA-See Orchidaceae.
BRASSICA CAMPESTRIS:
Ceutorhynchus sp. (Coleoptera).
BRASSICA CHINENSIS:
Agromyza sp. (Diptera).
Ascia monuste (Lepidoptera).
Autographa sp. (ILepidoptera).
Cymoninus notabiilis (Hemiptera).
Cyrtopeltis tenuis (Hemiptera).
Epilachna rarirestis (Coleoptera).
Franklinothrips vespiformis (Thysanoptera).
Hellula phidilealis (Lepidoptera).
Hercothrips phaseoli (Thysanoptera).
Hortensia similis (Homoptera)
Liriomyza flareola (Diptera).
Pachnaeus liuis (Coleoptera).
Photinus nefarius (Coleoptera).
Phyllotrela rittafa discedens (Coleoptera).
Phytomyza sp. (Diptera).
Pycnoderes quadrimaculatus (Hemiptera).
Silona lineata (Coleoptera).


BRASSICA CHINENSIS-Continued.
Syslena tasalis (Coleoptera).
BRASSICA OLERACEA ACEPHALA:
Phytomyza sp. (Diptera).
BRASSICA OLERACEA BOTRYTIS:
Agromyza sp. (Diptera).
Autographa sp. (Lepidoptera).
Barathra brassicae (Lepidoptera).
Ceutorhynchus quadridens (Coleoptera).
Ceutorhynchus sp. (Coleoptera).
Phyintmyza sp. (Diptera).
Psylliodes Mrysncephala (Coleoptera).
Thrips angusticeps (Thysanoptera).
BRASSICA OLERACEA CAPITATA:
Acmaeodera tubulus (Coleoptera).
Agromyza sp. (Diptera).
Autographa sp. (Lepidoptera).
Barathra brassicae (Lepidoptera).
Ceutorhynchus sp., possibly rapae (Coleoptera).
Ceutorhynchus sp. (Coleoptera).
Forficula auricularia (Orthoptera).
Ischinorhynchus ericae (Hemiptera).
ANysius monticola (Hemiptera).
Phytomyza sp. (Diptera).
Psylliodes chrysocephala (Coleoptera).
BRASSICA OLERACEA GEMMIFERA:
Phyllfreta undulata (Coleoptera).
BRASSICA RAPA:
Agromyza sp. (Diptera).
Autographa sp. (Lepidoptera).
Ceutorhynchus pleurostigma (Coleoptera).
Ceutorhynchu, sp. (Coleoptera).
Hellula undalis (Lepidoptera).
Phytomyza sp. (Diptera).
Psylliodes chrysocephala (Coleoptera).
BRASSICA SP. (mustard):
Agromyza sp. (Diptera).
Ascia monuste (Lepidoptera).
Autograph sp. (Lepidoptera).
Cyrtopel/is tenuis (Hemiptera).
Diaphanria sp. (Lepidoptera).
Dikraneura cockerelli (Homoptera).
Epilachna varivestis (Coleoptera).
Franklinothrips vespiformis (Thysanoptera).
Hellula phidilealis (Lepidoptera).
Lygus elisus (Hemiptera).
Nabis alternata (Hemiptera).
Phyllotreta vittala discedens (Coleoptera).
Phytomyza sp. (Diptera).
Pyropus sapphirinus (Coleoptera).
Systena basalis (Coleoptera).
BRASSICA SP.
Phylomyza sp. (Diptera).
BROMELIAD:
Castnia sp. (Lepidoptera).
Puto barberi (Homoptera).
BROWNEA:
Dercynus micronyx (Coleoptera).
BRYOPHYLLU M:
Coccus viridis (Homoptera).
Hoplandrothrips xanthopoides (Thysanoptera).
CACTACEAE:
Ceratitis capiftata (Diptera).
Gerstaeckeria m uillaria (Coleoptera).
Lepidosaphes philococcus (Homoptera).
Marmara sp., probably opunliella (Lepidoptera).
Marmara sp. (Lepidoptera).
Aloneilema opuntiae (Coleoptera).
Ogdoecosta biannularis (Coleoptera).
Tortricid (Lepidoptera).
CAESALPINLA:
Acanthoscelides dominicanus (Coleoptera).
CAJANUS:
Acanthoselidee armitagei (Coleoptera).
Callosobruchus chinensis (Coleoptera).
CALENDULA:
Fran kliniella cephalica (Thysanoptera).
CALLUNA:
Forficula auricularia (Orthoptera).
Gelechia ericetella (Lepidoptera).
MAficrelus ericae (Coleoptera).
Olethreutid (Lepidoptera).
Orfholylus virens (Hemiptera).
Rhinocola ericae (Homoptera).
Taeniolhrips atra/us (Thysanoptera).
Taeniothrips ericae (Thysanoptera).
Tortricid (Lepidoptera).
Ulopa reticulala (Homoptera).


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Hosts and insects-Continued


CAMELLIA:
Anaphotlhrips orchidaceus (Thysanoptera).
Aspidiotus destructor (Homoptera).
Ceroplasles rubens (Homoptera).
Chrysomphalus diclyospermi var. (Homoptera).
Lepidosaphes camelliae (Homoptera).
Parlatoria camellia (Homoptera).
Pseudaonidia duplex (Homoptera).
Pseudaonidia paeoniae (Homoptera).
Psychid (Lepidoptera).
Taeniothrips simplex (Thysanoptera).
CANAVALIA:
Cosmolyce boeticus (Lepidoptera).
Maruca testulalis (Lepidoptera).
CAPSICUM:
Agromyza sp. (Diptera).
Arvelius albopunctatus (Hemiptera).
Ataenius terminalis (Coleoptera).
Autograph sp. (Lepidoptera).
Ceratitis capilata (Diptera).
Exptlochiomera oblonga (Hemiptera).
Faustin us cubae (Coleoptera).
Franklinothrips vespiformis (Thysanoptera).
Gnorimoschema gudmannella (Lepidoptera).
Keiferia lycopersicella (Lepidoptera).
Lorita abornana (Lepidoptera).
Lygaeus pulchellus (Hemiptera).
Marmara sp., near opuntiella (Lepidoptera).
Marmara sp. (Lepidoptera).
Palaeopus costicollis (Coleoptera).
Platynota rostrana (Lepidoptera).
Platynota stultana (Lepidoptera).
Plalyn ola sp. (Lepidoptera).
Prodenia latifascia (Lepidoptera).
Pseudaonidia tesserata (Homoptera).
Systena basalis (Coleoptera).
Tortricid (Lepidoptera).
7abrotes subfasciatus (Coleoptera).
CARICA:
Aspidiotus destructor (Homoptera).
Pseudoparlatoria ostreata (Homoptera).
Tineid (Lepidoptera).
CASIMIROA:
Anastrepha ludens (Diptera).
CASSIA:
Amblycerus nigromarginatus (Coleoptera).
Phelomerus aberrans (Coleoptera).
CASTANEA:
Curculio sp.(Coleoptera).
Laspeyresia splendana (Lepidoptera).
CATASETUM-See Orchidaceae.
CATTLEYA-See Orchidaceae.
CEDRELA:
Xyleborus propinquus (Coleoptera).
CEDRUS:
Hypsipyla grandella (Lepidoptera).
CELOSIA:
Haplothrips gowdeyi (Thysanoptera).
Rhinacloa forticornis (Hemiptera).
CENTAUREA:
Frankliniella williamsi (Thysanoptera).
CEPHALOCEREUS-See Cactaceae.
CHENOPODIUM:
Delphacodes campestris (Homoptera).
CHRYSANTHEMUM:
Aeolothrips duvali (Thysanoptera).
Bythoscopus misellus (Homoptera).
Ceralocapsus punctulatus (Hemiptera).
Frankliniella cephalica (Thysanoptera).
Frankliniella fortissimo (Thysanoptera).
Frankliniella insularis (Thysanoptera).
Frankliniella williamsi (Thysanoptera).
Haplothrips gowdeyi (Thysanoptera).
Homoeosoma electellum (Lepidoptera).
.Afyzus ornatus (Homoptera).
Olethreutid (Lepidoptera).
Phytomyza sp. (Diptera).
Psychid (Lepidoptera).
Tortricid (Lepidoptera).
Zabrotes subfasciatus (Coleoptera).
CHRYSOPHYLLUM:
Aastrepha sp., probably serpentina (Diptera).
Anastrepha sp. (Diptera).
CICER:
Callosobruchus analis (Coleoptera).


CICHORIUM:
Agromyza pinguis (Diptera).
Creontiades pallidus (Hemiptera).
Napomyza laleralis (Diptera).
Sitona limosa (Coleoptera).
CITRUS AURANTIFOLIA:
Aleurocalthus woglumi (Homoptera).
Aonidiella comperei (Homoptera).
.Marmara sp. (Lepidoptera).
Pseudococcus kra unhiae (Homoptera).
Tortricid (Lepidoptera).
CITRUS AURANTIUM:
Anastrepha ludens (Diptera).
Ceraltis capitata (Diptera).
Pseudaonidia duplex (Homoptera).
CITRUS GRAN DIS:
Anastrepha ludens (Diptera).
A nastrepha sp., probably fraterculus (Diptera).
A nastrepha sp. (Diptera).
Ceratitissp. (Diptera).
SChrysomphalus personatus (Homoptera).
Parlatoria ziziphus (Homoptera.)
Prays endocarpa (Lepidoptera).
Pseudaonidia trilobitiformis (Homoptera).
Pseudococcus lilacinus (Homoptera).
CITRUS LIMETTA:
Aleurocanthus woglumi (Homoptera).
Anastrepha ludens (Diptera).
CITRUS LIMONIA:
Aleurocanthus woglumi (Homoptera).
Chrysomphalus personatus (Homoptera).
Leucaspis cockerelli (Homoptera).
Parlatoria cineria (Homoptera).
Parlatoria ziziphus (Homoptera).
Pseudococcus citriculus (Homoptera).
CITRUS LIMONIA PONDEROSA:
Anastrepha ludens (Diptera).
CITRUS NOBILIS:
Chionaspis yanonensis (Homoptera).
Pseudaonidia duplex (Homopt era).
CITRUS NOBILIS DELICIOSA:
A nastrepha ludens (Diptera).
Ceratitis capitata (Diptera).
Chionaspis yanonensis (Homoptera).
Parlatoria ziziphus (Homoptera).
Pseudaonidia duplex (Homoptera).
Tortricid (Lepidoptera).
CITRUS SINENSIS:
Aleurocanthus woglumi (Homoptera).
Anastrepha ludens (Diptera).
Anastrepha serpentina (Diptera).
Anastrepha sp. (Diptera).
Ceratitis capitata (Diptera).
Chionaspis yanonensis (Homoptera).
Chrysomphalus personatus (Homoptera).
Coccus viridis (Homoptera).
Eumecosomyia nubila (Diptera).
Marmara sp. (Lepidoptera).
Myelois venipars (Lepidoptera).
Myelois sp. (Lepidoptera).
Olethreutid (Lepidoptera).
Parlatoria cinerea (Homoptera).
Parlatoria ziziphus (Homoptera).
Pseudaonidia duplex (Homoptera).
Pseudococcus citriculus (Homoptera).
CITRUS SINENSIS JUNOS:
Pseudaonidia duplex (Homoptera).
CITRUS SP.:
Parlatoria ziziphus (Homoptera).
Reuteroscopus uvidus (Hemiptera).
COCHLOSPERMUM:
Frankliniella cephalica (Thysanoptera).
COCOS:
Aspidiotus coryphae (Homoptera).
Aspidiolus destructor (Homoptera).
Cocotrypes bassiaeverus (Coleoptera).
Corcyra cephalonica (Lepidoptera).
Diocalandra laitensis (Coleoptera).
Ripersia palmarum (Homoptera).
CODIAEUM:
Aleuroplatus man maeferus (Homoptera).
Lepidosaphes auriculata (Homoptera).
Lepidosaphes lasianthi (Homoptera).
Parlatoria crotonis (Homoptera).


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COFFEE:
Ceralitis capilata (Diptera).
Coccus viridis (Homoptera).
Lewoptera coffeella (Lepidoptera).
Stephanoderes hampei (Coleoptera).
CORDEAUXIA:
Caryedon sp. (Coleoptera).
CORIANDRUM:
Agromyza sp. (Diptera).
Aulographa sp. (Lepidoptera).
CORYLUS:
Ptinus japonicwus (Coleoptera).
COULA:
Tapinoma melanocephalum (Hymenoptera).
CRATAEGUS:
Olethreutid (Lepidoptera).
Rhagoletis pomonella (Diptera).
Rhagoletis sp. (Diptera).
CROCUS:
Tineid (Lepidoptera).
CRYPTOCARYA:
Platypus ausiralis (Coleoptera).
Xyleborus kraatzi (Coleoptera).
CUCUMIS:
Diaphania sp. (Lepidoptera).
CUCURBITA MAXIMA:
Diaphania sp. (Lepidoptera).
Geocoris sonoraensis8 (Hemiptera).
Lygaeus laera/lis (Coleoptera).
Monotoma cenTdralis (Coleoptera).
CUCURBITA PEPO:
Dacus sp. (Diptera).
CUPRESSUS:
Olethreutid (Lepidoptera).
Psychid (Lepidoptera).
CYCAS:
Coplotermes formosanus (Isoptera).
CYDONIA:
Anastrepha ludens (Diptera).
Anastrepha sp. (Diptera).
Conotrachelus flavangulus (Coleoptera).
Grapholitha sp. (Lepidoptera).
Myelois sp. (Lepidoptera).
CYMBIDIUM---See Orchidaceae.
CYNARA:
Agriotes sp. (Coleoptera).
Anuraphis cynariella (Homoptera).
CYPRIPEDIUM-See Orchidaceae.
CYTISUS:
Bruchidius. lividimanus retamae (Coleoptera).
Bruchidius villosus (Coleoptera).
DAHLIA:
Conotrachelus leucophaealus (Coleoptera).
Frankliniella fortissima (Thysanoptera).
Frankliniella insularis (Thysanoptera).
Iridomyrmnex humilis (Hymenoptera).
Psa/us serialus (Hemiptera).
DAISY:
Aeolothrips durali (Thysanoptera).
Amorbia emigratella (Lepidoptera).
Franklinriella cephalica (Thysanoptera).
Frankliniella fortissima (Thysanoptera).
DATURA:
Trialeurodes varna (Homoptera).
DAUCUS-
Agromyza sp. (Diptera).
Allocoris incognita (Memiptera).
Platlynota sp. (Lepidoptera).
Psila rose (Diptera).
DELPHINIUM:
Rrochymena sulcfta (Hemiptera).
DENDROBIUM-See Orchidaceae.
DENDROCALAMUS:
Odonaspis pencillala (Homoptera).
DERRIS:
Dinoderus biforeolalus (Coleoptera).
SinoTylon anale (Coleoptera).
DIANTHUS:
Cyrtopeltis tenuis (Hemiptera).
Frankliniella fortissimo (Thysanoptera).
Frankliniella melanommatus (Thysanoptera).
Haplothrips gowdeyi (Thysanoptera).
Taeniothrips simplex (Thysanoptera).
Vanduzea lacta segmentata (Homoptera).
DIOCLEA:
Cosmolyce boeticus (Lepidoptera).
Marwuca testulalis (Lepidoptera).
Taeniothrips hawaiiensis (Thysanoptera).


DIOSCOREA:
Leptostylus testaceus (Coleoptera).
Setomorpha insectella (Lepidoptera).
Targionia hartii (Homoptera).
DIOSPYROS:
Lepidosaphes conchiformis (Homoptera).
Pseudaonidia duplex (Homoptera).
Pseudococcus kraunhiae (Homoptera).
ECHEVERIA:
A naphothrips secticornis (Thysanoptera).
ENCEPHALARTOS:
A ntliarhinus zamiae (Coleoptera).
Diaspis zamiae (Homoptera).
EPIDENDRUM-See Orchidaceae.
EPIGAEA:
Tetraleurodes ursorum (Homoptera).
ERIA-See Orchidaceae.
ERIGERON:
Hofmannophila pesudospretella (Lepidoptera).
EUGENIA:
Conotrachelus sp. (Coleoptera).
Curculio sp. (Coleoptera).
Pseudaonidia trilobitiformis (Homoptera).
EUONYMUS:
Adozophyes privatana (Lepidoptera).
Aphis rumicis (Homoptera).
Psychid (Lepidoptera).
EUPHORBIA:
Asterolecanium stentae (Homoptera).
FERN:
Stephanoderes guatemalensis (Coleoptera).
FIC US:
Acalypta parvula (Hemiptera).
Ceroplastes rusci (Homoptera).
Gynaikothrips uzeli (Thysanoptera).
Hypoborus ficus (Coleoptera).
Lepidosaphes ficus (Homoptera).
Jfecinus circulalus (Coleoptera).
Plindhisu.s breripennis (Hemiptera)
Pogonocherus hispid ulus (Coleoptera).
Tropistethusfasciatis (Hemiptera).
FRAGARIA:
Orthaea bilobata (Hemiptera).
FRAXINUS:
Hylesinus fraxini (Coleoptera).
Leperisinus fraxini (Coleoptera).
GALANTHUS:
Merodon sp. (Diptera).
GARDENIA:
Aleurodicus manni (Thysanoptera).
Amorbia emigrateIa (Lepidoptera).
Aulographa sp. (Lepidoptera).
Chirolhrips falwus (Thysanoptera).
Coccus riridis (Homoptera).
Empoasca solaria (Homoptera).
Euryopthalmus cindcus (Hemiptera).
Haplothrips gowdeyi (Thysanoptera).
Isochaetothrips sp. (Thysanoptera).
Nesosttles incisus (Homoptera).
Proloputrinaria pyriformis (Homoptera).
Sylepta silicalis (Lepidoptera).
Tortricid (Lepidoptera).
GENIPA:
Pinnaspis minor strachani (Homoptera).
GENISTA:
Bruchidius villous (Coleoptera).
GERBERIA;
Frankliniella melanommatus (Tb ysanoptera).
Haplolhrips gowdeyi (Thysanoptera).
GLADIOLUS:
Frankliniella insularis (Thysanoptera).
Taeniothrips simrplex (T h ysanoptera).
Teleonema sorupulosa (Hemiptera).
GNAPHALIUM:
Dinoderus biforeolatus (Coleoptera).
GOSSYPIUM:
Bucculatrix sp., probably thurberiella (Lepidop-
tera).
Corcyra cephalonica (Lepidoptera).
Pectinophora gossypiella (Lepidoptera).
Setomorpha insectella (Lepidoptera).
GRAMMATOPHYLLUM-See Orchidaceae.
GREVILLEA:
Bronles australis (Coleoptera).
GUATIACUM:
Laemophloe-s iteratlus (Coleoptera).
Neoclytus cacicus (Coleoptera).
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GUILIELMA:
Asterolecanium urchi (Homoptera).
GYPSOPHILA:
Taeniothrips simplex (Thysanoptera).
HAWORTHIA:
Chionaspis humilis (Homoptera).
HEDYSARUM:
Bruchidius gilvus (Coleoptera).
HELIANTHUS:
Aqromyza sp. (Diptera).
HELICONIA:
Cephaloleia pretiosa (Coleoptera).
Dactylostern um central (Coleoptera).
Fulhius quadristellatus (Hemiptera).
HELIOTROPIU M:
Cyrtopeltis variants (Hemiptera).
HEMEROCALLIS:
fyzus hemerocallis (Homoptera).
HERB:
Agromyza sp. (Diptera).
Amphicerus cornutus (Coleoptera).
Frankliniella williamsi (Thysanoptera).
Orthaea vincta (Hemiptera).
Plychopoda boanifala (Lepidoptera).
Plychopoda sp. (Lepidoptera).
Tineid (Lepidoptera).
Trogoxylon prostomoides (Coleoptera).
HIBISCUS ESCULENTUS:
Crocidosema plebeiana (Lepidoptera).
Pectinophora gossypiella (Lepidoptera).
HIBISCUS SP.
Crocidosema plebeiana (Lepidoptera).
Pinnaspis minor strachani (Homoptera).
Pseudaonidia clavigera (Homoptera).
Pseudaonidia tesserata (Homoptera).
HICORIA:
Curculio sp. (Coleoptera).
HOLCUS SORGHUM:
Peregrinus maidis (Homoptera).
HOLMSKIOLDIA:
Pseudaonidia tesserata (Homoptera).
HURA:
Pinnaspis minor var. (Homoptera).
HYACINTHUS:
Merodon sp. (Diptera).
ILEX:
Tortricid (Lepidoptera).
INGA:
Anastrepha distinct (Diptera).
Conotrachelus sp. (Coleoptera).
Stenoma sp. (Lepidoptera).
IPOMOEA:
Cylis femoralis (Coleoptera).
Cylas formicarius (Coleoptera).
Cylas puncticollis (Coleoptera).
Euscepes postfasciatus (Coleoptera).
Megacerus allernratus (Coleoptera).
Palaeopus cost icollis (Coleoptera).
IRIS:
Agromyza sp. (Diptera).
Hofmannophila pseudospretella (Lepidoptera).
Taeniothrips simplex (Thysanoptera).
IXORA:
Coccus viridis (Homoptera).
JASMIN U M:
Haplothrips gowdeyi (Thysanoptera).
JUGLANS:
RhaQolrlis sp. (Diptera).
JUNIPERUS:.
Diaspis visci (Homoptera).
Tortricid (Lepidoptera).
LABURNUM:
Bruchidius villosus (Coleoptera).
LACTUCA:
Agallia product (Homoptera).
Agromyza sp. (Diptera).
Allocoris incogaila (Hemiptera).
Amphicerus cornutus (Coleoptera).
Anacentrinus blanditus (Coleoptera).
Autographa sp. kLepidoptera).
Baldulas elimatus (Ilomoptera).
Ceratocapsus punctulatus (Henmiptera).
Ceutorhynchus sp. (Coleoptera).
Corizus sidae (IHemniptera).
Draeculacephala minerva (Homoptera).
Empoasca abrupta (Homoptera).
Empoasca solana (Homoptera).
Eumecosomyia nubila (Diptera).


LACTUCA-Continued.
Frankliniella walliamnsi (Thysanoptera).
Leucopoecila albofasciala (Hemiptera).
Ligyrocoris setosus (Hemiptera).
Lygaeus Vittisculis (Hemiptera).
Lygus sallei (Hemiptera).
Maerosteles divisus (Homoptera).
Nabis alternata (Hemiptera).
Nabis angustatus (Hemiptera).
Nysius ericae (Hemiptera).
Nysius monticola (Hemiptera).
Plalynota stullana (Lepidoptera).
Platlynota sp. (Lepidoptera).
Pycnoderes quadrimaculatus (Hemiptera).
Scaphyiopius irroratus (Homoptera).
Simulium rirgatum (Diptera).
Sixeonotus areolatus (Hemiptera).
Thrips onausticeps (Thysanoptera).
Tortricid (Lepidoptera).
LAELIA-See Orchidaceae.
LAGERSTRO E MIA:
Coccus viridis (Homoptera).
LAT El Y RUS:
Bruchus affinis (Coleoptera).
Frankliniella cubensis (Thysanoptera).
Haplothrips gowdevi (Thysanoptera).
Psallus seriatus (Hemiptera).
LAURUS:
Parlatoria crotonis (H1omoptera).
Plychopoda sp. (Lepidoptera).
Trioza alacris (Homoptera).
LAVANDULA:
Taeniothrips atratus (Thysanoptera).
LENS:
Bruchus ervi (Coeloptera).
Bruchus lentis (Coleoptera).
Bruchus vpallidicornis (Coleoptera).
LESPEDEZA:
Psychid (Lepidoptera).
LILIUM:
A morbia ernigralella (Lepidoptera).
Frankliniella fortissinma (Thysanoptera).
Frankliniella melanommatus (Thysanoptera).
Haplothrivs gowdeii (Thysanoptera).
Lilioceris lii (Coleoptera).
Liothrips vaneeckei (Thsyanoptera).
Tortricid (Lepidoptera).
LIRIOPE:
Tortricid (Lepidoptera).
LITCHI:
Pachnaeus litus (Coleoptera).
LIVISTONA:
Coccotlrypes pygmaeus (Coleoptera).
LOG:
Bitoma paralella (Coleoptera).
Dinoderus bifoveolatus (Coleoptera).
Hypsipyla grandella (Lepidoptera).
Xyleborus fuscatus (Coleoptera).
LONICERA:
Trypetid.
LYCASTE-See Orchidaceae.
LYCOPERSICUM:
Agromyza sp. (Diptera).
Amorbia emigratella (Lepidoptera).
Autographa sp. (Lepidoptera).
Exptochiomera oblonga (Hemrniptera).
Geotomus parvulus (Hemiptera).
Gnorimoschema gudmannella (Lepidoptera).
Keifera lycopersicella (Coleoptera).
Ligyrocoris nitidulus (Hemiptera).
Lineodes integra (Lepidoptera).
Lorita abornana chatka (Lepidoptera).
Platynota rostrana (Lepidoptera).
Platynota stultana (Lepidoptera).
Platynota sp. (Lepidoptera).
Prodenia latifascia (Lepidoptera).
Setomorpha insectella (Lepidoptera).
Sisamnes contracts (Hemiptera).
Strymon critola (Lepidoptera).
Tortricid (Lepidoptera).
Xyleborus confusus (Coleoptera).
LYCORIS:
Merodon sp. (Diptera).
MAGNOLIA:
Pseudaonidia duplex (Homoptera).
Tnrtricid (Lepidoptera).
IMAHONIA:
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MALUS:
Anastrepha sp. (Diptera).
Epidiaspis piricola (Homoptera).
Eriosoma crataegi (Homoptera).
Forficula auricularia (Orthoptera).
Grapholitha sp. (Lepidoptera).
Lecanium coryli (Homoptera).
Parlatoria oleae (Homoptera).
Rhagoletis pomonella (Diptera).
Tortricid (Lepidoptera).
MAMMEA:
Anastrepha serpentina (Diptera).
Aspidiotus spinosus (Homoptera).
MAMMILLARIA-See Cactaceae.
MANGIFERA:
Anastrepha ludens (Diptera).
Anastrepha mombinpraeoptans (Diptera).
Anastrepha sp. (Diptera).
Au!acaspis mangiferae (Homoptera).
Chrysomphalus dictyospermi var. (Homoptera).
Pseuzidaonidia trilobitiformis (Homoptera).
Sternochetus mangiferae (Coleoptera).
Vinsonia stellifera (Homoptera).
MANIHOT:
Lepidosaphes alba (Homoptera).
MATRICARIA:
Agallia product (Homoptera).
Agromyza sp. (Diptera).
MENTHA:
Agromyza sp. (Diptera).
Frankliniella tenuicornis (Thysanoptera).
Frankliniella williamui (Thysanoptera).
MIMOSA:
Olethreutid (Lepidoptera).
MOMORDICA:
Platynota sp. (Lepidoptera).
MUSA:
Aspidiotus destructor (Homnptera).
Metamasius sericeus (Coleoptera).
Metamasius sericew carbonarius (Coleoptera).
MUSCARI:
Exosoma lusitanica (Coleoptera).
MYRICA:
Tortricid (Lepidoptera).
MYRICARIA:
Conotrachelus sp. (Curculionidae).
MYRTILLOCACTUS-See Cactaceae.
MYRTUS:
Myzus ornatus (Homoptera).
NARCISSUS:
Eumerus sp. (Diptera).
MAferodon sp. (Diptera).
OCHROMA:
Xyleborus confusus (Coleoptera).
ODONTOGLOSSUM-See Orchidaceae.
OLEA:
Dacus oleae (Diptera).
ONCIDIUM-See Orchidcaeae.
ONOBRYCHIS:
Bruchidius gilvus (Coleoptera).
OPUNTIA-See Cactaceae.
ORNITHOGALUM:
Frankliniella schultzei (Th ysanoptera).
-Iaplothrips nigricornis (Thysanoptera).
Taeniothrips fu mosa (Thysanoptera).
Taeniothrips simplex (Th ysanoptera).
ORYZA:
Chilo simplex (Lepidoptera).
Corcyra cephalonica (Lepidoptera).
ORCHIDACEAE:
Agromyza sp. (Diptera).
A naphothrips orchidaceous (Thysanoptera).
Anaphothrips orchidii (Thysanoptera).
Anthonomusfunereus (Coleoptera).
Archimerus scutellaris (Hemi p tera).
Asterolecanium aureum (Homoptera).
Castnia sp. (Lepidoptera).
Cerotoma atrofasciala (Coleoptera).
Chirothrips falsus (Thysanoptera).
Chrysomphalus bowreyi (Homrnoptera).
Chrysomphalus n igropuncfatus (Homoptera).
Chrysomphalus odontoglossi (Homoptera).
Chrysomphalus umboniferus (Homoptera).
Conchaspis angraeci (Homoptera).
Cryphula apicatus (Heemniptera).
Disonycha antonnata (Coleoptera).
Eurydipitia twstitus (Hemiptera).


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Eurytoma orchidearum (Hymenoptera).
Euschistus spurculus (Hemiptera).
Exptochiomera tumrens (Hemiptera).
Frankliniella insularis (Thysanoptera).
Ful'ius bisbistillatus (Hemiptera).
Fultius sp. (Hemiptera).
Furcaspis biformis (Homoptera).
Heraeus cincticornis (Hemiptera).
Hercothrips errands (Thysanoptera).
Herculia psammioxantha (Lepidoptera).
Iridomyrmex in iq u u.s (Hymenoptera).
Iridomyrmex iniquus nigella (Hymenoptera).
Iridomyrmex mellks (Hymenoptera).
Lecaniodiaspis dendrobii (Homoptera).
Lepidosaphes t ubercu Iota (Homoptera).
Leucaspis cockerelli (Homoptera).
Ligyrocoris abdominalis (Hemiptera).
Mamurius mopsus (Hemiptera).
Mertila malayensis (Hemiptera).
Mordellistena cattleyana (Coleoptera).
Mordellistena chapini (Coleoptera).
Mordellistena sp. (Coleopteral.
Mormidea collaris (Hemiptera).
AIormidea c,brosa (Hemiptera0
MAformidea v-luteum (Hemiptera).
Ochlerus notatulus (Hemipl era).
Olethreutid (Lepidoptera)
Orch idophilus aterrimus (Coleoptera).
Orchidonhilus sp. (Coleoptera).
Parallelodiplosi cattleyae (Diptera).
Par latoria pseudaspidiotus (Homoptera).
Phytomyza sp. (Diptera).
Pinnaspis touwnsendi (Homoptera).
Psetdaon idia curculiqinvis (Homoptera).
Pseudaonidia it ilobitiformii (Homoptera)
Pseudishnaspis alienus (Homoptera).
Pseudococcus lilacirus (Homoptera).
Psychid (Lepidoptera).
Pulvinaria floccifera (HItomoptera).
Taeniothrips simplex (T h ysanoptera).
Taeniothrips xanthivs (Thysanoptera).
Tenthecoris bicolor (Hemiptera).
Tetyra pinguis (Iem iptera).
Tineid (Lepidoptera).
Tortrieid (Lepidoptera).
Vatissius diversus (Hemiptera).
Vilga mexicana (Hemiptera).
Vinsonia stellifera (Homoptera).
7ophobas morio (Coleoptera).
PACHYCEREUS-See Cactaceae.
PACKING:
SAcalypta musci (Hemiptera).
Anacaena globulus (Coleoptera).
Apion flavipes (Coleoptera).
Brachyrhints rugosostriatus (Coleoptera).
Cercyon melanocephalus (Coleoptera).
Ceutorhynchus atomus (Coleoptera).
Ceutorhynchus contracts (Coleop tera).
Chrysolina brunsvicensis (Coleoptera).
Corizus parumpunctatus (Henrr iptera).
Cryplopleurum atomarium (Coleoptera).
Drymus sylvaticus (Heriptera).
Eucalandra setulosa (Coleoptera).
Eurydema oleraceum (Hemiptera).
For ficula auricularia (Orthoptera).
Haplothrips aculeatus (Thysanoptera).
Hypera orator (Coleoptera).
Hypera nigrirostris (Coleoptera).
Hypera postica (Coleoptera).
Hypocassida subf~rruQinea (Coleoptera).
Ogdopcosta biannularis (Coleoptera).
Pantomorus.ranthoqraphus (Coleoptera).
Phyllotreta un du aIta (Coleoptera).
Sciaphilus muricatus (Coleoptera).
Sphaeridium bipustulatum (Coleoptera).
Strophosoma melanogrammum (Coleoptera).
Strophosomarufipes (Coleoptera).
Taphropeltus contracts (Hemiptera).
Thyreocoris scarabaeoides (Hem iptera).
Trachyphloeus aristatus (Coleoptera).
Trapezonotus arenarius (Heminiptera).
Troilus luridus (Hemiptera).
PAEONIA:
Brachylacon murinus (Coleoptera).
PALM:
Aspidiotus destructor (Homoptera).
Ceroplastes rubens (Homoptera).


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PANDANUS:
Lepidosaphes chinensis (Homoptera).
Tylococcvs giffardi (Homoptera).
PARKINSONIA:
Phelomerus germaini (Coleoptera).
PEDILANTHUS:
Lepidosaphes carinata (Homoptera).
PELTOPHORUM:
Caryedon sp. (Coleoptera).
PERSEA:
Anastrepha ludens (Diptera).
A nastrepha sp. (Diptera).
Aspidiot us spinosus (Homoptera).
Ceratitiscapiiata (Diptera).
Chrysomphalus dictyospermi var. (Homoptera).
Chrysomphalus personatus (Homoptera).
Conolrachelus sp. (Coleoptera).
Heilipus sp. (Coleoptera).
MAarmara sp. (Lepidoptera).
Stenomo sp. (Lepidoptera).
PETROSELINUM:
Autographa sp. (Lepidoptera).
Franklin iella williamsi (Thysanoptera).
Phyllotreta albion ica (Coleoptera).
PETUNIA:
Cyrtopeltis tenuis (Hemiptera).
Lygus elisus (Hemiptera).
PHALAENOPSIS-See Orchidaceae.
PHASEOLUS LUNATUS MACROCARPUS:
Epinotia opposifa (Lepidoptera).
PHASEOLUS MUNGO RADIATES:
Calloohruchus chinensis (Coleoptera).
PHASEOLUS SP. (string bean):
Agromyza sp., very close to burgessi (Diptera).
Agromyza sp. (Diptera).
Callosobruchus chinensis (Coleoptera).
Chalcodermus sp. (Coleoptera).
Epinotia opposite (Lepidoptera).
Keiferia lycopersicella (Lepidoptera).
Maruca testulalis (Lepidoptera).
Naucles pusio (Coleoptera).
Olethreut id (Lepidoptera).
Pyrausta ,n ubilalis (Lepidoptera).
Tortricid (Lepidoptera).
PHOENIX:
Coccotrypes dactyliperda (Coleoptera).
PHYSALIS:
Zabroles subfasciatus (Coleoptera).
PICEA':
Ernobius abietis (Coleoptera).
Laspeyresia strobileUa (Lepidoptera).
PINUS:
Ips suturalis (Coleoptera).
Leucaspis loewi (Homoptera).
Myelophilus minor (Coleoptera).
Pineus coloradensis (Homoptera).
Pityogenes chalcographus (Coleoptera).
Poliaspis pini (Homoptera).
Ptochoryctis tsugensis (Lepidoptera).
PISTACIA:
Lepidosaphes pislaciae (Homoptera).
Megastigmus pistaciae (Thysanoptera).
PISUM:
Agromyza sp. (Diptera).
Forsebia perlaeta (Lepidoptera).
Fran klinothrips vespiformis (Thysanoptera).
Phyllotreta rittata discedens (Coleoptera).
Phytomyza sp. (Diptera).
Platynota stultana (Lepidoptera).
Zabrotes subfasciatus (Coleoptera).
PODOCARPUS:
Olethreutid (Lepidoptera).
POLIANTHES:
Isorhaetothrips sp. (Thysanoptera).
Tortricid (Lepidoptera).
PORTULACA:
Heliodines bella (Lepidoptera).
Platynota stultana (Lepidoptera).
Psychid (Lepidoptera).
PRIMULA:
Myzus ornatus (Homoptera).
PROSOPIS:
Acanalonia laticosta (Homoptera).
Drasterius cribratus (Coleoptera).
Kalotermes synderi (Isoptora).
Laspeyresia membrosa (Lepidoptera).
Leuronota maculata (Homoptera).
Neuroctenus simplex (Hempitera)


PROSOPIS-Continued.
Olethreutid (Lepidoptera).
Placosternus difficilis (Coleoptera).
Platynota sp. (Lepidoptera).
Psychid (Lepidoptera).
Rhipibruchus picturatus (Coleoptera).
Scirtothrips prosopis (Thysanoptera).
Traxus fulvus (Homoptera).
Vanduzea laeta segmentala (Homoptera).
PRUNUS ARMENIACA:
Anastrepha sp., probably fraterculus (Diptera).
PRUNUS AVIUM SYLVESTRIS:
Anthonomus rectirostris (Coleoptera).
PRUNUS DOMESTIC:
Grapholitha sp., probably molesta (Lepidoptera).
Olethreutid (Lepidoptera).
Parlatoria oleae (Homoptera).
Tortricid (Lepidoptera).
Trypetid (Diptera).
PRUNUS MAHALEB:
Auromyza sp. (Diptera).
PRUNUS SALESII:
Canotrachelus sp. (Coleoptera).
PRUNUS SP. (cherry):
Parlatoria oleae (Homoptera).
PRUNUS SP.:
Lecanium coryli (Homoptera).
Tortricid (Lepidoptera).
PSEUDANANAS:
Phaedon confinis (Coleoptera).
PSIDIUM:
Anastrepha mombinpraeoptans (Diptera).
Anastrepha suspense (Diptera).
Anastrepha sp. (Diptera).
Coccus riridis (Homoptera).
Conotrachelus sp. (Coleoptera).
PUERARIA:
Callosobruchus ademptus (Coleoptera).
PUNICA:
Anaslrepha ludens (Diptera).
Dacus oleae (Diptera).
Ifyelois ceratoniae (Lepidoptera).
PYRUS:
Anastrepha ludens (Diptera).
Anastrepha sp. (Diptera).
Ceratitis capitata (Diptera).
Epidiaspis piricola (Homoptera).
Grapholitha sp. (Lepidoptera).
Lepidosaphes conchiformis (Homoptera).
Parlatoria oleae (Homoptera).
Psallus seriatus (Hem i ptera).
Pseudococcfs gahani (Homoptera).
Psychid (Lepidoptera).
QUERCUS:
Andricus glandium (Hymenoptera).
Callirhyfis glandulosa (Hymenoptera).
Conotrachelus sp. (Coleoptera).
Curculio sp. (Coleoptera).
Tortricid (Lepidoptera).
RADICULA ARMORACIA:
Baris lepidii (Coleoptera).
RADICULA NASTURTIUM AQUATICUMr
Autographa sp. (Lepidoptera).
RAMONDIA:
Myzus ornatuw (Homoptera).
RAPHANUS:
Agromyza sp. (Diptera).
Autographa sp. (Lepidoptera).
Cyrtopelfis tenuis (Henmiptera).
Haplothrips aowdeyi (Thysanoptera).
Hellula phidilealis (Lepidoptera).
Phyllotreta nrittata disi edens (Coleoptera).
Phytomyza sp. (Diptera).
RENANTHERA-See Orchidaeeae.
RHODODENDRON:
Dialeurodes chittendeni (Homoptera).
RIBES:
Epochra sp. (Diptera).
RICINUS:
Tineid (Lepidoptera).
ROSA:
Allantus cinctus (Hymenoptera).
Anoplodera crassipes (Coleoptera).
Frankliniella cephalica (Thysanoptera).
Frankliniella cubensis (Thysanoptera).
Frankliniella fortissimo (Thysanoptera).
Frankliniella insularis (Thysanoptera).
Franklinella williamsi (Thysanoptera).


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ROSA-Continued.
Gastrothrips sp. (Thysanoptera).
1Haplolhrips gowdeyi (Thysanoptera).
Naucles pusio (Coleoptera).
Olethreutid (Lepidoptera).
Spilographa sp., possibly setesa (Diptera).
Tortricid (Lepidoptera).
ROYSTONEA:
Aspidiotus destructor (Homoptera).
SACCHARUM:
Chilo sp. (Lepidoptera).
Pseudococcus boninsis (Homoptera).
Targionia sacchari (Homoptera).
Trionymus sacchari (Homoptera).
SALIX:
OGracilia minuta (Coleoptera).
SALVIA:
Eupteryx melissae (Homoptera).
SAPOTE:
Anastrepha serpentrdina (Diptera).
Anastrepha sp. (Diptera).
SCABIOSA:
Frankliniella fortissima (Thysanoptera).
SEBASTIANIA:
Grapholitha sallitans (Lepidoptera).
SECHIUM:
Tortricid (Lepidoptera).
SENECIO:
Phytomyza sp. (Diptera).
SERJANIA:
Dinoderus biforeolatus (Coleoptera).
Sinoxylon conigerum (Coleoptera).
SINNINGIA:
Brachyrhinus sp. (Coleoptera).
SOBRALIA-See Orchidaceae.
SOIL:
Brachyrhinus sp. (Coleoptera).
Eleodes tricostala (Coleoptera).
Galgupha pundifer (Hemiptera).
Tineid (Lepidoptera).
SOJA:
Cosmolyce boeticus (Lepidoptera).
SOLANUM MELONGENA:
Clerada apicicornis (Hemiptera).
Exptochiomera oblonga (Hemiptera).
Leucopoecila albofasciata (Hemiptera).
Matigramma ruJbrosuffusa (Lepidoptera).
Pachyzandcla periusalis (Lepidoptera).
Tortricid (Lepidoptera).
Xyleborus con fwusu (Coleoptera).
SOLANUM TUBEROSUM:
Epicaerus cognatus (Coleoptera).
BOPHORA:
Tetraleurodes acaciae (Homoptera).
SORBUS:
Parlatoria oleae (Homoptera).
SPARTIUM:
Bruchidius ilosus (Coleoptera).
SPATHOGLOTTIS-See Orchidaceae.
SPINACIA:
Conotrachelus sp., apparently seniculus (Coleop-
tera).
SPONDIAS:
Anastrepha mombinpraeoptans (Diptera).
STANHOPEA-See Orchidaceae.
SWIETENIA:
Hypsipyla grandella (Lepidoptera).
Termes panamaensis (Isoptera).
TABEBUIA:
Brendus mexicanus (Coleoptera).
Cercyon quisquilius (Coleoptera).
Laemophloeus iterafus (Coleoptera).
Neoclytus cacicus (Coleoptera).
Platypus rugulosus (Coleoptera).
Tesserocerus dejeani (Coleoptera).
Tineid (Lepidoptera).
Xyleborus affinis (Coleoptera).
XyleCorus confusus (Coleoptera).
Xyleborus fuscatus (Coleoptera).
Xyleborus propinquus (Coleoptera).
Xyleborus torquatus (Coleoptera).


TAGETES:
Agromyza sp. (Diptera).
Haplothrips gowdeyi (Thysanoptera).
Ligyrocoris nitidicollis (Hemiptera).
Ptychopoda sp. (Lepidoptera).
Stomorpha insectella (Lepidoptera).
Tortricid (Lepidoptera).
Zabrotes subfasciatus (Coleoptera).
TAMARINDUS:
Callosobruchus chinensis (Coleoptera).
Caryedon fuscus (Coleoptera).
Cylas formicarius (Coleoptera).
Myelois sp. (Lepidoptera).
TAMARIX:
Brochymena aculeata (Hemiptera).
Psychid (Lepidoptera).
TAXUS:
Hadrobregmus destructor (Coleoptera).
TERMILNALIA:
Aspidiotus destructor (Homoptera).
THUNBERGIA:
Orthezia praelonga (Homoptera).
TILLANDSIA:
Mormidea pictiventris (Hemiptera).
TITHONIA:
A,4gromyza sp. (Diptera).
Olethreutid (Lepidoptera).
TRICHOGLOTTIS-See Orchidaceae.
TRITONIA:
Iridomyrmex humilis (Hymenoptera).
TROPAEOLUM:
Agromyza sp. (Diptera).
TULIPA:
Endrosbi lacteella (Lepidoptera).
Forficula auricularia (Orthoptera).
Tint id (Lepidoptera).
VACCINIUM:
Olethreutid (Lepidoptera).
Torticid (Lepidoptera).
VALLOTA:
Forficula auricularia (Orthoptera).
VA NDA-See Orchidaceae.
VANILLA-See Orchidaceae.
VICIA:
Apion pomonae (Coleoptera).
Bruchus affinin (Coleoptera).
Bruchus hrachialis (Coleoptera).
Bruchus luteicornis (Coleoptera).
Brchus rufipes (Coleoptera).
Olethrentid (Lepidoptera).
VIGNA:
Callosobruchus analis (Coleoptera).
Zabrotes subfasciat us (Coleoptera).
VITIS:
Phlyctinus callosus (Coleoptpra).
Polychrosis botrana (Lepidoptera).
Psychid (Lepidoptera).
WISTERIA:
Phenacaspis fujicola (Homoptera).
Trypetid (Diptera).
ZAMIA:
Pinnaspis minor strachani (Homoptera).
ZANTEDESOHIA:
Chaetopsis fulifrons (Diptera).
ZEA:
Chilo sp. (Lepidoptera).
Diatraea crambidoides (Lepidoptera).
Euenocerus anthrenoides (Coleoptera).
Eumecosomyia nubila (Diptera).
Euxesta stigmalias (Diptera).
Frankliniella williamsi (Thysanoptera).
Moodna bisinuella (Lepidoptera).
Neurocolpus mericanus (Hemiptera).
Pyroderces sp. (Lepidoptera).
Tineid (Lepidoptera).
ZINNIA:
Agromyza sp. (Diptera).
Haplothrips gowdeyi (Thysanoptera).
Psalus seriatus (Hemiptera).
Trypedtid (Diptera).


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AIRPLANE:
Chrysobothris guatimalensis (Coleoptera).
BARK:
Aspidiotusfabernii (Homoptera).
BOX CONTAINING 4 PEARS AND 4 APPLES:
Ceratitis capitata (Diptera).
BURLAP COVERING FOR FOREST LIT-
TER:
Corcyra cephalonica (I.epidoptera).
DEBRIS IN BOX OF CUCUMBERS:
Dacus cucurbitae (Diptera).
EMPTY BOX CAR:
Anasa uhleri (Hemiptera).
FLOWERS:
Allocoris incognita (Hemiptera).
Anaphothrips orchidaceus (Thysanoptera).
Anthronomus mexicanus (Coleoptera).
Aufeius impressicotlis (Hem iptera).
Berginus nigricolor (Coleoptera).
Bolbonota pictipennis (Homoptera).
Carsidara dugesii (Homoptera).
Chirothrips falsus (Thysanoptera).
Corizus sidae (Hemiptera).
Cydamus borealis (Hemiptera).
Cyrtopeltis tennis (Hemiptera).
Cyrtopeltis variants (Hemiptera).
Dysdercus mimulus (Coleoptera).
Empoasca abrupta (Homoptera).
Euschistus obscurus (Hemiptera).
Exitianus obscurinervis (Homoptera).
Frankliniella cephalica (Thysanoptera).
FraNkliniella fortissimo (Thysanoptera).
Frankliniella williamsi (Thysanoptera).
Franklinolhrips vespiformis (Thvysanoptera).
Haplothrips gowdeyi (Thvsanoptera).
Homoeosoma electetlum (Lepidoptera).
Hypsoprora noqalata (Homnoptera).
Leucopoecila albofasciala (Hemiptera).
Nricobium hirtum (Coleoptera).
Phlepsius utahnus (Homoptera).
Taeniothrpis simplex (Thysanoptera).
Tortricid (Leuidoptera).
Trypetid (Diptera).
GALLS ON FLOWER STEM:
Tineid (Lepidoptera).
IN BAG CONTAINING PAPAYA:
Toxotrypana curvicauda (Diptera).


IN SACKS OF MANGOES:
Anastrepha mombinpraeoptans (Diptera).
IN SOIL AROUND ROOTS OF CYPRIPEDI-
UM PLANT:
Iridomyrmex iniquus (Hymenoptera).
LEAF:
Brachystylus tamaulij anus (Coleoptera).
Chrysomphalus personatus (Homoptera).
Cligenes delineata (Hemrniptera).
Eustictus minimus (Hemiptera).
Nysius monlicola (Hemiptera).
Oiarus concinnulus (Homoptera).
Tineid (Lepidoptera).
MIXED FRUIT:
Afyelois sp. (Lepidoptera).
ON CASES OF BITTER ORANGES:
Ceratitis capitata (Diptera).
ON DECK OF SHIP ON WHICH ORANGES
HAD BEEN STORED:
Ceratitis capitata (Diptera).
ON WALL IN HOLD OF SHIP:
Ceratitis capitata (Diptera).
PLANT:
Cerapachys auqustae (Hymenoptera).
Chrysolina variants centaura (Coleoptera).
ROOT:
Andricus ruginosus (Hymenoptera).
RHIZOME:
Trypetid (Diptera).
RYE STRAW JACKET WITH VETCH:
Bruchus loti (Coleoptera).
SEED:
Bruchus tristiculus (Coleoptera).
Eus permoi haqus cardui (Coleoptera).
Trypetid (Diptera).
STRAW JACKET:
Hofmannoph ila i seudosj. retrella (Lepidoptera).
WEED:
Cylindrocot lurus armatus (Coleoptera).
WOOD:
Hcteroboslrychiis aequalis (Coleoptera).
Lei erisin us fraxini (Coleoptera).
Micra] ate sca. ularis (Coleoptera).
Nicobiu m castaneum (Coleoptera).
Olio merus brunneus (Coleoptera).


Country of origin and insects


AMERICAN SAMOA:
Tylococcus Qiffardi Ehrh.
AMERICAN VIRGIN ISLANDS:
Anastrepha mombinpraeoplans Sein.
Chrysomphalus versonatus (Comst.).
MAaruca testulqlis (Geyer).
Tarqionia hartii (Ckll.).
ANGOLA:
Cylas femoralis Faust.
Cylas puncticollis Boh.
Stephanoderes hampei Ferr.
ANTIGUA:
Palaeopus costicollis Marsh.
Targionia hartii (Ckll.).
TargQionia sacchari (Ckll.).
ARGENTINA:
Agromyza sp.
A nastrepha sp., prob. fraterculus (Wied.).
Anastrepha sp.
Pantomorus xa nth ographus (Germ.).
Parlatoria oleae (Colvee).
Psychid.
AUSTRALIA:
Brontes australis Erickson.
Lepidosaphes tuberculata Mal.
Leucaspis cockerelli (deCharm).
Platypus australis Chapuis.
Taeniothrips simpler (Morison).
Xyleborus kraatzi Eichh.
AZORES:
Curculio sp.
Iridomyrmex humilis Mayr.
Laspeyresia splendana (Hbn.).
Targionia bromeliae ("Newst." Leon.).


BAHAMAS:
Aspidiotus destructor Sign.
Aspidiotus herculeantus D. & H.
Diatraea crambidoides (Grote).
Fran kliniella insularis (Frank.).
Haplothrips gowdeyi Hood.
Lepidosaphes alba (Ckll.).
Lepidosaphes lasianthi (Green).
BALUCHISTAN:
Callosobruchus analis (F.).
BARBADOS:
1loplandrothrips xanthopoides Bagn.
Targionia hartii (Ckll.).
BELGIUM:
Amphorophora azaleae Mason.
Barathra brassicae (L.).
Brachyrhinus porcatus (Hbst.).
Brachyrhinus sp.
Ceutorhyfchvs sp.
Chrysolina varians centaura (Hbst.).
Frankliniella tenuicornis (Uzel).
Gracilia minute (F.).
Haplothrips subtilissimus (Haliday).
Iridomyrmex iniquus Mayr.
Lepidosaphes tuberculata Malen.
Napomyza lateralis Fallen.
Ophiomriia pinguis (Fall.).
BERMUDA:
Crocidosema plebeiana Zell.
Frankliniella insularis Frank.
Frankliniella .melanommatus Willian s.
Haplotbrips gowdeyi Frank.
7 aen ioth rips simplex (Mforison).
Tineid.


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BRAZIL:
Agromyza sp.
Aspidiotus destructor Sign.
Asterolecanium aureum (Bdv.).
Asterolecanium urichi Ckll.
Castnia sp.
Ceratitis capitata (WVied.).
Chrysomphalus personatus (Comst.).
Coccotrypes bassiaerorus Hopk.
Coccus viridis (Green).
Conotrachelus sp.
Eumecosomyia nubila (Wied.).
Euscepes postfasciatus Fairm.
Furcaspis biformis (Ckll.).
Gymnaspis aechmeae Newst.
Haplothrips gowdeyi Frank].
Mlaruca testulalis (Gey.).
Afordellistena sp., prob. cattleyana Champ.
Mtordellistena sp., prob. chapini Ray.
AMordellistena sp.
Mormidea r-luteum (Licht.).
Parlatoria cinerea Hadden.
Pectinophora gossypiella (Saund.).
Phaedon confinis (Kiug).
Pseudaonidia trilobitiformis (Green).
Stephanoderes ha mpei Ferr.
letyra pinguis (Germ.).
7abrotes subfasciatus (Bob.).
BRITISH COLUMBIA:
Allantus cinctus (L.).
Olethreutid.
BRITISH EAST AFRICA:
Stephanoderes ha mpei Ferr.
BRITISH HONDURAS:
Parlatoria crotonis (Douglas).
BRITISH WEST INDIES:
Haplothrips gowdeyi Frankl.
CANADA:
Anoplodera cragssipes Lee.
Brachyrhinus sp.
Forflcula auricularia (L.).
Hadrobregmus destructor Fisher.
Pineus coloradensis (Gill.).
Ptinus japonicus Reitt.
Riagoletis pomonella (Walsh).
Spilographa sp., possibly setesa Doane.
Stephanoderes ha mpei Ferr.
Taeniothrips atratus (Hal.).
Tortricid.
CANAL ZONE:
Agromyza sp.
Conchaspis angraeci Ckll.
Conotrachelus sp.
Furcaspis biformis (CkllI.).
Haptothrips gowdeyi Frank].
Parallelodiplosis cattleyae Felt.
Taeniothrips simplex (Morison).
CHILE:
Megalometis chiliensis Boh.
Nemapogon granella (L.).
Olethreutid.
Platynota sp.
Pseudococcus gaha n i Green.
Rhipibruchus picturatus (Fahr.).
Taeniothrips simplex (Morison).
Tineid.
Tortricid.
CHINA:
Callosobruchus chinensis (L.).
Cylas formicarius (F.).
Endrosis lacteella (Schiff.).
Lepidosaphes chinensis Chamberlin.
Myazus hemerocallis Taka.
Parlatoria ziziphus (Lucas).
COLOMBIA:
Anaphothrips orchidaceus Bagnall.
Anastrepha sp., prob. serpenlina (Wied.).
Coccus viridis (Green).
Conotrachelus sp.
Eurytoma orclidearura (Westw.).
Frankliniella insulari. Frankl.
Fulvius bisbistill/tu s (Stal).
Furcaspis biformis (Ckll.).
Haplothrips gowdeyi Frankl.
Herculia psammioxantha Dyar.
Iridomyrmex iniquus Mayr.


COLOMBIA-Continued.
IridomyrmeT iniquns niqella Emery.
Lecaniodiaspis dendrobii Dougl.).
leucoptera coffeella (G uer.).
Jtlordellistena cattleyana Champ.
Mordellistena chaI ini Ray.
.Mordellistena sp.
Ochleruns notatulus Bredd.
Tenthecoris bicolor Scott.
Tineid.
Zophobas morio (F.).
COOK ISLANDS:
Aspidiotus destructor Sign.
COSTA RICA:
Anastrej ha sp.
Asterolecanium aureu m (Bdv.).
Concha;. is angraeci Ckll.
Afordellistena sp.
Pulrinaria floccifera (Westw.).
CUBA:
Agromyza sp.
Aleurocanthus w'oglumi Ashby.
Anastre,.ha mombintraeol, ans Sein.
Anastrepha susensa (Lw.).
Anastrepha sp.
Ascia monuste (L.).
Aspidiolus destructoi Sign.
Asp.idiotus fabern ii Houser.
Aspidiotus sinosus Comst.
Ataenius terminatis (Chevr.).
Autographa sp.
Chalcodermus sp.
Clerada alicicornis Sign.
Cccus riyidis (Green).
Crocidosema plebeiana Zell.
Cylasformicarius (F.).
Cymoninus notabilis (Dist.).
Cyrtopeltis tennis Reut.
Diaphainia sp.
Faustinus cubae (Boh.).
Frankliniella cubensis Hood.
Frankliniella insiularis Frank].
Franklinothrips respiformis Crawf.
Furcospis biformis (Ckl\.).
Gnorimoschemna qudmannella (WIsrr.).
Gynai ikothrips uzeli (Zimm.).
Haplothnrps goirdeyi Frank].
Hellula phidilealis (Wlk.).
Hercothrips phaseoli Hood.
Hortensia similis (Walk.).
Keiferia lyccpersicella (Busck).
Leucopoecila albofascia/a Reut.
Lineodes integra (Zell.).
Liriomyza flareola Fall.
Afetqma.ius sericeus Oliv.
A yelois sp.
Oedaneala dorsilinea A. & S.
Pachnaeus litus Germ.
Pachyzanlna I eriusalis (Wlk.).
Palaenpus costicollis Marsh.
Parlatoria crotonis Douglas.
Photinus nefarius E. 0.
Phyllothaqa analis (Burm.).
Phyllotreta rittata discedens Weise.
Phytomyza sp.
Pinnasx is minor strachani (Cooley).
Platynota rostrana (Wlk.).
Platynota sp.
Pseudococcus boninsis Kuw.
Pseudo; arlatoria ostreata (Ckll.).
Pycnoderes quadrimaculatus Guer.
PyroX us sa X hirinus Gyll.
Pyroderces sp.
Rib-ua inncxia Hein.
Systena basalis Jacq.
Taeniothril s simr lex (Morison).
Targionia bromeliae (Leon.).
Targionia hartii (Ckll.).
Targoionia sacchari (Ckll.).
Tineid.
Tortricid.
Vinsonia steUifera (Westw.).
Xyleborus confujus Eichh.
Zahrotes subfasciatus Boh.
CYPRUS:
Bruchus lentis Froh.


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DENMARK:
Anacaena globulus Payk.
Anthonomus rectirostris L.
AT. ion flavi, es Payk.
Cercyon melanocel-halus L.
Ceutorhynchus atomus Boh.
Ceutorhynchus contracts (Marsh.).
Chrysolina brunsvicensis Gray.
Corizus parumpunctat u s (Schill.).
Cryptopleurum atomarium F.
Drymus sylvaticus (F.).
Eumerus sp.
Eurydema oleraceum (L.).
Haplothrips aculeatus F.
Hypera arator L.
Hypera nigrirostris F.
Phyllolreta undulata Kutsch.
Sciaphilus muricatus F.
Sphaeridium bipustulatum F.
Strophosoma melanogrammus Forst.
Strophosoma rufipes Steph.
Thyreocoris scarabaeoides (L.).
Trachyphloeus aristatus (Gyll.).
Trapezonotus arenarius (L.).
Troilus luridus (F.).
DOMINICA:
Aleurocanthus woglumi Ashby.
Aonidiella comperei McKenzie.
DOMINICAN REPUBLIC:
Anastrepha monbinpraeoptans Sein.
Asterolecanium aureum (Bdv.).
Coccus viridis (Green).
Conchaspis angraeci Ckll.
Cylas formicarius (F.).
Euscepes postfasciatus Fairm.
Maruca testulalis (Gey.)
Tineid.
Vinsonia stellifera (Westw.).
DUTCH GUIANA:
Stenoma anonella Sepp.
DUTCH WEST INDIES:
Dinoderus bifoveolatus Woll.
Xyleborus fuscatus Eichh.
ECUADOR:
Anaphothrips secticornis (Trybom).
Conchaspis angraeci Ckll.
Stenoma sp.
Xyleborus confusus Eichh.
EGYPT:
Callosobruchus chinensis (L.).
Pectinophora gossypiella (Saund.).
ENGLAND:
Allantus cinctus (L.).
Anaphothrips orchidaceous Bagn.
Antliarhinus zamiae Thunb.
Aphis rumicis L.
Apion pomonae (F.)
Brachyrhinus sp.
Bruchidius villosus (F.).
Bruchus affinis Froh.
Bruchus luteicornis Ill.
Ceutorhynchus pleurostigma (Marsh).
Ceutorhynchus sp.
Dialeurodes chittendeni Laing.
Eriosoma crataegi (Oestl.).
Eupteryx melissae Curt.
Forficula auricularia L.
Gracilia minute (F.).
Hofmannophila pseudostretella (Staint.).
Hylesinus fraxini Panz.
Lecanium coryli (L.).
Leperisinus fraxini Panz.
Liothrips vaneeckei Pr.
Myzus ornatus Laing.
Pseudococcus gahani Green.
Psila rosae (F.).
Pulvinaria floccifera (Westw.).
Taeniothrips atratus Hal.
Tortricid.
Trioza alacris Flor.
ESTONIA:
Ceutorhynchus sp.
FIJI:
Leucaspis cockerelli (deCharm.).
FINLAND:
Ips suturalis Gyll.
Pityogenes chalcographus (L.).
Psila rosae (F.).


FRANCE:
Agromyza sp.
Apion pomonae (F.).
Autographa sp.
Brachyrhin us rugosostrialus (Goeze).
Bruchidius villosus (F.).
Bruchus affinis Froh.
Bruchus loti Payk.
Bruchus luteicornis Ill.
Bruchus rufipes Hbst.
Callosobruchus ademptus (Sharp).
Ceutorhynchus pleurostigma (Marsh.).
Ceutorhynchus sp.
CoccolTrypes dactyliperda (F.)
Halimococcus lampas (Ckll.).
Hypera postica Gyll.
Iridomyrmex melleus Whir.
Lilioceris lilii (Scop.).
Liothrips vaneeckei Pr.
Olethreutid.
Phelomerus germaini Pic.
Psila rosae (F.).
Psylliodes chrysocephala (L.).
Pulvinaria floccifera (Westw.).
Taphropeltus contracts (H. S.).
Thrips angusticeps Uz.
GERMANY:
Bruchidius villosus (F.).
Bruchus affinis Froh.
Bruchus brachialis Fahr.
Ceratitis capitata (Wied.).
Ceutorhynchus sp.
Ernobius abietis (F.).
Laspeyresia strobilella (L.).
Ptychopoda sp.
Taeniothrips ericae Hal.
GREECE:
Acanthoscelides spinipes (Er.).
Anuraphis cynariella (Theob.).
Bruchus luteicornis Ill.
Lepidosaphes pistaciae Arch.
Myelois ceratoniae Zell.
Parlatoria oleae (Colvee).
Thrips angusticeps Uz.
GRENADA:
Aulacaspis mangiferae Newst.
Chrysomphalus dictyospermi (Morg.) var.
GUADELOUPE:
Pseudaonidia tesserata (de Charm.).
GUATEMALA:
Anaphothrips orchidaceus Bagnall.
Anastrepha sp.
AonidieUlla comperei McKenzie.
Aspidiotus destructor Sign.
Berginus nigricolor Champ.
Cerotoma atrofasciata Jac.
Conotrachelus sp.
Cryphula apicatus (Dist.).
Cydamus borealis Dist.
Cyrtopeltis tennis Reut.
Eurycipitia vestitus (Dist.).
Euschistus spurculus Stal.
Laemophloeus iteratus Sharp.
Ligyrocoris abdominalis (Guer.).
Metamasius sericeus carbonarius Chev.
Mordellistena sp., near chapini Ray.
Mordellistena sp.
Neoclytus cacicus Chevr.
Platypus rugulosus Chapuis.
Pseudischnaspis alienus (Newst.).
Taenioth rips simplex (Morison).
Targionia sacchari (Ckll.).
Tesserocerus dejeani Chapuis.
Tineid.
Vatissius diversus Dist.
Xyleborus affinis Eichh.
Xyleborus confusus Eichh.
Xyleborus fuscatus Eichh.
Xyleborus propinquus Eichh.
HAITI:
Anastrepha monbinpraeoptans Sein.
Anastrepha sp.
Aspidiotus destructor Sign.
Cylas formicarius (F.).
Euscepes postfasciatus Fairm.
Maruca testulalis (Geyer).


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HAWAII:
Callosobruchus chinensis (L.).
Ceratitis capitata (Wied.).
Ceroplastes rubens Mask.
Coccus viridis (Green).
Cosmolyce boeticus (L.).
Dacus cucurbilae (Coq.).
Diocatandra taitensis Guernm.
Furcaspis biformis (Ckll.).
Lepidosaphes auriculata (Green).
Maruca testulalis (Geyer).
.Megacerus atternatus Bridwell.
Parlaloria ziziphus (Lucas).
Pectinophora gossypiella (Saund.).
Pseudaonidia clavigera (Okll.).
Pseudaonidia tesserata (deCharm.).
Ripersia palmarum (Ehrh.).
Sternochetus mangiferae F.
Taeniothrips hawaiiensis (Morg.).
Trionymus sacchari (Ckll.).
HONDURAS:
Anastrepha serpentina (Wied.).
Anaslrepha sp., prob. mombinpraeoptans Sein.
Anastrepha sp., prob. serpeniina (Wied.).
Bolbonola pictipennis Fairm.
Brentus mexicanus Boh.
Cercyon quisquilius L.
Chrysomphalus bowreyi (Ckll.).
Eurycipitia vestitus Dist.
Hypsipyla grandella (Zell.).
AIetamasius sericeus Oliv.
Platypus rugulosus Chapuis.
Taeniothrips simplex (M orison).
Tenihecoris bicolor Scott.
Termes panamaensis Snyder.
Tesserocerus dejeani Chapuis.
Tineid.
HUNGRY:
Bruchus brachialis Fahr.
Bruchus rufipes Hbst.
INDIA:
Callosobruchus analis (F.).
Corcyra cephalonica (Staint.).
Cylas formicarius F.
Dinoderus bifoveolatus Wolls.
Heterobostrychus aequalis Waterh.
Afertila malayensis Dist.
Pulvinaria floccifera (Westw.).
Sinoxylon anale Lesne.
IRELAND:
Allantus cinctus (L).
Psila rosae (F.).
Rhinocola ericae Curt.
ITALIAN SOMALILAND:
Caryedon sp.
ITALY:
Acalypta parvula (Fall.).
Acrolepia assectelta (Zell.).
Agriotes sp.
Agromyza sp.
Bruchidius gilvus (Gyll.).
Bruchidius lividimanus retamae (Vogel).
Bruchidius villosus (F.).
Bruchus brachialis Fahr.
Bruchus pallidicornis (Boh.).
Callosobruchus chinensis (L.).
'Ceratitis capitata (Wied.).
Ceroplastes rusci (L.).
,Ceutorhynchus quadridens (Panz.).
Ceutorhynchus sp., possibly rapae Gyll.
Ceulorhynchus sp.
Creontiades pallidus (Ramnib.).
Curculio sp.
Dacus oleae Gmel.
Diaspis visci (Schr.).
Epidia.pis piricola (del Guer.).
Euspermophagus cardui (Boh.).
Grapholitha sp.
Hypoborus ficus Er.
Hypocassida subferruginea (Schr.).
Ischnorhynchus ericae Horv.
Laspeyresia splendana (Hbn.).
Lepidosaphes ficus (Sign.).
.lecinus circulalus (Marsh.).
Megastigm us pistaciae Walk.
Myelois ceratoniae Zell.
Myelois sap.
Nicobium castaneum Oliv.


ITALY-Continued.
Oligomerus brunneus (Oliv.)
Parlatoria oleae (Colvee).
Parlatoria ziziphus (Lucas).
Pectinophora gossypiella (Saund.).
Phytomyza sp.
Plinthisus brevipennis (Latr.)
Pogonocherus hispidulus (Piller).
Polychrosis botrana (Schiff.).
Pseudaonidia paeoniae (Ckll.)
Psila rosae (F.).
Psylliodes chrysocephala (L.).
Sitona limosa Rossi.
Thrips angusticeps Uzel.
Tineid.
Trioza alacris Flor.
Tropistethus fasciatus Ferr.
JAMAICA:
Agromyza sp.
Aleurocanthus woglumi Ashby.
Anastrepha mombinpraeoptans Sein.
Bruchus luteicornis Ill.
Caryedon fuscus (Goeze).
Chrysomphalus odontoglossi (CkUll.).
Coccus viridis (Green).
Cylas formicarius F.
Cyrtopeltis tenuis Reut.
Euscepes postfasciatus Fairm.
Frankliniella insularis Frankl.
Frankliniella melanommatus Wins.
Haplothrips gowdeyi Frankl.
Kurtomathrips sp., close to morrili Moulton.
Orthezia praelonga Dougl,
Palaeopus costicollis Marshall.
Taeniothrips simplex (Morison).
Tineid.
JAPAN:
Adoxophyes privatana Walker.
Agromyza sp.
Aleuroptatus mammaeferus Q. & B.
Anaphothrips orchidii (Moulton).
Aspidiotus destructor Sign.
Callosobruchus ademptus (Sharp).
Callosobruchus chinensis (L.).
Ceroplastes rubens Mask.
Chilo simplex (Butl.).
Chionaspis yanonensis (Kuw.).
Coptolermes formosanus Shiraki.
Cosmolyce boeticus (L.).
Curculio sp.
Epidiaspis piricola (del Guer.).
Grapholitha sp., prob. molesta Busck.
Grapholitha sp.
Hellula undalis (F.).
Hercothrips errans (W illianms).
Laspeyresia splendana Hbn.
Lepidosaphes camelliae Hoke.
Lepidosaphes conchiformis (Gmel.).
Lepidosaphes lasianthi (Green).
Lepidosaphes tuberculata (Malen.).
Liothrips raneeckei Pr.
Maruca testulalis (Geyer).
Olethreutid.
Parlatoria ca melliae Comst.
Parlatoria theae Ckll.
Phenacaspis fujicola Kuw.
Phytomyza sp.
Poliaspis pini Mask.
Pseudaonidia duplex (Ckll.).
Pseudaonidia paeoniae (Ckll.).
Pseudococcus ciiriculus Green.
Pseudococcus kraunhiae (Kuw.).
Psychid.
Ptochoryclis Isugensis Kearf.
Pyrausta nubilalis (Hbn.).
Taeniolhrips xanthius Hood.
Tortricid.
Trypetid.
JAVA:
Parlatoria pseudaspidiotus Ldgr.
Parlatoria ziziphus (Lucas).
Prays endocarpa Meyr.
Pseudaonidia trilobiliformis (Green).
Pseudococcus citriculus Green.
Pseudococcus lilacinus Ckll.
Stephanoderes hampei Ferr.
LIBERIA:
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MANCHURIA:
Agromyza sp.
Curculio sp.
Pectinophora gossypiella (Saund.).
MARTINIQUE:
Trionymus sacchari (Ckll.).
MEXICO:
Acanalonia laticosta Doer.
Acanthoscelides dominicanus (Jek.).
Acmaeodera tubulus (F.).
Aeolothrips duvali Moulton.
Agallia product 0. & B.
Agromyza sp., very close to burgess Mall.
Agromyza sp.
Aleurodicus manni Baker.
Allocoris incognita MecA. & I .
Allocoris interupta (Mall.)
Alpheias conspirata Hein.
Alpheias sp.
Amorbia emigratella Busck.
Amphicerus cornutus (Pallas).
Aniacentrinus blanditus Csy.
Anaphothrips orchidaceus Bagn.
Anasa uhleri Stal.
Anastrepha distinct Greene.
Anastrepha fraterculus (Wied.).
Anastrepha ludens (Lw.).
A naslrepha mombinpraeoplans Sein.
Anastrepha serpentina (W ied.).
Anastrepha sp.
Andricus ruginosus Bassett.
Anthonomusfunereus Champ.
Anthonomus mexicanus Bobh.
Archimerus scutellaris (Stal).
Arvelius albopunctatus (Deg.).
Asterolecanium aureum (Bdv.).
Aufeius impressicolis Stal.
Autlographa sp.
Baldulus elimatus (Ball).
Brachystylus tamaulipanus Champ.
Brochymena aculeata Dist.
Brochymena sulcata Van D.
Bucculatrix sp., prob. th urberiella Busek.
Bythoscopus misellus (Stal).
Calgupha punctifer MIcA. & M.
Carsidara dugesii Loew.
Cerapachys augustae Whrk.
Ceratocapsus punctulafus (Reut.).
Chaetopsis fulvifrons Macq.
Chalcodermus sp.
Chilo sp.
Chirothrips falsus Pr.
Chrysobothris guatemalensis Thorns.
Chrysomphalus dictyospermi (Morg.) var.
Chrysomphalus nigropunctatlus (Ckll.).
Chrysomphalus personatus (Comst.).
Cligenes delinea/a (Dist.).
Conotrachelus flavangulus Champ.
Conotrachelus leucophaeatus Fahr.
Conotrachelus sp., possibly nenuphar (Hbst.).
Conotrachelus sp., apparently seniculus Lee.
Conotrachelus sp.
Corizus sidae (F.).
Crocidosema plebeiana Zell.
Curculio sp.
Cylas formicarius (F.).
Cylindrocopturus armatus Champ.
Cyrtopellis tenuis Rent.
Cyrtopelfis varians (Dist.).
Delphacodes campestris (VanD.).
Diaphania sp.
Dikraneura cockerelli Gill.
Disonycha antennata Jae.
Draeculacephala minerva Ball.
Draeculacephala portola Ball.
Drasterius cribratus Lee.
Dvsdercus mimulwu Hussey.
Eleodes tricostata Say.
Empoasca abrupta DeL.
Empoasca solana DeL.
Epicaerus cognatus Sharp.
Epilachna varivestis Muls.
Epinotia opposite Hein.
Epochra sp.
Eucalandra setulosa (Gyll.).
Euenocerus anthrenoides Sharp.
Eumecosom.ia nubila (Wied.).
Euryophthalmu.s cinctus (H. S.).


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Euschistus obscurus (P. B.).
Eu.stictus minimus Kagt.
Euxesta stigmatias Lw.
Exitian us obscurinervis (Stal).
Explochiomera oblonga (Stal).
Forsebia perlaela (Hy. Edw.).
Frankliniella cephalica (Crawf.).
Frankliniella fortissima Pr.
Frankliniella williamsi Hood.
Franklinothrips vespiformis (Crawf.).
Gastrothrips sp.
Geocoris sonoraensis VanD.
Geolomus parrvulus Sign.
Gerslaeckeria mulillaria (Gerst.).
Gnorimoschema qudmannella (Wlsm.).
Grapholitha saltilans Westwood.
Grapholitha sp.
Haploth rips gowdeyi (Frankl.).
Heilipus sp.
Heliodines bella Chambers.
Homoeosoma electellum (Hist.).
f-ypsipyla grandella (Zell.).
Hypsoprora -nogalata Ball.
Isochaeloth rips sp.
Kalotermes snyderi Light.
Keiferia lycopersicella (Busek).
Laspeyresia membrosa Hein.
Lepidosaphes carinata (Ckll.).
Lep idosaph es ph ilococcu s (C k 11I.).
Leptodictya plana Heid.
Leucopoecila albofasciala Reut.
Leuronota maculata (Crawf.).
Ligyrocoris nitidicollis S tal.
Ligyrocoris nilidulus (Uhl.).
Ligyrocoris setosus (Stal).
Lineodes integra (Zell.).
Lophocateres pusillus (Klug).
Lorita abornana Busck.
Lorita abornana chalka Busck.
Lygaeus lateralis Dall.
Lygaeus pulchellus F.
Lygaeus ritliscutis Stal.
Lygus elisus Van D.
Lygus sallei Stal.
Macrosteles divisus (Uhl.).
Mamurius mopsus Stal.
Marmara sp., near opuntiella Busek.
Miarmara sp.
Matigramma rubrosuffusa Grt.
Metamasiuw sericeus Oliv.
Micrapate scapularis (Gorh.).
Moneilma opuntiae Fisher.
Monotoma centralis Sharp.
Moodna bisinuella Hamp.
.Mordellistena chapini Ray.
Alordellistena sp.
Mormidea collaris Dall.
Mormidea cubrosa (Dall.).
Mormidea pictiventris Stal.
Myelois venipars Dyar.
Myelois sp.
Nabis alternata Parsh.
Nabis angustatus Parsh.
Naucles pusio (Lee.).
Neella generosa (Stal.).
Nesosteles incisus (Mats.).
Neurocotpus mericanus Dist.
Neuroctanus simplex Uhl.
Nicobiu m hirtum 111.
Nyisius ericne (Schill.).
Nysiu.i monticola Dist.
Ogdoecosta hiannularis (Bob.).
Olethreutid.
Oliarus concinnuivs Fowl.
Orthaea bilobata (Say).
Orthaea sercillei (Guer.).
Orthaea vincta (Say).
Pectinophora gossypiella (Saund.).
Peregrinus maidis (Ashin.).
Phlepsius utahnus Ball.
Phyllotreta albionica (Lee.).
Physonota attenuata Boh.
Phytomyza sp.
Pin naspis minor Mask. var.
Placosternus difficilis (Chevr.).
Plotynota stuttana (Wlsm.).
Plaiynota sp.


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MEXICO-Continued.
Platypus rugulosus Chapuis.
Pleurophorus batesi Arr.
Prodenia latifascia (Wlk.).
Protopudvinaria pyriformis (Ckll.).
Psanllus serialus (Reut.).
Pseudococcus boninsis (Kuw.).
Psila rosae Fab.
Psychid.
Ptychopoda bonifata (Hist.).
Ptychopoda sp.
Pulhinaria floccifera (Westw.).
Pycnoderes quadrimaculatus Guer.
Pyroderces sp.
Rhagoletis pomonella (Walsh).
Rhagoletis sp.
Rhinacloa forticormnis Reut.
Scaphytopius irroratus (VanD.).
Scirtothrips prosopis Hood.
Setomorpha inseciella (F.).
Simulium virgatum Coq.
Sisamnes contracts Dist.
Sixeonolus areolatus Kngt.
Stenoma sp.
Stephanoderes guatemalensis Hopk.
StTymon crfUola Hew.
Sylepta silicalis (Gn.).
Taeniothrips simplex (Morison).
Teleonemia nigrina Champ.
Teleonemia sorupulosa Champ.
Temnochila metallica Perch.
Tetraleurodes acaciae (Quaint.).
Tineid.
Tortricid.
Traxusfulvus Mete.
Trialeurodes varia Q. & B.
Trionymus sacchari (CkU.).
Trogoxylon prostomoides Gorh.
Trypetid.
Vanduzea laeta segmentala (Fowl.).
VUaa mexicana Dist.
Xyleborus affinis Eiehh.
Xyleborus confuses Eichh.
Xyle'orus fuscat us Eichh.
Xyleborus torquatus Eichh.
Zabrotes suhfasciatuw (Bob.).
MOROCCO:
Ceutorhynchus sp.
Exosoma uIwitan ica L.
Psylliodes chrysocephala (L.).
NETHERLANDS:
Aqromyza sp.
Allantus cinctus (L.).
Amphorophora azaleae Mason.
Apion pomonae (F.).
Barathra brassicae (L.).
Brachyrhinus sp.
Bruchus affinis Froh.
Bruchus luteicornis I11.
Callosobruchus ademptus Sharp.
Ceutorhynchus pleurostigma (Marsh.).
Ceutorhynchus spe.
Endrosis lacteella (Schiff.).
Eumerus sp.
Forficula auricularia L.
Frankliniella tenuicornis (Uzel).
Oracilia minute (F.).
Hofma nn a ophilan pseudospretella (Staint.).
MAerodon sp.
Myelcphilus minor Hartig.
Phyllotreta undulala (Kutseh.).
Phytomyza sp.
Psila rose (F.).
Sitona lineata L.
Tineid.
Stephanoderes hampei Ferr.
Trionymus peregrinus (Green).
NEWFOUNDLAND:
Olethreutid.
Tortricid.
NEW ZEALAND:
Eriosoma cralaegi (Oestl.).
Taeniolhrips simplex (Morison).
NICARAGUA:
Acanlhoscelides domirnicanus Jek.
Laemophloeus iteratus Sharp.
Platypus rugulosus Chapuis.


NICARAGUA-Continued.
Xyleborusfuscatus Eichh.
Xyleborus propinquus Eichh.
NORWAY:
Pityogenes chalcographus (L.).
PALESTINE:
Ceratitis sp.
Parlatoria cinerea Hadden.
PANAM A:
Amblycerus nigromarginatus (Mots.).
Anastrepha sp.
Aspidiotus destructor Sign.
Cephaloleia pretiosa Baly.
Daclylosterriurnm central Sharp.
Diaphania sp.
Eumecosomyia nubila Wied.
Frankliniella cephalinca (Crawf.).
Fulvius quadristellatus (Stal).
Furcaspis biformis (Ckll.).
Leucaspis cockerelli deCharm.
Platypus rugulosus Chapu is.
Taeniothrips simplex (Morison).
Tapinoma melanocephalum (F.).
Tortricid.
PERU:
Dinoderus biforeolatus Woll.
Taeniothrips simplex (Morison).
PHILIPPINES:
Anaphothrips orchidii (Moulton).
Aspidiotus coryphae Ckll.
Bitoma parallel (Sharp).
Corcyra cephalonica (Staint.).
Curculio sp.
Diocalandra taitensis Guer.
Furcaspis biformis (Ckll.).
Odonaspis pen icillala Green.
Orchidophiluis aterrimus (Waterh.).
Orchidophilus sp.
Parlatoria pseudaspidioltus Lindgr.
Parlatoria ziziphus (Lucas).
Pinnaspis townusendi Ckll.
Pseudaonidia curculiginis (Green).
Pseudococcus lhlacinus Ckll.
POLAND:
Banris lepidii Germ.
PORTUGAL:
Bruchus luteicornis 111.
Bruchus lristiculus Fahr.
Ceratitis capifata (Wied.).
Ceutorhynchus sp.
Curculio sp.
Dacus oleae Gmel.
Forficula auricularia L.
Iridomyrmex humilis Mayr.
Laspeyresia splendana (Hbn.).
Leucaspis loeu'i Colvee.
PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND:
Tetraleurodes ursorum (Ckll.).
PUERTO RICO:
A.4nastrepha mombinpraeoplans Seir.
Anastrepha suspense (Lw.).
Coccus viridis (Green).
Corcyra cephalonica (Staint.).
Cylas formicarius (F.).
Maruca testulalis (Geyer).
Melamasius hemipterus L.
Pectinophora gosspyiella (Saund.).
Pinnaspis minor strachani Cooley.
Reuteroscopus uvidus (Dist.).
Taeniothrips simplex (Morison).
Tineid.
Toxotrupana curvicauda (Gerst.).
RUMANIA:
Agromyza sp.
Bruchus affli nis Froh.
Bruchus luteicornis 111.
Bruchus rufipes Hbst.
ST. HELENA:
Liothrips vaneeckei Pr.
ST. KITTS:
Setomorpha insectella (F.).
ST. VINCENT:
Palaeopus costicollis Marsh.
Targionia hartit (Ckll.).
SALVADOR:
Platypus rugulosus Chapuis.
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SCOTLAND:
Bruchus luteicormis IlI.,
Ceutorhynchus pleurostigma Marsh.
Ceulorhynchus sp.
Forficula auricularia L.
Gelechia ericetella (Hbn.).
Hofmannophila pseudospretella (Staint.).
Micrelus ericae Gyll.
Myzus ornatus Laing.
Olethreutid.
Orthotylus virens (Fall.).
Psila rosae (F.).
Rhinocola ericae Curt.
Taeniothrips atratus (Hal.).
Taeniothrips ericae (Hal.).
Tortricid.
Ulopa reticulata (F.).
SOUTH AMERICA:
Eurytoma orchidearum (Westw.).
Vinsonia stellifera (Westw.).
SOUTHWEST AFRICA:
Chionaspis humilis Brain.
SPAIN:
Bruchus luteicornis Ill.
Ceratits capitata (Wied.).
Ceutorhynchus sp.
Forficula aurienilaria L.
Parlatoria ziziphus (Lucas).
STRAITS SETTLEMENTS:
Aspidiolus destrucdor Sign.
Parlatoria pseudaspidiotus Ldgr.
Pseudaonidia tesserata (deCharm.).
SWEDEN:
Acrolepia assectella (Zell.).
Ceutorhynchus pleurostigma (Marsh.).
Ceutorhynchus sp.
Piqeenes chalcographus (L.).
Trypetid.
SWITZERLAND:
Acalypta musci (Schr.).
Bruchidius villosus (F.).
Lecanium coryli (L.).
Tortricid.
Trypetid.
SYRIA:
Bruchus erri Frol.
TAIWAN:
Parlatoria ziziphus (Lucas).
TANGANYIKA:
Coccotrypes pygmaeus Eichh.
Stephanoderes hampei Ferr.
THAILAND:
Olethreutid.
Orchidophilus sp.
TONGA ISLAND:
Setomorpha insectella (F.).
TRINIDAD:
Acanthoscelides armitagei (Pic.).
Anastrepha serpentina (Wied.).
A nastreplha sp.
Aspidiotus spinosus Comst.
Asterolecanium aureum Bdv.
Aulacaspis mangiferae Newst.
Coccus viridis (Green).
Dercynus micronyx Champ.


TRINIDAD-Continued.
Euscepes postfasciatus Fairm.
Furcaspis biformis (Ckll.).
Leptostylus testaceus Frol.
Parlatoria cineria Hadden.
Parlatoria pseudaspidiotus Ldgr.
Phelomerus aberrans (Sharp).
Pinnaspis minor strachani Cooley.
Pulvinaria floccifera (Westw.).
Puto barberi (Ckll.).
Targionia hartii (Ckll.).
Tenthecoris bicolor Scott.
Tineid.
Vinsonia stellifera (Westw.).
TURKEY:
Andricus glandium Gir.
Callirhytis glandulosa Weld.
Merodon sp.
Tineid.
UNION OF SOUTH AFRICA:
Antliarhinus zamiae Thunb.
Asterolecanium stentae Brain.
Caryedon sp.
Ceratitis sp.
Dacus sp.
Diaspis zamiae (Morg.).
Frankliniella schultUei Tryb.
Haplolhrips nigricorniT Bagn.
Olethreutid.
Phlyctin us callosus Boh.
Taeniothripsfumosa Tryb.
Taeniothrips simplex (Morison).
Trypetid.
VENEZUELA:
Asterolecanium aureum (Bdv.).
Aulacaspis mangiferae Newst.
Chrysomphalus u mboniferus Newst.
Coccus viridis (Green).
Conchaspis angraeci Ckll.
Diaphania sp.
Epinotia opposite Hein.
Eurytoma orchidearum (Westw.).
Exptochiomera tumens (Stal).
Fulvius sp.
Furcaspis biformis (Ckll.).
Heraeus cincticornis Stal.
Iridomyrmex iniquus Mayr.
Mordellistena cattleyana Champ.
Phytomyza sp.
Psychid.
Sinoxylon conigerum Gerst.
Tenthecoris bicolor Scott.
Tineid.
Tortricid.
Vinsonia stellifera (Westw.).
Zophobas mario (F.).
WALES:
Ceutorhynchus sp.
WEST AFRICA:
Cylasfemoralis Faust.
Cylas puncdicollis Boh.
YUGOSLAVIA:
Brachylacon murinus L.
ZANZIBAR:
Pseudaonidia trilobitiformis (Green).


54








SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS


List of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1939, to June 30, 1940, inclusive
[AU findings marked with an asterisk indicate State inspection]

Number of intercep-
tions in-

Pest and host Country of origin i 2 Collected in-
o I D

.b .


DISEASES
Acroapeira mirabilis:
Castanea mollissima (hairy
chestnut).
AUlernaria citri:
Citrus nobilis (king orange)---
Citrus sinensis (orange)------
Alternaria dianthi:
Dianthus sp.--------------
AUlternaria fasciculata (?):
Lycopersicum esculentum (to-
mato).
Alternaria mali:
Malus sylvestris (apple) .-----
Anguina tritici:
Triticum aeastimum (wheat)----
Aphelenchoides fragariae:
Aconitum nepellus bicolor.--.--
Convaltaria majalis (lily-of-the-
valley).
Aphelenchoides hunti:
Alstroemeria sp ----------------
Ipomoea batatas (sweetpotato)..
Aphelenchoides parietinus:
Aglaonema sp- -----------
Allium sativum (garlic) ---
Cattleya gigas (orchid).---------
Convallaria majalis (lily-of-the-
valley).
Cymbopogon citratus (lemon-
grass).
Cymbopogon nardus (citronella-
grass).
Fritillaria imperialis (crown
imperial).
Galanthus sp. (snowdrop)------
Gladiolus sp -----------
Gloxinia- ------------------
Lilium tenuifolium (coral lily)__
Lilium sp. (lily) --------
Narcissus sp--- -------
Solanum tuberosum (potato)---....
Xanthosoma sp. (malanga) -----
Zingiber officinale (ginger)------
Aphelenchoides subtenuis:
Allium neapolitanum --------
Narcissus sp ------------
Aphelenchus avenae:
Allium sativum (garlic)------
Chionodoxa sp---------
Crocus sp ---------
Fritillaria imperialis (crown im-
perial).
Solanum tuberosum (potato) --..
Apiosporellta rhodophila:
Rosa chinensis manetti..-------
Aplanobacter michiganense:
Lycopersicum esculentum (to-
mato).
Aschersonia cubensis:
Zamia latifoliala....-...
Aspergillus alliaceus:
Muscari comosum (cipollino)---
Aepergillus flaus:
ligna sinensis (cowpea)----
Aspergillus glaucus:
Persea americana (avocado)...
Bacterium campestre:
Brassica oleracea capitate (cab-
bage).


Japan---- -----------


---do--.------.---I ----I---- I--- 1
China ------------------ 1 ----..


England---- --- --
Cuba-.-------

Mexico --------..............
Afghanistan, Iran------
Netherlands ------
Germany, Netherlands-_


England. ---------------------- 1 -- ----
Sierra Leone ------------1 --------
China--------------------- -- -- -- --
Rumania-------- 2 --- ---- --- --
Colombia --------------1 -- ---- --- --
Denmark, Germany ------ 2 ---- ---- --- --...............
Java--- --------- -- 1 ---- --
--. do------------------- 1 -- -- --
Netherlands------- 1 -- --- -- --
--- do-..--------... ----- 1 ..---
--- do----------------- 1 -- -- -- --..............
--- do----------------- 1 -- -- -- --
---do ---------- --- 2 -- -- -- -
France ---------------1 ---- ---- --- --..............
Netherlands------------ 3 -- --- --- --
Norway----.--------- ---- ------------ 1
Cuba ----------- 2 -- ---- --
China, Cuba------ 4 --- -- -- -
Netherlands----- ----- 1 ---- -- -- --..............
-- do----------------- 1 -- -- -- -
Rumania-------------- 2 --- -- -- --
Netherlands--------- 1 --- -- -- --..............
--- do----------------- 1 -- -- -- -..............
----do----------------- 1 -- -- -- -.
Norway----------------- ---- --------1
Ireland --1.--- -1--------.---.
Mexico---------------- 7 --.. 42-- --.

Puerto Rico-..-------------- ---- ---- 1 -.
Morocco --------------- 2 ---- -- --- ----
Cuba-...---- ------------- ---- 1-- ----
Mexico---------- ---------- ---- 1-- ----


Japan--------------- ---


Wash.

Wash.
Wash.
D.C.
Fla.*

Tex.
D.C.
D.C.
N.Y.

D.C.
Pa.
N.Y.
N.Y.
N.Y.
N.Y.
D.C.
D.C.
N.Y.
Mass.
D.C.
N.Y.
N.Y.
N.Y.
N. Y., Pa.
N.Y.
N.Y.
N.Y.
D.C.
N.Y.
N.Y.
N.Y.
N.Y.
N.Y.
N.Y.
N.Y.
Tex.

N.Y.
N.Y.
Fla.*
Tex.
Pa.


55







56 BUREAU OF ENTOMOLOGY AND PLANT QUARANTINE

List of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1939, to June 30, 1940, inclu-
sive-Continued
[All findings marked with an asterisk indicate State inspection]

Number of intercep-
tions in-

Pest and host Country of origin Collected in-
o ..
W1 |
oL U m rf


DISEASES-continued
Bacterium citri:
Citrus auranlifolii (lime) ------
Citrus grandis (pomelo)----
Citrus grandis (shaddock)------
Citrus limonia (lemon)---------
Citrus sinensis (orange)--------
Bacterium hyacinthi:
IHpcirinthus sp----------------
Bacterium phaseoli:
Phaseolus sp. (string bean) ----
Bacterium pisi .------ .-
Pisum sativum (pea) ----------
Bacterium punctilans:
Lycopersicum esculentum (to-
mato).
Botrytis allii:
Allium cepa (onion) ---------
Botryti. galanthina'
Galanthus elwesii (giant snow-
drop).
Galanth, us nivalis (snowdrop)_--
Botrytis narcissicola:
Narcissus sp -----------
Botrytis tulipae:
Tulipa sp. (tulip)----------
Cephalobus persegnis:
Xanthosoima sp ------------
Cephalosporium lecanii:
Coccus acuminatus on gardenia
leaf.
Coccus viridis on coffee--------
Coccus viridis on Gardenia florida
Coccus viridis on Ixora sp------
Ceratostomella fimbriata:
lpomoea batatas (sweptpotato)..
Cercospora althaeina:
Gossypium sp. (cotton)-------
Hibiscus syriocus (?)---------
Cercospora angreci:
Odontoglossum sp. (orchid)----
Cercospora atricincta:
Zinnia sp ----------------
Cercospora handeli:
Azalea indica (azalea) ----------
Cercospora ipomoeae:
Ipomoea pes-caprae -------------
Cercospora musae:
Musasp. (banana)-------------

Cercospora rhododendri:
Rhododendron sp -_-----------
Cercospora zinniae:
Zinnia sp ----------------
Cercosporella euonymi:
Euonymus sp------------------
Chrysomyxa rhododendri:
Rhododendron sp--------------
Cladosporiu m cucumerinum:
Cuc umis sativus (cucumber).---
Claviceps paspali:
Paspalum sp ---------------
Coleosporium campanulae:
Campanula sp ----------------


India. Philippines---- ------
China, Straits Settlements, ----
Thailand.
Java ---------------------- ----
Java, Spain (?)--------------
Japan-- -------.------ ----

Netherlands------------ 1
Mexico ----------- ---
Japan, Mexico.. .
Mexico----------------- 11

Mexico, Portugal--------- 1

Netherlands------------ 1
Netherlands, Turkey----- 90

Netherlands------------ 41
--- do----------------- 4

Cuba------------------- 1
-----ddo---------------
Colombia, Cuba, Puerto ----
Rico.
Cuba ---------------..
Trinidad ----------- --
Japan, Mexico, St. Vincent -

Mexico---------------- -.--
.--- do..-.--------- --
England.-.-------------- 4
Mexico -------------- ---.
Belgium----------------- 6
Mexico -------- ....
Colombia, Cuba, Gua- 15
temala, Honduras,
Mexico.
Canada ----------.------ 1
Mexico-- ------------- ..-
Japan---.------------ -...
Switzerland----.---------- ....
Cuba----------------- 1
Colombia---- ---------- 1
England..------------- ---


--- 12


-- 2




...1


liii


1~~~~


Mass., Pa.
Md., N. Y., Pa.,
Wash.
Mass.
Mass., N.Y.,Pa.
Calif.,* Md., Pa.,
Wash.
Mass.
Tex.
Pa., Tex.
Ariz.

Ariz., N. Y.,
Tex.
N.Y.
Mass., Mich.,N.
Y., Pa.
Mass., N. Y.
Mich., Pa.,
Wash.
N.Y.
Fla.*
Fla.*

Fla.*
Fla.*
Mass., Tex.,
Wash.
Tex.
Tex.
D.C.
Tex.
D.C.
Tex.
Mass., N. Y.,
Tex., Wash.

Wash.
Tex.
Wash.
D.C.
Fla.*
N.Y.
D.C.








SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS


57


List of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1939, to June 30, 1940, inclu-
sive-Continued

[All findings marked with an asterisk indicate State inspection]


Pest and host


DISEASES-continued

Coleosporium solidaginis:
Aster sp- -._.---------------
Colletotrichum cajani:
Cajawus indicus (pigeon pea)__
Colletotrichum destructivum:
Medicago saliva (alfalfa) --..--..
Colletotrichum falcatum:
Saccharum offcinarum (sugar-
cane).
Collelotrichum graminicolum:
G rass---------- -------------
CoUletotrichum hedericola (?):
Hedera sp. (ivy)------..-----
Colletotrichum lagenarium:
Cucurbita pepo (pumpkin) ....
Cucurbita pepo (vegetable
marrow).
Sechiurn edule (chayote) --------
Colletotrichum macrosporum:
Brassia caudata (orchid) -------
Cymbidium finlaysonianurn
(orchid).
Colletotrichum orchidearum:
Cattlera gigas (orchid) --------
Cattleya trianae (orchid) ----..--
Odontoglossum sp. (orchid)....
Oncidium cavendishianum (or-
chid).
Oncidium kramerianum (or-
chid).
Oncidium sp. (orchid).....
Orchid--....-...-..-.........
Stanhopea sp. (orchid) ----
Colletotrichum phomoides:
Lycoperswicum esculentum (to-
malo).
Physalis sp. (husk tomato)--
Collriotri-hum isi:
Pisunf saftivum (pei) -.------
Colletotrichum stanhopeae"
Lycastesp. (orchid)......
Stanhope', sp. (orchid).....
CoUiletotnrchum truncatum:
Phaseolus luIalus macrocQrpus
tlima bean).
Coryneum teijerinckii:
Ami jdahn. persica (peach).....
Coryneum foliicolum:
Py!rus corn munis (pear)---------
Corneumn mirrostetum:
Kerria japonien (kerria).-------
Rosa chinensis maretti.....
Cryptospora longisporn:
Araucaria excFsa (Norfolk-
island-pinQ).
Cumminsiella sanguinea:
M alronai sp ...................
Cylindrosporium castanicolum:
Ca:tanea saliva ................
Cylindrosporium chrysanthemi:
Chrysanthemum sp-----------
Cytospora amtiens"
Castanea sp. (chestnut) .. --
Fagus syloahtica (EaLropean
beech).
Darluci, filum:
Holcus sorghum (sorghum).....
Secale cereale (rye) --------


Country of origin


Canada------------------
Puerto Rico-......-----

Mexico --.....-----...--.-....

Cuba, Mexico...--........

Arabia----..----..-.......

Mexico---------------....................

B razil.....................
Japan.....................

Cuba ---------..---......

Dominican Republic------
Philippines--..---....--..

Colombia -----...-.......
.... do ---- -- -
England --.-.-----........
Guatemala -

Colombia_........
.- -- d o - -
---.- d o - -
Mexico --.....-------

Cuba, Mexico ----------

M exico........---....- ....
----do----.. ------------
---do----- ------
-----do.------- --
Cuba.--------------------

Italy------------------....
France-------------------

Japan..---------------.-..
Ireland---------------... -
New Zealand ----------

Italy----------

-- do---------.-
M exic:.------ ------------
England, France, Italy-.
England --------..............

M exico---.-.. --------- ----
Portugal.---------------


Number of intercep-
tions in-


D






















1


iiiiI.I~~


. .. ... 1
1 .... ..
- -
-- ~-- --


Collected in-


N. Y.

N.Y.
Tex.

Fla.,* Tex.

N.Y.
Tex.

Pa.
Wash.
Tex.

D.C.
Calif.*

Calif.,* N. Y.
N.Y.
Wash.
Calif.*

Calif.*

Calif.*
N.Y.
Calif.*

La., Tex

Tex.

Tex.

D.C.
D.C.

N.Y.

Mas?.

N. Y.
Wash.
N.Y.
D.C.

D.C.

N.Y.
Tex.

N.Y.
N.Y.

Tex.
Ps.







58 BUREAU OF ENTOMOLOGY AND PLANT QUARANTINE

List of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1939, to June 30, 1940, inclu-
sive-Continued
[All findings marked with an asterisk indicate State inspection]


Number
tic

Pest and host Country of origin
ha .-



DISEASES-continued

Diplodia tubericola:
Colocasia esculenta (taro) ------- China. ------------------ 1 --
Dioscorea sp. (yam) ....---------- West Africa-----------------
Ipomoea batatas (sweetpotato) Argentina, Mexico, Peru, 1 ----
Sierra Leone, Union of
South Africa.
Mafnihct escul.nta (cassava).--- Sierra Leone-------------- 1 ----
P'ieraria thunbergiana (kudzu). China- ----------------- 1 --I
Discosia artocreax:
Camellia japonica (camellia) ... Japan-------------------- 1 -I
Dilylencn us dipsaci:
Allium caeruleunm ------------- Netherlands ------------1
Allium cepai (onion)---- ------- England--..------. ------ ---- ---.........
Amaryllis formossissima -------- Netherlands ------------ 1 -
Chionodozalucilae (glory-of-the- .-..do--------------------- 12 ----
snow).
Chionodoxa sardensis ----------- ..... do ------------------- 1 --I
Conrallaria majalis (lily-of-the- Germany, Netherlands- .- 2 ----
valleyi.
Hyiciailhus sp ----.---------- France. Netherlands ------ 8 ----
Iris sp-------------------------- Netherlands -------------. 94 1
Mucri sp. ---------------------. ....do -------------------- 6 ----
Narciss,'a sp-------------- ---- -- do---.--------------1 1
Scilla sibirica (Siberian squill) ....- -do------------------- ---- 1
Sclla sp------------------------ ---.do ----------------3
Solanum tuberosum (potato) -. Eniland.--------------------
Tigridia sp..-----.------------. Netherlands-------------- 7 3
Diiylenchus inlermedius:
Xanthosomasp ------ ------ Cuba--------------------- 1
Elsinoe australis:
Citrus sinensis (orange)------- Brazil.-----------------.---- ----. .
Epichloe typhina:
Fe.stuca sp. (fescue)---------- Arabia---------------- 1 --- -
Epicoccum nigrumn
Capsicum annuum (pepper)-. Mexico ----------..------ 2 .---
Erinose:
Acer pseudoplatanus (sycamore England ----. ..---------- ---
maple).
Betula sp. (birch)---------- Poland----------------------- ---
Unidentified leaf-----------. Guatemala. ------------- 1 ----
Erysiphe cichoracearum:
Cucurhita pepo (pumpkin)---- Mexico ------------------- ---- ----
Dahliasp- -.---------------- --.do------------------ ---- ----
Tagetes florida (marigold) ------ .-... do ---------- ---- ----
Zinnia sp-...-------------- .....-----do--- ----------- ---- ----
Erysiphe polygon:
Cuminum cyminum ----------- Malta. -------------- 1
Pisum sativum (pea) ---------- France, Mexico----------- 2 -
Soja max (soybean)---------- Japan ---------------------- ----.
Eutypa bambusina::
Bamboo. ------------------Dutch East Indies--------1 ---.
Fusicladium depres.um:n:
Foeniculum vul-gare (fennel)--...-- Italy------------------ 1 --
Fuwirladium eriobotrypae:
Eriobotrycjaponita (loquat)--- ----do--------------- ---- ----
Fusicoccum microspermum:
Terminalia catappa (tropical Puerto Rico. ------------- ---- ----
almond).
Fusicnccum quercinu m:
Qiuercus sp-- --------- Germany --------------1 -
Gibbfrella saubinetti:
7Trilicum aestivum (wheat) ------ England------.---------1 ----
Gloeosporium cattte!:ae:
( ltleya gaskelliana (nrchid).... Venezuela ..------------- ---- ----
Cattleya giqas (orchid) -------- Colombhia................. 1 ----
Cattleia mossiae orchidd) -----..- Venezuela----------------- ----
Cattleya persivaliana (orchid)-----...do-- .. ----. ----.-- -- ----
Cattleypz skinneri (orchid) ----------do ----------------.----. ----.
Gloeosporium crocatumn:
Pedilanthus sp--------------- Mexico -------------------- 1


r of intercep-
ns in-

2Collected in-

Pq CY
Sf 2


1.~....


II----


1


21 ....


Wash.
Pa.
La., Pa., Tex.

Pa.
N.Y.
Wash.
D.C.
N.Y.
D.C.
N.Y.
Pa.
N.Y.
N.Y.
D. C., Wash.
N.Y.
D. C., N. Y.
D.C.
N.Y.
'Tex.
D.C.
N.Y.
N.Y.
N.Y.
Ariz.
N.Y.
N.Y.
Mass.
Tex.
Tex.
Tex.
Tex.
N.Y.
Ariz., N. Y., Tea.
Md.
N.Y.
N.Y.
N.Y.
N.Y.

D.C.
N.Y.
N.Y.
Calif.*
N. Y.
N.Y.
N.Y.
Calif.*








SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS


59


-List of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1939, to June 30, 1940, inclu-
sive-Continued

IAll findings marked with an asterisk indicate State inspection]


Pest and host


DISEASES-continued
Gloeosporium rymbidii:
Cymbidinm sp. (orchid)...---.-
Gleewpnrium fructigenum:
Mailus syl&esiris (apple) ----..-
Pyrus communism (pear) -.--..
Gloeosporium laeliae:
Laelia anceps (orchid).--------
Gloeosporium musarum:
Musa paradisiaca (plantain) .
Musa sp. (banana) ------------
Gioeosporium odontoglossi macro-
spora:
Odonloglossum spp. (orchid). ..
Gloeosporium orchidearum:
Orchid -..----. --- --- -...----. -
Gloeosporium psidii:
Psidium nuajava (guava)......
Glomerella cineta:
Cattlela sp. (orchid) ---------
Orchid ..-------. ----- ----..- --
Glomerella goasypii:
SGossypium sp. (cotton) (boll) -.
Guignardia aesculi:
Aesculus sp. (horsechestnut)..-.
Helminthosporium curvulum:
Capsicum annum (pepper)....
Helminthosporium oryzae:
Oryza saliva (rice) ------
Hemileia oncidii:
Oncidium sp. (orchid) ---..--
Hendersonia donacis:
Arundo donax (giant reed) -.----
Heterodera marioni:
Bryophyllum sp........
Daphne genkwa (lilac daphne).. -
Nepenthes ventricosa............
Tabebuia ipe amarillo .. .....
Heterosporium allii:
Allium sativum (garlic)..----...
IHeterosporium echinula/um:
Diawthus sp. (carnation).......
Fjuhyuk rrea:
Aglaonema-sp .........
Kuehneola maluicwa:
Hibiscus syriacus (althea).......
Leptosphaeria musarum n
Musa sp., probably sapientum -
Leptosphaeria rusci:
Ruscus aculeatus (butchers-
broom).
Leptothyrium macrothecium:
Paeonia sp.. . .
Leptothyrium pomi:
Citrus sinensis (orange)------
Malnus slvestris (apple)
Leptothyrium rubi:
Rubus sp.......................
Macrophoma oncidii:
Orchid -------.................
Macrosporium commune:
Alium cepa (onion)---------
Macrosporu m porri:
Allium cepa (onion) -----------
Melampsora abieli capraearum:
Salix sp. (?)------.-............
Melampsora medusae:
Populus sp ---------. -.........
Melanconium sacchari:
Saccharum officinarum (sugar-
cane).


Country of origin


Japan.------- --------
Ireland ----...-----------
France ------------------
Mexico.---- ---------------
Cuba.........-....-------
Costa Rica, Ecuador,
Mexico, Puerto Rico.

Colombia --..----------
Brazil, Colombia --------......
Mexico------------------.
Belgium, Colombia -..---
Venezuela... -------------
Mexico--------------
Nova Scotia -.---------..-
Cuba ------ ----------
Mexico.---------------
Brazil..------------------
Palestine-_
Jamaica.............
Jamaica. -------------------
Japan_ ----------------
Philippines.------------
Brazil ----------- --
Italy------------
Guatemala, Mexico.....--
China.-..---..... -------..
M exico-------------.. -----.
Colombia ------------
Italy-------- -...----..---.

France ------------
Mexico.-------------------
Italy, Spain._......
France.. -- -
Colombia-------------_
Mexico.------------------
.---- do..----------- -- --
-_ ---do-------------------
C while. --- -... --..--.---.-...-
exico, Sierra Leonehi-e--
Mexico, Sierra Leone ...


Number of intercep-
tions in-


I-I- I I-I I


Collected in-


Calif.*
N.Y.
N.Y.
Calif.*
N.Y.
Pa., Tex., Wa-


Calif.*
N.Y.
Tex.

D.C.
N.Y.
Tex.
N. Y.
N. Y.
D.C.
D.C.
N.Y.
Ala.
Calif.*
Calif.*
D.C.
N.Y.
i
Tex.

Calif.*
Tex.
D.C.
N.Y.

D.C.
La.
Pa.
N.Y.
N.Y.
Tex.
Tex.
D.C.
N.Y.


Pa., Tex.








60 BUREAU OF ENTOMOLOGY AND PLANT QUARANTINE

List of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1939, to June 30, 1940, inclu-
sive-Continued

[All findings marked with an asterisk indicate State inspection]

Number of intercep-
tions in-

Pest and host Country of origin Collectedin-
0 3 as =S
I-SM a


DISEASES-continued

Meliola pen zigi:
Citrus nobilis deliciosa (Man-
darin orange).
Microdiplodia palmarum:
Chamaerops humilis. .---------
Monilochaeles infuscans:
Ipomoea batalas (sweetpotato)--
MAlycosphaerella citrullina:
Benincasa hispida (hairy
squash).
Citrullus vulgaris (watermelon) -
Cucumis nelo (melon) -..---.-.
Cucumis sativus (cucumb her) ---
Cucurbita maxima (squash) -.-
Mlomordica balsamina (bal-
sam-apple).
Momordica charantia (balsam-
pear).
Sechium edule (chayote) --------
Solanum melongena (eggplant)-
Mycosphaerella lylhracearum:
Punica granatum (pomegran-
ate).
Mycosphaerella musae:
Musasp. (banana)------------
'Mycosphaerella rosicola:
Rosa sp--.---------------------
AMycosphaerella rubi:
Rubus sp. (raspberry).------.
Mycosphaerella schoenoprasi:
Allium jislulosum (Welsh
onion).
Allium porrum (leek) ....------
Allium sativum (garlic).--------
AMycosphaerella tulasne:
Trilicum aes'tum (wheat) ----
Afyrianqium dnriaei:
Scale on orange-----------------
Gardenia florida (Cape-jasmine)_
Lepidosaphes beckii on grape-
fruit.
Lepidosaphes beckii on tangelo--
Nectria binoliana:
Bamboo -----------------
Phalaenopsis sp. (orchid) ----.
Nectria cinnabarina:
Acer saccharinum (silver maple)
Nectria diploa:
Ischnaspis longirostrison Cuban
laurel.
Lepidosaphes beckii on Chalcas
sp.
Lepidosaphes beckii on Citrus sp.
Lepidosaphes beckii on grapefruit
Lepidosaphes beckii on lemon. -
Lepidlosaphes beckii on orange -
Lepidosaphes beckii on tangelo-
Parlatoria pergandii on grape-
fruit.
Selenasoidus articulatus on
grapefruit.
Selenaspidus articulatus on
orange.
Nigrospora oryzae:
Citrus grandis (grapefruit)-----
Oidium euonymijaponici:
Euonymus japonica ----------
Oidium hortensiae:
Hydrangea sp ---------------


Japan. ........--------------------

Italy- ------------
Mexico--------------------
Cuba---------------
Cuba, Union of South
Africa.
Netherlands, Venezuela --
Cuba, Jamaica.-----------
Cuba .----------------
----do------------------
----do -------

Cuba, Italy, Jamaica,
Portugal.
Cuba--. ----------
Puerto Rico-----------

Brazil-.---. ---------------
Bermuda............-----------------
Mexico-------------------

Japan ------------------
---- do.--------------
France--------------- ----
Portugal..---------------
Puerto Rico.....-------------
M exico.-------------------
Honduras-------------
Bahamas -..-----------
France-------------------
---do------------------
Canada .-----..----------
Cuba. ---------------
----do -----------------
.-.--do-- ---------------
Cuba, Honduras--..-------
Cuba ---------------
Cuba, Haiti, Panama -----
Bahamas---------------
Cuba.. --------------------....
Honduras._ --------
Panama----------------

Puerto Rico ----------
Greece, Italy-------..........
England ----------------


1


Wash.

N.Y.
Tex.
N.Y.
Md., N. Y.
N.Y.
N.Y.
N.Y.
N.Y.
N.Y.
N. Y., Tex.
N.Y.
N.Y.

D.C.
N.Y.
Tex.
Pa.
La., Md.
N.Y.
D.C.
Pa.
Tex.
Fla.*
Fla.*
D.C.
D.C.
N.Y.
Fla.*
Fla.*
Fla.*
Fla.
Fla.*
Fla.*
Fla.*
Fla.*
Fla.*
Fla.*

N.Y.
N.Y.
D.C. 0







SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS


List of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1939, to June 30, 1940, inclu-
sive- Continued
[All findings marked with an asterisk indicate State inspection]


Pest and host


DISEASES-continued
Oospora citri-aurantii:
Citrus aurantifolia (lime) ---.--.-
Citrus sinensis (orange) .......
Panagrolaimus hygrophilus:
Nelumbiumnelumbo (waterlily).
Panagrolairnm us rigidus:
Hyacinthus orientalis albulus
(Roman hyacinth).
Zingiber officinalis (ginger)......
Papulospora coprophila:
Allium cepa (onion)
Gladiolus sp ...... .. ....
Papulospora parasitica:
Begonia sp --.---------.-......
Lilium henry (Henry lily) ....
Papulospora sp.:
Allium cepa (onion)------
Peronospora pisi:
Pisum sativum (pea)............
Peronospora trifolioru m:
Medicago sativa (alfalfa) -----........-
Pestalozzia coccolobae:
Coccoloba uvifera (seagrape)....
Pestalozzia compta:
Rosa chinensis manetti..........
Pestalozzia macrotricha:
Rhododendron sp--------.......
Pestalozzia neo lecta:
Euonymus sp -----.-..---.....
Pestalozzia palmarum:
Pandanus sp. (screwpine)......
Sabal sp. (palmetto).....---------...
Pestalozzia rhododendri:
Azalea sp ......................
Rhododendron sp...............
Pezizella lythri:
Paeonia moutan................
Paeonia suffruticosa............
Phleospora multimaculans:
Juglans sp. (walnut).--.------
Phlyctaena ranunculacearum:
Paeonia moutan var----------
Phomna betae:
Beta vulgaris (beet) -------......
Phoma citricarpa:
Citrus nobilis deliciosa (Man-
darin orange).
Citrus sinensis (orange)-------
Phomna conigena abieticola:
Picea excelsa (Norway spruce)-
Phoma lingam (?):
Brassica oleracea capiataa (cab-
bage).
Phoma pomi:
Malus sylvestris (apple)--......--
Phom tennis:
Camellia japonica (camellia) -
Phomopsis capsici:
Capsicum annuum (pepper)--..-
Phomopsis perniciosa:
Prunus subhirlella sendaica.....
Phomopsis prunorum:
Prunzus laurocerasus (cherry-
laurel).
Phragmidium rosae-acicularis:
Rosa sp----........---------..-.........
Phyllachora cynodontis:
Cynodon dactylon (Bermuda-
grass).


Country of origin


Brazil, Cuba, Guatemala, 2
Haiti, Mexico.
Brazil --. --- ... ---
Cuba----------------- 1
France---.--...----------- 1
Cuba-------------------- 1
Mexico---------------- ----
Netherlands -----------........... 160
--.do ..-----...----- 1
----.do----------------- 1
Mexico------------------- ---
England, Italy, Mexico-...
Mexico -----... ------. ----
Bermuda---------------- ---
Ireland-....---------------- 1
England---------------. I
Japan .....------------... ---
Philippines------- ------1
Virgin Islands ---------.. ---
Belgium ---------------.. 1
England .---------- ---
Japan----------------- 2
---do ------------.- ---
Mexico---------------- ----
Japan.----------------- 1
Mexico------------------ 3
Japan------------------- 1
Australia------- --................
Germany----------- ---
Mexico-.-----------.. --

Mexico ---------- ---
Japan--------- --------- 2
Cuba ----------------- 3
Netheralnds---.--------- 1
France ----------------1

Canada -------------.. ----
India ----------------- 1


Number of intercep-
tions in-


Collected in-


I I I-I-I I


1





















11


_____-I _


Pa., Tex.
Pa.
N.Y.
N.Y.
N.Y.
Tex.
D.C.
N.Y.
N.Y.
Tex.
N. Y., Tex.
Tex.
N.Y.
N.Y.
D.C.
Wash.
Calif.*
N.Y.
D.C.
Calif.*
Wash.
Wash.
Tex.
Calif.*
Tex.
Wash.
Wash.
N.Y.
Tex.

Tex.
Calif.*, Wash.
N.Y.
N.Y.
N.Y.

Wash.
N.Y.








62 BUREAU OF ENTOMOLOGY AND PLANT QUARANTINE


List of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1939, to June 30, 1940, inclu-.
sive-Continued

[All findings marked with an asterisk indicate State inspection]


Pest and host


DISEASES-continued

Phyllachora graminis:
Grass--------------------.. --..
Phyllachora qratissima:
Persea americana (avocado) -
Phyllachora trifolii:
Trifoliu m sp. (clover) ------
Phyllactinia corylea:
Robinia sp. (locust) ------- -
Phyllosticta antirrhini:
Antirrhinum majus (snap-
dragon).
Phyllosticta camelliaecola meranen-
sis:
Camellia japonica (camellia) --...
Phyllosticta gladioli:
Gladiolus sp ---------------
Phylloslicta nigro-maculans:
Orchid-- ------------
Phyllosticta phaseolina:
Phaseolus sp. (string bean)----
Phyllosticla ruscicola:
Ruscus aculeatus (butchers-
broom).
Rusc= sp .....................
Phyllosticta stanhopeae:
Stanhopea sp. (orchid).....
Physalospora camptospora:
Oncidium sp. (orchid).. ..
Physalospora cattleyae:
Cattleya sp. (orchid)------------
Physalospora japonica:
Camelliajaponica (camellia) -.-
Physalospora rosicola:
Rosa sp -------------------
Phytophthora phaseoli:
Phaseolus sp. (string bean) ..
Phytophthora terrestria:
Lycopersicum esculentum (to-
mato).
Plasmodiophora brassicae:
Brassica rapa (turnip)-----
Pleospora herbarum:
Citrus sinensis (orange) ---------
Podonectria coccicola (?):
Lepidosaphes beckii on orange --
Pratylenchus pratensis:
Colocasia esculenta dasheenn) -__--
Convallaria majalis (ily-of-the-
valley).
Dioscorea sp. (yam)------------
Solanum tuberosum (potato) --.
Pseudopeziza medicaginis:
Medicago sativa (alfalfa)
Trifolium repens var. (sham-
rock).
Pseudoveziza trifolii:
Trifolium sp. (clover)---------
Puccinia allii:
Allium salivum (garlic)-----




Puccinia buxi:
Buxus sp. (box)---------------
Puccinia cesatii:
A ndropogon annulatus-
Puccinia chrysanthemi:
Chrysanthemum sp.-----------


Country of origin


I -


Mexico ---------------

Mexico --------

Arabia--------.-------

M exico-----------------

Cuba----------- ---


Japan -.----------
Mexico----------

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

Cuba----------------
Italy---------

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

Mexico----------------

Colombia ..------------. -

Guatemala----------------

Japan_ ------

New South Wales ------

Mexico ------ --------

Cuba, Mexico ----------..

France, Japan...---------

Italy ------------

Brazil-- --- ------

Jamaica-----------------
Denmark, Germany,
Netherlands.
Antigua, Jamaica --------
Mexico, Norway-------

Mexico --------------
Ireland --------------

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

Argentina, Belgium, Chile,
Egypt, France, Ger-
many, Hungary, Italy,
Netherlands, Portugal,
Rumania, Spain, Tur-
key, Uruguay.

Ireland -------------------
Egypt .-------------..

Mexico .----------------


Number of intercep-
tions in-


0
tw
S.





1


1






1




1

2




14
1

1

1

1


40


2


2
1





2


CD
WI
03






1


1





... -
1.
1 '


8





1


1

3
1
1




2








15


0-

0~
























1

















1


U2
0
4J2





1
































3


















1


Collected in-


N.Y.

Tex.
N.Y.

Tex.
N.Y.


Calif.*

Tex.

Tex.

N.Y.

Pa.

N.Y.

Calif.*

Calif.*

Calif.*

Calif.*

Calif.*

Ariz.
Ariz., Fla.*, N.Y.

N.Y., Pa., Wash.

N.Y.
Fla.*

N.Y.
N.Y.

N.Y.
N. Y., Tex.
Tex.
N.Y.

N.Y. *
N.Y.





Mass., Wash.

N.Y.
Calif., Tex.








SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS


List of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1939, to June 30, !940, inclu-
sive-Continued

[All findings marked with an asterisk indicate State inspection]


Pest and host


DISEASES-continued
Puccinia gentianae:
Gentiana clusii-------------..................
Puccinia heterospora:
A noda sp. . .
Puecinia magnusiana:
Phragmiles communis_....
Puccinia ornilhogali-thyrsoides:
Ornithogalum thyrsoides (chin-
kerichee).
Puccinia phragmitis
Phragmites communis (reed-
grass).
Puccinia purpurea:
Holcus halepensis (Johnson
grass).
Holcus sorghum var. (broom-
corn).
Holcus sorghum (sorghum)..
Puccinia schedonnardi:
Gossypium sp. (cotton) --------
Puccinia tageticola:
Tagetes florida (marigold)
Pucciniopsis caricae:
Carica papaya (papaya) --------

Ravenelia ingae:
Iaga vera.......................
Rhabditis product:
Brassica rapa (turnip)------
Rhizoctonia bataticola:
Cucumis melo (melon)-..--....
Rhytisma acerinum-
Acer pseudoplatanus (sycamore).
A cer sp ------- -------------
Rotylenchus robustus:
Convallaria majalis (lily-of-
the-valley).
Sclerotinia fructigena:
MAalus sylvestris (apple) ---------
Prunus domestic (plum)-------
Prunus sp. (cherry)------------
Sclerotinia minor:
Cichorium inlybus witlooff) -----
Sclerotinia minutissima:
Narcissus sp .. ---- ---
Sclerotinia narcissi:
Narcissus sp...................
Sclerot iopsis testudinea:
Paeoniamoutan........
Paeonia suffruticosa......
Sclerotium cepiuorum:
Allium sativum (garlic)-----
Septomyrza persicina:
Sechium edule (chayote)-----
Septoria azaleae:
Azalea indica (azalea) ...-------
Septoria caricis montanae:
Carex montana ...--.-......----
Septoria chrysanthemella:
Chrysanthemum sp...------..--
Septoria citri:
Citrus limonia (lemon)-----
Septoria darrouii:
Rubus sp. (blackberry)-......-------
Septoria dianthi:
Dianthus sp. (carnation) .--...-
Septoria drummondi:
Phlox drummondi.............
-Septoria endiriae:
Cichorium endvia -(escarole) -


Country of origin


Switzerland ----.------
Mexico. ---------------
Italy..-----------------
Union of South Africa.-..

Netherlands---. -------

Mexico.--------------
-...-.- do.--------------
..-----.do ----------------..............
-.- do.--------------- ----
-- _do----- --------------
Colombia, Cuba, Hon-
duras, Jamaica, Puerto
Rico.
Guatemala -..--- ----
Italy --------
Chile-----...------------...........-
England ---------------
Denmark---------------
Denmark, Netherlands ----

England ---------------
England, France, Italy .-
England, Italy -----------
Belgium --------------
Netherlands------------
.. -do .-----------------.. -
Japan ---------------
.---- do -----------
France, Italy --------
Cuba --------------
Belgium, Netherlands ----
SSweden.---------------
SBermuda, England-------
Union of South Africa---.
Mexico------------------
Italy --------------
Bermuda --------------


Italy ----. -------I.-I-.---


Number of intercep-
tions in-

A K2


.1



Collected in-







N.Y.

Tex.
N.Y.

Mass.


N.Y.

Ariz.
Tex.
Tex.
Ariz.
Tex.
N.Y.


Mass.
N.Y.
N.Y.
N.Y.
N.Y.
N.Y.

Pa.
N.Y.
N.Y.
N.Y.
N.Y.
N.Y.
Calif.*
Wash.
N.Y.

Fla.*
D.C.
N.Y.
N.Y.
N.Y.
Tex.
N.Y.
N.Y.
N.Y.


63


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64 BUREAU OF ENTOMOLOGY AND PLANT QUARANTINE

List of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1939, to June 30, 1940, inclu-
sive-Continued

[All findings marked with an asterisk indicate State inspection]

Number of intercep-
tions in-

Pest and host Country of origin n Collected in-
| I
bD Cd 3
0 op a


DISEASES-continued
Septoria gladioli:
Gladiolus sp-------------------
Septoria hydrangeae:
Hydrangea sp ------------
Septoria lactucae:
Lacluca sativa (lettuce)---------
Septora lycopersici:
Lycopersicum esculentum (to-
m ato) ----..--- -------------
Septoria malvicola:
Malra rotundijolia------------
Septoria nodoru m:
Triticum aestivum (wheat).--...
Septoria origanzcola majoranae:
Origanum sp. (marjorum).----
Septoria pisi:
Pisum satiium (pea)-------........
Septoria rubi:
Rubus sp. (raspberry) -----
Septoria taraxaci:
Taraxacum officinale (dande-
lion).
Sphaerotheca pa nn osa:
R osa sp ... .
Sporonema oxycocci:
Vaccinium vitis-idaea (lingon
berry).
Stagonospora curlisii:
Narcissus sp.-----.-------------.
Stemphylium citri:
Citrus nobilis deliciosa (Man-
darin orange).
Citrus sinensis (orange)-------
Thielav'iopsis basicola:
G loxinia------------------------
Tilletia tritici:
Triticum aestivum (wheat)----
Tilletia vulpiae:
Festuca sp. (fescue)------------
Transchelia pru ni-spin osae:
Amygdalus persica nectarina
(nectarine).
Amygdalus persica (peach)-...
Uredinopsis macrosperma:
Pteridium aquilinum
(bracken).
Uredo erythroxylon is:
Erythroxylon coca Cocaa) ------
Urocystis cepulae:
Al Ilium cepa (onion)----------
Urocystis colchici:
Colehicum sp. (autumn crocus).
Urocystis occulta:
Secale cereale (rye)-------------
Uromyces betae:
Beta vulgaris cicla (Swiss chard)_
Uromyces dolicholi:
Cajanus indicus (pigeon pea).-
Uromyces fabae:
Vicia faba favaa bean)--------
Uromyces lespedezae-procumbentis:
Lespedeza buergeri... ---------
Lespedeza formosa alba.........
Lespedeza formosa albiflora.
Uromyces striatus medicaginis:
Medicago saliva (alfalfa) .....--
Uromyces trifolii:
Trifolium repens var. (sham-
rock)
Ustilago bromivora:
Bromnus tectorum...-----------


Mexico--------------------
-----.do -..--------------
Brazil_---------------

Mexico------------------
Rumania---------------
England------------------
Canada-------------------

Portugal ----------
Mexico------------------
Italy---------------

Cuba, Mexico -----------
Newfoundland----------

Netherlands---.-------
Japan -------------------
China.--.- --. -------------
Belgium -------------
Mexico.------------------
Syria----------------------
Chile------------------
Chile, MIexico-------------
Mexico-._--------------

Peru---------------------
Italy ------------------.
Netherlands--------------
Denmark ---------------.
Italy-------------------
Cuba...------. ----------
Italy.------------------

SJapan---------------------
!-----do----------------
.-...----do.-------.--------
Argentina, Mexico-------
Ireland --------------

Italy --------------


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


1
4


1


1
1
1



1
1
2

1




1


4





1


1




1


Ariz.
Tex.
N.Y.

Tex.
N.Y.
N.Y.
Wash.
N.Y.
Tex.
N.Y.

Fla.*, Tex.
Pa.

N.Y.
Wash.
Wash.
Mass.
Ariz.
N.Y.
N.Y.
N. Y., Tex.
Tex.

N.Y.
N.Y.
D.C.
Md.
N.Y.
N.Y.
Mass., N. Y.
Calif.*
Wash.
Wash.
N. Y., Tex.
N.Y.

N.Y.







SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS


List of pests collected and reported from July 1,
sive -Continued


1939, to June 30, 1940, inclu-


[All findings marked with an asterisk indicate State inspection]

Number of intercep-
tions in-

Pest and host Country of origin Q 2 Collected in-
0 ca &a Gn
S.- W a
ca W2 0 0
0 P Q cy 8/1

DISEASES-continued
Ustilago grandis:
Phragmites communis (reed- Netheralnds--------------- 2 ----------- ---- N. Y.
grass)
Phragmites sp ------------------- -----do-------------------- 1 ---- ---- ---- ---- N. Y.
Ustilago levis:
Avena saliva (oat)-------------- Mexico--.--------------- ---- ---- 2 ---- ---- Tex.
Ustilago vaillantii:
Muscari comosum (cipollino)---.... Italy, Morocco------------ 7 ---- ---- ---- ---- N. Y.
Vermicularia capsici:
Capsicum annuum (pepper)-..-- Cuba, Java.------------ 2 ------------ 1 La., Md., N.Y.
Vermicularia liliacearum:
Iris germanica var...... -----------... Australia, France--------- ---- 4 ---- ---- ---- Calif.*
Vermicularia trichella:
Hedera helix (English ivy)------ Norway --------------..----.... ---- ---- .... N. Y.
Verticillium albo-atrum:
Dahlia sp....... --------------- Netherlands ----------------.. 1 --------.-....--- D. C.
Gloxinia--------------------- ----.do- -------------- 1 .---- --...-----..-.... ---N.Y.
Gossypium sp. (cotton). -------- Mexico ------------------------ 1 ---- ---- Tex.
Virus, mosaic:
Apium graveolens (celery) ------ Peru ----------------..----.---- ----.----.. 1 N. Y.
Capsicum annuum (pepper). -- Mexico -------------- 150 --- 8 .....-------- Ariz., Tex.
Cucurbita maxima (squash)----- ..--- do -----------------.--- ---- 2 ---..- -..-- Tex...
Lilium longiflorum harrissii..... Bermuda.--.----------- --.....--.---- 3 ---- ---- N. Y.
Lycopersicum esculentum (to- Mexico.----------------.------ 2 --....-- .---- Tex.
mato)
Virus, spotted wilt:
Lycopersicum esculenlum -------.---do ---------------- 6 .--- 1 -------- Ariz.
Zygosporium oschioides:
Palm ---.. -----.--------- Cuba---------------- 1 --....----....----....--.... ----N.Y.


Hosts and diseases


ACER:
Erinose (mite gall).
Nectria cinnabarina (Ascomycetes).
Rhytisma acerinum (Ascomycetes).
ACONITUM:
Aphelenchoides fragariae (Nematoda).
AESCULUS:
Guignardia aesculi (Ascomycetes).
AGLAONEMA:
Aphelenchoides parietinus (Nematoda).
ljuhya ritrea (Ascomycetes).
ALLIUM CAERULEUM:
Ditylenchus dipsaci (Nematoda).
ALLIUM CEPA:
Bolrytis allii (Deuteromycetes).
Ditylenchus dipsaci (Nematoda).
Macrosporium commune (Deuteromycetes).
Macrosporium porri (Deuteromycetes).
Papulospora coprophila (Deuteromycetes).
Papulospora sp. (Deuteromycetes).
Urocystis cepulae (Promycetes).
ALLIUM FISTULOSUM:
AMycosphaerella schoenoprasi (Ascomycetes).
ALLIUM NEAPOLITANUM:
Aphelenchoides sublenuis (Nematoda).
ALLIUM PORRUM:
.Mycosphaerella schoenoprasi (Ascomycetes).
ALLIUM SATIVUM:
Aphelenchoides parietinus (Nematoda).
Aphelenchus avenae (Nematoda).
Heterosporium allii (Deuteromycetes).
Mycosphaerella schoenoprasi (Ascomycetes).
Puccinia allii (Promycetes).
Sclerotium cepivorum (Deuteromycetes).


ALSTROEMERIA:
Aphelenchoides h unti (Nematoda).
AMARYLLIS:
Ditytenchus dipsaci (Nematoda).
AMYGDALUS PERSICA:
Coryneum beijerinckii (Deuteromycetes).
Tranzschelia pru ni-spinosae (Promycetes).
AMYGDALUS PERSICA NECTARINA:
Tran zschelia pruni-spinosae (Promycetes).
ANDROPOGON:
Puccinia cesatii (Promycetes).
ANODA:
Purcinia heferospora (Promycetes).
ANTIRRHINUM:
Phyllosticta antirrhini (Deuteromycetes).
APIUM:
Mosaic (virus).
ARAUCARIA:
Cryptospora longispora (Ascomycetes).
ARUNDO:
Hendersonia donacis (Deuteromycetes).
ASTER:
Coleosporium solidaginis (Promycetes).
AVENA:
Uslilago levis (Promycetes).
AZALEA:
Cercospora handeli (Deuteromycetes).
Pestalozzit rhododendri (Deuteromycetes).
Septoria azaleae (Deuteromycetes).
BAMBOO:
Eutypa bambusina (Ascomycetes).
Nectria binotiana (Ascomycetes).
BEGONIA:
Papulospora parasitica (Deuteromycetes).


65







BUREAU OF ENTOMOLOGY AND PLANT QUARANTINE

Hosts and diseases-Continued


BENINCASA:
.AMycosphaerella citrullina (Ascomycetes).
BETA VULGARIS:
Phoma betae (Deuteromycetes).
BETA VULGARIS CICLA:
Urormyces betae (Promycetes).
BETULA:
Erinose (mite gall).
BRASSIA-See Orchidaceae.
BRASSICA OLERACEA CAPITATA:
Bacterium campestre (Schizomycetes).
Phoma lingam (?) (Deuteromycetes).
BRASSICA RAPA:
Plasmodiophora brassicae (Myxomycetes).
Rhabditis product (Nematoda).
BROMUS:
Ustilago bromivora (Promycetes).
BRYOPHYLLUM:
Heterodera marioni (Nematoda).
BUXUS:
Puccinia buxi (Promycetes).
CAJANUS:
Colletotrichum cajani (Deuteromycetes).
Uromyces dolicholi (Promycetes).
CAMELLIA:
Discosia arlocreas (Deuteromycetes).
Phoma tennis (Deuteromycetes).
Phyllosticta camelliaecola (Deuteromycetes).
Physalospora japonica (Ascomycetes).
CAMPANULA:
Coleosporium campa n ulac (Promycetes).
CAPSICUM:
Epicoccum nigrum (Deuteromycetes).
Helminthosporiumrn curvulum (Deuteromycetes).
Phomopsis capsici (Deuteromycetes).
Vermicularia capsici (Deuteromycetes).
Virus (mosaic).
CAREX:
Sepforia caricis montanae (Deuteromycetes).
CARICA:
Pucciniopsis caricae (Deuteromycetes).
CASTANEA:
Acrospeira mirabilis (Deuteromycetes).
Cylindrosporium castanicolum (Deuteromycetes).
Cylospora ambie rin s (Deuteromycetes).
CATTLEYA-See Orchidaceae.
CHAMAEROPS:
Microdiplodia palmarum (Deuteromycetes).
CHIONODOXA:
Aphelenchus avenae (Nematoda).
Ditylenchus dipsaci (Nematoda).
CHRYSANTH EMU M:
Cylindrosporiu m chrysanthemni (Deuteromycetes).
Puccinia chrysa nthemi (Promycetes).
Septoria chrysanthemella (Deuteromycetes).
CICHORIUM:
Srlero inia minor (Ascorn ycetes).
Septoria endiriae (Deuteromycetes).
CITRULLUS:
Afvcosphaerdla citrullina (Ascomycetes).
CITRUS AURANTIFOLIA:
Bacterium citri (Schizomycetes).
Oospora citri-aura nti (Deuteromycetes).
CITRUS GRANDIS:
Bacterium citri (Schizomycetes).
Nigrospora oryzae (Deuteromycetes).
CITRUS LIMONIA:
Bacterium citri (Schizomycetes).
S#Dtoria citri (Deiiteromycetes).
CITRUS NOBILIS:
Alternaria citri (Deuteromvcetes).
CITRUS NOBILIS DELICIOSA:
,Ifeliola penzigi (Ascomycetes).
Phona citricarpa (Deuteromycetes).
Stemphyliu m citri (Deuteromycetes).
CITRUS SINENSIS:
Alternaria citri (Deutteromycetes).
Bacterium citri (Schizomycetes).
Elsinoe australis (Ascomycetes).
Leptothyrium pomi (Deuteromycetes).
Oospora citri-aurantii (Deuteromycetes).
Phoma citricarpa (Deuteromycetes).
Pleospora herbarum (Ascomycetes).
Stemnh liimu rn citri (Deuteromycetes).
COCCOLOBA:
Pestalozzia coccolobae (Deuteromycetes).
COLCHICUM:
Urocystis colchici (Promycetes).


COLOCASIA:
Diplodia tubericola (Deuteromycetes).
Pratylenchus pratensis (Nematoda).
CONVALLARIA:
Aphelenchoides fragariae (Nematoda).
Aphelenchoides parielinus (Nematoda).
Dilylenchus dipsaci (Nematoda).
Pratylenchus pratensis (Nematoda).
Rotylenchus robuslus (Nematoda).
CROCUS:
Aphelenchus avenue (Nematoda).
CUCUMIS MELO:
Al ycosphaerella citrullina (Ascomycetes).
Rh izoctonia bataticola (Deuteromycetes).
CUCUMIS SATIVUS:
Cladosporium cucumerin um (Deuterom yeetes).
MAlycosphaerella citrullina (Ascomycetes).
CUCURBITA MAXIMA:
Alycosphaerella citrullina (Ascomycetes).
Virus (mosaic).
CUCURRITA PEPO:
Colletotrich um lagenarium (Deuteromycetes).
Erysiphe cichoracearum (Ascomycetes).
CUMINUM:
Erysiphe polygon i (Ascorn ycetes).
CYMBIDIUM-See Orcbidaceae.
CYMBOPOGON:
Aphelenchoides parietinus (Nematoda).
CYNODON:
Phyllachora cynodontis (Ascomycetes).
DAHLIA:
Erysiphe cichoracearum (Ascomycetes).
Verficillium albo-atrum (Deuteromycetes).
DAPHNE:
Heterodera marioni (Nematoda).
DIANTHUS:
Alternaria dia nhi (Deuteromycetes).
Heterosporium echinulatumr (Deuteromycetes).
Seplona dia nthi (Deuteromycetes).
DIOSCOREA:
Diplodia t ubericola (Deuteromycetes).
Pratylenchus pratensis (Nematoda).
ERIOBOTRYA:
Fusicladiumn eriobotryae (Deuteromycetes).
ERYTHROXYLON:
Uredo erylhroiylonis (Promycetes).
EUONYM US:
Cercosporella euonymi (Deuteromycetes).
Oidium euonymi-japonici (Deuteromycetes).
Pestalozzia neqlecta (Deuteromycetes).
FAGUS:
Cuinspora ambiens (Deuteromycetes).
FESTUCA:
Enichloe typhina (Ascomycetes).
Tilletia rulpiae (Promycetes).
FOENICULUM:
Fusirladium depressum (Deuteromycetes).
FRITILLARIA:
Aphelenehoides parietinus (Nematoda).
Aphelenchus arenae (Nematoda).
GALANTHUS:
Aphelenchoides parietinus (Nematoda).
Botrutis galanthina (Deuteromycotes).
GARDENIA:
MIjriangium duriaei (Ascomycetes).
GENTIANA:
Puccinia oentianae (Promycetes).
GLADIOLUS:
Aphelenchoides parietinus (Nematoda).
Papulospora rncoprophila (Deuteromycetes).
Papiulospora sp. (Deuteromycetes).
Phyllosticta gladioli (Deuteromycetes).
Sevtoria oladioli (Deuteromycetes).
GLOXINIA:
A vhelenchoides pariefinus (Nematoda).
Thielari'opsis basicola (Deuteromycetes).
Verticilliu m albo-atru m (Deuteromycetes).
GOSSYPIUM:
Cercospora althaeina (Deuteromycetes).
Glomerella oossypii (Ascomycotes).
Puccinia schedonnardi (Promycetes).
Verlicillium albo-atrum (Deuteromycetes).
GRASS:
Colletotrichum graminicolum (Deuteromycetes).
Phullachora graminis (Ascomycetes).
HEDERA:
Colletotrichum hedericola (Deuteromycetes).
Vermirncularia trichella (Deuteromycetes).


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HIBISCUS:
Cercospora althaeina (Deuteromycetes).
Kuehneola malvicola (Promycetes).
HOLCUS HALEPENSIS:
Puccinia purpurea (Promycetes).
HOLCUS SORGHUM:
Darluta filturn (Deuteromycetes).
Puccinia purpurea (Promycetes).
HOLCUS SORGHUM var. (broomcorn):
Puccinia purpurea (Promycetes).
HYACINTHUS:
Bacterium hyacinthi (Schizomycctes).
Ditylenchus dipsaci (Nematoda).
Panagrolaimus rigidus (Nematoda).
HYDRANGEA:
Oidium hortensiae (Deuteromycetes).
Septoria hydrangea (Deuteromycetes).
INGA:
Ravenelia ingae (Promycetes).
INSECTS:
Cephalosporium lecanii (Deuteromycetes).
Myriangium duriaei (Ascomycetes).
Nectria dipina (Ascomycetes).
Podonectria coccicola (Ascomycetes).
IPOMOEA:
Aphelenchoides hun/i (Nematoda).
Ceratostomella fi mbriala (Ascomycetes).
Cercospora ipomoeae (Deuteromycetes).
Diplodia tubericola (Deuteromycetes).
Monilochaetes infuscans (Deuteromycetes).
IRIS:
Ditylenchus dipsaci (Nematoda).
Vermicularia liliacearum (Deuteromycetes).
JUGLANS:
Phleospora mullimaculans (Deuteromycetes).
KERRIA:
Coryneum microstictum (Deuteromycetes).
LACTUCA:
Septoaria tactucae (Deuteromycetes).
LAELIA-See Orchidaceae..
LESPEDEZA:
Uromyces tespedezae-procu mbentis (Promycetes).
LILIUM:
Aphelenchoides parietinus (Nematoda).
Papulospora parasitica (Deuteromycetes).
Virus (mosaic).
LYCASTE.-See Orchidaceae.
LYCOPERSICUM:
Alternaria fascicidala(?) (Deuteromycetes).
Aplanobacter michiganense (Schizomycetes).
Bacterium punclilans (Schizomycetes).
Colletotrich um phomoides (Deuteromycetes).
Phytophithora terrestria (Phycomycetes).
Septoria lycopersici (Deuteromycetes).
Virus (mosaic).
Virus (spotted wilt).
MAHONIA:
Cumminsiella sanguinea (Promycetes).
MALUS:
Alternaria mali (Deuteromycetes).
Gloeosporium fructigen um (Deuteromycetes).
Leptolhyriu m pomi (Deuteromycetes).
Phoma pomi (Deuteromycetes).
Sclerolinia fructigena (Ascomycetes).
MALVA:
Septoria malvicola (Deuteromycetes).
MANIHOT:
Diplodia tubericola (Deuteromycetes).
MEDICAGO:
Colletofrichum destructive m (Deuteromycetes).
Peronospora trifoliorum (Phycomycetes).
Pseudopeziza rmedicaginis (Ascomycetes).
Uromyces serial us medicaginis (Promycetes).
MOMORDICA:
Alycosphaerella citrullina (Ascomycetes).
MUSA PARADISIACA:
Gloeosporiurf musarum (Deuteromycetes).
MUSA SP.:
Cercospora musae (Deuteromycetes).
Gloeosporium mnusaruim (Deuteromycetes).
Leptosphaeria musarum (Ascomycetes).
Mycosphaerella musae (Ascomycetes).
MUSCARI:
Aspergillus alliaceus (Deuteromycetes).
Ditylenchus dipsaci (Nematoda).
Ustilago raillan/i (Promycetes).


NARCISSUS:
Aphelenchoides parietinus (Nematoda).
A4phelenchoides subtenuis (Nematoda).
Bo/rytis narcissicola (Deuteromycetes).
Ditylenchus dipsaci (Nematoda).
Sclerolinia minutissima (Ascomycetes).
Sclerolinia narcissi (Ascomycetes).
Siagonospora cur/isii (Deuteromycetes).
NELUMBIUiM:
Panagrolaimus hygrophilus (Nematoda).
NEPENTHES:
Heterodera marioni (Nemrnatoda).
ODONTOGLOSSUM-See Orchidaceae.
ON CID I U M-See Orchidaceae.
ORCHIDACEAE:
Aphelenchoides parietinus (Nematoda).
Cercospora angreci (Deuteromr cetes).
Collect richum macrosporum (Deuterom yce tes).
Coletlotrich um orchidearum (Deuteromycetes).
Colletolrich um stanhopeae (Deuteromycetes).
Gloeosporium cattleyae (I)euterom ycetes).
Gloeosporium cymbidii (Deuteromycetes).
Glovtisporium laeliae (I)euteromycetes).
Gloeosporiu m odonloglossi macrospora (Deuteromy-
cetes).
Gloeosporium orchidearum (Deuteromycetes).
Glomerella cincta (Ascomycetes).
Hemileia oncidii (Promycetes).
Afacrophoma oncidii (Deuteromycetes).
Nectria hinotiana (Ascomycetes).
Phyllosticta nigro-maculans (Deuteromycetes).
Phylloslicta stanhopeae (Deuteromycetes).
Physalospora camplospora (Ascomycetes).
Physalospora catltyae (Ascomycetes).
ORIGANUM:
Septoria origanieola majoranae (Deuterormycetes).
ORNITHGALUM:
Puccinia ornilhgali-thyrsoides (Promvcetes).
ORYZA:
HIelminthosporium oryzae (Deuteromycetes).
PAEONIA:
Leptothyrium macrothecium (Deuteromycetes).
Pezizella lythri (Ascomycetes).
Phlyclaena ranunculacearum (Deuteromycetes).
Sclerotiopsis test udinea (Deu teromycetes).
PALM:
Zyqosporium oschioides (Deuteromycetes).
PANDANUS:
Pestalozzia palmarum (Deuteromycetes).
PASPALUM:
ICariceps paspali (Ascomycetes).
PEDILANTHUS:
Gloeosporium crocatum (Deuteromycetes).
PERSEA:
Aspergillus glaucus (Deuteromycetes).
Phyllachora gralissima (Ascomycetes).
PHALAENOPSIS-See Orchidaceae.
PHASEOLUS LUNATUS MACROCARPUS:
Colletotrichum truncatum (Deuteromyce tes).
PHASEOLUS SP. (string bean):
Bacterium phaseoli (Schizomnycetes).
Phyillostica phaseolina (Deuteromnycetes).
Phytophthora phaseoli (Phycomycetes).
PHLOX:
Septoria drn m mon di (Deuteromycetes).
PHRAGMITES:
Puccinia magnusiana (Promycetes).
Puccinia phragmifis (Promycetes).
UsLilago orandis (Promycetes).
PHYSALIS:
Colle/otrichum phomoides (Deuteromycetes).
PICEA:
Phoma conigena abielicola (Deuterom yecetes).
PISUM:
Bacterium pisi (Schizomycetes).
Cofllftotrich it m pisi (Deuteronimycetes).
Erysiphe polygon (Ascomycetes).
Peronospora pisi (Phycomycetes).
Septoria pisi (Deuteromycetes).
POPULOUS:
A elampsora medusae (Promycetes).
PRUNUS DOMESTIC:
Sclerotinia fruc/igena (Ascomycetes).
PRUNUS LAUROCERASUS:
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PRUNUS SUBHIRTELLA SENDAICA:
Phomopsis perniciosa (Deuteromycetes).
PRUNUS SP. (cherry):
Sclerotinia fructigena (Ascomycetes).
PSIDIUM:
Gloeosporiu m psidii (Deuteromycetes).
PTERIDIUM:
Uredinopsis macrosperma (Promycetes).
PUERARIA:
Diplodia tubericola (Deuteromycetes).
PUNICA:
A ycosphaerella lyihracearu m (Ascomyecetes).
PYRUS:
Coryneum foliicolum (Deuteromycetes).
Gloeosporium frucligenum (Deuteromycetes).
QITERCUS:
Fusicoccu m quercin um (Deuteromycetes).
RHODODENDRON:
Cercospora rhododendri (Deuteromycetes).
Chrysomyxa rhododendri (Promycetes).
Pestalozzia macrotrichum (Deuteromycetes).
Pestalozzia rhododendri (Deuteromycetes).
ROBINIA:
Phyllactinia corylea (Ascomycetes).
ROSA CHINENSIS MANETTI:
Apiosporella rhodophila (Ascomycetes).
Coryneu m microsliclu m (Deuteromycetes).
Pestalozzia compta (Deuteromycetes).
ROSA SP.:
Alycosphaerella rosicola (Ascomycetes).
Phragmidium rosae-acicularis (Promycetes).
Physalospora rosicola (Ascomycetes).
Sphaerotheca pannosa (Ascomycetes).
RUBUS:
Leptothyrium rubi (Deuteromycetes).
lMycosphaerella rubi (Ascomycetes).
Septoria darrowuii (Deuteromycetes).
Septoria rubi (Deuteromycetes).
RUSCUS:
Leptosphaeria rusci (Ascomycetes).
Ph yjllosticta ruscicola (Deuteromycetes).
SABAL:
Pestalozzia palmarum (Deuteromycetes).
SACCHARUM:
Colle/otrichumfalcal um (Deuteromycetes).
Afela ncoTr inum sacchari (Deuteromycetes).
SALIX:
Melampsora abieti-ca praearu m (Promycetes).
SCILLA:
Ditylenchus dipsaci (Nematoda).
SECALE:
Darlucafilum (Deuteromycetes).
Urocystis occulla (Promycetes).
SECHIUM:
Colletotrichum lagenarium (Deuteromycetes).


SECHIUM-Continued.
Mycosphaerella citrullina (Ascomycetes).
Septomyxa persicina (Deuteromycetes).
SOJA:
Erysiphe polygon i (Ascomycetes).
SOLANUM MELONGENA:
Afycosphaerella citrullina (Ascomycetes).
SOLANUM TUBEROSUM:
Aphelenchoides parielinus (Nematoda).
Aphelenchus avenue (Nematoda).
Ditylenchus dipsaci (Nematoda).
Pratylenchus pratensis (Nematoda).
TABEBUIA:
Heterodera marioni (Nematoda).
TAGETES:
Erysiphe cichoracearum (Ascomycetesl.
Puccmnia tageticola (Promycetes).
TARAXACUM:
Septoria taraxaci (Deuteromycetes).
TERMINALIA:
Fusicoccum microspermum (Deuterom yecetes).
TIGRIDIA:
Ditylenchus dipsaci (Nematoda).
TRIFOLIUM:
Phyllachora trifolii (Ascomycetes).
Pseudopeziza medicaginis (Ascomycetes).
Pseudopeziza trifolii (Ascomycetes).
Uromyces trifolii (Promycetes).
TRITICUM:
Anguina tritici (Nematoda).
Gibberella saubineii (Ascomycetes).
MTycosphaerella tulasnei (Ascomycetes).
Septoria nodorum (Deuteromycetes).
Tilletia trilici (Promycetes).
TULIPA:
BotTylis tulipae (Deuteromycetes).
VACCINIUM:
Sporonema oxycocci (Deuteromycetes).
VICIA:
Uromyces fa'bae (Promycetes).
VIGNA:
Aspergillus flavus (Deuteromycetes).
XANTHOSOMA:
Aphelenchoides parietinus (Nematoda).
Cephalobus persegnis (Nematoda).
Ditylenchus intermedius (Nematoda).
ZAMIA:
Aschersonia cubensis (Deuteromycetes).
ZINGIBER:
Aphelenchoides parietinus (Nematoda).
Panagrolaimus rigidus (Nematoda).
ZINNIA:
Cercospora atricincta (Deuteromycetes).
Cercospora zinniae (Deuteromycetes).
Erysiphe cichoracearum (Ascomycetes).


Unknown hosts


LEAF:
Erinose (mite gall).


Country of origin and diseases


AFGHANISTAN:
A nqu ina tritici (Steinb.) Filipjev.
ANTIGUA:
Pratylench us pralensis (deMan) Filipjev.
ARABIA:
Colletotrichum graminicolum (Ces.) Wils.
Epichloe typhina (Tul.) Pers.
Phyllachora frifolii Fckl.
ARGENTINA:
Diplodia tubericola (E. & E.) Taub.
Puccinia allii (DC.) Rud.
Uromyces striatus medicaginis (Pass.) Arth.
AUSTRALIA:
Phoma citricarpa McAlp.
Vermicularia liliacearum Westd.
BAHAMAS:
Myrianqium duriaei Mont. & Berk.
Nectria diploa B. & C.
BELGIUM:
Cercospora handeli Bubak.
Glomerella cincta (Ston.) Spauld. & Schrenk.


BELGIUM-Continued.
Pestalozzia rhododendri (D. Sace.) Guba.
Puccinia allii (DC.) Rud.
Sclerotinia minor Jagger.
Seploria azaleae Vogi.
Thiclaviopsis basicola (Berk.) Ferraris.
BERMUDA:
Alycosphaerella rosicola (Pass.) B. H. Davis.
Pestalozzia coccolobae E. & E.
Septoria chrysanthemella Cav.
Sptoria drum mondi E. & E.
Virus (mosaic).
BRAZIL:
Colletotrichum lagenarium (Pass.) Ell. & Hals.
Elsinoe australis Bit. & Jenk.
Gloeosporium orchidearum Karst. & Har.
Hemileia oncidi Griff. & Maubl.
Heterodera marioni (Cornu) Goodey.
Afycosphaerella musae (Speg.) Syd.
Oospora citri-aurantii C. 0. Smith.
Podonectria coccicola E. & E.
Septoria lactucae Pass.


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CANADA:
Cercospora rhododendri March. & Verpl.
Coleosporium solidaginis (Sebhw.) Thuem.
Nectria cinnabarina (Tode) Fr.
Phragmidium rosae-acic-ularis Liro.
Septoria origanicola majoranae Bres.
CHILE:
Melampsora rmedusae Thuem.
Puccinia allii (DC.) Rud.
Rhizoctonia balaticola (Taub.) Butl.
Tranzschelia pruni-spinosae (Pers.) Diet.
CHINA:
Alternaria citri N. B. Pierce.
Aphelenchoides parietinus (Bast.) Steiner.
Bacterium citri (Hasse) Doidge.
Diplodia tubericola (E. & E.) Taub.
ljuhya vilrea Starb.
Stemphylium citri Patterson & Charles.
COLOMBIA:
Aphelenchoides parietinus (Bast.) Steiner.
Cephalosporium lecanii Zimm.
Cercospora musae Zimm.
Claviceps paspali (Schw.) Stevens & Hall.
Colletotrichum orchidearum All.
Gloeosporium cattleyae Sacc. & D. Sace.
Gloeosporium odontoglossi macrospora Verpl.
Gloeosporium orchidearum Karst. & Har.
Glomerella cincta (Ston.) Spauld. & Sebrenk.
Leptosphaeria musarum S. & H.
Macrophoma oncidii P. Henn.
Physalospora camptospora Sace.
Pucciniopsis caricae Earle.
COSTA RICA: '
Gloeosporium musarum Cke. & Mass.
CUBA:
Alternaria faeciculata (?) (C. & E.) Jones & Grout.
Aphelenchoides parietinus (Bast.) Steiner.
Aspergillus flavus Link.
Cephalobus persegnis Bast.
Cephalosporium lecanii Zimm.
Cercospora musae Zimm.
Cladosporium cucumerinum Ell. & Arth.
Colelotrichumfalcatum F. A. Went.
Colletotrichum lagenarium (Pass.) Ell. & Hals.
Colletotrichum phomoides (Sacc.) Chester.
Colletotrichum truncatum (Schw.) Andrus & Moore.
Ditylenchus intermedius (deMan) Filipjev.
Gloeosporium musarum Cke. & Mass.
Helminthosporium curvulum Sacc.
Afycosphaerella citrullina (Smith) Gross.
Nectria diploa B. & C.
Oospora citri-aurantii C. 0. Smith.
Panagrolaimus hygrophilus Bassen.
Panagrolaimus rigidus (Schneider) Thorne.
Phomopsis capsici (Mgn.) Sace.
Phyllosticta antirrhini Syd.
Phyllosticta phaseolina Sace.
Phytophthora terrestria Sherb.
Pucciniopsis caricae Earle.
Septomyxa persicina (Fres.) Sacc.
Sphaerotheca pannosa (Wallr.) Lev.
Uromyces dolicholi Arth.
Vermicularia capsici Syd.
Zygosporium oschibides Mont.
DENMARK:
Aphelenchoides parietinus (Bast.) Steiner.
Pratylenchus pratensis (deMan) Filipjev.
Rhy/ipma acerinum (Pers.) Fries.
Rotylenchus robustus (DeMan) Filipjev,
Urocystis occulta (Wallr.) Rab.
DOMINICAN REPUBLIC:
Colletotrichum macrosporum Sacc.
ECUADOR:
Gloeosporium musarum Cke. & Mass.
EGYPT:
Puccinia alli (DC.) Rud.
Puccinia cesatii Schroet.
ENGLAND:
Alternaria dianthi Stevens & Hall.
Aphelenchoides hunti Steiner.
Cercospora anvreci Gaill. & Feuill.
Coleosporium campanulae (Pers.) Ler.
Colletotrichum orchidearum All.
Cytospora ambiens Sacc.
Ditylenchus dipsaci (Kuhn) Filipjev.
Erinose.
Gibberella saubinetii (Mont.) Sace.
Oidium hortensiae Jorstadt.


ENGLAND-Continued.
Peronospora pisi (DeBy.) Syd.
Pestalozzia macrotricha Klebahn.
Pestalozzia rhododendri (D. Sacc.) Guba.
Rhytisma acerinum (Pers.) Fries.
Sclerotinia fructigena Aderh. & Ruhl.
Septoria chrysanthemella Cav.
Seploria nodorum Berk.
FRANCE:
Aphelenchoides parielinus (Bast.) Steiner.
Coryneum foliicolum Fckl.
Cytospora ambiens Sacc.
Ditylenchus dipsaci (Kuhn) Filipjev.
Erysiphe polygoni DC.
Gloeosporium fructiqenum Berk.
Leptothyrium macrothecium Fckl.
Leptothyrium rubi (Duby) Sace.
Mycosphaerella schoeMoprasi (Rabenh.) Sebroet.
Nectria binotiana Sace.
Panagrolaimus rigidus (Schneider) Thorne.
Phomopsis prunorum Grove.
Plasmodiophora bras.,icae Wor.
Puccinia allii (DC.) Rud.
Scterotinia fructigena Aderh. & Ruhl.
Sclerotlium cepicorum Berk.
Vermicularia liliacearum Westd.
GERMANY:
Aphelenchoidesfragariae (Ritzema Bos) Christie.
Aphelenchoides parietinus (Bast.) Steiner.
Ditylenchus dipsaci (Kuhn) Filipjev.
Fusicoccum quercinum Sacc.
Phoma conigena abielicola Sac.
Praoftylenchus pTatensis (DeMan) Filipjev.
Puccinia allii (DC.) Rud.
GREECE:
Oidium euonymi-japonici (Arcang.) Sacc.
GUATEMALA:
Cercospora musae Zimm.
Colletotrichum orchidearum All.
Erinose.
Heterosporium echinulatum (Berk) Cke.
Oospora cirri-aurantii C. 0. Smith.
Physalospora cattleyae MaubL. & Lasn.
Rarenelia ingae (P. Henn.) Artb.
HAITI:
Oospora citri-auranlii C. 0. Smith.
Nectria diploa B. & C.
HONDURAS:
Cercospora musae Zimm.
Mlyriangiurn duriaei Mont. & Berk.
Nectria diploa B. & C.
Pucciniopsis caricae Earle.
HUNGRY:
Puccinia allii (D. C.) Rud.
INDIA:
Bacterium citri (Hasse) Doidge.
Phyllachora cynodontis (Sace.) Niessl.
IRAN:
Anquina tritici (Steinb.) Filijev.
IRELAND:
Apiosporella rhodophila Sace.
Coryneum microstictum B. & Br.
Gloeosporium fructiqe'num Berk.
Pestalozzia compta Sacc.
Pseudopeziza medicaginis (Lib.) Sacc.
Pseudopeziza trifolii (Biv.) Fekl.
Puccinid buri DC.
Uromyces trifolii (Hedw. f.) Lev.
ITALY:
Coryneum beijerinckii Oud.
Cui m minnsiella sanguinea (Peck) Arth.
Cylindrosporium caslanicolum (Desm.) Berl.
Cytospora ambiens Sacc.
Fusicladium depressum (B. & Br.) Sacc.
Fusicladium eriobotryae Cav.
Helerosporium allii Ellis & Mart.
Lepltosphaeria rusci (Walr.) Sace.
Leptothyrium pomai (Mont. & Fr.) Sace.
MAlicrodiplodin palmirum Died.
MAfycosphaerell'z citrullina (Smith) Gross.
Oidium euonymi-japonici (Arcang.) Sacc.
Peronospora pisi (DeBy.) Syd.
Phyllosticta ruscicola Dur. & Mont.
Pleospora herbarum (Pers.) Rabh.
Puccinia allii (DC.) Rud.
Puccinia magnusianum Koern.
Rhabdilis product Schneider.
Sclerotinia fructigena Aderh. & Ruhl.







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ITALY-Continued.
Sclero'iu m cepivorum Berk.
Septoria dianlthi Desm.
Seploria endiriae Thuem.
Seploria taraxaci Holl.
Urocyslis cepulae Frost.
Uromyces betae (Pers.) Lev.
Uromycesfabae (Pers.) DeBary.
Ustilago bromirora Fischer de Wald.
Uslilago vaillaniii Tul.
JAMIAICA:
Heterodera marioni (Cornu) Goodey.
Alycosphaerella citrullina (Smith) Gross.
Pralylenchus pratensis (DeMan) Filipjev.
Pucciniopsis caricae Earle.
JAPAN:
Acrospeira mirabilis B. & Br.
Alternaria citri N. B. Pierce.
Bacterium campesire (Pammel) E. F. S.
Bacterium citri (Hasse) Doidge.
Bacterium pisi (Sackett) E. F. S.
Ceratoslomella fimbriala (E. & H.) Elliott.
Cercosporella euonymi Eriks.
Colletotrichum lagenarium (Pass.) Ell. & Hals.
Coryneum microsticlumrn B. & Br.
Discosia artocreas (Tode) Fr.
Frysiphe polygon DC.
Gloeosporiu m cymbidii Verpl.
Heterodera mariori (Cornu) Goodey.
Afeliola penzigi Sacc.
Mycosphaerella schoenoprasi (Rabenh.) Schroet.
Pestalozzia neolecta Thurnm.
Pezizella lythri (Desm.) Shear & Dodge.
Phlyctaena ran u n culacearum v. H.
Phoma citricarpa McAlp.
Phoma lenuis Pass.
Phyllosticta ca ruefliaecola meranensis Bubak.
Physalospora japonica Togashi.
Plosmodiophora brassicne Wor.
Scleroliop.is te.ludinea Dearness.
Stemphyflium cilri Patterson & Charles.
Uromyces lespedezae-procumbentis (Schw.) Curtis.
JAVA:
Aphelenchoides parietin 1us (Bast.) Steiner.
Bacterium citri (Hasse) Doidge.
Vermicularia capsici Syd.
MALTA:
Erysiphe polygoni DC.
MEXICO"
Alfernaria maliJ. W. Robert..
Aplanobacter mtchiganensi E. F. S.
Aspergillus glaucus Link.
Bacterium phaseoli E. F. S.
Bacterium pisi (Sackett) E. F. S.
Bacterium punctilans Bryan.
Botrytis allii Munn.
Ceralostomella fi mbriata (E. & H.) Elliott.
Cercospora althaeina Sacc.
Cercospora alricincta Heald & Wolf.
Cercospora ipomoeae Wint.
Cercospora mu sae Zimrm.
Cercospora zinniae E. & M.
Colletotrichum destructivum O'Gara.
Colletotrichum falcatum F. A. Went.
Collelotorichum hedericola Laubert.
Colletotrichum orch idea um All.
Colletotrichum phomoides (Sacc.) Chester.
Colletotrichum pisi Pat.
Colletotf rich urn stanhopeae P. Henn.
Cylindrosporium chrysanthemi Ell. & Dearn.
Darlucafilum (Biv.) Cast.
Diplodia t ubericola (E. & E.) Taub.
Epicoccum nigrum Lk.
Erysiphe cichoracearum DC.
Erysiphe polyqoni DC.
Gloeosporium crocatum Sacc.
Oloeosporiu m laeliae P. Henn.
GloeosporiuM m usarum Cke. & Mass.
Gloeosporium psidii Del.
Clomerella qossypii (E. A. Southworth) Edg.
Helminthosporium oryzaev. Br. de Haan.
Heterospon ium echinulatum (Berk.) Cke.
Kuehneola malvicola (Speg.) Arth.
Leptothyrium pomi (Mont. & Fr.) Saco.
Macrosporium commune Rab.
Afacrosporium pornri Ellis.
MAfelampsora auieli-capraearum Tubeuf.
MAlelanconium sacchari Massee.


MEXICO-Continued. -
Afonilochaelesinfuscans EI1. & Hals.
Mycosphaerella rubi E. W. Roark.
Myriangium duriaei Mont. & Berk.
Oospora citri-aurantii C. 0. Smith.
Papulospora coprophila (Zukal) Hotson.
Papulospora sp.
Peronospora pisi (DeBy.) Syd.
Peronospora trifoliorum DeBy.
Phleospora multlimaculans Heald & Wolf.
Phoma betae (Oud.) Frank.
Phoma lingam (Tode) Desm.
Phoma pomi Pass.
Phyllachora graminis (P. ex. Fr.) Fckl.
Phyllachora gratissima Rehm.
Phyllactinia corylea (Pers.) Karst.
Phyllosticta gladioli E. & E.
Phyllosticta nigro-maculans Sacc.
Phyllosticta stanhopeae All.
Phytophtihora phaseoli Thaxt.
Phytophthora terrestria Sherb.
Pratylinchus pralensis (deMan) Filipjev.
Pseudopeziza medieaginis (Lib.) Sacc.
Puccinia chrysanthemi Roze.
Puccinia heterospora B. & C.
Puccinia purpurea Cke.
Puccinia schedonnardi Kellerm. & Sw.
Puccinia tageticola Diet. & Holw.
Septoria darrowii Zeller.
Seploria gladioli Pass.
Septoria hydrangeae Bizz.
Septoria lycoper.sici Speg.
Septoria rubi Westd.
Sphaerolheca pannosa (Wallr.) Lev.
Tillelia Iritici (Bjerk.) Wint.
Tran zschelia pruni-spinosae (Pers.) Diet.
Uredinopsis macrosperma (Cooke) Magn.
Uromyces striatus medicaginis (Pass.) Arth.
Ustilago levis (Kell. & Sw.) Magn.
Verticillium alboatrum Reinke & Berth.
Virus (mosaic).
Virus (spotted wilt).
MOROCCO:
Aspergillus alliaceus Thorn & Church.
Ustrlafn vazllantii Tul.
NETHERLANDS:
Aphelenchoides fragariae (Ritzema Bos) Christie.
SAphelenchoides parietinus (Bast.) Steiner.
Aphelenchoides subtenuis (Cobb) Goodey.
Aphelenchus avenae Bast.
Bacterium hyacinthi Wakker'.
Botrytis galanthina (B. & Br.) Sudw.
Botrytis narcissicola Kleb.
Botrytis tulipae (Lib.) Hopkins.
Ditylenchus dipsaci (Kuhn) Filipjev.
Eutypa bambusina Penz. & Sacc.
Mycosphaerella citrullina (Smith) Gross.
Papulospora coprophila (Zukal) Hotson.
Papulospora parasilica (Eid.) Harz.
Papulo0pora sp.
Phomopsis perniciosa Grove.
Pralylenchus pratensis (deMan) Filipjev.
Puccinia allii (DC.) Rud.
Puccinia phragmilis (Sbchum.) Koern.
Rotylenchus robustus (deMan) Filipjev.
Sclerotinia minutissima Drayton.
Sclerotinia narcissi Drayton.
Septoria azaleae Vogl.
Staganospora curtisii (Berk.) Sacc.
Urocystis colchici (Schlecht) Rab.
Ustilago grandis Fries.
Verticilliu m albo-atru m Reinke & Berth.
NEWFOUNDLAND:
Sporonema oxycocci Shear.
NEW SOUTH WALES:
Physalospora rosicola Sacm.
NEW ZEALAND:
Cryptospora longispora Servazzi.
NORWAY:
Aphelenchoides parietinus (Bast.) Steiner.
Aphelenchus avenue Bast.
Pratylenchus pratensis (deMan) Filipjev.
V'ermicularia trichella Fr.
NOVA SCOTIA:
Guignardia aesculi (Pk.) V. B. Stewart.
PALESTINE:
Hendersonia donaciv Sacc.


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'Country of origin and diseases-Ccntinued


PANAMA:
Nectria diploa B. & C.
PERU:
Diplodia tubericola (E. & E.) Taub.
Uredo erythrorylonis Graz.
Virus (mosaic).
PHILIPPINES:
Bacterium citri (Hasse) Doidge.
Colletotrichum macros porum Sacc.
Heterodera marioni (Cornu) Goodey.
Pestalozzia palmarum Cke.
POLAND:
Erinose.
PORTUGAL:
Botrytis allii Munn.
Darluca fdlum (Biv.) Cast.
Mycosphaerella citruhina (Smith) Gross.
Mycosphaerella lulasnei Jacz.
Puccinia allii (DC.) Rud.
Septoria pisi West.
PUERTO RICO:
Aschersonia cubensis B. & C.
Cephalosporium lecanii Zimm.
CoUetotrichum cajani Rangel.
Fusicoccum microspermum Has. & Karst.
Gloesporium musarum Cke. & Mass.
Mycosphaerella lythracearum Wolf.
Myriangium duriaei Mont. & Berk.
Nigrospora oryzae (B. & Br.) Petch.
Pucciniopsis caricae Earle.
RUMANIA:
Aphetenchoides parie/inus (Bast.) Steiner.
Aphelenchus avenue Bast.
Puccinia alli (DC.) Rud.
Septoria malricola EU. & Mart.
ST. VINCENT:
Ceratostomella fimbriata (E. & H.) Elliott.


SIERRA LEONE:
Aphelenchoides hunti Steiner.
Diplodia tubericola (E. & E.) Taub.
Melanconium sacchari Massee.
SPAIN:
Bacterium citri (Hasse) Doidge.
Leptothyrium pomi (Mont. & Fr. ) Sae.
Puccinia allii (DC.) Rud.
STRAITS SETTLEMENTS:
Badcerium cilrT (Hasse) Doidge.
SWEDEN:
Septoria caricis montanae Vestergren.
SWITZERLAND:
Chrysomyra rhododendri (DC.) DeBy.
Puccinia gentianae (Str.) Link.
SYRIA:
Tilletia rulpiae P. Magn.
THAILAND:
Bacterium citri (Hasse) Doidge.
TRINIDAD:
Cephalosporium lecanii Zimm.
TURKEY:
Boetrytis galanthina (B. & Br.) Sace.
Puccinia allii (DC.) Rud.
URUGUAY:
Puccinia allii (DC.) Rud.
UNION OF SOUTH AFRICA:
Diplodia tubericola (E. & E.) Taub.
AMycosphaerello citrullina (Smith) Gross.
Puccinia ornifhogali-thyrsoides Diet.
Seploria cilre Pass.
VENEZUELA:
Gloeosporium cottleyae Sace. & D. Sace.
Glomerella cincta (Ston.) Spauld. & Sehrenk.
Mycosphaerella cutrullina (Smith) Gross.
VIRGIN ISLANDS:
Pestalozzia palmarum Cke.
WEST AFRICA:
Diplodia t ubericola (E. & E. ) Taub.




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Bur. Ent. & P. Q. Issued December 1941 Un ited S t a t e s D e partm ent of Agriculture BUREAU OF ENTOMOLOGY AND PLANT QUARANTINE SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS L IST OF IN T E R CEPTED PLANT PESTS, 1940 (Li"st of Pests Recorded During the Period July 1, 1939, to June 30, 1940, In clusive, as Intercepted in, on, or with Plants and Plant Products Entering United S tates Territory.) INTRODUCTION This report, covering the twenty-seventh year for which lists of interceptions have been issued, shows a decided change in arrangement of the detailed tabular information regarding those species believed to be of sufficient interest to warrant such presentation. Under the new arrangement the detailed data are given under the names of the pests and indexed under the names of the hosts and under the countries of origin instead of being given under the countries of origin without any indexing. This change is being made so that the list will be more serviceable under present-day conditions. When the first list of interceptions was issued on February 2, 1914, covering the period July 1 to December 31, 1913, 84 percent of the interceptions listed were made by State quarantine officers. Federal quarantine inspectors were located in Washington only, and interception data were assembled and used on a country-of-origin basis. Data were so few that all could be reviewed quickly regardless of the arrangement used. Today most of the interceptions are made by Federal inspectors who are stationed at numerous maritime and border ports; interceptions are indexed in the Washington office under pest, host, and country of origin, but these files are not available to the major part of the personnel except by correspondence; and the pest-and-host relationship is more important than the country of origin, since rapid transportation of pests with host materials has made distribution data less stable than they were formerly. In an effort to meet the needs of the organization as a whole, and of cooperating agencies and specialists as well, an index to previous interceptions has been prepared and is being checked prior to expected publication. This index has alphabetical lists of intercepted insects and pathogens, with alphabetical lists of the hosts in, on, or with which they were intercepted and alphabetical lists ot the coun tries of origin. Hosts are listed alphabetically also and the pests found associated with them are indicated. The new arrangement of the annual list is not only more serviceable of itself but will make it usable as an annual supplement to the cumulated index when it becomes available. With so much of the data cross-indexed it is felt that relatively little text is needed to enable readers to find information of special interest to them. Following the introduction there are brief references to a few of the more interesting findings, as well as summaries of the interceptions of some of the species too common to be included in the detailed tables, and ot incompletely determined pests. As usual, the records summarized in this report cover determinations of 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 for entry tor immediate export or for immediate transporta tion and exportation in bond, and (5) in domestic shipments reaching the mainland from Hawaii and Puerto Rico. Collections made late in the year are often included in the report for the following year, especially if not determined immediately. The data on which this paper is based are on file in Washington, D. C. In addition to routine reports and determinations by the personnel of this Bureau, State and customs officials furnish considerable information. Staffs of specialists maintained by the States of Cali-400127-41--1 1

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• 2 BUREAU OF ENTOJVfOLOGY AND PLANT QUARANTINE fornia and Florida and the Territory of Hawaii determine most of the interceptions made there, and specialists in the Bureau of Plant Industry determine a large part of the more difficult plant-disease material. The alleged origin oi plant materials cannot be verified in all cases. Obviously doubtful items are either omitted or the origin is listed as unknown. NOTES ON INSECTS INTERCEPTED FRUITFLIES The following fruitflies were intercepted: Anastrepha distincta Greene in Inga sp. from Mexico; A. fraterculua (Wied.) in peach from Mexico; Mexican fruitfly (A. ludens (Loew)) in avocado, grapefruit, mango, orange, peach, pear, pomegranate, ponderosa lemon, quince, sour orange, sweet lime, tangerine, and white sapote from Mexico; A. mombinpraeoptans Sein in Spondia, sp. from the American Virgin Islands, mango from Cuba, Dominican Republic, Haiti, Jamaica, and Mexico, and guava and mango from Puerto Rico; A. serpentina (Wied.) in sapote from Honduras, mamey and sapote from Mexico, and orange and sapodilla from Trinidad; A. suspensa (Loew) in guava from Cuba and Puerto Rico; Anastrepha sp. in grapefruit from Argentina, sapodilla fro1n Colombia, mango from Costa Rica, Cuba, Haiti, Jamaica, and Panama, star-apple from Guatemala, mango and starapple from Honduras, apple, apricot, avocado, guava, mango, orange, peach, pear, quince, and sapote from Mexico, and mango and sapodilla from Trinidad; Mediterranean fruitfly (Ceratitis capitata Wied.) in tangerine from Brazil, in box containing apples and pears from Germany, avocado, coffee berry, and pepper from Hawaii, bitter orange, pear, pricklypear, and where oranges had been stored on deck of ship from Italy, and orange from Portugal and Spain; Ceratitis sp. in grapefruit from Palestine and Union of Sou th Africa; melon fly (Dacua cucurbitae ( Coq.)) in box of cucumbers from Hawaii; olive fruitfly (D. oleae Gmel.) in olive from Italy and Portugal; Dacus sp. in pumpkin from Union of South Africa; Epochra sp. in currant from Mexico; apple maggot (Rhagoletis pomonella (Walsh)) in apple from Canada and Me_ xico and Crataegus sp. from Mexico; Rhagoletis sp. in black walnut and Crataegus sp. from Mexico; Spilographa sp. in Rosa spinosisaima var. from Canada; papaya fruitfly (Toxotrypana curvicauda (Gerst.) in bag containing papaya fruit from Puerto Rico; trypetid in Wisteria sp._ from Japan, cut flowers, seed pod, and Zinnia sp. from Mexico, Lonicera sp. seed from Sweden, rhizome from Switzerland, and peach and plum from Union of South Africa. INSECTS OTHER THAN FRUITFLIES Acrolepia assectella (Zell.) (Hyponomeutidae) was intercepted in leeks from Italy and Sweden. The citrus blackfly (Aleurocanthus woglumi Ashby) was f,und on leaves of lemon, orange, and sweet lime from Cuba, fruit of sour lime from Dominica, and leaf of sour lime from Jamaica. Pineapples from Mexico were infested with Alpheias conspirata. Hein. (Galleriidae). Anthonomus funereus Champ. (Curcuculionidae) arrived with orchids from Mexico. Aonidiella com perei McK. (Coccidae) was found on sour limes from Dominica and Guatemala. Aspidiotus coryphae Ckll. (Coccidae) infested coconuts from Philippines. Astero l _ecanium stentae Br2,in (Coccidae) was intercepted on Euphorbia sp. from Union of South Africa. Baris lepidi ' i Germ. (Curculionidae) was taken in horseradish from Poland. Bruchus pallidicornis (Boh.) (Bruchidae) infes:ed lentil seed from It~.ly. Cerotoma atrofasciata Jae. (Chrysomelidae) arrived with Oncidium caven d-ishianum from Guatemala. The turnip gall weevil ( Ceutorhynchus pleurostigma Marsh.) was intercepted in turnip from England, France, Netherlands, Scotland, and Sweclen. The Asiatic rice borer (Chilo simplex (Butler)) was intercepted with rice straw from Japan. Chrysomphalus umbonif erus N ewst. (Coccidae) was taken on an orchid leaf from Venezuela. Coptotermes formosanus Shiraki .(te"mite) arrived with Cycas sp. from Japan. Crocidosema plebwiana Zell. (Oleth re -1tidae) infe~ted Hibiscus sp. from Bermuda and okra from Cuba and Mexico. D iaspis visci (Sehr.) (C o ccidae) was found on Juniperus sp. berry from ItBly. C--c "nuts from Hawaii and Philippines were infested with the Tahitian coconut weevil (Diocalandra taitensis Guer.). Epicaerus cognatus Sharp (Curculionidae) was taken in potato from Mexico. Epinotia oppnsita Hein. (Olethreutid2e) arrived with lima and string beans from Mexico and string beans from Venezuela. Eumecosomyia nubila Wied. (Otitidae). was taken in corn from Brazil and Mexico, lettuce from Mexico, and orange from Panama. Eupteryx melissae Curt. (Cicadellidae) was found on sage from England. The West Indian sweetpotato weevil

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SERVICE Al~D REG LATORY OUNCEME TS 3 (Eusepes postfasciatus Fairm.) was intercepted in weetpotatoe from Brazil, Dominican Republic, Haiti, Hawaii, Jamaica, and Trinidad. Exosoma lustitanica L. (Chr omelidae) "a f )und in cipollini from Morocco. Exptoch iomera oblonga (Stal) (Lygaeidae) wa taken on eggplant, pepper, and tomato from Mexico. Faustinus cubae (Boh. ) (Curculionidae) infe. ted pepper from Cuba. Frankliniella schultzei Tr b. (thrip ) wa found on chinkerichee from the -nion of South Africa .. Fulv 'ius bisbistillatus ( tal) (Miridae) arrived "ith Cattleya pp. from Colombia. Gelechia ericetella (Hbn.) (Gelechiidae) wa taken on heather from Scotland. Gnorimoschema gudmanella ( 1 m.) (Gelechiidae) infe ted peppers from Cuba and Mexico .and tomatoe from Mexico. Hell u la phidilealis ( alk.) (P rau tidae) wa found on mu tard, radi h, and white green fro_m Cuba. Heraeus cincticornis tal (Lygaeidae) arrived v.ith Cattleya p. from enezuela. Hoplandrothrips xanthopoides Bagn. (thrip ) wa intercepted on Bryophyllum p. from Barbado . Kalotermes snyderi Light (termite) "a taken in me quite from Mexico. Laspeyresia splendana Hbn. (Olethreutidae) wa intercepted in che tnuts from the Az)re , Ital , Japan, and Portugal. Lecani od1aspis dendrobii (Dougl.)' (Ccccidae) wa taken on Cattleya p. from Colombia. The Ea t Indian bean pod borer ( "itl aruca testulalis Geyer) infe ted string beans from American Virgin I land~, Brazil, Dominican Republic, Haiti, Hawaii, Japan, and Puerto Rico, and Canaval i a p. and Dioclea violacea from Hawaii. ~1egalometis ch i liens i s Boh. (Curculionidae) arrived with nectarine from Chile. Pi tache nut from Italy wa infe ted with ,f egastigmus p ' istaciae \Yalk. (Callimomidae) . Jlicrelus ericae G 11. (Curculionidae) wa found on heather from cotland. -ri.Ioodna bisinuella Hamp. (Phycitidae) arrived with c 0rn from Mexico. Iordellistena cattleyana Champ. (Mordellidae) infe ted orchid from Colombia and enezuela and M. chapini Ra arri ed with orchid from Colombia and Mexico. Myzus hemero callis Taka. (aphid) wa intercepted on Heme r ocall i s p. from China. apomyza late ral,is Fallen (Agrom zidae) wa found in witloof leave frn m Belgium. Ophiomyia pingu1s (Agromyzidae) arrived with witloof from Belgium. The pink boll worm ( P ectinophora gossypiella ( aund.)) wa intercepted in cotto n eed from Brazil, Egypt, Italy, Mexic.), and Puerto Rico, eed cotton from Brazil, Manchuria, and Mexico , cotton from Hawaii, and okra from Mexic . The vine moth (Polychrosis botrana (1-.;chiff.)) arrived with grape from Ital . Psylliode s chryso cephala L. (Chry omelidae) infested broccoli, cabbage, cauliflower, and turnip from Ital and turnip from France and M o rocco. The European corn borer (Pyrausta nubilalis (Hbn. )) arrived with tring bean from Japan. Ribua innoxia Hein. (Phycitidae) wa intercepted in pineapple from Cuba. The mango weevil (Sternochetus mangif era F.) wa taken in mang e from Hawaii. Taeniothri ps ericae (Hal.) (thrip ) wa taken on heather from Germany and cotland. NOTES ON PLANT DIS:2ASt.S INTERCEPTED Interceptions of citrus canker (Bacterium citri ) during he year numbered 17, on 4 host pecies, with 4 countries of origin. Thirteen of the e interception were made during the 6-month_ period March to Augu t, inclu ive. The banana leaf spot (Cercospora musae) was reported 15 time although banana receive relatively little in pection. Elsinoe australis, the weet orange cab of South America was found twice on orange in store . Lima bean cab (E. phaseoli) wa intercepted 304 times during the year. Mycosphaerella schoenoprasi continue to be intercepted, e pecially from Japan, but not with uch frequency a formerly. Panag r olaimus hygrophilus a new pecies of nematode wa found o ember 27 1939 , in a wet rot of waterlil root from Cuba and later de cribed. Papu lospora cop rophila was apparentl rotting an onion bulb from Mexico on which it was intercepted in May 1940. Citrus black pot (Phoma citr i carpa) -wa intercepted but t" ice during the year. During the cour e of an in pee ion of Sagittaria p. corm from Wi con in for export a new pecie of nematode wa found and later de cribed as Rhabditis chitwoodi. During the year Tritirach iu1n a ne\\ form genu in the Moniliaceae wa described ba ed in part on T. dependens the tvpe specie found on Yucca treculeana from Cuba but being econdary it i not li ted a an interception. redo wakensis, de cribed during the ear wa in ercepted at Honolulu February 22, 1938 on Tournefortia p. from v\ ake I land and mentioned in the 1939 li t of interception on page 4. The oriental le pedeza ru t which goes under the name uromyces lespedezae-procumbentis although markedl different in ho t reactions and poten ially a menace o plant of oriental species of le pedeza, wa intercepted with le pedeza eed from Japan. It ma:v be noted that ame fairly common disea e are li ted in he detailed table. The general policy has been to li t the e common di ea e until a rea on-

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4 BUREAU OF ENTOMOLOGY AND PLANT QUARANTINE ably representative set of data are recorded showing the hosts and countries of origin involved-a contribution to the study of the types of diseases actually transported in commerce. COMMON PESTS INTERCEPTED In order to give a complete picture of the interception work it is necessary to call attention, however briefly, to the thousands of interceptions of common pests. Some of these pests are cosmopolitan, others are not so widely distributed but are well established in this country. Two of the diseases, Elsinoe phaseoli and Helminthosporium allii, have not been reported as occurring in the United States mainland but are intercepted in such numbers that detailed records of them are no longer made. Some of the interceptions of diseases known to occur in this country doubtless represent forms or strains not found here. Great numbers of common pests are discarded without any record being made of them, but enough are recorded to give a reasonably representative sample. In the following summaries of these records the numbers following the names .of organisms indicate the number of countries of origin from which the pest was intercepted and th(? total number of interceptions recorded. INSECTS Common insects intercepted 10 or more times, and recorded, included Acanthoscelides obtectus (10-185), Ahasverus advena (23-113) Anthonomus eugenii (1-6,068), Aonidiella aurantii (19-618), Aphis gossypii (8-177), A. rumicis ( 4-13), Araecerus fasciculatus (14-26), Aspidiotus camelliae (9-32), A. cyan ophylli (12-66), A. hederae (20-141), A. lataniae (13-232), A. perniciosus (10-34), Aulacaspis pentagona (7-15), Brevicoryne brassicae (13-19), Car pocapsa pomonella (13-89), Cathartus quadricollis ( 4-165), Cerataphis lataniae (11-28), Chionaspis citri (9-19), Chrysomphalus aonidum (32-5,368), C. dic tyospermi (22-752), Coccus hesperidum (21-77), Diaspis boisduvalii (20-243), D. bromeliae (6-321), D. echinocacti (9-28), Ephestia cautella (9-20), Gnori moschema operculella (29-203), Heliothis armigera (11-3,390), H. virescens (6-106), Hippodamia convergens (1-192), Howardia biclavis (7-46), I schnaspis longirostris (8-15), Laphygmafrugiperda (3-329), Lasioderma serricorne (10-118) Lepidosaphes beckii (50-3,938), L. gloverii (14-772), L. ulmi (16-47), Macrosiphum solanif olii (8-209), Myzus persicae (18-309), Necrobia rufipes (15-56), Oryzaephilus surinamensis (12-98), Parlatoria pergandii (19-4,012), P. proteus (14-62), Pinnaspis aspidistrae (12-61), P. minor (11-129), Plodia interpunctella (9-378), Pseudococcus adonidum (6-26), P. brevipes (15-435), P. citri (20-73), P. maritimus (12-42), Rhizoglyphus hyacinthi (11-127), Rhizopertha dominica (6-54), Rhopalosiphum pseudobrassicae (2-72), Saissetia hemi sphaerica (21-136), S. nigra (7-46), S. oleae (11-40), Selenaspidus articulatus (23-79), Sitophilus oryza (18-1,113), Sitotroga cerealella (5-21), Tenebroides mauritanicus (12-56), Thrips tabaci (22-34 7), Tribolium castaneum (9-282), T. confusum (9-97), and Typhaea stercorea (12-93). In addition to the listed species of common insects, there were 5,249 interceptions belonging to 693 different species which were not deemed to be of sufficient importance from the plant-quarantine viewpoint to warrant listing them by species. Total of insects included in this paragraph, 39,711. DISEASES Common plant diseases intercepted included Act, inomyces scabies (37-469), Albugo candida (4-78), Alternaria brassicae (11-37), A. herculea (17-33), A. radicina (5-10), A. solan, (1-108), Aspergillus n ' iger (30-313), Bacillus caroto vorus (21-63), Bacterium maculicola (9-19), B. marginatum (7-300), B. rhizo genes (3-6), B. tumef aciens ( 6-23), B. vesicatorium ( 4-2, 4 72), Botrytis cinerea (28-168), Capnod ,ium citr1 (17-55), Cephalothecium roseum (16-71), Ceratosto mella adiposum ( 4-38), C. paradoxa (12-212), Cercospora beticola ( 4-39), C. capsici (3-344), C. rosicola (4-38), Cladosporium fulvum (2-168), C. herbarum (3-31), Colletotrichum circinans (5-120), C. lindemuth1anum (11-145), Coniothyrium fuckeli (5-6), Cort1cium vagum (32-517), Diaporthe phaseolorum (3-108), Diplocarpon rosae (6-29), Diplod1a natalensis (20-39), Elsinoe fawcettii (20-55), E. phaseoli (2-304), Erysiphe graminis (2-23), Fusarium monilif orme (2-18), Gloeosporium limetticolum (11-123), Glomerella cingulata (20-533), Graphiola phoenicis (3-7), Helminthosporium allii (10-844), H. sativum (2-21), Heterodera marioni (16-44), Macrosporium tomato (4-1,672), Melanconium sacchari (3-4),

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SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS 5 Mycosphaerella brassicicola ( 4 9), M. pinodes (9--21), Oospora lactis parasitica (10-7 ), Penicillium digitatum (18-98), P. expansum (14-36), P. gladioli (3 1,597), P . italicum (18-5 ) , Perono spor a parasitica ( 4-5), Pestalozz i guepini (7 29), Phoma destructiva (10--850), P h omopsis citri ( 31 156 ), P. vexans (9-295), Phytophthora infestans (13 62 ), P u ccinia gramin' is (18-152) , P. menthae (5-11), P . rubigo vera (10--33), Pythiitm debaryanum (1-17), Rhizopus nigricans (34 652), Sclerotinia gladioli (3 403), S. sclerotiorum (17 32), Sclerotium oryzae (6-13), S. rolfsii (7-23), Septo ri a apii (17-38), S. petroselini (7-38), Spondylocladium atrovirens (28 182), Spongospora subterranea (9--20) , Uromyce~ phaseoli typica (4-251), Venturia 1inaequ alis (32 189 ) , V. pyrina (7 18), Vert?"cillium cinnabarina (19-58). Total recorded interception of thebe common di eases, 15,131. I NCOMPLETELY DETERMINED PESTS Some interceptions are not determined to pecie becau, e they are new and unde cribed, other becau e de criptions are faulty and authentic material i not available for compari on but a large part of the incompletely determined material could not be determined becau e it wa not in the right stage or wa not in good condition or wa of such a nature that determination would require more work than the probable value of the determination seemed to warrant. A few notes regarding ome of the e interceptions should be of intere t. I SECTS Of the pe ts intercepted a total of 67 could be determined to family, ubfamily, or tribe only. A total of 5,613 other lot of in ect pe ts, determined to genus only, were distributed among 1,159 genera. DISEASES 1any of the fungi infecting plant material offered for entry are in a nonfruiting condition and could not be determined vvithout culturing them. ince the Divi sion of Foreign Plant Quarantines of thi Bureau i not prepared to do routine culture work or to get it done, the emu t remain undetermined for the mo t part. Fungi found on pecial-permit plant are ometime fruiting in ome tage, but the material i often so scanty that it cannot be studied proper!-\-. A few bacterial disease are determinable on the ba i of their } mptom . Other" mu t r~main undetermined. There i no practicable mean for in pecting mo t imported plant material for the po ible pre ence of viru di ea e or for determining the identitv of viru es if detected. Fungi not determinable by in pectors are ometime referred to peciali ts for examination. The following notes are based on report covering a few such specimens among those the peciali ts were unable to determine to species. Ascochyta sp., either undescribed or not reported as occurring on orchids was intercepted at Seattle in March 1940 on Cymbidium crassif olium C. parish ii, Cypripedium callosum, C. f airrieanum, C hirsutissimum, C. parishii, and C. spicerianum in mail shipments from India. Coniothyrium p. with pore smaller than those of either specie reported on orchids "as intercepted at an Franci co in December 1939 on Epidendrum sp. in cargo from Mexico. Coryneum sp., which does not agree with C. rhododendri or C. triseptatum, wa intercepted at Seattle in January 1940 on Rhododendron sp. in cargo from Canada. An undetermined Diplodi a (or Microdiplodia) with spore measuring about 3 by 8 microns was found on a lemon from Italy in July 1939 at ew York in tores. Gloeosporium sp. (no species reported on ho t) was intercepted at an Franci co the latter part of June 1939 on Caralluma sp. in mail from Mozambique. An undetermined species of Gloeosporium was found on Typha sp. u ed as packing for fi h coming in from Mexico during October, ovember, and December, 1939 , at El Pa o. The spotting has been noted frequently but the canty porulation on his material is the only time the fungu had developed sufficiently to permit even a pa-rtial determination. Macrosporium p. with mailer spores than tho e of M. ca melliae was intercepted at Seattle in December 1939 on Camellia japonica in cargo from Japan. Mycosphaerella sp., apparently not M.garden iae, was intercepted at Brownsville in December 1939 on Ga rdenia fiorida in baggage from Mexico. Myxosporium sp., apparently undescribed, wa intercepted at Seattle in December 1939 and at San Francisco in February and March 1940 on Cam e llia japonica in cargo from Japan. Myxosporium sp., no species reported on the ho t, was found at ew York in May 1 939 on Euphorbia p. among hip's furni hings from

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6 BUREAU OF ENTOMOLOGY AND PLANT QUARANTINE .,,.. Straits Settlements. Papulospora sp., possibly P. coprophila which was found apparently responsible for a rot of onion from Mexico, was intercepted-at El Paso in March 1940 on garlic from Mexico. Phoma sp., an undescribed species previously intercepted from Syria, was taken at El Paso on October 1939 on Sechium edulis in baggage from Mexico. Phoma sp. , unlike any of the species described on the host, was intercepted at San Francisco in June 1939 on Euphorbia sp. in mail from Mozambique. Phomopsis sp. , no species reported on host, was intercepted at San Francisco in January 1940 on Paeonia moutan in cargo from Japan. Sclerotium sp., scleTotia forming all over the ferns but without evident injury, was found at San Francisco in February 1940 on Nephrodium glabratum in mail from ew Zealand. Sphaerulina sp., no species reported on host, was intercepted at Seattle in Decemqer 1939 on Paeonia moutan from Japan. Vermicularia sp., no species reported on host, was intercepted at San Francisco in June 1939 on Caralluma sp. in mail from Mozambique . . Ten of these seventeen fungi were found on plant material offered for entry under special permit, for propagation. While thousands of incompletely determined interceptions of plant disease and related organisms are never recorded, a total of 8,950 were recorded during the year. Geographic summary of interceptions listed in main table and , nterception totals Country Africa: Angola __________________ _ British East Africa ______ _ Egypt ___________________ _ Italian Somaliland _______ _ Libe ria __________________ _ Morocco _________________ _ St. Helena _______________ _ Sierra L eone _____________ _ South west Africa ________ _ Tanganyika _____________ _ Union of South Africa ___ _ West Africa _____________ _ Zanzibar ________________ _ Asia: Afghanistan _____________ _ Arabia __________________ _ Baluchistan _____________ _ China ___________________ _ Cyprus __________________ _ India ____________________ _ Iran _____________________ _ Japan ___________________ _ Manchuria ________ . ______ _ Pales tine ________________ _ Straits Settlements ______ _ Syria ____________________ _ Taiwan __________________ _ Thailand ________________ _ Australasia: American Samoa ________ _ Australia ________________ _ Cook Islands ____________ _ Fiji Is~~nds ______________ _ Hawau __________________ _ Java ____________________ _ New South Wales _______ _ New Zealand ____________ _ Philippines _____________ _ Tonga Islands ___________ _ Europe: Azores ___________________ _ B e lgium _________________ _ Denmark ________________ _ England _________________ _ Estonia _________ ___ _ _____ _ Finland _________________ _ France __________________ _ Germany ________________ _ Greece ___________________ _ Hungary _______ _________ _ Ireland _________________ _ _ Insects Number 4 1 8 1 1 14 1 0 1 2 72 4 1 o 0 1 12 1 13 0 213 4 2 3 1 1 2 1 8 1 1 43 8 0 4 30 1 5 302 24 91 1 3 97 9 8 25 4 Diseases Number 0 0 2 0 0 8 0 4 0 0 4 1 0 1 3 0 10 0 2 19 52 0 1 2 1 0 1 0 4 0 0 0 7 1 1 4 0 0 30 5 25 0 0 39 19 1 6 11 Country Europe-Continued. Italy ____________________ _ Malta ____ _______________ _ Netherlands _____________ _ orway _________________ _ Poland __________________ _ Portugal_ ________________ _ Rumania ________________ _ Scotland _________________ _ Spain ____________________ _ Sweden _ _ ________________ _ Switzerland _____________ _ Turkey __________________ _ Wales __________________ _ Yugoslavia ______________ _ North America: Bermuda ________________ _ Canada ______ ____________ _ British Columbia ____ _ Nova Scotia _ _ _ _____ _ Prince Ed ward Island Central America: British Honduras ___ _ _ Canal Zon e ___ _______ _ Costa Rica __________ _ Guatc>mala __________ _ Honduras ______ _____ _ Nicaragua ___________ _ Panama _____________ _ Salvador ____________ _ Mexico _ _ _______________ _ ewfoundland __________ _ West Inrlies : American Virgin Islands ____________ _ Antigua _____________ _ Bahamas ____________ _ Barbados ___________ _ British West Indies __ Ou ba _ _ ______________ _ Dominica _ _ ____ ____ _ _ Dominican Republic_ Dutch W fst Indies __ _ Grenada _____________ _ Guadeloupe ______ ___ _ Haiti ________________ _ Jamaica _____________ _ Martinique __________ _ Puerto Rico _________ _ St. Kitts ____________ _ St. Vincent_ _________ _ Trinidad ___ _________ _ Virgin Islands _______ _ Insects Number 128 0 89 1 7 21 6 45 6 7 7 8 1 1 10 13 2 0 1 1 13 10 52 24 6 15 2 8,074 3 4 5 10 2 1 383 5 11 2 2 1 6 51 1 38 1 2 33 0 Diseases Number 75 1 482 4 1 11 7 0 27 1 3 3 0 0 7 5 0 1 0 0 0 1 12 6 0 2 0 539 1 0 1 2 0 0 204 0 1 0 0 0 2 9 0 13 0 1 1 1

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SER\ ICE AND REGULATORY Ai~ -oUNCEME -Ts 7 Geographic summary of interceptions l iste d in main table and interception totalsContinued Country Insects Diseases Country Insects I Diseases South America: Argentina _______________ _ Brazil ___________________ _ Chile ____________________ _ o lombia ________________ _ Dutch Guiana ___________ _ Ecuador _________________ _ Peru ____________________ _ outh America __________ _ rugua y ________________ _ Y enezuela _______________ _ umber 10 75 21 66 1 4 3 2 0 40 umber 3 13 9 24 0 1 3 0 11 6 Total-Continued. Australa ia ______________ _ Europe __________________ _ ?\'"orth America __________ _ outh America __________ _ umber 97 96 , 7 4 222 Total___________________ 10,362 Total (common pests, p. 4 ) --------------39 ,711 Total (incompletely de-termined pests, p. 5 ) _ _ 5, 6 0 umber 17 . 751 09 70 1 ,75 8 15, 131 8,950 Total: Total insects___________ 55,753 _______ _ _ Africa ___________________ _ A ia _____________________ _ 110 253 19 92 Total disea es ___________________ _ Grand totaL ____________________ _ 25, 19 1,592 N OTE.-In addition to the countries named above, interceptions including those of common pe ts (p. 4) and of incompletely determined pe ts (p. 5 ) were made from Algeria, Austria, Briti h Guiana, Bulgaria, Canary Island Czechoslo,akia, Dutch Ea t Indies, French Cameroons, Gibraltar, Gold Coa t, Guam, :Montserrat, Mozambique Kiueria, Rhodesia, t. Lucia, umatra, urinam, Tahiti, Ta mania, Tortola I land, Tunis, and \Yake I land. List of pests collected and reported from July 1 1939 to June 30 1940, inclusive [All findings marked with an asterisk indicate tate in pection] um~e r of interceptions inPest anc.l ho t Country of origin C) rn cJ) ... Col1ect ed in0 eel ...,;, rn cJ) -cJ) ... C) ... '@ cJ) eel ,.., eel co :::s 0 0 i:::i a rn -------IN ECTS Acalypta musci (Tingitidae): Ios packing around plants__ witzerland_____________ ______ 1 ______________ Ill. Acalypta parvula (Tingi tidae) : Ficus p _____________________ _ 1 ----------------Calif.* Acanalonia laticosta (Fulgoridae): Prosopis sp. (me quite)______ 1exico _________________ _ 1 1 ________ Tex. Acanthoscelides armitagei (Brucbidae): Cajanusindicus (pigeon pea) _ _ Trinidad______________________ 1 ______________ D. C. Acanthoscelides domirzicanus (Bruchidae): Acaciafarnesiana ( bui ache) __ ~Iexico _________________ _ 1 ----------------Caesalpinia coriaria (divi :~Jerico, Xicaragua _____ _ 2 di,i). Acanthoscelides spinipes (Bruchi dae) : Acaciafarnesiana ( acacia ) ____ Greece ___________________________ _ Acmaeodera tubulus (Buprestidae): Brassica oleracea capitata (cab Mexico ___________________________ _ bage). Acrolepia assectella (Hyponomeutidae): 1 ------1 -------La. La. , :r_ Y. Tex. Alliumporrum (leek) ________ Italy, weden _______________________________ 6 ::\1d., Adoxophyes privatana (Tortricidae): Euonymus sp ________________ Japan_______________________________________ 1 "'ash. Aeolothrips duvali (Aeolothripi dae ): Chrysanthemum sp_ __________ exico ___________________________ _ 1 ---Tex. Daisy _____________________________ do ____________________________ _ 1 --------Tex. Agallia producta (Cicadellidae ) : Lactuca sativa (lettuce ) ____________ do ____________________________ _ 2 ---Tex. . Matricaria chamomilla coro_____ do ____________________________ _ 1 ----Tex . nata (manzanill a). Agriotes p. (Elateridae): Cynara cardunculus (cardoon) Italy____________________ ______ ____ ______ ____ 1 .Y. Agromyza sp. ,ery close to buruessi (Agromyzidae): Phaseolus sp. (string bean)____ Mexico _________________ _ 1 -----------------Ariz. J . Y. . Y., Pa.

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8 BUREAU OF ENTOMOLOGY AND PLANT QUARANTINE List of pests collected and reported from J u~y 1, 1939, to June 30, 1940, inclusive-Continued [All findings marked with an asterisk indicate State inspcctionl Pest and host Country of origin Number of interceptions in-0 0 Collected in----------------1----------------------------INSECTS-continued Agromyza sp. (Agromyzidae)-Con. Allium porrum (leek) _______ _ Alopecurus longearistntus ____ _ Apium graveolens (celery) ___ _ Brassica chinensis (white greens). Brassica oleracea botrytis (cau liflower). Italy____________________ ___ _ __ __ _ _ _ ___ _ _ __ __ 2 N. Y. Manchuria_ _____________ ______ 1 ______________ D. C. Argentina, Cuba________ 2 ____ ______ ____ 1 N. Y. Cuba___________________ 19 __________________ N. Y. France __________________ --------------------1 N.Y. Brassicaoleraceacapitata (cab-Italy, Netherlands__________________________ 2 Ala., Ga. bage). Brassica rapa (turnip) _______ _ France______ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _. _ _ I N. Y. Brassica sp. (mustard) ______ _ Cuba___________________ 15 __________________ N. Y. Capsicum annuum (pepper) __ Coriandrum sativum (corian-Mexico__________________ 8 ____ ______ ____ ____ Ariz., Tex. Cuba___________________ 1 __________________ N. Y. der) . Daucus carota (carrot) ________ Brazil, Mexico ___________________ _ 2 ____ 1 N. Y., Tex. Helianthus sp. (Mexican sun-Mexico ___________________________ _ 1 ________ Tex. flower). Medicinal herb ______________ Japan_________________________ 1 _____________ _ Iriskaempferi (Japanese iris) _____ _ do__________________ 1 _________________ _ Lactuca sativa (lettuce) _ _ _ _ _ _ _ Italy____________________ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 1 Lycopersicum esculentum (to-Mexico__________________ 16 ____ 4 _______ _ mato). Matricaria chamomilla coro_____ do ___________________________ _ 1 --------nata (manzanilla). Menthasp._(mint) _________________ do____________________________ 1 _______ _ Orchid _______________________ Canal Zone ___________________ 1 _____________ _ Phaseolussp. (string bean) ____ Mexico____________________________ 15 _______ _ Pisum sativum (pea) _________ Cuba __________________ 1 ______ _ __________ _ Prunus mahaleb (mahaleb) ___ Rumania_______________ ______ 1 _____________ _ Raphanus sativus (radish) ____ Mexico___________________________ 1 _______ _ Tagetes sp. (marigold) ________ Jamaica, Mexico________ ______ ____ 2 _______ _ Tithonia sp. (Mexican sun-Mexico __________________ ______ ____ 1 _______ _ flower). Wash. Calif.* N.Y. Ariz., Tex. Tex. Tex. D.C. Ariz. N.Y. D.C. Tex. N. Y., Tex. Tex. Tropaeolum sp. (nasturtium). _____ do________________________ 1 ______________ Tex. Zinnia sp _________________________ do____________________________ 1 ________ Tex. Aleurocanthus woglumi (Aleyrodidae): Citrus aurantifolia (lime)_____ Dominica, Jamaica______ 1 1 ______ ____ ____ rn., Mass. Citrus limetta (sweet lime) ____ Cuba___________________ ______ ____ 1 ________ Fla.* Citruslimonia (lemon) ____________ do____________________________ 1 ________ N. Y. Citrus sinensis (orange) ____________ do____________________________ 1 ________ Fla.* Aleurodicus manni (Aleyrodidae): Gardenia fiorida (Cape-jasMexico _________________ _ mine). Aleuroplatus mammaeferus (Aley rodidae): 1 ____ ______ ____ ____ Tex. Codiaeum sp. (croton) ________ Japan___________________________________ 1 ____ Pa. Allantus cinctus (Tenthredini-dae): Rosa chinensis manetti (ma-Ireland, Netherlands ___ _ 4 ------------------N. Y. net ti). Rosa sp ______________________ British Columbia, Eng-1 3 _____________ _ D. 0., Wash. land, Ireland. Allocoris incognita (Oydnidae): Antirrhinum majus (snapdraMexico ___________________________ _ 2 --------Ariz., Tex. gon). Daucu , s carota (Queen Anne's _____ do ___________________________ _ 1 -------Ariz. lace.). Flow rs, mixed __________________ do ___________________________ _ 4 --------Ariz., Tex. Lactuca satina (lettuce) ____________ do ___________________________ _ 1 -------Tex. Allocoris ir,terupta (Cydnidae): .r.l. ntirrhinum majus (snapdragon) . _______________________ do ____________________________ _ 1 -------Tex. Alpheias conspirata (Galleriidae): Ananas sativus (pineapple) _______ do___________________ 21 __________________ La., Tex. Alpheias sp. (Galleriidae): Ananas sativus . ____ _______________ do___________________ 20 ______________ ----La., Tex. A mblycerus nigromarginatus (Brucbidae): Cassia occidentalis ____________ Panama_______________ ______ 1 --------------D. C.

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SERVICE Ar~ REGULATORY ANNOUNCEME 'IS 9 L i st of p e sts coll ecte d and report ed from J uly 1 , 19 3 9 , to June 30, 19 4 0 , 'in clu s ive-Continued [All findings marked with an Mteris k ind icate State inspection l -umbN of interceptions inP e s t and host C ount r y of origin 0 en I ,_ bD Collected in~ S ECT. -continued A morbia emigralell a ( T o r t rici d a e ) : 0 bD ,_ ca ct! 0 0 ct! -" en t:.o :... t:.o cc ,_ m ::3 0 -" P=l O' Cl) ------Daisy ___________ ___________ _ _ 1fexi co _ __________________________ _ 1 ____ ____ T ex. G ardenia fiorid a (Cape-jas-mine) _ ___ _______________________ do __________________ _ 1 ---------------Tex. Lilium longifiorum (Easter lil y ) _ _ ____________________ _ ______ do __________________ _ 1 -----------------Tex . Lycopersicum esculentum ( tomato) _ _______________________ d o __________________ _ A m p hicerus cornutus ( Bostrichi1 __________ --:------1 T e x . dae) : Herb _________________________ l ___ _ _ do ____ _ ____ ___________ ________ _ 2 __ __ ____ T e x. L actuca sali v a (lettuce) __ ___ ______ do _________ ___________________ _ 1 _ _ ______ Tex. A mphorophora a z aleae (Aph iidae) : A z alea indica _ _ _ _ _________ ___ Belgium, Xetherlands _ _ _ A nacaena globulus ( Hydrophilidae) : I F o rest litter and sphagnum moss _______________ _______ _ Denmar k ______________ _ A nacent rinus blandilus (Curcu lionidae ) : 4 _ _ ______________ _ _ D. 0. I 1 ----------------L actuca saliva (lettuce)__ ____ :\Iexico _ ____________ _ _____________ _ 1 --------Tex. Anaph othrips orchidaceus (Thripidae) : C ammellia ;aponic a (camelli a ) _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ ____ do _______________ _ _ _ _ Mixed flowers ______________ _ ______ do __________________ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ Tex. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ T ex. Odontoglossum sp. (orchid)__ England _______________ _ 1 1 1 C alif.* Orchid _______________________ Colombia, England, 13 ----4 _ _______ Tex. Guatemala Mexico. A n ap hothrips orchid i i (Thripidae): Anthurium scherzerianum ____ J apan__ _________________ 3 __________________ Hawaii.* R enanthera p. (orchid) ______ Phillippines _ _ _ _ _______ ________ 1 ______________ D. 0 . A naphothrips secticornis (Thripi dae) : Echec eria s p. _________________ Ecuador ______________________ 1 ______________ D. 0. A n a s a uhleri (Coreidae) : Empty railway car_ __________ :Mexico _________________________ . ____ __________ ___ Tex. A nastrepha distincta ( Trypetid a e ) : I nga p _______________________ .... d o ____________________________ _ 1 -------Ariz . A nastrepha fraterculus (Trypeti dae) : Amygdalus persica (peach) _ _______ do ____________________________ _ A n a strepha ludens (Trypetidae) : Amygdalus percica (peach) _ _______ do _ ____ _ ______________ _ _______ _ Casimiroa edulis (white sa_____ do ____________________________ _ 2 -------Tex. 1 ------Tex. 1 -----Tex. pote) CitruJ aurantium orange) . (sour _____ do _____ _ ______________________ _ 3 -------T e x. Citrus grandis (mipefruit) ________ do ____________________________ _ 11 1 La., Tex. CitruJ limetta (sweet lime) _ _______ _ do ____________________________ _ C itrus limonia ponderosa _____ do ____________________________ _ ------1 --------(ponderosa lemon) . C itrus nobilis deliciosa (tan_____ d o ____________________________ _ gerine) . 1 ------Citrus sinensis (o r ange) ___________ do_______ ______________________ 14 I 2 4 Cydonia oblonga (quince) _ _________ do __________________ _ M angifera indica (mango) _________ do__________________ _ 3 ____ 33 Mangifera indica (in railway _____ d o _ __________________________ ________ _ _____ _ c a r ). Pers e a ame r icana (avo cado)_ ______ _ do_-----~-----------_________ _ P unica granatum (pome_____ do ___________________ 1 _________ _ pf,'~~i;l~unis ( p ear) _. __________ do ___________________________ _ 5 ___ _ --2 , -------9 --------400127-41--2 Ariz., Tex. Tex. T e x . Ala.,:\1 d . , X . Y . , Tex. Tex . Tex. T ex . Tex. Tex. T e x.

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10 BUREAU OF ENTOMOLOGY.AND PLANT QUARANTINE List of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1939, to June 30, 1940, inclusive-Continued [All findings marked with an asterisk indicate State inspection] Pest and host Country of origin Number of interceptions in-0 b.O r... 0 ..... ;g Collected in-------------------------------------------INSECTS-continued Anastrepha mombinpraeoptans (Trypetidae): Mangifera indica (mango) ____ _ Cuba, Dominican Re public, Haiti, Jamaica, Mexico, Puerto 1 ----18 2 1 La.,Mass.,N. Tex., Va. Psidium g11,ajava (guava) ____ _ Spondias sp _________________ _ Anastrepha serpentina (Trypeti-dae): Rico. Puerto Rico___ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ _ American Virgin Islands __________ _ 2 --------1 Achras sapota (sapodilla) _____ Trinidad__________________________ 1 _______ _ Citrus sinen.~is (orange) ____________ do___________________________________ ____ 1 Mammeaamericana (mamey)Mexico_____________________ _______ 2 1 ___ _ Sapote ______________________ _ Honduras, Mexico________________ 1 2 ___ _ Anastrepha suspensa (Trypeti-dae): N.Y. P.R. N.Y. Mass. Tex. La., Tex. Psidium guajava (guava)_____ Cuba. Purrto Rico _______________ _ 2 1 ---Fla.,* N. Y. Anastrepha sp., probably frnter• culus (Trypetidae ): Amygdalus persica (peach) ___ . Mexico__________________ ______ ____ 1 _______ _ Citrus grand is (grapefruit) ___ _ Argentina_______________ ______ ____ ______ ____ 1 Prunus armeniaca (apricot) __ Mexico__________________ ______ ____ 1 _______ _ Anastreph,z sp., probably ludens (Trypetidae): Pyrus communis (pear) ____________ do ____________________________ _ Ana. ~trepha sp .. probably mom-binpraeoptans (Trypetidae): Manoi/era indica (mango) ____ Cuba, Honduras, Ja_________ _ maica. Anaf!trepha sp., probably serpen-tina ('J'rypctidae) : Achras sap0ta (sapodilla) _____ Colombia, Trinidad_____ 1 ___ _ Chrysophyllum cainito (star-Honduras ________________________ _ apple). Anastrepha sp. (Trypetidae): 1 --------2 ----1 1 --------1 Amygdalus pPr!1ica (peach) ____ Mexico ___ ~--------------______ ____ 8 _______ _ Chrysovhyllum cainito .. ______ Guatemala________________________ 1 _______ _ Citrus grandis (grapefruit) ____ Argentina_______________ ______ ____ ______ ____ 1 Citrus sinensis (orange) _ _ _____ Mexico____________________________ 5 _______ _ Cydonia oblonga (quince) __________ do _____________________________ 4 _______ _ Malus syl v estri~ (apple) ____________ do_____________________________ 2 _______ _ Manaifera indica (mango)_____ Costa Rica, Haiti, Mex______ ____ 2 1 3 ir.o, Panama, Trini-dad. Persea americanri, (avocado) __ Mexico ___________________________ _ Psidium guaja v a (guava) __________ do _ _ ________________ __________ _ Pyrus communis (pear) ____________ do ____________________________ _ Sapote _______ _ _ ____ ____ ___________ do ____________________________ _ Andric-us glan ,tium (Cynipidae): 1 -------2 10 1 Tex. N.Y. Tex. Tex. N.Y. N. Y. La. Tex. Tex. Md. Tex. Tex. Tex. Calif.,* M8.SS., Tex. Tex. Tex. Tex. Tex. Quercu.~ sp_ . _ _ _ _ _ . _ __ _ _ ____ _ _ Turkey ________________ _ 2 ____ ______ ____ ____ N. Y. AndriC'us ruginows (Cynipidae): Unknown root_ . _ _ _ ____ ._____ Mexico ___________________________ _ 1 ------Tex. Anoplodera crassipes (Ceramby cidae) : Ros(], sp____ _ _ _ _ _____ ________ Canada __________________________ _ 1 --------Wash. Anthonomus funereU,'f (Curculi-onidae ): Orchid _ _____________________ _ Mexico ___________________________ _ 1 -------D. c. Anthonomus me:ricanus (Curcu-lionidae): Mixed cut flowers _________________ do ____________________________ _ 1 -------Tex. Anthonomus rectirostris (Curcu-lionidae): Prunus avium sylvestris . _ _ _ _ _ _ Denmark ______________ _ 1 ____ ______ ____ ____ N. Y. Antliarhinus zamiae (Curculi-onidae): Encephalrirtos kosiensis ________ UnionofSouthAfrica___ ______ 1 ______________ D. C. Encephalartos sp . ______ _____ England__________ ______ ______ 1 __________ __ __ N. Y. Anuraphis cynariella (Aphiidae): Cynara scolymus (globe artichoke ) . Greece _____________ . . . 1 N.Y. La., N. Y.

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SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS 11 List of pests collected and reported fram July 1, 1939, to June 30, 1940, inclusive-Continued [All findings marked witb an asterisk indicate State inspection] Pest and host Country of origin umber of interceptions in-0 b.O 0 Collected in--------------1--------------------------INSECTS-continued Aonidiella comperei (Coccidae): Citrus aurantifolia (lime) _____ _ A phis rumicis (Aphiidae): Euonymus europaeus ________ _ A pion jlavipes (Curculionidae): Forest litter and sphagnum moss. Apion pomonae (Curculionidae): Vicia sp. (vetch) ____________ _ Archimerus scutellaris (Coreidae): Dominica, Guatemala __ _ 4 ____ ______ ____ 1 Mass., Pa. England______________________ 1 ______________ D. C. Denmark ______________ _ England, France, Netherlands. 1 __________________ N. Y. 7 ____ ______ ____ ____ Ill., La., Md., N.Y. Orchid _______________________ Mexico _________________ _ 1 ------------------Calif.* Arvelius elbopunctatus (Pentato-midae): Cap.~icum annuum (pepper) _______ do __________________ _ 1 -----------------2 -----------------2 ------------------2 -----------------Tex. N.Y. N.Y. Ascia monuste (Pieridae): Brassica chine n sis (white Cuba __________________ _ greens). Brassica sp. (mustard) ____________ do __________________ _ Aspidiotus coryphae (Coccidae): Cocos nucifera (coconut)______ Philippines_. __________ _ Hawaii,* N. Y. Wash. Aspidiotus destructor (Coccidae): Camellia japonica (camellia) __ Carica papaya (papaya) ______ _ Cocosnucifera (coconut) _____ _ Musa sp. (banana) __________ _ Palm _______________________ _ Roystonea regia (royal palm) __ Terminalia catappa (tropical almond). Aspidiotus f abernii ( Coccidae): Unknown bark _____________ _ Aspidiotus herculeanus (Cocci dae): Annona muricata (sour-sop) __ Aspidiotus spinosus (Coccidae): Mammea americana (mamey) _ Per sea americana (avocado) __ _ Asterolecanium aureum (Coccidae): Cattleya sp. (orchid) _________ _ Epidendrum sp. (orchid) _____ _ Oncidium varicosum rogersi (orchid). Oncidium sp . (orchid) _______ _ Orchid ______________________ _ Asterolecanium stentae (Coccidae): Euphorbia sp _ _ _ _ _ ___________ _ Asterolecanium urichi (Coccidae): Guilielma gasipaes (pejibaye) _ Ataenius terminalis (Scarabaei dae): Capsicum annuum (pepper) __ Aufeius impres.~icollis (Coreidae): Mixed flowers --~-----Aularaspismangiferae (Coccidae : Mangifera indica (mango) ___ _ Autographa sp. (Phalaenidae): A ntirrhinum ma.jus (snap dragon). Japan __________________ _ Cuba __________________ _ Bahamas, Brazil, Cook Islands, Cuba. 1 ------------------1 1 4 ----1 Guatemala, Panama____ 2 _________________ _ Haiti, Straits Settle-______ ____ 1 1 ___ _ ments. Cuba _____________________________ _ 4 ------Bahamas, Cuba __________________ _ 3 --------Cuba __ .---------------_________ _ 1 -------Bahamas _________________________ _ 1 -------Cuba, Trinidad_________ ______ ____ 6 _______ _ Cuba___________________ 1 _________________ _ Fla.* Fla.•, Hawaii• N. Y. Calif.•, Fla.* Md., Mass. Fla . • Fla . • Fla. * Fla. * Fla.* Fla.• Brazil, Costa Rica______ 1 1 ______________ D. C. Mexico__________________ ______ ____ 1 ________ n. C. Brazil_______ _ ___________ 1 ____ ______ ____ ____ D. C. Mexico, Venezuela__ ____ 1 ___ _ 1 ____ ____ Calif.*, D. C. Dominican Republic, _________ _ 2 ________ D. C., P.R. Trinidad. Union of South Africa___ ______ 1 ______________ D. C. Brazil __________________ _ 1 ____ ______ ____ ____ D. C. Cu"t'a __________________ _ 1 ____ ______ ____ ____ N. Y. Mexico ___________________________ _ 1 ____ ____ Ariz. Grenada, Trinidad, _________ _ 5 ____ ____ N. Y., P. R. Venezuela. Cuba ______________________________________ _ 1 Apium graveolens (celery) _ _ _ _ _____ do __________________ _ 1 -----------------N.Y. .Y. Beta vulgaris cicla (Swiss Mexico _________________ _ chard). 1 Tex. Brassica chinensis (white Cuba __________________ _ greens). 5 ------------------N.Y.

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' 12 BUREAU OF ENTOMOLOGY AND PLANT QUARANTINE List of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1939, to June 30, 1940, inclusive-Continued IAll findings marked with an asterisk indicate State inspection] Pest and host Country of origin Number of interceptions in-0 bO s-. ro 0 Collected in---------------------------------------INSECTS-CO n tin ued Autographat sp (Phalaenidae)-Continued Brassica. oleracea France, Mexico _ _________________ _ 8 ----1 b , rylis (cauliflower). Brassica oleracea capitata Mexico __ ~---------------_ ________ _ 7 --------(cabbage). Brassica rapa (turniQ) _____________ do __________________ _ Brassica sp. (mustard) ____________ do __________________ _ Capsicum annuum (pepper) _______ do __________________ _ Coriandrum sativum (corian-Cuba ___ ----------------der). Gardenia fl,o•ida (Cape-Mexico _________________ _ jasmine). 1 ------------------15 1 1 1 ------------------Ariz., N. Y., Tex. Ariz., Tex. Tex. Ariz., Tex. Ariz. N .Y. Tex. La.;tuca sativa (lettuce) _ ___________ do___________________ 1 ___ _ 66 ________ Ariz., Tex. Lycopersicum esculentum (to_____ do ____________________________ _ 1 ________ Tex. mato). Petroselinum hortense (pars_____ do __________________ _ 1 _____ _ ____________ Tex. ley). Radicula nasturtium aquati_____ do ____________________________ _ 1 ________ Tex. cum (watercress). Raphanus sativus (radish) _ _ _ ______ do __________________ _ 1 _ _ _ _ _ __ . _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ Tex. Baldulus elimatus (Oicadellidae): Lactuca sativa (lettuce) _ _ _____ _ do ____________________________ _ 1 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ Tex. Barathra brassicae (Phalaenidae): Brassica oleracea botrytis (cauliflow er). Brassica oleracea capitata (cabbage). Baris lepidii (Curculionidae): Radicula armoracia (horseradish). Berginus nigricolor (Lyctidae): Belgium ___________________________________ _ Belgium, Netherlands ______________________ _ Poland ____________________________ _______ _ _ _ 1 3 7 Ga. Ga., La., N. Y. N.Y. Mixed flowers _ _ _ _ _ _____ Guatemala _______________________ _ 1 ________ Tex. Bitoma parallela (Oolydiidae): Hardwood log _ _______ ____ Philippines ____________ _ 1 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ Wash. Bolbonota pictipennis (Mem-bracidae): Unidentified flow ers _ _______ Honduras ________________________ _ Brachylacon murinus (Elateridae): Paeonia sp. (peony) _______ _ _ _ Yugoslavia _______________________ _ Brach yrhinus porcatus (Ourcu-1 --------1 -------La. N.Y lionidae): Azalea indica (az a l ea) .. _ _ ____ Belgium _______________ _ 1 ____ ______ ____ ____ D. 0 Brachyrhinus rugosostriatus (Cur-culionidae): Packing around rose cuttings. France__________________ ______ 1 Brachyrhinus sp. (Ourculionidae): Astilbe sp _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ Sinningia speciosa (gloxiaia) __ Soil around plants _ _ _ _ _ Soil on roots of Berberidopsis sp. Brachystylus tamaulipanus (Ourculionidae): Netherlands_____________ 3 1 _____________ _ Belgium_ _______________ 1 _ _ _____ _ _________ _ Canada___________________________ 1 _ _ _____ _ England______________________ 1 _____________ _ D. 0. D. 0. N.Y. Wash. D.C. Miscellaneous leaves ________ Mexico ___________________________ _ 1 ____ ____ Tex. Brentus mei-icanus (Brentidae): Tab e b uia donnell-smithii Honduras ______________ _ 1 __________________ N. Y. (primavera). Brochymena aculeata (Pentatorni dae): Tamarix juniperina (juniper Mexico ___________________________ _ tamn.rix). Brochymena sulcata (Pentatomi dae): Delphiniu.rn sp. (larkspur) _________ do _____________________________ _ 1 ________ Tex. 1 ________ Tex. Brontes australis (Cucujidae): Grevillea. robusla (silk-oak) ____ Austrnlia _______________ _ 1 ____ ______ ____ ____ N. Y. Bruchidius qill:us (Bruchidae): Hedysarum coronarium Italy____________________ ______ 1 (French-honeysuckle). Hedysnrum sp _____________________ do ___________________ ------1 Onobrychis sp ______________________ do ___________________ ------1 N. Y. D.C. D.O.

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SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS 13 List of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1939 , to June 30, 1940, inclus ive-Continued [All findin g s marked with an asterisk indicate State inspection] Pest and host Country of origin INSECTS-Continued Bruchidius li v idimanus retamae Numbe r of interceptions inrn s;... bO 0 ell .... rn bO ...... bO s.. ..... bO ell s.. s.. ell d ::, 0 .... 0 O' U] ------Coll ected in(Bruchid.ae): Oytisus sessilifolius _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ ___ Italy ___________________ _ 1 ____ ----------____ N. Y. Bruchidius v illosus (Bruchidae): Cytisus laburnum _____________ France ____ -------------______ ' l ______ _ _______ _ Cytisus purpureus ____________ Switzerland____ _________ ______ 1 ____________ _ _ Cytisus sessilifolius ___________ Italy____________________ 1 ____ _ _ _ _ _ _____ _ _ _ _ Cytisus sp _ _ _ __________________ ____ do ___ ________________ ----1 __________ _ _ _ _ Genista anxantica _____________ Switzerland____________ _ ______ 1 ______ ______ _ _ Genista sp _. ____ _ -__ _ _ _ _ _ _ ___ _ do _____ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 1 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ _ Laburnum alpinum _ _________ France _ _ "__ _ _ ___________ 1 _ _ _ ____ __________ _ Spartium junceum (Spanish England, Germany__________ _ 2 _______ ______ _ broom). Bruchus afji11is (Bruchidae): Lnthyrus latifolius (perennial Netherlands_____ ________ ______ 1 _____________ _ pea). Lathyrus odoratus (sweet pea) . Lath yrus sp _________________ _ Germany, Net h erlands ______ _ _ England, France, Neth_____ _ erlands. 2 --------3 Vicia sp. (vetch) ___ __ ---_ _ Rumania _______________ _ Bruchits brachialis (Brucbidae): 1 -------------Vicia v illosa (hairy vetch)____ Germany, Hungary ____ _ 13 2 -----------6 ------------Vicia sp. (vetch) _________ ---Hungary, Italy _________ _ 7 Bruchus ervi (Bruc},idae): Lens esculen ta (lentil) _______ _ Bruchns lenti ,'? (Bruchinae): Lens esculentrL (lentil) _______ _ Bruchus loti (Bruchidae): Rye straw jacket with vetch_ Bruchus lut e icornis (Bruchidae): Vicia angustif olia _________ -__ _ Vicia sp. (vetch) ____________ _ Bruchus pallidicornia (Bruchidae): Lens esculenta (lentil) _______ _ Bruchu , s rufipes (Bruchidae) : Vicia sp. (vetch) ____________ _ Bruch us tristiculus (Bruchidae): Syria. _ _______ ________ Cyprus ______ ______ --France _ _ _ ______________ _ _ _ _ _ do _____ _ ____________ _ England, France , Gre ece, Jama ica , N etherlands, Portugal, Rumania, Sco tland, Spain. 1 --------------1 -------------1 --------------1 ----------50 1 , Italy ____________________ ----1 ------------2 -----------France, Hunga r y , Ru.4 mania. D.C. D. 0. N.Y. Mich. D.0. n.c. N.Y. D. C., Pa. Ill. Mich., N . Y. D. C., Mich. N.Y. Ala., D. C., Pa., Va. Al a., D.C., N.Y., Pa., Va. N.Y. N.Y. Ala. La. Al a ., D. C.,'Tll., La., Md., Mass., N. Y . , Pa., Wash. D.C. D. C., Ill., La., N.Y. Seed ________________ _ _______ _ Portugal_ _______________ -----1 _ _________ _ _ _ _ Pa. Bucculatrix sp. , probably thur berielln (Bucculatrig idae): Gnssv11ium sn. (cotton) (boll) _ Bythoscopus misellus (Cicadel lidae): Chrysanthemum parthenium (feverfew). Callirhytis glandulosa (Cynipidae): Quercus sp. (acorn) ____ _ _____ _ Callosobruchus ademptus (Bruchidae) : Pueraria thunbergiana (kudzu). Callosobruchus analis (Bruchi dae): Cicer ari etinum (chickpea) i igna sinensis ( cowpea) _ _ ___ _ Callosobruchus chin e nsis (Bruchi-dae): Bean ________________________ _ Cajanus indicus (pigeon pea)_ Phas e olus mungo radiatus ___ _ Phas e olus sp. (string bean) _ _ _ Tamarindus indica (tama-rind) Mexico __________________ ------___ _ 2 -------Ariz .. Tex. _____ do __________________ _ 1 _ _____________ ____ Tex. Turkey ________________ _ 1 ________ _________ _ N. Y. France, Japan, Netherlands. 12 4 ______ ____ _ _ _ _ Ala., D. C., Md., India _ _ _ _ _______ ________ _ 1 --------------Baluchistan ____________ _ 1 China, Italy, Japan ____ _ 1 1 1 --------Hawaii______ ___________ _ ______ 1 ___ _____ _ _ _ _ _ _ Japan_______ _ _ ___ _______ ______ 1 __________ ___ _ China, Japan___________ ______ ___ _ 1 _ ___ 1 Egypt_ _ _ _ ____ ___________ 1 __________ _ _ _ _ Mich. , N. Y., Wash. Ga. D.C. Mass., N. Y . , Wash. Hawaii.* Wash. Hawaii,* Was h . D.C.

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14 BUREAU OF ENTOMOLOGY AND PLANT QUARANTINE List of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1939, to June 30, 1940, inclusive-Continued [All findings marked with an asterisk indicate State inspectionl Number of interceptions in-Pest and host Country of origin en r-, bD Collected in0 ro -<--" en bD -bD r-, r-, ..... bD ro r-, a:! ro ro :;:j 0 0 p:i O' -<--" U1 -----INSECTS-continued Carsidara dugesii (Psyllidae): Mixed flowers ________________ Mexico ___________________________ _ 1 ________ Tex. Caryedon fuscus (Bruchidae): Tamarindus indica (tamaJamaica_________________ ______ 1 ______ ____ ____ Mich. rind). Caryedon sp. (Bruchidae): Bolusanthus speciosus. ______ _ Cordeauxia edulis ____________ _ Peltophorum sp ______________ _ Castnia sp. (Castniidae): Union of South Africa ________ _ Italian Somaliland. __________ _ Union of South Africa ___ ------1 --------------1 1 D.C. D.C. D. C. Bromeliad ____________________ BraziL__________________ ______ ____ 1 ________ D. C. Oncidium varicosum (orchid) ______ do___________________ 1 ____ ______ ____ ____ Calif.* Cephaloleia pretiosa (Chrysomel-idae): Heliconia latispatha____ _ _ _ _ ___ Panama ________________ _ 1 -----------------Tex. Cerapachys augustae (Formici-dae): Plants in soiL________________ Mexico ___________________________ _ 1 ____ ____ Tex. Ceratitis capitata (Trypetidae): Capsicum annuum (pepper)__ Hawaii__________________ ______ ____ ______ ____ 2 Calif.* Citrus aurantium (bitter Italy____________________ 2 __________________ N. Y. orange). Citrus nobilis deliciosa (tan-gerine). Citrus sinensis (orange) ______ _ Coffea sp. (coffee) ____________ _ Opuntia compressa (prickly-pear). Persea americana (avocado) __ _ Brazil___________________ _ _______________ . . __ _ Portugal, Spain ________________________ _ 1 Hawaii__________________ ______ ____ 1 Italy______________________________ 1 1 2 Mass. Mass.,N. Y., Tex Calif.* N.Y. Hawaii__________________ 1 ___ _ 2 ____ ____ Calif.* Pyrus communis (pear) ______ _ Italy ____________________ ----------1 1 ____ Mass., N. Y. In box containing pears and Germany _______________ --------1 ____ ____ N. Y. apples. On cases of bitter oranges and Italy ___________________ _ 2 __________________ N. Y. in hold of ship. On wall in hold of ship ____________ do___________________ ______ ____ ______ 1 ____ Tex. On deck on which oranges _____ do ___________________________________________ La. had been stored (4 inter-ceptions). Ceratitis sp. (Trypetidae): Citrusgrandis (grapefruit) ____ Palestine, Union of ----------------4 Mass., Ceratocapsus punctulatus (Miridae): South Africa. Pa. Chysanthemum sp_ _ _ _ _ _______ Mexico ___________________________ _ 1 -. . -Te.x. Tex.-Lactuca sativa (lettuce) ____________ do ____________________________ _ 1 Cercyon melanocephalus (Hydro-philidae): Forest litter and sphagnum Denmark ______________ _ 1 ____ ______ ____ ____ N. Y. moss. Cercyon quisquilius (Hydrophilidae): Tabebuia donnell-smithii (pri-Honduras ______________ _ mavera). 1 ____ ______ ____ ____ N. Y. Ceroplastes rubens (Coccidae): Anthurium sp. ____________ _ _ _ Hawaii_____ _____________ ______ ____ 1 ________ Calif.• N. Y., Camellia japonica (camellia) __ Japan___________________ 5 1 _ _ _ _ ____ _ _____ Calif.*, Wash. Palm _ _ _______ _______________ _ Hawaii__________________________________ 1 ____ Calif.* Ceroplastes rusci (Coccidae): Ficus carica (fig)_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ Italy __________________________ ___ _ Cerotoma atrofasciata (Chrysomel-idae): 2 ____ ____ N. Y. Oncidium cavendishianum (or-Guatemala _ ____________ _ 1 ------------------Calif.* chid). Ceutorhynchus atomv , s (Curculionidae): Forest litter and sphagnum Denmark _ _ ____________ _ 1 ____ _ _ ____ ___ _ ____ N. Y. moss. Ceutorhynchus contractus (Curculionidae): Forest litter and sphagnum _ ____ do _____________ ___ _ 1 -------------N.Y. moss.

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SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS 15 List of pests collected and reported from July 1 19 39, tu June 30, 19 40, ' inclusive-Continued [All findings marked with an asterisk indicate , tate inspection] umber of interceptions in-Pe t and host Country of oriain Q) en Collected in;... bO Q) 0 a:! .., en bO bO ;... Q) ;; ..... bO a:! ;... a:! 03 ::, 0 .., 0 j:Q O' r/1 -----------------------------------1--------INSECTS-continued Ceutorhynchus pleurostiqma (Curculionidae): Brassica rapa (turnip) ________ England, France, eth____________________ 23 La., . Y., Tex. erlands, Scotland, Swe-Ceutorhynchus quadridens (Curculionidae): Brassica oleracea botrytis (cauliflower). Ceutorhynchus sp., possibly rapae (Curculionidae): Brassica oleracea capitata (cabbage). Ceutorhynchus sp. (Curculioni-dae): den. Italy____________________ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 2 . Y. _____ do ___________________ -----_____________ _ 1 Ala. Brassica campestris (rutabaga) England, France, etb. _ __________________ _ er lands. 12 Md., . Y., Pa., Tex. Brassica oleraceri botrytis _____ _ Brassica oleracea capitat,z. (cab-Italy, Scotland _ ____________________________ _ France, Italy, Portugal _ _ __________________ _ 8 .Y. 4 La., .Y. bage). Brassica rapa (turnip) _______ _ B elgium, England, Es-1 ______ _______ _ tonia, France, Ger-64 Ala., Ga., La., Md., Mass., many, Italy, Morocco, . Y., Pa., S. C., Tex., Va. etherlands, Scot-land, Spain, Sweden, ,vales. Lactuca snti v a (lettuce) ______ _ Italy _______________________________________ _ _ 1 .Y. Chaetopsis fulvifrons (Otitidae): Zantedeschia aethiopica (calla lily). Mexico _________________ _ 1 ____ ______ ____ ____ Tex. Chrilcodermus sp. (Curculionidae): Phas eolus sp. (string bean) __ _ Cuba, Mexico ____________________ _ Chilo simplex (Crambidae) : Oryza sativa (rice) ___________ _ Japan __________________ _ 1 4 Chilo sp. (Crambidae) : A ndropoqon citratus _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ Mexico ______________________ ____ _ _ Saccharumofjicinarum (sugar_____ do__ _________________ 1 ___ _ cane) . Ze,z. mays (corn) ___________________ do ____________________________ _ Chionaspis humilis (Coccidae): 1 ____ 1 Tex. 1 ________ Hawaii*, 1 --------3 1 --------Mass., "\"\Tash. Calif. Ariz. Ariz. Haworthia sp _________________ Southwest Africa________ ______ 1 ______________ D . C. Chionaspis y'l.nonensis (Coccidae): Citrus nobilis (king orange) ___ Japan_________________________ ____ ______ ____ 2 Calif.* Citrus nobilis deliciosa (Man_____ do_________ __________ 9 __________________ Wash. darin orange). Citrus nobilis deliciosa (tan_____ do_________________________ ____ ______ ____ 1 Pa. gerine). Citrussinensis (orange) ____________ do__________________ ______ ____ ______ ____ 1 .Y. Chirothrips f alsus (Thripidae): Gardenia jl.orida (Cape-jas-Mexico ___________________________ _ 1 ________ Tex. mine) . Mixed flowers _____________________ do __________________ _ Orchid ___________ _________ ________ do __________________ _ Chrysobothris quatimalensis (Bu-prestidaP): 1 ------------------1 Tex. Tex. Airplane __________________________ do_______ _ ___________________________ ____ 1 Tex. Chrysolina brunsvicensis (Chryso-melidae): Forest litter and sphagnum Denmark ______________ _ moss. Chrysolma v arians centaura (Chrysomelidae): 1 ------------------. Y. "Cnknown plant_ _____________ B e l gium_________ _____________ 1 _ _____________ D . C. Chry omphalus bowreyi (Coccidae): 0 r chi d ___________________ . _ _ _ Honduras_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ _ 1 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ La. Chrysomphalus dictyospermi var. (Coccidae): Camelliajaponica (camellia) __ Mexico__________________ 1 __________________ Tex. Manqi_{eraindica (mango) _____ Grenarla________________ ______ ____ 1 __ __ ____ . Y. Perseaamericana (avocado) ___ 1 Mexico _________________ l______ ____ 2 ________ Tex. La., Pa.,

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16 BUREAU OF ENTO~IOLOGY AND PLANT QUARANTINE Lis~ of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1939, to June 30, 1940, inclusive-Continued [All findings mark('d with an asterisk inrlicate State inspection] Number of interceptions in-Pest and host Country of origin Q.) C/l Collected)n-b.O ... INSECTS-continued Chrysomphalus n igropunctatus (Coccidae): Orchid_ ______ _ _ ___ __ Mexico _________________ _ Chrysomphalus odontoglossi (Coc-cidae ): Orchid_ ____________________ Jamaica _______________ _ Chrysomphalus personatus (Coccidae) : Citrus grand is (grapefruit)____ Mexico _________________ _ Citrus limonia ~lemon)________ Brazil . ________________ _ Citrussinensis (orang0.)______ _ _ do _______ ___________ _ Persea americana (avocado)_ _ Mexico _______ . ________ _ Unidentified leaf_____ _ _ _ _ _ _ Amrrican Virgin Islands Chrysomphalus umb oniferus (Coe cidae ): Orchid ________ . ___ . _____ _ Venezuela _ _ . ____________ _ Clerada apicicornis (Lygaeidae): Solanummelongena (eggplant) Cuba __________________ _ Cligenes delineata (Lygaeidae): Unknown leaL _________ _ Coccotrypes bassiaeverus (Scolyti dae): Cocos sp. (palm) ________ _ Coccotrypes dactyliperda (Scolytidae ): Mexico _________________ _ Brazil __________________ _ Q.) 0 CXl b.O b.O I-... -~ b.O CXl CXl CXl ::, 0 :::i a --------1 . 1 --------1 1 1 . -----1 1 ----1 1 -----Phoenixsp ___________ .... France. ___ ____________ . _____ . 1 . ---. Coccotrypes pygmaeus (Scolytidae ): Lil'istona chinensis ( Chinese Tanganyika ___ , -_______ _ fan palm). Coccus v iridis rn0ccidae): Bryophyllum sp _____________ _ Jamaica. _______________ _ Dominican Republic ___ . ---------------1 ------1 ------1 ---C/l Q.) ... 0 U1 1 1 Tex. D.C. Tex. Mass. Fla.* Tex. N . Y. N.Y. N.Y. _ _ _ Tex. D. C. D. C. --Hawaii. N. ---Y. ---N. Y. * Citnis sinensis (orange) ___ . _ _ _ Coffea sp. (coffee) __ -~------Brazil, Colombia, Ha-1 4 1 -Calif.*, D. wail, Jamaica, Puerto Rico. -Fla., N. Y. Gardenia fiorida (Cape-jasCuba, Hawaii, Jamaica, 28 10 ----Calif.*, Fla.* mine). lxora s p _____ . . _____________ _ Lager8lroemia sp ____________ _ Psidium guajava (guava) ____ _ Conchaspis angraeci (Ooccida e ): Cattleya sp. (orchid) . _ _ ___ _ Laelia rubescens (orchid) _ ___ _ Orchid ______________________ _ Vanilla sp. (orchid) _________ _ Venezu e la. Trinidad ______________ _ Jamaica _______________ _ _ Cuba _ _ ______________ _ 1 1 1 Venezuela______________ 1 ------____ _ _ _ Costa Rica_____________ ____ 1 _____ _ ___ _ _ Canal Zone_____________ _ _ _ _ _ _ 2 1 _______ _ Ecuador _______________ . 1 ____ ------_______ _ Fla.* D. C. Fla.* D. C. D. C. D. C.,:P. R. P.R. Conotrachelus ftavangulus (Curculionidae): Cydonia oblonga (quince) _____ Mexico ___________________________ _ 1 ____ ____ Tex. Conotrachelus leucophaeat 'US (Cur-culionidae): Dahlia sp _ _________________________ do __________________ _ 1 ____ ______ ____ ____ Tex. Conotrachelus sp., possihly nenu phar (Curculionidae): Amygdalus persica (peach) _ _______ do ____________________________ _ Conotrachelus sp., apparently senicu lus (Curculionidae): Spinacia oleracea (spinach) ________ do ____________________________ _ Conotrachelus sp. (Curculioni-1 --------Tex. 1 -------Ariz. dae): Achras sapota (sa podilla) _____ Colombia_____ __________ 2 ______ ____________ N. Y . . Anacardium occidentale (ca-Canal Zone___________________ 1 ______________ D. C. shew). Brassica rapa (turnip) ________ Mexico__________________ 1 _________________ _ Eugenia sp ___________________ Canal Zone______________ ______ 1 _____________ _ lnga_sp . _____________________ Guatemala __________ ~--______ ____ 1 _______ _ M yricaria sp _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ Brazil.__________________ _ _ _ _ _ _ 1 _____ . _ _ _ _ _ __ _ Persea americana (avocado) __ Mexico______ _____________________ _ 101 _______ _ Prunus salesii. _______________ Guatemala________________________ 1 _______ _ Psidium guajava (guava) ___ __ Mexico___________________________ _ 2 ____ ___ _ Quercus undulata __________________ do_____________________________ 1 _______ _ Quercus sp ________________________ do ___________________ 2 1 39 _______ _ Tex. D.C. La. D.C. Tex. La. Tex. Ariz. Ariz., Tex. c.,

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SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS 17 List of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1939, to June 30, 1940, inclusive-Continued [All findings marked with an asterisk indicate State inspection] Pest and host Country of origin umber of interceptions in-0 bD ;... a, 0 Collected in-----------------------------------------INSECTS-continued Coptotermes formosanus (Rhino termitidae): Cycas sp_ -------Japan .............••.............. 1 .... -Calif.* Corcyra cephalonica (Galleriidae): Burlap covering for forest Liberia_ ................ . 1 .......... N. Y. litter. Cocos nucifera (coconut)_Gossypium sp. (c ottonseed ) . . -Pbilippines------2 .................. Hawaii.* 0ry za satiua (rice) _ _ . . __ ... __ _ India, Puerto Rico...... ...... 1 1 D. C., N. Y. India ................... -----4 Ga. Corizus parumpunctatus (Corei• dae): Forest litter and sphagnum Denmark .•••... -moss. 1 .... ...... .... .... N. Y. Corizus sidae (Coreidae): Antirrhinum majus (SnapMexico ..... .... dragon ) . Lactuca sativa (lettuce)_...... . -._do •.......•.. -............ -.. Mixed flowers ____________ .... _._ .. do ........ ---... . Cosmolyce boeticus ( Lycaenidae): 1 ----1 ----1 ----Canavalia SP----------Hawaii, Japan ..•....... --3 -Soja ma:r (soybean) _____ --Japan ... ...... ... . Creontiades pallidus (Miridae): Cichorium endivia (escaro le ) _ _ Italy .... -.-............ _ ........ --.. _ .. . Crocidosema plebeiana (Oletbreu• tidae) : -----------1 1 1 Hibiscus esculentus (okra)_ .. _ Mexico _ _ .. __ ...... -6 ...• 1 1 -Hisbiscus SP-----------Bermuda, Cuba ........ . Cryphula apicatus (Lygaei dae ): 0ncidium cavendishianum (orGuatemala_chid). Cryptopleurum atomarium (Hy• drophilidae): Fo1:est litter and sphagnum Denmark_.moss. Ourculio sp. (Curculionidae): Castanea sp. (chestnut) ...... . Azores , Ita ly, Japan, Portugal. 1 1 .... .... 1 --.... 5 3 3 .••• 4 Eugenia SP---Philippines ............ _ 1 ................. . Hicoria sp. (hickory) ... _ ..... Mexico --.... 1 --... . Quercus humilis .............. Portugal...................... 1 ...•.......... Quercus suber (cork oak)_ ......... do......................... 2 -.... -Quercus undulata (aco rn) ..... Mexico.................. ...... .... 1 ....... . Quercus sp. (acorn) ........... Manchuria, Mexico..... ...... 1 46 ....... . Cydamus borealis (Coreidae): Mixed flowers __________ -Guatemala ...••................... 1 ....... . Cylas femoralis (Curculionidae): Ipomoea batatas (sweetpo tato). Cylas formicarius (Curculioni• dae): Ipomoea batatas (sweetpo tato). Cylas puncticollis (Curculioni dae): Angola, West Africa ..• _. China, Cuba, Dominican Republic, Haiti, India, Jamaica, Mexi co, Puerto Rico. Ipomea batatas (sweetpotato) _ Angola, Mexico, West Africa. Oylindrocopturus armatus (Cur culionidae): 1 .... -.... 1 7 •••. 39 .... 17 3 .•.. - •••• 3 Tex. Tex. Tex. Calif.*, Md. Md. N. Y. Tex. La., N. Y. Calif.* N. Y. Hawaii,* Mass., r_ Y., Wash. Calif.* Tex. D .C. D. C. Ariz. Ariz., Calif.,• Tex. Tex. N. Y., Pa. Ariz., Hawaii,• La., Md., Mass., Y., Pa., Tex., Va. Mass., Pa. . Y., Stem of weed .. --Mexico ........ ...... .... 1 ........ Ariz. Cymoninus notabilis (Lygaeidae): Brassica chinensis (white Cuba.-1 .... ...... .... .... . Y. chard). Oyrtopeltis tenuis (Miridae): Antirrhinum majus (snap -Cuba, Jamaica, Mexico ....... 3 1 Ariz., N. Y. dragon). Brassica chinensis (white Cuba.--21 .... ...... .... .... . Y. greens). Brassica sp. (mustard) ............ do_.................. 1 .... ...... .... .... . Y. 400127-41--3

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18 BUREAU OF ENTOMOLOGY AND PLANT QUARANTINE List of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1939, to June 30, 1940, inclu sive -Continued [All findings marked with an asterisk indicate State inspection] Pest and host Country of origin Number of interceptiorn in-0 a, 0 -a, ti) Cl) '"' 0 .. 00 Collected in--------------1---------------------1--------INSECTS-continued Cl/rlopeltis tenuis (Miridae)-Con. Dianthus chinensis (Chinese Jamaica __________________________ _ 1 ------N. Y. pink). Mixed flowers _______________ _ Guatemala______________ ______ ____ 1 ____ ____ Tex. Petunia sp _________________ . _ Jamaica_________________ ____ 1 ____ ____ N. Y. Rapharius satilJ'lls (radish) ___ _ Cuba___________________ 1 __________________ N. Y. Crvtopeltis varians (M iridae): Heliotropium parvifl,orum Mexico ___________________________ _ (borraja). Mixed flowers _____________________ do ____________________________ _ Dactylosternum centrale (Hydro1 ------1 , 2 --------Tex. Ariz. philidae): Heliconia latispatha___ _ _ _ ____ _ Panama ________________ _ 1 ____ ______ ____ ____ Tex. Dacus cucurbitae (Trypetidae): In debris in box of cucumbers_ Hawaii_ ____________________________________ _ t Calif.• Dacus oleae (Trypetidae): Olea europaea (olive) _________ Italy, Portugal__________ ______ 14 2 ____ ____ Mass., N. Y Pa. Punica qranatum (pomegran-Italy _________________________ _ 1 __________ "---Pa. ate) (packed in box with fresh olives). Dacus sp. (Trypetidae): Cucurbita pepo (pumpkin)___ Union of South Africa__ ______ ____ ______ ____ l N. Y. Delphacodes campestris (Araeopi-dae): Chenopodium album (lambsMexico ___________________________ _ 1 ____ 1 1____ Ariz. quarters). Dercynus micronyx (Curculionidae): Brownea qrandifiora_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ Trinidad________________ _ __ __ _ 2 _____________ _ Dialeurodes chittendeni (Aleyrodi-dae): Rhododendron sp _____________ England______________________ 1 _________ _ ----, Diaphania sp. (Pyraustidae): Benincasa hispida (hairy squash). Cuba __________________ _ Brassica sp. (mustard) ____________ do __________________ _ Cucumis sativus (cucumber) __ Cuba, Mexico, Panama, Venezuela. 2 ------------------1 ----------------10 2 Cucurbita maxima (squash) __ Diaspis visci (Coccidae): Cuba, Mexico___________ ______ 7 _____________ _ Juniperus sp_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ Italy ___________________ _ 1 -----------------Diaspis zamiae (Coccidae): Encephalartos latifrons ________ Union of South Africa __ _ 1 ----------------Diatraea crambidoides (Crambidae): Zea mays (corn) ______________ Bahamas _________________________ _ 1 -------Dikraneura cockerelli (Cicadellidae): Brassica sp. (mustard) _______ Mexico _________________ _ 1 -----------------.Dinoderus bifoveolatus (Bostrichidae): Derris sp_ __ __ ____ _ ___ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ India ___________________ _ 1 -----------------Gnaphalium vira-vira (huira-Peru ___________________ _ 1 buira). Serjania me:ricana (barbasco) ______ do __________________ _ 1 ------------------Unidentified log ______________ Dutch West Indies _____ _ 1 Diocalandra taitensis (Curculioni-dae): Cocos nucifera (coconut) ______ Hawaii, Philippines ____ _ 1 ---1 -------Disonycha antennata (Chrysomeli-dae): Laelia sp. (orchid)___________ Mexico _________________ _ 1 ------------------Draeculacephala minerva (CicaCalif.• Calif.• N. Y. N.Y. Fta.,*La.,N. Y.,. Tex. N. Y., Tex. Calif.* D. C. Fla.• 'Pex;. N. Y~ N. Y. N.Y. N.Y. Calif.*, Hawaii.• Tex. dellidae): Lactuca saliva (lettuce) ____________ do ____________________________ _ 3 ____ ____ Ariz-., Tex. Draec ulacepha la portola (Cicadellida e): Ananas sativus (pineapple) ________ do __________________ _ Dras terius cribratus (Elateridae): Beta vulgaris (beet) ________________ do __________________ _ Prosopis sp. (mesquite) ___________ do __________________ _ 1 ------------------1 ------------------1 La. Tex. Tex.

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SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENT S 19 List of pests cullected and reported from July 1, 1939, to June 30, 1940, inclus ive-Continued [All findings marked with an asterisk indicate State inspection] Pest and host Country of origin Number of interceptions in-0 b.O '"' ' 0 Collected in--------------1-------------------__ , _______ _ INSECTS-Continued Dr'Vmus sylvai,icus (Lygaeidae): Forest litter and sphagnum Denmark ______________ _ 1 ------------------moss. Dysdercus mimulu s (Pyrrhocoridae): Mixed flowers________________ Mexico ___________________________ _ 1 --------Eleodes tricostata (Tenebrionidae): Soil around plant_ ________________ do ____________________________ _ 1 -------Empoasca abrupt a (Cicadellidae): Lact uca saliva (lettuce) ____________ do ____________________________ _ 3 --------Mixed flowers . . ___________________ do ____________________________ _ 1 Empoasca solana (Cidaellidae): Beta vulgaris (beet) ________________ do ____________________________ _ 1 -------Beta vulgaris cicla (Swiss _____ do ____________________________ _ 1 . Y. Tex. Tex. Tex. Arix. Tex. Tex. chard). Garden ia fiorida (Cape-jas_____ do___________________ 1 __ __ _ _ __ _ _ _ _ _ _ ____ Tex. mine). Lact uca saliva (lettuce) ____________ do _____________ ______________ _ 5 ________ Tex. Endros is lacteella (Oecopboridae): Aglaonema sp. _______________ China __________________ _ Tulipa sp. (tulip)____________ ether lands ___________ _ Epicaerus cognatus (Curculioni-dae): Solanum tuberosum (potato) __ Mexico _________________ _ 1 ------------------1 1 ----22 ----1 Wash. Wash. Fla.•, Tex. Epidiaspis piricola (Coccidae): Malus sylvestris (apple) ______ Italy_ _________________________ 2 ________ N. Y. Pyrus communis (pear) _______ Japan_________________________ 1 ______________ Wash. Epilachna varivestis (Coccinellidae): Brassica chinensis (Chinese Mexico ______________________ _____ _ 1 ____ ____ Tex. cabbage). Brassica sp. (mustard). ___________ do __________________ _ 4 ------------------Tex. Epi11ot ia opposita (Olethreutidae): Phaseotus lunatus macrocarpus _____ do __________________ _ 1 ------------------Tex. (lima bean). Phaseotus sp. (string: bean) ___ Mexico, Venezuela _____ _ 6 ----103 2 Ariz., Pa., Tex. Epochra sp. (Trypetidae): Ribes sp. (currant)___________ Mexico ___________________________ _ 1 --------Tex. Eriosom a cratae(}i (Aphlidae): Matus sylrestris (apple)_______ ew Zealand____________ ______ ____ ______ ____ 1 Pa. Matus sp _____________________ England________________ 1 __________________ D. C. Ernobins abietis (Anobiidae): P icea sp. (spruce) ____________ Germany ________________________ _ 1 ____ ____ N. Y. Eucalandra setulosa (Curculioni-dae): Grass used as packing:________ Mexico _________________ _ 1 ____ ______ ____ ____ Tex. Eucnocerus anthrenoides (Dermes-tidae): Zea mays (corn) ___________________ do ___________________________ _ 1 ________ Tex. Eu'TT'ecosorryia nubila (Otitidae): Citrus sinensis (orange)_ _____ _ Panama_________________ ______ ____ ______ __ __ 1 Pa. LfLctuca satit:a (lettuce) ______ _ Zea mays (corn) ____________ _ Eumeru.~ sp. (Syrphidae): Mexico__________________ ____ 1 ________ 'l'e.x. Brazil, Mexico__________ 7 7 4 ____ ____ 1 .Ariz.,Mass.,Tex. AUium cepa (onion) __________ Denmark____________________ _ ______________ 1 Pa Narcissus sp __________________ Netherlands____________ 2 __________________ :Mass., Va. Eupteryx melissue (Cicadellidae): Salcia sp. (sage) ______________ England______________________ 1 ______________ Pa. Euryc1pitta vestitiis (\1iridae): Lyca1~fe sr. (orchid) __________ Guatemala _____________ _ 011cidi11,m cavendishianum (or_____ do _________________ _ cbict). Oncidium sp. (orchid) ________ . _ . _ _ do _________________ _ Orchid_______________________ Guatemala, Honduras __ Eurydema oleraceum (Pentatomidae.): ForE'st litter and sphagnum Denmark ______________ _ moss. Euryophthalmus cinctus (Pyrrho coridae): 1 ------------------1 1 -----------------4 1 ------------------D. 0. Calif.• Calif.• Calif.•, D. O. N. Y. Gard enia ftorida (Cape-jas-Mexico ___________________________ _ 1 ____ ____ Tex. mine). I I

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20 BUREAU OF ENTOJM:OLOGY AND PLANT QUARANTINE List of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1939, to June 30, 1940, inclusive-Continued [All findings marked with an asterisk indicate State inspection] Pest and host Country of origin Number of interceptions in-0 bl) s-. a, 0 en
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SERVICE AND REGULATORY A.l.'rn"OUNCEMENTS 21 List of pests collected and reported from July 1 , 1939, to June 30, 1940 inclusive-Continued [All findings marked with an aste risk indicate State inspectinn] Pest and host Country of origin Tumber of interc0ptions in1----------0 t:,l) 1-, clS 0 Collected in--------------1---------------------1--------INSECTS-continued Frankliniella fortissima (Thripi-dae ): Antirrhinum m1jus (snapMexico _________________ _ 1 -13 ________ Tex. dragon). Chrysanthemum maximum _____ do __________________ _ 1 -----------------(Shasta dai y). Chrysanthemum sp ________________ do___________________ ______ ____ 5 _ ______ _ Dahlirz sp __________________________ do_____________________________ 1 _______ _ D:1i y ____________________________ do___________________ ______ ____ 2 _______ _ Dia11thus sp. (carnation) ___________ do___________________ 2 _________________ _ Liliu, m sp. (lily) ___________________ do___________________ 1 _________________ _ fixed flowers _____________________ do___________________ ______ __ __ 12 _______ _ Rosa sp ___________________________ do___________________ 1 ____ 9 _______ _ Scabiosa sp. (pincu hion _____ do___________________ ______ ____ 1 _ ______ _ flower ). Frankliniella insularis (Thripidae ): Antirrhinum majus (snap-Cuba, Jamaica ___________________ _ 1 ----1 dragon). Chrysanthemum sp __________ _ Dahlia sp. __________________ _ Gladiolus sp _________________ _ Orchid . _____________________ _ Rosa sp _____________________ _ Frankliniella melanommatus (Thripidae): Bermuda_______________ ______ ____ 1 Cuba_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 1 Bermuda_________________________ 1 ----' ---Colombia_________________________ 1 ______ _ _ Bahamas, Cuba __________ ______________ _ 1 ---Dianthus chinensis (Chinese Jamaica __________________________ _ 1 --------pink). Gerberia sp ________________________ do ___________________________ _ Lilium P-------------------Bermuda _________________________ _ Frankliniella schultzei (Thripi-dae): Ornithogalum thyrsoides Union of South Africa ________ 51 (chinkerichee). Frankliniella tenuicornis (Thripidae): 1 ------1 1 --------Tex. Tex. Tex. Tex. Tex. Tex. Ariz., Tex. Ariz., Tex. Tex. .Y. I Y. Y. Y. Y. Fla.• Y. T. Y. Y. N. Y. Azaleaindica (azalea) ________ Belgium________________ 1 __________________ D. C. Men.thasp. (mint)___________ etherlands ________________________________ 1 Y. Frankliniella williamsi (Thripidae ): Allium cepa (onion)__________ Mexico ___________________________ _ Centaurea cyanus (corn_____ do ___________________________ _ flower ). Chrysanthemum sp ________________ do ___________________________ _ Herb_ _____ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ ____ do_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ _ Lact uda sativa (lettuce) ____________ do ___________________________ _ Mentha sp. (mint) _________________ do ___________________________ _ Mixed flowers _____________________ do ___________________________ _ Petroselinum hortense (pars_____ do ___________________________ _ ley). Rosa sp ___________________________ do__________________ _ __ _ Zea mays (corn) ___________________ do__________________ 3 ___ _ Franklinothrips vespif or mis (Aeol-othripidae): 1 -------2 1 -------1 5 1 1 1 1 ------86 Brassica chinensis (white Cuba __________________ _ 14 ------------------greens). Ariz. Tex. Tex. Tex. Tex. Tex. Tex. Tex. Tex. .Ariz., Tex. .Y. Brassica sp. (mustard) ____________ do__________________ 12 ____ ______ ____ ____ Y. Capsicum annuum (pepper)__ Mexico__________________ 1 ____ ______ ____ ____ Ariz. 1ixed flowers _____________________ do____________________________ 1 ________ Tex. Pisumsativum (pea) _________ Cuba___________________ 1 ____ ______ ____ ____ Y. Fulvius bisbistillatus (Miridae): Cattleya spp_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ ___ __ _ _ Colombia ______________ _ Fulvius quadristellatus (Miridae) : Heliconia latispatha_____ ___ _ __ Panama ________________ _ Fulvius sp. (Miridae): 1 ----------------1 ----------------Calif.* Tex. Cattleya sp_ _ _____ ______ ___ _ _ _ enezuela ______________ _ 1 -----------------D . C.

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22 , BUREAU OF ENTOMOLOGY AND PLANT QUARANTINE List of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1939, to June 30, 1940, inclu sive -Continued [All findings marked with an asterisk indicate State inspection] Number of interceptions in-Pest and host Country of origin a:> 0) s... b.O Collected inQ;) 0 d ...., 0) b.O b.O s... Q;) ..... b.O d s... s... d 0 d d 0 P=l G ...., 00. ------INSECTS-continued Furcaspis biformis (Coccidae): Brassavola nodosa (orchid)_. __ Canal Zone __ 1 ------Hawaii.• Cattleya gigas (orchid) _______ _ Cattleya percivaliana (orchid)_ Colombia_._-1 -------Venezuela_. ___ .. _ ..•.•... -. ___ . _ 1 __ .. _. __ Calif.• N.Y. Cattleya trianae (orchid) _____ _ Colombia, Hawaii__--2 --1 ____ --Calif.* Cattleya sp. (orchid) _________ _ Epidendrum atropurpureum Epidendrum sp. (orchid) ____ _ Colombia, Venezu('la____ 10 ____ ----____ --Canal Zone, Philippines_ 1 2 ----_______ _ Canal Zone ________ .____ 1 _________________ _ Calif.*, D. C. Calif.•, Hawaii.• Calif.* Panama ______________ ______ 1 _____________ _ Hawaii.* Oncidiumpanamense (orchid)_ Oncidium sp. (orchid)_-Brazil, Canal Zone, 2 ____ 2 _______ _ Trinidad. Calif.*, D. 0., P.R. Orchid .... _______ .......... -. Cuba, Hawaii, Vene-2 ____ 2 _______ _ zuela. Calif.•, Fla.•, P.R. Galgupha punctifer (Cydnidae): Soil around orchid plant Gastrothrips sp. (Phlaeothripidae): Mexico--------------1 --------------Tex. Rosa SP---------------------_____ do ____ -----------------____ 1 ________ Tex. Gelechia ericetellrz (Gelechiidae) : -----------------------____ ----_______ _ Calluna vulgaris (heather) ____ Scotland ___ ----------2 ----------____ Mass., Pa. Geocoris sonoraensis (Lygaeidae): Cucurbita maxima (squash)___ Mexico _________________ _ Geoiomus parvulus (Cydnidae): Lycopersicum esculentum (to_____ do---------------mato). Gerstaeckeria mutillaria (Curculionidae): 1 ------Calif.• 1 -------Tex. Mammillaria pseudoschideana ______ do ________________ ._ ______ 1 ______ ____ ____ Calif.• (cactus). Gnorimoschema gudmannella (Ge lechiidae): Capsicum annuum (pepper). Cuba, Mexico---------124 ___ _ Lycopersicum esculentum (to mato). Gracilia minuta (Cerambycidae): Mexico. ________________ _ 1 -19 --Ariz., N. Tex. 1 --Ariz., Tex. Salix sp. (willow) __ ------Belgium, England, Netherlands. 8 .... N. Y. Grapholitha saltitans (Olethreu tidae): Sebastia11ia sp _____ __ . _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ Mexico .•...•.•.• -.---. _ ... Grapholitha sp .• probably molesta ( Olethreutidae): 1 ----Hawaii.• Amyodalus per.~ica (peach)_._ Japan_--------1 Wash. Prunus domestica (plum) ____ . _____ do_------...... -1 Wash. Grapholitha sp (Olethreutidae): Amygdalus persica (peach).__ Italy, Mexico.-----------___ _ Cydonia oblonga (quince) __ .__ Mexico_--------------Malus sylveslris (apple)------_____ do __ --------------Pyrus communis (pear)-----Japan __ ---------Gymnaspis aechmeae (Coccidae): A regelia sp _______ --_ _ __ __ __ Brazil_-----______ -_ Gynaikothrips uzeli (Phlaeo-1 --3 2 1 1 1 ----Mass., Tex. Tex. Tex. Wash. D.C. thripidae): Ficus indica (fig) ____________ • Cuba._. __ •••• ____ ••.. __ --.. __ _ _ _ ___ 11 __ _ N. Y. Hadrobregmus destructor (Anibii • dae): 1 ------____ ____ Wash. Taxus brevifolia (yew)________ Canada ..... ------Halimococcus lampas (Coccidae): Bismarckia nobilis _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ France_ ..• -- ••••.••.•. -. _ _ 1 __ ---D. C. Haplothrips aculeatus (Phlaeo-thripidae): Forest litter and sphagnum Denmark_-----moss. 1 ____ ---____ --N. Y. Haplothrips gowdeyi (Phlaeothripidae): Antirrhinum majus (snapdra~on). Aster sp ____ .... _______ . -Celosia sp _________ . _______ . . Chrvsanthemum sp __________ _ Colombia, Cuba, Ja--3 --1 maica. Jamaica _________ --1 ____ -British West Indies __ .. _ 1 --Bermuda_----1 ---N. Y. N. Y. N. Y. N. Y. Y.,

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SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS 23 Li,st of pests collected and reported from July 1 , 1939, to June 30, 1940, inclu s ive -Con tin ued [All findings marked with an asterisk indicate State inspection] Pest and host Country of origin umber of interceptions in-0 tD as 0 -d Collectr-d in--------------•----------------- •------INSECTS-Continued Haplothrips gow devi (Phlaeo thripidae)-Con. Dianthus chinensis ( Chinese pink). Gardenia florida (Cape-jasmine) . Gerberia sp _____ ..••••••.••. Jasminum sp ........... Lathyrus odoratus (sweet pea). Lilium sp. fixed flowers ............... . Rap ha nu.s sativus (radish) ... . Rosa sp ...................... . Tf!gd_es sp. (marigold ) _ ...... . Zinntr1 sp ................... . Haplothrips niqricornis (Phlaeothripidae): Jamaica ..•..••..••••••..........•. 1 .... ~1exico ...•...••.•••••••• 1 .... ....... . B ermuda, Canal Zone, .•........ 8 -1 Jamaica. Jamaica ..•..••••••..••.• --1 -Cuba_-...... ..•. ...••. 1 -exico ................ -. 1 ................. . Bermuda, Merico....... ...... .... 3 ....... . Cuba.................... 1 ................. . Bahamas, Jamaica...... ..••.. .... 1 1 ... . Bahamas ....... -...... .... 1 ... . Brafil ........••...•.........• -...... ..•. 1 Ornithogalum thyrsoides Union of South Africa... ...... 2 .•.•...... (chinkerichee). Raplothrips subtilissimU8 (Phlaeo-thripidae): .Y. .Y. Azalea indica (azalea) ........ _ Belgium ••••••••.••••... 6 .... --.... D. 0. Heilipus sp. (Curculionidae ) : Persea americana (a,ocado)_.. Mexico ..•••.••••••••••.....•.. Heliodines bella ( Heliodinidae ) : Portulaca sp. (purslane) ........... do ..• -......... . Hellula phidilealis ( P yraustidae): 2 ....... . 1 ....... . Brassic a chinensis (white Cuba .••••......••.••••. greens ) . 9 Brassica sp. (mustard) ...........• do ..•••••...•..•••••. R.aphanus sativus ( r adish) .. __ ..... do ..••••..• _ •.••..••. Hellula undalis (Pyraustidae): 1 --1 Tex. Tex. . Y. Brassica rapa (turnip) ........ Japan ___ --.•.•.......••••• 3 Wash. Heraeus cincticornis ( Lygaeidae ): Cattleya sp. (orchid)-........ Venezuela_ .••••••••.•... Hercothr ips errans (Thripidae): 1 ...... .... .... D. C. . Y. Dendrobium Jormosum Japan......................... 1 .............. Hawaii.• (orchid ) . Hercothr ips phaseoli (Thripidae): Brassica chinensis (white Cuba .• ---------greens ) . Herc-ulia psammioxantha (Pyra-lididae): Cattleya qiqas (orchid )_Colombia .• -------Heterobostrychus aequalis (Bostri chidae ): Wooden boL ... _............. India __ - •••••• - ••• Hofmannophila pseudospretella (Oecophoridae): E~igero7: sp._ ..... _ .....•••.• _ Irts SU8iana._ .... -...... Straw jacket ..... Homoeosoma electellum (Phycitidae) : England __ •....••••.••.. • ether lands ..•••.••••••. Scotland .......••••••••. 1 - • --1 .......... -.. 1 .... ....... . 1 ---....... . 1 1 . Y. Calif.• . Y. D. C. D. C. .Ala. Chrysanthemum sp ... --Mexico .•••.•••• ---1 .••• 29 ........ Tex. :Mixed flowers ............ -.. ---do_ •••• -1 -Tex. Hop land rot hrips xanthopoide& (Phlaeothripidae): Bryophyllum sp .............. Barbados •• -------1 .•...... Hortensia similis (Cicadellidae): Brassica chinensis (white Cuba •••••.••••••••••••. greens ). H11les-inus fraxini ( colytidae): Fraxinus sp. (a-Sh)............ England._---H11pera arator (C urculionidae ): Forest litter and sphagnum Denmark .•••••••••••••• moss. H11pera niurirostris ( Curculionidae) : Forest litter and sphagnum _ .... do •• ----moss. 1 .... .... 1 ................. . 1 .............. 1 .............. . Y. . Y. . Y. . Y. . Y.

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24 BUREAU OF ENT OMOLOGY AND PLANT QUARANTINE List of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1939, to June 30, 1940, inclusive-Continued [All findings marked with an asterisk indicate State inspection] Pest and host Country of origin Number of interceptions in-0 b.O 0 Collected in--------------,----------------------------INSECTR-continued Hypera postica (Curculionidae): Packing around rose cuttings_ France-------______ 1 ------____ ____ D. C. Hypoborus ficus (Scolytidae): Ficus carica (fig) _____________ Italy--------____ _ 1 ____ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ Calif.• Hypocassida subferruginea (Chrysomelidae): Moss around grapes _______________ do _____ ---------------1 ------________ Calif.* Hyp, ~ipyla qrandelfo (Phycitidae): Cedru.~ sp. (cedar) ____________ Mexico_----------Log _______________________________ do _____ ---------Swietenia mahogani (mahog• Honduras.-----------any~. Hypsoprora no(lalata (Membraci• dae). 1 ------------1 I La. Tex. La. Flowers ______________________ Mexico ___ ----------_________ _ 1 ____ ____ Ariz. Ips suturalis (Scolytidae): Pinus sp. (pine) ______________ Finland ..•. ____________ _ 1 ---______ ____ ____ N. Y. Iridomyrmex humilis (Formici• dae): Dahlia sp____ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ ____ Portu~aL _ .. _ ----_. ______ ---___ • 1 Tritonia sp. (montbretia) _____ Azores __ ----------------I -----lridomyrmex iniquus (Formici• dae, CaPleya sn. (orchid)_________ Colombia. Venezuela ___ _ In soil around Cypripedium Belgium ............•... ~p. lridnmyrmex iniquu. , nigella (Formicidae): Catfleya sp. (orchid) __________ Colombia .•...••..•••.•. Iridomyrmex melleus (Formici• daP)' Vanda caerulea (orchid) __ .. __ France ...•......•..•.... Ischnorhynchus erirae (Lygaeidae): 4 ---------------1 I ---------------1 --------------Brassica oleracea capitata (cabbage). Italy------------______ --------___ _ 1 Isochaetothrips sp. (Thripidae): Gardenia fiorida (Cape-jas• Mexico.-------------mine). 1 --2 -----Polianthes tuberosa (tuberose) ____ •. do ... ____ .. ____ .... ____ .. _. __ 1 --------Kalotermes snyderi (Termitidae): Prosopis sp. (mesquite) ______ ..•. -do _____ ----I ----------------Keiferia lycopersicella (Gelechiidae): Capsicum annuum (pepper) _____ ._do ____ -------2 ____ ---------Lycopersicum esculentum (to• Cuba, Mexico_-------1,784 ____ 2,949 _______ _ mato). Phaseolus sp. (strin{?: bean) ___ Mexico ____ ------------------1 -----Kurtomathrfp. ~ sp., close to mor• rilli (Thripidae): Antirrhinum majus (snap•____ Jamaica __ -------------___ _ 1 --------dragon). Laemophloeus iteratus (Cucuji• dae): Guaiacu.m officinale (lignum• Nicaragua_---------vitae). 1 ------------------Tabeh11ia donnell-smithii (pri-Guatemala _____________ _ 1 ---------------mavera). Laspeyresia membrosa (Olethreutidae): Prosopis sp.
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SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS 25 List of pests collected and reported from July 1 , 1939, to J u ne 30, 1940, inclus ive -Continued (All findings marked with an asterisk indicate State inspertionl Pest and host Country of origin umber of inte rceptions in-0 t::.t) a 0 Cll Cl) ... 0 (/) Collected in--------------1-----------1----------------INSECTS-continued Lecanium coryli (Ooccidae): Malus syl v estris ( apple)_______ Switzerland ____________ _ Prunus sp. ___________________ England __ ------------Leperisinus fraxini (Scolytidae) : Fraxinus sp. (ash) _________________ do __________________ _ Unidentified wood ((proba_____ do __________________ _ bly ash). Lepidosaphes alba (Oorcidae): 1 ----------------1 6 ---------------1 D. 0. D. 0. N. Y. La. Manihot esc-ulmta (cassava)__ Bahamas________________ ______ ____ ______ 1 ____ Fla.• Lepidosaphes auriculata (Coccidae), Codiaeum sp. (<>roton) _ _ _ _ __ __ Hawaii _________________ _ 1 --------------Calif . • Lepidosaphes camelliae ( Ooccidae ) : Camellia japonica (cam e llia )__ Japan __________________ _ Lepidosaphes carinata (Ooccidae ) : 3 1 ------------Wash. Pedilan t h u s sp ________________ Mexico________________________ 1 ___________ ___ Calif.* Lepidosaphes chinensis(Ooccidae) : Pandanus sp. (scr ewpine) ____ China_________________________ 1 ______________ Calif.• Lepidosaphes conchiformis (Oocci-dae) : Diospyro.s sp. (persimmon ) ___ Japan___________________ _ _____ ____ ______ ____ 1 Wash. Pyrus pyri folia (sand p e ar)_ _______ do___________________ _ _____ ____ ______ ____ 1 Wash. Lepidosaphes ficus (Ooccidae ) : Ficus carica (fig ) ____ .________ Italy __ . ________________ _ 1 Lepidosaphes lasianthi (Ooccidae): 2 1 ------Calif.•, D. C., . Y. Codiaeum sp. ( croton ) ________ Bahamas, Japan__________________ 1 2 ____ Fla.•, N. Y., Pa. Lepidosaphes philococcus (Oocci dae): Cactus _______________________ Mexico__________________ ______ ____ 2 _____ ___ Tex. Myrtillocactus geometrizans _____ do ___________ ._______ 2 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ _ _ _ _ Tex. (cactus ) . Myrtillocactus sp. (cactus ) _________ do___________________ ______ 1 ______________ D. 0. Pachycereus marginat'l l S ( cac_____ do ________________ .__ 1 1 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ Calif.*, Tex. tus) . Pachycere u s sp. (cactus ) ___________ do___________________ ______ ____ 1 ________ Ariz. Lepidosaphes pista:::ia e ( Ooccidae ) : Pistacia mut ica ( t erebinth) _ _ _ Greece__________________ ______ ____ 1 _ ___ ____ N. Y. Lepidosaphes tuberc u lata (Ooccidae) : Cymbidi uminsi o n e ( orchid ) _ _ _ Australia________________ _____ _ ____ 1 ________ CaUf.• Cymbidi u m sp, ( orchid ) ______ Belgium, Japan_________ 3 1 __________ ____ D. 0., Wash. Leptod i ctya plana (Tingitidae): Bougainlilleasp. _____________ Mexico____________________________ 1 ________ Tex. Leptostylus testaceus (Ceramby cida{'): Dioscoreasp. (yam) __________ Trinidad__________________________ 1 ________ Mass. Leucaspis cock erelli ( Coccidae): G u r u s limonia (lemon ) _______ Panama_____________________________________ 1 Calif.* Orchid ____ ____ _______________ Australia__________________________ 1 ________ Hawaii.* Spalhoglotiis sp. ( orchid) _____ Fiji_____________________ 1 __________________ Hawaii.• Leucaspis loewi (Ooccidae): Pinus sp. (pine ) ______________ Portugal______________________ 1 __________ ____ N. Y. Leucopoecila albofasciata (Miri-da{') : Aste; sp ______________________ Cuba__________________________________ _____ 1 . Y. Lactuca satfra (lettuce ) _______ Mexico________________________ ____ 2 ________ T e x. Mixed flowers _____________________ do___________________ ______ ____ 2 ________ T e x. Solanum melo n gena (egg_____ do___________________ 1 __________________ Ariz. plant) . Leu cop tera c ojf eeUa (Lyonetiidae ) : Coffea sp ____ ________ _ _ _ ______ Colombia_________________________ 1 _ _ ______ Fla.• Leuronota maculata (Psy llidae ) : Prosopis sp. (mesquite)_ _____ Mexico__________________ ______ ____ 1 ____ ____ Tex. Ligyrocoris abdominali.s (Lygaei dae): Orchid _______ ________________ Guatemala______________ ______ 1 ______________ D. 0 . Ligyrocoris nitidicoll i s (Lygaei dae): Tagetes sp. (marigold) ________ Mexico__________________ ______ ____ 1 ________ Tex. 400127-41--4

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26 BUREAU OF ENTOMOLOGY AND PLANT QUARANTINE' List of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1939, to June 30, 1940, inclu-sive-Continued , [All findings marked with an asterisk indicate State inspection] Pest and host Country of origin Number of interceptions in-0 ; 0 Collected in-----------------1-------INSECT~-continued Liovrocoris nitidulus (Lygaeidae): Lycopersicum esculentum (to-Mexico ___________________________ _ 1 --------rnato). Liovrocoris setosus (Lygaeidae): Lactuca satilla (lettuce) ____________ do ____________________________ _ Lilioceris lit . ii ( Ohrysomelidac): 1 --------Lilium candidum (Madonna France _________________ _ lily). Lineodes inteqra (Pyraustidae): Lycopersicum e .
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SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS 27 List of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1939, to June 30, 1940, inclusive-Continued [All findings marked with an asterisk indicate State inspection] Pest and host Country of origin Number of interceptions in-0 b.O ;... 0 Collected in-_____ _ _________________ _ , ___ -------------INSECTS-continued Mecinus circulatus (Curculioni dae): Ficus sp______ __ ____ _ _ _ _ _ __ _ _ _ ItalY----............. . 1 .... -----Calif.* Megacerus alternatus (Bruchidae): Jpomoea sp__ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ Hawaii---Megalometis chiliensis (Curculi-1 --.... Calif . • onidae ): Amygdalus persica nectarina Chile .. _---.• (nectarine). Megastigmus pistaciae (Callimo• midae): Pistacia vera (pistache) ..... -Italy......•....... _ Merodon sp. (Syrphidae): Galanthus sp ______ ---______ Turkey ..•.•.•.....•.•.. Hyacinthus orientalis albulus __ . __ do __ (Roman hyacinth). Lycoris sp . _ -----------Netherlands_.Narcissus sp -. ________ --___ . ____ do ___ ....••......... Mertila malayensis (Miridae): Vanda sp. (orchid) __________ _ Metamasius hemipterus (Curculi onidae): Ananas sativus (pineapple) __ . Metamasius sericeus (Curculionidae): Ananas sativus _ ............ _ Bananafdebris ________ ... _. __ Musa sp. (banana)---------Metamasius s e riceus carbonarius (Curculionidae): Musa SP----------------Micrapate scapularis (Bostrichidae): Wood _______ -----------Micrelus ericae (Curculionidae): India .. -Puerto Rico .••.......... Cuba .... _____ Honduras, Mexico .•.... Honduras .............. _ Guatemala ..••..•.....•• Mexico ....•••••.•••••••. 1 ------____ .... N. Y. 1 ---3 -------1 1 ---------28 1 ----.... 1 -----1 ---.... 3 5 2 -----1 .•............ N. Y. N.Y. D.C. D.C. Calif.,• -Md., Mass., _Pa., Va., Wash. D. C. La. Fla.• La., Tex. Ala., _Md., Tex. N. Y., s.~ c. N .'Y. Calluna vulgaris (heather) ..•• Scotland.-10 ...... -Mass., Mich.,N. Moneilema opuntiae (Cerambyci dae): Y., Pa. Cactus_______________________ Mexico......•.••••.••.. 1 ...... Calif.• Monotoma centralis (Monotomidae): Cucurbita maxima (squash)_._ •... _do-------...•.. 1 --.... Tex. Moodna bisinuella (Phycitidae): 7ea mays (corn) ____________ . ___ ..• do ...•...•...•••.... Mordellistena cattleyana (Mordellidae): Cattleya gigas (orchid) __ Cattleya sp. (orchid)_-Orchid __________________ . ___ _ Mordellistena chapini (Mordel lidae): Colombia ....•......... _ Venezuela_ ............. . Colombia .............. . 1 ---53 ---1 --------1 1 Tex. Calif.• D. C. D._C, Cattleya sp. (orchid) _______ . ____ do.--------...... 1 ..•....•.. -n.c. Lycaste skinneri virginalis (orMexico_................. 1 .... ---Tex. chid). Mordellistena sp., probably cattleyana (Mordellidae): Cattleya labiata (orchid) .. BraziL .......•.....•..• _ Cattleya sp. (orchid) _____ .. __ ..... _do ..... _ .•.......... Mordellistena sp., near chapini (Mordellidae): 1 --------1 Calif.• D.C. Cattleya sp. (orchidL---Guatemala.............. 1 --..•••. -.... D. C. Epidendrum sp. (orchid) __ --do .•.•..•.••.••..... --1 ----Calif.• Mordellistena sp., probably cha• pini (Mordellidae): Cattleya sp. (orchid) Brazil ••.•••••.•••...... 1 .... .•.... .... .... D. C.

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28 BUREAU OF ENTOMOLOGY AND PLANT QUARANTINE List of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1939, to June 30, 1940, inclu sive-Continued [All findings marked with an asterisk indicate State inspection] Pest and host Country of origin INSECTS-continued Mordellistena sp. (Mordellidae): Cattleya gigas (orchid) _______ _ Catt Leya skinneri ( orchid) ___ _ Cattleya trianae (orchid)_ ____ _ Caltleya warneri (orchid) ____ _ Caltleya sp. (orchid) _______ _ Colombia ______________ _ Brazil, Costa Rica _____ _ Colombia ______________ _ Brazil _________________ _ Brazil, Colombia, Gua-Number of interreptiom in-0 b.O ... d 0 --3 1 a> ti) ... b.O Q) d ti) -b.O ... Q) a:! ... d b.O d ::s 0 ;:;g i:Q O' 00. ------1 --------------2 --------------1 ------------------1 19 2 4 -------temala. Epidendrum ciliare (orchid)__ Guatemala _____________ 1 ____ -----_______ _ Epidendrum sp. (orchid). _________ do________________________ 1 _____________ _ Laelia anceps (orchid) ________ Mexico__________________ ______ 1 ------_______ _ Laelia crispa (orchid) ________ Brazil__________________ 1 ____ -----____ ----Laelia sp. (orchid) ___________ Mexico________________________ 1 -----_______ _ Lycasfe skinneri viroinalis _____ do__________________ 1 ____ -----____ ---(orchid). Collected in-Calif.• D.C. Calif.* Calif.• Calif.,• D. C. Calif.• Calif.• Calif.• D. C. D. C. Tex. Orchid _______________________ Brazil, Colombia, Gua-temala, Mexico. 3 --1 ________ Calif.,• D. 0., Mormidea collaris (Pentatomidae): La., TeL Cattleya sp. (orchid) ________ Mexico __________________ ---------Mormidea ~ubrosa (Pentatomi-1 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ Tex. dae): Orchid ____________________________ do _________________ _ Mormidea pictiventris (Pentatomidae): 1 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ Calif.• Tillandsia usneoides (Span_____ do ___________________________ _ ish-moss) 1 ____ ____ Tex. Mormidea v-luteum (Pentatomi-dae): Catt'eya sp. (orchid) ________ Brazil _________________ _ Orchid ____________________________ do _________________ _ 1 ____ ______ ____ ____ D. C. Myelois ceratoniae (Phycitidae): 1 __________________ D. C. Amygdalus communis (al-Italy __________________________ ---mond). 1 --------Punica granatum (pomegran-Greece, Italy ____________________ _ ate). 2 --------Myelois venipars (Phycitidae): Citrus sinensis ( orange) _ _ _ _ Mexico _________________________ -Myelo_is sp. _(Phy_citidae): Citrus sinensis ____________________ do__________________ ______ ____ 3 ____ ----Cydonia oblonga (quince) __________ do____________________________ 2 ____ ---Mixed fruit_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ Italy_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ 1 Tamarindus indica (tamaCuba___________________ 1 __________ -------rind). 1 -------Myelophilus minor , (Scolytidae): Pinus sp. (pine) ___________ Netherlands ___________ _ 2 ----------------N. Y. . Y. Tex. Tex. Tex. Tex. La. N.Y. Myzus hemerocallis (Aphiidae): Hemerocallis sp. ______________ China__________________ _ ______ 1 __________ ---D. C. Myzus ornatus (Aphiidae): Chrysanthemum sp. __________ England__________________________ 1 -------Myrtus sp. (myrtle) ______________ do__________________ ______ ____ 1 -------Primula sp. __________________ Scotland______________________ 1 -------------Ramondia pyrenaica__________ England________________ 1 -------------Nabis alternata ( abidae): .Y. .Y. D.C. Calif.* Brassica sp. (mu. tard) _______ Mexico_________________ 2 __________ -----Tex. Lactuca sati v a Oettuce) ____________ do__________________ __________ 1 ________ Tex. Nabis angustatus ( abidae): Lactuca saliva (lettuce) ____________ do __________________ ---------Napomyza laleratis (Agromyzi-dae): 1 ________ Tex. Cichorium intybus (witloof) __ Belgium________________ 194 ---------------Naucles pusio (Mordellidae): Phaseolus sp. (string bean)___ Mexico __________________ -------Rosa sp ___________ ________________ do ___________________ ---------Neella generosa (Miridae): Agave sp __________________________ do __________________ _ 1 -----------------. Y. 1 ________ Tex. 1 ____ ____ Tex. D. C. Nemapogon granella (Tineidae): Allium sativum (garlic) _______ Chile ___________________ _ Neoclytus cacicus ( Ceram hycidae): Guaiacum ojficinale (lignum-Guatemala _____________ _ vitae). 1 ------------------1 ----------------. Y. .Y. Tabebuia donnell-smithii (pri_____ do __________________ _ mav ra) 1 ----------------.Y.

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SERVICE AND REGULATO R Y A1 OUNCEMENTS 29 List of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1939, to June 30, 1940, inclusive-Continued [All findings marked with an asterisk indicate tate inspection] Pest and host Country of origin Number 0f interceptions in-0 0 rn 0 .... 0 w Collected in-----------1------------------------IN ECTS-continued Nesosteles incisu.s (Cicadellidae): Gardenia fiorida (Cape•jas • Mexico ................. . 1 . . . . . . . . . . _ . . . . . . . Tex. mine) . Neurocolpus mexica nus (M iridae): Zea mays (corn) ................... do ............................ . 1 .... Tex. Neuroctenus simplex (Aradidae) : Prosopis p. (mesquite) ........... do .................. . 1 .................. Tex. Nicobium castane.um (Anobiidae): Wood trip on trunk ......... Italy ............................. . 1 .... Nicobium hirtum (Anobiidae) : Mixed flowers ................ Mexico ........................... . 1 ....... . Nysiu.~ ericae (Lygaeidae): • Lactuca sativa ettuce) ............ do ............................ . 1 ....... . Nysius monticola (Lygaeidae): Brass1ca oleracea capitata (ca b ..... do ............................ . 1 ....... . baae) . Lactuca sativa ............... ...... do ............................ . 1 .... Leaf .............................. do ............................ . 1 Ochlerus notatulus (Pentatomi dae) : Odontoglossum crispum (or-Colombia .............. . chid) . Odonaspis pencillata (Coccidae) : Dendrocalamus merrillianu-s.. Philippines ............ . Oedancala dorsilinea ( L ygaeidae) : Ananas sativus (pineapple)... Cuba .................. . Ogdoecosta biannularis (Chrysa melidae): Mammillaria sp. (cactus)..... ~,fexico ................. . oss on orchid plant. ............. do .................. . Olethreutid: Acer palmatum (Japanese Japan . . ................ . maple). Acer palmatum atropurpur• ..... do .................. . eum. A mygdalus persica (peach)... Chile ................... . Amygdalus persica nectarina ..... do .................. . (nectarine). 1 ................. . 1 ................. . 1 -............. . 1 .... -....... . 1 1 ....... . 1 .............. 2 .... ....... . 7 Calluna ~ulgaris (heather) ... . co tlan d. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 . . . . . . . .. _ ... . Chrysanthemum sp .......... . 1: exico........... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 . . . . . .. . Citrus sinensis (orange) ...... . nion of outh Africa... ...... .... ...... .... 1 Crataegu.s p. (haw) ......... . J\fexico.................. ...... .... I ....... . Cupress-us p. (cypress ) ...... . Japan ................... .... ...... 1 ... . Dendrobium secundum (or• Thailand ................ 1 ....... . chid). . ~ Y. Tex. Ariz. Ariz.. Tex. Ariz. Calif.• D.C. La. Tex. Tex. Wash. Wash. . Y. .Y. ass. Tex. Pa. Tex. Wah. Calif.• Mimosa sp ................... Mexico.................. ...... .... 1 ........ Tex. Orchid ............................ do................... 1 .................. Tex. Phas eolus p. (string bean) ... _____ do............................. 1 ........ Ariz. Podocarpus macrophylla (yew Japan................... 5 .................. Wash. podocarpu ) . Prosopfa p. (mesquite) ..... . Prunu.s domestica (plum) .... . Rosa sp .. _ ................... . Tithonia rotundif olia ( fex• ican unflower) . :\1exico.................. 2 ....•......... Tex. Chile ... 2 .... ...... .... .... . Y. Briti h Columbia....... ...... 1 ...... .... .... Wash. Mexico.................. ...... .... 1 ........ Tex. Vaccinium sp. (blueberry)... ewfoundland ......... . 2 .... ...... .... .... Pa. Vicia sp. (vetch) ............. France ................. . 1 .................. ill. Oliarus concinnulu.s (Fulgoridae) : Leaf. ........................ Mexico ........................... . 1 ....... . Oligomeru-s brunneus (Anobii• dae): wood trip on trunk ......... Italy . ............................ . 1 ....... . Ophiomyia pinguis (.Agromyzi• dae): Cichorium intybu-s (witloof) ... Belgium ............... . Orchidophilu.s aterrimus (Curculionidae) : Vanda sanderiana (orchid).... Philippines. __ ......... . 81 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ... 1 ................. . Tex. . Y. Calif.

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30 BUREAU OF E~TOMOLOGY AND PLANT QUARANTINE List of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1939, to June 30, 1940, inclusive-Continued !All findings marked with an asterisk indicate State inspection] Pest and host Country of origin Number of interceptions in-0 0 Collected in--------------,-----------------------------INSECTS-continued Orchidophilus sp. (Curculioni dae): Cypripedium callosum (orThailand_---------chid). 1 -----Calif.* Dendrobium superbum (or-Philippines_---------______ 1 ______ ---chid). Eria obesa (orchid)_----------do ..• _--•1 ----Phalaenopsis aphrod : te (or--do_._---1 1 -----chid). Phalaenopsis schilleriana (or.•.. _do_-...... 1 --cbid). Orthaea bilobata (Lygaeidae): Fragaria sp. (strawberry)..... Mexico_-Orthaea servillei (Lygaeidae): Ananas sativus (pineapple) ___ --do ___ -•-'----1 --------1 ------Orthaea viricta (Lygaeidae): ' Orthe~~yp~:~i~~~al8i~~dae3":---do __ ~ .... Thunbergia sp._. _______ . _ ... . Jamaica ..•••.....•.......•.... Orthotylus virens (Miridae): Calluna tulgaris (heather). ___ Scotland ............. -t 1 -1 ----1 ----Pachnaeus litus ( Curculionidae): Brassica chinensis (white Cuba-.................. 1 ..•. ---greens). Litchi chinensis (lychee).-•... --do_ .••..•.......•.... Pachyzancla periusalis (Pyraustidae): Solanum melongena (egg•.... do ..•.....•.••..••... plant). Palaeopus costicollis (Curculioni-1 ------.... 1 ------Calif.* Calif.• • Calif.•, Hawaii.• Calif.* Tex. La. Tex. D. C. Mich. N. Y. N. Y. N. Y. dae): Capsicum annuum (pepper) __ Ipomoea batatas (sweetpotato) Cuba_-----------1 --------N. Y. Antigua, Jamaica, St. ---____ 2 -1 Mass., N. Y. Vincent. ' Pantomorus xanthographus (Cur culionidae): Packing around grapes _____ Argentina_ ........ 2 -------N.Y. Parallelodiplosis cattleyae (Cecidomyiidae): Brassavola deckeri (orchid) __ .. Calan Zone ...•••...••.. 1 -------------Hawaii.• Parlatoria camelliae (Coccidae): Camellia japonica (camellia)__ Japan_--42 18 --____ ____ Calif.•, Wash. Camellia sasanqua _______________ ._do ____ . __ .---.1 ____ ----Calif.* Parlatoria cineria (Coccidae): Citrus limonia (lemon)_-_ Trinidad _______ ---.. ___ . -_____ . _________ _ 1 2 Citrus sinensis (orange) ------Brazil, Palestine __ ----------Parlatoria crotonis (Coccidae): Codiaeum sp. (croton) ________ British Honduras, Cuba ------2 ----Laurus nobilis (Grecian lauCuba_-------------rel). 1 Parlatoria oleae (Coccidac): l,,falus sylvestris (apple)----_ Pru nus domestica (plum) ___ ._ Prunus sp. (ch erry) _________ _ Pyrus communis (pcar) __ ---Sorbus sp ____________________ _ Parlatoria pseudaspidiotus (Coe• cidae) Vanda lamellata (orchid)_-Vanda teres (orchid)_-----Greece, Italy------______ 1 5 ____ --Argentina_._ ...... ._.. 2 ... __ .. ______ . ___ _ Ita)y __ ----------_____ _ 1 ______ ---___ _ Greece_----_-----___ -__ .. _ 1 ____ . _ Italy __ -._ .•. ___ .. _-__ _ _ __ 1 _ --_________ _ Philippines __ -------------Philippines, Strait~ Set• ------tlements, Trinidad. Java, Philippines .....• ---2 1 -------4 1 --------Fla.• Fla.* Fla.• Fla.• N. Y. N. Y. D. C. N. Y. D.C. Calif.* Calif.*, Hawaii,• P.R. Calif.,• Hawaii.• Vanda sp. (orchid)-------Parlatoria theae (Coccidae): Actr sp -----------------Japan __ -----------1 ---________ D. C. Parlatoria ziziphus (Coccidae): Citrus grandis (grapefruit)____ China, Java, Taiwan. ___________________ --Citrus gra ndis (pomelo) Java ___ ------_----__ . _________________ .. Citrus limonia (lemon) ______ . , ltaly ___ ---------------____ ---------Citrus no'>ilis deliciosa (tan• _____ do------------------------1 4 1 1 1 Calif.,• Mass. Mass. Calif.• Fla.,• Mass. gerine). Citrus sinensis (orange) _______ Italy, Spain.-------------------____ 2 Fla.• Citrus SP.----------------Hawaii, Philippines..... 1 --1 ____ ____ Calif.•

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SERVICE ANTI REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS 31 List of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1939, to June 30, 1940, inclu sive-Continued [A.11 findings marked with an asterisk indicate State inspection] Pest and host Country of origin umber of interc~ptions in----,----,----.--~0 bl) a 0 C'ollected in--------------1---------------------------INSECTS-
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I 32 BUREAU OF ENTOMOLOGY AND PLANT QUARANTINE List of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1939 to June 30, 1940, inclusive-Continued [All findings marked with fill asterisk indicate State inspection] Pest and host INSECTS-Cl)Iltinn e d Phytomyza sp. (Agromizidae)-Continu ed. Chrysanthemum coronarium (garland chrysanthemum). Pisum satil.'um (pea) ________ _ Raphanus sati vus (r.:i.dish) ___ _ Senecio cruentus (rineraria) __ _ Pineus coloranden.c;is (Phylloxeri dael: Country of origin Number of intcrrrptions in(1) en bJl (l.) 0 . +" en bJl -bJl t:a (1) -~ bJ) ::, 0 C) p::i O' +" r:n ----Japnn __________________ . _ --------------------2 Collected in-Pa. Cuba___________________ 1 -------___ _ _ _ __ N. Y. Mexico__________________ 3 ----3 ________ Tex. Japan ___________________ -----____ ------3 ____ Wash. Pinus contorta (shore pine) ___ Canada __________________________ _ 1 --------Wash. Pinnaspis minor strachani (Coc-cidae): Genipa americana (genip) ____ _ Hibiscus sp _____________ __ . _ . 7amin sp ____________________ _ Pinnasris minor var. (Coccidae): Puerto Rico _____________ ----------Trinidad ________________ ---------Cuba ___________________ ------1 1 --------1 N. Y. P.R. D. C. Hura cr1:pitans (sandbox-Mexico __________________ ------1 -----____ ____ D. C. tree). Pinnaspis tnwnsr.ndi (Coccidae): Trichoglottis fJrach iata (orchid) Philippines ____________ _ Pityogfnes chalcographus (Scoly tid ae): 1 __________________ Hawaii.• AfJies sp. (fir)_ _ _ ______________ Norway _ _________________ ----------------1 ____ La. Pinus sp. (pine) ____ --------Finland, Sweden________ 2 ----------. ____ N. Y. Placosternu s rlifficilis (Ceramby-cidae): Prosopis sp. (mesquite) Mexico ____ ________________ _ --_ 1 ____ ____ Tex. Platynota rostrana (Tortricidae): Ananas satil:us (pineapple) ___ Cuba __________________ _ 9 ------------------La., N. Y. La.,N. Y. La., N. Y. Capsicum rtnnuum (pepper) _______ do __________________ _ L11copersicum esculentum _____ do __________________ _ (tomato). Platynota stultana (Tortricidae): 9 2 Begonia ep _ -----Mexico __________________ -------Capsicum annuum (pepper) _______ do___________________ 359 ---Lactuca satim (lettuce) ____________ do ____________________ -____ -__ Lyc opersicum esc-ulenlum (to_____ do___________________ 14 -2 -------3fi I 3 Ariz. Ariz., Tex. Tex. Ariz., Tex. mato). Pisum sativum (pea) ______________ do_ __________________ 1 ______________ ---Ariz. Portulaca sp. (pmslanc) ___________ do _________________________ ----I _______ _ Tex. Platynota 'lf'. (Tortricidae): .Amyqdalus persica nectarine. Chile ___________________ _ 3 -----------------(nectarine). Ananas satirus (pineapple) ___ Cuba_ _ _ ________________ 2 --------------___ _ Capsi cu m ann,uum (pepper). Cuba, Mexico ___________ . 177 ---Daucns carota (carrot) ________ _ Mexico __________________ -------La('.tuca sativa (lettuce) _ __________ do ___________________ --------Lycopersicum esculerttum (to-Cuba, Mexico___________ 13 -mato). 18 --------I --------1 2 N.Y. Lq. Ariz., Calif.~ N. Y., Tex. Tex. Tex. Ariz., La.~ Tex • . Mom:1rdica IJalsamin!l (bal1'viexico _________________ _ 1 ---sam :1pplr). Proso ;Jis sp. (me~quite). ___________ do _________________ _______ _ ----Ariz. 1 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ Tex. Platypus australis (Plat-n.1odidae): Cr yp toe a ry a pal mer stone Australia _______________ _ (Queensland walnut). Platypus rugulosus (Platypodi-dar): Anc.cardium rhino carpus ____ _ _ _ A nana1, sati1•us (pineappl e) . __ Tabeb11.ia donnell-smithii (primavera). Nicaragua ______________ _ Mexiro __ ______ _ ________ _ Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico, Panama, Salvador. 3 ------------------I --------------2 8 N.Y. N. Y. Tex. La.,N. Y. Pleuro phorus !>atesi (Scarabaeidae): Ananas sati11us ______________ Mexico________________________ _ _ _ _ 1 ________ Tex. Plinth•sus bre1•ipennis (Lygacidae): Fic'l.l' "P-----------------Italy____________________ 1 ____ ______________ Calif.• Pogonocheru, hispidulus (Ceramby-cida< ) . Ficus sp __________________ ________ _ do___________________ 1 -_ ____________ _ Calif.• Poliaspis pini (Coccidar): Pinus sp. (pine) _ _ _ ___________ Japan ___________________ -----____ ______ I --_ Pa.

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SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS 33 List of pests collected and repo rted from July 1, 1939, to June 30, 1940, inclus ive -Continued [All findings marked with an asterisk inrticate State inspection] Pest and host Country of origin Number of interceptions in-'@ Collected:in-------------1-----------------------------INSECTS-Continued Polychro sis hotruria (Olethreutidae): Vitis sp. (grape') _ _____________ Italy _____________________________ _ 1 -------N. Y. Prays endocarpa (Hyponomeutida('): Citrus grandi .(/ (pomelo) _______ Java ____________________ ----.... ______ ____ 1 Mass. Prodema latif'lscia ( Phalacnidae): Capsicum annuum (pepp<."r) . Mexico _________________ _ Lycopersicum esculent II m (to_. ___ do __________________ _ 1 _. __ .. _ ... _ .. _ . . . . Ariz. 1 __ .. . . _. _. _... _. _. Ariz. moto). Protopu/ 'Jinari a pyri _ lormis (Cocri dae): Gardenia fiorida (Cape-jas..... do __________________ _ 1 __________________ Tex. mine>). Psallus seriatus (Miridae): Da hli a sp _________________________ do ____________________________ _ Lathyru.c: odoratus (sweet pea). _____ do _________________________ ... . Pyrus com mun is (pear)_ ... __ .. __ ._do _____ . _ _ .. ________ .... __ .... . 7inni'lsp_ --. _____ _______ ______ do ____________________________ _ Pseudaonid ia clat1igera (Coccidae): Allamandablanchetii. _________ Hawaii__ _________________________ _ llibiscussp . ____ . _________ ___ ..... do___________________ ______ l Pseudaoni dia curculiginis (Coccidae): 1 .... ---1 1 1 1 ----1 Cymbidium finlaysonianum Philippines ... __________ ______ 2 _____________ _ (orchid). Grammatophyllum speciosum ..... do___________________ ______ l ______ ....... . (nr<'hiri) Pseudaonidia duplex (Coccidae): Camelliajaponica (camellia) __ Japan___________________ 1 ______________ ---Citrus aurantium (bitter ..... do ___________________________________ .... 1 orange). Citrus nobilis (king orangP-) ... _____ do___________________ ______ ____ ______ ____ 1 Citrus no!J1l1,S delzriosa (Man..... do___________________ 7 .... __________ ----
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34 BUREAU OF ENTOMOLOGY AND PLANT QUARANTINE List of pests collected and reported from Jitly 1, 1939, to June 30, 1940, inclu sive-Continued [All findings marked with an asterisk indicate State inspection] Pest and host Country of origin Number of intercepti0ns in-0 b.O 0 Collected in-------------------------------------------INSECTS-continued Pseudococc u s gahani (Coccidae): Mahonia nepalensis ___ _ _ ______ England______________________ 1 ______________ D. C. Pyriis communis (pear) Chile____________________ 1 ____ ______ ____ ____ N. Y. Pseudococcus kraunhiae (Cocci dae ) : Citrus a u rantifo!ia (lime) _____ Japan_______________________________________ 1 Calif.• Diospyros kaki (kaki persim_____ do _________________________________________ l Wash. moo). Pseudococcus lilacinus (Cocci-dae): Citrus grandis (pomelo) _______ Java________________________________________ 1 Mass. Dendrobiumschuetzei (orchid) _ Philippines_____________ 1 __________________ Hawaii.* Phalaenopsis aphrodite (or_____ do___________________ 1 __________________ Calif.* chid). Phalaenopsis cynthia (orchid) _____ .do___________________ 1 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ _ __ __ _ _ _ _ Calif.• Phalaenopsis schilleriana (or_____ do___________________ ______ 1 ______________ Calif.• chid). P.~eudoparlatoria ostreata (Coccidae): Garica papaya (papaya)______ Cuba __________________ _ 1 ____ ______ ____ ____ N. Y. Psila rosae (Psilidae ) : Daucus carota (carrot) _______ _ Psychid: En!?land, Finland, France., Ireland, Italy, Mexico, Netherlands, Scotland. 1 ----14 Ananas sativus (pineapple)___ Mexico__________________ 3 _ _ _______________ _ Banana debris _____________________ do ___________________ 1 _________________ _ Camellia japonica (camellia) _ _ Japan___________________ 1 _________________ _ Cattleya sp. (orchid) __________ Venezuela _______________ 1 _________________ _ Chrysanthemum sp _ __________ Japan___________________ _ _ ____ ____ ______ 1 ___ _ Cupressus sp. (cypress) ____________ do ___________________ ______ ____ ______ 1 ___ _ Euonymu s sp _ _ ___________________ _ do___________________ ____ ______ 1 ___ _ Lespedeza f ormosa alba ___ __________ do ___________________ 1 _ _ _ ______________ _ Portulaca sp. (purslane) ______ Mexico__________________ ______ ____ 1 ___ _ Prosopis sp. (mesquite) ____________ do ___________________ ____ 1 _____ _ _ _ Pyrus communis (pear) ___ ____ Arg entina_______________ 2 ____ _ ______ _ Tamarix gallica (French M exico__________________ ______ ____ 1 _______ _ tamarix). Ma.'>S., Tex. Tex. Tex. Wash. D. C. Wash. Wash. Wash. Wash. Tex. Tex. N.Y. Tex. Vitis sp. (grape)________ ___ ___ Argentina ______________ _ 1 ____ ______ ____ ____ N. Y. Psylliodes chrysocephala (Chry-som e lidae): Brassica oleracea botrytis (broccoli). Italy ______________ -----_ ---------Brass ica oleracea (cabbage). capitata _____ do ______________________________________ _ 2 .Y. 1 N.Y. N. Y., Brassica rapa (turnip) ____ ____ France, Italy, Morocco. ______ ____ ______ ____ 6 Ptinus japonicus (Ptinidae): Coryl u s americana (hazelnut) _ Canada. _________________________ _ 1 --------Ala., N. Y. Vt. Ptochoryctis tsugensis (Xylorycti-dae ): Pinus sp. (pine) ______ _ _______ Japan ____________________________ _ 1 --------Ptychopoda bonifata (Geometridae): Arachis hypogaea (peanut)___ _ Mexico ___________________________ _ 1 -------M e dicinal h erb ____________________ do ____________________________ _ 1 Ptychopoda sp. (Geometridae): H erb_ _ _______________________ Germany, Mexico_______ 2 _ _ _ _ _ _ 48 ____ ___ _ Lau r u s nobilis (Grecian Mexico __________________ ______ ____ 1 ____ ___ _ laure l). Tage tes fiorida (mari g old) ____ ______ do __________________ _ 4 ----26 -------N.Y. T e x. Tex. N. Y., Tex. T ex. Tex. Pulv i n aria fiocci f era ( Coccida e ) : Brassia gireoud e ana (orchid) __ Costa Rica______________ 1 ______________ D. C. Cypripedium sp. (orchid) ____ _ D e ndrobium sp. (orchid ) _ ____ _ Epidendrum myriant h u m (or chid). England, India, Trini-2 1 _ _ ____ ____ ____ D. C . , Wash dad. France__________________ 1 ____ ______ ____ ____ D. C. Costa Rica__ _ ___________ ______ 1 _ _____________ Calif.* Epid endrum vitellinum (orMexico _______________________ _ 1 --------------1 --------------Calif.• Calif.* chid ) . E p idendrum sp. (orchid) __________ do ________________________ _

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SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS 35 List of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1939, to June 30, 1940, inclus ive -Continued [All findings marked with an asterisk indicate State inspection] Number of interceptions in-Pest and ho5t Country or ori gin C) en Collerted in.... b.O C) 0 a:! .;, tfl b.O -b.O .... C) @ b.O ;.... .... 0 ::s ro C .;, 0 p::i O' U1 ------INSECTS-continued Puto barberi (Coccidae): Anthurium sp ________________ Trinidad________________ 1 __________________ P.R. Bromeliad __________ _______________ do___________________ ______ 2 ______________ D. C. Pycnod eres quadrimaculatus (Mi-ridae): Brassica chi nensis (white Cuba ___________________ _ 1 ---------------.Y. greens). ~ac tuca saliva (lettuce)_______ Mexico__________________ ______ ____ __ 3 ____ ____ Tex. Pyrausta nubilalis (P raustidae): Phaseolus sp. (string bean) ___ Japan__________________ ____ _________________ 3 Wash. Pyroderces sp. (Cosmopterygidae): Ananas sativus (pineapple) ___ Cuba____________________ 3 __________________ La. 7ea mays (corn) ______________ Mexico________________________ ____ 1 ________ Tex. Pyropus sapphirinus (Curculioni-dne) : Brassica sp. (mustard)_______ Cuba __________________ _ 1 ------------------Reuteroscop us uz idus (Iiridae): Ci trus sp _____________________ Puerto Rico ______________________ _ 1 --------Rhagol etis pomonella (Trypeti-dae): Crataegus sp_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ _ _ Mexico __________________________ _ 9 --------Malus sylvestris (appl e) ______ Canada, Mexico ________ _ ________ _ Rhagf}letis sp. (Trypetidae): 1 1 Cralaegus sp _ _ _ _ _ __ _ _ __ _ _ _ ___ Mexico __________________________ _ 1 -------Juglans niqra (black walnut) ______ do ___________________________ _ 3 Rhinacloa forticornis ( 1irictae): Celosia sp. (cockscomb)_ __________ do ___________________________ _ 1 ------.Y. N. Y. Ariz., Tex. . Y.,Tex. Tex. Ariz., Te.x.. Tex. Rhinocola ericae (Psyllidae): Calluna vulgaris (heather) ____ Ireland, Scotland_____________ 3 ______________ Mass., Mich. Rhipibruchus picturatus (Ilru cbidae): Proso1-is chilensis _____________ Chile_________________________ 1 ______________ Calif.• Ribuc.. innoxia (Phyciticiae): Ananas satiz'us (pineaople) ___ Cuba __________________ _ Ripersia 1-almarum (Coccidae): Cocos nnciJera (coconut)_ _____ Hawaii ________ ________ _ Scaphyto1Aus irroratus (Cicadel-18 ----------------1 ----------------La., Calif.* lidae): Lact uca sati v a (lettuce) _______ Mexico __________________________ _ 2 ________ Tex. &iaphilus muricatus (Curculi-onidae) : Forest litter and sphagnum Denmark ______________ _ 1 __________________ N. Y. moss. &irtothrips prosopis ('rbripidae): Pro . 'w~is p. (mesqui te) ______ Mexico __________________________ _ 1 ________ Tex. . Y. Setomorpha in ectella, (Tineidae): Amaryllis~p _________________ St. Kitts ______________________ 1 _______ ______ _ D ioscoreasp . (yam) __________ Tonga Island___________ 1 ________ _________ _ nossypium sp. (cottonseed) __ Mexico_______________________ ____ 1 _______ _ Lycopersicumesculentum (to_____ do__________________ 1 _________________ _ D.C. Hawaii.• Tex. Ariz. mato). Tagetes fforida (mari gold) __________ do ______________________ _ . ___ _ 1 ------Simv liu m viroatv m (Sim uliidae): Lactuca saliva (lettuce)_ _ _________ do ______________________ _ ____ _ 1 ------Sinoxylon c,:nale (Bostrichidae): Derris elliptica (tuba)_ _ ____ India _________________ _ _ 1 ----------------Sinoxylon conigeru.m (Bostrirhidae): Seryc..nia m e xicana (barbasco) _ Venezuela ______________ _ 1 ----------------Sisamnes cuntractus (Lygaeidae): A nan as satitus (pineapple)___ Mexico ________________ _ 1 -----------------Lf1copersicum esculentum (to_____ do _________________ _ 1 rnato). Sitona limosa (Curculionidae): Tex. Tex. . Y. N. Y. Tex. Ariz. C'ichorium endiria (chicory)___ Italy _____________________________ . ______ . _ _ _ 1 N. Y. Sitona lineata (Curculionidae): Brassica chinensis (Chinese cabbage) . etherlands _______________________________ _ 2 Pa. Sileonotus areolatus (Miridae): Lactuca satiM (lettuce)_______ Mexico __________________________ _ 3 ________ Tex.

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36 BUREAU OF ENTOMOLOGY AND PLANT QUARANTINE List of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1939, to June 30, 1940, inclu sive-Continued [All findings marked with an asterisk indicate State inspection] Number of interceptions inPest and host Country or origin 0 r: 0 ..... Collectrd in-------------------------------------------INSECTS-continued Sphaeridium bi1,ustulatum (Hyro pbilidae): Forest litter and sphagnum moss. Denmark ______________ _ 1 ____ ______ ____ ____ N. Y. Spi!o(lra1-,ha sp., possibly setesa (Trypetidac): Rosa spinosissima var_. _____ _ Canada ________________ -----1 ______ ____ ____ D. C. Stenoma anonella (8trnomidae): Annona muricata (soursop) __ _ Dutch Guiana _____________________ ------___ _ 1 Ala. Stenoma sp. (Stenomidae): Inga sp ______________________ _ Mexico__________________ ______ ____ 1 ____ ____ Ariz. Persea americana (avocado) _ _ Ecuador________________ ______ ____ ______ 1 N. Y. Stephan oder es gual emal ens is (Sco1ytidae): Fern ________________________ _ Stephanoderes hampei (Scolyti dae): Cof{ea sp ____________________ _ Sternochetus mangiferae (Cur cu!ionictae): Mexico __________________ ---------Angola, British East Africa. Brazil. Canada, Dutch East Indies, Java, Tanganyika. 5 lvf angifera indica (mango)____ HawaiL __________________________ _ Strophosoma melanogrammum (Curculionidac): 1 ____ ____ Tex. 1 ____ ____ ____ Minn., N. Y. 6 2 ____ Calli.• Forest litte r and sphagnum Denmark ______________ _ 1 ____ ______ ____ ____ N. Y. moss. Strophosoma rufipes (Curculioni daf\): Forest litter and sphagnum _____ do _________________ _ 1 ------------------N. Y. moss. Strymon critola (Lycaenidae): Lycopersicum tsculentum (toMexico _________________ _ 1 ------------------Ariz. mato). Sylepta silicalis (Pyraustidae): Gardenia jlorida (Cape-jas____ do ____________________________ _ mine). 1 ____ ____ Tex. Systena basalis (Chrysomelidae): Brassica chinensis (white Cuba __________________ _ 2 ------------------N. Y. N.Y. N. Y. greens). Brassica sp. (mustard). ___________ do _________________ _ 1 ------------------Capsicum annuum (pepper) _______ do _________________ _ 1 Taeniothrips atratus (Thripidae): Calluna vulgaris (heather)____ England, Scotland______ ______ 14 Lavandula sp. (lavender)_____ Canada.________________ ______ 1 Taeniothrips ericae (Tbripida.e): Callunrz vulgaris (brathf'r) ____ Germany, Scotland___________ 2 Taeniothrips fumosa (Tbripidae): Ornithogalum thyrsoides (chin-Union of South Africa ___ -------3 krricbec) . Taeniothrips hawaiiensis (Thripidae): Dioclea violacea (mauna loa) _ _ Hawaii_ __________________________ _ Ill., Mass., Mich. Minn., N. Y. Wasb. 2 ________ Ill., N. Y. ______________ N. Y. 1 ____ ____ Calif.• Taeniothrips simplex (Thripidae): Aster sp. _____________________ Mexico__________________ 1 __________________ Tex. CamPlliajaporuca (camellia) _ _____ _ do._________________ 1 __________________ Tex. Dianthus sp. (carnation)______ Guatemala, Honduras, ______ ____ 5 1 ____ La., Tex. Mexico. Gladiolus sp__________________ Australia, Canal Zone, Chile, Cuba, Guatemala, Jamaica, Mexico, New Zealand, Panama, Peru, Puerto Rico. 4 4 18 1 ____ Calif.,• D. O., Md., N. Y. Tex. Gypsophila paniculata (babysbrea tb). Mexico----------------~1 ____ ______ ____ ____ Tex. Iris sp _______________________ _ Mixed flowers _______________ _ Bermuda _________________________ _ Guatemala Mexico. _____________ _ 1 ____ ____ Va. 3 ____ ____ Tex.

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SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS 37 List of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1939, to June 30, 1940, inclus ive -Continued [All findings marked with an asterisk indicate State inspection] Pest and host INRECTs-con tin ued Taenioth rips simplex (ThripidaB) Conti nued. Orchid ______________________ _ Ornitho(]alum thyrsoides (chinkerichee) . Taenio thrips xanthius (Thripidae): Dendrobium formosum (o rchid). Taphrop eltus contractu., (Lygaeidae): Packing around rose cuttings_ Tapinoma melanocephalum (For• micirta e): Coula sp ___ . ________________ _ Targionia bromeliae (Cocridae) : Ananas sativus (pineapple) __ _ Targionia hartii (Coccidae): D ioscorea sp. (yam) _________ _ Targionia sacchari (Coccidae): Country of origin Number of interceptions in-(D en s-. b.O Q,) 0 a;! .... en b.O b.O s-. Q,) a b.O cd s-. s-. 0 a;! :;j .... 0 O' Ul ----Collected in-Mexico__________________ 2 ____ 1 ____ ____ Tex. Union of South Africa... 1 ______________ Hawaii.* Japan___________________ ______ 2 ______________ Hawaii.• France__________________ ______ 1 ______________ D. C. Panama ________________ _ Azores, Cuba __________ _ American Virgin Is lands, Antigua, Barb ados, Cuba, St. incent, Trinidad. 1 ____ ______ ____ ____ Tex. 2 1 ______________ Fla.,• M ass., .Y. 7 ----1 Fla.,• ass., . Y., P.R. Saccharum officinarum (sugar-Antigua, Cuba, Guate-_________ _ 2 1 _ _ _ _ F 1 a . , • M as s • , .Y. cane). mala. Teleonemia nigrina (Tingitidae): Antirrhinum majus (snap-Mexico ___________________________ _ dragon). 1 -------Tex. Teleonemia sorupulosa (Tingitidae): Gladiolus sp _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ ____ do ___________________________ _ 1 Tex. Temnoch ila meta llica (Ostomidae): Ananas srztivus (pineapple) ________ do _________________ _ 1 __________________ Tex. Tenth ecoris bicolor CM iridae): Cattleya gaskelliana (orchid) _ _ Venezuela.._______________ ______ ____ 1 _______ _ Cattleya gigas (orchid) ________ Colombia_______________ 1 _________________ _ Cattleya skinne ri (orchid) _____ Venezuela_______________ ______ ____ 1 _______ _ Catt leya sp. (orchid) _______________ do._________________ 4 _________________ _ Orchid_______________________ Honduras, Trinidad, 5 ____ 2 _______ _ Termes panamensis (Termitidae): Swieterzia maho()ani (mahogany). Tesserocerus dejeani (Platypodidae): Venezuela. Honduras ______________ _ 1 ----------------.Y. Calif.• r . Y. D.C. D. C., N. Y., P.R. . Y. Tabebnia donnell-smithii (pri ma vera). Guatemala, Honduras._ 2 ____ ______ ____ ____ La., N. Y. Tetral eurodes acaciae (Aleyrodi dae): Sophora secundifiora (mescal bean). Tetrale urodes ursorum (Aleyrodi dae): Epigaea repens (trailing arbutus) . Tetyra pinguis (Pentatomidae): Cattleya sp. (orchid) _________ _ Thrips angusticeps (Thripidae): Brass ica oleracea botrytis (cauli flower). Lactuca sativa (lettuce) ______ _ Lact uca saliva longifolia (Romaine lettuce). Thyreocoris scarabaeoides (Cydni dae): Forest litter and sphagnum moss. Tineid: Allium sativum (garlic) ______ _ Ananas sativus (pineapple) __ _ Garica papaya (papaya) _____ _ Mexico ___________________________ _ 1 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ Tex. Prince Edward Island__ _ ______ 1 ______ ____ ____ Mass. Brazil __________________ _ 1 ____ ______ ____ ____ Calif.• Greece_______________ _______________________ 1 Italy______ ______________ ______ ____ ______ ____ 1 France, Italy____________ ______ ____ ______ ____ 3 Denmark ______________ _ Chile, Italy ____________ _ Mexico _________________ _ Cuba, Dominican Republic, Jamaica, Mexico. 1 ---------------1 --------------2 2 1 3 . Y. .Y. .Y. N. Y. N. Y., Tex. Tex. Ariz., , Y.

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38 BUREAU OF ENTOMOLOGY AND PLANT QUARANTINE List of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1939, to June 30, 1940, inclusive -Continued [All findings marked with an asterisk indicate State inspection] Pest and host Country of origin Number of interceptions in-0 b.O 8 0 -..... ro en
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SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS 39 List of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1939, to June 30, 1940, inclusive-Continued [All findings marked with an asteri~k indicate State inspect:on] Pest and host Country of origin Number of interceptions in-0 bl) 0 Collected in-_____________ , ____________ -------------INSECTS-COD tin ued Traxus fulvus (Fulgoridae): Prosopis sp. (mesquite)______ Mexico __________________ ------__ __ 1 __ ____ ____ Tex. Trialeruodes varia (Aleyrodidae): Datura sp ________________________ do __________________ _ 1 ----------------Tex. Trionymus peregrinus (Coccidae): Amaryllis sp_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ _ _ _ _ Netherlands ____________ _ 1 -----------------D.C. Trionymus sacchari (Coccidae): Saccharum ojficinarum (sugar-Hawaii, Martinique, _________ _ 3 ____ ____ Calif.*, N. Y., cane). Mexico. Tex. Trioza alacris (Psyllidae): Laurus nobilis (Grecian laur e l). Trogoxylon prostomoides (Lyctida): England, Italy ____________________ _____ _ 2 ____ Mass., N. Y. Herb _______ __________________ Mexico ___________________________ _ 1 ________ Tex. Troilus luridus (Pentatomidae): Forest litter and sphagnum Denmark ______________ _ 1 _______________ ___ N. Y. moss. Tropistethus fasciatus (Lygaei-dae): Ficus sp ______________________ Italy ___________________ _ 1 __________________ Calif.* Trypetid: A mygdalus persica (peach) __ _ Cut flowers _________________ _ Lonicera sp __________________ _ Prnn us domestica (plum) __ __ _ Unidentified rhizome ________ _ Unidentified seed pod _______ _ vVisteria sp __________________ _ Zinnia sp ______ _____________ _ Tylococcus giff ardi (Coccidae): Union of South Africa.________ ____ ______ ____ 1 Mexico____________________________ 1 _______ _ Sweden_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 1 _________ . ___ _ Union of South Africa___ ______ ____ ____ _ _ ____ 1 Switzerland_____________ ______ 1 __________ ___ _ Mexico_________________ _ ______ ____ 1 _______ _ Japan___________________ 1 _________________ _ Mexico__________________ ______ ____ 1 _______ _ Mass. Tex. D. C. Mass. Ill. Tex. Wash. Tex. Pandanus sp ____ _ _ __________ American Samoa _ ________________ _ 1 ________ Hawaii.* Ulopa reticulata ( Cicadellidae): Calluna vulg aris (heather) ____ Scotland______________________ 1 ______________ Mich. Vanduzea laeta segmentata (Mem bracidae): Dianth1is sp. (carnation) _ __ _ Mexico ___________________________ _ 1 -------Tex. Tex. Prosopis sp. (mesquite) ___________ do ___________________________ _ 1 Vatissius diversus (Lygaeidae): Orchid _________ .___ _ _________ Guatemala __ • __________ _ 1 ---------------D. C. Vilga mex i cana (Coreidae): Orchid ______________________ Mexico _________________ _ 1 --------------D.C. Vinsonia stellifera (Coccidae): Achras sapota (sapodilla) ____ _ Catasetum sp. (orchid) ______ _ Lycaste sp. (orchid) _________ _ Mangiferaindica (mango) ____ _ Orchid ______________________ _ Stanhopea graveolens (orchid)_ Xyleborus c.ffinis (Scolytidae): A nan as sativus (pineapple) _ _ _ Tabehuia donn ell -smith ii (primavera). Xyleborus confusus (Scolytidae): Lycoversicum esculentum (tomato). Ochroma lagopus (balsa) _____ _ Solrinum melongena (eggplant). Tabebuia donnell-smithii (prima vera). Xyleborus fuscatiu1 (Scolytidae): Guaiacum offi,cinale (lignumvitae). Log _________________________ _ Tabebuia donnell-smithii (prima vera). Cuba____________________ ______ ____ 1 ____ ____ Fla.• Venezuela__ _ ______________________ 1 ________ D. C. South America__________ 1 __________________ Calif.* Cuba, Dominican Re-______ ____ 2 ________ N. Y. public. Dominican Republic, 1 2 ______________ D. C., P. R. Trinidad. Trinidad _________________________ _ 1 ________ P.R. Mexico __________________ 1 ------------Tex. Guatemala, Mexico _____ 2 -----------------N. Y. Mexico __________________ 1 -----------------Ariz. Ecuador ________________ 1 ----------------N. Y. Cuba ___________________ 1 ------------------N. Y. Mexico __________________ 3 -----------------N. Y. Nicaragua _______________ 1 ------------------N. Y. Dutch West Indies ______ 1 -----------------N. Y. Guatemala, Mexico _____ 2 -----------------N. Y.

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40 BUREAU OF ENTOMOLOGY AND PLANT QUARANTINE' List of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1939, to June 30, 1940, inclusive-Continued [All findings marked with an asterisk indicate State inspection] Number of interceptions in-Pest and host Country of origin Q) {/) Collected in1,-,. bJl Q;) 0 ..., {/) bJl -bJl 1,-,. Q;) 1,-,. ..... bJl "' 1,-,. ::s 0 0 p:i O' ..., w. -------INSECTS-continued Xyleborus kraatzi (Scolytidae): Cryptocarya palmerstoni Australia ________________ 1 ------------------N. Y. (Queensland walnut). Xyleborus propinquus (Scolytidae): Anacrtrdium rhinocarpus ______ Nicaragua _______________ 1 ------------------N. Y. Cedrela odorata (cigarbox_____ do ___________________ 1 ------------------N.Y. cedar). Tabebui'l donnell-smithii (pri-Guatemala, Salvador ____ 4 ------------------N. Y. mavera). Xylehorus torquatus (Scolytidae): Tabebuia donnell-smithii _____ Mexico __________________ 1 ----------------N. Y. Zabrotes subfrcsciatus (Bruchidae): Ananas sativus (pineapple) ___ _____ do ___________________ 3 ----10 -------Tex. Antirrhinum majus (snap-_____ do ___________________ ----------1 --------Ariz. dragon). Bean _________________________ Cuba, Mexico ___________ ------1 58 --------D. C., Tex. Capsicum annuum (pepper)_ Mexico __________________ 1 -----------------Ariz. Chrysanthemum sp ___________ _____ do ___________________ ---------4 -------Tex. Phys alis sp. (husk tomato) ___ _____ do ___________________ ----------2 --------Tex. Pisum sativum (pea) __________ _____ do ___________________ ----------1 --------Tex. Taqetes sp. (marigold) ________ _____ do ___________________ ----------1 --------Tex. "'Viqna sinensis (rowpea) ______ BraziL __________________ 1 ------------------N. Y. Zophoba'I morio (Tcnebrionidae): Cattleya sp. (orchid) _________ Colombia, Venezuela ____ 4 ------------------D. C. Hosts and insects ABIES: AMYGDALUS PERSICA-Continued. Pityoqenes chalcographus (Coleoptera). Co11otrache lus sp., possibly nenuphar (Coleoptera). Grapholitha sp., probably molest a (Lepidoptera). Grapholitha sp . (Lepidoptera). ACACIA: Acanthoscelid e s dominicanus (Coleoptera). Acanthoscelid e s spi11ipe s (Coleoptera). ACER: Oletbre u t id (Lcpidoptera). Parlatoria theae (Homoptera). ACHRAS: Anastrepha serpentina (Diptera). A nastr e pha sp. (Diptera). Conotrachelus sp. (Coleoptera) . Vin sonia stellifera (H omoptera). AGAVE: Neella genercsa (Hemiptera). AGLAONEMA: Endrosis lacteella (Lepidoptera). ALLAMANDA: P seudaonidia cla1;iqera (Homoptera). ALLIUM CEP A: Eumerus sp. (Diptera). F1 anklini ella w illiamsi (Tbysanoptera). ALLIUM PORRUM: Acrol epi a assecte lla (Lepidoptera). Agromyza s p. (Diptera). ALLIUM SATIVUM: Lophocat eres pusillus (Colcoptera). N e mapoqon granella (Lepidoptera). Tineid (Lepidoptera). ALOPECURUS: Agromyza sp. (Diptera). AMARYLLIS: S e tomorpha insect e lla (Lepidoptera). Tlionymus p e r eqrinus (Homoptera). AMYGDALUS COMMU IS: J,.,fyelois cerato11iae (Lepidoptera). AMYGDAL S PERSICA: A nastrepha frat e rculus (D iptera). A nastrepha lude11s (Diptera). Anastr epha sp. (Diptera). Olethreutid (Lepidoptera). Trypetid (Diptcra). AMYGDALUS PERSICA NECTARINA: Megalometis chiliensis (Coleoptera). Olethreutid (Lepidoptera). Platynota sp. (Lepidoptera). Tortricid (Lepidoptera). ANACARDIUM: Conotrachelus sp. (Coleoptera). Platyp us rugulosus (Coleoptera). Xylebor us propinquus (Coleoptera). ANANAS: Alpl>eias conspirata (Lepidoptera). Alp.~eias sp. (Lepidoptera ) Dra eculacephala portola (Homoptera). Metamasius hemipt eru s (Coleoptc ra) M e tamasius s erice us (Coleopte.ra). O edancala dorsilinea (Hemiptera). Orthaea serv ill e i (Hern iptera) Pha edon conji nis (Coleoptera) . Phyllophaga analis ( Coleoptera). Physo nota attenuata (Coleoptera). Platynota rostrana (Lepidoptera). Platynota sp. (Lepidoptera) Platyp us rugulosus (Coleoptera). Pleurophorus bate si (Coleoptera). Psych id (Lepidoptera). Pyrod erces sp. (Lepidoptera). Ribua innoxia (Lepidoptera ). Sisamn e s contractus (Hemiptera). Targ ionia bromeliae ( omopter a) . T emnochila metallica (Coleoptera). 'J'ineid (Lepidoptera) . Xyleborus affi,nis (Coleoptera). :Zabrotes subfasciatus (Coleoptera).

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SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS 41 Hosts and insects-Continued A.NDROPOGO : Chilo sp. (Lepidoptera). A .,. -o TA: Aspidiotus herculeanus (Homoptera) . Stenoma ano mella (Lepidoptera). A TBuRI"C i: A naphothrips orchidii (Thysanoptera). Ceroplastes rubens (Homoptera) . Puto barberi (Bomoptera) . AN TIRRHIK -1: Allocoris incognita (Hemiptera). A llocoris interupta (Hemiptera). Autographa sp. (Lepidoptera) . Corizus sidae (Bemiptera). Cyrtop eltis t enuis (Herr.iptera). Franl :liniella fortissima (Thysanoptera) . Fran/;lini ella insularis (Tbysanoptera). Haplothrips gou;deyi (Thysanoptera). Kurtomathrips sp., close to morrilli (Thysanoptera). Teleonemia nigrina (Hemiptera). 7abrotes subfasciatus (Coleoptera). APIUM: Agromyza sp. (Diptera). Autographa sp. (Lepidoptera). ARA HI: Ptychopoda bonif ata (Lepidoptera). AREGELIA: Gymnaspis aechmeae (Homoptera). A.STER: Haplothrips gowdeyi (Thysanoptera). Leucopoecila albofasciata (Hemiptera). Taeniothrips simplex (Thysanoptera). A.STILBE: Brachyrhinus sp. ( Coleoptera). AZALEA: Amphorophora azaleae (Homoptera). Brach yrhinus p orcatus ( oleoptera). Frankli niella tenuicomis (Thysanoptera). Haplothrips subtilissimus (Tbysanoptera). Pseudaon idia paeoniaie (Homoptera) . BA A~A DEBRI : Metamasius sericeus (Coleoptera). Psychid (Lepidoptera) . BEAK: Callosobr uchus chinensis (Coleoptera). Marmara sp. (Lepidoptera). 7abrotes subfasciatus (Coleoptera). BEGO ~rA: Platynota stultana ( Lepidoptera). BE I CA A: Diaphania sp. (Lepidoptera). Phyllotreta vittata discedens (Coleoptera) . BETA V LGARI : Draster ia cribratus (Coleopte ra ) . Empoasca solana (Homoptera). BETA VULGAR! CICLA: Autographa sp. ( Lepidoptera) . Empoasca solana (Homoptera) . Tortricid ( Lepidoptera). BIS ARCKIA: Halimococcus lampas (Homoptera). BOLU A TH : Caryedo n sp. (Coleoptera). BOUGAI ILLEA: Leptod ictya plana ( Hemiptera) . BRA AVOLA-ee Orcbidaceae. BRAS IA-ee Orchidaceae. BRA ICA CAMPES'I RIS: Ceutorhynchus sp. ( Coleoptera). BRAS IC.A. CHIXE I : Agromyza sp. (Diptera) . Ascia monuste ( Lepidoptera) . Autographa sp. ( L epidoptera). Cymoninus notabilis (Hemiptera) . Cyrtopeltis tenuis (Hemiptera). Epilachna t:arivestis ( Coleoptera). Frankli nothrips tespiformis (Thysanoptera). Hellula phidilealis (Lepidoptera). Hercothr ips phaseoli (Thysanoptera). Hortensia similis (Homoptera) L iriomyza fiaveola (Diptera) . Pachnaeus litus (Coleoptera) . Photinus nefarius (Coleopte r a) . Phyllot reta l'ittata discedens (Coleoptera). Phytomyza sp. (Diptera). Pycnoderes quadrimaculatus (Hemiptera). Sitona lineata (Coleoptera). BRA IC A CHI E SI -Continued. Systena tasalis ( Coleoptera). BRA ICA OLERA EA ACEPHALA: Phytomyza sp. (Diptera). BRA SICA OLERACEA BOTRYTIS: Agromyza sp. (Diptera). Autographa ~p. (Lepidoptera). Barathra brassicae ( Lepidoptera). Ceutorhynchus quadridens (Coleoptera). Ceutorhynchus sp. (Coleoptera). Phytom yza sp. (Diptera). Psylliodes c-hrysocephala (Coleoptera). Thrips angusticeps (Thysanoptera). BRAS, ICA OLERACEA CAPITATA: Acmaeodera tubulus ( C'oleoptera). Agromyza sp. (Diptera). Autographa sp. (Lepidoptera). Barathra brassicae (Lepidoptera). Ceutorhynchus sp., possibly rapae (Coleoptera). Ceutorhy nchus sp. ( Coleoptera). Forficula auricularia (Ortboptera). Jschnorhynchus ericae (Hemiptera). Nysius monticola (Hemiptera). Phytomyza. p. (Diptera). Psylliodes chrysocephala (Coleoptera). BRA "'ICA OLERACEA GEMMIFERA: Phyllotreta undulata (Coleoptera) . BRA ICA RAP A: Agromyza sp. (Diptera). Autographa sp. ( Lepidoptera). Ceutorhynchus pleurostigma (Coleoptera). Ceutorhynchu.~ sp. (Coleoptera). Hellula undalis ( Lepidoptera). Phytomyza sp. (Diptera) . Psylliodes chrysocephala (Coleoptera). BRA ICA P. (mustard ): Agromyza sp. (Diptera) . Ascia monuste (Lepidoptera) . Autographa sp. (Lepidoptera). Cyrtopeltis tenuis (Hemiptera). Diaphania sp. (Lepidoptera). Dikraneura cockerelli (Homoptera). Epilachna varivestis (Coleoptera). Franklinothrips vespiformis (Thysanoptera). Hellula phidilealis ( L epi doptera). Lygus elisus (Herniptera). abis alternata (Hemiptera). Phyllotr eta vittata discedens (Co leoptera) . Phytomyza sp. (Diptera) . Pyropus sapphirinus (Coleoptera) . ystena basalis (Coleoptera) . BRA ICA P. Phytomyza sp. (Diptera). BROMELIAD: Castnia sp. (Lepidoptera). Puto barberi (Homoptera) . BROW EA: Dercynus micronyx
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42 BUREAU OF ENTOMOLOGY AND PLANT QUARANTINE Hosts and insects-Continued CAMELLIA: Anaphothrips orchidaceus (Thysanoptera). Aspidiotus destructor (Homoptera). Ceroplastes rubens (Homoptera). Chrysomphalus dictyospermi var. (Homoptera). Lepidosaphes camelliae (Homoptera). Parlatoria camelliae (Homoptera). Pseudaonidia duplex (Homoptera). Pseudaonidia paeoniae (Homoptera). Psychid (Lepidoptera). Taeniothrips simplex (Thysanoptera). CANAVALIA: Cosmolyce boeticus (Lepidoptera). Maruca testulalis (Lepidoptera). CAPSICUM: Agromyz a sp. (Diptera). Arvelius albopunctatus (Hemiptera). Ataenius terminal is ( Coleoptera). A utographa sp. (Lepidoptera). Ceratitis capitata (Diptera). . Exptochiomera oblonga (Hemiptera). Faustinus c11,bae (Coleoptera). Franklinothrips vespiformis (Thysanoptera). Gnorimoschema gudmannella (Lepidoptera). Keiferia lycopersicella (Lepidoptera). Lorita abornana (Lepidoptera). Lygaeus pulchellus (Hemiptera). Marmara sp., near opuntiella (Lepidoptera). Marmara sp. (Lepidoptera). Palaeopus costicollis (Coleoptera). Platynota rostrana (Lepidoptera). Platynota stultana (Lepidoptera). Platynota sp. (Lepidoptera). Prodenia latif ascia (Lepidoptera). Pseudaonidia tesserata (Homoptera). Systena basalis ( Coleoptera). Tortricid (Lepidoptera). 7abrotes subfasciatus (Coleoptera). CARICA: Aspidiotus destructor (Homoptera). Pseudoparlatoria ostreata (Homoptera). Tineid (Lepidoptera). CASIMIROA: A nastrepha ludens (Diptera). CASSIA: A mblycerus nigromarginatus (Coleoptera). Phelomerus aberrans ( Coleoptera). CASTANEA: Curculio sp.(Coleoptera). Laspeyresia splendana (Lepidoptera). CAT ASE TUM-See Orchidaceae. CATTLEY A-See Orchidaceae. CEDRELA: X y leborus propinquus ( Coleoptera). CEDRUS: Hypsipyla grandella (Lepidoptera). CELOSIA: Haplothrips gowdeyi (Thysanoptera). Rhinacloa for ti corn is (Hemiptera). CENT AUREA: Frankliniella williamsi (Thysanoptera). CEPHALOCEREUS-See Cactaceae. CHENOPODIUM: Delphacodes campestris (Homoptera). CHRYSANTHEMUM: Aeolothrips duvali (Thysanoptera). By thoscopus mis el lus (Homoptera). Ceratocapsus punctulatus (Hemiptera). Frankliniella cephalica (Tbysanoptera). Franklini e lla f ortissima (Thysanoptera). Franklinie.l la insularis (Tbysanoptera). Frankliniella wil liamsi (Tbysanoptera). Haplothrips gowdeyi (Tbysanoptera). Homoeosoma electellum (Lepidoptera). Myzus ornatus (Homoptera). Olethreutid (Lepidoptera). Phytomyza sp. (Diptera). Psych id (Lepidoptera). Tortricid (Lepidoptera). Zabrotes sub fa sciatus (Coleoptera). CHRYSOPHYLLUM: Aastrepha sp., probably serpentina (Diptera). Anastrep ha sp. (Diptera). CICER: Callosobruchus analis (Coleoptera). CICHORIUM: Agromyza pinguis (Diptera). Creontiades pallidus (Hemiptera). Napomyza lateralis (Diptera). Sitona limosa ( Coleoptera). CITRUS AURANTIFOLIA: Aleurocanthus woglumi (Homoptera). Aonidiel la comperei (Homoptera). Marmara sp. (Lepidoptera). Pseudococcus kraunhiae (Homoptera) . Tortricid (Lepidoptera). CITRUS AURANTIUM: A nastrepha ludens (D iptera). Ceratitis capitata (Diptera). Pseudaonidia duplex (Homoptera). CITRUS GRANDIS: Anastrepha ludens (Diptera). Anastrepha sp., probably fraterculus (Diptera). Anastrepha sp. (Diptera). Ceratitis sp. (Diptera). Chrysomphalus personatus (Homoptera). Parlatoria ziziphus (Homoptera.) Prays endocarpa (Lepidoptera). Pseudaonidia trilobitiformis (Homoptera). Pseudococcus lilacinus (Homoptera). CITRUS LIMETTA: Aleurocanthus woglumi (Homoptera). A nastrepha ludens (Diptera). CITRUS LIMONIA: Aleurocanthus woglumi (Homoptera). Chrysomphalus personatus (Homoptera). Leucaspis cockerelli (Homoptera). Parlatoria cineria (Homoptera). Parlatoria ziziphus (Homoptera). Pseudococcus citriculus (Homoptera). CITRUS LIMONIA PONDEROSA: A nastrepha ludens (Diptera). CITRUS NOBILIS: Chionaspis yanonensis (Homoptera). Pseudaonidia duplex (Homoptera). CITRUS NOBILIS DELICIOSA: A nastrepha ludens (Diptera). Ceratitis capitata (Diptera). Chionaspis yanonensis (Homoptera). Parlatoria ziziphus (Homoptera). Pseudaonidia duplex (Homoptera). Tortricid (Lepidoptera). CITRUS SINENSIS: Aleurocanthus woglumi (Homoptera). A nastrepha ludens (D iptera). Anastrepha serpentina (Diptera). A nastrepha sp. (Diptera). Ceratitis capitata (Diptera). Chionaspis yanonensis (Homoptera). Chrysomphalus personatus (Homoptera). Coccus viridis (Homoptera). Eumecosomyia nubila (Diptera). Marmara sp. (Lepidoptera). Myelois venipars (Lepidoptera). Myelois sp. (Lepidoptera). Olethreutid (Lepidoptera). Parlatoria cinerea (Homoptera). Parlatoria zi ziphus (Homoptera). Pseudaonidia duplex (Homoptera). Pseu dococcus citriculus (Homoptera). CITRUS SINENSIS JU OS: Pseudaonidia duplex (Homoptera). CITRUS SP.: Parlatoria ziziphus (Homoptera). Reuteroscopus uvidus (Hemiptera). COCHLOSPERMUM: Frankliniella cephalica (Thysanoptera). COCOS: Aspidiotus coryphae (Homoptera). Aspidiotus d e structor (Homoptera). Cocotrypes bassiaeverus (Coleoptera). Corcyra cephalonica (Lepidoptera). Diocalandra taitensis (Coleoptera). Ripe rs i a palmarum (Homoptera). CODIAEUM: Aleuroplatus mammaeferus (Homoptera). Lepidosaph e s auriculata (Homoptera). Lepidosap hes lasianthi (Homoptera). Parlatoria crotonis (Homoptera).

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SERVICE A.l"'\D REGULATORY AN OUXCEMENTS 43 COFFEA: Hosts and insects-Continued DIO COREA: Cerati.tis capilata (Diptera). Coccus viridis (Homoptera). Leucoptera cojf eella (Lepidoptera). ephanoderes hampei (Coleoptera) . CORDEA XIA: Caryedan sp. (Coleoptera). CORIA--DRU::\I: Aoromyza sp. (Diptera). Autoorapha sp. (Lepidoptera). CORYL : Ptinus japanicus (Coleoptera). CO LA: Tapinoma melanocephalum (Hymenoptera). CRAT.A.EG"'G : 0 lethreutid (Lepidoptera). Rhagoletis pomonella (Diptera). Rhagoletis sp. (Diptera). CROC : Tineid (Lepidoptera). CRYPTOC.A.RY A: Platypus australis (Coleoptera) . Xyleborus Jcraatzi (Coleoptera). CUC ::\II : Diaphania sp. (Lepidoptera). C C RBIT A :MAXL\IA: Diaphania sp. (Lepidoptera). Geocoris sonoraensis ( Hem.iptera). Lygaeus lateral is ( Coleoptera). M onotoma centralis ( Coleoptera). C C REITA PEPO: Dae-us sp. (Diptera). C PRE -: 0lethreutid (Lepidoptera). Psychid (Lepidoptera). CYCA : Coptotermes formosanus (Isoptera). CYDO_-lA: Anastrepha ludens (Diptera). Anastrepha sp. (Diptera). Conotrachelus fiavangulus (Coleoptera). Grapholitha sp. (Lepidoptera). Myelois sp. (Lepidoptera). CY~IBIDIU::\1-...,ee Orchidaceae. CYXARA: Agriotes sp. (Coleoptera). Anuraphis cynariella (Homoptera). CYPRIPEDfu:\-1ee Orchidaceae. CYTI : Bruchidius liuidimanus retamae (Coleoptera). Bruchidius uillosus (Co leoptera). DAHLIA: Conotrachelus leucophaeatus (Coleoptera). Frankliniella f ortissima (Thysanoptera). Frankliniella insularis (Thysanoptera) . Iridomyrmex humilis (Hymenoptera). Psallus seriatus (Hemiptera). DAI Y: Aeolothrips dur:ali (Tbysanoptera). Amorbia emigratella (Lepidoptera). Fra nkliniella cep alica (Thy anoptera). Frankliniella fortissima (Thysanoptera). DAT -RA: Trialeurodes -r:aria (Homoptera). DA Ct; Aoromyza p. (Diptera). Allocori incognita (IT emiptera). Pla tynota sp. (Lepidoptera). P sila rosae (Diptera). DELPHL Tu::\I: Brochymena sulcrzta (Hemiptera). DE_ -DR OBI"G~I-..:ee Orchidaceae. DEXDROCALA~I : O donaspis pencillata (Homoptera) . DERR!: Dinoderu.s bifareolatus (Coleoptera). inoxylon anale (Coleoptera). DIAXTH : Cyrtopeltis tenui (Hemiptera). Franl:liniella fortissima (Thy anoptera). Frankliniella melanommatus (Thysanoptera). Haplothrips oowdeyi (Thy anoptera). Taeniothrips simplex (Thysanoptera). Van du -ea lacta seomentata (Homopt~ra). DIOCLEA: Cosmolyce boeticus (Lepidoptera). Maruca testulalis (Lepidoptera). Taeniot hrips ha.waiienm (Thysanoptera). Leptostylus testaceus (Coleopte ra). etomorpha insectella (Lepi optera) . Targionia hartii (Homoptera). DIO PYRO : Lepidosaphes conchiformis (Homoptera). P seudm:,nidia duple.x (Homoptera). Pseiufococcus kraunhiae (Homoptera). ECHEYERIA: A naphothrips secticorni-8 (Thysanoptera). E_ -cEPHALARTO : Antliarhinus zamiae (Coleoptera) . Diaspis zamiae (Homoptera). EPIDE_ -DR"l,;).fee Orchidaceae. EPIGAE.c\.: Tetra leurodes ursorum (Homoptera). ERIA-...,ee Orchidaoeae. ERIGERO--: Hofmannophila pe.mdospretella (Lepidoptera). ECGE_ -IA: Conotra.:helus sp. ( Col eoptera). Curculio sp. (Coleoptera). Pseudaonidia trilobitif ormi.s (Hornoptera). E O_ -Y::\I"G : Adoxophyes pricatana (Lepidoptera). Aphis rumicis (Homoptera). P ychid (Lepidoptera). E"'GPHORBL.\.: Asterolecanium stentae (Homoptera). FER_-: epha noderes gu-0temalensis ( Coleoptera). FIC : Acalypta parvula (Hemiptera). Ceroplastes rusci (Homoptera). Gynaikothrips uzeli (Thy noptera). Hypoborus ficus ( Coleoptera ) . Lepidosaphes ficus (Homoptera). Mecinus circula.tus (Coleoptera). Plinthi~us bredpennis (Hem.ipte ra) Pogonocherus hispidulus ( Coleoptera). Tropistethus Jasciatus (Hemiptera). FRAGA.RIA: Orthaea bilobata (Hemiptera). FRAXL: Hylesinus fraxini (Coleoptera). Leperisinu.~ fraxini (Coleoptera). GA.LA--TH ,..,: ~ferodon p. (Diptera). GARDE_ -IA: Aleurodicu.s manni (Thysa.noptera) . A morbia emigratella (Lepidoptera). A utographa p. (Lepidoptera). Chirothrips fal us (Thysanoptera). Coccus ~ridis (Homoptera) . Empoasca solana (Homoptera). Euryopthalmus cinctus (Hemiptera). Haplothrips goudeyi (Thy anoptera). I ochaetothrips p. (Thy anoptera). -esostele incisu.s (Homoptera). Protopulrinaria pyriformis (H omoptera). ylepta silica Lis (Lepidoptera). Tortricid (Lepidoptera ). GE_ -IPA: Pinna pis minor strachani (Homoptera). GE_;-J TA: Bruchidius r:illosu.s ( Coleoptera). GERBERIA; Frankliniella melanommatus (Thysanoptera). Haplothrip gowdeyi (Thy anoptera). GLADIOL-C : Frankliniell-0 insularis (Thysanoptera). Taeniothrip simplex (Thy anoptera). Teleonema sorupulosa (Hemiptera). G--APHALI"G~I: Dinoderu bifor:eol-atus ( Coleoptera). GO YPI"G~I: Bucc-ulatrix p., probably thurberiella (Lepidopera). Corcyra cephalonica (Lepidoptera) . Pectinophora gos ypiella (Lepidopt ra) . etomorpha insectella (Lepidoptera). G RA~I~L\. TOPHYLL ~1ee Orchidaceae. G REYILLE_-\.: Brontes aw~tralis ( Coleoptera). G -AIAC ~I: Lae mophlo u.s iterat.us ( Coleoptera). -eoclytu cacicus ( Coleoptera). Xyleborus fuscatus ( Coleop era) .

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44 BUREAU OF ENTOMOLOGY AND PLANT QUARANTINE ' Ho:sts and insects-Continued GUILIELMA: Asterolecanium urchi (Homoptera). GYP8OPHILA: Taeniothrips simplex (Thysanoptera). HAWORTHIA: Chionaspis humilis (Homoptera). HEDYSARUM: Bruchidius gilvus (Coleoptera). HELIANTHUS: Agromyza sp. (Diptera). HELICONIA: Cephaloleia pretiosa (Coleoptera). Dactylosternum centrale (Coleoptera). Fulvius quadristellatus (Hemiptera). HELIOTROPIUM: Cyrtopeltis varians (Hemiptera). HEMEROCALLIS: Myzus hemerocallis (Homoptera). HERB: Agromyza sp. (Diptera). A mphicerus cornutus (Coleoptera). Frankliniella williamsi (Thysanoptera). Orthaea vi net a (Hemiptera). Ptychopoda bonif ata (Lepidoptera). Ptychopoda sp. (Lepidoptera). Tine id (Lepidoptera). Trogoxylon prostomoides (Coleoptera). HIBISCUS ESCULENTUS: Crocidosema plebeia na (Lepidoptera). Pectinophora gossypietla (Lepidoptera). HIBISCUS SP. C'rocidosema plebeiana (Lepidoptera). Pinnaspis minor strachani (Homoptera). Pseudaonidia clavigera (Homoptera). Pseudaonidia tesserata (Homoptera). HICORIA: Curculio sp. (Coleoptera). HOLCUS SORGHUM: Peregrinus maidis (Homoptera). HOLMSKIOLDIA: Pseudaonidia tesserata (Homoptera). HURA: Pinnaspis minor var. (Homoptera). HY ACINTHUS: Merodon sp. (Diptera). ILEX: 'I'ortricid (Lepidoptera). INGA: A nastrepha distincta (Diptera). Conotrachelus sp. (Coleoptera). Stenoma sp. (Lepidoptera). IPOMOEA: Cyl-ts femoralis (Coleoptera). Cylfls formira.rius (Coleoptera). Cylas puncticollis (ColE>optera). Euscepes postfasciatus (C'oleoptera). Megacerus alternatus (Coleoptera). Palaeopus costicollis ( Coleoptera). IRIS: Agromyza sp. (DiptNa). Hofmannophila pseu , dospretella (Lepidoptera). Taeniothrips simplex (Tbysanoptera). IXORA: Coccus viridis (Homoptera). JASMINUM: Haplothrips gowdeyi (Thysanoptera). JUGLANS: RhagolPtis sp. (Diptera). JUNIPERUS: . Diaspis visci (HomoptPra). Tortricid (Lepidoptera). LABURNUM: Bruchidius villosus ( Coleoptera). LAC'I'UCA: Agallia producta (Homoptera). Agromyza sp. (Diptera). Allocoris incog11,ita (Hemiptera). AmphiceT1.1,s cornut us (Col eop tera). Anacentrinus blanditus (CoJ(\optera). Autographa sp. ~Lepidoptera) . Baldulus elimatus (Homoptera). Cerato capsu s punctulatus (Hemiptera). Ceutorhynchus sp. ( ol optera). Corizus sidae (Hemipt ra). Draecula cephala minerv a (Romoptera). Empoasca abrupta (Homoptera). Empoasca solana (Homopte ra). Eumecosomyia nubila (Diptera). LACTUCA-Continued. Frankliniella williamsi (Thysanoptera). Leucopoecila albo(asciata (Hemiptera). Ligyrocoris setosus (Hemiptera). Lygaeus vittiscutis (Hemiptera). Lygu~ sallei (Hemiptera). Marrosteles divisus (Homoptera). Nabis alternata (Hemiptera). Nabis angustatus (Hemiptera). Nysius ericae (Hemiptera). Nysius monticola (Hemiptera). Platynota stultana (Lepidoptera). Platynota sp. (Lepidoptera). Pycnoderes quadrimaculatus (Hemiptera). Scaphytopius irroratus (Homoptera). Simulium 11irgatum (Diptera). Sixeonotus areolatus (Hemiptera). Thrips anqnsticeps (Thysanoptera). Tortricid (Lepidoptera). LAELIA-See Orchidaceae. LAGERSTROEMIA: Coccus viridis (Homoptera). LATHYRUS: Bruchus affi.nis (Coleoptera). Frankliniella cubensis (Tbysanoptera). Haplothrips gowdeyi (Tbysanoptera). Psallus seriatus (Hemiptera). LAURUS: Parlatoria crotonis (Homoptera). Ptychopoda sp. (Lepidoptera). Trioza alacris (Homoptera). LAVANDULA: Taeniothrips atratus (Thysanoptera). LENS: Bruchus ervi (Coeloptera). Bruchus lentis (Coleoptera). Bruchus pallidicornis (Coleoptera). LESPEDEZA: Psychid (Lepidoptera). LILIUM: A morbia emigratella (Lepi doptera). Frankliniella f ortissima (Thysanoptera). Frankliniella melanommatus (Thysanoptera). Haplothrivs gowdevi (Thysanoptera). Lilioceris lit ii ( Coleoptera). Liothrips vaneeckei (Thsyanoptera). Tortricid (Lepidoptera). LIRIOPE: Tortricid (Lepidoptera). LITCHI: Pachnaeus litus (Coleoptera). LIVISTONA: Coccotrypes pygmae us (Coleoptera). LOG: Bit om a paralella ( Coleoptera). Dinoderus bifoveolatus (Coleoptera). Hypsipyla qrandella (Lepidoptera). Xyleborv , s fuscatus (Ooleoptera). LONI CERA: Trypetid. LYCAS'J'E-See Orchidaceae. LYCOPERSICUM: Agromyza sp. (Diptera). A morbia emigratella (Lepidoptera). Autographa sp. (Lepidoptera). Exptochiomera oblonga (Hemiptera). Geotomus parvulus (Hemiptera). Gnorimoschema gudmannella (Lepidoptera). Keifera lycopersicella (Coleoptera). Ligyrocoris nitidulus (Hemiptera). Lineodes integra (Lepidoptera). Lorita abornana chatka (Lepidoptera). Platynota ro.~trana (Lepidoptera). Platynota stultana (Lepidoptera). Ptatynota sp. (Lepidoptera). Prodenia Latif ascia (Lepidoptera). Setomorpha insectella (Lepidoptera). Sisamnes contractus (Hemiptera). Strymon crilola (Lepidoptera). Tortricid (Lepidoptera). Xyleborus confusus (Coleoptera). LYCORI : Merodon sp. (Diptera). MAGNOLIA: Pseudaonidia duplex (Homoptera). Tortricid (Lepidoptera). MAHO IA: Pseudococcus gahani (Homoptera).

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SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS Hosts and insects-Continued 1',,IAL S: Anastrepha sp. (Diptera). Epidiaspis piricola (Homoptera). Eriosoma crataegi (Homoptera). Forficula auricularia ( Orthoptera). Grapholitha sp. (Lepidoptera). Lecanium coryli (Homoptera). Parlatoria oleae (Homoptera). Rhagoletis pomonella (Diptera). Tortricid (Lepidoptera). MAMMEA: Anastrepha serpentina (Diptera). Aspidiotus spinosus (Homoptera). MAMMILLARIA-See Oactaceae. MA GIFERA: Anastrepha ludens (Diptera). Anastrepha mombinpraeoptans (Diptera). Anastrepha sp. (Diptera). Au!n.caspis mangiferae (Homoptera). Chrysomphalus dictyospermi var. (Homoptera). Pseu daonidia trilobitif orm is (Homoptera). Sternochetus mangiferae (Ooleoptera). Vinsonia stellifera (Homoptera). MA IHOT: Lepidosaphes alba (Homoptera). MATRIOARIA: Agallia producta (Homoptera). Agromyza sp. (Diptera). ME THA: Agromyza sp. (Diptera). Frankliniella tenuicornis (Thysanoptera). Frankliniella williamsi (Thysanoptera). MIMOSA: 0 lethreutid (Lepidoptera). MOMORDIOA: Platynota sp. (Lepidoptera). MUSA: Aspidiotus destructor (Homoptera). Metamasius sericeus (Col eoptera). Metamasius sericeus carbonarius (Ooleoptera). MUSOARI: Exosoma lusitanica (Ooleoptera). MYRIOA: Tortricid (Lepidoptera). MYRIOARIA: Conotrachelus sp. (Ourculionidae). MYR TILLO CA CT US-See Oactaceae. MYRTUS: Myzus ornatus (Homoptera). NARCISSUS: Eumerus sp. (Diptera). Merodon sp. (Diptera). OOHROMA: Xyleborus confusus ( Ool eoptera) . ODO TOGLOSSUM-See Orchidaceae. OLEA: Dacus oleae (Diptera). ONOIDIUM-See Orchidcaeae. 0 OBRYOHIS: Bruchidius gil vu s ( Ooleoptera). OPU TIA-See Oactaceae. ORNITHOGALUM: Frankliniella schultzei (Tbysanoptera). Haplothrips nigricornis (Tb ysanoptera). Taeniothrips fumosa (Tbysanoptera). Taeniothrips simple2 (Tbysanoptera). ORYZA: Chilo simplex (Lepidoptera). Corcyra cephalonica (Lepidoptera). OROHIDAOEAE: Agromyza sp. (Diptera). Anaphothrips orchidaceous (Tbysanoptera). A naphothrips orchidii (Tbysanoptera). A nthonomus f unereus ( Ooleoptera). Archimerus scutellaris (Hemiptera). Asterolecanium aureum (Homoptera). Castnia sp. (Lepidoptera). Cerotoma atrofasciata (Ooleoptera). Chirothrips f alsus (Tbysanoptera). Chrysomphalus bowreyi (Homoptera). Chrysomphalus nigropunctatus (Homoptera). Chrysomphalus odontoglossi (Homoptera). Chrysomphalus umboniferus (Homoptera). Conchaspis angraeci (Homoptera). Cryphula apicatus (Hemiptera). Disonycha antonnata (Ooleoptera). Eurydpilia vestitus (Hemiptera). OROHIDAOEAE-Oontinued. Eurytoma orchidearum (Hymenoptera). Euschistus spurculus (Hemiptera). Exptochiomera tumens (Hemiptera). Frankliniella insularis (Thysanoptera). Fulvius bisbistillatus (Hemiptera). Fulvius sp. (Hemiptera). Furcaspis biformis (Homoptera). Heraeus cincticornis (Hemiptera). Hercothrips errans (Tbysanoptera). Herculia psammioxantha (Lepidoptera). Iridomyrme x iniquus (Hymenoptera). lridomyrmex iniquus nigella (Hymenoptera). Irido myrmex melleus (Hymenoptera). Lecaniod iaspis dendrobii (Homoptera). Lepidosaphes tuberwlata (Homoptera). Leucaspis cockerelli (Homoptera). Ligyrocoris abdominalis (Hemiptera) . Mamurius mopS'Us (Hemiptera). Mertila malayensis (Hemiptera}. Mordellistena cattl e yana (Ooleoptera). Mordellistena chapini (Ooleoptera). 1'1ordellistena sp. (Ooleoptera.'. Mormidea c1Jllaris (Hemiptflra.). Mormidea c 'J,/Jrosa (Hemipterl'\'t Mormidea v -luteum (Hemiptera.). Ochl erus notatulus (Hemipl em). Olethreutid (Lepidoptera) Orch idophil11 .. aterrimus ( Oolroptera). Orchido'T'lhil.us sp. (Ooleoptcra). Parollelodiplosts cattl eyae (Diptera). Parlatoria pseudaspidiotus (Homoptera). Phytomyza sp. (Diptera). Pinnaspis townsendi (Hornoptera). Pse1,, daonidia curculiginis (Homoptera). P seudaonia'ia t, ilobitiformi.! (Homoptera) Pseudishnaspis ali enus (Homoptera). Pseudococcus lilacinus (Homoptera). Psychid (Lepidoptera) . Pufrinaria fioccif e ra (Hornoptera). Taeniothrips simplex (Tbysanoptera). Taeniothrips xanthivs (Tbysanoptera). T ent hecoris bicolor (Hcmiptera}. Tetyra pinguis (Hemiptera). Tineid (Lepidoptera). Tortricid (Lepidoptera). Vatissius diversus (Herniptera). Vilga mexicana (Hemiptera). Vinsonia stellifera (Homoptera). 7ophobas m orio (Ooleoptera). P AOHYOEREUS-See Oactaceae. PAOKI G: Acalypta musci (HeIPiptera). Anacaena globulus (Ooleoptera). A pion jlavipes (Ooleoptera). Brachyrhinus rugosostriatus (Ooleoptera). Cercyon melanocephalus (Oo l eoptera). Ceutorhynchus atomus (Ooleoptera). Ceutorhynchus contractus (Ooleoptera). Chrysolina brunsvicensi,'I (Oo leoptera). Corizus parumpunctatus (Herriptera). Cryptopleurum atomariurn (Ooleoptera). Drymus sylvaticus (HeIDiptera). Eucalandra setulosa (Ooleoptera). Eurydema ole raceum (Hemiptera). Forficula auric u laria (Ortboptera). Haplothrips acul e atus (Tbysanoptera). Hypera arator (Ooleoptera). Hypera nigrirostris ( Ooleoptera). Hypera postica ( Ooleoptera). Hypocassida subfr rrugin e a (Ooleoptera). OgdoPcosta biannular is (Ooleoptera). Pantomorus . rnnthographus ( Ooleoptera). Phy llotreta undv, lata ( Ooleoptera). Sciaphilus muricatus ( Ooleoptera). Sphaeridium bipust11latum ( Ooleoptera). Strophosoma melanogrammum ( Ooleoptera). Strophosoma rufipes (Oo leoptera). Taphropeltus contractus ( H emiptera). Thyreocoris scarabaeoides (Hcmiptera). Trar.hyphloeus aristatus ( Ooleoptera). Trapezonot us arenarius (Hemiptera). 'l'roilus luridus (Hemiptera). PAEO IA: Brachylacon murinus (Ooleoptera). PALM: Aspidiotu s destructor (Homoptera). Ceroplastes rubens (Homoptera). 45

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46 BUREAU OF ENTOMOLOGY AND PLANT QUARANTINE Hosts and insects-Continued PANDANUS: Lepidosaphes chinensis (H omoptera). Tylococcus oiffard i (Homoptera). P ARKINSONIA: Phelomnus germaini (Ooleoptera). PEDILA THUS: Lepidosaphes carinata (Homoptera). PELTOPHORUM: Caryedon sp. (Ooleoptera). PERSEA: Anastrepha ludens (Diptera). Anastrephasp. (Diptera). Aspidiotus spinosus (Homoptera). Ceratitis capitnta (Diptera). Chrysomphalus dzctyospermi var. (Homoptera). Chrysomphalus personatus (Homoptera). Conotrachelus sp. (Ooleoptera). Heilipus sp. (Ooleoptera). Marmara sp. (Lepidoptera). Stenoma sp. (Lepidoptera). PETROSELINUM: Aufo(lraphasp. (Lepidoptera). Frankliniella williamsi (Thysanoptera). Phyllotreta albionica (Ooleoptera). PETUNIA: Cyrtopeltis tenuis (Hemiptera). Lygus elisus (Herniptera). PHAL A.ENO PSIS-See Orchidaceae. PHASEOLUS LUNATUS MAOROOARPUS: Epinotia opposita (L<'pidoptera). PHASEOLUS MUNGO RADIATUS: Callosohruchus chinensis ( Ooleoptera). PHASEOLUS SP. (string bean): Agromyza sp., very close to burgessi (Diptera). Agromyza sp. (Diptera). Callosobruchus chinensis (Ooleoptera). Chalcodermus sp. (Coleoptera). Epinotia opposita (Lepidoptera). Keiferia lycopersicella (Lepidoptera). Maruca testulalis (Lepidoptera). Naucles pusio (Coleoptera). Olethreutid (Lepidoptera). Pyrausta nubilalis (Lepidoptera). Tortricid (Lepidoptera). PHOENIX: Coccotrypes dactyliperda (Coleoptera). PHY SALIS: Zabrotes subfasciatus (Co.Jeoptera). PICEA: Ernobius abietis (Coleoptera). Laspeyresia strobilella (Lepidoptera). PINUS: lps suturalis (Coleoptera). Leucaspis loewi (Homoptera). Myelophilus minor (Coleoptera). Pine us coloraden sis (Homoptera). Pityogenes chalcoaraphus (Coleoptera). Poliaspis pini (Homoptera). Ptochoryctis tsugensis (Lepidoptera). PISTACIA: Lepidosaphes pistaciae (Homoptera). Megastigmus pistaciae (Thysanoptera). PISUM: Aaromyza sp. (Diptrra). Forsebia perlaeta (Lepidoptera). Franklinothrips vespif ormis (Thysanoptera). Phyllotreta rittata discedens (Coleoptera). Phytomyza sp. (Diptera). Platynota stultana (Lepidoptera). Zabrotes subfasciatus (Coleoptera). PODOCARPUS: 0 lethreu tid (Lepidoptera). POLIANTHES: lsor.haetothrips sp. (Thysanoptera). Tortricid (Lepidoptera). PORTULACA: Heliodines bP.lla (Lepidoptera). Platynota stultana (Lepidoptera). Psychid (Lepidoptcra). PRIMULA: Myzus ornatus (Homoptera). PROSOPIS: Acanalonia laticosta (Homoptera). Drasterius cribrntus ( Co leoptera). Kalotermes synderi (Isoptcra). Laspeyresia membrosa (Lepidoptera). Leuronota maculata (Homoptera). Neuroctenus simplex (Hempitera) PROSOPIS-Continued. Olethreutid (Lepidoptcra). PlacostPrnus diffi,cilis (Coleoptera). Platynota sp. (Lepidoptera). Psychid (Lepidoptera). Rhipibruchus picturatus (Ooleoptera). Scirtothrips prosopis (Thysanoptera). Trai-us fulvus (Homoptera). Vanduzea laeta segmentata (Homoptera). PRUNUS ARMENIACA: Anastrepha sp., probably fraterculus (Diptera)r PRUNUS A VIUM SYLVESTRIS: Anthonomus rectirostris (Coleoptera). PRU US DOMESTICA: Grapholitha sp., probably molesta (Lepidoptera)r Olethreutid (Lepidoptera). Parlatoria oleae (Homoptera). Tortricid (Lepidoptera). Trypetid (Diptera). PRUNUS MARALEB: Aoromyza sp. (Diptera). PRUNUS SALESII: Conotrachelus sp. (Ooleoptera). PRUNUS SP. (cherry): Parlatoria oleae (Homoptera). PRUNUS SP.: Lecanium coryli (Homoptera). Tortricid (Lepidoptera). PSEUDANANAS: Phaedon confinis (Coleoptera). PSIDIUM: Anastrepha mombinpraeoptans (Diptera). Ana.strepha suspensa (Diptera). Anastrepha sp. (Diptera). Coccus viridis (Homoptera). Conotrachelus sp. ( Coleoptera). PUERARIA: Callosobruchus ademptus (Coleoptera). PUNIOA: A nastrepha ludens (Diptera). Dacus oleae (Diptera). M yelois ceratoniae (Lepidoptera). PYRUS: Anastrepha ludens (Diptera). Anastrepha sp. (Diptera). Ceratitis capitata (Diptera). Epidiaspis piricola (Homoptera). Grapholitha sp. (Lepidoptera). Lepidosaphes conchiformis (Homoptera). Parlatoria oleae (Homoptera). Psallus seriatus (Hemiptera). Pseudococclls oahani (Homoptera). Psyrhid (Lepidoptera). QUERCUS: Andricus glandium (Hymenoptera). Callirhytis olandulosa (Hymenoptera). Conotrachelus sp. (Ooleoptera). Curculio sp. (Coleoptera). Tortri<'id (Lepicloptrra). RADICULA ARMORACIA: Baris lepidii (Coleoptera). RADICULA NASTURTIUM AQUATICUM:Autoorapha sp. (Lepidoptera). RAMONDIA: Myzu,! ornatu! (Homoptera). RAP HANUS: Aoromyza sp. (Diptera). Autoorapha sp. (Lepidoptera). Cyrtopeltis tenuis (Hemiptera). Haplothrips oowdeyi (Thysanoptera). Hellula ph idilealis (Lepidoptera). Ph11llotreta nittata discedens (Coleoptera). Phytomyza sp. (Diptera). RENANTHERA-See Orchidaceae. RHODODENDRON: Dialeurodes chittendeni (Homoptera). RIBES: Epochra sp. (Diptera). RICINUS: Tineid (Lepidoptera). ROSA: Allantus cinctus (Hymenoptera). Anoplodera crassipes (Coleoptera). Frankliniella cephalica (Thysanoptera). Frankliniella cubensis (Thysanoptera). Frankliniellrt fortissima (Thysanoptera). Frankliniella insularis (Thysanoptera). Franklinella williamsi (Thysanoptera).

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SERVICE AND REGULA TORY ANNOUNCEMENTS H osts and insects -Continued ROSA-Continued. G astrothrips sp. (Tbysanoptera). Ilaplothrips oowrley i (Tbysanopter a) . aucles pu io ( Coleop t era ) . Oletbreut id (Lepidoptl' r a) . Spilographa sp., pos ibly setesa ( Diptera). Tortricid ( Lepidoptera) . ROY T01-EA: Aspidiotus destructor ( Homoptera). SACCHAR ~1: Chilo sp. (Lepidoptera) . Pseudococcu.s b oninsis (Homoptera) . T argion i a sacchar i (Homoptera) . T rionymus sacchari (Homoptera) . SALIX : Gracilia minuta (Coleoptera) . SAL IA: Eupteryz melissae ( Homoptera) . SA.POTE: A nastrepha serpentina (Diptera) . A nastrepha sp. ( Diptera) . S CABIO A: Frankliniella fortissima (Tbysanopter a ) . S E B A T I AN IA: G rapholitha saltitans ( Lepidoptera) . SECHI M: 'T'ortricid ( Lepidopter a ) . SENECI O: P hytomyza sp. ( Dipter a). SERJANL.\: D inoderus biforeolatus (Coleoptera) . Sinozylon coniger u m (Colcoptera) . SIK INGI A: B rachyrhtnus sp. (Coleopter a). SOB RA LIA-See Orchidaceae. SOIL: B rachyrhinus sp. (Coleoptera) . E leodes tricostata (Coleoptera) . G algupha punctifer ( Hemiptera) . Tineid ( Lepidoptera) . SOJA: C osmolyce boeticus ( Lepidoptera). SOL.Al Ul\I MEL O ~ G E_ -A: Clerada apicicorn is (Hemiptera) . E xptochiomera oblonga (Hemiptera) . Leucopoecila albofasciata (Hemiptera) . Matigramma r ub rosuff u sa (Lepidoptera). P ach y zancla periusalis (Lepidoptera) . T o rtricid ( Lepidoptera) . X yleborus confusus (Coleoptera). SOLAK M T BERO U~1: E picaerus cognatus (Coleoptera) . SOPHO R A: T etraleurodes acaciae (Homoptera). SORB : P arlatoria oleae ( Homoptera). SPA R T IUM: B ruchidius villos u s ( Coleoptera) . SPATHOGLOTTI -See Orchidaceae. SPIN.A.CIA: C onotrachelus sp., apparently s eniculu.s (Coleop tera) . SPO J DIAS: A nastrepha mombinpraeoptans ( Diptera). STA H O PEA-See O r chidaceae. S W IETE IA: Hypsipyla grandella ( Lepidoptera) . T ermes panamaensis ( Isoptera) . TA.B E B U I A: B rentus mezicanus (Coleoptera) . C ercyon quisquilius (Coleoptera) . Laemophloeus iteratu.s (Coleoptera) . eoclytus cacicus (Coleopter a ) . P latypus rugulosus (Coleoptera) . T esserocerus dej eani (Coleoptera) . T ineid ( Lepidoptera). X yleborus affinis (Coleopter a ) . X yleborus con/ us,us ( Coleoptera) . X yleborus fuscatus (Coleopter a ) . X yleborus propinquus ( Coleo ptera). X yleborus tor q uatus (Coleopte r a) . TA.GETES: Agromy za sp. (Diptera) . H aplothr ips oowdey i (Thysanoptera) . Ligyrocori s nitidicollis ( H emiptera) . Ptychopoda sp. (Lepidoptera) . Setomorpha insecte ll a (Lepidoptera) . Tortricid (Lepidoptera) . Z abrotes s,ub fasciatus (Coleoptera) . TA 1ARL"Du : Callosobmchus chinensis ( Coleoptera) . Car y edon fu-scus (Coleoptera) . Cylas formicarius ( Coleop tera) . M y elois sp. (Lepidoptera) . TA.MARIX: B rochymena aculeata (Hemiptera) . Psychid (Lepidoptera) . TAXu: Hadro b regmus destr u ctor (Coleoptera) . TERM~ALIA: Aspidiotu s destr u ctor (Homoptera) . T H -BERGIA: Orthez i a praelo noa (Homoptera) . T ILLA_ -n I A: Mormidea p i cti v entris (Hemipter a ) . T ITHO IA: Agromyza sp. (Diptera). Olethreutid (Lepidoptera). TRI C HOGLOTTIS-ee O rchidaceae. TRI TONLA.: l rido m yrmex humilis (Hymenopter a ) . TROPAEOL M: Agromyza sp. (Diptera). T LIPA: Endrosi, lacteella (Lepidoptera). Forficnla au ricularia (Orthoptera). Tim id (Lepidoptcra) . VACCI I 1: Olethreutid (Lepidoptera). Torticid (Lepidopter a ) . VALLOTA: Forficula auricularia (Orthoptera) . VA DAee O r chidaceae. A I L L A See Orchidaceae. V I CIA: Apion pomonae (Coleoptera). B ruchus affi ni~ (Coleoptera). B ruchus h rachialis (Coleop tera). B ruchu.i l u teirorn i s (Coleopiera ) . B ruch us rufipes ( Coleoptera). Olethreutid (Lepidoptera). VIG A : Callosobruchus analis (Coleoptera). Zabrotes suf>/asciat us (Coleoptera). VITIS: P hlyctinus ca llosus ( Coleoptna). P olychrosfa bolrana (Lepidoptera) . P sychid (Lepidoptcra). W ISTER IA: P henacaspis fujicola (Homoptera) . Trypetid ( D i ptera). ZAMIA: Pinnaspis minor strachani (Ho m o ptera) . ZA. TEDESCH IA.: Cha~o p sis fulrifrons ( Diptera). Z E A : Chilo sp. (Lepidoptera) . D iatraea cram bidoid es (Lepidoptera). Eucnocer-us an threnoides ( Co leoptera). Eumecosomyia nubila (Diptera). Euzesta stigmatias ( Diptera). Frankliniella williamS'i (Thysanoptera) . M oodna bfainuella (Lepidoptera). eurocolpus mezicanus (Hemipter a) . P yroderces sp. (Lepidopter a) . T i n eid (Lepidoptera). ZI 1'.TIA: A gromyza sp. ( Dipter a) . H aplothrips oowdeyi (Thysan o ptera) . P s'lllus seriatus ( Hemipter a) . Tryped tid ( D i ptera). 47

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48 , BUREAU OF ENTOMOLOGY AND PLANT QUARANTINE Hosts unknown AIRPLANE: Chrysobothris guatimalensis ( Coleoptera). BARK: Aspidiotus f abernii (Romoptera). BOX CO T AINING 4 PEARS AND 4 APPLES: Ceratitis capitata (Diptera). BURLAP COVERING FOR FOREST LITTER: Corcyra cephalonica (Lepidoptera). DEBRIS IN BOX OF CUCUMBERS: Dacus cucurbitae (Diptera). EMPTY BOX CAR: Anasa uhleri (Remiptera). FLOWERS: Allocoris incoqnita (Remiptera). A naphothrips orchidaceus (Thysanoptera). A nthronomus mexicanus ( Coleoptera). A ufeius impressicollis (Remiptera). Berginus nigricolor ( Coleoptera). Bolbonota pictipennis (Romoptera). Carsidara dugesii (Romoptera). Chirothrips falsus (Thysanoptera). Corizus sidae (Remiptera). Cydamus borealis (Remiptera). Cyrtopeltis tenuis (Remiptera). Cyrtopeltis varians (Remiptera). Dysdercus mimulus (Coleoptera). Empoasca abru . pta (Romoptera). Euschistus obscurus (Remiptera). Exitianus obscurinervis (Romoptera). Frankliniella cephalica (Thysanoptera). Frankliniella f ortissima (Th ysanoptera). Frankliniella williamsi (Thysanoptera). Franklinothrips vespiformis (Thysanoptera). Haplothrips gowdeyi (Tbysanoptera). Homoeosoma electellum (Lepidoptera). Hypsoprora noqalata (Romoptera). Leucopoecila albofasciata (Remiptera). Nicobium hirtum ( Coleoptera). Phlepsius utahnus (Romoptera). Taeniothrpis simplex (Tbysanoptera). Tortricid (Lepidoptera). Trypetid (Diptera). OALLS ON FLOWER STEM: Tineid (Lepidootera). IN BAG CONTAINING PAPAYA: Toxotrypana curvicauda (Diptera). IN SACKS OF MANGOES: Anastrepha mombinpraeoptans (Diptera). IN SOIL AROU D ROOTS OF CYPRIPEDIUM PLANT: Iridomyrmex iniquus (Rymenoptera). LEAF: Brachystylus tamauliianus (Coleoptcra). Chrysom1,halus ~ersonatus (Romoptera). Cligenes delineata (Remiptera.). Eustictus mini mus (Remiptera). Nysius monticola (Remiptera). O ~ iarus concinn11, lu . s (Romoptera). Tineid (Lepidootera). MIXED FRUIT: Myelois sp. (Lepidoptera). ON CASES OF BITTER ORANGES: Ceratitis ca 1, itata (Diptera). ON DECK OF SHIP O WRICH ORANGES RAD BEE S'l'ORRD: Ceratitis ca1,, itata (Diptera). ON WALL IN ROLD OF SHIP: Ceratitis capitata (Diptera). PLANT: Cerapachys augustae (Hymenoptera). Chrysolina varians centaura (Coleoptera). ROOT: Andricus ruginosus (Hymenoptern). RHIZOME: Trypetid (Diptera). RYE STRAW JACKET WITH VETCH: Bruchus loti (Coleoptera). SEED: Brnch1s trfaticulus (Coleoptera). Euspermo1hagus cardui (Colcoptera). Trypetid (Diptera). STRA V-l JACKET: Hofmannophila 1-seudos1retrella (Lepidoptera). WEED: Cylindroco1-turus armatus (Coleoptera). WOOD: Hiterobostrych11,s aequalis (Coleoptera). Le7-erisimls fra:rini (Coleoptera). !\,ficra1ate sca1ularis (C'oleoptera). Nicobium castaneum (Coleoptera). Oligomerus brunneus (Coleoptera). Country of origin and insects AMERICAN SAMOA: Tylococcus gi.ffardi Ebrh. AMERICAN VIRGIN ISLANDS: Anastrepha mombinpraeopta-ns Sein. Chrysomphalus 1Jersonatus (Comst.). Marn.ca testulalis (Geyer). Targionia hartii (Ckll.). ANGOLA: Cy las femoralis Faust. Cylas puncticollis Boh. Ste1Jhanoderes hampei Ferr. ANTIGUA: Palaeopus costicollis Marsh. Targionia hartii (Ckll.). Targionia sacchari (Ckll.). ARGENTINA: Agromy za sp. Anastrepha sp., prob. fraterculus (Wied.). Anastrepha sp. Pantomorus xan thographus (Germ.). Parlatoria oleae (Colvee). PRychid. AUSTRALIA: Brontes australis Erickson. Lepidosaphes tuberculata Mal. Leucaspis cockerelli (deCbarm). Platypus australis Chapuis. Taeniothrips simplex (Morison). Xyleborus kraatzi Eichb. AZORES: Curculio sp. Iridomyrmex humilis Mayr. Laspeyresia splendana (Hbn.). Targionia bromeliae ("N ewst." Leon.). BAHAMAS: Aspidiotus destructor Sign. Aspidiotus herculean us D. & H. Diatraea crambidoides (Grote). Frankliniella insularis (Frank.). Haplothrips gowdeyi Hood. Lepidosaphes alba (Ckll.). Lepidosaphes lasianthi (Green). BALUCHISTA : Callosobruchus analis (F .) . BARBADOS: Hoplandrothrips xanthopoides Bagn. Tar gion ia hartii ( C kll.) . BELGIUM: A mphorophora azaleae Mason. Barathra brassicae (L.). Brachyrhinus porcatus (Hbst.). Brachyrhinus sp. Ceutorhy11chus sp. Chrysolina varians centaura (Hbst.). Frankliniella tenuicorni s (U zel). Gracilia minuta (F .) . Haplothrips subtilissimus (Ha.liday). Iridomyrmex iniquus Mayr. Lepidosaphes t1Lberculata Malen. Napomyza lateralis Fallen. Ophiomyia pinguis (Fall.). BERMUDA: Crocidosema plebeiana Zell. Frankliniella insularis Frank. Frankliniella melanommatus Willianis. Haplothrips gowdeyi Frank. 1 aeniothrips simplex (Morison). Tineid.

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SER ICE A1\TD REGULATORY ANNO CEMENTS Country of origin and in3ects-Con inued BRAZIL: Agromyza sp. Aspidiotus destructor ign. Asterolecanium aureum (Bdv.) . Asterolecanium urichi Ck.11. Castnia sp. Ceratit is capitata ('ned.). Chrysomphalus personatus (Comst.). Coccotrypes bassiael : orus Hopk. Coccus viridis (Green). Conotrachelus sp. Eumecosomyia nubila ('ned.). Euscepe s postfasciatus Fairm. Furcaspis biformis (Ckll.). Gymnaspis aechmeae Xewst. Haplothrips gou:deyi Frankl. Maruca testulalis (Gey. ). Mordellistena sp., prob. cattleyana Champ. !lordellistena sp., prob. chapini Ray. Mordellistena sp. Mormidea v -luteum (Licht.). Parlatoria cinerea Hadden. Pectinophora gossypiella ( aund.). Phaedon con finis (Klug). Pse-udao nidia trilobitiformis (G reen). Stephanoderes ha mpei Ferr. 'I etyra pinguis (Germ.). 7abrotes subfasciatus (Boh.) . BRITI H COLU~1BIA: Allantus cinctus (L.). Ole hreutid. BRITI H EA T AFRICA: Stephanoderes hampei Ferr. BRITI H HOXD RA : Parlatoria crotonis (Doug-las) . BRITI H WE T :f:\TDIE : Haplothrips gowdeyi Frankl. CANADA: Anoplodera crassipes L ee. Brach yrhinus sp. Forjic ula auricularia (L.). Hadrobregmus destructor Fisher. Pineu-s coloradensis (Gill.). Ptinu-s japonicus Reitt. Rhagoletis pomonella CW alsh). pilographa p., po sibly setesa Doane. Stephanoderes hampei Ferr. Taeniothrips atratus ( H al.). Tortricid. CA_ -AL zo_ -E: Agromyza sp. Conchaspis angraeci Ck.11. Conotrachelus p. Furca.spis biformis (Ck.II.). Haplothrips gowdeyi Frankl. Parallelod iplosis ca:ttleyae Felt. Taeniothrips simplex ( _ forison). CHILE: Megalometis chiliensis B oh. l\-emapogon granella (L.). Olethreutid. Platynota sp. Pse-udococcus gahani Green. Rhipibruchus picturatus (Fahr.). Taeniothr ips simplex (~1orison) . Tineid. Tortricid. CHIKA: Calloso bruchus chinen.sis (L.) . Cylas formicariu-s (F.). Endrosis lacteella ( chifi.). Lepidosaphes chinensis Chamberlin. Myzus hemerocallis Taka. Parlator ia ziziphus (Lucas). COLO:\fBIA: Anaphothrips orchidaceus Bagnall. Ana.strepha p., prob. serpentina (Wied.). Coccus viridis (Green) . Conotrachelus p. E urytoma orchidearum (Westw.). Franldiniella insulari.
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50 BUREAU OF ENTOMOLOGY AND PLANT QUARANTINE' Country of origin and insects-Continued DENMARK: Anacaena globulus Payk. Anthonomus rectirostris L. A1-ionff,avi1-es Payk. Cercyon melanocer halus L. Ceutorhynchus atomus Boh. Ceutorhynchus contractus (Marsh.). Chrysolina brunsvicensis Grav. Corizus parumpunctatus (Schill.). Cryptopleurum atomarium F. Drymus sylvaticus (F .) • Eumerus sp. Eurydema oleraceum (L.). Haplothrips aculeatus F. Hypera arator L. Hypera nigrirostris F. Phyllotreta undulata Kutsch. Sciaphilus muricatus F. Sphaeridium bipustulatum F. Strophosoma melanogrammus Forst. Strophosoma rufipe.'1 Steph. Th yreocoris scarabaeoides ( L.). Trachyphloeus aristatus (Gyll.). Trapezonotus arenarius (L.). Troilus luridus (F .) . DOMINICA: Aleurocanthus woglumi Ashby. Aonidiella comperei McKenzie. DOMINICAN REPUBLIC: Anastrepha monbinpraeoptans Sein. Asterolecanium aureum (Bdv.). Coccus viridis (Green). Conchaspis angraeci Ckll. Cylas formicarius (F.). Euscepes post[ asciatus Fairm. Maruca testulalis (Gey.) Tineid. Vinsonia stellifera (W estw .) • DUTCH GUIANA: Stenoma anonella Sepp. DUTCH WEST INDIES: Dinoderus bif oveolatus Woll. Xyleborus fuscatus Eichh. ECUADOR: Anaphothrips secticornis (Trybom). Conchaspis angraeci Ckll. Stenoma sp. Xyleborus confusus Eichh. EGYPT: Callosobruchus chinensis (L.). Pectinophora gossypiella (Saund.). ENGLAND: Allantus cinctus (L.). Anaphothrips orchidaceous Bagn. Antliarhinus zamiae Thunb. Aphis rnmicis L. Apion pomonae (F.) Brachyrhinus sp. Bruchidius villosus (F.). Bruchus affi,nis Froh. Bruchus luteicornis Ill. Ceutorhynr.hus pleurostigma (Marsh). Ceutorhynchus sp. Dialeurodes chittendeni Laing. Eriosoma crataegi ( Oestl.). Rupteryx melissae Curt. Forficula auricularia L. Gracilia minuta (F.). Hofmannophila pseudostretella (Staint.). Hylesinus fraxini Panz. Lecanium coryli (L.). Leperisinus fra:rini Panz. Liothrips vaneeckei Pr. Myzus ornatus Laing. Pseudococcus gahani Green. Psila rosae (F.). Pulvinaria fioccif era (Westw.). Taeniothrips atratus Hal. Tortricid. Trioza alacris Flor. ESTONIA: Ceutorhynchus sp. FIJI: Leucaspis coc:Cerelli (deCharm.). FINLAND: Jp ,'1 suturalis Gyll. Pityogenes chalcographus (L.). Psila rosae (F.). FRA CE: Agromyza sp. Apion pomonae (F.). Autographa sp. Brachyrhinus rugosostriatus (Goeze). Bruchidius villosus (F .) . Bruchus affi,nis Froh. Bruch.us loti Payk. Bruchus luteicornis Ill. Bruchus rufipes Hbst. Callosobruchus ademptus (Sharp). Ceutorhynchus pleurostir;ma (Marsh.). Ceutorhynchus sp. Coccotrypes dactyliperda (F .) Halimococcus lampas (Ckll.). Hypera postica Gyll. Iridomyrmex melleus Whlr. Lilioceris lilii (Scop.). Liothrips vaneeckei Pr. Olethreutid. Phelomerus germaini Pie. Psila rosae (F .) . Psylliodes chrysocephala (L.). Pulvinaria ff,occif era (W estw .) • Taphropeltus contractus (H. S.). Thrips angusticeps U z. GERMANY: Bruchidius villosus (F .) • Bruch us affi,nis Froh. Bruchus brachialis Fahr. Ceratitis capitata (Wied.). Ceutorhynchus sp. Ernobius abietis (F .) . Laspeyresia strobilella (L.). Ptychopoda sp. Taeniothrips ericae Hal. GREECE: Acanthoscelides spinipes (Er.). Anuraphis cynariella (Theob.). Bruchus luteicornis Ill. Lepidosaphes pistaciae Arch. Myelois ceratoniae Zell. Parlatoria oleae (Colvee). Thrips angusticeps U z. GRENADA: A nlacaspis mangif erae N ewst. Chrysomphalus dictyospermi (Morg.) var. GUADELOUPE: Pseudaonidia tesserata (de Charm.). GUATEMALA: Anaphothrips orchidaceus Bagnall. Anastrephasp. Aonidiella comperei McKenzie. Aspidiotus destructor Sign. Berginus nigricolor Champ. Cerotoma atrof asciata J ac. Conotrachelus sp. . Cryphula apicatus (Dist.). Cydamus borealis Dist. Cyrtopeltis tenuis Reut. Eurycipitia vestitus (Dist.). Euschistus spurculus Stal. Laemophloeus iteratus Sharp. Ligyrocoris abdominalis (Guer.). Metamasius sericeus carbonarius Chev. Mordellistena sp., near chapini Ray. Mordetlistena sp. Neoclytus cacicus Chevr. Platypus rugulosus Chapuis. Pseudischnaspis ali enus (Newst.). Taeniothrips simplex (Morison). Targionia sacchari (Ckll.). Tesserocerus dejeani Chapuis. Tineid. Vatissius div e rsus Dist. Xyleborus affi,nis Eichh. Xyleborus confusus Eichh. Xyleborus fuscatus Eichh. Xyleborus propinquus Eichh. HAITI: A nastrepha monbinpraeoptans Sein. Anastrepha sp. Aspidiotus destructor Sign. Cy las Jormicarius (F .) . Euscepes post[ asciatus Fairm. Maruca testulalis (Geyer).

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SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS Country of origin and insects-Continued :HAWAII: Callosobruchus chinensis (L.). Ceratitis capitata (Wied.). Ceroplastes rubens Mask. Coccus viridis (Green). Cosmolyce boeticus (L.). Dacus cucurbitae (Coq.). Diocalandra taitensis Guern. Furcaspis biformis (Ckll.). Lepidosaphes auriculata (Green). Maruca testulalis (Geyer). Megacerus alternatus Bridwell. Parlatoria ziziphus (Lucas). Pectinophora gossypiella (Saund.). Pseudaonidia clavigera (Ckll.). Pseudaonidia tesserata (deCbarm.). Ripersia palmarum (Ebrb.). Sternochetus mangiferae F. Taeniothrips hawaiiensis (Morg.). Trionymus sacchari (Ckll.). HONDURAS: Anastrepha serpentina (Wied.). Anastrepha sp., prob. mombinpraeoptans Sein. Anastrepha sp., prob. serpentina (Wied.). Bolbonota pictipennis Fairm. Brentus mexicanus Bob. Cercyon quisquilius L. Chrysomphalus bowreyi (Ckll.). Eurycipitia vestitus Dist. Hypsipyla grandella (Zell.). Metamasius sericeus Oliv. Platypus rugulosus Chapuis. Taeniothrips simplex (Morison). Tenthecoris bicolor Scott. Termes panamaensis Snyder. Tesserocerus dejeani Cbapuis. Tineid. HUNGARY: Bruch us brachialis Fahr. Bruchus rufipes Hbst. INDIA: Callosobruchus analis (F .) . Corcyra cephalonica (Staint.). Cy las formicarius F. Dinoderus bif oveolatus W oils. Heterobostrychus aequalis vVaterb. Mertila malayensis Dist. Pulvinaria jloccifera (Westw.). Sinoxylon anale Lesne. lRELA D: Allantus cinctus (L). Psila rosae (F.). Rhinocola ericae Curt. ITALIAN SOMALILAND: Caryedon sp. ITALY: Acalypta parvula (Fall.). Acrolepia assectella (Zell.). Agriotes sp. Agromyza sp. Bruchidius gilvus (Gyll.). Bruchidius lividimanus retamae (Vogel). Bruchidius villosus (F.). Bruchus brachialis Fahr. Bruchus pallidicornis (Bob.). Callosobruchus chinensis (L.). Ceratitis capitata (Wied.). Ceroplastes rusci (L.). Ceutorhynchus quadridens (Panz.). Ceutorhynchus sp., possibly rapae Gyll. Ceutorhynchus sp. Creontiades pallidus (Ramb.). Curculio sp. Dacus oleae Gmel. Diaspis visci (Sehr.). Epidia~pis piricola (del Guer.). Euspermophagus cardui (Boh.).
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52 BUREAU OF ENTOMOLOGY AND PLANT QUARANTINE Country of origin and insects-Continued MA CHURIA: Agromyza sp. Curculio sp. Pectinophora gossypiella (Saund.). MARTI IQUE: Trionymus sacchari (Ckll.). MEXICO: Acanalonia laticosta Doer. Acanthoscelides dominicanus (Jek.). Acmaeodera tubulus (F.). Aeolothrips duvali Moulton. Agallia producta 0. & B . Agromyza sp., very close to burgessi Mall. Agromy za sp. Aleurodicw; manni Baker. Allocorfa incog11ita McA. & M. Allocorfa intempta (Mall.) Alpheias conspirata Hein. Alpheias sp. Amorbia emigratella Busck. Amphicerus cormdus (Pallas). A 11acentrinus blanditus Csy. Anaphothrips orchidaceus Bagn. A nasa uhleri Stal. A nastrepha distincta Greene. . Anastrephafraterculus (Wied.). Anastrepha ludens (Lw.). A nastrepha mombinpraeoptans Sein . A nastrepha serpentina (Wied.). A nastrepha sp. Andricus ruginosus BAssett. A nthonomus funereus Champ. A nthonomus mexicanus Boh. Archimerus scutellaris (Stal). Arvelius albopunctatus (Deg.). Asterolecanium aureum (Bdv.). Aufeius impressicollis Stal. A utographa sp. Baldnlus elimatns (Ball). Brachystylus tama1tlipanus Champ. Brochymena aculeata Dist. Brochymena sulcata Van D. Bucculatrix sp .. prob. thurberiella Busck. Bythoscopus misellus (Stal). Calgupha punctifer McA. & M. Carsidara dugesii Loew. Cerapachys aug1lStae Whlr. Ceratocapsus punctulatus (Reut.). Chaetopsis fulvifrons Macq. Chalcodermus sp. Chilo sp. Chirothrips falsus Pr. Chrysobothris guatemalensis Thoms. Chrysomphalus dictyospermi (Morg.) var. Chrysomphalus nigropunctatus (Ckll.). Chrysomphalus personatus (Comst.). Cligenes delineata (Dist.). Conotrachelus fiavangulus Champ. Conotrachelu , s leucophaeatus Fahr. Conotrachelus sp., possibly nenuphar (Hbst.). Conotrachelus sp., apparently seniculus Lee. Conotrachelus sp. Corizus sidae (F.). Crocidosema plebeiana Zell. Curculio sp. Cylas formicarius (F.). Cylindrocopturus armatus Champ. Cyrtopeltis tenuis R ent. Cyrtop eltis varians (Dist.). Delphacodes campestris (VanD.). Diaphania sp. Dikraneura cockerelli Gill. Disonycha antennata J ac. Draec ulacephala minerva Ball. Draec ulacephala portola Ball. Dra sterius cribratus L ee . Dysdercus mimulus Hussey. Eleodes tricostata ay. Empoasca abrupta DeL. Empoasca solana DeL. Epicaerus cognatus harp. Epilachna varivestis Muls. Epinotia opposita Hein. Epochra sp. Eucalandra setulosa (G 11.). EucnocenlS anthrenoides harp. Eumecosomyia nubila (Wied.). Euryophthalmus cinctus (H. .). MEXICO-Continued. Euschi stus obs cur us ( P. B.). Eustictus minimus Kagt. Euxesta stigmatias Lw. Exitianus obscurinervis (Stal). Exptochiomera oblonga ( tal). Forsebia perlaeta (Hy. Edw.). Franklini ella cephalica (Crawf.). Frankliniellafortissima Pr. Frankliniell a williamsi Hood. Franklin~thrips vespiformis (Crawf.). Gas trothnps sp. Geocoris sonoraensis VanD. Geotomus parvulus i gn . Gerstaeckeria mutillaria (Gerst.). Gnorimoschema gudmannella (Wlsm.). Grapholitha saltitans "' estwood. Grapholitha sp. Haplothrips gowdeyi (Frankl.). Heilipus sp. Heliodines bella Chambers. Homoeosoma electellum (Hlst.). Hypsipyla grandella (Zell.). Hypsoprora nogalata Ball. Isochaetothrips sp. Kalotermes snyderi Light . Keiferia lycopersicella (Busck). Laspeyr esi a membrosa Hein. Lepidosaphes carinata (Ckll.). Lepidosaphes philococcus (Ckll.). Leptodictya plana Heid. Leucopoecila albofasciata Reut. Leuronota maculata (Crawf.). Ligyrocoris nitidicollis tal. Ligyrocoris nitidulus (Uhl.). Ligyrocoris setosus ( tal). Lineodes integra (Zell.) . Lophocateres pusillus (Klug). Lorita abornana Busck. Lorita abornana chatka Busck. Lygaeus lateralis Dall. Lygaeus pulchellus F. Lyqaeus vittiscutis tal. Lygus elisus Van D. Lygus sallei Stal. Macrosteles divisus (Uhl.). Mamurius mopsus tal. Marmara sp., near opuntiella Bu ck. Marmarasp. Matigramma rubrosujf'/.i,Sa Grt. Metamasius sericeus Oliv. Aficrapate scapularis ( Gorh.). Moneilma opuntiae Fisher. Monotoma centralis Sharp. lvfoodna bisinuella Hamp. Mordellistena chapini Ray. Mordellistena sp. Mormidea collaris Dall. Mormidea cubrosa (Dall.). Mormidea pictiventris Stal. Myelois venipars Dyar. Myelois sp. Nabis alternata Parsh. Nabis ang'l.l,Status Parsh. Naucles pusio (Lee.). eella generosa (Stal.). Nesosteles incisus (Mats.). eurocolpus mexicanus Dist. Neuroctanus simplex Uhl. Nicobium hirtum Ill. Nysius ericae (Schill.). Nysius monticola Dist. Ogdoecosta biannularis (Boh.). Olethreut id. Oliarus concinnulvs Fowl. Orthaea bilobata ( ay). Ortha .ea sercillei (Guer .) . Orthaea vinct a ( ay). Pectinophora gassy piella (Saund .) . Peregrinus maidis (Ashm.). Phlepsius utahnus Ball. Phyllotreta albionica (Lee.). Physonota attenuata Boh. Phytomyza sp. Pinnaspis minor ask. var. Placost ernus rlif]icilis ( hevr.). Plotynota stultana (Wlsm.). Platynota ~p.

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SERVICE ANTI REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS Country of origin and insects-Continued MEXICO-Continued. Platypus rugulosus Chapu.is. P leurophorus batesi Arr. P rodenia latifascia (Wlk.). Protop ulvi11aria pyrif ormis (Ckll.). Psallus seriatus (Reut.). Pseudococcus boninsis (Ku w.). Psila rosae Fab. Psych id. Ptychopoda bonif ata (Hlst.). Ptychopoda sp. P ulvinaria fioccifera (W estw .) . Pycnoderes quadrimaculatus G u e r . Pyroderces sp. Rhagoletis pomonella ('Valsb). Rhagoletis sp. Rhinacloa f orticornis Reut. caphytopius irr oratu.s (\ anD.). cirtothrips prosopis Hood. etomorpha insectella (F .) . , imulium virgatum Coq. isamnes contractus Dist. ixeonotus areolatu.s Kngt. enoma sp. Stephanoderes guatemalensis Hopk. trymon critola Hew. ylepta silicalis (Gn.). Taeniothrips simplex (Morison). Teleonem ia nigrina Champ. Tel eonemia sorupulosa Champ. Temnochila metallica Perch. Tetral eurode s acaciae (Quaint.) . Tineid. Tortricid. Traxus f ulvu s fetc. Tri aleurodes varia Q. & B. Trionymus sacchari (Ckll. ) . Trogo xylon prostomoides Gorh. Trypetid. Vanduzea la eta segmentata (Fowl.). Vilqa mexicana Di t. Xyleborus affinis Eichh. X yleborus confu us Eichh. Xyle1 JOTUS fu.scatus Eichh. Xyleborus torquatus Eicbb. Zabrotes su/Jfasciatus (Bob.). MORO CO: Ceutorhynchus sp. Exosoma lusitanica L. Psylliodes chrysocephala (L.). TETHERLA~D : Aqromyza sp. Allantus cinctus (L.) . Amphorophora azaleae 1fason. Apion pomonae (F.). B arathra brassicae (L.). Brachyrhinus p. Bruchus affinis Frob. Bruchus lu!.eicornis Ill. Callosobruch1.ts ademptus harp. Ceutorhynchus pleurostigma (Marsh.). Ceutorhynchus p . Endrosis lacteella ( chlff .) . Eumerus p. Forficula auricularia L. Frankliniella tenu'icornis (Uzel ) . Gracilia minuta ( F .) . Hofmannophila pseudospretella (Staint.). Merodon p . }1[yelcphilus minor Hartig. Phyllotr eta undulata (Kutsch.). P hytomyza p. P sila rosae (F.). itona lineata L. Tineid. Stephq,noderes hampei Ferr. T,ionymus peregrinus (Green). EWFO .L DLAKD: Olethreutid. Tortricid. EW ZEAL.A. -D: Eriosoma crataegi (Oe, tL). Taeniothrips simplex ( ~:t:orison). .L ICARAG A: Acanthoscelides dominicanus Jek. L aemophloeus iteratus harp. Platypus rugulosus Chapu.is. ICARAG A-Continued. X yleborus fuscatus Eichh. XylelJorus propinquus Eichh. OR-WAY: P ityogenes chalcographus ( L.). PALE TIKE: Ceratitis sp. P arlatoria cinerea Hadden. PA A 1A: A mblycerus nigroma r ginatu s (Mots.) . Anastrepha sp. Aspidiotus destructor ign. Cephaloleia pretiosa Baly. D actylosternum centrale harp. D iaphania p . Eumeco somyia nubila Wied. Frankliniella cephalica (Crawf.). Ful11ius quadristellatus ( tal). Furcaspis biformis (Ckll.). L eucaspis cockerelli deOharm. Platypus rugulo us Cbapuis. Taeniothrips simplex (~Iorison). Tapinoma melanocephalum (F.). Tortricid. PER : Dinoderus bifoveolatus oil. Taeniothrips simplex ( Iorison). PHILIPPI:\E : Anaphothrips orchidii (Moulton). Aspidiotus coryphae CkJl. Bito ma parallela ( harp). Corcyra cephalonica ( taint.). Curculio p. D iocalandra taiiensis Guer. Furcaspis biformis (Ckll.). Odonaspis penicillata Green. Orchidophilus aterrimus (Waterh.). Orchidophilu.s p. Parlatoria pseudaspidiotus Lindgr. Parlatoria ziziphus (Lucas). Pinnaspis tou;nsendi Ckll. Pseudaonidia curculiginis (Green). Pseudococcus lilacinus Ckll. POLAXD: Baris lepidii Germ. PORT GAL: Bruchus luteicornis rn. Bruchu.s tristiculus Fahr. Ceratitis capitata (~ried.). Ceutorhynchus sp. Curculio sp. Dac u oleae Gmel. Forficula auricularia L. Ir idomyrmex humilis fayr. Laspeyresia s plendana (Hbn.). Leucaspis loewi Cohee. PRIXCE EDWARD I LA D: T etraleurodes ursorum (CkJl.). PuERTO RICO: Anastrepha mombinpraeoptans Sein. Anastrepha suspensa (Lw.) . Coccus viridis (Green). Corcyra cephalonica ( taint.). Cylas formicarius (F.). Iaruca testulalis (Geyer). _\tfetamasius hemipterus L. Pectinophora gosspyiella ( aund.). Pinnaspis minor strachani Cooley. Reuteroscopus uvidus (Dist.). Taeniothrips simplex ( !orison). Tineid. To xotr11pana curvicauda (Gerst.). RU:YIA IA: Agromyza sp. Bruchus affinis Froh. Bruchu-s luteicornis Ill. Bruchus rufipes Hbst. ST. HELE A: L iothrips vaneeckei Pr. ST. K ITT : Setomorpha insectella (F .) . ST. I~CE_ 1': P alaeopus costicollis Marsh . T argionia hartii (Ckll.). SA L ADOR: Platypus rugulosus Chapuis. Xyleborus propinquus Eichh. 53

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54 BUREAU OF ENTOMOLOGY AND PLANT QUARANTINE1 Country of origin and insects-Continued SCOTLAND: Bruchus luteicornis Ill. Ceutorhynchus pleurostigma Marsh. Ceutorhynchus sp. Forfic1.1la auricularia L. Gelechia ericetella (Hbn.). Hofmannophila pseudospretella (Staint.). Micrelus ericae Gyll. Myzus ornrztus Laing. Olethreutid. Orthotylus virens (Fall.). Psila rosae (F.). R.~inocola ericae Curt. Taeniothrips atratus (Hal.). Taeniothrips ericae (Hal.). Tortricid. Ulopa reticulata (F.). SOUTH AMERICA: Eurytoma orchidearum (Westw.). Vinsonia stellifera (Westw.). SOUTHWEST AFRICA: Chionaspis humilis Brain. SPAIN: Bruchus luteicornis Ill. Ceratit1s capitata (Wied.). CP.u. torhynchus sp. Forficula auricularia L. Parlatoria ziziphus (Lucas). STRAITS SETTLEMENTS: Aspidiotus destructor Sign. Parlatoria pseudaspidiotus Ldgr. Pseudaonidia tesserata ( deCharm.). SWEDEN: Acrolepia assectella (Zell.). Ceutorhynchus pleurostigma (l\t[arsh.). Ceutorhynchus sp. Pityogenes chalcographus (L.). Trypetid. SWITZERLAND: Acalypta musd (Sehr.). Bruchidius villosus (F.). Lecanium coryli (L.). Tortricid. Trypetid. SYRIA: Bruchus erd Frol. TAIWAN: Parlatoria ziziphus (Lucas). TANGANYIKA: Coccotrypes pygmaeus Eichh. Stephanoderes hampei Ferr. THAILAND: Olethreutid. Orchidophilus sp. TONGA ISLAND: Setomorpha insectella (F .) . TRINIDAD: Acanthoscelide.s armitagei (Pie.). Anastrep_ha serpentina (Wied.). Anastrepha sp. Aspidiotus spinosus Comst. Asterolecanium aureum Bdv. Aulacaspis mangiferae Newst. Coccus viridis (Green). Dercynus micronyx Champ . • TRINIDAD-Continued. Enscepes postfasciatus Fairm. Furcaspis biformis (Ckll.). Leptostylus testaceus Frol. Parlatoria cineria Hadden. Parlatoria pseudaspidiotus Ldgr. Phelomerus aberrans (Sharp). Pinnaspis minor strachani Cooley. Pulvinaria fioccifera (Westw.). Puto barberi (Ckll.). Targionia hartii (Ckll.). Tenthecoris bicolor Scott. Tineid. Vinsonia stellifera (Westw .) . TURKEY: A ndricus gland ium Gir. Callirhytis glandulosa Weld. Merodon sp. Tineid. UNION OF SOUTH AFRICA: Antliarhinus zamiae Thunb. Asterolecanium stentae Brain. Caryedon sp. Ceratitis sp. Dacussp. Diaspis zamiae (Morg.). Frankliniella sch ult zei Tryb. Haplothrips nigricornis Bagn. Olethreutid. Phlyctinus callosus Boh. Taeniothrips fumosa Tryb. Taeniothrips simplex (Morison). Trypetid. VENEZUELA: Asterolecanium aureum (Bdv.). Aulacaspis mangiferae Newst. Chrysomph.alus umboniferus N ewst. Coccus viridis (Green). Conchaspis angraeci Ckll. Diaphania sp. Epinotia opposita Hein. Eurytoma orchidearum (W estw .) . Exptochiomera tumens (Stal). Fulviussp. Furcaspis biformis (Ckll.). Heraeus cincticornis Stal. Iridomyrmexiniq uus Mayr. Mordellistena cattleyana Champ. Phytomyza sp. Psychid. Sinoxylon conigerum Gerst. Tenthecoris bicolor Scott. Tineid. Tortricid. Vinsonia stellifera (W estw .) . Zophobas morio (F.). WALES: Ceutorhynchus sp. WEST AFRICA: Cy las f emoralis Faust. Cylas puncticollis Boh. YUGOSLAVIA: Brachylacon murinus L. ZANZIBAR: Pseudaonidia trilobitif ormis (Green).

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SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS 55 List of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1939 , to June 30, 1940, inclusive [All findings marked -;-rith an asterisk indicate State inspection] Pest and host Country of origin Number of intercep tions in-0 b.O 0 Collected in-----------------------------------------------DISEASES Acrospeira mirabilis: Castanea mollissima (hairy Japan_____________________ ____ ____ 1 ________ Wash. chestnut). Alternaria citri: Citrus 11obilis (king orange) __________ do _____________________ ____ ____ ____ ____ 1 Wash. Citrus sinensis (orange)_________ China_____________________ ____ ____ 1 ________ Wash. Alternaria dianthi: Dianthus sp ____________ ________ England______________________ 1 ____________ D. C. Alternaria fascic ulafa (?): Lycopersicum esculentum (to-Cuba_____________________ 1 ________________ Fla.• mato). Alternaria mali: Matus sylvestris (apple) _________ Mexico____________________ ____ ____ 1 ________ Tex. Anguina tritici: Triticum aesfivum (wheat) ______ Afghanistan, Iran _________ 19 ____ 1 ________ D. C. Aphelenchoides fragariae: Aco11itum nepellus bicolor_______ etberlands________ _______ 1 ________________ D. C. Convallaria majalis Oily-of-theGermany, Netherlands ____ 5 ________________ N. Y. valley). Aphelenchoides hunti: Alstroemeria sp _ ________________ England__________________ ____ 1 ____________ D. C. lpomoea batatas (sweetpotato) __ Sierra Leone______________ 1 __ __ ____________ Pa. Aphelenchoides parietinus: Aglaonema sp _________________ _ Allium sativum (garlic) ________ _ Cattleya gigas (orchid) _________ _ Convallaria majalis Oily-of-thevalley). China ____________________ _ Ru.mania _________________ _ Colombia ________________ _ Denmark, Germany _____ _ 1 --------------2 1 2 N.Y. N. Y. N. Y. N.Y. Cymbopogon citratus Oemon-Java__________________________ 1 ____________ D. C. grass). Cymbopogon nardus (citronella_____ do_____________________ ____ 1 ____________ D. C. grass). Frit illaria imperialis (crown Netherlands_______________ 1 ________________ N. Y. imperia l). Galanthus sp. (snowdrop) ___________ do_____________________ 1 _ ______________ _ Gladiolus sp _________________________ do_____________________ 1 _______________ _ Gloxinia _____________________________ do_____________________ 1 _______________ _ Lili'um tenuifolium (coral lily) _______ do_____________________ 2 _______________ _ Lilium sp. (lily) ________________ France ____________________ 1 _______________ _ Narcissus sp____________________ etherlands_______________ 3 _______________ _ Solanum tuberosum (potato)____ orway___________________ ____ ____ ____ ____ 1 Xanthosoma sp. ( m alanga) _____ Cuba_____________________ 2 ______ ___ ______ _ Zingiber officinale (ginger) ______ China, Cuba______________ 4 _______________ _ Aphelenchoides subtenuis: Mass. D.C. N.Y. N.Y. N.Y. N. Y., Pa. N. Y. N.Y. N.Y. Allium neapolitanum___________ Netherlands ______ c_________ 1 ____ ____ ____ ____ D. C. Narc issus sp _________________________ do_____________________ 1 ________________ N. Y. Aphelenchus avenae: A Ilium sativum (garlic)_________ Ru.mania _________________ _ Chionodoxa sp_ _ ___ _ _ _ _ ___ _ __ _ _ _ Netherlands ______________ _ Crocus sp ___________________________ do ____________________ _ Fritillaria imperial is (crown im_____ do ____________________ _ perial). 2 -------------1 1 1 N. Y. N.Y. N. Y. N. Y. Solanum tuberosum (potato) ____ Norway___________________ ____ ____ ____ ____ 1 N. Y. Apiosporella rhodoph ila: Rosa chinensis manettL _________ Ireland____________________ 1 ________________ N. Y. Aplanol-iacter michiganense: Lycopersicum esculentum (toMexico____________________ 7 ____ 42 ________ 'l'ex. mato). Aschersonia cubensis: Zamia latifoliata ________________ Puerto Rico_ -------------____________ 1 ____ N. Y. Aapergillus alliacws: Muscaricomosum (cipollino) ____ Morocco__________________ 2 ________________ N. Y. A,pugillus jlavus: Vigna sinens is (cowpea) ________ Cuba_____________________________ 1 ________ Fla.• Aspergillus glaucus: Persea americana (avocado) ____ Mexico____________________________ 1 ___ _____ Tex. Bacterium campestre: Brassica oleracea capitata (cabbage). Japan ____________________________________ _ 1 Pa.

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56 BUREAU OF ENTOMOLOGY AND PLANT QUARANTINE List of pests collected and rep&rted from July 1, 1939, to June 30, 1940, inclusive-Continued [All findings marked with an asterisk indicate State inspection] Pest and host Country of origin Num bcr of intcreep tion~ in-0 bD r... 0 Collected in-_, _____________ -----------------------------DISEASES-continued Bacterium citri: Citrus aura'l?lifnlia Oime) ....... India, Philippines ........................ . 2 Mass. , Pa. Citrus grandis (ponielo)...... . . . China, Straits Settlements, .... . ... 1 ... . Thailand. 3 Mct., N. Y., Pa. Wash. Citrus grandis (shaddock) ...... Java . . .... ...........•.................... J Mass. Citrus limonirl. (lemon). ........ Java, Spain(?) ........................... . Citrussinensis (orange) ......... Japan ................................. 4 Mass.,N. Y.,Pa 6 Calif.,* Md., Pa. Ba. cterium hyacinthi: I-Jwicirithus sp .............. -.. . Bacterium phaseoli: Phaseolus sp. (string bean) .... _. Bacterium pisi.. . . . . Pisum srrtivum (pea) ... --Bacterium punctilarts: Lycopersicum esculentum (to milto). Botrytis allii: Allium cepa (onion).---Botryti.c; galanth1na: Galanthus elwesii (giant snowdrop). Netherlands. ___ ... _._ ..... 1 ........ ---Mexico --------------(3 --Japan, Mexico .. ----------5 .. 1 Mexico .•. -------11 --------------Mexico, PortueaL.----1 ---12 --2 Netberlands .. . . __ -.. _ ... 1 ---------------Wash. Mass. Tex. Pa., Tex. Ariz. Ariz., Tex. N.Y. N. Y. Galanthus r,ivulis (snowdrop) __ . Netherlands, Turkey--90 1 ----Mass., Mich., N. Botrytis narcissicola: Y., Pa. Narcissus SP ------Netherlands.------41 Botrytis t ulipae: Mass., N. Y. Tulipa sp. (tulip) .... ---..... do ...... ----4 Cephalobus persegnis: Xanthosom'L SP-----------Cuba ... ----------Ceph a losporium lecanii: Coccus acuminatus on gardenia ..... do_ ---------------1 --.... 1 leaf. Coccus viridis on coffee ____ -Coccus viridis on Gardenia fl,orida Coccus 1Jir i dis on lxora sp. _____ . Ceratostomella fimbriata: Colombia, Cuba, Puerto --2 Rico. Cuba_-------------Trinidad---------1 1 . . . 1 .... Mich., Wash. N.Y. Fla.* Fla.• Fla.* Fla.• Pa., Jpomoea ba. tatas (sweP.tpotato) _ . . Japan, Mexico, St. Vincent -----2 -. 1 Mass., Tex. Wash. Cercospora althneina: G ossypium sp. (cotton) .. -...... Mexico---------2 --Tex. Hibisws syriocus (?)_--------..... do ------1 Tex. Cercospora anqreci: Odontoglossumsp. (orchid) ..... England------4 .... ---D. C. Cerco~por_a atricincta: Zinnia SP-------Mexico .............. .......... -1 -... . Tex. Cercospora handeli: Azaleti indica (azalea) ___ . . ..... Bel gium_............... . . 6 .... --..... ... D. C. Cercospora ipomoeae: Ipomoea pescaprae.---Mexico .. ---........ 1 -.... Tex. Cercospora musae: Musa sp. (banana) ............ . Colombi a , Cuba, Qua15 . ... . ... Mass., N. Y., temala, Honduras, Tex., Wash. Mexico. Cer c o s pora rhododendri: Rhododendron SP----Canada ____ -1 ........ Wash. Cerco~por _ a zinniae: Zinnia sp ------Mexico ............ ...... .. -.... 1 .... --Tex. Cercos porella euonymi : Euonymus SP Japa n __ __ ------.... 1 .... Wash. Chrysomy:ra rhododendri: Rhododendron SP----Switzerland ...... ----2 ... ..... D. C. Cladosporium cucumerinum: Cucumis sativus (cucumber) ... . Cuba ___ ----1 --.. .. --.... Fla.• Cla v iceps paspali: Paspalum SP-----Colombia. -1 -... . --N. Y. Coleos por ium campanulae: Campanula sp----England .... . ----1 -D. C.

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SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS 57 l,ist of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1939 to June 30, 1940 inclusive-Continued [All findings marked with an asterisk indicate StatC' inspection] Number of intercep tions in-Pest and host Country of origin Collected in-0 b.O 0 03 ;g -----------------------------------------DISEASES-continued Coleosporium solidaginis: Aster sp ________________________ Canada___________________________ 1 _______ _ Y. Colletotrichum cajani: Cajanus indicus (pigeon pea) ___ Puerto Rico_______________ ____ ___ _ 3 ________ N. Y. Colletotrichum destructivum: Medicago sativa (alfalfa)_ _______ Mexico____________________________ 1 _ _______ Tex. Colletotrichum f alcatum: Saccharum officinarum (sugar-Cuba, Mexico_____________ ____ ____ 3 cane). I ____ Fla.,*Tex. Colletotrichum graminicolum: Grass_-------------------------Arabia____ ________________ 1 _______________ _ Y. Colletotrichum hedericola (?): Hedera sp. (ivy) ________________ Mexico____________________ ____ ____ 1 ________ Tex. Colletotrichum lagenarium: pe~~J~um(v~~~ itable-f;;!~~~~~~================ :::: =~== :::: ==== ~Mb. marrow). Sechium edule (cbayote)________ Cuba. ____________________ ---____ ____ ____ 1 Tex. Colletotrichum macrosporum: Brassiri caudata (orchid)_ _______ Dominican Republic_________ _____ 1 ________ D . C. Cymbidium , finlaysoniar,um Philippines_______________ ____ ____ 1 ________ Calif.* (orchid). Colletotrichum orchidearum: Cattle'Jia gigas (orchid) __________ Colombia ________________ _ Cattleya trianae (orchid) _____________ do ____________________ _ Odontoglossum sp. (orchid ) ___ ._ England _________________ _ Oncidium cavendishianum (or-Guatemala _____________ ._ chid) . 2 -1 1 1 Calif.,* .Y. Wash. Calif.* Oncidium krameriar,um (orColombia_________________ 1 ________________ Calif.* cbid). Oncidium sp. (orchid) _______________ do ____________________ _ Orchid _______________ _______________ do ____________________ _ Stanhopea sp. (orchid) __________ Mexico ___________________ _ Colletotrichum phomo1rfe3: 1 ---1 1 Calif.* Y. Calif.* Lvcopersicum e3culwtum (toCuba, Mexiro___ __ ________ 1 ____ n ____ ____ La., Tex mnto). Physalfa sr>. (husk tomato) _____ Mexico____________________ ____ ____ 1 _______ _ Tex. CollPt0trfrhum 1>is1: Pisum s,,tfrum (pefl) _______________ do_____________________________ ,t:. ________ T~x. Colletotrichum stanhopea e: Lycaste sp. (orchid)_ ________________ do_____________________ 1 ___________ _____ D. C. Stanhope,, sp. (orchid) _______________ do___ ____ ______ ____________ 1 ____________ D. C. Co~letotnchum truncatum: Phaseolus iu,1.atus macrocnrpus Cuba. _______ .____________ 1 ______________ ~-1 . Y. tllma bean). Coryneum l,eijerinckii: Ami,,1dril1i.~per sica(peacb) ______ Italy ______________________________________ 1 Mas~. Corynfum foliicolum: Pyrus comm unis (pear) _________ Franre___________________ _ ____ ____ 1 _______ . r . Y. Cor;:neurn microstictum: Kerriajaponi~ n (kerria) ________ Japan_____________________ 1 _______________ _ Wash. Rosa chinensis ma11ctti_ _________ heland_______________ _____ 1 _______________ _ !\. Y Crptospora longzsporo: Araucariii er.cdsa ( orfolk islanrl-pirn~). Cumminsiella sanguinea: ew Zealand _________________ _ 1 _______ _____ D. C. Mahonh sp ____________________ Italy______________________ 1 _________ _______ D. C. Cylinrlrosporium castanic;olum: Castanea sativa _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ ___ do _______ _ . _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 1 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ . T. y. Cylinclrosporium chrysanthemi: Chrvsanthemum sp _____________ Mexic: 1 ____________________________ :n ________ Tex. Cytospora amt.iens : Castanea sp. (chestnut)_ ________ Eng-lano, France, Itnly___ _ 3 ____ ____ ____ ____ . Y. Fagus s11lvrztica (European England__ ____ ___________ 1 ________________ .. Y. beech). Darluc,i filum: Holcus soryhum (sorghum)_____ foxico____________________ ____ ____ 1 ________ Tex. Secale cereale (rye) ______________ Portugal_______ ___________ 1 ______ __________ P a. . Y.

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58 , BUREAU OF ENTOMOLOGY AND PLANT QUARANTINE L1st of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1939, to June 30, 19 40, incl usive-Contin ued [All :findings marked with an asterisk indicate Stat.e inspection] Pest and host Country of origin Number of intercep tions in-0 bl) i... al 0 Collected in----------------------~-------------1--------DlSEA SE s-con tinued Diplodia tubericola: CollJcasia . e.'c-ulenta (taro L _____ _ Dioscorea sp. (yam) ___________ _ Ipomoea batatas (sweetpotato) __ "Afan ih ot e sculmta (cassava) . __ _ P~1. erari'l thunbergiana (kudzu) . Discosia artocreas: China_____________________ 1 _______________ _ West Africa_______________ ____ ____ ____ ____ 1 Argentina, M . exico, Peru, 1 ____ 1 ____ 3 Sierra Leone, Union of South Africa. Sierra Leone______________ 1 _______________ _ China_ ___________________ 1 _______________ _ Wash. P~. La., Pa., Tex. Pa. N.Y. Camelliajaponica (camellia) ____ Japan_____________________ 1 ________ --____ Wash. Ditylenchus dipsaci: Allium caeruleum ______________ Netherlands___ ____________ 1 ____ ---____ --Allium cepa (onion) ____________ England __________________________ -------1 Amaryllis formossissima _______ _ Netherlands_______________ 1 --------------Chionodoxalucilae (glory-of-the_____ do _____________________ 12 ____ ----_______ _ snow). D.C. N.Y. D. C. N. Y. Chionodoxa sardensis _________________ do_____________________ l ____ ------__ ---Pa. Contiallaria majalis (lily-of-the-Germany, Netherlands____ 2 ---------------N. Y. vallev,. Hy'lcifl,thus sp________________ France, Netherlands______ 8 ---------------Iris sp __________________________ Netherlands _______________ 94 1 ----------M u,~cari sp. ___________________ . _____ do____________________ fl _______________ _ Narcissn.~ sp ______________ ----_____ do____________________ 1 1 ---------Scillasibiri<~a (Siberian squill) _______ do ____________________ ---1 ----------N.Y. D. 0., Wash. N.Y. D.C.,N.Y. D.C . N.Y. ... ~cilla sp __________________ -_____ do_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 3 _ -Solar1um tu,buosum (potato) _ ___ Enirland __________________ --------------1 '!'ex. Tigridiasp _____________________ Netherlands ______________ 7 3 ----------D. C. Ditylenchus intermedius: Xanthosoma sp _________________ Cuba_____________________ 1 -------____ ---N. Y. Elsinoe austrulis: Citrus sinensfa (orange) ________ Brazil _____________________ ------------____ 2 N. Y. Epichloe typ.hina: Festuca sp. (fescuc) ____________ Arabi!'\____________________ 1 --------------N. Y. Epicoccum nigrum: Capsicum annuum (pepper). ___ Mexico_ __________________ 2 ---1 -------Ariz. Erinose: Acer pseudoplatanus (sycamore England __________________ ---------------l N.Y. maple). Betulrl sp. (birch) ______________ Poland _ ___________________ -------1 -------N. Y. Unidentifiert leaL _ ____________ . Guatemala________________ 1 --------------Mass. Erysiphe cichoracearum: Cucur/Jita pepo (pumpkin) _____ Mexico ___________________ -------Dahlia sp _ _ . ______ ____ . do ___________ . _ _ Tagetes fiurida (marigold) ___________ do _________ ~------------------Zinnia sp _ . ___ _____________ -_____ do _______________ _ -__ 2 -------1 1 1 Erysiphe polygoni: Cuminum cyminum ____________ Malta______________________ 1 ----____ --------Pisum -'tativum (pea) ___________ France, Me.xico___________ 2 --21 ----1 Soja max (soybean) ____________ Japan _________________________ -----------l Tex:. Tex. Tex. Tex. N.Y. Ariz., N. Y., Tex. Md. Eutypa bambusina: Bamboo .. ____________________ Dutch East Indies________ 1 ----____ -------N. Y. Fusiclar!ium depres.mm: Foe-niculum vulgare (fennel) ____ Italy______________________ 1 ____ ____ ____ 2 N. Y. Fu. ~irladium eriobotryae: Eriobotryr.,japoni c a (loquat) _________ do____________________________ 1 ____ 1 N. Y. Fusicocc'ltm microspermum: Terminalia catappa (tropical Puerto Rico __________________________ _ 1 Y. almond). Fusicnccum quercinum: Q uerwssp __ __________________ Germany _________________ 1 ________ ------D. 0. Gibbl!re lla sn.u!Anetti: 'l'ritir.um aestivum (wheat)_ _____ Engl:md __________________ 1 ________________ N. Y. Gloeosporium cattle!,'ae: Crzttley(I, gaskdliana (0rchid) ____ Venezuela______ _______________ ____ 1 . . -----Cata e ya gi(Ja/S (orchid) __________ Colomhia _________________ 1 _ _ _ _____ _ ______ _ TY. Calif.* ' Y. Cattlel/fJ mos s iae (0rchid) _______ Venezurla _ _ ___________ _ _ _ _ ____ _ ___ 1 ______ _ Cattleyapersivaliann (orchid) ____ _ ____ do __ . __________ _ _ ___________ ___ 1 ________ ~TY. Cattley,i skirmeri (orchid) _ ___________ do____________________ ____ ____ 1 ____ ____ T Y. Gloeos[lorium crocatum: PedilrYnthussp _ ______ __________ Mexico _ _ _____________________ 1 -----------Calif.*

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SER ICE A1 D REGULATORY ANNOUNCEME TTS 59 List of pests collected and reported from July 1 1939, to June 30 1940 inclusive-Continued [All finding marked with an asterisk indicate , tnte inspection] Pest and host Country of origin Number of interceptions inUI (l) s... 0 -..a> U) Collect0d in-_______________ , ____________ , __ ------__ , _______ _ DISEA ES-continued Gloeospnrium !'ymbidii: Cymbidiu , m sp. (orrhid) _______ _ Japan ____________________ _ 1 ________________ Calif.• Gloeaspnriu.m fru.ctiq_enurn: Jvl tJlus syltiestris (apple) _______ _ Pyrus communi.1t (pear) _______ _ Gloeosporium laeliae: Laelia anceps (orchid) _________ _ Gloeosporium musarum: Musa paradisiaca (plantain) ___ _ Musa sp. (banana) ____________ _ Gloeosporium odontoglossi macro spora: Ireland __________________________ _ 1 --------France ____________________ --------1 --------Mexico ___________________ _ Cuba _____________________ _ Co ta Rica, Ecuador, Mexico, Puerto Rico . 2 ----------------1 --------------5 ----19 ----1 Odontoglossumspp. (orchid) ____ Colombia_________________ 1 _______________ _ Gloeosporium orchidearum: Orchid _________________________ Brazil, Colombia__________ 2 Gloeosporium psidii: 2 --------Psidium guajava (guava) _______ Mexico____________________ ____ ____ 1 _______ _ Glomerella cincta: Cattleya sp. (orchid) ____________ Belgium , Colombia_______ 2 1 ___________ _ Orchid _________________________ Venezuela_________________________ 1 _______ _ Glomerella gossypii: Gossypiumsp. (cotton) (boll) ___ Mexico____________________________ 1 Guignardia aesculi: Aesculus sp. (horseche tnut) ___ . ova cotia ______________________ _ 1 Helminthosporium curtJulum: Capsicum annum (pepper) _____ Cuba______________________ 1 _____ __________ _ Helminthosporium oryzae: Oryza sativa (rice) ______________ Mexico ___________________ _ 1 ------------Hemileia oncid ii : T. Y. .Y. .Y. Pa., Tex., Wa Calif.• .Y. .Y. .Y. D. C. Oncidium sp. (orchid) __________ Brazil_____________________ 2 1 ___ _____ D. C. Hendersonia donacis: Arundo donax (giant reed) ______ Palestine__________________ 1 ____________ ----Heterodera marioni: Bryophyllum sp _______________ _ Daphne genkwa (lilac daphne) __ Nepenthes ventricosa ___________ _ Tabebuia ipe amarillo __________ _ Heterosporium allii: Jamaica ______________________ _ Japan ________________ ____ _ Philippines ______________ _ Brazil ____________________ _ 1 -------1 ------------1 ------------1 -------Allium satit}um (garlic) _________ Italy______________________ 1 _______________ _ Heterosporium echinulatum: Dianthus sp. (carnation) _______ Guatemala, Mexico __________ _ Ijuh1Ja vitrea: 3 -------Aglaonem,a sp __________________ China_____________________ 1 _______________ _ Kuehneola malvieola: Hibiscus syriacus (althea) _______ Mexico ___________________ _ Leptosphaeria musarum: 2 -------Musa sp., probably sapientum _ Colombia_________________ 1 _______________ _ Leptosphaeria rusci: Ruscus a.::uleatus (butchersItaly______________________ 1 _______________ _ broom). Leptothyrium macrothecium: Paeonia sp _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ France ___________________ _ 1 Leptothyrium pomi: Citrus sinensis (orange ) _________ Mexico____________________________ 1 _______ _ Malus sylvestris (apple) _________ Italy, pain_______________ ____ ____ ____ ____ 2 Leptothyrium rubi: Rubus sp _______________________ France________ ____________________ ____ ___ _ 2 Macrophoma oncidii: Orchid _________________________ Colombia____________________ _____ 1 _______ _ Macrosporium commune: Alltum cepa (on ion ) ____________ Mexico ____________________________ 28 _______ _ Macrosporium porri: Allium cepa (onio n ) _________________ do _____________________ ____ ____ 2 _ ______ _ Melampsor a ab1eti capraearum: alix sp. (?) _________________________ do_____________________ 1 _______________ _ Melampsora medu.sae: Populus P ---------------------Chile______________________ 1 ________ _ ______ _ Melanconium sacchari: .Y. Ala. Calif.• Calif.• D.C. .Y. Tex. Calif.• Tex. D . C. .Y. D.C. La. Pa. .Y. .Y. Tex. Tex. D.C. K.Y. Saccharum o[ficinarum (sugar Mexico, icrra Leone______ ____ ____ 10 cane). 1 ____ Pa., Tex.

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60 BUREAU OF ENTOMOLOGY AND PLANT QUARANTINE List of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1939, to June 30, 1940, inclusive-Continued [All findings marked with an asterisk indicate State inspection] Pest and host Country of origin Number of intercep tions in-0 b.O 1-. <:(l 0 Collected)n----------------------------------------------DISEASES-Continued Meliola penzigi : Ci t rus nobilis deliciosa (Mandarin orange). Microdiplodia palmarum: Chamaerops humilis ___________ _ Monilochaetes infuscans: Japan ____________________ _ 1 ---------------VVash. Italy _____________________ _ 1 ---------------N. Y. Ipomoea batatas (sweetpotato) __ Mycosphaerella citrulli na: Mexico ____________________ -------5 ____ ____ Tex. Benincasa hispida (hairy Cuba _____________________ _ 2 -------------squash). Cilrullus vulgaris (watermelon)_ Cuba, Union of South 3 ----------1 Africa. Cucumis melo (melon) _________ _ Netherlands, Venezuela _______ -------____ 2 Cucumis sativus (cucumber) ____ Cuba, Jamaica ____________ 41 ____ ____ 1 Cucurbita maxima (squash) _____ Cuba______________________ 3 _______________ _ Momordica balsamina (bal_____ do_____________________ 5 ____ ___________ _ sam-apple). Mo-mordica charantia (balsam_____ do _____________________ 15 ____________ ___ _ pear). Sechium edule (chayote) _______ _ Cuba, Italy, Jamaica, Portugal. Cuba __________________ --__ 2 2 1 ------Solanum melongena (eggplant)_ Mycosphaerella ly t hracearum: Punica granatum (pornegran-Puerto Rico _______________ ----1 ate ) . 4 N.Y. Md.,N. Y. N.Y. N.Y. N.Y. N.Y. N.Y. N. Y .. , Tex. N.Y. N.Y. Mycosphaerella musae: Musa sp. (banana) _ ____________ Brazil_____________________ 1 --------________ D. C. M ycospha.erella rosicola: Rosa sp _ _ _ _ _____________________ Bermuda __________________ --------1 ________ N. Y. Mycosphaerella rubi: Rub1.ts sp. (raspb e rry) _ _________ Mexico ____________________ -------1 _ _______ Tex. Mycosphaer e lla schoenoprasi: Allium Jist1.tlosum (Welsh Japan _____________________ ----------___ _ 3 Pa. onion). Alliumporrum (leek) _ _______________ do _____________________ ------------____ 2 La., Md. Allium sativum (garlic) _________ France _____________ _ _____ --------____ 2 N. Y. Mycosphaerella tulasnei: Triticum aestivum (wheat) ______ Portugal___________ _______ ____ 1 ----________ D. C. Myrianqium du.riaei: Scal e on orange ________________ _ Garden ia _ tl.orida (Cape-jasmine>)_ Levidvsaphes beck.ii 0n grape-Puerto Rico ______________ , ------____ 1 Mexico ____________________ 1 --------_______ _ Hondura-s _________________ -------____ 1 Pa. Tex. Fla.* fruit. Lepidosaphes beckii on tangelo __ Bahamas ______________________ --1 _ _______ Fla.• Nectria binotiana: Bamboo _ _ _ ______ _ _ _ ____________ France____ ________________ 1 ------________ D. C. Phnlaenopsis sp. (orchid) ____________ do _____________________ 1 ------________ D. C. Nectria cinnabarina : A cers ac charinum (silver maple) Canada___________________ 1 -------________ N. Y. Nectria diploa: Ischnaspis longirostrison Cuban Cuba __________________________ ---1 ________ Fla.* laur el. Lepidosaphes beckii on Chalcas ____ do __________________________ -------1 ____ Fla.* sp. L e pidosaphes b e ckii on Citrus sp. L e pidosaph e s beckii on grapefruit L ep tdosaphes beckii on l emon __ _ L e pidosaphes beckii on orange __ _ L e pi d osaphes beckii on tangelo _ Parlator i a pergandii on grapefruit. Selenasvidu s articulatus on gr ap efruit. S e lenaspidu s articulatus on o:-ange . _____ do _________________________ ----1 _______ _ Cuba, Honduras__________ 1 ----2 1 Cuba _ ___________________ ____ ____ 1 _______ _ Cuba, Haiti, Panama _________ ---5 1 1 Bahamas _________________ r ____ ----1 _ ______ _ Cuba___ __________________ 1 --------_______ _ Honduras __________________ ___ ------___ _ 1 Fla.* Fla. * Fla. * Fla. * Fla. * Fla.* Fla.* Panama _______________________ ------1 ____ Fla.* N igros pora ory zae: C itrns gran dis ( grape fruit) _ _ ____ Puerto Rico ___________________ ---1 ________ N. Y. Oidi u m e u o nymi J a por.ici: EuonymusJapo n ica ____ _ ________ Gre ece, Italy __________________ ---1 1 ____ N. Y. Oidium hort e n siae: J-Jydran g e a s p _______ ____________ England______________________ 1 --------D. 0 .

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SERVICE AND REGULA'"rORY ANNOUNCEMENTS 61 List of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1939 , to June 30, 1940, inclusive-Continued [All findings marked with an asterisk indicate State inspection] Pest and ho t Country of origin Number of intercep ti,ms in-0 r-.. ro 0 rn Q) r-.. 0 U1 Collcct0d in---------------------------,-----------------DISEASES-continu e d Oospora citri-aurantii: Citrus aurantifolia (lime) ....... Brazil, Cuba, Guatemala, 2 .... 2 .... 4 Pa., Tex. Haiti, Mexico. Citrus sinensis (orange) ....... Brazil. ................................ I .... Pa. Pana(Jrolaimus hy(Jrophil us : Nel'l.1,mbiumnelumbo (waterlily). Cuba..................... I .... .... .... .... N. Y. Pana(Jrolaimus ri(Jidus: Hyacinthus orientalis albulus France.................... I ................ N. Y. (Romafi hyacinth). Zin(Jiber officinalis (ginger) ...... Cuba..................... I ................ N. Y. Papulospora coprophila: Allium cepa (onion) ......... _ .. :Mexico ........... .... .... I ........ Tex. Gladiolus sp.-................... etherlands ............... 160 2 ............ D. C. Papulospora parasitica: Be(Jonia sp .......................... do..................... I .... .... .... .... . Y. Lilium henryi (Henry lily) .......... do..................... I .... .... .... .... . Y. Papulospora sp.: Allium cepa (onion) ............ Mexico.................... .... .... I ........ Tex. Peronospora pisi: Pisum sativum (pea) ............ England, Italy, Mexico........... I .... 2 . Y., Tex. Peronospora trifoliorum: Medica(Jo sativa (alfalfa) ........ Mexico ........ .:................... I ........ Tex. Pestalozzia coccolobae: Coccoloba uvifera (seagrape ) ..... Bermuda................ .......... I .... .... . Y. Pestalozzia compta: Rosa chinensis manetti .......... Ireland.................... I .... .... .... .... . Y. Pestalozzia macrotricha: Rhododendron sp ............... England.................. I ................ D. C. Pestalozzia neo lecta: Euonymus sp .................. Japan..................... .... .... .. .. I .... Wash. Pestalozzia palmarum: Pandanus sp. (screwpine) . ..... Philippines............... I ................ Calif.* Sabal sp. (palmetto) ... . ........ Virgin Islands..................... I .... .... . Y. Pestalozzia rhododendri: Azalea sp ...................... B elgium.................. I ................ D. C. Rhododendron sp ............... England...................... I .......... .. Calif.* Pezizella lythri: Paeonia m011tan ................ Japan..................... 2 1 . ........... Wash. Paeoniasujfruticosa ................. do ........................ 4 ............ Wash. Phleospora multimaculans: Ju(Jlans sp. (walnut). .......... Mexico.................... .... .... 6 ........ Tex. Phlyctaena ranunculacearum: Paeonia moutan var. ........... Japan..................... I ................ Calif.• Phoma betae: Beta vulgaris (beet) ............. Mexico.................... 3 .... I ........ Tex. Phoma citricarpa: Citrus nobilis deliciosa (Man Japan..................... I ................ Wash. darin oranrre). Citrus sinensis (orange ) ......... Australia.................. .... .... .... .... I Wash. Phoma conigena abieticola: Picea excelsa ( orway spruce).. Germany ........................ . Phoma lingam (?) : 1 -----N. Y. Brassica oleracea capitata (cabMexico ........................... . bage). 3 --------Tex. Phoma pomi: Malus sylvestris (apple) ...•..... Mexico ........................... . Phomtt tenuis: 2 -------Tex. Camelliajaponica (camellia) .... Japan..................... 2 ................ Calif.*, Wash. Phomopsis capsici: Capsicum annuum (pepper) .... Cuba_.................... 3 ................ N. Y. Phomopsis perniciosa: Prunus subhirtella sendaica ..... Netberalnds............... 1 ................ N. Y. Phomopsis prunorum: Prunus laurocerasus (cherryFrance.................... 1 ................ N. Y. laurel). Phragmidium rosae•acicularis: Rosasp ........................ Canada ........................... I ........ Wash. Phyllachora cynodontis: Cynodon dactylon (BermudaIndia...................... I ................ N. Y. grass).

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62 BUREAU OF ENTOMOLOGY AND PLANT QUARANTINE List of pests collected and reported from July 1 , 1939, to June 30, 1940, inclusive-Continued [All findings marked with an asteric;k indicate State inspection] Pest and host DISEASES-continued Phyllachora graminfa: Country of origin Number of intercep tions inCollected in----------------------Grass __________________________ Mexico ____________________ 1 ________________ N. Y. Phyllachora gratissima: Persea americana (avocado) ____ Mexico____________________ ____ ____ 1 ________ Tex. Phyllachora trifolii: Trifoliumsp. (clover) __________ Arabia ____________________ 1 ________________ N. Y. Phyllactinia corylea: Robinia sp. (locust) ____________ Mexico____________________________ 1 ________ T ex. Phyllosticta antirrhini: Antirrhinum majus (snap dragon). Phyllosticta camelliaecola meranen sis: Cuba ________________________________ -___ _ 1 N.Y. Camelliajaponica (camellia) ____ Japan_____________________ 1 _____ ___________ Calif.• Phyllost icta gladioli: Gladiolus sp ____________________ Mexico____________________ ____ ____ 1 ________ Tex. Phyllosticta nigro-maculans: Orchid ______________________________ do ____________________ 1 ________________ Tex. Phyllost icta phaseolina: Phaseolus sp. (st ring bean) _____ Cuba________________ _____ 1 ________________ N. Y. Phyllostic ta ruscicola: Ruscus aculeatus (butchersItaly______________________ 2 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ Pa. broom). Ruscus sp . _ _________________________ do____________________ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 1 _ _ _ _ N. Y. Phyllosticta stanhopeae: Stanhopea sp. (orchid) __________ Mexico___________________ 1 __________ ______ Calif.* Physalospora camptospora: Oncidium sp. (orchid) _________ Colombia_____ ____________ 1 ________________ Calif.• Physalospora cattleyae: Cattleya sp. (orchid) ____________ Guatemala________________ 1 ________________ Calif.• Physalo spora japonica: Camelliajaponica (camellia) ____ Japan_____________________ 1 _ _______________ Calif.* Physalospora rosicola: Rosasp ________________________ New South Wales _________ 1 ________________ Calif.• Phytoph thora phaseoli: Pha seolussp. (string bean) _____ Mexico _ ______ ____________________ 8 ________ Ariz. Phytoph thora terrestria: Lycopersicum esculentum (to mato). Plasmod iophora brassicae: Cuba, Mexico _____________ 40 ________________ Ariz.,Fla.•,N.Y. Brassica rapa (turnip) __________ France, Japan_____________ ____ ____ ____ ____ 3 N. Y., Pa., Wash. Pleospora herbarum: Citrus sinensis (orange) _________ ItalY-------------------~____ ____ 1 ________ N. Y. Podo nectria coccicola (?): Lepidosaphes beckii on orange _ _ _ BraziL _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 1 _ _ _ _ Fla.• Pratylenchus pratensis: Colocasia esculenta ( dasheen) __ _ Convallaria majalis (]ily-of-the valley). Dioscorea sp. (yam) ___________ _ Solanum tuberosum (potato) ___ _ Pseudope ziz a medicaginis: Jamaica___________________________ 1 _______ _ Denmark, Germany, 7 _______________ _ Netherlands. Antigua, Jamaica _________________ 3 _ _ _ ____ _ Mexico, Norway__________ ____ ____ 1 1 N.Y. N.Y. N.Y. N. Y., Tex. Medicago sativa (alfalfa) ________ Mexico___________________________ 1 ________ Tex. Trifolium repens var. (sham-Ireland _______________________ 2 ____ ____ ____ . Y. rock) . Pseudope ziz a trifolii: Trifolium sp. (clover) _______________ do________________________ 2 ___________ _ Puccinia allii: Allium sativum (garlic) ________ _ Puccinia buxi: Argentina,Belgium, Chile, Egypt, France, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Netherlands, Portugal, Ru.mania, Spain, Turkey, Uruguay. 62 1 2 _ _ _ _ 53 .Y. .Y. Buxus sp. (box) ________________ Ireland_______________________ 2 ____________ Mass., Wash. Puccinia cesatii: A ndropogon annulatus _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ Egypt ___________________ . _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 1 N. Y. Puccinia chrysanthemi: Chrysanthemum sp _____________ Mexico _ __________________________ 15 ________ Calif., Tex.

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SERVICE Al~ REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS 63 List of pests collected and reported from July 1 , 1939, to June 30, ! 940: inclusive-Continued [All findin~s marked with an asterisk indicate State inspection] Pest and host Country of origin umbe r of intercep tions in-0 CD 0 Collected in--------------•---------,---------------------DISEASES-continued Puccinia gentianae: Gentiana clusiL ________________ Switzerland_______________ ____ 1 Puccinia heterospora: A nod.asp _ _____________________ Mexico___________________ 1 1 --------Puccinia magnnsiana: Phragmites communis _ _________ Italy______________________ 1 Puccinia ornithogali-thyrsoides: Ornithogalum thyrsoides (chin-Union of South Africa ____________ _ 1 kericbee ). Puccinia phragmitis Phragmites communis (reed grass). -etherlands ______________ _ 1 ----------------Puccinia ptt , rpurea: Holc?U halepensis (Johnson Mexico____________________ 1 grass). Holc?U sorghum var. (broom_____ do_____________________ 1 2 corn). Holeu-s sorghum (sorghum) __________ do_____________________ 2 Puccinia schedonnardi: 7 Gossypium sp. (cotto n ) ______________ do ________________________ _ 1 Puccinia tageticola: • Tag etes fforida (ma rigold ) ____________ do _____________________________ 2i Pucciniopsis caricae; Garica papaya (papaya) _______ _ Ravenelia ingae: Colombia, Cuba, Honduras, Jamaica, Puerto Rico. 22 ___ _ 3 ----21 Ariz. Tex. Tex. Ariz. Tex. .Y. Inga vera _______________________ Guatemala________________ 1 ____ ____ ____ Mass. Rhabdi tis producta: Brassica rapa (turnip) __________ Italy______________________ ____ ____ ____ ____ 1 . Y. Rhizocto nia bataticola: Cucumis melo (me lon ) __________ Chile______________________ 5 ____ ____ ____ ____ . Y. Rhytisma acerinum: Acerpseudoplatanus(sycamore)_ England_____________________ ____________ _ 1 . Y. Acer sp _________________________ Denmark_________________ 1 ____ ____ ____ ____ . Y. Rotylenchus robustus: Convallaria majalis Oily-of-Denmark, etherlands__ _ _ 2 ____ __ __ ____ . Y. the-valley). clerotinia Jructigena: Afalus sylvestris (apple) _________ England__________________________________ 1 Prunus domestica (plum) _______ England, France, Italy________ ____ ____ ____ 3 Prunus sp. (cherry) ____________ England, Italy________________________ ____ 2 Sclerotinia minor: Cichonumintybus (witloof) _____ Belgium __________________ 15 ___ _ ____ ____ ____ . Y. Sclerotinia minutissima: Narcissus sp ____________________ etherlands_______________ 5 ____ ____ ____ ____ . Y. Sclerotinia narcissi: arcissus sp ___ ---------------_____ do_____________________ 5 ____ ____ ____ ____ . Y. Sclerotiopsis testudinea: Paeo nia moutan ________ ________ Japan_____________________ 2 _______________ _ Paeonia s11,ffruticosa _________________ do _________________________ 1 ___________ _ Sclerotium cepi,orum: Allium sativum (ga rlic ) _________ France, Italy______________ 1 ____ ____ ____ 1 . Y. Septomyxa persicina: echium edule (chayote) ________ Cuba_____________________ 1 ________________ Fla.• Septoria azaleae: Azaleaindica (azalea) __________ Belgium, etherlands_____ 6 1 1 ________ D. C. Septoria caricis m.ontanae: Carexmontana _________________ Sweden _______________________ 1 _____________ ..r. Y. Septor ia chrysanthemella: Chrysanthemum sp _____________ Bermuda, England_______________ _ 1 1 ____ . Y. Septoria citri: Citrus limonia Oemon) _________ Union of South Africa________ _____________ 1 . Y. Septor ia darrowii: Rubus sp. (blackberry) _________ Mexico____________________ ____ ____ 1 Septoria dianthi: Dianthus sp. (carnation) _______ _ Italy______________________________ 2 ____ ____ . Y. Septoria drummondi: Phlo:r drummondi_ ______________ Bermuda__________________________ 1 ____ ____ . Y . .Septoria e ndil:iae : Cichoriumfndfvia(escarole) ___ _ Italy _________ ____________________________ 1 . Y.

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64 BUREAU OF E NTOMOLOGY AND PLANT QUARANTINE List of pests cullected and reported from July 1, 1939, to June 30, 1940, inclusive-Continued [All .findings marked with an asterisk indicate State inspection] Pest and host DISEASES-continued Septoria gladioli: Country of origin Numher of inter<'C'P tions in-0 bD ,_ @ 0 C0l1ected in------------------------------Gladiolus sp . ------------------Mexico____________________ ____ ____ 1 ________ Ariz. Septoria hydrn,ngeae: Hydrangea sp ________________________ do_____________________ ____ ____ 2 ________ Tex. Septoria lactucae: Lactuca sativa (lettuce) _________ BraziL ___________________________ 7 __ __ ____ 1 N. Y. Septoria lycopersici: Lycopersicum esculentum (tomato) . ---------------------Mexico____________________ ____ ____ 1 ________ Tex. Septoria malvicola: Malva rotundijolia______________ Rumania__________________ ____ 1 ____ ____ ____ N. Y. Septoria nodorum: Triticum aestivum (wheat) ______ England__________________ 1 ________________ N. Y. Septoria origanicola majoranae: Origanum sp. (marjorum)______ Canada___________________ ____ ____ 1 ____ ____ Wash. Septoria pisi: Pisum sativum (pea) ___________ Portugal__________________________________ 2 N. Y. Septoria rubi: Rubus sp. (raspberry) __________ Mexico____________________ ____ ____ 1 ________ Tex. Septoria taraxaci: Tara xacum officinale (dandeItalY----------:-----------____ ____ ___ _ ____ 1 N. Y. lion). Sphaerotheca pannosa: Rosa sp . ------------------Cuba, Mexico_____________________ 5 ____ 1 Fla.*, Tex. Sporonema oxycocci: Vaccinium vitis-idaea (lingon Newfoundland ____________ ____ 1 ____________ Pa. berry). Stagonospora curtisii: Narcissus sp. ___________________ Netherlands_______________ 1 ___________ _____ N. Y. Stemphylium citri: Citrus nobilis deliciosa (ManJapan_ ____________________ 4 ____ ----________ Wash. darin orange). Citrus sinensis (orange) _________ China______________________ _______ 2 ________ Wash. Thiela v iopsis basicola: Gloxinia ________________________ Belgium__________________ 1 ____ ---_ _ ______ Mass. Till etia tritici: Triticum aestivum (wheat) ______ Mexico____________________ ___ _ ____ 4 __ ______ Ariz. Tilletia vulpiae: Fesiuca sp. (fescue) _____________ Syria ______________________ 1 _______________ _ N. Y. Transchelia pruni-spinosae: Amygdalus persica nectarina Chile______________________ 1 _____ ---____ ____ N. Y. (nectarine). Amygdalus persica (peach) _____ Chile, Mexico_________ ____ 1 1 ________ N. Y., Tex. Uredinopsis macrosperma: Pteridium aquilinum Mexico____ __________________ _______ 1 ________ Tex. (bracken). Uredo erythroxylonis: Erythro x ylon coca (coca) ________ Peru______________________ 1 ___ _ ---________ N. Y. Urocystis cepulae: Allinm cepa (onion) ____________ Italy______________________ 1 __________ ______ N. Y. Urocystis colchici: Colchicum sp. (autumn crocus)_ Netherlands__ ____________ 2 ------________ D. C. Ur ocy stis occu lta : Secale cereale (rye) _____________ Denmark_________________ 1 ----------------Md. Uromyces b etae: Betavulgariscicla (Swiss chard)_ Italy ___________________________ --------____ 1 N. Y. Uromyces dolicholi: Cajanus indicus (pigeon pea) ___ Cuba _________________________ ----1 ____ ----N. Y. Uromyces fabae: Viciafaba (fava bean) __________ Ttaly______________________ 1 ____ ---____ 1 Mass., N. Y. Uromyces lespedezae-procumbentis: Lespedeza buergeri_ _____________ Japan_____________________ ____ 1 ---____ ----Calif.* Lespedezaformosa alba ______________ do____________________ 1 ____ ---____ ----Wash. Lespedezaformosa albiftora ____________ do____________________ 4 ____ ----____ ---Wash. Uromyces striatus medicaginis: Medicago sativa (alfalfa) ________ Argentina, Mexico________________ 4 ____ 1 N. Y., Tex. Uromyces trifolii: Trifolium repens var. (sham-Ireland____________________ ____ 1 -----------N. Y. rock) Ustilago bromivora: Bromus tectorum ______ _________ Italy______ ________________ 1 -----------N. Y.

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SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS 65 List of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1939, to June 30, 19 40, inclusive-Continued [All findings marked with an asterisk indicate State inspection] Numher of intercrptions in-Pest and h1ost Country of origin ; U} Collected in<1) I-< Oil <1) 0 ' U} Oil ..... Oil I-< <1) ...... Oil ' I-< ,... ' ' ' ::; 0 0 P::i O' C/1 ----------DISEASES-continued Ustilago grandis: Phragmites communis (reedNetheralnds_______________ 2 ____ ____ ____ ____ N. Y. grass) Phragmites sp. _______________________ do____________________ 1 ________________ N. Y. Ustilago levis: Avena sativa (oat) ______________ Mexico____________________ _ _______ 2 ________ Tex. Ustilago vaillantii: Muscari comosum (cipollino) ___ Italy, Morocco_________ ___ 7 ________________ N. Y. Vermicularia capsici: Capsicum annuum (pepper)____ Cuba, Java_______________ 2 ____ ____ ____ 1 La., Md., N. Y. Vermicularia liliacearum: Iris germanica var. _____________ Australia, France_____________ 4 ____________ Calif.* Vermicularia trichella: Hedera helix (English ivy) ______ Norway___________________ ____ ____ ____ 1 ____ N. Y. Verticillium albo-atrum: Dahlia sp. ______________________ Netherlands_______________ ____ 1 ____________ D. C. Oloxinia ____________________________ do____________________ 1 ________________ N. Y. Gossypium sp. (cotton) _________ Mexico____________________ ____ ____ 1 ________ Tex. Virus, mosaic: Apium graveolens (celery) ______ Peru______________________________________ 1 N.Y. Ariz., Tex. Tex. __ Capsicum annuum (pepper) ____ Mexico ____________________ 150 ____ 8 _______ _ Cucurbita maxima (squash) __________ do___________________ __ ______ _ 2 _______ _ Lilium longifforum harrissii_ ____ Bermuda__________________ ____ ____ 3 _______ _ N.Y. Lycopersicum esculentum (toMexico____________________ ____ ____ 2 _______ _ Tex. mato) Virus, spotted wilt: Lycopersicum esculentum ____________ do____________________ 6 1 --------Ariz. Zygosporium oschioides: Palm ___________________________ Cuba_____________________ 1 ________________ N. Y. ACER: Hosts and diseases ALSTROEMERIA: Erinose (mite gall). Nectria cinnabarina (Ascomycetes). Rhytisma acerinum (Ascomycetes). ACONITUM: Aphelenchoides fragariae (Nematoda). AES CUL US: Guignardia aesculi (Ascomycetes). AGLAONEMA: Aphelenchoides parietinus (Nematoda). Ijuhya 1 , itrea (Ascomycetes). ALLIUM CAERULEUM: Ditylmchus dipsaci (Nematoda). ALLIUM CEPA: Botrytis allii (Deuteromycetes). Ditylenchus dipsaci (Nematoda). Macrosporium commune (Deuteromycetes). Macrosporium porri (Deuteromycetes). Papulospora coprophila (Deuteromycetes). Papulospora sp. (Deuteromycetes). Urocystis cepulae (Promycetes). ALLIUM FISTULOSUM: Mycosphaerella schoenoprasi (Ascomycetes). ALLIUM NEAPOLIT ANUM: Aphelenchoides subtenuis (Nematoda). ALLIUM PORRUM: Mycosphaerella schoenoprasi (Ascomycetes). ALLIUM SA TIVUM: Aphelenchoides parietinus (Nematoda). Aphelenchus avenae (Nematoda). Heterosporium allii (Deuteromycetes). Mycosphaerella schoenoprasi (Ascomycetes). Puccinia allii (Promycetes). Sclerotium cepivorum (Deuteromycetes). Aphelenchoides hunti (Nematoda). AMARYLLIS: Ditylenchus dipsaci (Nematoda). AMYGDALUS PERSICA: Coryneum beijerinckii (Deuteromycetes). Tranzschelia pruni-spinosae (Promycetes). AMYGDAL S PERSICA NECTARINA: 'l'ranzschelia pruni-spinosae (Promycetes). ANDROPOGON: Puccinia cesatii (Promycetes). ANODA: Puccinia heterospora (Promycetes). ANTIRRHINUM: Phyllosticta antirrhini (Deuteromycetes). APIUM: Mosaic (virus). ARAUCARIA: Cryptot-tpora longispora (Ascomycetes). ARUNDO: Hendersonia donacis (Deuteromycetes). ASTER: Coleosporium solidagi nis (Promycetes). AVENA: Ustilago Levis (Promycetes). AZALEA: Cercospora handeli (Deuteromycetes). Pestalozzi, rhododendri (Deuteromycetes) . Septoria a zaleae (Deuteromycetes). BAMBOO: Eutypa bambusina (Ascomycetes). Nectria binotiana (Ascomycetes). BEGONIA: Papulospora parasitica (Deuteromycetes).

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66 BUREAU OF ENTOMOLOGY AND PLANT QUARANTI N E Ho st s and di s e ases-Cont i n u e d BE INCASA: .1v.fycosphaerella citrn llina (Ascomycetes). BETA VULGARIS: Phoma betrie (Deuteromycetes). BET A VULG ARIS CIC LA: Uromyres betae (Promycetes). BETULA: Erinose (mite gall). BRA SIA-See Orchidaceae. BRASSICA OLF.RACEA C'AP I 'I'ATA: Bacterium campestre (Schizomycetes) . Phoma linqam (?) (Deuteromycetes). BRASSICA RAPA: Plasmodiophora brassicae (Myxomycetes). Rhabrlitis -producta ( ematoda). BROMUS: Ustilaqo bromfrora (Promycetes). BRYOPHYLLUM: Heterodera marioni (Nematoda). BUXUS: Puccinia buxi (Promycetes). CAJA US: Colletotrichum cajani (Deuteromycetes). Uromyces dolicholi (Promycetes). CAMELLIA: Discosia artocreas (Deuteromycetes). Phoma tenuis (Deuteromycetes). Phyllosticta camelliaecola (Deuteromycetes). Physalospora japonica (Ascomycetes). CA.l\IPA JUL : Coleosporium campanulae (Promycetes). CAP IC M: Epicoccum nigrum (Deuteromycetes). Helminthosporium curvulum (Deuteromycetes). Phomopsis capsici (Deuteromycetes). Vermicularia capsici (Deuteromycetes). Virus (mosaic). CAREX: Septoria caricis montanae (Deuteromycetes). CARICA: Pucciniop.~is caricae (Deuteromycetes). CASTANEA: Acrospeira mirabilis (Deuteromycetes). Cylindrosporium castanicolum (Deuteromycetes). Cytospora ambiens (Deuteromycetes). CA TT LEY A-See Orchidaceae. CHAMAEROPS: Microdiplodia palmarum (Deuteromycetes). CHIO ODOXA: Aphelenchus avenae ( Iematoda). Dztyl enchus dipsaci ( ematoda). CHRYSA THEM M: Cylindrosporium chrysanthemi (Deuteromycetes). Puccinia chrysanthemi (Promycetes). Septoria chrysanthemella (Deuteromycetes). CICHORI M: Srle rotinia minor (Ascomycetes). Septoria endiviae (Deuteromycetes). CITRULLUS: lvf ycospha e r e lla citrullina (Ascomycetes). CITRU AURAN'I'IFOLIA: Bacterium citri ( chizomycetes). Oo.~pora citri-aurantii (Deuteromycetes). CITRU GRA DI : Bacterium citri ( chizornycetes). N i qrospora ory zae (Deuteromycetes). CITRU LI O IA: Bacterium citri (Schizomycetes). S r otoria citri (Denteromycetes). CITRUS OBILIS: Alte rnaria citri (Deuteromycetes). CITR S OBILI DELICIOSA: 1',,feliola p enziqi ( scomycetes). Phoma citricarpa (Deuteromycetes). temphylill,m citri (Deuteromycetes). CI'l'R I E I : Alte rnaria citri (Deuteromycetes). Bacterium citri ( chizomycetes). Elsinoe australis (Ascomycetes). Leptothyrium pomi (Deuteromycetes). Oo.~pora citri-aurantii (Deuteromycetes). Phoma citricarpa (Deuteromycetes). Pleospora herbarum (Ascom ycetes). tf'mphylium citri (Deuteromycetes). COC OLOBA: Pestalozzia coccolobae (Deuteromycetes). COLCHICUM: Urocystis colchici (Pr omycetes). C OLOCASIA: Diplodia tubericola (Deuteromycetes) . Pratylenchus pratensis ( ematoda). CO VALLARIA: Aphelenchoides fraqariae ( ematoda). Aphelenchoides parzetinus ( Iematoda). Ditylenchus dipsaci ( Tematoda). Pratylenchus pratensis ( Iematoda). Rotylenchus robustus ( ematoda). OROCU : Aphelenchus avenae ( ematoda). CUCUMI [ELO: lvf ycosphaerella citrullina (Ascom ycetes) . Rhizoctonia bataticola (Deuteromycetes). CUC MI SATIVUS: Cladosporium cucumerinum (Deuteromyce tes) . Mycosphaerella citrullina (Ascomycetes). CUCURBIT A MAXIMA: Mycosphaerella citrullina (Ascomycetes) . Virus (mosaic). CUCURBIT A PEP O: Colletotrichum laqenarium (Deuteromycetes). Erysiphe cichoracearum (Ascomycetes). CU 1I UM: Erysiphe polyqoni (Ascomycetes). YMBIDIUM-See Orchidaceae . CYMBOPOGON: Aphelenchoides parietinus (Nematoda). CY ODO.t:: Phyllachora cynodontis (Ascomycetes) . DAHLIA: Erysiphe cichoracearum (Ascomycetes) . Verticil/ium albo-atrum (Deuteromycetes). DAPH E: Heterodera marioni ( r cmatoda). DIA THUS: Alternaria dianthi (Deuteromycetes). Heterosporium echinulatum (Deuteromycetes). Septorza dianthi (Deu teromycetes). DIOSCOREA: Diplodia tubericola (Deuteromycetes). Pratylenchiis pratensis ( ematoda). ERIOBOTRYA: Fusicladium eriobotryae (Deutcromycetes). ERYTHROXYLO : Uredo erythroxylonis (Promycetes). EUONYMU: Cercosporella euonymi (Deuteromycetes). Oidium euonym1 -japonici (Deuteromycetes). Pestalozzia neqlecta (Deu terornycetes). FA.GU: C11tospora ambiens (Deu teromycetes). FE1..:TUCA: Er:nchloe typhina (Ascomycetes) . Tilletia l'ulpiae (Promycetes). FOE TICuLUM: Fusicladium depressum (Deuteromycetes). FRITILL RIA: Aphelenrhoides parietinus ( ematoda). Aphelenchus a11enae (Nematoda). G LA ITHD : . Aphelenchoides parietinus ( :rematoda). Botr11tis qalanthina (Deuteromycctes). GARDE TIA: M11rianqium duriaei (Ascomycetes). GE_TTIA A: Puccinia qentianae (Promycetes). GLADIOLUS: Aphelenchoide s parietinus ( ematoda). Papulospora coprophila (Deuteromycetes). Papulo pora sp. (Deuteromycetes). Phyllosticta gladioli (Deuteromycetes). evtoria q!adioti (Deuteromycetes). GLOXI IA: Avhelenchoides parietinus ( ematoda). Thielariopsis basicola (Deuteromycetes). Verticillium albo -atrum (Deuteromycetes). GOSSYPI 1: Cercospora althaeina (Dcuteromycetes). Glomerella qossv pii (Ascomycctes). Puccinia schedonnardi (Promycetes). verticillium albo -atrum (Deuteromycetes). GRA : Colletotrichum qraminicolum (Deuteromycetes). Phullachora qraminis (Ascomycete ) . HF,DERA: Colletotrzchum hedericola (Deuteromycetes). Vermicularia triche l la (Deuteromycetes).

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SERYIC E A N D REGULATORY ANNOUNCEME TS 67 Ho sts and d i s e as e s Conti n u e d HIBI C ' : C ercospora althaeina (Deu teromycetes). Kuehneola malllicola (Promycete ) . HOLC HALEP E X I : P uccinia purpurea ( Promycete ) . HOLC O RGH I : D arluca filum (Deu teromycetes) . P uccinia purpurea (Promycete ) . HOLC O RGH ~ 1 var:(broomcorn): P uccinia purpurea (Promycete ) . HY AC!):! T B -...,: B acterium hyacinthi ( cbizomycete ) . D itylenchus dipsaci (X ema toda). P anagrolaimus rigidus (Xematoda). H YDRA GEA: Oidium hortensiae (Deuteromycete.). , eptoria hydrangeae (Deu teromycetes) . I -GA: R avenelia ingae ( Promycete ) . I -SECT : Cephalosporium lecanii (Deuteromycetes). }.,Jyriangium duriaei (A. comycete ) . rectria diploa (A comycete ) . P odonectria coccicola (Ascomycete ) . IPOMOEA: Aphelenchoides hunti (X ematoda). Ceratostomella fimbriata (Ascomycetes). Cercospora ipomoeae (Deuteromycetes). D iplodia tubericola (Deuteromycete ) . _1\,Jonilochaetes infuscans (Deuteromycete ) . IRI : D itylenchus dipsaci (X ema toda) . Vermicularia liliacearum (Deuteromycetes). J GLAK : P hleospora multimaculans (Deuteromycete ) . K E R R I A: Coryneum microstictum (Deuteromycete ). LACT CA: Septoria lactui:ae (Deuteromycetes). LAELIA-ee Orchidaceae.L E PEDEZA: Uromyces Lespedezae -procu mbentis (Prom cete ) . LILI '::VI: Aphelenchoides parietinus ( ... T e111--atoda). P apulospora parasitica (Deuteromycetes). Virus (mosaic) . L Y A TE."'ee Orcbidaceae. LYCOPER !CUM: Alternaria f asciculata(?) (Deuteromycete ) . Aplanobacter michiganense ( cbizomycetes). B acterium punctilans ( cbizomycete ) . Cclletotrich um phomoides (Deuteromycete ) . Phytophthora terrestria (Pbycomyc te ) . eptoria lycopersici (Deuteromycete ) . irus (mo aic). Virus ( potted wiJt). MAHO.1 IA: Cumminsiella sanguinea (Promycete ). MAL : Alternaria mali (Deuteromycete ) . Gloeosporium fructigen um (Deuteromycete~). Leptothyrium pomi (Deuteromycete ). Phoma pomi (Deuteromycete ) . clerotinia fructigena (A comycete ) . MALVA: eptoria malvicola (Deuteromycetes). MAKIHOT: Diplodia tubericola (Deuteromycete ) . MEDICAGO: Colletotrichum destructivum (Deuteromycete ) . Peronospora trifnliorum (Pbycomycete ) . Pseudopeziza medicagin is (Ascomycete ) . romyces striatus medicagin is (Promycetes). MOMORDICA: Mycosphaerella citrullina (Ascomycetes). M A PARADI IACA: Gloeosporium musarum (Deuteromycetes). MU A P.: Cercospora musae (Deuterom cete ) . Gloeosporium musarum (Deuteromycete ). L eptosphaeria musarum (Ascomycetes). Mycosphaerella musae (Ascomycetes) . M U CARI: Aspergillus alliaceus ( D e uter omycetes) . D itylenchus dipsaci (K ematoda). ' U stilag o t:aillantii (Pro m ycetes) . ARC! : Aphelenchoides parietinus (Xcmatoda). Aphelenchoides subtenuis (X ematoda). Botrytis narcissicola (D uteromycetes). Ditylenchus dipsaci (Nematoda). clerotinia minutissima (Ascomycetes). clerotinia narcissi (A comycete ) . tagonospora curtisii (Deuteromycetes). XEL _1BI ~I: Panagrolaimus hygro philus (?\ ematoda). EPEXTHE : Heterodera marioni (~ematoda). ODONTOGL O U1Iee Orchidaceae. ONCI D I I-...,ee Orcbidaceae. ORCHIDA.CEAE: Aphelenchoides parietinus ( -ematoda). Cercospora angreci (Deuteromyc te ) . Colletotrichum macrosporum (Deuteromyretes). Colletotrichum orchidearum (Deuteromycete ) . Colletotrichum stanhopeae (Deuteromycete ) . Gloeosporiu,m cattleyae (Deuteromycetes). Gloeosporium cymbidii (Deuteromycete ) . Gloeosporium laeliae (Deuteromycete ) . Gloeosporium odontoglossi macrospora (Deuteromycetes). Gloeosporium orch idearum (Deuteromycete ) . Glomerella cinda (Ascomycete ) . Hemileia oncidii (Promyc te ) . ...."'vlacrophoma oncidii (Deuteromycetes). T ectria binotiana (Ascomycete ) . Phyllosticta nigro-maculans (Deuteromycete ) . Phyllosticta stanhopeae (Deuteromycete ) . Physalospora camptospora C comycete ) . Physalospora cattleyae (A comycetes). ORIGA?\ ':M: . _ eptoria origanicola majoranae (Deuteromycetes). OR~ TITHG_ L ~1: Puccinia ornithgali-tl.yrsoides (Promycete ) . ORYZA: Helminthosporium oryzae (Deuteromycete ). PAEOXIA: Leptothyrium macrothecium (Deuteromycete ) . Pezizella lythri (A comycete ) . Phlyctaena ranunculacearum (D uteromycetes). clerotiopsis testudinea (Deuteromyretes). PAL1I: Zygosporium oschioides (Deuteromycete ) . PA.1 DA : Pestalozzia palmarum (Deuteromycete ) . PA PAL-C1-I: Claviceps paspali (Ascomycetes). PEDILAXTH : Gloeosporium crocatum (Deuteromycete ) . PER EA: Aspergillus glaucus (Deuteromycetm~). Phyllachora gratissima (A comycete ) . PHALAEXOP I -See Orcbidaceae. PHA EOLU L TAT ~IACROCARPU Colletotrichum truncatum (Deuteromycetes). PHA E O LU P. (string bean): Bacterium phaseoli (...,cbizornycete ) . Phyllosticta phaseolina (Deuteromycete ) . Phytophthora phaseoli (Pbycornycetes). PHLOX: eptoria drummondi (Deuteromycetes). PHRAG:i\IITE : Puccinia magnusiana (Promycetes). Puccinia phragmitis (Promyrete ) . stilago grandis (Promycete ). PHY ALI : Colletotrichum phomoides (Deuteromycetes). PICEA: Phoma con igena abieticola (Deuteromycetcs). PI U I: Bacteri1.1,m pisi ( chizomycete ) . Colletotrichum pisi (Deuteromycetes). Erysiphe polygoni (A comycete ) . Peronospora pisi (Phy com ycetes) . Septoria pisi (Deuterom cetes). POP L : Melampsora medusae (Prom cetes). PR T S D OME TICA: clerotinia Jructigena (Ascomycetes). PR LAUROCER A : Phomopsis prunorum (Deuter omycetes). J

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68 BUREAU OF ENTOMOLOGY AND PLANT QUARANTINE Hosts and diseases-Continued PRUNUS SUBHIRTELLA SENDAICA: Phomopsis perniciosa (Deuteromycetes). PRUNUS SP. (cherry): Sclerotinia fructigena (Ascomycetes). PSIDIUM: Gloeosporium psidii (Deuteromycetes). PTERIDIUM: Uredinopsis macrosperma (Promycetes). PUERARIA: . Diplodia tubericola (Deuteromycetes). PUNICA: Mycosphaerella lythracearum (Ascomycetes). PYRUS: Coryneum foliicolum (Deuteromycetes). Gloeosporium fructigenum (Deuteromycetes). QUERO US: Fusicoccum quercinum (Deuteromycetes). RHODODENDRON: Cercospora rhododendri (Deuteromycetes). Chrysomyxa rhododendri (Promycetes). Pestalozzia macrotrichum (Deuteromycetes). Pestalozzia rhododendri (Deuteromycetes). ROBINIA: Phyllactinia corylea (Ascomycetes). ROSA CHINENSIS MANETTI: Apiosporella rhodophila (Ascomycetes). Coryneum microstictum (Deuteromycetes). Pestalozzia compta (Deuteromycetes). ROSA SP.: Mycosphaerella rosicola (Ascomycetes). Phragmidium rosae-acicularis (Promycetes). Physalospora rosicola (Ascomycetes). Sphaerotheca pannosa (Ascomycetes). RUBUS: Leptothyrium rubi (Deuteromycetes). Mycosphaerella rufJi (Ascomycetes). Septoria darrowii (Deuteromycetes). Septoria rubi (Deuteromycetes). RUSCUS: Leptosphaeria rusci (Ascomycetes). Phyllosticta ruscicola (Deuteromycetes). SABAL: Pestalozzia palmarum (Deuteromycetes). SACCHARUM: Colletotrichum f ale at um (Deuteromycetes). Melanconium sacchari (Deuteromycetes). SALIX: Melampsora abieti-capraearum (Promycetes). SCILLA: Ditylenchus dipsaci (Nematoda). SECALE: Darluca filum (Deuteromycetes). Urocystis occulta (Promycetes). SECHIUM: Colletotrichum lagenarium (Deuteromycetes). SE CHIUM-Continued. Mycosphaerella citrullina (Ascomycetes). Septomyxa persicina (Deuteromycetes). SOJA: Erysiphe polygoni (Ascomycetes). SOLANUM MELONGENA: Mycosphaerella citrullina ( Ascomycetes). SOLANUM TUBEROSUM: Aphelenchoides parietinus (Nematoda). Aphelenchus avenae (Nematoda). Ditylenchus dipsaci (Nematoda). Pratyl enchus pratensis (Nematoda). TABEBUIA: Heterodera marioni (Nematoda). TAGETES: Erysiphe cichoracearum (Ascomycetes) . . Puccinia tageticola (Promycetes). TARAXACUM: Septoria taraxaci (Deuteromycetes). TERMINALIA: Fusicoccum microspermum (Deuteromycetes). TIGRIDIA: Ditylenchus dipsaci (Nematoda). TRIFOLIUM: Phyllachora trifolii (Ascomycetes). Pseudopeziza medicaginis (Ascomycetes). Pseudopeziza trifolii (Ascomycetes). Uromyces trifolii (Promycetes). TRITICUM: A nguina tritici (Nematoda). Gibberella saubinetii (Ascomycetes). Mycosphaerella tulasnei (Ascomycetes). Septoria nodorum (Deuteromycetes). Tilletia tritici (Promycetes). TULIPA: Botrytis tulipae (Deuteromycetes). VACCINIUM: Sporonema oxycocci (Deuteromycetes). VICIA: Uromyces f a 'bae (Promycetes). VIGNA: Aspergillus fiavus (Deuteromycetes). XANTHOSOMA: Aphelenchoides parietinus (Nematoda). Cephalobus persegnis (Nematoda). Ditylenchus intermedius (Nematoda). ZAMIA: Aschersonia cubensis (Deuteromycetes). ZINGIBER: Aphelenchoides parietinus (Nematoda). Panagrolaimus rigid us (Nematoda). ZINNIA: Cercospora atricincta (Deuteromycetes). Cercospora dnniae (Deuteromycetes). Erysiphe cichoracearum (Ascomycetes). Unknown hosts LEAF: Erinose (mite gall). Country of origin and diseases AFGHANISTAN: Anguina tritici (Steinb.) Filipjev. ANTIGUA: Pratylenchus pratensis (deMan) Filipjev. ARABIA: Colletotrichum graminicolum (Ces.) Wils. Epichloe typhina (Tul.) Pers. Phyllachora trifolii Fckl. ARGENTINA: Diplodia tubericola (E. & E .) Taub. Puccinia allii (DO.) Rud. Uromyces striatus medicaginis (Pass.) Arth. AUSTRALIA: Phoma cirricarpa McAlp. Vermicularia liliacearum Westd. BAHAMAS: Myriangium duriaei Mont. & Berk. Nectria diploa B. & C. BELGIUM: Cercospora handeli Bubak. Glomerella cinctn (Ston.) Spauld. & Schrenk. BELGIUM-Continued. Pestalozzia rhododendri (D. Sacc.) Guba. Puccinia allii (DC.) Rud. Sclerotinia minor Jagger. Septoria azaleae Vogl. Thielaviopsis basicola (Berk.) Ferraris. BERMUDA: Mycosphaerella rosicola (Pass.) B. H. Davis. Pestalozzia coccolobae E. & E. Septoria chrysarithemella Cav. SPptoria drummondi E. & E. Virus (mosaic). BRAZIL: Colletotrichum lagenarium (Pass.) Ell. & Hals. Elsinoe australis Bit. & Jenk. Gloeosporium orchidearum Karst. & Har. Hemileia oncidi Griff. & Maubl. Heterodera marioni (Cornu) Goodey. Mycosphaerella musae (Spea.) Syd. Oospora citri-aurantii 0. 0. Smith. Podonectria coccicola E. & E. Septoria lactucae Pass.

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SERVICE A1 D REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS 69 Country of origin and diseases-Continued CANADA: Cercospora rhododendri farch. & Verpl. Coleosporium solidaginis (Schw.) Thuem. Nectria cinnabarina (Tode) Fr. Phragmidium rosae acicularis Liro. Septoria origanicola majoranae Bres . CHILE: Melampsora medusae Thuem. P uccinia allii (DC.) Rud. Rhizoctonia bataticola (Taub.) Butl. Tranzschelia pruni-spinosae (Pers.) D iet. CHI A: Alternaria citri . B. Pierce. _ Aphelenc hoides parietinus (Bast.) teiner. Bacterium citri (Hasse) Doidge. D iplodia tubericola (E. & E.) Taub. Jj uhya vitrea Starb. Stemphylium citri Patterson & Charles. COLOMBIA: Aphelenchoides parietinus (Bast.) Steiner. Cephalosporium lecanii Zimm. Cercospora musae Zimm. Claviceps paspali (Schw.) Stevens & Hall. Colletotrichum orchid earum All. Gloeosporium cattleyae Sacc. & D. Sacc. Gloeosporium odontoglossi macrospora Verpl. Gloeosporium orchidearum Karst. & Har. Glom erella cincta (Ston.) Spauld. & Schrenk. L eptosphaeria musarum S. & H . Macrophoma onc idii P. Henn. Physalospora camptospora acc. P ucciniopsis caricae Earle. COST A RICA: . Gloeosporium musarum Cke. & Mass. CUBA: Alternariafasciculata (?) (C. & E.) J ones & Grout. Aphelenchoides parietinus (Bast.) Steiner. Aspergillus jlavus Link. Cephalobus persegnis Bast. Cepha1osporium lecanii Zimm. Cercospora musae Zimm. Cladosporium cucumerinum Ell. & Arth. Colletotrichum falcatum F. A. Went. Colletotrichum lagenarium (Pass.) Ell. & Hals. Colletotrichum p homoides (Sacc.) Chester. Colletotrichum truncatum (Schw .) Andrus & Moore. Ditylenchus intermedius (deMan) Filipjev. Gloeosporium musarum Cke. & Mass. Helminthosporium curvulum Sacc. Mycospha erella citrullina (Smith) Gross. Nectria diploa B. & C. Oospora citri -aurantii C. 0. Smith. Panagrolaimus hygrophilus Bassen. P anagrolaimus rigidus ( chneider) Thorne. Pho mopsis capsici (Mgn.) Sacc. Phyllosticta antirrhini Syd. Phyllosticta phaseolina acc. Phyto phthora terrestria Sherb. P ucciniopsis caricae Earle. Septomyxa persicina (Fres.) Sacc. Sphaerotheca panno.sa (W allr .) Le"\"". Uramyces dolicholi Artb. Vermicularia capsici Syd. Zygosporium oschioides Mont. DE MARK: Aphelenchoides parietinus (Bast.) ..:teiner. P ratylenchus pratensis (deMan) Filipjev. Rhyfitma acerinum (Pers. ) Fries.Rotylenchus robustus (DeMan) Filipjev. Urocystis occulta ("\"\ allr.) Rab. DOMI ICAr REP BLIC: Colletotrichum macrosporum Sacc. ECUADOR: Gloeosporium musarum Cke. & Mass. EGYPT: P uccinia allii (DC.) Rud. P uccinia cesatii Schroet. Er GLAND: Alternaria dianthi Stevens & Hall. Aphelenchoides hunti Steiner. Cercospora angreci Gaill. & Feuill. Col eosporium campanulae (Pers.) Le,. Colletotrichum orchidearum All. Cytospora. ambiens Sacc. Dityl enchus dipsaci (Kuhn) Filipjev. Erinose. Gibberella saubinetii (~font.) acc. Oidi'ltm hortensiae Jor tadt. ENOLA D-Continued. P eron ospora pisi (DeBy .) Syd. Pestalo22ia macrotricha Klebabn. Pestalo zzia rhododendri (D. acc . ) Guba. Rhytisma acerinum (Pers.) Fries. clerot inia fructigena Aderh. & Ruhl. Septoria .;hrysanthemella Cav. eptoria nodorum Berk. FRA CE: Aphelenchoides pfl,rietinus (Bast.) Steiner. Coryneum f oliicolum Fckl. Cytospora ambiens Sacc. Dityl enchus dipsaci (Kuhn) Filipjev. Erysiphe polygoni DC. Gloeosporium fructigenum Berk. Leptothyrium macrothecium Fckl. Leptothyrium rubi (Duby) acc. Mycosphaerella schoenoprasi (Rabenh.) Schroet. Nectria binotiana Sacc. Panagrolaimus rigidus ( chneider) Thorne. Phomops is prunorum Grove. Plasmod iophora bras.(>icae Wor. P uccirtia allii (DC.) Rud. Sclerotinia fructigena Aderh. & Ruhl. Sclerotium cepicorum B erk. Vermicularia liliacearum W estd. GERMA Y: Aphelenchoides fragariae (Ritzema Bos) Christie. Aphelenchoides parietinus (Bast.) Steiner. D itytenchus dipsaci (Kuhn) Filipjev. Fusicoccum quercinum Sacc. Phoma conigena abieticola acc. Pratylenchus pratensis (DeMan) Filipjev. P uccinia allii (DC.) Rud. GREECE: Oidium euonymi-japonici (Arcang.) Sacc . GUATEMALA: Cercospora musae Zimm. Colletotrichum orchidearum All. Erinose. Heterosporium echinulatum (Berk) Cke. Oospora cirri aurantii C. 0. Smith. Physalo spora cattleyae Maubl. & Lasn. Ravenelia ingae (P. Henn.) Artb. HAITI: OospoM citri aurantii C. 0. Smith. ectria diploa B. & C. HO DURAS: Cercospora musae 7-imm. Myriangium duriaei Mont. & Berk. Nectria diploa B. & C. P ucciniopsis caricae Earle. HP GARY: P uccinia allii (D. C .) Rud. I D I A: Bact e rium citri (Hasse) Doidge. Phyllachora cynodontis (Sacc . ) iessl. IRA : Anguina tritici (Steinb.) Filijev. IRELA TD: Apiosporella rhodophila Sacc . Coryneum microstici'l1,m B. & Br. Gloeosporium fructiqennm B erk. Pestalo zzia compta Sacc. Pse udopeziza medicaginis (Lib.) Sacc. Pse udopeziza trifolii (Biv . ) Fckl. P uccinia buxi DC. Uromyces trifolii (Hedw. f.) Lev. ITALY: Coryneum beijerinckii Oud. C'ltmminsiella sanguinea (Peck) Artb. Cylindrosporium castanicolum (Desm.) Berl. Cytospora ambiens Sacc. Fusicladium depressum (B. & Br.) Sacc. Fusicladium eriobotryae Cav. Heterospori'l1,m allii Ellis & Mart. Leptosphfl,erin ruscz CV\ allr.) Sacc. L eptothyrium pomi (Mont. & Fr.) Sacc. Microdiplodin palmrirum Died. Mycosphaerell-i citrullina ( mith) Gross. Oidium euonymi-japonici (Arcang.) Sacc. Peronospora pisi (DeBy.) yd. Phyllosticta ruscicola Dur. & Mont. PleospoM h e rbarnm (Pers. ) Rabb. P nccinia allii (DO.) Rud. P uccinirz magnusianum Koern. Rhabditin producta chneider. Sclerotinia fructigena Aderb. & Ru.bl.

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70 BUREAU OF' -ENTOMOLOGY AND PLANT QUARANTINE Country of origin and d1:seases-Continued IT ALY-Continued. Sclerolium cepivorum Berk. Septoria dianthi Desm. Septoria endil'iae Thuem. Septoria taraxaci Holl. Urocystis cepulae Frost. Uromyces betae (Pers.) Lev. Uromyces fabae (Pers.) DeBary. Ustilago bromivora Fischer de Wald. Ustilago uo, illantii Tul. JAMAICA: Heterodera marioni (Cornu) Goodey. Mycosphaerella citrullina (Smith) Gross. Pratylenchus pratensis (DeMan) Filipjev. Pucciniopsis caricae Earle. JAPAN: Acrospeira mirabilis B. & Br. Alternaria citri .. T. B. Pierce. Bacterium campestre (Pammel) E. F. S. Bacterium citri (Hasse) Doidge. Bacterium pisi (Sackett) E. F. S. Ceratostomella fimbriata (E. & H.) Elliott. Cercosporella euonymi Eriks. Colletotrichum lagenarium (Pass.) Ell. & Hals. Coryneum microstictum B. & Br. Discosia artocreas ('rode) Fr. Erysiphe polygoni DC. Gloeospori'ltm cymbidii Verpl. Heterodera m11,rioni (Cornu) Goodey, Meliola penzigi Sacc. Mycosphaerella schoenoprasi (Rabenh.) Schroet. Pestaloz zia nealecta Thum. Pezizella lythrz (Desm .) Shear & Dodge. Phlyctaena ranunculacearum v. H. Phoma citricarpa McAlp. Phoma tenuis Pass. Phyllosticta camelliaeco?a meranensis Bubak. Physalospora japonica Togashi. Plosmodiophora brossicae iN or. Sclerotiopsis testudinea Dearness. Stemphylium citri Patterson & Charles. Uromyces lespedezae-procumbentis (Sch w .) Curtis. JAVA: Aphelenchoides parietinus (Bast.) Steiner. Bacterium citri (Hasse) Doidge. "Vermicularia capsici Syd. MALTA: Er ysiphe polygoni DC. MEXICO Alternariamali.J. W. Robert.3. Aplanobacter mi::,higanens~ E. F. S. Aspergillus glaucus Link. Bacterium phaseoli E. F. S. Bacteriumpisi (Sackett) E. F. S. Bacterium pu. nctilans Bryan. Botrytis allii Munn. Ceratostomellafimbriata (E. & H.) El!iott. Cercospora althaeina Sacc. Cercospora atricincta Heald & Wolf. Cercospora ipomoeae Wint. Cercospora musae Zimm. Cercospora zinniae E. & M. Colletotrichum destructivum O'Gara. Colletotrichum falcatum F. A. Went. Colletotrich1.tm hedericola Laubert. Colletotrichum orchidearum All. Colletotrichum phomoides (Sacc.) Cbe$ter. Colletotrichum pisi Pat. Colletotrichum stanhopeae P. Henn. Cylindrosporium chrysanthemi Ell. & Dearn. Darlucafilum (Biv.) Cast. Diplodiatubericola (E. & E.) Taub. Epicoccum nigrum Lk. Erysiphecichoracearum DC. Erysiphepolygoni DC. Gloeosporium crocatum Sacc. Gloeosporium laeliae P. Henn. Gloeosporium musarum Cke. & Mass. Gloeosporium psidii Del. Glomerella gossypii (E. A. Southworth) Edg. Helminthosporium oryzae v. Br. de Haan. Heterospori7.tm echinulatum (Berk.) Cke. Kuehneola malvicola (Speg.) Arth. Leptothyrium pomi ( iont. & Fr.) Sacc. Macrosporium commune Rab. Macrosporium porri Ellis. Mdampsora ahieti-capraearum Tubenf. Melanconium sacchari Massee. MEXICO-Continued. Monilochaetes infuscans Ell. & Hals. Mycosphaerella ruhi E.W. Roark. Myriangium duriaei Mont. & Berk. Oospora citri-aurantii C. 0. Smith. Papulosporacoprophila (Zukal) Hotson. Papulospora sp. Peronospora pisi (DeBy.) Syd. Peronosporatrifoliorum DeBy. Phleospora multimaculans Heald & Wolf. Phoma betae (Oud.) Frank. Phoma lingam (Tode) Desm. Phoma pomi Pass. Phyllachora graminis (P. ex. Fr . . ) Fckl. Phyllachora gratissima Rehm. Phyllactinia corylea (Pers.) Karst. Phyllosticta gladioli E. & E. Phyllosticta nigro-maculans Sacc. Phyllosticta stanhopeae All. Phytophthora phaseoli Thaxt. Phytophthora terrestria Sherb. Pratylenchus pratensis (deMan) Filipjev. Pseudopeziza medieaginis (Lib.) Sacc. Puccinia chrysanthemi Roze. Puccinia heterospora B. & C. Puccinia purpurea Cke. Puccinia schedonnardi Kellerm. & Sw. Puccinia tageticola Diet. & Holw. Septoria darrowii Zeller. Septoria gladioli Pass. Septoria hydrangeae Bizz. Septoria lycoper:sici Speg. Septoria rubi W estd. Sphaerotheca pannosa (Wallr.) Lev. Tilletia tritici (Bjerk. ) Wint. Tranzschelia pruni-spinosae (Pers.) Diet. Uredinopsis macrosperma (Cooke) Magn. Uromyces striatus med1caginis (Pass.) Arth. Ustilago levis (Kell. & Sw.) Magn. Verticillium alboatrum Reinke & Berth. Virus (mosaic). Virus (spotted wilt). MOROCCO: Asperg1llus alliaceus Thom & Church. Ust1laqn vaillantii Tul. NETHERLANDS: Aphelenchoides fragariae (Ritzema Bos) Christie. Aphelenchoides parietinus (Bast.) Steiner. Aphelenchoides subtenuis (Cobb) Goodey. Aphelenchus avenae Bast. Bacterium hyacinthi W akker. Botrytis gq,lanthina (B. & Br.) Sudw. Botrytis narcissicola Kleb. Botrytis tulipae (Lib.) Hopkins. Ditylenchus dipsaci (Kuhn) Filipjev. Eutypa bambusina Penz. & Sacc. Mycosphaerella citrullina (Smith) Gross. Papulospora coprophila (Zukal) Hotson. Papulospora parasitica (Eid.) Harz. Papulospora sp. Phomopsis perniciosa Grove. Pratylenchus pratensis ( deMan) Filipjev. Puccinia allii (DC.) Rud. Puccinia phragmitis (Schum.) Koern. Rotylenchus robustus (deMan) Filipjev. Sclerotinia minutissima Drayton. Sclerotinia narcissi Drayton. Septoria azaleae Vogl. Stagonospora curtisii (Berk.) Sacc. Urocystis colchici (Schlecht) Rab. Ustilago grandis Fries. Verticillium albo-atrum Reinke & Berth. NEWFOU DLAND: Sporonema oxycocci Shear. NEW SOUTH WALES: Physalospora rosicola Sacc. NEW ZEALA D: Cryptospora longispora Servazzi. NORWAY: Aphelenchoides parietinus (Bast.) Steiner. Aphelenchus avenae Bast. Pratylenchus pratensis ( de Man) Filipjev. Vermicularia trichella Fr. NOVA SCOTIA: Guignardia aesculi (Pk.) V. B. Stewart. PALESTI E: Hendersonia donacis Sacc.

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