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128; 5:242; 8:152; 10:432; Pro-
ceedings cited, 1:127, 151, 157, 253;
2:102, 148, 168; 3:133; 4:101,
155; 5:213, 215, 234; 7:225, 255;
9:299, 300; 10:408, 414; 11:152,
156, 157, 160, 197, 240; 12:183.
Acanthia erosa, see Phymata wolffii.
lectularia (syn. Cimex), 1:62; 2:

17, 152; 9:458; 14:314 4 .
Acaridae, 2:36, 241; 9:464; 10:451-

53; 11:254-60.

Acarina, 1:45; 3:129, 133; 5:287-95;
7:323; 10:449-60; 14:363 5 .



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Acarus domesticus, see Tyroglyphus

siro.

farinae, see Tyroglyphus siro.
horridus, see Tyroglyphus

longior.

lactis, see Tyroglyphus siro.
inuscarum (Hypopal form), 11

257.
Acer dasycarpum, see Maple, silver

soft, white.

platanoides, see Maple, Norway,
rubrum, see Maple, red.
saccharinum, see Maple, sugar,
acerella, Lecanium, see Pulvinaria

innumerabilis.

acericola, Lecanium, see Pulvinaria.
Pulvinaria (syn. Lecanium), 6:

143, 147; 7:370; 11:205.
acericorticis, Lecanium, see Pul-
vinaria innumerabilis.
acerifoliella, Incurvaria (syn. Or-
nix), 1:308; 5:215-19; 9:458;
14:314, 362 7 .
Ornix, see Incurvaria.
acerifolii, Drepanosiphum, 13:363';

14 :400*.

Pemphigus, 10:494; 14:380.
aceris, Aphis, see Chaitophorus.
Chaitophorus (syn. Aphis), 9:

406, 411, 412.

Coccus, see Pulvinaria innumer-
abilis.

Lecanium, of Europe, 1:310.
Pseudococcus, 11:287.
Psocus, see P. venosus.
acerni, Aegeria, see Sesia.

Sesia (syn. Aegeria), 10:504; 14:

386 5 .

aceti, Drosophila, of Europe, 1:220.

achatina, Clastoptera, see C. obtusa.

Olene (syn. Parorgyia paral-

lela), 1:328; 9:455; 11:264;

14:313 3 .

achemon, Philampelus, 5:175; 9-

451; 10:481, 508; 14:309 8 , 312*.
Achlyodes thraso, 1:336.
Acholla multispinosa, 10:517.
Achorutes boletivorus, see Scho-

turus.

diversiceps; description, 11:
253, 254; immense numbers of
11:254; observed at Karner,'
N. Y., 11:253; reference, 12:
357, (as Podura species), 8-
266; 11:254; 14:308', 315 T '
320 T , 396'.
humicola (syn. Podura), 2:205,

244.

marmoratus, see Schoturus.
J'ivicola, see Schoturus.
pratorum, see Schoturus.
purpurescens, 2:207.
texensis, see Schoturus.



Achyranthes, Fuller's rose beetle

on, 2:143.

Acidalia enucleata, see Synelys.
lacteola, see Eois.
species, 1:72; 4:206.
Acocephalus vitellinus, see Para-

mesus.

Aconite, Sitodrepa panicea in, 4-92
Aconitnm, see Monkshood.
Acordulecera dorsalis, 13:371 4
Acorn cup gall insects, 4:42, 44.
Acorns, Balaninus rectus in 12-271
Acrididae, 2:187; 4:165; 6:151; 8:179!

9:330, 332; 10:359, 439-45,
Acridium femur-rubrum, see Mel-

anoplus.
hemipterum, see Chortophaga

viridifasciata.
marginatum, see Chortophaga

viridifasciata.
virginianum, see Chortophaga

viridifasciata.
viridif asciatum, see Chortophaga

viridifasciata.
Acronycta, abdominal scent organs,

1:71.
americana, erroneous reference

of A. funeralis.
brumosa, 11:265.
clarescens, erroneous reference

of A. pruni.

dissecta, see A. retardata.
funeralis (A. americana in
error), 2:77; 9:455; 10:482-
14.-313 4 , 313 6 .
hamamelis, 10:482.
luteicoma, 1:328; 11:265.
morula, 1:328; 9:455; 10-481-

11:265; 14:313 4 .
oblinita, 9:456; 11:265.
occidentals, 1:328; 11:265.
pruni (A. clarescens in error) 1

328; 11:265.

radcliffei, 1:328; 11:265.
retardata (syn. A. dissecta),

species, 14:341'.
spinigera, 11:265.
Acta Societatis pro Fauna et Flora

Fennica cited, 11:166.
Actias luna, see Tropaea.
aculiferus, Leptostylus, 1:304, 331:

1 1 :268.
acuminata, Mermis. 4:127; 7-374-

8:290; 14:314 9 , 315 1 , 321 2 .
Acutalis dorsalis (syn. Traeropa) 9

392, 410.
acutella, Botis, sec Phlyctaenia.

Phlyctaenia (syn. Botis), 10:4*3.
acutus, Jassus, see Platymetopius.
Platymetopius (syn. Jassus i
9:402, 410.



INDEX TO ENTOMOLOGIST'S REPORTS



403



Adalia bipimctata (syn. Coccinella,
C. bimaculata), 2:232; 3:137, 148;
4:12, 194, 195; 6:117-19; 7:375;
9:306, 370; 12:298; 13:362", 362 9 ;
14:320 T , 334 6 , 347 B , 367 8 .
Adams, J. M., insects from, 4:206,

207, 208; 6:188.
Adams, J. Q., cited, 1:127; insects

from, 4:206.
Additional notes on Sciara, 12:223-

28.
Adelges abieticolens, see Chermes

abietis.

abietis, see Chermes.
coccineus, see Chermes strobilo-

bius.

strobilobius, see Chermes.
Adelocephala senatoria, see Anisota.
Adelphagrotis prasina (syn. Agro-

tis), 1:8; 10:377, 482.
adelphus, Gomphus, 12:364.
adipaloides, Botis, see Pyrausta.

Pyrausta (syn. Botis), 10:483.
Adipsophanes miscellus, see Cata-

bena lineolata.
Adirondack black fly, 7:364.
Adirondack gray gnat, 7:364.
Adirondack insects, 4:23, 136-37;

5:260; 6:178; 7:219.
Adirondack midge, 7:364.
Adirondack punky, 7:364.
Adirondack region, collections in,
5:281-86; 7:218; 10:376, 377; 11:
104, 106; 12:307, 351; 14:326 6 .
Adirondack survey of the state of
New York, Report cited, 1:99;
2:90.

adjuncta, Hadena, see Mamestra.
Mamestra (syn. Hadena), 9:456;

10:482; 14:313 6 .
Adlumia, 5:288. 'See also Fumitory,

climbing.

Admiral, red, 12:308.
adonidum, Dactylopius (syn. D.

longifilis), 2:56.
adumbrata, Eriocampa, 5:323; 14:

342 2 .

adusta, Hadena, of Europe, 4:127.
advena, Cathartus (syn. Silvanus),

9:308.

Silvanus, see Cathartus.
Aedes, 12:321.
Algeria acerni, sec Sesia.

cucurbitae, see Melittia satyrini-

formis.
ephemeraeformis, see Thyridop-

teryx.

exitiosa. see Sanninoidea.
pictipes, see Sesia.
tipuliformis, see Sesia.
Aegeridae, see Si'siidae.
aenea, Myophasia, 12:210.

Pomphopoea, 1:331; 11:269.



aenescens, Magdalus, 11:270.
Aeoloplus chenopodii (syn. Pezotet-

tix), 11:272.
aequalis, Stenobothrus, see Orphu-

lella speciosa.
aerea, Dibolia, see D. borealis.

Plusia, 10:376, 482.
aeroides, Plusia, 9:456; 10:376, 482;

14:313 T .
Aeschna constricta, 11:284.

heros, see Epiaeschna.
aesculana, Proteoteras, 12:214, 215,

216, 217.

aesculi, Zeuzera, see Z. pyrina.
Aesculus glabra, Steganoptycha
. claypoliana injuring, 12:216,

217.

hippocastanum, see Horse-chest-
nut,
affinis, Bombus, 11:104.

Bruchus, of Europe, 7:284.
Bruchus Froelich (syn. B.
flavimanus Bohem.), 7:268,
282, 284.
Erythroneura, see Typhlocyba

comes var. basilaris.
Laclmosterna, 11:268.
Phytomyza, erroneous refer-
ence of P. chrysanthemi.
Saperda, see Oberea bimaculata.
Typhlocyba, see T. comes var.

basilaris.

afflictana, Lozotaenia, 10:483.
afranius, Thanaos (syn. Nisoniades),

14307 1 , 321 4 .
African tamarisk, Amphicerus

bicaudatus boring into, 12:362.
agarici, Phora, 10:399-406, 516; 12:

229, 351; 14:308*, 393 8 .
Agaricus, Achorutes boletivorus on,

2:206.

Agarista octomaculata, see Alypia.
Agassiz, L. J. R.. referred to, 12:

345.
Agassiz association, state normal

college, reference, 12:336-45.
Agdistis bennetii, 12:221.
Agelaeus phoeniceus, see Black bird,

red winged.
Auvrntuin, lA'ptocoris trivittatus on,

10:438.
Aglais milberti (syn. Vanessa), 4:

137; 5:285; 10:507; 14:309 5 .
Aglia tau, of Europe, 5:188; 13:

343 8 .

agonus, Limonius, 11:285.
agraria', Sciara, 12:225-26.
agrestis, Clytus, see Xylotrechus

colonus.
Agricultural Gazette of New South

Wales cited, 10:454; 11:232.
Agrilus anxius (syn. A. torpidus),
5:283, 317; 10:407; 14:339".



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Agrilus ruficollis (syn. Buprestis),

6:123-25, 174; 10:406-7, 516;

11:285; 12:352; 14 324 9 , 367 s ,

393 s

sinuatus, 11:225, 286.
torpidus, see A. anxius.
Agriotes lineatus of Europe, 1:46.
mancus (syn. A. truncatus), 4:

207; 8:198, 200; 12:356; 14:

394".

truncatus, see A. mancus.
Agromyza diminuta (syn. Oscinis

trifolii), 6:184, 14:329''.
tritici, 1:226.
Agromyzidae, 4:78.
Agrotis, 1 :58, 104, 109, 312.
annexa, see Feltia.
badicollis, see Semiophora eli-

mata var.
baja, see Noctua.
bicarnea, see Noctua.
brunneicollis, see Rhynchagrotis.
clandestina, see Noctua.
c-nigrum, see Noctua.
cochrani, see Carneades mes-

soria.
cupida, see Rhynchagrotis an-

chocelioides.
i devastator, see Xylophasia de-

vastatrix.

fennica, see Noctua.
haruspica, see Noctua.
herilis, see Feltia.
inermis, see Peridroma saucia.
malefida, see Feltia.
messoria, see Carneades.
nigricans var. maizi, see Car-
neades tessellata.
ortonii, see Peridroma saucia.
perpolita, see Carneades.
placida, see Rhynchagrotis.
plecta, see Noctua.
prasina, see Adelphagrotis.
redimicula, see Carneades.
repentis, see Carneades mes-
soria.

saucia, see Peridroma.
scandens, see Carneades.
segetum, 8:235.
species, 11:173.
subgothica, see Feltia.
tessellata, see Carneades.
tricosa, see Feltia jaculifera.
, tritici, 8:235.

ypsilon, 1:8, 58; 8:111, 126, 188-

91, 284, 296; 10:497; 12:205;

14:371 8 , 382 8 .

Alaus, blind, 1:330; 11:267.
Alans myops 1:330; 5:317; 11:267;

14:339 9 .
oculatus, 1:330; 2:230; 4:141,

207; 5:317, 325; 6:189; 9:448;

11:267; 12:361; 14:311 4 , 333%

339, 357.



Albany daily press and Knickerbocker,
abstract from, 14:364 2 ; cited, 7:
358; 9:446.

Albany evening journal, abstracts
from, 11:274, 278, 281; 12:350;
14:328 6 , 330, 345 7 , 354 7 , 359 6 , 359 9 ,
360 5 , 363 9 , 364 3 , 365 2 , 366 2 , 36G 7 ,
366, 367 2 , 367 4 , 369 5 , 369 8 , 371 2 ,
371 7 , 373 3 , 378 6 , 379 8 , 381 2 384 5 ,
386, 387 7 , 389 5 , 390 3 , 392 3 ; cited,
1:99, 127, 149; 2:69, 223; 3:
150; 5:304; 6:166, 167, 168, 179,
180, 181; 7:321, 357, 358, 360, 362,
364, 365; 8:141, 279, 283, 284, 287;
10:489, 492, 495, 499, 505; 11:233;
12:243, 253.

Albany evening times, abstracts from,
14:312 7 , 314 6 , 314 9 , 364 6 ; cited, 7:
359; 8:290; 9:454, 459.
Albany institute, Proceedings, ab-
stracts from, 14:305 8 , 310 5 , 312,
312 7 , 315 6 , 316*, 380 s ; cited, 4:151;
8:291, 293: 9:299, 446, 454; 11:241;
Transactions cited, 10:495.
albella, Isotoma, 6:190.
Albertson, S. L., insects from, 6:190.
albicornis, Sirex, see Urocerus.

Urocerus (syn. Sirex), IS^SS 1 -
40 T , 341 2 , 341 9 , 342 5 , 370 1 , 371 4 ;
14:398 5 , 400 8 . See also Uroce-
rus albicornis.
albida, Syneta, 11:269.
albidihalteris, Phora, 12:228, 229,

361.

albifrons, Edema, see Symmerista.
Smicra, 12:211.
Symmerista (syn. Edema), 9:

456; 14:313 5 .

albilinea. Leucania (syn. L. harveyi),
4:56; 8:291; 10:482, 490, 509; 12:
310, 356; 13:372 3 ; 14:315 3 , 379 3 ,
379 9 , 395 2 .

albipennis, Bibio, 2:110; 4:174; 6:
167, 174, 188; 7:369; 14:318 4 , 324 7 ,
342 s , 359 9 .
albolineata, Synchlora, sec S.

glaucaria.

albopicta, Empoasca, 11:270.
alcathoe, Anthomyia, 1:171.
Alder, insects injurious to;

Aspidiotns perniciosus, 11:224.
Clastoptera obtusa, 5:243; 6:

172; 8:153.
Feniseca tarquinius, 2:231; 4:

179; 5:282.
Haltica bimarginata, 4:96, 97.

chalybea, 4:101.

Pemphigus tessellata (syn.
Schizoneura), 2:181; 3:125;
9:346.
black, Clastoptera obtusa on, 5:

243.

Alder blight aphis, 2:181; 9:346, 347,
408; 10:498; 14:383 4 .



INDEX TO ENTOMOLOGIST'S REPORTS



405



Alder flea beetle, 4:96-101; 14:357*.

Alder leaf Lachnus, 9:407.

Alder spittle insect, 5:242-40; 14:

362".

Alder woolly plant lice, 5 :282.
Aldrich, J. M., cited, 10:405, 454;

11:182.

Aldrich, T. C., insects from, 9:461.
Aleochara an thorny iae, sec A. nitida.
brachypterus, 1:188.
nitida (syn. A. anthomyiae), 1:

188.

Aletia argillacea (syn. A. xylina),
1:7, 35, 58, 117, 328; 2:220; 4:
206; 11:266; 12:342.
cotton worm, 1:120.
xylina, see A. argillacea.
aletiae, Phora, 10:405.
Aleurodes species, 1:331; 11:271.
Aleurodidae on apple trees, 11:271.
Aleyrodes, 2:220; 7:383.
alia, Taeniocampa (syn. Orthosia

instabilis), 1:328; 11:265.
Allantus rufopectus, see Tenthredo.
Allen, G. H., insects from, 7:382.
Alter, T. O., insects from, 9:464.
allii, Thrips, see Thrips tabaci.
Allis, E. A., insects from, 6:189.
Allis, J. W., insects from, 10:518.
Allorhina nitida, 1:237, 238, 239;
2:114; 5:319; 6:188; 9:353; 10:
516; 11:268, 286; 13:369 r> ; 14:
329 7 , 340 s , 398 8 .
sobrina, 11:268.
allynii, Eupelmus, 4:33.
Almond, insects injurious to;

Aspidiotus perniciosus, 11:223.
Bryobia pratensis, 7:322.
Diabrotica vittata, 4:103.
Almonds, bitter and sweet, Sito-

drepa panicea in, 4:92.
alni, Haltica, sec, H. bimarginata.
alnifoliae, Lachnus, 9:407, 412.
Alnus species, see Alder.
Alobates pennsylvanicus (syn.

Nyctobates), 4:20, 23; 6:189.
alope, Cercyonis (syn. Satyrus), 4:

137.

Satyrus, see Cercyonis.
alpha, Liopus (syn. Sternidius), 1:

331; 11:269.
Sternidius, see Liopus.
alpinellus, Crambus, 1:150.
Alsophila pometaria (syn. Anisop-
teryx), 1:11, 57, 72, 329; 4:15, 139,
140, 206; 11:266; 13:365 3 , 370 7 ;
14:357 9 , 396, 398 8 .
alternans, Laemophloeus, 3:100; 14:

352*.

Temnostoma, 7:229.
nlternatus, Idiocerus, 9:399, 410.
Althaea, Sciara giraudii in stems
of, 5:265.



Altica rufipes, see Crepidodera
Alucita, 10:383.

cerealella, see Sitotroga.
granella, see Sitotroga cerealel-
la.

hexadactyla, 12:221.
Alwood, W. B., cited, 11:233.
Alypia octomaculata (syn. Aga-
risla), 1:33; 5:179-83; 6:177; 8596;
9:455; 10:481; 13:371 7 ; 14:313",
326', 353 3 , 362 8 .
Alysia manducator, of Europe, 1:

176, 187.
Alyssum, sweet, Phyllotreta vittata

on, 1:60.

Amara, food plants of, 3:99.
angustata, 12:209.
obesa, 10:493.
Amarantus, army worm feeding on,

12:206.

amata, Calopteryx, 7:220.
ambigualis, Gaberasa (syn. Tortri-
codes bifidalis, T. indivisalis), 7:
375; 14:321 7 .

ambisimilis, Clisiocampa, 11:265.
Ambler, H. S., insects from, 12:360,

364; 13:372 4 ; reference, 13:358 3 .
Amblycephalus curtisii, see Athysa-

nus.

inimicus, see Deltocephalus.
melsheimerii, see Deltccephalus.
sayii, see Deltocephalus.
Amblycorypha oblongifolia (syn.
PJiylloptera), 6:189; 7:3(>9; 9:
464; 10:512, 519; 11:284, 288;
12:363; 14:318 1 .
rotundifolia, 7:384.
Ambrosia artemisiaefolia, see Rag-
weed.

trifida, 1:115. See also Rag-
weed, great; Horseweed.
ambrosiaefoliella, Bucculatrix, 1 :

344; 8:106, 138.
nmbulans, Lipnra, 2:209.
Amelanchier canadensis, sec Shad

bush,
canadensis var. botryaplum.

sec Shad bush.

American agriculturist abstractfrom,
14:387 2 ; cited, 2:149; 5:193; 10:
505; 12:194.
American angler, cited, 4:202; 14:

351 s .

American association for the ad-
vancement of science. Annual <nl-
dress of president of entomological
club of, 4:172; PromW///f/.v, ab-
stract from. 12:350; citod, 1:163:
6:183; 8:155, 160; 9:317; 11:232;
12:214; 14:305 7 , 329 5 , 330 4 , 368 s ,
392 2 .

American blight, see Schizoneura
americana.



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American cyclopedia cited, 9:299.

American entomological society,
Transactions, abstracts from, 14:
305 2 , 310 3 , 310 6 , 358 8 ; cited, 1:157,
163, 228; 2:126, 180; 4:80, 114, 151;
5:173, 216, 227, 232; 7:255, 256,
280, 285; 8:155, 160; 9:300, 446,
451; 10:408, 411, 417, 478, 508;
11:152, 197, 234, 241; 12:181, 182,
264, 298; 13:335 3 , 338 4 , 340 8 , 344 3 .

American entomologist, abstracts
from, 14:323 2 , 324 6 , 325 4 ; cited,
1:99, 110, 116, 157, 173, 184, 194,
199, 221, 227, 239, 264, 271, 281;
2:89, 111, 117, 125, 126, 132, 142,
149, 168, 203; 4:28, 35, 42, 51, 63,
80, 93, 103, 114, 115, 156, 158;
5:173, 184, 227, 234; 6:125, 147,
173, 175; 7:225, 228, 246, 247, 255,
279, 296, 324; 8:129, 155, 160;
9:300, 317; 10:388, 405, 432, 453;
11:126, 145, 146, 177, 181, 248; 12:
183, 190, 218, 230, 235, 237, 264,
266, 290; 13:343 3 , 351 7 , 351 8 .

American entomologist and botanist,
see American entomologist.

American entomology (Le Conte
edit.), see Say, Thomas.

American farmer, abstracts from,
14:378 7 , 379 1 ; cited, 10:489, 490.

American florist cited, 4:73; 7:242;
11:242.

American garden, abstract from, 14:
351 8 ; cited, 4:204.

American journal of horticulture
cited, 2:117.

American journal of science and arts
cited, 2:57, 167; 9:309; 12:229.

American lappet moth, 1:328; 11:
265.

American locust, 11:271.

American naturalist, abstract from,
12:347: cited, 1:99, 127, 149, 211,
247, 254, 281; 2:102, 149, 208;
4:28, 80, 128, 151; 5:164, 207, 234;
7:324, 372, 374; 8:160; 9:299, 300,
307, 309, 447, 448; 10:388, 404,
405, 477, 478; 11:174, 177, 240;
12:214. 237. 243, 248, 328, 347; 14,-
310 s , 311*, 319 4 , 391 2 ; reprint from,
11:124-26.

American philosophical society, Pro-
ceedings cited, 1:87, 247 254-
2:139, 142; 4:103; 5:192; 7:228;
9:300; 10:416; 12:268; 13:343 2 :
Transactions cited, 2:136; 4:128-
5:231; 12:235, 268.

American pomological society, Re-
port, abstract from, 14:352 7 ; cited
2:125; 5:299.

American quarterly journal of science
and agriculture cited, 2:203; 4:158:
6:125; 10:477; 11:251; 12:237.



American rural home cited, 3:149.
ainericana, Acronycta, erroneous

reference of A. f uneralis.
Cimbex, 1:138; 8:300; 11:284.
Clisiocampa, see Clisiocainpa

americana.

Euprepia, see Arctia caja.
Gastropacha, see Phyllodesma.
Harrisina (syn. Procris) 2:231;

7:379; 14:323 5 , 323 7 , 334 s .
Meroinyza, 1:221-27, 344; 3:96;
6:178; 7:377; 12:361; 14:322 8 ,
326 9 , 335 9 . See also Wheat
stern maggot.
Penthimia, 9:397.
Phyllodesma (syn. Gastro^
pacha), 1:328; 9:456; 11:265;
14:313.

Procris, see Harrisina.
Schistocera, 11:271; 14:340'.
Schizoneura, 5:319.
Silpha, 9:462; 11:285.
Uropoda, see Uropoda ameri-
cana.

americanum, Belostoma, 3:141; 4:
145, 208; 6:189; 7:383; 8:299; 10:
512, 517; 14:357 9 .
americanus, Argas, 6:158.

Chauliognathus, see C. pennsyl-

vanicus.
Chrysophanus, see Heodes hypo-

phlaeas.
Dermacentor (syn. Ixodes), 6:

158.

Ixodes, see Dermacentor.
Julus, see Spirobolus marginn-

tus.

Lithobins, see L. forficatus.
Necrophorus, 14:309 9 .
arninerlandia, Scutelligera, see Mi-

crodon globosus.
amoena, Drosophila, 1:221, 330; 11:

207.

Amuenitatcs Academic ae cited, 8:153.
Ampelophaga myron (syn. Darapsa,
Sphinx, S. pampinatrix), 4:201,
202; 5:174-79, 307, 324; 7:381; 8:
186-87, 295; 9:450; 10:481, 508,509,
515: 12:354. 359; 14:309 9 , 317 6 ,
350 7 , 351-, 355 s , 362 6 , 394 5 .
ampelophila, Drosophila, 1:65; 2:6,
221, 330; 6:117, 173,177; 7:211; 11:
267, 285; 14,:323 9 , 326 6 , 335 9 .
ampelopsidis, Telamona, 9:391.
Ampelopsis or A. quinquefolia, see

Woodbine.

Amphibolips prunus, 4:42; 14:357*.
Amphicarpoea monoica, see Falcata

comosa.

Amphicerus bicaudatus (syn. Apate,

Bostriclnis). 1:312, 330; 2:125-32:

9:447; 11:268; 12:362; 14:311 2 ,

342 7 .

Amphidasys cognataria, see Lycia.



INDEX TO ENTOMOLOGIST'S REPORTS



407



Amphion nessus, 10:515.

Amphipyra pyramidoides, 1:328; 4:
138; 8:296; 11:265.

Amphisa discopunctana, 10:483.

ampla, Plusia, 10:377.

Amsterdam [N. Y.] daily democrat,
abstract from, 14:368";' cited, 5:
314; 7:3G7; 9:299.

amygdali, Diaspis (syn. D. lana-
tus), 12:355; 14:394 7 .

amyntor, Ceratomia (syn. C. quadri-
cornis), 8:296; 10:481, 507, 508,
509; 12:359; 14:309% 309 9 .

Amyot, C. J. B., and Serville, J. G.,
Histoire naturelle des inscctes
Hemiptcres cited, 10:430.

Anacampsis cerealella,. see Sitotro-

ga.
robiniella, see Gelechia.

anaglypticus, Copris* 10:516.

Analcis f ragariae, see Tyloderma.

Anametis granulatus (syn. A.

grisea), 11:269, 270.
grisea, see A. granulatus.

Anarsia liueatella (syn. A. pruinel-
la), 1:151-56; 6: 173; 7:369, 375;
11:267; 14:316 8 , 318 4 , 320 8 ,
324 s , 335 8 .
pruinella, see A. lineatella.

Anasa tristis, attacking melons, 3:
110-12, 147; attracting to shelters,
1:63; creosote oil for, 9:434; gyp-
sum and kerosene for, 2:29; pyre-
thrum harmless to, 1:39; refer-
ence, 2:165; 8:288, 299; 10:497,
519; 11:282, 287; 13:374 4 ; 14:34f>S
352 a , 360 7 , 373 1 , 380, 382 6 , 386\
390 7 ; remedies, 6:169; 8:205-7; 10:
504; 11:282.

anatipennella, Coleophora, o f
Europe 1:163.

Anatis 15-punctata, see A. ocellata.
ocellata (syn. A. 15-punctata),
3:116; 5:305; 8:284, 298; 13:
362 6 , 373 2 ; 14:354 8 , 371 9 .

anchocelioides, Rhynchagrotis (syu.
Agrotis cupida), 1:58; 7:375; 14:
321 9 .

anchorage, Stiretrus, 2:146.

Ancyloxypha numitor, 9:461.

ancylus, Aspidiotus, 11:213, 271,
275, 287; 14:388 3 .

andereggiella, Argyresthia, 1 1 :267.

Andrenidae, 7:219; 10:360; 11:103.

Andrews, W. V., cited, 13:345.

Andricus snltatus, a jumping gall
insect, 7:309.

Angelica, Sitodrepa panicea in, 4:92.

angelica, Apatelodes, 9:455; 14:313 3 .

Angerona crocataria, see Xantho-
type.



Angoumois moth, 1:299, 316; 2:102-
10; 4:17; 6:187; 10:377-86, 485,
492, 510; 14:342 5 , 377 3 , 379 7 .
Anguillulidae, 6:165; 8:221; 10:400,

449; 11:255; 14:359 8 .
angulalis, Palthis, 11:266.
angulifora. Cnllosamia (syn. At-

tacus), 4.:206.

Angus, James, cited, 7:255; insects
from, 9:461; observations on Ci-
cada, 12:285.
angusii, Datana, 4:178.
angustata, Amara, 12:209.
angustatum, Mallodon, 7:251.
angustatus, Nysius (syn. N. destruc-
tor), 1:195, 331; 2:166; 5:321;
11:270; 14:341 5 .

angiisticollis, Meloe, 6:130; 9:458;

10:511, 517; 11:286; 14:314 8 , 367 9 .

angustifrons, Anthomyia, see Phor-

bia fusciceps Zett.
Chortophila, sec Phorbia fusci-
ceps Zett.

angustus, Cryptocampus, 13:336".
Ania limbata (syn. Nematocampa
filamentaria), 3:136; 4:206; 9:456;
11:266; 14:313 7 .
anilis, Clerus, 4:142.
Anisodactylus from strawberry

roots, 9:462.
rusticus, 12:209.
Anisopteryx pometaria, see Also-

phila.

vei^iata, see Paleacrita. ,
Anisota bicolor, sec Sphingicampa.
bisecta, see Sphingicampa.
heiligbrodti, sec Sphingicampa.
pellucida, see A. virginiensis.
rubicunda (syn. Dryocampa), 3:
91; 5:197, 198, 200; 9:295, 422,
J.V>; 10:507; 14:309 6 , 313 3 .
sanatoria (syn. Adelocephala),
2:230; 3:91; 5:192-200, 9:450,
453; 14:312 4 , 333 9 , 362.
stigma, 3:91; 5:197, 199.
virginiensis (syn. A. pellucida),

5:199.

Annals of nature cited, 4:128.
annexa, Agrotis, see Feltia.

Feltia (syn. Agrotis), 8:235.
Annual register of rural affairs cited,

1 :172.

annulata, Brochymena, 11:270.
Plesiastina, 10:392.
Psylla, sea P. carpini vai\
AiniiiloKd- J<i raiiica cited, 2:1.">.
Anobium obesum, see Sitodrepa

panicea.
paniceum, sec Sitodrepa pani-

.cea.

tesselatum, sec Xestobium rufo
villosum.



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Anomala, black, 1:307.
light-loving, 1 :307.
margined, 10:411-13; 11:268;

12:352.

Anomala atrata, see A. lucicola.
binotata, 10:413.
lucicola (syn. A. atrata, A. ma-
culicollis, A. moerens, A. pini-
cola), 1:307; 5:305, 325; 1O:
408-10; 12:352; 13:373 5 ; 14:
355 2 , 393 3 .

maculicollis, sec A. lucicola.
marginata (syn. Melolontha),
10:411-13, 491; 11:268; 12:
352; 14:379 5 , 393 4 .
minuta, 10:412, 413.
moerens, see A. lucicola.
pinicola, see A. lucicola.
undulata (syn. A. varians), 10:

413; 11:268.

varians, see A. undulata.
Anomalon, oviposition in Datana,

8:164.

Anomia rosae, see Typhlocyba.
Anopedias error (syn. Platygaster),

1:321; 2:2.
Anopheles 12:321.

hyemalis, see A. punctipennis.
punctipennis (syn. Culex and
Anopheles hyemalis, and A.
quadrimaculatus in error),
1:298; 2:241; 12:320; 14:343 2 .
quadrimaculatus, erroneous ref-
erence of A. punctipennis.
Anoplitis scutellaris, see Odontota

dorsalis.

Anosia plexippus (syn. Danais ar-
chippus), 4:135-36; 5:285; 8:287;
10:490; 14:357 8 , 37Q 2 .
Anotia bonnetii, 9:387.
Ant, black, 1:213, 321; 10:491.
carpenter, 12:181; 14:399 2 .
cherry tree, 10:365, 366.
European wood, 12:182.
fallow, 11:115.
large black, 1:62; 11:113, 114.
little black, 9:370; 11:113.
little red or yellow (Monomo-
rinm pharaonis), 1:62, 65, 321;
4:133; 9:371, 441; 10:360; 11:
109-14, 281-82; v 12:356; 14-
390 5 , 395 5 .
mound making, 11:115; 12-181'

14:399 3 .

New York, 1:330; 11:264.
pavement, 11:113.
Pennsylvania, carpenter, 12:

181.

white, 9:454.
wood, 2:53.
. yellow (Formica rufa), 11:273.



Ant lions, appearance and habits,
11:234; capture of prey, 11:235;
climbing, 7:319; 9:440; 14:374 7 ;
habits of European species, 11:
239; life history, 11:236-38; litera-
ture of Myrmeleonidae, 11:240-41;
number of species, 11:234; pitfall,
11:235; reference to, 1:79; 2:233;
9:454; 12:357; 14:312 6 , 336 5 ; trans-
formations, 11:236; under carpet,
7:318-20; United States species of
Ascalaphinae, 11:239.
Ants, associated with plant lice,
9:370, 371, 441; 10:501; attacking
Cicada, 12:289; cutworms, 1:321;
larvae of vagabond Crambus, 1:
145; classification, 1:78; injuries
to orange- trees, 10:366; in apple
tree, 1:213; in lawns, 11:115-16;
12:356; 14:387 3 , 395 6 ; in straw-
berry beds, 10:502; longevity of,
4:181; number of species in
United States, 11:115; on fruit
trees, 10:365-68, 491; 11:115; 12:
351; 14:379 4 , 392 9 ; on peonies, 10:
368-69, 491; 14:379 5 ; preying upon
young 17-year locust, 2:177; refer-
ence to, 2:35; 4:84, 114; 9:454; 10:
398; 11:235, 280; 14:322 5 ; reme-



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