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277.

minuta, Anomala, 10:412, 413.
Phora, 10:403.
Teras (syn. T. malivorana), 1:

329; 11:121, 266.
Trichogramma, 2:220.
var. Cinderella, Teras (syn. T

Cinderella), 1:329; 11:266.
minutum, Monomorium, 11:113.
miranda, Caradrina, 10:482.
Miscellaneous essays on economic en-
tomology (Forbes and assistants),
cited, 4:80, 155; 10:388; 11:109.
miscellus, Adipsophanes, see Cata-

bena lineolata.
misella, Pentilia, 2:186.
Mississippi agricultural experi-
ment station, Bulletin cited, 10:
378.

Mississippi valley horticultural so-
ciety, Transactions cited, 12:191.
Mitella, Tetranychus telarius on, 5:

288.

Mites in bran, 6:170; in clothing, 6:
180; in flour, 3:100; 5:294-95;
8:293; in houses, 6:158-61;
7:368; 14:332 5 ; in smoked
meat 3:130-31, 151; 4:204; 5:
291-94; 7:357; on Arbor vit&e,
4:201, 203; on birds, 1:45, 62;
2:227; 3:129; on clover, 7:321-
24; on garden plants, 5:287-
89; on grass, 1:224; 3:128-29;
4:204; on insects, 2:110; 4:
200; 5:289-91; 6:166, 190; 7:
365; 8:179-80; 10:378, 384-86;
on maple, 5:303; on mush-
rooms, 10:449-50, 452-53, 486;
12:352; on orange, 3:144; 8:
281; on peach, 10:459-60; on
pear, 9:442; 10:453-60; on
plum, 10:460; on potatoes, 3:
133, 134, 142, 153; 8:222; 10:
451, 487; 12:352; reference, 9:
377; 11:225; remedies, 10:450.
fresh water, 5:290.
red, 6:159; 7:323, 365.
spinning, 5:290; 6:160.
mitis, Systena, see S. taeniata.
modestus, Podisus, 5:170; 6:189; 7:
353; 13:374*.



INDEX TO ENTOMOLOGIST S REPORTS



515



moerens, Anoinala, see A. lucicola.
Melolontha, see Anomala luci-
cola.

Moeschler, H. B., cited, 7:225.
Moffat, J. A., cited, 1:116; 2:142;
11:127, 135, 139, 146, 241; 12:193.
molesta, Formica, see Monomorium

pharaonis.
Myrmica, see Monomorium

pharaonis.
Solenopsis, see Monomorium

pharaonis.
molestum, Monomorium, see M.

pharaonis.

Simulium, see S. venustum.

molitor, Tenebrio, 2:138; 4:200, 207;

8:110, 176-77, 299, 300; 9:308,

442; 10:497; 14:350 4 , 375 7 , 382 8 .

mollipes, Aulacizes, see Diedro-

cephala.
Diedrocephala (syn. Aulacizes),

9:396, 410.

Molobrus fuliginosa, see Sciara.
inconstans, see Sciara.
mali, see Sciara.
vulgaris, see Sciara.
Monarthrum mali (syn. Grypturgus,
Tomicus), 1:331; 7:316-17, 370; 9:
440; 11:270; 14:318 6 , 374 8 .
Monkshood, Phytomyza nigricornis

infesting, 4:79.
monodon, Notoxus, 11:269.
Monohammus confusor (M. titillator
in error), 2:49-51, 55; 4:23,
207; 5:325; 6:188; 9:463; 10:
511, 517; 12:238, 361.
scutellatus, 10:517.
titillator, erroneous reference of

M. confusor.

Monomorium carbonarium, 10:366.
molestum, see M. pharaonis.
pharaonis (syn. Formica, M.
molestum, Myrmica and
Solenopsis molesta), Belle-
voye's observations on, 11:
112-13; bibliography, 11:109-
10; description of, 11:110-11;
earlier life history, 11:110;
figure of, 11:111; habits, 11:
111; life history, 11:112;
other species in houses, 11:
113; reference, 1:62, 321; 10:
366; 12:356; 14:390, 395 5 ;
remedies, 11:113-14; Say's
description of female, 11:
110; ubiquitous character, 11:
110.
Monophadnoides rubi (syn. Selan-

dria), 1:42.
Monostegia ignota, 9:431.

rosae (syn. Selandria), 1:42; 17:
344, 362; 10:499; 14:366 4 , 384.



monticola, Telamona (syn. T.
querci), 9:391, 410.

montivaga, Hesperia (syn. Pyrgus

tessellata), 1:336.
Megachile, 12:359.

Moody, E. & Sons, insects from, 3:
140.

Moody, H. L., cited, 8:155; 11:240.

Moonseed, Canadian, Psenocerus
supernotatus infesting, 3:138.

Moore, C. H., insects from, 9:462.

Moore, C. R., insects from, 4:206,
208; 10:518.

Moore, Dr E., insects from, 11:287,
288; 12:363.

Moore, J. M., insects from, 4:208.

Moore, W. H., insects from, 3:142.

Mordecai, J. R., insects from, 10:
511.

Morgan, H. A., insects from, 11:287.

Morning glory, insects injurious lo;
Cassida bivittata, 6:127.

nigripes, 7:363.
Chelymorpha argus, 4:201.
Coptocycla aurichalcea, 6:125,

126; 7:363.
guttata, 6:127.
Poecilocapsus lineatus, 1:277.

Morrell, L. L., insects from, 10:518;
11:287.

Morris, Benjamin, observations on
Lebia grandis, 12:236.

Morris, J. G., cited, 2:168; Catalogue
of the described Lepidoptera of
North America cited, 12:183;
Synopsis of the described Lepidop-
tera of North America cited, 1:81,
87; 2:68; 4:51; 5:184, 192; 7:225;
12:183; 13:343'.

Morrison, H. K., cited, 5:201.

Morrisonia confusa, 10:482; 11:265.

Morse, L., insects from, 11:287.

Morton, Emily, observations on Ci-
cada, 4:206; 12:279, 280, 286, 287.

mortuorum, Plusia, 5:285; 10:376,
377.

morula, Acronycta, 1:328; 9:455;
10:481; 11:265; 14:313*.

mosquito, Culex, see C. fasciatus.

Mosquitoes, abundance of, in south
1:14; 12:321; biting organs de-
scribed and figured, 12:326-29;
classification, 1:78; 4:190; de-
velopment, final, 12:334-35; dis-
tribution, 12:321-22; eggs of, 12:
332-33; elephantiasis spread by,
12:331-32; figures of bitingorgans,
12:327, 329; Filaria hosts, 12:331-
32; general account (abstract), 4:
196; larvae described, 12:333-
34; names of, 12:319-20; pallia-
tives of bite, 12:325; pupae de-



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scribed, 12:334; reference, 2:112;
4:133; 5:319; 10:475; 11:106; 12:
307; remedies, 1:36, 38, 40, 74;
severity of bite, 12:323-25; species,
number of, 12:321; winter mos-
quito, description, 2:241-42; 14:
343 2 ; yellow fever, vaccinating
against, 12:331.
Mothrop, Frank, insects from, 8:

297.
Motschulsky, Victor, filudes en-

tomologiques cited, 2:198.
Motte, L. S., cited, 12:273.
Mountain ash, insects injurious to;
Chilocorus bivulnerus, 12:361.
Chionaspis furfurus, 11:208.
Chrysobothris femora ta, 6:155.
Eriocampoides limacina (syn.

Eriocampa cerasi), 9:335.
mozardi, Languria, 6:184; 14:329 9 .
mucidus, Callipterus, 1:331; 11:271.
Muck worm (Ligyrus relictus), 12:

313.

mucronatus, Crangonyx (a crusta-
cean), 8:279, 300; 9:347-49; 10:
498, 519; 14:369 9 , 383.
Mulberry silk worm, 3:153; 4:177.
Mule killer, 6:190.
Mulio globosus, see Microdon.
Muller, Albert, cited, 2:136.
Miiller, O. F., Zoologiae Danicae

prodromus cited, 2:198.
multifera, Caradrina (syn. C. fidi-

cularia), 7:375; 10:482; 14:321 8 .
multilinea, Leucania (syn. L. lapi-

daria), 1:340.
multipulvella, Coleophora, see C.

malivorella.

multi^ta, Sciara, 12:223-24, 361.
multispinosa, Acholla, 10:517.
multistriatus, Julus, see J. caerule-

ocinctus.

munda, Murgantia, 9:317.
mundus, Cryptus, 1:147.
Munson, T. V., cited, 10:411.
Murdock, John R. and A., insects

from, 8:298.

Murgantia histrionica (syn.
Strachia), absence of para-
sites, 1:268,209; bibliography,
1:264; description, 1:265-66;
detailed account, 1:264-71; 9:
315-17; difficult to destroy, 1:
268; distribution, 1:264-65,
266-67; 2:55-56; 9:315; gen-
eral account (abstract), 9:
441; 11:280; 12:349; injuries,
1:267-68; natural history, 1:
266; reference, 1:39, 195; 2:
92, 145; 6:177; 7:372; 8:290,
292; 9:463; 10:433, 498; 11:
287; 12:363; 14:315 2 , 316 8 ,



319 8 , 326 4 , 336 2 , 375 4 , 383 5 , 3S9 9 ,
391 9 ; remedies, 1:63, 269-71;
9:316-17.
munda, 9:317.
murina, Lytta, see Macrobasis uui-

color.

murinus, Dermestes, see D. caninus.
Murray, Andrew, Economic ento-
mology, Aptera cited, 2:208; 4:128;
10:453.

Murtfeldt, M. E., cited, 4:51; 7:
297; 12:193, 230; quoted, 12:231,
232; referred to, 12:232, 233; 13:
353 1 .

Musca, a Linnaean genus, 1:191.
conformis, see Chortophila.
domestica, 1:146, 223, 299; 4:
167; 6:168; 8:265; 9:310,
314; 14:360 5 .
minor, see Hornalornyia

canicularis.
familiaris Harris MS., see Pol-

lenia rudis.

floralis, see Phorbia brassicae.
harpy ia Harris MS., see M.

domestica.

radicum, see Anthomyia.
rudis, see Pollenia.
Muscardine, 4:178.
muscarum, Acarus (Hypopal form),

11:257.
Trombidium, 7:365, 384; 14:

367 4 .
Muscidae, 1:169, 170, 211; 2:117; 5:

225; 9:309, 310.
muscosula, Erastria, 10:482.
musculus, Anthonornus, erroneous

reference of A. signatus.
Musee royal d'histoire naturelle

de Beige, 14:306*.
museorum, Liposcelis, see Atropos

divinatoria.
Museum pest, 1:65; 2:36; 4:88, 93;

5:268; 6:121; 9:381.
Mushroom Phora, 10:399-406; 12:

352; 14:393 8 .
Mushrooms, insects, etc., injurious

to;

Boletina species, 10:392.
Bolitophila cinerea, 10:392.
disjuncta, 10:392.
fusca, 10:392.

Bryobia pratensis, 10:450, 486.
Docosia sciarina, 10:392.
Drosophila funebris, 1:220.
Exechia fungorum, 10:392.

species, 8:172.
Gamasus species, 9:464.
mites, 10:449; 12:352.
Mycetobia pallipes, 10:392.
Mycetophila lunata, 10:392.
signata, 10:392.



INDEX TO ENTOMOLOGIST'S REPORTS



Mushrooms, insects, etc., injuries to;
Phora agarici, 10:403.

albidihalteris, 12:228, 201.
bovistae, 10:403.
flava, 10:403.
lutea, 10:403.
nigra, 10:403.
pumila, 10:403.
Plesiastina annulata, 10:392.
Rhizoglyphus rostroserratus,

10:449.

Rymosia fenestralis, 10:392.
Sciara multiseta, 12:224, 361.

species, 5:265; 6:188.
Sciophila striata, 10:392.
Snails, 7:366.
Tyroglyphus lintneri, 10:452-

53; 12:352.
rostroserratus, 10:486; 14:

377".

species, 11:257.

Muskmelon, insects injurious to;
Aphis gossypii (syn. A. cu-

cumeris), 8:211; 11:168.
, Chauliognathus marginatus, 3:

153.

Diplosis cucumeris (syn. Ceci-
domyia), 8:212; 11:165-66.
setigera, 11:168.
Margaronia hyalinata (syn.
Eudioptis), 10:503; 11:
135; 14 :386'.

nitidalis (syn. Eudioptis),
3:140, 152; 10:503; 11:
127, 132; 14:386 1 .
Otiorhynchus ovatus, 10:417.
Muskmelon borers or worms, 3:152;

10:403; 14:346".
Mustard, wild, insects on;

Epicauta pennsylvanica, 6:136.
Murgantia histrionica, 1:267.
Phyllotreta vittata (syn. Haltica

striolata), 1:310.
mutabilis, Microdon, of Europe, 2:

116.
Mutinus ravenalii, Silphaamericana

on, 11:285.

Mycetobia pallipes, 10:392.
Mycetophila lunata, 10:392.
signata, 10:392.
species, 10:389.

Mycetophilidae, 1:219; 2:125; 5:264;
7:316; 8:172, 297; 10:387-99, 447;
12:223-28.

myellus, Crambus, 1:150.
Myer, H. G., insects from, 7:381.
Mylabris irresecta, see Bruchus ob-

tectus.
rufimana Bohem., see Bruchus

rufimanus Bohem.
rufimanus Schon., erroneous
reference of Bruchus lentis
Bohem.



mylitta, Phyciodes, 8:296.
Myndus impunctatus (syn. Cixius .

9:386, 410.

Myobia pumila, 11:177.
Myophasia aenea, 12:210.
myops, Alaus, 1:330; 5:317; 11:267;

14:339.

Myriapoda, attacking asters and
lilies, 9:371-72, 441; attacking
potatoes, 3:131-33; 10:445-49, 487;
bibliography of two species, 3:
133; contributions of, 3:142; 4:208;
5:326; 6:190; 7:384; 9:466; 10:513,
519; habits, 2:6; parasites, 3:133-
34; reference, 5:251; 10:498; 11:
252; 12:336; 14:363 5 , 383"; reme-
dies, 3:134-35; species treated of,
3:131-33; 4:128-34; 5:295-96; 8:
324-27; 12:300-3, 349.
myrina Argynnis, see Brenthis.

Brenthis (syn. Argynnis.), 4: 137.
Myrmeleon immaculatus, 7:318, 384;
9:440; 11:236, 237, 238, 240;
14:374 7 .

ingeniosus, 11:238.
larva, 11:237.
nigrocinctus, 7:319.
i ocellatus, see Dendroleon ob-

soletum.

pantherinus, 7:320.
pumilus, see Brachynemurus.
rusticus, 11:238.
species, 2:233; 11:234-41; 12:

357; 14:312, 395 9 .
tetragrammicus, 11:240.
Myrmeleonidae, bibliography, 1 1 :
240; species treated of, 11:234,
240.
Myrmica molesta,. see Monomorium

pharaonis.

Myrmicidae, 10:365-69; 11:109-14.
myrou, Ampelophaga (syn. Chaero-
campa pampinatrix, Darapsa,
Everyx, Otus, O. cnotus,
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", 317 6 , 350 7 , 35 1 2 ,
355 8 , 362 6 , 394V
Darapsa, see Ampelophaga.
Everyx, see Ampelophaga.
Otus, see Ampelophaga.
Sphinx, see Ampelophaga.
Myrsiphylluin asparagoides, sec

Smilax.

mytilaspidis, Aphelinus, 1:61.
Mytilaspis pomicorticis, see M.

pomorum.

pomorum (syn. M. pomicorticis,
Aspidiotus, A. conohiformis,
A. juglandis, Coccus arbor-
um-linearis, C. pyrus-malus,



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Lepidosaphes conchiformis),
bibliography, 4:114; common
apple tree pest, 4:115; 9:373;
contributions of, 10:518; de-
scription of scale, 4:116; de-
tailed account, 4:114-21, 195;
life history, 4:116-18; occur-
ring on 17 species of food
plants, 9:464; on Crataegus
oxyacanthus, 1O:512; on wil-
low, 2:232; 8:286; rapidity of
increase, 4:115-16; reference,
1:8, 11, 331; 4:114, 185; 5:319;
6:165; 7:384; 8:293; 9:409,
411, 413; 11:201, 202, 271,
273, 274, 287; 12:448; 13:374 8 ;
14:316"; 334 T , 340 7 , 344 s , 347 9 ,
357", 359 1 , 372 5 , 387\ 391 5 ;
remedies, 3:146; 4:118-20;
transportation of its para-
sites, 1:61.

Myzoxylus mali, see Schizoneura
lanigera.

Myzus cerasi (syn. Aphis), attack-
ing roots of peach trees, 2:
19-22; bibliography, 5:253; de-
scription, 5:255-56; general
account, 5:253-57; lady bug
preying on, 5:257; 8:284; life
history, 5:254-55; on wild
goose plums, 9.440; ravages
on cherry, 9:345-46; reference,
1:13; 2:122; 3:151; 8:125, 298;
9:293, 369, 405, 411, 412, 463;
10:365, 498; 12:350; 13:363 5 ,
368 4 ; 14362 9 , 37P, 375 3 , 383 4 ,
392 3 , 397 8 , 400 4 ; remedies, 2:
21-22; 5:236-57.

persicae see ?Aphis prunicola.
ribis (syn. Aphis), 1:272; 2:145;
9:370-71; 10:498; 11:275-76;
13:363 5 ; 14:360\ 383 8 , 388 3 ,
400 4 .

Nacerdes melanura, 8:299.
Nacophora ypsilon (syn. Biston),ll:

266.

Nadata behrensii, see N. gibbosa.
gibbosa (syn. N. behrensii), 8:
296; 9:450, 456;.13:37P; 14:
313 5 .

naevius, Nisoniades, see ? Thanaos.
Thanaos (syn. Nisoniades), 1:
333, 334, 336; 6:180; 14:307 2 ,
32T 7 .

Names, J. B., insects from, 10:510.
nana, Tenebrioides (syn. Trogosita),

1:330; 11:267.

Trogosita, see Tenebrioides.
Nanophyes tamarisci, 4:154.
Napomyza lateralis, 7:246.



nasalis, Gastrophilus (syn. Oestrus),

1:299.

Oestrus, see Gastrophilus.
nastes, Colias, see Eurymus p n j.

lodice.
Nasturtium, insects, etc., injurious

to;

cut worms, 8:236.
Tetranychus telarius, 5:289,

322

Thrip's tabaci, 11:244.
nasuta, Chlorops, of Europe, 4:72.
natata, Ephemera, see E. simulans.
Palingenia, see Ephemera simu-
lans.
Nathurst, E. A., insects from, 12:

363.

Nation, abstracts from, 11:277, 282,
283; 12: 349; 14:388 7 ,. 390 8 , 390 9 ,
391 T .

Natural science association of
Staten Island, Proceedings cited,
12:273.
Naturaliste Canadien cited, 5:164;

10:433.
Naturalists' library (Duncan), cited,

5:183.

navale, Lymexylon, 4:195.
navalis, Tribolium, see T. ferrugi-

neum.

Nebraska agricultural experiment
station, Bulletin cited, 10:433; 11:
182, 187; Report cited, 10:378.
Nebraska bee killer, 1:318.
Nebraska farmer cited, 10:433.
Nebraska state board of agricul*
ture, Report cited, 12:192; 13:353 3 .
Nebraska state horticultural so-
ciety, Report cited, 11:250; 12:
218, 254; 13:353 3 .
nebris, Gortyna, see Hydroecia

nitela.
nebulosa, Nemoura, of Europe, 2:

241.
Neckweed, Corimelaena pulicaria

on, 8:213.
Necrophorus americanus, 13:373'.

tomentosus, 5:289.
Nectarine, insects injurious to;
Curculio, plum, 1:308.
Otiorhynchus' tenebricosus, 2:

52.

I Nectarophora granaria (syn. Aphis,
A. .a venae, A. cerealis, A.
hordei, Siphonophora, S.
a venae), 1:313, 316; 2:225; 3:
112, 150; 5:246, 250, 251; 6:
167; 8:295; 14:317 7 , 317 9 , 318 4 ,
325 1 , 331 7 , 345 9 , 346 9 , 352 2 , 359 8 ,
360^, 361 3 , 362, 365 4 , 371 2 , 380".
rudbeckiae (syn. Aphis, Si-
phonophora), 9:4(X3, 411, 412.



INDEX TO ENTOMOLOGIST'S REPORTS



Nectarophora solani (syn. Siphono-

phora), 3:122.
solanifolii (syn. Siphonophora),

3:122.

Neer, J. B., insects from, 10:511.
neglecta, Lycaena, see Cyaniris

pseudargiolus var.
Negro bug, flea like, 14:371 5 .
Negundo aceroides, see Box elder.
Nematocampa filamentaria, see Ania

limbata.

Nematode, 8:221, 222.
nematogaster, Panorpa, 10:465.
Nematus erichsonii, see Lygaeonem-

atus.

ribesii, see Pteronus.
salicis-pomum, see Pontania

pomum.

ventricosus, see Pteronus ribesii.
Nemoraea leucaniae, see Winthemia

4-pustnlata.
Nemoura nebulosa, of Europe, 2:

241.

nivalis, 1:298; 2:240; 14:343 2 .
nenuphar, Conotrachelus, see C.

nenuphar.

Curculio, see Conotrachelus.
Neoclytus capraea (syn. Cyllene),

1:297.
erythrocephalus, 6:188; 10:511;

11:268; 12:246.
nephele, Cercyonis (syn. Satyrus),

5:285.

Satyrus, see Cercyonis.
Nephelodes minians, 1:107, 108.

var. violans (syn. N. vio-
lans), abundance of cater-
pillars in St. Lawrence
county, 1:100-1; bibliog-
raphy, 1:99; description
of larva, 1:102-3; 4:55, 57;
description of rnoth, 1:
106-8; detailed account,
1:99-110; difficulty in
rearing, 1:101-2; distribu-
tion, 1:108; natural his-
tory, 1:108-9; occurrence
of larvae, 1:103-4; 4:54-
56; 8:173; parasites of, 1:
109-10; preventives and
remedies, 1:110; publish-
ed observations on, 1:104-
5; reference, 1:127, 136,
149; 4:206; 6:180, 182: 8:
235; 10:482; 14:327 8 , 328 2 ,
328 9 , 329 9 , 335, 357.
rubeolans, 1 :107.
violans, see Nephelodes miuians

var.

Nephlodepsis, Lecanium hesperi-
dum on, 11:287.



Nephopteryx zimmermani, see Pini
pestis.

Nepytia semiclusaria (syn. Cleora
pulchraria), 4:20, 21; 9:450.

nerii, Aphis, of Europe, 3:122.

Aspidiotus, 2:32; 5:278, 317; 8:
214; 11:203-4, 287; 14:339 9 ,
363 4 , 369 7 .

nervosa, Odontota (syn. O. rosea),

1:331; 11:269.
Sciara, 5:265; 10:392, 489.

nessus, Amphion, 10:515.

Nettle, common, Phytomyza chry-
santhemi (P. lateralis in error)
mining, 4:77.

Neumoegen, Bertho'.d, cited, 13:344 3 ,
344 5 .

Neuronia pardalis, 12:298-99; 14:
399 2 .

Neuroptera, classification, 1:79; 4:
167, 190; 8:302; 9:465; contribu-
tions of, 4:208; 5:326; 6:189; 8:
300; 9:464; 10:512; 11:288; larval
habits of, 1:74; new species de-
scribed, 1:298; number of species,
4:165, 181; reference, 1:162, 316;
4:10; 5:286; 10:377; 11:272: 12:
344; species treated of, 4:121-24:
7:318-20; 8:155-62; 10:463-80; 11:
234-41; 12:298-99.

Neuroterus saltatorius, 7:309.
verrucarum, 5:308, 324.

nevada, Eudamus, see E. mexicana.

Nevada agricultural experiment
station, Bulletin cited, 12 293.

New England farmer cited, 2:57; 4:
27; 7:360; 10:416; 14:365 3 .

New England homestead cited, 3:144,
146, 147, 148, 149, 152; 4:103, 194,
202; 5:305, 306, 309, 316, 317, 318,
319, 321, 323; 6:168, 169, 172; 7:
256, 362, 363, 367; 8:141, 281, 282,
284; 9:318; 14:339 4 , 340 1 , 340 s ,
340 8 , 341 8 , 342 1 , 344*, 344 7 , 344 8 ,
344"; 345 1 , 345 5 , 345 7 , 346 4 , 347",
351 2 , 355 2 , 355 4 , 358 4 , 360 5 , 360 7 ,
363 7 , 366 1 , 366 4 , 368, 370, 370 s ,
371".

New Hampshire agricultural ex-
periment station, Bulletin cited,
12:194, 238; Report cited, 12:254.

New Jersey agricultural experi-
ment station, Bulletin cited, 5:
220; 11:216, 231, 232, 233; 12:192,
253, 268, 272; Report cited, 8:141;
10:378, 478; 11:173, 177, 211, 233,
241, 242; 12:190, 218, 235, 248,
253, 272.

New Jersey state board of agricul-
ture. Report cited, 14:360 4 .

New Jersey tea, Corimelaena puli-
caria on, 8:213.



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New Mexico agricultural experi-
ment station, Bulletin cited, 10:
433; 11:222, 232, 233, 250; 12:193;
13:353 5 .

New York agricultural experiment
station (Geneva), Bulletin cited,
2:118, 234; 5:312, 315; 11:178, 233,
242; 12:193; 14:336 7 , 337 6 ; Report
cited, 11:178, 242. See also
Cornell university agricultural
experiment station.

New York daily tribune, abstract
from, 12:352-53; cited, 12:190;
14:385 6 , 393 9 .

New York entomological club, 14:
305 9 .

New York entomological society,
Journal cited, 12:215, 273; 13:
343 3 , 344 5 .

New York farmers, Proceedings
cited, 5:300; 14:353 2 .

New York homestead cited, 10:488,
490; 14:378 8 , 379 2 .

New York microscopical society,
Journal cited, 9:300, 301, 307; 11:
182; 12:273; quoted, 12:290, 291.

New York recorder, abstract from,
12:352; cited, 12:190; 14:393 7 .

New York state agricultural so-
ciety, 14:306 3 ; Bulletin cited, 8:
152, 154; 14:338 9 ; Monthly journal
cited, 12:290; Report cited, 1:111,
152, 163, 221, 233, 254; 5:312, 318;
6:173, 178, 182, 184; 7:373; 14:
320 1 , 324 2 , 326 8 , 329 2 , 329 s , 337%
340 2 , 349 5 , 35 1 9 ; Transactions
cited, 1:87, 172, 184, 194, 201, 202,
221, 227, 239, 253, 271, 281; 2:
68, 102, 125, 132, 148, 164, 168,
180, 203; 4:27, 107, 114; 5:184,201,
215, 234, 246, 253, 316; 6:147, 171,
173, 178, 182, 184; 7:373; 8:152,
153; 9:299, 317; 11:109, 146, 248;
12:218, 243, 264; 13:338 3 , 342 9 ,
351 5 ; 14:320S 320 2 , 324 3 , 326 8 , 329 2 ,
329 s , 339 s , 356 6 , 356 7 , 360 s , 361 1 ,
361 2 . See also Insects of New
York (Fitch).

New York state cabinet of natural
history, Report cited, 1:99, 281;
5:242; 8:152, 153; 9:448, 449, 450;
14:311 8 .

New York state department of
agriculture, Circular, abstract
from, 12:252; cited, 12:190.

New York state fishery commis-
sion, 10th annual report cited, 7:
373; 14:319 5 .

New York state museum, Bulletin,
abstract of, 11:277; 14:356 5 , 356 T ,
388 8 ; cited, 5:207, 308; reprint of
bulletin, 11:200-33. Circular



cited, 2:149; 14:335 2 ; Report cited,
1:116; 2:69, 97, 149, 233; 4:57; 5:
184, 193, 201, 207, 309, 316; 7:228,
365, 372, 374; 8:133, 152, 290, 292;
9:299, 439, 450, 451, 452, 453, 455,
- 456, 457; 10:497, 498; 11:160; 13:
343 4 , 348 9 , 352 3 ; 14:306 9 , 314 8 , 314 9 ,
315 8 , 315 9 , 319 4 , 321 1 ,339 5 ,357 1 , 362 2 ,
367 6 , 374 2 , 381 9 , 383 2 , 392 7 , 395 4 ,
398' 9 , 399 9 . See also Insects of
New York (Lintner).
New York times cited, 7:358, 360; 8:

279; 14:364 2 , 365 2 , 369 6 .
New York tribune cited, 7:255; 9:

300; 10:388, 502.
New York weekly tribune cited, 5:

314; 11:181; 14:338 4 .
Newberry, J. S., insects from, 10:
518; on Cicada chambers, 12:283-
85.

Newman, Edward, cited, 2:116.
Newport, George, cited, 4:128.
Newstead, Robert, cited, 10:405.
ni, Plusia, of Europe, 1:189; 2:89,

90, 92; 6:184.
ni Grote, Plusia, erroneous reference

of P. brassicae.
Nichols, D. A. A., insects from, 4:

207.
Nichols, J. B. & Son, insects from,

10:513.

nictitans, Gortyna, see Hydroecia.
Hydroecia (syn. Gortyna), 1:

115, 340; 10:482.
niger, Chrysops, 9:462; 12:361.
Nigger killer, 6:190.
nigra Caenis, Hagen MS., 4:123.
Cecidomyia, see Diplosis pyri-

vora.

Diplosis, see D. pyrivora.
Formica, see Lasius.
< Lasius (syn. Formica), 10:308.
Phlaeothrips, 11:249.
Phora, 10:403.
Sciara, 10:394.

nigricana, Laspeyresia, 13:372 5 .
var. maizi, Agrotis, see Car-

neades tessellata.
nigricollis, Clastoptera, sub species,

9:395.
nigricornis, Phytomyza, 4:79; 7:

242.

Urocerus, 13:342 2 , 342 4 .
nigrilabris, Brachynemurus, 11:238.
nigrinasi, Athysanus, see Bytho-

scopus.
Bythoscopus (syn. Athysanus),

9:401, 410.
nigrinodis, Cordylopeza, see Galasa

rubidana.

nigripes, Cassida, 6:127; 7:363, 383;
14:366*.



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m.uTirostris, Phytonomus, 1:248.
nigrocinctus, Myrmeleon, 7:319.
nigrofasciatum, Lecanhim (L. per-
sicae in error), 7:379, 380; 14:
323*, 323 7 .
nigrum, Isosoma, see I. tritici

FitcJi.
uimbatana, Antithesia, see Pen-

thina.

Penthina (syn. Antithesia, Pen-

thina contrarinna), 1:57; 2:

228, 230; 4:206; 5:213-15; 6:

139; 10:483; 14:332 9 , 362 T .

Nisonindes, 1:333, 335, 336; 2:214;

5:285; 7:371; 9:449.
afranius, see ?Thanaos.
ausonius, see Thanaos.
brizo. see Thanaos.
f uneralis, see Thanaos.
horatius, see Thanaos.
icelus, see Thanaos.
juvenalis, see Thanaos.
lucilius, see Thanaos.
martialis, see Thanaos.
naevius, see ?Thanaos.
pacuvius, see ?Thanaos.
persius, see Thanaos.
petronius, see Thanaos.
propertius, see Thanaos.
somnus, see ?Thanaos.
terentius, see Thanaos.
tibullus, 1:335.
tristis, see Thanaos.
virgillus, see Thanaos horatius.
nitela, Hydroecia, see Hydroecia

nitela.
nitida, Aleochara (syn. A. antho-

myiae), 1:188.

Allorhina, 1:237, 238, 239; 2:
114; 5:319; 6:183; 9:353; 10:
516; 11:268, 286; 13:369 5 ; 14:
329 7 , 340 8 , 398 3 .
Thalessa, 4:41.

nitidalis, Eudioptis* see Margaronia.
Margaronia, see Margaronia

nitidalis.

Phacellura, see Margaronia.

Phakellura, see Margaronia.

Phalaena, see Margaronia.

Nitidulidae injuring apple trees, 11:

267.
nivalis, Degeeria (syn. Podura), of

Europe, 2:244.

Nemoura, 1:298; 2:240; 14:343 2 .
Podnra, see Degeeria.
niveosericearla, Geometra, see

Ennomos subsignarius.
niveus, Oecanthus, see Oecanthus

niveus.

nivicola, Achorutes, see Schoturus.
Perla, see Capnia pygmaea.
Podura, see Schoturus.



nivicola, Schoturus, see Schoturus

nivicola.
nivoriundus, JBoreus, 1:298; 2:237-

38; 14:343 8 .
Chironomns,^ 1:13, 298; 2:242-43;

14:843*.
noctilucus, Pyrophorus, see Pyroph-

orus noctilucus.
Noctua baja (syn. Agrotis), 1:8, 340;



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