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Japanese, or flowering, insects in-
jurious to;
Aspidiotus perniciosus, 11:224,

287.
Ohionaspis furfurus, 10:518;

11:203.

Plusia brassicae, 2:91.
Quince curculio, 2:11; 4:15, 87; 5:
316; 6:181; 10:419-20, 511; 12::jr>2;
14:328 5 , 393 8 .

Quince tree aphis, 10:512.
Quince tree borer, 8:280; 14:370 l .
quinquedecimpunctata, Anatis, sec

A. ocellata.
quinquelineata, Sciara, 5:265; 10:

388.

quinquelineatus, Cixius, see Oliarus.
Oliarus (syn. Cixius), 9:386,

410.
quinquemaculata, Macrosila, sec

Phlegethontins celeus.
Sphinx, see Phlegethontius

celeus.

quinquenotata, Coccinella, see C.
transversoguttata.

Babbit moth, 4:51-54; 14:357'.
Race horse, Stagmomantis Caro-
lina, 4:160.



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radcliffei, Acronycta, 1:328; 11:265.
radiata, Locusta, see Chortophaga

viridifasciata.
Tragocephala, see Chortophaga

viridifasciata.

radiatus, Gompliocerus, sec Chorto-
phaga viridif a sciata.
radicola, Tylenchus, 8:222.
radicum, Anthomyia (syn. Musca),
1:171, 184, 185, 186, 191-94,
196, 198; 14:335 9 .
Musca, see Anthomyia.
var. calopteni Riley, Antho-
myia, sec Phorbia fusciceps
Zett.

Radish, insects, etc., injurious to;
Anthomyia raphani, 1 :48, 194-

99; 2:28.

Anthomyians, 1:183.
Ceutorhynchus assimilis, 1:195.
Epitrix cucumeris, 1:195.
Melanoplus spretus (syn. Calop-

tenus), 1:195.
Murgantia histrionica, 1 :267,

270; 9.316, 317.
munda, 9:317.

Nysius angustatus (syn. N. des-
tructor), 1:195; 5:321.
Phorbia brassicae (syn. P.

floccosa), 1 208.
Phyllotreta vittata (syn. Or-

chestris), 1:60, 195; 9:375.
Poecilocapus lineatus, 1:277.
thousand legged worm (Julus),

1 :307.
Radish fly, 1:48, 193, 194-99, 296,

322; 14:335".
Radish seed weevil (Ceutorhynchus

assimilis), 1:195.

Raeder, F. N., insects from, 7:383.
Raflnesque, C. S., cited, 4:128.
Ragonot, M., cited, 11:241.
Ragweed, insects feeding on;

Hydroecia nitela (syn. Gor-

tyna), 1:112; 8:191.
Leucania unipuncta, 12:206.
Systena taeniata (syn. S.

blanda), 4:156, 197, 198.
great, Hydroecia nitela (syn.

Gortyna nebris) on, 1:11.").
Rains, Mrs G. W., insects from, lu:

516, 519.

Raisins, Silvanus surinamensis in-
festing, 12:361.

ralla, Orthosia, 8:291; 14:315 5 .
Ramsden. K.. insects from, 4:208. .
Ramsey, C. H., insects from, 6:187,

188, 189.

Ramson, W. H.. insects from, 7:382.
Ramularia tulasnei (strawberry
leaf blight), 4:185.



rantalis, Eurycreon, see Loxostege

similalis.

Ranunculus, see Buttercup,
rapae, Pieris, see Pieris rapae.
rapax, Aspidiotus, 11:271.
raphani, Anthomyia, 1:48, 171, 193,

194-99, 296, 322; 2:28; 14:335 9 .
Raphanus sativus, see Radish.
Raphidia cornuta, see Corydalis.
Raphitelus ?maculatus, 4:105.
Rasahus biguttatus (syn. Pirates),

4:112.
Raspberry, insects injurious to;

Agrilus ruficollis, 6:124; 10:406-

7.

Anisota senatoria, 5:197.
Anornala marginata, 10:411.
Anthomyia species, 11:170, 285.
Aspidiotus perniciosus, 11:207,

224.

Bembecia marginata, 3:145.
Byturus unicolor, 8:298.
Ceresa bubalus, 1:315-18.
Corimelaena pulicaria, 8:213.
Figites rubus-caulis, 1 :315.
Hydroecia cataphracta (syn.

Gortyna), 10:373-76.
nitela (syn. Gortyna), 10:

374.

Hyppa xylinoides, 4:138.
Jassus olitorius (syn. Coelidia

olitoria), 9:398.
Limonius auripilis, 7:351.
Lygus pratensis, 13:352 7 .
Macrodactylus subspinosus, 9:

420.

Nysius angustatus, 5:321.
Oberea bimaculata (syn. O.
perspicillata and O. tripunc-
tata), 1:57, 297; 4:47, 189, 207;
5:231-33; 7:369; 9:457; 11:
171; 14;314 3 , 318 2 .
Oecanthus niveus, 1:315; 6:189.
Otiorhynchus picipes, 2:52.
sulentus, 2:52.
tenebricosus, 2:52.
Poecilocapsus lineatus, 1:277.
Synchlora glaucaria, 8:130; 14:

372 3 .

Tischeria inalifoliella, 11:162.
Typhlocyba vulnerator (syn.

Erythroneura), 9:402-3.
Raspberry cane borer (Hydroecia
cataphracta), 12:351; 14:314 3 ,
318% 392.

Raspberry cane girdler (Oberea
bimaculata), 1:57; 4:47, 189, 207;
5:231-33; 7:369; 9:457; 11:170,
171; 14:362 8 .

Raspberry cane maggot (Phorbia
rubivora), characteristics of at-
tack, 11:171; distribution, 11:172;



INDEX TO ENTOMOLOGIST'S REPORTS



injuring raspberry canes, 11:170;

observed in Canada, 11:170; ob-
served in Michigan, 11:171; prob-
ably in Pennsylvania, 11:172;

reference, 11:285; 12:357; 14:

395"; remedies, 11:172.
Raspberry geometer (Synchlora

glaucarla), 8:129-33; 10:497; 14:

382'.
Raspberry gouty gall beetle (Agri-

lus runcollis), 6:123-25; 174; 14:

324 9 , 367 8 .
Raspberry root borer (Bembecia),

3:145.

Raspberry rust, 4:185.
rastricornis, Chauliodes, 8:107, 156-

59.
Rat tail larvae, 1:213; 6:173; 7.363;

8:287; 14:324S 372 9 .
Rathbone, A. B., insects from, 7:

382.
Rathvon, S. S., cited, 1:81, 227; 5:

234; 6:147; 7:255, 279; on Cicada

chambers, 12:283.
Itatzeburg, J. T. C., Forstlnsekten

cited, 4:103; 5:164.
Rear horse (Mantis), 4:160.
Reaumur, R. A. F., cited, 2:102;

Memoires pour servir a V histoire

des insectes cited, 2:102; 11:240.
reclivata, Telamona, 9:391.
rectus, Balaninus, 12:267-72; 14:
399 7 . See also B. probosci-
deus.

Sphenophorus, see S. placidus.
Red bay, Lecanium on, 11:222.
Red bug (Dysdercus), 2:166.
Red scale, 1:60; 4:188.
Red spider, 2:31; 3:129; 4:203; 5:

287, 321; 6:159; 7:324; 8:255; 9:

432; 14:341 6 .

Reddy, B. J., insects from, 5:324.
rediruicula, Agrotis, see Carneades.
Carneades (syn. Agrotis), 10:

377.
Redroot, Chauliognathus margin-

atus on, 4:86.
Reduviidae, 4:109; 5:316; 6:138; 8:

294.
Reduvius personatus, see Opsicoe-

tus.
pungens, see Melanolestes pi-

cipes.
Reed, C. M., insects from, 3:141; 9:

463.
Reed, E. B., cited, 2:57, 132; 4:63,

80; 5:216; 12:191, 235, 237; 13:

343 5 .

Reed, Shelby, insects from, 3:140.
Reed grass. Sphenophorus sculp-

tilis on, 1 :259.
regalis, Citheronia, 5:324; 13:347'.



regelationis, Trichocera, 11:267.
Reilly, R. L., insects from, 9:463.
Reindeer warble fly, 6:111.
Reinecke, Ottomar, insects from,

12:315.

Reinecke, Ottomar and Zescli.
Frank, List of Coleoptera ob-
served and collected in the vicinity
of Buffalo cited, 7:285.
reinwardtii, Tabanus, 13:372 T .
Reitter, Edmund, Catalogus Colcop-
terorum Europae, Gaucasi et Ar-
meniae Rossicae cited, 7:256; 12:
254.
relictus, Ligyrus, 4:204; 8:298; 10:

506; 12:313; 14:341", 387 8 .
religiosa, Mantis, 4:162.
Remedies and preventives for;

Abbot's white pine worm, 1:42.
Acarina on hens, 1:45.
Agrilus ruficollis, 6:124.
Agriotes mancus, 12:356.
Agrotis ypsilon, 8:188, 190.
alder flea beetle, 4:101.
Alsophila pometaria (syn. Ani-

sopteryx), 13:365 4 , 370.
American blight aphid, or

Woolly apple aphis, 2:35.
American meal worm, 9:308,

309, 442.

Anasa tristis, 8:205, 206, 278.
Angoumois moth, 2:109; 10:

485, 492.

Anisota senatoria, 5:200.
Anomala lucicola, 5:305.

marginata, 10:413, 491.
ant, large black, 11:113, 114,
little red, 11:114.
red, 1:62, 65; 11:114.
yellow, 11:273.
Anthomyian flies, 1:65, 75.
Anthrenus, 1:64.
ants, 1:50, 02; 10:367, 368; in
houses, 11:113, 114, 281; in
lawn, 11:116; in strawberry
beds, 10:502; on trees, 10:
491; 11:280.

Aphids or plant lice, 1:49; 2:31.
Aphis gossypii (syn. A. cucum-

tris), 8:212, 213, 283.
mali, 8:123, 217, 281; 13:

363*.

pnmifoliae, 8:125; 12:350.
apple bud worm, 11:121.
apple ourculio, 1:00.
apple leaf Bucculatrix, 1:102;

5:262, 317; 8:219; 9:445.
apple leaf miner, 9:445; 11:162.
apple maggot, 2:123; 8:247,248;

10:499; 12:347, 348.
apple root plant louse, 1:47.
apple scab, 10:488.



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Remedies and preventives for (cont'd)

apple tree aphis, 5:160, 302; 8:

123, 217, 285; 9:372, 373, 431-

32; 10:489, 490; 13:363*.

apple tree bark louse, 4:118-19,

195; 5:319; 9:373.
apple tree borer, 1:58, 64, 312;
2:25, 27; 5:163; 7:313; 10:
488; 12:356; 13:366 2 .
round headed, 5:271, 320.
apple tree case bearer, 1:166; 8:

218; 11:122.
apple tree caterpillar, red

humped, 1:57; 5:309.
yellow necked, 1:57.
apple tree tent caterpillar, 1:
56; 5:304; 8:122; 9:436, 441;
11:121.

apple twig borer, 2:131.
apple worm, 1:35, 58, 60, 63.
army worm, 1:35, 53, 58; 9:443;
12:211-14, 352, 353; 12:211-14,
353*
ash gray blister beetle, 1:32, 57;

5:305.

asparagus beetle, 1:59, 61, 245,
246; 6:167, 179; 8:252; 11:
181, 278; 12:252.
twelve spotted, 12:252.
Aspidiotus nerii, 5:317; 8:215,

279.

Attagenus, 1:64.
autumn tent caterpillar (fall

web worm), 1:57.
bacon beetle, 5:313; 6:121.
bag or basket worm, 1:33, 57,
87; 4:204; 5:321; 6:177; 10:494.
Balaninus proboscideus, 12:

271, 272.

rectus, 12:271, 272.
bark borers, 2:55; 4:107.
bark lice, 5:163; 8:279.
bean weevil, 2:49, 229; 6:172,
179, 185; 7:275, 277, 285; 9:
439; 11:276.

beautiful wood nymph, 1:33.
bed bugs, 1:62; 2:18; 9:458.
beech tree blight, 12:355.
bees, 13:369 9 .

beet leaf miner, 5:322; 9:375.
birch leaf Bucculatrix, 8:140.
bird mites, 1:62.
black fly, 1:74.
black rot, 9:436.
blight in asters, 9:372.
blister beetle, 4:201.

black, 6:136. 170; 9:443; 10:

496; 11:281.

margined, 1:33, 57; 12:354.
striped. 1:33, 40; 6:132, 133,

176; 12:354.
boll or corn worm, 1:126; 7:363.



Remedies and preventives for (confff)
Boophilus bovis (syn. Ixodes),

6:158.
box elder plant bug, 10:438,

439, 503.

broad striped flea beetle, 4:156.
bronze colored cut worm, 1 :110.
brown rot, 9:369, 417.
Bruchus chinensis (syn. B.

scutellaris), 6:127.
pisorum (syn. B. pisi), 12:

355.
Bucculatrix canadensisella, 8:

140.

pomifoliella, 8:219.
Bud moth or worm, 7:216; 10:

488.
cabbage aphis, 6:148; 7:318,

372; 9:432; 10:495.
cabbage butterfly, 1:39, 52, 59;

9:442.

cabbage caterpillars, 1:65.
cabbage fly, 1:47, 52, 190, 192,

199; 5:157, 158, 159; 9:431.
cabbage gall weevil, 1 :65.
cabbage maggot, 4:194; 6:166;

9:418; 10:484.

cabbage Plusia, 2:93; 6:184.
cabbage worm, 1:59; 2:26, 27;

9:444.

Calandra granaria, 8:278.
canker worms, 1:33, 57, 64; 2:

89, 27, 44; 3:95; 5:259; 10:

488; 11:121; 12:350; 13:365 4 ,

370 8 .

carnation mite, 11:259, 260.
carpet beetles, 1:64; 2:34, 48,

226, 314; 7:364.
carpet bug, 1:59.
carpet moth, 1:64.
carrot fly, 1:46, 49.
cattle tick, 6:158.
celery fly, 1:49, 52.
Cermatia forceps, 4:134; 8:282.
Ceroplastes, 8:282.
Cheese mite, 1 3:365*. .
cheese skipper, 12:234, 348.
cherry or pear tree slug, 1:42,

60; 7-:352; 9:336.
cherry tree aphis, 5:256; 9:345,

346, 369; 13:368 4 .
chestnut weevils, 12:271-72.
chinch bug, 1:58; 2:161-62, 233;

7:332, 341; 11:199; 13:369*.
Chionaspis furfurus, 12:348.
Chloropisca variceps (syn. C.

prolifica), 7:241.
chrysanthemum fly, 7:246.
Chrysobothris femora ta, 12:

356.
Cicada septendecim, 2:178; 12:

289.
Climbing cut worms, 11:121.



INDEX TO ENTOMOLOGIST'S REPORTS



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Remedies and preventives for (cont'd)
Clisiocampa americana, 8:122.
clothes moth, 1:64.
clover hay caterpillar or worm,

10:487; 11:151.

clover leaf weevil, 1:253;10:488.
clover root borer, 1:58.
clover seed caterpillar, 10:496;

11:155-56.
clover seed midge, 1:54; 4:12;

5:263.
cluster fly, 9:312, 314, 439; 13:

370 4 .

cockroach, 1:62, 65.
cockscomb elm gall aphis, 4:

198.
codling moth, 1:35, 60; 9:341,

417, 433, 435; 10:487, 488; 11:

120.
Coleophora malivorella, 8:218,

281.
Colorado potato beetle, 1 :26, 39,

43; 9:297.

corn curculio, 1:263.
corn worm, 1:125.
Cosmopepla carnifex, 2:147.
cotton worm, 1:35, 58, 125; 2:

37.
Cottonwood leaf beetle, 10:500;

11:184, 188.
cow horn fly, 5:226, 227; 6:169;

7:332, 333; 8:194, 196; 9:442;

13:365".

Craponius inaequalis, 8:286.
Crioceris asparagi, 8:252; 12:

252.

12-punctata, 12:252.
croton bug, 1:62, 65.
cucumber beetle, striped, 1:33;

2:28; 5:159; 6:169; 7:368; 9:

362, 363, 364, 419.
cucumber flea beetle, 1:33; 10:

489.
cucumber moth (Margaronia

nitidalis), 5:320.
curculio, 1:45, 51, 57, 63, 65;4:

201; 9:364, 365, 415, 416.
currant Amphidasys, 2:101.
currant aphis, 9:370; 11:276.
currant borer, 1:57.
currant scale, 11:275.
currant stem girdler, 8:166.
currant worms, 1:41, 46, 56; 2:

24; 4:194; 5:156.
cut worm, 1:58, 63; 2:28, 35;
5:157, 159; 8:238-42; 12:
353; 13:366 5 .
black, 8:188, 190.
Dermestes, 1:74.

lardarius, 5:313; 6:121.
vulpinus, 4:89-90.
Diabrotica 12-punctata, 7:315.



Remedies and preventives for (t-ont'd)
Diplosis pyrivora, 8:143, 150, 151.
dried Crambus, 1:151.
Dynastes tityus, 5:231.
eight spotted Alypia or fores-
ter, 1:33; 5:183.
Elaphidion villosum (syn. E.

parallelum), 12:354.
elm leaf beetle, 4:200-1; 5:239

300, 301, 314; 7:363; 10:502;

11:195, 196, 279; 12:263, 264,

350; 13:366 2 .

elm tree bark louse, 12:298.
elm tree borer (Saperda), 9:

428, 429; 10:484, 499; 12:247,

248, 355.
elm tree borer (Zeuzera), 9:426-

27.

Epicauta cinerea, 12:354.
vittata, 6:133; 12:354.
Epilachna borealis, 7:311.
Eriocampa saw fly, 5:323.
Euthisanotia grata (syn. Eu-

dryas), 5:183.
eye spotted bud moth, 4:14; 7:

216, 307, 360, 363; 8:218; 9:

373; 11:121.
false chinch bug, 5:321.
fir saw fly, 1 :42.
flea beetle, red footed, 4:103.
striped, 1:59; 5:301; 9:375.
flea beetles, 1:45, 61, 65; 4:103,

156; 9:375.
fleas, 1:62; 9:352-53.
flies in green house, 10:489,

490; in stables, 1:45.
"fly" in sheep, 1:48.
forest tent caterpillar, 3 :93.
four lined leaf bug, 1:279; 4:

200.

Fuller's rose beetle, 2:144.
fungous diseases, 9:436.
Galerucella luteola (syn. G.

xanthomelaena), 8:222; 12:

263-64.

garden insects, 1:51.
garden slugs, 11:274.
gartered plume moth, 12:222.
Genista caterpillar, 11:145.
golden tortoise beetle, 7:376.
gooseberry worm, 2:10; 5:156.
Gossyparia ulmi, 12:298.
gouty gall beetle, 10:406.
grain aphis, 5:253; 7:360.
grain moth (Sitotroga), 9:308,

309; 10:383, 384.
grain weevils (Calandra, Sil-
vanus, etc.), 1:40; 7:365; 8:
278; 9:308, 309; 10:494.
Grape berry moth, 2:33.
grape curculio, 2:33; 8:286; 9:
364, 365.



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Remedies and preventives for (cont'd)
Grape leaf galls, 5:304.
grape Phylloxera, 2:21, 22, 36.
grape seed midge, 2:32.
grapevine flea beetle, 1:59; 7:

332, 353.

grapevine gall midge, 4:65.
grapevine leaf hopper, 4:199;

5:302; 9:430.

grapevine thrips, 8:255-56.
grapevine Tortrix, 1:56.
grasshoppers, 2:34, 197; 10:496;

13:366 8 .
green grapevine caterpillar, 5:

179.

grubs on Mermet roses, 10:498.
Gryllotalpa borealis, 6:150.
gypsy moth, 9:423, 424, 425,

432-33, 434.
Haematobia serrata, 8:194, 196;

13:365 9 .

ham skipper, 12:234, 348.
harlequin cabbage bug. 1:40, 63,

269,270; 9:316-17, 441; 11:280.
Harrisina americana (syn.

Procris), 2:231; 7:379.
hessian fly, 1:58, 63; 5:263; 6:

176.
hickory tussock caterpillar, 7:

355.

Homoptera lunata, 1:59.
honeysuckle saw fly, 1:42.
hop root Gortyna, 2:35.
hop vine aphis, 6:167, 169; 8:

209, 210.

hop vine grub, 1:61; 10:373.
house flies, 1:36, 62; 13:370".
Indian Cetonia, 1:238; 9:443.
Isosma hordei, 4:33-34; 5:315.
Janus integer (syn. J. flaviven-

tris), 8:166.

joint worm, 4:33-34; 5:315.
juniper plant bug, 10:432.
lady bugs, 5:257.
larch aphis, 1:46.
larch lappet, 1:99.
larch saw fly, 5:172; 8:169.
larder beetle, 5:313.
Largus, margined, 2:167.
Largus succinctus, 6:183.
Lasioptera vitis, 4:65.
leaf beetle, three lined, 1:32; 2:

135; 10:491.
leaf blights, 9:436.
leaf crumpler, 11:121.
leaf hoppers, 1:45.
leaf miners, 9:376.
leaf roller, oblique banded, 7:

355; 9:374; 11:121.
leather beetle, 4:89-90, 92.
Leoanium species, 8:216. 282.
Le Conte's saw fly, 1: 42.



Remedies and preventives for (cont'd)
Leptodesmus falcatus, 12:302,

303, 349.

lesser apple leaf folder, 11:121.
Leucania unipuncta, 12:211-14,

352, 353.

lice in henneries, 1:45; on cat-
tle, 1:40, 45.
light loving grapevine beetle,

10:410.

locust tree borer, 7:363.
Lygaeonematus erichsonii (syu.

Nematus), 8:169.
Lygus pratensis, 13:357 3 .
Macrodactylus subspinosus, 8:

201, 202.

Marnestra picta, 5:209.
manure fly, 10:393.
maple leaf cutter, 5:219.
maple leaf gall mite, 5:303.
maple tree borer, 6:169; 8:203;

9:442; 10:493, 504; 12:242.
maple tree pruner, 9:361.
maple tree scale insect, 5:313;

6:144; 10:499; 11:281.
Margaronia nitidalis (syn.

Phakellura), 5:320.
marguerite fly, 4:76.
May bug, 1:57.
meal worm, 9:442.
melon caterpillar, 11:138.
melon vine aphis, 8:212, 213.
midge (black fly), 1:74.
millepedes, 11:276; 12:302, 303,

349.
mites, 5:287, 288, 293; 6:161,

170; infesting meat, 7:357; in

henneries, 1:45; on arbor

vitae, 4:201; on birds, 1:46,

62; on mushrooms, 10:450,486.
mole cricket, 2:233; 6:150.
mosquito, 1:36, 38, 40, 74; 12:

323.

Murgantia histrionica, 12:349.
museum pests, 6:175.
mushroom Phora, 10:404.
muskmelon borers, 10:503.
Mytilaspis pomorum, 8:286; 12:

348.

Myzus cerasi, 12:350; 13:368*.
Notolophus leucostigma (syn.

Orgyia), 6:181.
oak pruner, 5:154; 9:361; 12:

354.

\ Oberea bimaculata, 5:233.
Odontota dorsalis, 12:266.
oleander scale Insect, 8:215.
onion fly or maggot, 1:46, 52,

177-79; 5:157, 159, 319; 10:

486.
ox warble fly, 4:199.



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Remedies and preventives for (cont'd)
Oxyptilus. periscelidactylus, 12:

222.
Paleacrita vernata (syn. Ani-

sopteryx), 5:259; 12:350; 13:

365 4 , 370 a .
parasites on hogs, 1:45; on 1

horses, 1:45.
Parlatoria scale insect, 8:215,

279.
pea weevil, 1:49; 5:300; 6:129;

9:439; 12:355; 13:364 8 .
peach bark Scolytus, 9:365.
peach root aphis, 2:21; 5:315.
peach tree borer, 1:47, 58, 59,

04, 2:5-0, 24; 5:163; 6:170; 7:

361, 374; 8:111, 181-86, 284.
peach twig moth, 1:156.
pear blight beetle, 1:203; 4:203;

5:318.
pear leaf blister mite, 7365;

9:442; 10:458, 459, 501.
pear midge, 8:1 43, 150-51; 11 :119.
pear tree aphis, 9:369.
pear tree blight, 10:488.
pear tree borer, 9:366.
pear tree Psylla, 8:220; 9:329,

430, 441.
pear tree slug, sec Cherry tree

slug.

periodical Cicada, 12:289.
Phlegethontius celeus (syn.

Sphinx quinquemaculata), 8:

243-44.
Phorodon humuli, 8:208, 209,

210.

Phylloxera, 1:47, 50.
Phytomyza chrysanthemi. (P.

lateralis in error), 4:76.
Phytoptus pruni, 12:350.
pickle caterpillar, 11:133.
picked fruit fly, 1 :65.
pine bark Chermes, 2:186.
Piophila casei, 12:234, 348.
Plagionotus speciosus (syn.

Glycobius), 8:202-5; 12:242.
plant lice, 1:25, 40, 59, 61; 2:32;

7:345; 9:418; 10:484, 489, 501;

13:368 4 , 368 7 .
plum curculio, 7:289, 290, 346;

9:417, 433, 434; 11:122.
plum leaf fungus, 9:417.
plum tree aphis, 8:125; 9:369;

11:276.
plum tree scale insect, 11:205,

276.

Plusia brassicae, 6:184.
Pollenia rudis, 13:370*.
potato bug, 13:364 7
potato scab, 9:436; 10:447.
powdery mildew, 9:436.
Psocidae, 1:65; 2:36.



Remedies and preventivesfor(ro//f d)
Psylla pyricola, 8:220.
Pulvinaria iiinumerabilis, 6:144.
punctured clover leaf \vccvil, 2:

16.

quince curculio, 2:12; 4:15.
quince tree blight, 10:488.
quince tree borer, 8:280.
radish fly or maggot, 1:48, 198,

199; 5:157, 159.
raspberry cane girdler, 1:57; 5:

233; 9:457.

raspberry cane maggot, 11:172.
raspberry gouty gall beetle, 6:

124.

raspberry slug, 1:42.
red scale of California, 1:60.
red spider, 5:322; 9:432.
Rocky mountain locust, 1:50; 7:

338, 339.

root insects., 2:35.
rose apHs, 5:162.
rose bug, 1:45, 57, 231, 232; 2:

66. 225; 4:198; 5:320; 6:166;

8:201, 202, 282; 9:418, 420:

10:501; 12:351.
rose leaf caterpillar, 1:57.
rose leaf hopper, 2:3.1; 6:166;

7:345; 12:356.
rose leaf roller, 9:418.
rose leaf Thrips, 8:257.
rose leaf tyer, 5:215.
rose slug, 1:42; 7:344; 10:499.
rose twig borer, 1:57.
round headed apple tree borer,

5:270.
San Jose scale, 11:208, 210,

228-30; 13:332 8 .
Sauninoidea exitiosa (syn.

Sannina), 8:182-86.
Saperda Candida, 12:356.

tridentata, 12:247. 248, 355.
saw flies, 1:33, 42; 2:5.
scale insects, 1:43, 49, 50; 2:

6, 32, 37, 230, 232; 5:163, 279,

299, 317; 8:215, 216; 9:447,

454.
Schizoneura imbricator, 12:355.

lanigcrn, IStflJ" 1 .
Schizura conciiina (syn. Oede-

masia), 5::'.0!>.

scolytid bark borers, 7:352.
Scolytus attack, 4:107.
screw worm, 1:62.
scurfy bark louse, 9:441.
seed corn fly, 1:201.
seventeen year Cicada, 2:178.
sheep ticks, 1:49. 0:2.
ship timber borer, 4:195.
slugs and snails, 7:366.
snapping beetle or bugs, 7:351;

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Remedies and preventives for (confd)
sour gum tree case cutter, 11:

159.

spotted horn bug, 5:231.
spring canker worm, 1:33, 61;

5:303, 318.
squash bug, 1:63; 2:29; 6:169;

8:205, 206, 278; 10:494, 504;

11:282.
squash vine borer, 1:47; 2:58;

5:155, 313.
stalk borer, 1:115.
strawberry root grub, 9:443.
strawberry slug, 9:431.
strawberry weevil, 9:431; 10:

495.

strawberry worm, 1:42.
sugar maple borer, 11:280; 12:

242.
tarnished plant bug, 9:375; 13:

357 s .

tent caterpillars! 9:432, 444.
Tenthredo rufopectus, 13:337".
Tettigonia rosae, 8:257.
thousand legged worms, 5:507;

9:372; 10:448, 449, 487, 489.
thrips (leaf hoppers), 2:29, 30, 38,
Thrips (probably T. tabaci), 9:

444.

ticks on sheep, 1:49, 62.
Tinea, 1:64.

Tmetocera ocellana, 8:218.
tobacco worm, 1:56; 8:243, 244.
tortoise beetles, 1:33, 57.
tree hopper, two marked or

spotted, 1:288; 4:203; 10:493.
Tribolium ferrugiueum, 2:137.
Trypeta pomonella, 8:247, 248;

12:347, 348.

turnip flea bettle, 9:375.
turnip fly, 1:52.
tussock moth, white marked, 1:

33, 61, 64; 2:83, 86; 6:181; 11:

121.

Typhlocyba comes (syn. Ery-
throneura vitifex), 8:287.
rosae, 12:356.

Tyroglyphus species, 13:365*.
vagabond Crambus, 1:53, 131,

148, 149.
vermin on domestic animals,

1:48, 49, 62; 11:275.
violet Nephelodes, 1:110.
walnut span worm, 10:494.
warble fly, 6:114, 115.
wasps, 13:369 9 .

weevil in grain, 9:444; 10:492.
wheat head army worm, 10:

492.

wheat stem maggot, 1:227.
white Eugonia, 11:121.



Remedies and preventives for (COM ft/)
white grub, 1:54, 61; 2:35, 224;

3:135; 5:159, 316, 317; 6:176,

183; 9:353-54; 10:500; 13:

366*.
wire worms, 1:46, 63; 2:35; 5:

310; 8:197-200, 282, 283; 11:

276; 12:347, 352, 356; 13:367 8 .
woolly aphis, 5:160.
woolly plant lice, 1:43; 10:494.
Xyleborus dispar (syn. pyri),

4:203.

zebra caterpillar, 10:492.
Remedies and preventives for in-
sect depredations;
acetate of copper, 9:420.
acid and lime wash, 9:365, 366.
air circulating beneath hay

stacks, 11:151.
l air slacked lime, 4:198; 11:181;

12:252, 300, 352, 353.
alkaline washes or solutions,

6:146; 7:344.
alum water, 1:59; for repelling

roaches, 1:65.
ammonia, soapsuds and slacked

lime for millepeds, 12:300.
ammoniacal liquid, 1:59; 4:194;

5:158.

animal secretions, 1:75.
arsenate of lead, 12:252.
arsenites, spraying with, 11:

195, 279; 12:213, 214, 252,

263, 266; 13:370 9 .
ashes, 1:177; 4:156, 198; 5:301;

6:182; 10:494.
ashes and saltpeter, 2:28.
ashes and sulfur, 5:315.
attracting to lamps and fires,

1:58, 148; 4:190.
autumn plowing, 5:313.
avoiding infested manure, 11:

276.

azotic gas, 2:110.
Babbitt's continental washing

powder, 9:434.
bagging, 2:49, 229; 6:121, 179,

185.
baiting or attracting to various

substances, 1:58, 64, 63; 6:

121, 151, 183; 7:363; 8:243; 9:

364; 10:449; 11:114, 276, 281;

12:302, 349; 13:369".
balloon hopperdozer collecting,

7:338.
bands of chalk, cloth, ink, tar,

tin, etc., on trees, 2:8, 9, 27;

3:95; 7:241; 9:424, 425; 10:

367; 12:213, 356; 13:364*, 365%
barium, - sulfo-carbonate of,

2:22.



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Remedies and preventives for insect

depredations (cont'd)
barking trees, 2:55; 4:195; 12:

247, 248.

barn yard manure, 4:194.
barricades against migration,

1:58.
beans for cucumber beetle, 5:

159; 10:414.
beating from foliage, 2:18, 178;

225; 4:190, 199; 5:231.
beating into kerosene, or kero-
sene water, 1:269; 6:136, 170,
176, 198, 200; 8:201.
benzine, 2;35.

for Atropos divinatoria, 2:

199.

carpet beetles, 1:59; 2:47,
226, 232; 5:314; 7:364; 9:
304, 305.

leather beetle, 4:89.
mites, 6:161.
birds, protection of, 1:61.

value of, 2:7, 8, 189, 224.
bisulfid of carbon for;

American meal worm, 9:

308, 442.
Angoumois moth, 10:383-84,

485.
ants, 10:502; 11:113, 114,

116, 273, 282.
aphis, woolly, 13:367 2 .
bean or pea weevil, 5:300;
6:172; 7:276-77, 367; 9:
439; 11:276; 12:355; 13:
364 8 .

cabbage fly, 5:266.
chestnut weevils, 12:272.
grain moth, 10:383-84, 485.
leather beetle, 4:90.
mites, 6:170; 10:450.
peach root aphis, 2:21-22;

5:315.

root insects, 2:34-35.
rose bug, 2:65.
squash borer, 2:64; 5:313.
striped cucumber beetle, 9:

363.

weevils in grain; 7:365; 8:



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