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Margaronia nitidalis (syn. Eu-

dioptis), 11:132.

Melittia satyriniformis (syn. M.
ceto, M. cucurbitae), 2:57-68;
4:138; 5:155, 312, 313; 6:176;
7:371; 9:434; 11:135; 14:319%
Poecilocapsus lineatus, 1:277.
Thrips tabaci, 11:244.
Squash beetle, striped (Diabrotica

vittata), 2:231; 14:334 5 .
Squash bug, 1:39, 47, 63, 306, 316,
322; 2:29, 165; 3:110-12, 147; 4:
110, 204; 6:169; 8:205-7, 278, 288;
9:434; 10:494, 497, 504; 11:282,
287; 13:374 4 ; 14:345 1 , 352 2 , 360 6 ,
369 3 , 373 4 , 380 8 , 382 5 , 386 5 , 390 7 .
See also Anasa tristis.
Squash CoccineUa, 1:322.
Squash vine borer, 2:28, 57-68; 5:
155, 312, 313, 320; 6:176; 7:371; 9:
434; 11:135, 282; 14:319 2 , 325",
337*, 337 8 , 342% 360", 362 3 , 390 7 .
See also Melittia satyriniformis.
Squash vine moth, 11:282.
Squill, Sitodrepa panicea in, 4:92.
Squirrels, gray, feeding on Cicada

pupae, 12:288.

Stag beetle, 1:330; 5:228; 11:268.
Stagmomantis Carolina (syn. Mantis,
M. iuquinata), 4:158, 162, 193; 7:
357; 8:300; 14347V 358'.



INDEX TO ENTOMOLOGIST'S REPORTS



579



Stainton, H. T., Manual of British
butterflies and moths cited, 2:102;
5:200; 11:145; referred to, 11:149;
Tineina of North America
(Clemens) cited, 1: 81, 151, 157; 2:
102; 5:215; 11:157, 160.
Stal, Carl, Enumeratio Hemipterorum
cited, 1:264; 2:145; 4:156; 10:432.
Stalk borer, 1:110-16; 2:226; 3:149;
5:304; 6:176, 178; 7:377; 8:112, 191-
92; 10:374, 497; 14:322 T , 326 1 , 326 9 ,
332 3 , 335 7 , 345 8 , 354 T . See also
Hydroecia nitela.

Standard natural history (Riverside
natural history) cited, 2:165; 4:
80, 107, 120; 5:227, 234, 242; 7:256,
280, 296; 8:152; 9:300, 330; 10:388,
477; 11:109, 127, 134, 175, 240; 12:
191, 218, 235, 238, 264; 13:343 9 .
Stanford, E. H., insects from, 13:

375*.

Stanley, T. A., insects from, 10:511.
Staphylinidae, 1:69, 187; 5:303.
Staphylinus cinnamopterus, 1:188.
Starr, Francis, insects from, 10:517.
State entomologist, Reports, contents
of, 1st, 14:335 2 ; 2d, 14:342 2 ; 3d,
14,:351 8 ; 4th, 14:357*; 5th, 14:362*;
6th, 14:367 5 ; 7th, 14:374'; 8th, 14:
381 8 ; 9th, 14:383 2 ; 10th, 14:392 7 ;
llth, 14:395 3 ; 12th, 14:398 S ; 13th,
14:399 8 .
State museum, see New York state

museum.

Staudinger, Otto and Wocke, M. F.,
Catalogue ou Enumeration Methodi-
que des Lepidoptcres qui habitent le
Territoire de la Fauna Europeene
cited, 11:146.
Steam apparatus for spraying, 12:

263.
Stegania pustularia, see Physo-

stegania.

Steganoptycha claypoliana (syn.
Proteoteras, Sericoris instru-
tana in error), bibliography,
12:214; confused with allied
form, 12:215-16; description,
12:216; habits compared with
ally, 12:217; in petioles of
maple leaves, 12:215; life his-
tory, 12:216-17; reference, 10:
483; 11:278, 285; 14:389 4 , 399 4 ;
remedies, 12:211.
pyricolana, 11:266.
Stelidota geminata, 11:285.
Stellaria, see Chickweed.
Stene ferruginea, see Tribolium fer-

rugineum.

Stenobothrus, sense organs in, 1:69.
aequalis, see Orphulella spe-
ciosa.



Stenobothrus bilineatus, see Orphu-
lella speciosa.
curtipennis, 2:197.
maculipennis, see Orphulella

pelidna.
propinquans, see Orphulella

pelidna.
Stenocorus putator, see Elaphidion

villosum.
Stenocranus dorsalis (syn. Delphax),

9:386, 410.
Stenoma schlaegeri (syn. Crypto-

lechia), 9:456.

Stephens, J. F., Illustrations of Brit-
ish entomology Haustellata cited, 1:
81; Manual of British Coleoptera
cited,7:279.
Stereum complicatum , fungus on

peach, 2:7; 7:374.
Sternidius alpha, see Liopus.
StettinerEntomologischeZeitung cited,
2:90, 198, 203; 4:114; 5:164, 201; 7:
225; 11:160, 234, 240.
Stevia, Plusia rogationis (syn. P.

dyaus) on, 2:94.

Stewart, H., insects from, 10:517.
Stibeutes gentilis, 12:211.
sticticus, Brachytarsus, see B.

variegatus.
Stictocephala inermis (syn. Smilia),

1:284; 9:388, 410.
stigma, Anisota, 3:91; 5:197, 199.
stigmatus, Cixius, 9:385.
Stigmonota interstinctana, see

Grapholitha.

Stillman, C. L., insects from, 8:298.
stimulans, Culex, 12:321.
stimulea Empretia, see Sibine.

Sibine (syn. Empretia), 1:328;
5:186, 188; 6:187; 7:381; 9:
455; 11:264; 13:371 8 ; 14:313'.
Stink bugs, 10:431.
Stink horn fungus, Silpha ameri-

cana on, 11:285.
Stiretrus anchorage, 2:146.
Stall, Casper, Supplementband zu
Cramer's Papillon exotiques cited,
12:183.

Stomoxys calcitrans, 1:299; 5:221,
222, 225, 308; 7:333; 8:193; 9:
444; 12:337; 13:372 9 ; 14:376'.
cervicola MS., 5:222, 308.
cornicola MS., 5 :220, 222, 308, 310.
Stone, D wight, insects from, 8:297;

11:285.

Stonecrop, Thrips tabaci on, 11:244.
Storm, W. W., insects from, 7:383.
Strachan, Charles, cited, 13:353 T .
Strachia festiva (syn. S. ornata), 1:

270.

histrionica, see Murgantia.
ornata, see S. festiva.



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stramentalis, Mesographa, see Ever-

gestis straruinalis.
stramentosa, Gortyna, see Hy-

droecia.
Hvdroecia (syn. 'Gortyna), 1:

115.

straminalis, Evergestis (syn. Meso-
grapha stramentalis), 3:140; 9:
456; 10:483; 14:313 T .
Strategus julianus, 7:249.
Stratiomyidae, 4:174.
Stratton, A. H., insects from, 10:
518; 11:285, 287, 288; 12:360, 361;
13:373 5 .

Straub, P., insects from, 10:509.
Strawberry, insects, etc., injurious

to;

Agrotis ypsilon, 8:190.
Allorhina nitida, 1:237; 6:183.
Anarsia lineatella, 1:155; 7:367,

375; 14:320 8 .
?Anisodactylus, 9:431.
Anthonomus signatus (A. mus-

culus in error), 3:139; 9:431.
Bembidium quadrimaculatum,

3:98, 140, 146; 14:344 7 .
Bibio albipennis, 2:113.
Cetonia aurata of Europe, 1:

237.

Colaspis brunnea, 6:183.
Corimelaena pulicaria, 5:319; 8:

213; 14:382 6 .
Cotalpa lanigera, 6:183.
Euphoria inda, 1:237.
Harpalus species ?, 9:462.
Harpiphorus maculatus (syn.

Emphytus), 1:42; 13:336 7 .
Icerya purchasi, 4:187.
Lachnosterna fusca, 6:183; 9:

296.

species, 11:286.
Leucania unipuncta, 12:206.
Lygus pratensis, 5:275; 13:351",

353 2 .
Macrodactylus subspinosus, 9 :

420.

Mamestra picta, 5 :209.
Monostegia ignota, 9:431.
Nectarophora fragariae (as

strawberry aphis), 6:183.
Nysius angustatus, 5:321.
Otiorhynchus ovatus, 6:189; 7:

360; 10:416, 418.
sulcatus, 2:51; 13:374'.
tenebricosus, 2:52.
Peridrorna saucia (syn. Agrotis),

5:205.

Serica tristis, 14:371*.
Systena frontalis, 4:156.

taeniata (syn. S. blaiida), 4:

156.
thousand legged worms, 1:307.



Strawberry, insects, etc., injurious

to;
Thrips species, 11:249, 250; 14:

348".

Tyloderina fragariae, 6:183; 10:
. 418.

Typophorus canellus (syn.Paria
aterrirna), 6:183, 188; 7:360;
9:463; 10:495; 14:381 2 .
Strawberry aphis, 6:183.
Strawberry crown borer (Tyloder-

rua), 1:155; 10:418; 14:320 S , 329 7 .
Strawberry crown girdler, 10:418.
Strawberry leaf folder, 4:16.
Strawberry leaf roller, neat, 11:266.
Strawberry root beetles, 2:35.
Strawberry root borer (Anarsia), 1:

155.

Strawberry Thrips, 4:198.
Strawberry weevil, 10:511.
Strawberry worm (Emphytus), 1 :42.
Strawsonizer, an insecticide ma-
chine, 9:417-18.

Stretch, R. H., Illustrations of the
Zygaemdae and Bombycidae of
North America cited, 5:180; 12:183.
striata, Gypona, 9:410.
Sciophila, 10:392.
Thrips, erroneous reference of

T. tabaci.

Strickland, R.W., insects from, 12:359.
Strickland, W. J., insects from, 6 :187.
strigosa, Thecla, see T. liparops.
strigosus, Bittacus, 10:473-80; 12:

.352; 14:393*.
striolata, Haltica, see Phyllotreta

vittata.

Phyllotreta, see P. vittata.
strobi, Bythoscopus, see Phlepsius.
Eriosoma, see Lachnus.
Lachnus (syn. Eriosoma,
Schizoneura), 3:125; 9:409,
411, 412.
Phlepsius (syn. Bythoscopus), 9:

398, 410.
Pissodes, 3:141; 4:20, 23; 9:344-

45; 10:498; 14:383 3 .
Schizoneura, see Lachnus.
strobilobius, Adelges; see Chermes.
Chermes (syn. Adelges coccin-
eus, Chermes atratus, C. lari-
cis), 1:46; 2:183, 184, 185,187.
Strong, Joseph, insects from, 11:288.
Strong, W. R., insects from, 11:286;

13:371 3 .

Strymon titus (syn. Thecla), 7:219.
Stuart, C. W., reference, 13:359 2 .
Sturgis, Fred, insects from, 10:516.
Sturgis and Britton cited, 12:254.
Sturm, Jacob, Deutschlands Fauna

cited, 2:136.
stygius, Asellus, 9:348.



INDEX TO ENTOMOLOGIST'S REPORTS



58i



Stylopidae, parasitic on wasps and

bees, 1:79.

Stylopyga orientals, see Periplaneta.
subarmatus, Bruchus, erroneus

reference of B. obtectus.
subbifasciata, Coelidia, see Jassus

olitorius.

subellipticus, Bruchus, see B. obtec-
tus.

subfurcata, Panorpa, 10:478.
subgothica, Agrotis, see Feltia.

Feltia (syn. Agrotis), 1:303,340;

10:377, 482, 519; 12:360.
subjuncta, Hadena, see Mamestra.
Mamestra (syn. Hadena), 1:58;

8:235; 11:265.
subsericea, Formica, 12:182; 14,:

399 2 .

subsignarius, Ennomos (syn.
Geometra niveosericearia), 1:329;
2:69, 76, 77; 11:121, 266.
subspinosus, Macrodactylus, see

Macrodactylus subspinosus.
Melolontha, see Macrodactylus.
succinctus, Capsus, see Largus.
Cimex, see Largus.
Largus (syn. Capsus, Cimex, C.
rubrocinctus, Lygaeus), 2:164-
67; 6:183; 14:329", 342 8 .
Lygaeus, see Largus.
Suctoria, 4:190, 191.
Sugar mite, 3:129; 5:294; 8:293.
suis, Haematopinus, see H. urius.
sulcans, Anthomyia, see Pegomyia

betae.
sulcata, Phasgonophora (syn.

Smicra gigantea), 1:86.
sulcatum, Orthosorna, see O. brun-

neum.
sulcatus, Otiorhynchus, 2:51; 10:

418; 11:269; 13:374".
sulcifrons, Tabanus, 9:462.
Sulfur, plugging trees with, 5:300;

10:495; 14:353 3 , 381 2 , 390 7 .
sulphurea, Arphia, 9:330.
Sumac, insects affecting;
Datana conspicua, 7:382.
Pemphigus rhois (syn. Mela-
phis), 10:503; 12:290; 14:385".
Poecilocapsus lineatus, 1:277.
Pulvinaria innumerabilis, 6:143.
smooth, insects affecting;

Macrodactylus subspinosus, 1:

230.

Pemphigus rhois, 12:291.
staghorn, insects affecting;
Macrodactylus subspinosus, 1:

230.

Orthaltica copalina, 5:271.
Pemphigus rhois (syn. Mela-
phis), 3:142; 12:291.



Sumac gall aphis, 10:503; 12:290-92;

14-.399 7 .

Summers, H. E., cited, 13:353 8 .
Sun [New York] cited, 8:141, 283;

14:371 8 .
Sunday morning press [Albany]

cited, 14:310 3 .

Sunflower, insects affecting;
Murgantia histrionica, 2:56.
Trypeta longipennis, 3:137.
wild, Ecpantheria ocularia (syn.
E. scribonia) feeding on, 12:189.
supernotatus, Psenocerus, 1 :321,

331; 3:138; 11:268.
surinamensis, Silpha, 12:361.

Silvanus, 1:40, 330; 6:107, 188;

7:331; 9:308, 462; 10:495; 11:

267; 12:361; 13:373 2 ; 14:380 9 .

Survey of the Adirondack region of

New York, Report (Colvin) cited,

2:90.

suturalis, Hispa, erroneous refer-
ence of Odontota dorsalis.
Idiocerus, 9:399.
Odontota, erroneous reference

of O. dorsalis.
Tomicus, 2:54.
suturellus, Dysdercus (syn. Pyr-

rhocoris), 2:166; 6:183.

Pyrrhocoris, see Dysdercus.

Swallow tail, yellow banded, 9:336;

10:498; 14:383 7 .

Sweet, W. W., insects from, 5:325.
Sweet alyssum, see Alyssum, sweet.
Sweet brier galled by Rhodites, 11:

281; 14:390 2 .
Sweet flag, Sitodrepa panicea in, 4:

92.

Sweet pea, see Pea, sweet.
Sweet potato beetle, 14:366'.
Sweet potato weevil, 3:154; 14:347 2 .
Swine feeding on army worms, 12:

208.
Swinnerton, H. U., insects from, 4:

205; 5:324, 325; 8:296.
Swiss Cross, abstracts from, 4:195;

9:448; 14:347 8 .

Sycamore, insects injurious to;;
Corythuca ciliata, 4:107, 108.
Halisidota tessellaris, 5:308.
Tremex columba, 2:227; 4:38.
sycophanta, Anthonomus, 5:173.

Calosoma, 10:491; 14-.379 7 .
sylvatica, Clisiocampa, sec C. dis-

stria.
sylvaticana, Argyrolepia, see Ypsolo-

phus pornetellus.
Symmerista albifrons (syn. Edema),

9:456; 14:313.

Symphoricarpum racemosus, see
Snowberry.



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Sympiezus uroplatae, 12:267.
Synchlora albolineata, see S. glau-

caria.

glaucaria (syn. Aplodes, A. rubi-
vora, Eunemoria gracilaria,
Synchlora albolineata, S.rubi-
vora, S. rubivoraria), 8:105,
129-33, 285; 10:497; 14:372 3 ,
382 2 .

rubivora, see S. glancaria.
rubivoraria, see S. glaucaria.
Synchroa punctata, 11:269.
Synelys enucleata (syn. Acidalia),

10:483.

Syneta albida, 11:269.
Syngamus trachealis, 3:142; 14:343 T ,

343 8 , 345 7 .

synochitis, Erastia, 10:482.
Syracuse journal cited, 11:182.
Syracuse morning standard cited, 6:

178; 14:327 1 .
Syracuse union cited, 10:500; 14:

384.

Syringa, insects injurious to;
Mytilaspis pomorum, 11:287.
Podosesia syringae, 9:338.
Syringa borer, 9:338; 10:498; 14:

383 7 .
syringae, Podosesia, 9:338, 461; 10:

498; 14:383 7 .
Syrpbid larvae preying on plant lice,

12:350; 13:362".

Syrphidae, rat tail larvae of, 6:173;
8:287; reference, 1:168; 5:284; 7:
219; 10:377; 11:106; scarcity of,
12:308; species treated of, 1:211-
16; 2:116-17; 7:228-34; studies in,
4:174; 7:229.

Syrphus arcuatus, 11:284.
Syrphus flies, 1:302, 313; 2:186; 3:

116; 7:363; 9:440; 11:276.
Systasia (syn. Lintneria), 7:371.
Systena, red headed, (S. frontalis),

4:156.

Systena bitaeniata, see S. taeniata.
blanda, see S. taeniata.
elongata, 9:344.
frontalis, 4:156; 9:297, 343, 344,

422, 463; 10:498; 14:383 9 .
hudsonias, 13:373 9 .
ligata, see S. taeniata.
marginalis, 4:156.
mitis, see S. taeniata.
ochracea, see S. taeniata.
taeniata (syn. S. bitaeniata, S.
blanda, S. ligata, S. mitis, S.
ochracea), 4:155-57, 198, 207;
9:344, 375; 14:348 9 , 358*.

tabaci, Thrirs, see Thrips tabaci.
Tabanidae, 4:174; 6:116; 7:219,



Tabanus, Linnean genus, 1:191.

atratus, 7:364; 11:285; 13:372 T ;

14:366 9 .

bovinus, 4:199; 6:115.
lineola, 9:462.
reinwardtii, 13:371 T .
sulcifrons, 9:462.

Taber, W. F., insects from, 10:516.
Tachina mella (syn. T. orgyiae), 2:

78.

orgyiae, see T. mella.
species parasitic on bag worm,
1:87; on cut worms, 8:238; on
hag moth caterpillar, 5:192;
on vagabond Crambus, 1:145-
46; on violet Nephelodes, 1:
103, 110.
vivida, see Bombyliomyia ab-

rupta.

Tachina fly, 11:138; 12:210.
red tailed, 12:210.
yellow tailed, 12:210.
Tachinidae, beneficial, 8:275; para-
sitic on cut worms, 5:323; on 17-
year Cicada, 2:178; reference, 1:
145; 5:285.

Tachypterus quadrigibbus (syn.
Anthonomus), 1:60, 331; 4.201; 6:
174; 9:419; 11:270; 14:324 8 .
Tachys incurvus, 5:303; 14:354*.
taeniata, Systena (syn. S. bitaeni-
ata, S. blanda, S. ligata, S. mitis,
S. ochracea), 4:155-57, 198, 207;
9:344, 375; 14:348 9 , 358 2 .
Taeniocampa alia (syn. Orthosia in-

stabilis), 1:328; 11:265.
pacifica, 11:265.
rufula, 11:265.
taeniopus, Oscinis, 1:225.
taeniorhynchus, Culex (syn. C. dam-

nosus), 12:321.
Taft, L. R., and Davis, G. C., cited,

12:254.

talidiformis, Crambodes, 10:482.
Tamarack, see Larch,
tamarisci, Nanophyes, 4:154.
Tamarix, Nanophyes tamarisci in-
festing, 4:154.
Tanacetum, see Tansy.
Tanner, M., insects from, 13:371 6 .
Tansy, insects frequenting;

Coleothrips trif asciata, 1 :303.
Phytomyza chrysanthemi (P.

lateralis in error), 4:73.
Poecilocapsus lineatus, 1:277.
tarandi, Oedemagena, 6:111.
Taraxacum, see Dandelion,
tarquinius, Feniseca, see Feniseca

tarquinius.
tarsata, Hylemyia, 1:171.



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583



Tartarian honeysuckle, insects in-
jurious to;
saw fly, 1:42.
Zaraea inflata, 1:42.
Tartarian honeysuckle berries,
army worm moths feeding on, 12:
202, 203.

Taschenberg, E. L., Brehms Tier-
leben, Neunter Band, Die Insekten,
Tausendfusser und Spinnen cited,
11:175, 178, 24], 250.
Tassel worm, 1:121.
tau, Aglia, of Europe, 5:188; 13:

343".

taurina, Ceresa, 1:331; 11:270.
Taylor, A. C., insects from, 8:299.
Taylor, R. E., insects from, 10:510.
Telamona, genus defined, 9:390.
ampelopsidis, 9:391.
concava, 9:390.
coryli (syn. T. tristis), 9:391,

410.

fagi, see Heliria scalaris.
fasciata (syn. T. unicolor), 9:

390, 410.

inonticola (syn. T. querci), 9:

391, 410.

querci, see T. monticoia.
reclivata, 9:391.
tristis, see T. coryli.
unicolor, see T. fasciata.
telarius, Tetranychus, 2:31; 3:129;
4:203; 5:287, 321; 6:159; 8:255; 9:
432; 11:249; 14:341", 350 9 , 351 4 .
Telea polyphernus, 2:77; 3:140; 9:
456; 10:481, 493, 515; 11:265, 285;
13:350"; 14:313 5 , 380 4 .
Telenomus, parasite of Orgyia
(Notolophus) and Anasa eggs, 2:
79; 3:111.

Telephoridae, 4:85; 8:174.
Telephorus larvae from a well, 8:

174.
Telephorus bilineatus, 8:109, 173-74,

298; 10:497; 14:382 7 .
Carolina, 8:173.

Temnostoma alternans, 7:229.
tenax, Eristalis (syn. Helophilus),
1:212; 6:188; 7:229, 233, 363,
382; 9:462; 10:510, 519; 11:
284; 13:372 8 ; 14,:366 7 .
Helophilus, see Eristalis.
tenebricosus, Aspidiotus, 10:518;

11:221.

Otiorhynchus, 2:52.
Tenebrio molitor, 2:138; 4:200, 207;
8:110, 176-77, 299, 300; 9:308,
442; 10:497; 14:350 4 , 375 T ,
382 8 .

obscurus, 8:110, 177; 9:307-9,
442, 463; 10:498; 14:375 6 , 383*.
tenebrioides, Zabrus (syn. Z. gib-
bus), of Europe, 3:99.



Tenebrioides corticalis, 11:267.
mauritanica, 4:207; 12:362.
nana (syn. Trogosita), 1:330; 11:

267.
Tenebrionides, 1:69; 2:136, 139; 4:

23; on apple, 11:269.
tenera, Cycnia (syn. Euchaetes col-

laris), 9:455; 14:313*.
Tennessee, Report on the economic
entomology ot (Doran), cited, 7:256.
Tennessee agricultural experiment
station, Bulletin cited, 12:273; 13:
353 2 .

Tent caterpillars, see Apple tree tent

caterpillar, Forest tent caterpillar.

Tenthredinidae, 1:42, 249; 3:87-90;

4:44; 5:164, 173, 197; 7:223, 238,

354; 13:335 2 -37 9 .

Tenthredo rufopectus (syn. Allan-
tus) bibliography, 13:335 2 ; boring
habits of larva, 13:336 8 ; descrip-
tion, 13:336 8 -37 5 ; distribution,
13:337 7 ; injuring currants, 13:335 7 ;
life history and habits, 13:337 9 ;
reference, 12:308, 359; 14:399 8 ,
400 3 ; remedy, 13:337 9 .
Tephritis melliginis, see Rivellia

viridulans.

onopordinis, 1:49, 52.
Tephroclystis luteata (syn. Eupi-

thecia), 4:20, 21.
Tephrosia, scent organs, 1:72.

canadaria, see Melanolophia.
Teras Cinderella, see T. minuta var.
malivorana, see T. minuta.
minuta (syn. T. malivorana), 1:

329; 11:121, 266.
var. Cinderella (syn. T. Cin-
derella), 1:329; 11:266.
oxycoccana, 11:266.
terentius, Nisoniades, see TJianaos.
Thanaos (syn. Nisoniades), 1:

334.

tergata, Cecidomyia, see Diplosis.
Chlorotettix (syn. Bythoscopus

tergatus), 9:398, 410.
Diplosis (syn. Cecidomyia), 1:

297.

tergatus, Bythoscopus, see Chloro-
tettix tergata.
Termes divinatorium, see Atropos

divinatoria.

flavipes, 9:454; 11:272; 14:312.
terminalis, Rhogas, 12:192, 211.
terminatus, Scymnus, 2:186.
Termitidae, 4:176.
ternarius, Bonibus, 11:104.
ternata, Choisya, 9:461.
terrestris, Lumbricus (earth worm),

7:378; 14:322 9 .
terricola, Bombus, 11:104.
tesselatum, Anobium, see Xestobium
rufovillosum.



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tessellaris, Halisidota, 5:308; 10:

481; 14:356'.

tessellata, Agrotis, see Carneades.
Carneades (syn. Agrotis, A. ni-
gricans var. maizi), 7:375,382;
11:265; 14:321 9 .
Eriosoma, see Pemphigus.
Pemphigus (syn. Eriosoma,
Schizoneura), 2:181; 3:125; 4:
208; 8:109, 170; 9:346-47, 408,
411, 413, 463; 10:498; 14:383*.
Pyrgus, see Hesperia montivaga.
Sehizoneura, see Pemphigus,
testa cea, Clastoptera, see C. obtusa.
testaceum, Tribolium, see T. ferru-

giueum.
tethys, Catodaulis (syn. Daimio), 1:

336.

Daimio, see Catodaulis.
tetracantha, Homalomyia, 1:171.
Tetracis crocallata, 10:483.

lorata, see Sabulodes.
tetragrammicus, Myrmeleon, 11:240.
Tetramorium caespitum, 11:113.
Tetranychus telarius, 2:31; 3:129; 4:
203; 5:287, 321; 6:159; 8:255; 9:
432; 11:249; 14:341, 350 9 , 351*.
Tetrastichus fraterna (syn. Tricho-

gramma), 1:303; 2:79.
orgyiae, 2:79.
parasitic on Cecidomyia, 4:27,

205.

species, 11:165.

Tettigonia, three dotted, 9:395.
Tettigonia bifida, 9:395.
octolineata, see Gypona.
rosae, see Typhlocyba.
tripunctata, 9:395.
vitis, see Typhlocyba comes var.
Tettigonides, 9:396. 402.
Tettigoniidae, Fitch species, 1:300.
Tettix cucullata. 2:197.
granulata, 2:197.
ornata, 2:197.
sordida, 2:197.
species, 9:330.
triangularis, 2:197.
Texas cattle tick, 6:156.
Texas fly (Haematobia serrata), 5:

220, 226, 307, 308; 7:333; 14:356 2 .
texensis, Achorutes, see Schoturus.
Schoturus (syn. Achorutes), 2:

206.

textor, Hyphantria, see H. cunea.
textula, Heterogenea, see H. flex-

uosa.
Thacker, W. A., insects from, 12:

360.

Thalessa atrata (syn. Rhyssa), 2:227,
280: 4:37, 40, 41; 5:305; 9:454;
10:509; 11:279, 284; 13:367',



371 3 ; 14:332 5 , 333 7 , 335', 361,

39T 6 .
lunator (syn. Ichneumon, Pirn-

pla, Rhyssa), 2:227; 4:35-41,

205; 5:305, 311; 6:171, 186; 8:

163-66; 9:454; 10:497; 11:279,

284; 12:262, 359; 14:332", 337 2 ,

355 3 , 357*, 382 4 , 389.
nitida, 4:41.
nortoni, 4:41.
quebecensis, 4:41.
Thamnotettix, clitellarius (syn. By-

thoscopus), 9:398, 410.
Thanaos, 14:336 4 .

afranius (syn. Nisoniades), 14:

307 1 , 321*.
ausonius (syn. Nisoniades), 9:

449; 14:306 8 , 311 7 .
brizo (syn. Nisoniades), 1:336,

337; 7:375; 14:321*.
funeralis (syn. Nisoniades), 1:

333, 334, 336; 7:375; 14:321*.
horatius (syn. Nisoniades, N. vir-

gilius), 1:334.
icelus (syn. Nisoniades), 1:335,

336, 337; 6:180; 7:375; 9:449;

14:306 T , 311*, 321*, 327 7 .
juvenalis (syn. Nisoniades), 1:

333, 334, 335, 338; 6:180; 7:

375; 14:321 B , 327 T .
lucilius (syn. Nisoniades), 1:336;

7:375; 9:449; 14:306 8 , Sir,

321.
martiaiis (syn. Nisoniades), 1:

334; 7:375; 14:321*.
naevius (syn. Nisoniades), 1:

333, 334, 336; 6:180; 14:307 2 ,
327 7 .

pacuvius (syn. Nisoniades), 7:

375; 14:307 2 , 321*.
persius (syn. Nisoniades), 1:

334, 335, 336; 4:137; 7:375; 9:
449; 14:321*, 350 2 , 357".

petronius (syn. Nisoniades), 1:

334; 6:180; 14:307 2 , 327 T .
propertius (syn. Nisoniades), 1:

334, 335; 6:180; 14:327 6 .
somnus (syn. Nisoniades), 1:

336; 6:180; 14:306 8 , 327 7 .
terentius (syn. Nisoniades), 1:

334.
tristis (syn. Nisoniades), 14:

321*.
Thanasimus dubius, 4:142; 14:350 3 ,

357 9 .

tharos, Phyciodes, 4:137.
Thaxter, Dr Roland, cited, 1:99; 11:

242, 250; insects from, 7:382.
thaxteri var. lambda, Xylina, 7:375;

14:321 9 .
Thecla, streaked, 1:327; 11:264.



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Tliecla arsace, see Incisalia irus.
calanus, 11:2C4.
henrici, see Incisalia irus.
irus, see Incisalia.
liparops (syn. T.strigosa), 1:327;
4:137; 7:219; 11:264; 14:357".
strigosa, see T. liparops.
titus, see Strymon.
Theclinae, sexual character in, 2:

214.
Thelaxes, 3:151.

ulmicola, see Colopha.
Thelia, two spotted, 9:392.
Thelia bimaculata, 1:284; 9:392. '
binotata, see Enchenopa.
crataegi, 1:284; 9:392; 11:270.
univittuta, 1:284; 9:392.
Tholyphonus gigauteus, 6:190.
Theobald, F. V., An account of
British flies cited, 8:141; 10:388;
11:162.

Theoclytes chlorophaea (syn. Man-
tis), 4:162.

Therioplectes cinctus, 13:372 8 .
Thermobia furnorum (syn. Lepisma

domestica), 4:179; 6:190; 10:519.
theseusalis, Botis, see Pyrausta.

Pyrausta (syn. Botis), 10:483.
Thistle, insects affecting;

Blissus leucopterus, 2:149.
Hydroecia cataphracta (syn.

Gortyna), 1:115.

sow, Phytomyza chrysanthemi
(P. lateralis in error) mining,
4:77.

thomae, Sciara, 5:264; 10:390.
Thomas, A. T., insects from, 3:141.
Thomas, Cyrus, cited, 1:116, 228,
233, 239, 264; 2:57, 89, 126, 149,
180, 188; 4:20, 158; 5:207, 227, 246,
253; 6:147; 7:255, 279; 9:317; 10:
408; 12:191, 235, 237, 243, 290,291;
13:352 4 ; quoted, 12:314.
Thomas, G. H., insects from, 6:188.
Thomas, R. W., insects from, 6:189.
Thompson, E. H., cited, 12:193.
Thompson, Mrs G. B., insects from,

13:375 2 .

thoracica, Cecidomyia, see Diplosis.
Chrysopila, 9:462.
Clisiocampa, see C. disstria var.
Diplosis (syn. Cecidomyia), 1:

297.

Oedionychis, 13:373".
Silpha, of Europe, 4:180.
thoracicus, Anthrenus, see A. scroph-

ulariae var.
Thorn, Samuel, insects from, 11:

285.

Thorn, black, Quince curculio on,
2:11.



Thorn apple leaf miner, 1:330; 11:

267.
Thorn bush tree hopper, 1:284; 11:

270.
Thorn curculio, (Anthonomus

crataegi), 1:331; 11:270.
Thorn leaf Aphis, 9:406.
Thorybes electra (syn. Eudamus), 1:

338; 6:179; 14:307 2 , 327*, 336*.
Thousand legged worms, attacking
garden vegetables, 1:307; attack-
ing geraniums, 5:307; attacking
lilies, 9:372, 441; beneath carpets,
5:296; in greenhouses, 12:300-3,
349; in nursery, 2:229; in potatoes,
3:131-33; 10:445-49, 487. 489; refer-
ence, 4:128; 8:199, 231; 14:333%
355", 375 s , 377", 391 a ; remedies for,
3:134-35.

thraso, Anchylodes, 1:336.
Thricolepis simulator, 11:269.
Thripidae, characters of, 11:247;
classification, 1:79; 2:31; 8:254;
general habits, 2:31; literature of,
11:247-50; reference, 1:303; 14,:
348 9 ; species treated of, 11:241-47;
studies in, 2:56.
Thrips, 11:247; 14:354 T .

three banded, 1:303.
Thrips allii, see Thrips tabaci.



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