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Cliffs, 174 ; military station, 7 ;
pottery, 8, 174 ; PI. xi.

Rothamsted, 203, 217, 298

Roundell, Charles, the "Rural
Reader," 273

Rural Economy, Sibthorpian Pro-
fessor of, at Oxford, 225

" Ruricola," nom de plume of J.
Curtis, 184

Rust-red flour beetle, see Tribal him
ferrugineuui



Saddle fly, Cccidomyia (Diplosis]

equestris, 137 (Fig.)
St. Bartholomew's Hospital, 57



Salix cap re a, 103

Salmon-fishing on the Severn, 36
Samian cup, 175
San Jose scale, sec Aspidiotiispenii-



Sap-wood beetle, see Scolytus pruni
Saurian remains, 41, PI. xi.
Scale insects, 242, 257
Scarabaeid beetles (rare), 222
Schaumerde, a sugar by-product,

236

" Scheele's-green," 201
Schistocerca pamnensis, 229 (Fig.)
Schizoneura lanigcra, Hausm,

American blight, 142, 143, 144

(Fig.)
Schools, coloured diagrams for

elementary, 99 ; see Diagrams
Schoyen, Dr., letters to, 237-239 ;

notes on wasps from, 218
Science and Art Department, in-

vited to help, 87 ; diagrams for,

88 ; official plagiarism, 88
Scolytus destructor, Oliv., 169, 170

(Fig.); S. pruni, Ratz., 270, 271

(Fig.)

Seaweeds, 39
Sedbury Park, 7, 14-19 ; remini-

scences of, 15 ; routine of life at,

17, PI. i.
Servants, Miss Ormerod's kindly

treatment of, 94
Service, Mr. Robert, letter to, 99 ;

notes by, 104, 105
Sesia bembecifonnis, see Troc li ilium
Seth, Professor, letter from, 303
Severn and Wye, the, 33, PI. ix.
Severn, cliffs, PI. x. ; colour of, 35,

41 ; shipping of, 36
" Shag" or " Chog," 197
Sheep spider fly, or " ked," 141

(Fig.) ; nostril fly, 304, 305 ; see

MelopJiagus

" Sheep Scab," paper on, 299, 306
Shell-(snail)-slug, 191 (Fig.), 192
Shells, Miss Georgiana Ormerod's

love for, 3

Shot-borer, see Xyleborus dispar
Signoret's, Dr., opinion, 79
Silk, moths injuring, 219
Silpha opaca, Linn., 142 (Fig.)
Silphida, 219
" Silver-top " wheat, 197
Simpson, Mr. Wm., letter from, 72
Si rex jit vencus, 81 ; S. gigas, 81 .



INDEX



347



[urdoch, refer-



Sitones (pea-weevil), 226
Sitophilus granarius, 262 ; S. oiyzce,

262

Sitotroga (Gelechia) cereal dl ci, 188
" Sh'me" fungus, 213
Smirke, Sir Robert, 7
Smith and Co.'s flour, Messrs., 266
Smith, John B., 257
Smith, Sir Robert Mi

ence to, 284
Snail-slug, 191 (Fig.), 192
Snellen, Mr., on "Great" and

" Small " tortoiseshell butterflies,

*3i

Sparrow, Hedge, 162
Sparrow, House, Passer domcsticns,

160-168, 160 (Fig.)
Sparrow leaflet, 163, 166, 167, 225 ;

extract from, 164
" Sparrow, Spare the," 165
" Sparrow, The House," Teget-

meier's, 167, 168
Sparrow, Tree, Passer montanus,

162 (Fig.)
Sparrows, repeal of laws in America

protecting, 161
" Spider " fly, 304
" Spinach moth," 231
"Splint," a sap-wood beetle,

Scolytus pruni, 271 (Fig.)
Sprayers, 208

Spret, J linens articiilatus, 104
St. Al ban's Show, Prince and

Princess of Wales at, 123 ;

exhibit for, 123
Stebbing, E. P., 307
Stein, or Hartman quoted by Stein,

260

Stem eel -worms, 209 (Fig.)
Steven lecturer, on Agricultural

Entomology in Edinburgh Uni-
versity, 282, see Fream, Dr.
Stewart's, Prince Charles, march

to Manchester, 10
St. Petersburg International Ex-
hibition, 19
Stock flies, 304, 307
Strathconan Deer Forest flies, 260.

26!
Strawberries, moles at, 153 ; eel

worms at, 204 ; beetles at, 223
Strigul, ancient name of Chep-

stow, 8
" Strigulensia," George Ormerod's,

7,21



Subpoena, a, 69

Suft"erings,political, of " Tyldesley "
in 1745, 10

T

Tabanidee, 138, 141, 145, 150
Tabanus antiimnalis, 136; bovinus,

Linn., 135 (Fig.), 136
Tachina fly, 106 ; larvae, 186
Taschenberg's, Dr., "Die Prak-

tische Insektenkunde," 277
Taylor, Dr., 284 ; letter from, 3 10
Tecla, St., chapel of, 33
Tegetmeier, Mr., letters to, 159-168
Tenebrioides mauritanicus, 70
Teriacus, Tecla, or Treacle, Saint,

Test a cell a // allot idea, Draparnaud,

shell-slug, 191 (Fig.), 192
Texas fever, 193, 257
Thackeray, death of Mrs., 6
"Thrips," 185, 197
Thursby, John Ormerod Scarlett, 9
Thursby, Rev. William, 9
Thursby, Sir John Hardy, 9
Thysanoptera, 185
Ticks causing " red water," 193,

257
Tidenham church, 18, 21, 22, 24,

25, 26, 29, PI. vii.
Timberman beetle, 224 (Fig.)
Time-table, mail coach, 44
Tintern Abbey, PI. v.
Tip u la, daddy longlegs or crane

fly, 6 4 , 284

Toasts of the rival kings, 1 1
Toddington Experimental Com-
mittee, 201, 203, 204, 207, 248,

277. 333
Tomato root-knot eel-worm, 213

(Fig.), 214
Torquay, 73

Torrington House, St. Albans, 19,
73, PL xxiv. ; an " at home "
at, 86

Tortoiseshell butterflies, 129, 131
Tortrix viridana, 145, (Fig.) 146
Townhead Farm, Closeburn, Dum-
friesshire, 104
Transportation of wingless females

by winged males, 183
Travelling in olden times, 43-46
Treacle, or Tryacle, Island, 33
Tribolium fernigineum, Fab., 70,
72, 266 (Fig.)



348



INDEX



Trinity College School, Port Hope,

Canada, destruction of by fire, 227

Triton cristatus, Miss Ormerod's

paper on, 59

Trochilium bembecifpnnc, 103
Trogosiia maiiritanica, 70, 72
Trout crammed with "hillgrub,"

105

" Tulip root," 65, 209 (Fig.)
Turnip caterpillars, 101 ; fly or flea

beetle, 76 ; mud beetle (Helo-

phorus rugosus), 108 ; saw fly, 211
Tyldesley, i, 7, 10
Tylenchus dcvastatrix, 79, 190, 209

(Fig.) ; attacking clover, 226



Vanessa poly chloros, Great Tortoise-
shell butterfly, 129 (Fig.), 130, 186

"Venus" shells, 40

Verney, Sir Harry, 121

Verrall's List of British Diptera, 157

Vere Street Chapel, London,
preachers at, 26, 27

Voelcker, Dr. A., on gas-lime, 195

Voles, report on, 104

W

Wales, Prince and Princess of,

123, 124
Wallace, Professor, an ally and

friend, 227 ; letters to, 275-325
Wallace, Dr. Quintin, M.A., death

of, 281

Warble fly, see Hvpoderma bovis
Ward, Mr., 125 "
Warington, Professor, Sibthorpian

lecturer, 225, 298
Wasps, 17, 218, 220, 273
"Wasps, British Social," by

Dr. E. L. Ormerod, 93
Wasp's nest, 241 (Fig.)
Watercresses attacked by Caddis

worms, 151, 282
Waterloo, news of battle of, 3 1
Waterloo Station, accident at, 77
"Water-moth," see Mormonia ni-

gromaculata
Water-snails, 144
Weed seed for adulterating im-
ports, 276
Weevil, see Bruchus, injuries to

bean and pea seed, 143
Weevils in flour, 72, 262



Westminster, Mr. Bailey's corre-
spondence with the Duke of, 1 1 1
West, Newman & Co., Messrs., 277,

302
Westwood, Professor, 78, 80, 205,

279, 280 ; letter from, 81
Whalley, Whitaker's history of, 8
Whateley, Archbishop, 27
Wheat cleaning, 275 ; " silver-top "

or "white eared," 197 ; wheat

with Hessian fly maggot, 131

(Fig.)
Whipple's experiment with larvae,

211
White ants destroying cocoa trees,

268

Whitehead, Mr. Charles, 76
Wild tribes of India, 309
William IV., i

William of Worcester quoted, 34
Willow weevil, 267
Winter moth, 146 (Fig.), traps, 183 ;

see Cheimatobia
Wire worm, 206
Wise, letters to Mr., 151, 152
Woburn report on mite-galls, 157 ;

Experimental Fruit Grounds, 226
Wood leopard moth (Zeuzera

a : sculi), 102 (Fig.)
Woolastone, 22
Woolly aphis, 144
Work, plan of Miss Ormerod's, 78
Writing, Miss Ormerod's early

love for, 2 ; specimen of, 89
Wye, free railway passage over,

208 ; map of lower valley, PI.

ix. ; railway bridge on, PI. xxvi.

X

Xyleborus dispar, Fab., 182, 198,

199 ( Fi g-)> 33i (App.)
Xyleborus pyri, 198
Xyleborus saxeseni, 188, 263



Yeats, Dr. John, on saurian re-
mains, 41

Z

Zeuzera cesculi, Linn., 102 (Fig.)
Zimmermann, A., trials with

"formalin," 220

Zoology, Dr. Claus' text-book 01,276
Zoology, Hope Professorship of,

at Oxford, 280



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