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Natlist., 12, 1889, 145.
Cochrane, Charles. For biography and works see Inst.

Mechan. Engin. Proc., 1898, 309-311 ; Iron & Steel Inst.

Jl.,1898 (No. 1), 314-315.

On the relative merits of limestone and lime in blast-
furnace practice. [With discussion.] Iron & Steel Inst.

Jl., 1898 (No. 1), 69-93.
Cochrane, N. D. Collingwood [coalfield, Middle Island,

N. Zealand]. N. Zealand Pap. & Rep. (Min.), 1895, C3,

166-167.
Cochrane, W \illiam}. Presidential address. [On the

duration of England's coal resources.] [1891.] N. Eng.

Inst. Min. Engin. Trans., 40, 1892, 83-92.
Cock, A . de. Rembert DODOENS. Bot. Jaarb., 2, 1890, 40-82.
Cock, William John. For biographical notice see Chem.

News, 80, 1899, 287.
Cockayne, L. Humble-bees. N. Zealand Jl. Sci., 1, 1891,

74-75.
On the freezing of New Zealand alpine plants : notes

of an experiment conducted in the freezing-chamber,

Lyttelton. [1897.] N. Zealand Inst. Trans., 30, 1898,

435-442.
An inquiry into the seedling forms of New Zealand

phanerogams and their development. [1898-99.] N.

Zealand lust. Trans., 31, 1899, 354-398; 32, 1900,

83-94.
On the burning and reproduction of subalpine scrub

and its associated plants; with special reference to

Arthur's Pass district. [1898.] N. Zealand Inst. Trans.,

31, 1899, 398-419.
Descriptions of new species of Astelia, Veronica, and

Celmisia. N. Zealand Inst. Trans., 31, 1899, 419-424.



On Ligusticum trifoliatum, Hook. f. N. Zealand
Inst. Trans., 31, 1899, 424-426.

A sketch of the plant geography of the Waimakariri



river basin, considered chiefly from an cecological point
of view. [1899.] N. Zealand Inst. Trans., 32, 1900,
95-136.

Cockburn, Arthur C. On safety fuses for electric light
circuits, and on the behaviour of the various metals
usually employed in their construction. [With discus-
sion.] [1887-88.] Telegr. Engin. Jl., 16, 1888, 650-
667; 17, 1889, 34-73.

Cockburn, George Bertram. Isomeric fencholenic acids.
Chem. Soc. Jl., 75, 1899 (Pt. 1), 501-507.

Cockburn, George Bertram, & Gardner, John Addyman.
See Gardner & Cockburn.

Cockburn, J. A brilliant meteor. [1889.] Nature, 41,
1890, 81.

Cockburn, John. On the recent extinction of a species of
Rhinoceros in the Rajmahal Hills and Bos gaurus in the
Mirzapur district. Bengal Asiat. Soc. Proc. , 1884, 140-141.

On the durability of haematite drawings on sandstone

rocks. Bengal Asiat. Soc. Proc., 1884, 141-143.
On palaeolithic implements from the drift gravels of
the Singrauli basin, south Mirzapore. [1887.] Anthrop.
Inst. Jl., 17, 1888, 57-64.

On flint implements from the Kon ravines of south

Mirzapore. Bengal Asiat. Soc. Jl., 63 (Pt. 3), 1894,
21-27.

Cockburn-Hood. See Hood, Thomas II. Cockburn-.

Cockerell, Sydney C. Abnormal spiral banding in our
land and fresh-water Mollusca. [1885.] Jl. Conch., 4,
1883-85, 374-375.

Land and fresh-water shells in Normandy. [1886.]

Jl. Conch., 5, 1886-88, 13-16.

On some British varieties of LimnaeiB. [1886.] Jl.

Conch., 5, 1886-88, 44-45.

Cockerell, Theodore D[ru] Allison], Notes on some Mol-
lusca collected in Surrey. Zoologist, 9, 1885, 12-14, 72.

The Mollusca of the counties of Kent, Surrey, and

Middlesex. Zoologist, 9, 1885, 91-97, 175-180, 298-303,
338-341, 378-384, 439, 487.

Notes on the Parmacella of Gibraltar. [1886.] Jl.

Conch., 5, 1886-88, 26-27.

Notes on some varieties of British shells. [1886.] Jl.



Conch., 5, 1886-88, 79-80.

Contributions towards a list of north Wiltshire
Mollusca. [1886.] Jl. Conch., 5, 1886-88, 82-84.

Notes on some species of inland Mollusca. Ann. Mag.
Nat. Hist., 19, 1887, 174-176.

The Gibraltar and Tangier forms of Parmacella.
[1887.] Conchologists' Exchange, 2, 1887-88, 67-68.

On melanism. Entomologist, 20, 1887, 58-59.

A code of varietal nomenclature. Entomologist, 20,



1887, 150-152.
The flora of Bedford Park, Chiswick. Jl. Bot., 25,

1887, 107-110.
Variation. S. London Ent. Nat. Hist. Soc. Proc.,

1887, 95-107.

[Notes on some Mollusca taken at Isleworth, Middle-
sex.] Zool. Soc. Proc., 1887, 362-363.
On the nature of seasonal dimorphism in Rhopalocera.

Canad. Ent., 20, 1888, 86-89.
The orange spot in Nathalis lole, Bdv. Canad. Ent.,

20, 1888, 156-157.
Can insects distinguish between red and yellow?

Canad. Ent., 20, 1888, 176-178.

Danais Archippus. Canad. Ent., 20, 1888, 200.

An extreme case of seasonal dimorphism in Colias.



Canad. Ent., 20, 1888, 201-202.
A new species of Crambus from Colorado.



[1888.]



Ent. Month. Mag., 24, 1887-88, 272-273.

Entomological work in Colorado. Entomologist, 21,

1888, 298-305.



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On Agriolimax montanus in Colorado. [1888.] Jl.

Conch., 5, 1886-88, 358-360.
A lunar rainbow. Nature, 38, 1888, 365.

[A new rose-gall, Rhodites tuberculator.] [1888.]
S. London Ent. Nat. Hist. Soc. Proc., 1888-89, 41-42.

[Case of mimicry in a thomisid spider.] [1888.] S.

London Ent. Nat. Hist. Soc. Proc., 1888-89, 55-56.

White pigment in the Sesiidae. [1888.] S. London
Ent. Nat. Hist. Soc. Proc., 1888-89, 57-58.

A new Myrmophile. Canad. Ent., 21, 1889, 140.
Phalangodes robusta (Pack.), Canad. Ent., 21, 1889,

140.

Gnophaela vermiculata, Grote. Canad. Ent., 21, 1889,

220.

On the origin of the genus Anthocharis, Bdv. ( = Eu-

chloe, Hb.). Entomologica Amer., 5, 1889, 33-34; S.
London Ent. Nat. Hist. Soc. Proc., 1888-89, 138-
141.

- The larva of Gnophaela vermiculata, G. & R. Ento-
mologica Amer., 5, 1889, 57-58.

On the variation of insects. Entomologist, 22, 1889,

1-6, 26-29, 54-56, 98-100, 125-130, 147-149, 176-178,
198-202, 226-229, 243-245.

Preliminary remarks on the molluscan fauna of Colo-
rado. [1889.] Jl. Conch., 6, 1889-91, 60-65.

Some Fungi of Custer county, Colo. Jl. Mycol., 5,

1889, 84-85, 180.

The Virginia colony of Helix nemoralis. [1889.]

Nautilus, 3, 1889-90, 73-77.
Notes on the variation of certain Mollusca introduced

from Europe. [1889.] Nautilus, 3, 1889-90, 86-87.
The classification of slight varieties. Torrey Bot. Club

Bull., 16, 1889, 270-272.
Notes on slugs, chiefly in the collection at the British

Museum. Ann. Mag. Nat. Hist., 6, 1890, 277-288, 380-

390; 7, 1891, 97-107, 328-341.
Notes on the insect fauna of high altitudes in Custer

county, Colorado. Canad. Ent., 22, 1890, 37-39, 55-

60, 76.
A suggestion as to the generic nomenclature of insects.

Canad. Ent., 22, 1890, 173-175.
Trypeta Bigelovite, n. sp. Ent. Month. Mag., 26,

1890, 324.

The evolution of insect-galls. Entomologist, 23, 1890,

73-76.

Notes on some species of gall-gnats (Cecidomyiae).
Entomologist, 23, 1890, 278-282.

A preliminary list of the insect-fauna of Middlesex.
Entomologist, 23, 1890, 368-369; 24, 1891, 6-8, 29-33,
64-69, 93-97, 119-121, 139-143, 156-160, 280-283; 25,
1892, 115-118, 130-134, 182-185, 203-207; 26, 1893,
102-105.

Origin of dimorphism and polymorphism. [1890.]

Ent. Record, 1, 1890-91, 10.
American varieties of British species. [1890.] Ent.

Record, 1, 1890-91, 13-14, 60-61, 239.
Critical notes on some land and freshwater Mollusca.

[1890.] Jl. Conch., 6, 1889-91, 255-259.

Galls. Nature, 41, 1890, 344, 559-560.

. A greenish meteor. Nature, 41, 1890, 369.

Some notes on Dr. A. R. WALLACE'S "Darwinism."

Nature, 41, 1890, 393-394.
Variation in the nesting-habits of birds. Nature, 42,

1890, 6.

_. Flat-fishes. Nature, 42, 1890, 53-54.
Variability in the number of follicles in Caltha.

Nature, 42, 1890, 519.
A list of the Mollusca of Colorado. [1890.] Nautilus,

3, 1889-90, 99-103, 120.
New western slugs. [1890.] Nautilus, 3, 1889-90,

111-113.
On the generic position of Arion foliolatus, Gould.

[1890.] Nautilus, 3, 1889-90, 126-128.



Helix hortensis in America. [1890.] Nautilus, 3,
1889-90, 139-140.

The evolution of metallic colors in insects. Philad.,



Ent. News, 1, 1890, 3-6, 47.

What are the uses of bright colors in Hymenoptera?



Philad., Ent. News, 1, 1890, 65-68.

List of animals and plants observed in the Leigh,

Essex, district, between Southend pier and Hadleigh
Castle, July 25th, 26th, 27th, 1890. [1890.] S. London
Ent. Nat. Hist. Soc. Proc., 1890-91, 79-84.

Notes on Castilleia. Torrey Bot. Club Bull., 17, 1890,

34-37.

Note on Parmacellus gracilis, Gray. Ann. Mag. Nat.
Hist., 8, 1891, 331.

Notes on Arion hortensis, A. circumscriptus, and their
allies. Conchologist, 1, 1891, 33-35.

Case-making coleopterous larvae. Ent. Month. Mag.,



27, 1891, 190-191.
The colours of insects.



Entomologist, 24, 1891, 229-
231.
Insect pigments. Entomologist, 24, 1891, 278-279.

European aliens in America. Jl. Bot., 29, 1891, 76-78.
Limneea peregra, var. ovaliformis. [1891.] Jl. Conch.,

6, 1889-91, 380.

Note sur les vari^tes du Bulimulus alternatus, Say.
Jl. de Conch., 39, 1891, 23-24.

The Alpine flora, with a suggestion as to the origin of
blue in flowers. Nature, 43, 1891, 207.

Neo-Lamarckism and Darwinism. Nature, 43, 1891,

533.

- The Alpine flora. Nature, 44, 1891, 6.
The slugs of British Columbia. [1891.] Nautilus, 5,

1891-92, 30-32.
A note on Mr. PILSBKY'S "Article IV": [On the genus

Tebennophorus, Binney, or Philomycus, Raf.]. [1891.]

Nautilus, 5, 1891-92, 53-54.
Synopsis of the principal varieties of Agriolimax

agrestis (L.). [1891.] Nautilus, 5, 1891-92, 70-71.
Notes on the flora of high altitudes in Custer county,

Colorado. Torrey Bot. Club Bull., 18, 1891, 167-174.
[Abnormal specimens of Clausilia rugosa.] Zool. Soc.



Proc., 1891, 145-147.

On the geographical distribution of slugs.



Zool. Soc.



Proc., 1891, 214-226.

Remarks on Australian slugs. Ann. Mag. Nat. Hist.,
9, 1892, 370-372.

The larva of Anceryx fasciata, Swains. Canad. Ent.,
24, 1892, 19.

Chionobas Uhleri. Canad. Ent., 24, 1892, 101-102.

Lepidoptera from Marshall Pass, Colorado. Canad.



Entomologist, 25, 1892,
[1892.]



Ent., 24, 1892, 192.

A cecid bred from Coccidse.

180-182.

A revised list of the species of British slugs.

Jl. Conch., 7, 1892-94, 66-70.

Arion occidentalis : an apparently new species.

[1892.] Jl. Conch., 7, 1892-94, 192-193.

Alpine Rubi. Nature, 45, 1892, 320.

Land and freshwater shells peculiar to the British

Isles. Nature, 46, 1892, 76-77.
The West Indian fauna in south Florida. Nature,

46, 1892, 458-459.
Notes on the North American species of Suceinea.

[1892-93.] Nautilus, 6, 1892-93, 21-23, 29-31 ; 7, 1893-

94, 43-46.
-Note on the larva of Pachylia ficus (L.). Philad.,

Ent. News, 3, 1892, 4.
Notes on the life-history of Calpodes ethlius. Philad.,

Ent. News, 3, 1892, 78-80.
Notes on the entomology of Colorado. Philad., Ent.

News, 3, 1892, 202-205 ; 4, 1893, 42-45, 72-73.
The validity of the oldest specific name. Torrey Bot.

Club Bull., 19, 1892, 95.



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List of Coccidffl observed in Jamaica. U. S. Div. Ent.

Insect Life, 4, 1892, 333-334.
The West Indian rufous scale. (Aspidiotus articu-

latus, Morgan.) U. S. Div. Ent. Insect Life, 4, 1892,

380-382.

[Occurrence of Jacana spinosa in Jamaica.] Zool.

Soc. Proc., 1892, 472.
Une nouvelle espece de Lecanium du Mexique. [1893.]

Mex., Soc. "Alzate" Mem., 6, 1892, 325-326; France

Soc. Zool. Bull., 18, 1893, 167-168 ; Naturaleza, 2, 1897,

304.
The genera Limax, Arion, and Helix. [1892.]

Conchologist, 2, 1893, 28-29.

New varieties of Californian slugs. [1892.] Concho-
logist, 2, 1893, 72.
The British Arionidae. [1892.] Conchologist, 2, 1893,

84-85.
Notes on plant faunas. [1892.] U. S. Div. Ent.

Insect Life, 5, 1893, 117-121.
Notes on Lecanium, with a list of the West Indian

species. Amer. Ent. Soc. Trans., 20, 1893, 49-56.
The entomology of the mid-Alpine zone of Ouster

county, Colorado. Amer. Ent. Soc. Trans., 20, 1893,

305-370.
Notes on the cochineal insect. Amer. Natlist., 27,

1893, 1041-1049.
On a new species of Aplyeiidaa from Jamaica. Ann.

Mag. Nat. Hist., 11, 1893, 218-220.
Notes on some Mexican Coccidffl. Ann. Mag. Nat.

Hist., 12, 1893, 47-53, 160.
Two new Coccidffl from New Mexico. Ann. Mag. Nat.

Hist. , 12, 1893, 403-406.

- Melanchroia Cephise, Hiibn. Canad. Ent. , 25, 1893, 26.
Trypeta, Clisiocampa and Ammalo. Canad. Ent., 25,

1893, 112.
A new lac insect from Jamaica. Canad. Ent., 25,

1893, 181-183.
A new Lecanium from Canada. Canad. Ent., 25,

1893, 221-222.

Hyblcea puera, Cramer. Canad. Ent., 25, 1893, 294.

[Las Coccidffl de Chile.] Chili Soc. Sci. Act., 3, 1893,

Ixxviii-lxxix.
Note on the genus Phenacarion. Conchologist, 2,

1893, 118.
Some new forms of slugs. Conchologist, 2, 1893,

118-119.
A check-list of the slugs. [With appendix and notes

by W. E. COLLINGE.] Conchologist, 2, 1893, 168-176,

185-232; Jl. Malacol., 3, 1894, 32-34.
West Indian Coccidffl. Ent. Month. Mag., 29, 1893,

38-40.
A third species of Aleurodicus. Ent. Month. Mag.,

29, 1893, 105-106.
The West Indian species of Mytilaspis and Pinnaspis.

Ent. Month. Mag., 29, 1893, 155-158.
The West Indian species of Ceroplastes. Entomolo-
gist, 26, 1893, 80-83.

The West Indian species of Dactylopius. Entomolo-
gist, 26, 1893, 177-179, 266-268.
Three new Coccidffl from the arid region of North

America. Entomologist, 26, 1893, 350-352.
Two new species of Pulvinaria from Jamaica. Ent.

Soc. Trans., 1893, 159-163.
Sur un nouveau Diaspide du Mexique. France Soc.

Zool. Bull., 18, 1893, 251-253.
Liste des ecocide's trouves sur les Cactace'es, avec

description d'une espece nouvelle. [IV.] M6x., Soc.

"Alzate" Mem., 7, 1893, 461-462.
The use of ants to Aphides and Coccidffl. [1893.]

Nature, 47 (1892-93), 608.

Insects attracted by Solanum. Nature, 48 (1893), 438.

Slugs injuring coffee. [1893.] Nautilus, 6, 1892-93,

127-128.

R. S. XIV.



The small grey slug in Jamaica. [1893.] Nautilus,

7, 1893-94, 21-22.
List of insects found on cultivated plants etc., in the

Mesilla valley, 1893. N. Mex. Agr. Coll. Bull., 10, 1893,

1-16.
Additions to the Hymenoptera of Jamaica. Philad. ,

Ent. News, 4, 1893, 188-189.
Note on the genus Pseudococcus, Westwood. Philad.,

Ent. News, 4, 1893, 317-318.
Early stages of two Jamaica Nymphalidse. Psyche,

6, 1893, 481-482.

Two new forms of Diaspina. Psyche, 6, 1893, 571-573.

Climate and the variation of slugs. Science, 21, 1893,

338-339.
Preliminary note on the cottony scale of the Osage

orange. Science, 22, 1893, 78-79.
Prosopophora : a genus of scale-insects new to the

North American fauna. Science, 22, 1893, 151-152.
Notes on some Fungi collected in Jamaica. Torrey

Bot. Club Bull., 20, 1893, 295-297.
Solanum elseagnifolium, forma albiflorum. Torrey

Bot. Club Bull., 20, 1893, 410-411.
The food plants of some Jamaican Coccidffl. U. S.

Div. Ent. Insect Life, 5, 1893, 158-160, 245-247, 370.
Notes on the transformations of some Jamaica

Lepidoptera. [1891.] Jamaica Inst. JL, 1, 1894, 27-31.
Additions to the fauna and flora of Jamaica. [1891-

93.] Jamaica Inst. JL, 1, 1894, 31-32, 256-262.
[On the microscope as related to agriculture, with

special reference to Coccidffl, or scale insects.] [1891.]

Jamaica Inst. JL, 1, 1894, 47.
[Coccidffl of Jamaica.] [1892-93.] Jamaica Inst. JL,

1, 1894, 54-55, 97, 136-137, 142-143, 180.
[Descriptions of alleged new species of Helix and

Veronicella.] [1892-93.] Jamaica Inst. JL, 1, 1894, 55,

96, 134, 178-179.
A first contribution to the entomology of Bath,

Jamaica. [Notes by Mrs. M. E. SWAINSON.] [1892.]

Jamaica Inst. JL, 1, 1894, 71-74.
[Reptilia of Jamaica.] [1892.] Jamaica Inst. JL, 1,

1894, 95-96.
Lepidoptera of Jamaica. [1892-93.] Jamaica Inst.

JL, 1, 1894, 135-136, 179-180.
A new Fungus on sugar cane. [1892.] Jamaica Inst.

JL, 1, 1894, 159.
A new Cordyceps. [1893.] Jamaica Inst. JL, 1, 1894,

180.
Description of a new Jamaica spider. [1893.] Jamaica

Inst. JL, 1, 1894, 221-222.
Grasses from Mandeville. [1893.] Jamaica Inst. JL,

1, 1894, 236.
A list of West Indian Coccidffl. [1893.] Jamaica

Inst. JL, 1, 1894, 252-256.
Micro-lepidoptera of Jamaica. [1893.] Jamaica Inst.

JL, 1, 1894, 285.
Notes on the fauna and flora of Jamaica. [1893.]

Jamaica Inst. JL, 1, 1894, 308-309.
Records of specimens from various localities. [1893.]

Jamaica Inst. JL, 1, 1894, 309-311.
Records of West Indian Coccidffl. [1893.] Jamaica

Inst. JL, 1, 1894, 373.
The Jamaican species of Pra?podes, Schon. [1893.]

Jamaica Inst. JL, 1, 1894, 374-375.
A new Lecanium. [1893.] Jamaica Inst. JL, 1,

1894, 378-379.
Aspidiotus Bowreyi, n. sp. [1893.] Jamaica Inst.

JL, 1, 1894, 383.
The distribution of Coccidffl. [1893.] U. S. Div.

Ent. Insect Life, 6, 1894, 99-103.
Note on slip-records. [1893.] U. S. Div. Ent. Insect

Life, 7, 1894, 198-200.
Notes on Peripatus jamaicensis, Grabh. and Ckll.

[1893.] Zool. Anz., 16, 1894, 341-343.

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A little known Jamaican naturalist, Dr. Anthony

EOBINSON. Amer. Natlist., 28, 1894, 775-780.
Some observations on the distribution of Coccidae.

Amer. Natlist., 28, 1894, 1050-1054.
Two new Coccidse from the arid region of North

America. Ann. Mag. Nat. Hist., 14, 1894, 12-15.
' Synchloe Lacinia, aberr. rufescens. Canad. Ent., 26,

1894, 30.
A check list of the nearctic Coccidse. Canad. Ent.,

26, 1894, 31-36.

Genera of Thysanura. Canad. Ent., 26, 1894, 116.

Descriptions of new Coccidae. Philad., Ent. News, 5,

1894, 203-204, 263-264.
Notes on some scale insects. Canad. Ent., 26, 1894,

127-132, 189-191, 284-288.
A new attid spider from Jamaica. Canad. Ent., 26,

1894, 343-344.
[Coccideas i hongos parasites de plantas chilenas.]

[Tr.] Chili Soc. Sci. Act. , 4, 1894, Ivii.
The twentieth neotropical Aspidiotus. Chili Soc. Sci.

Act., 4, 1894, 35-36.
What are the specific limits of Aspidiotus destructor,

Sign. ? Ent. Month. Mag., 30, 1894, 57-59.
The hunting-spider of the vine. Entomologist, 27,

1894, 207-208.
On a Lecanium from Rochester, N. Y. (U.S.A.),

considered identical with L. juglandis, Bouche. Entomo-
logist, 27, 1894, 332-336.
Description of Urocyclus flavescens (Kef erst.). 31.

Malacol., 3, 1894, 52-53.
Note on the habits of a Jamaica spider. [1894.]

Nature, 49 (1893-94), 412-413.
Discontinuous colour- variation. Nature, 50 (1894),

197-198.
A list of the Brachiopoda, Pelecypoda, Pteropoda, and

Nudibranchiata of Jamaica, living and fossil. [1894.]

Nautilus, 7, 1893-94, 103-107, 113-118.
The Virginia colony of Helix nemoralis. [1894.]

Nautilus, 8, 1894-95, 92-95.
A supplementary note to Mr. JOHNSON'S list of

Jamaican Diptera. Philad. Ac. Nat. Sci. Proe., 1894,

419-420.

A new scale insect on Agave. Philad., Ent. News, 5,

1894, 59-60.

Description of a new Chrysis. Philad., Ent. News,

5, 1894, 125.
A new wax-scale found in Jamaica. Philad., Ent.

News, 5, 1894, 157-158.
On the habits of some Asilidae. Philad., Ent. News,

5, 1894, 173-174.
Descriptions of new Hymenoptera. Philad. , Ent.

News, 5, 1894, 199-200, 234-236, 328-329.
The Coccidae found on ivy (Hedera). Philad., Ent.

News, 5, 1894, 210-212.
Notes on some Trinidad Coccidae. [1894.] Trinidad

Field Nat. Club Jl., 1, 1892-94, 306-310.
A check list of the Coccidae of the neotropical region.

[1894.] Trinidad Field Nat. Club Jl., 1, 1892-94, 311-

312.

On a Lecanium infesting blackberry, considered

identical with L. Fitchii, Sign. [1894.] U. S. Div.
Ent. Insect Life, 7, 1895, 29-31.

A maritime species of Coccidae. [1894.] U. S. Div.

Ent. Insect Life, 7, 1895, 42-44.
Notes from New Mexico. [1894.] U. S. Div. Ent.

Insect Life, 7, 1895, 207-211.
A new sawfly which is injurious to hollyhocks.

[1894.] U. S. Div. Ent. Insect Life, 7, 1895, 251-253.
Descriptions of new Hymenoptera. [With notes by

W. J. Fox.] Amer. Ent. Soc. Trans., 22, 1895,

289-297.
Two new species of Lecanium from Brazil. Amer.

Natlist., 29, 1895, 174-175.



Two more new species of Lecanium. Amer. Natlist.,
29, 1895, 381-382.

Contributions to coccidology. Amer. Natlist., 29,
1895, 725-732; 31, 1897, 588-592.

Cecidomyia Atriplicis. Amer. Natlist., 29, 1895, 766-



767.
On some insects collected in the State of Chihuahua,

Mexico. Ann. Mag. Nat. Hist., 15, 1895, 204-210.
On some Coccidae obtained by Mr. C. A. BARBER in

the island of Antigua, W.I. Ann. Mag. Nat. Hist., 16,

1895, 60-62.
New bees of the genus Halictus from New Mexico,

U.S.A. Ann. Mag. Nat. Hist., 16, 1895, 63-69.

Some Western weeds, and alien weeds in the West.



Bot. Gaz., 20, 1896, 503-504.

On a new scale-insect found on plum.



Canad. Ent.,



27, 1895, 16-19.
Canadian Coccidae.



Canad. Ent., 27, 1895, 33-36,
58-61.

Additions to the list of U.S. Hymenoptera. Canad.
Ent., 27, 1895, 134.

A new Pulvinaria found on orchids. Canad. Ent.,
27, 1895, 135.

On the subglobular species of Lecanium. Canad.



Ent., 27, 1895, 201-204.
Miscellaneous notes on Coccidae.



Canad. Ent., 27,

1895, 253-261.
The second Anacrabro, and the smallest American

Oxybelus. Canad. Ent., 27, 1895, 308-309.
A new species of Coccidae of the genus Diaspis. Chili

Soc. Sci. Act., 5, 1895, 6-7.
Note on a Dactylopius (/am. Coccidae) found on the

branches of the vine in Chile. Chili Soc. Sci. Act., 5,

1895, 22-23.
Three new species of Coccidae. Entomologist, 28,

1895, 100-101.
[Four species of lac-producing Coccidae.] Ent. Soc.

Trans., 1895, xxi-xxii.
New facts about scale insects. Garden & Forest, 8,

1895, 244.
Variation in Caltha palustris. [1895.] Nature, 51

(1894-95), 487.

Alteration in the colours of flowers by cyanide fumes.



Nature, 52 (1895), 520.
Note on the species of Veronicella found in Central

America. [1895.] Nautilus, 8, 1894-95, 140-143.
Entomological observations in 1894. Life zones in

New Mexico. Entomological diary at Santa Fe. N. Mex.

Agr. Coll. Bull. , 15, 1895, 47-82.
Some new bees of the genus Perdita. Philad. Ac.

Nat. Sci. Proc., 1895, 11-19.
Descriptions of new Hymenoptera. Philad., Ent.

News, 6, 1895, 60-64.
Note on the forms of Alypioides. Philad., Ent. News,

6, 1895, 200-201.
A new scale insect from Grenada. [1895.] Trinidad

Field Nat. Club Jl., 2, [1894-96], 194-195.
A new mealy-bug on sugar-cane. [1895.] Trinidad

Field Nat. Club Jl., 2, [1894-96], 195.
On the natural conditions which affect the distribution

and abundance of Coccidse. U. S. Div. Ent. Bull., 2,

1895, 91-95.

Notes on the geographical distribution of scale insects.

U. S. Mus. Proc., 17, 1895, 615-625.
Two new western Coccidae. [1895.] Psyche, 7, 1896,

254-255.
Eeptiles and batrachians of Mesilla valley, New Mexico.

Amer. Natlist., 30, 1896, 325-327.
The food of some Colorado birds. Amer. Natlist., 30,

1896, 329-330.

The bees of the genus Andrena found in New Mexico.

Ann. Mag. Nat. Hist., 18, 1896, 78-92.
Contributions from the New Mexico Biological Station.



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i. Descriptions of new bees collected by Prof. C. H. T.
TOWNSEND in the state of Vera Cruz. [in. The bees of
the genus Colletes found in New Mexico, v. Some new
Hymenoptera from the Mesilla valley, New Mexico,
vi. The New Mexico bees of the genus Heriades, and
a new Halictus.] Ann. Mag. Nat. Hist., 18, 1896, 282-
295; 19, 1897, 39-52, 394-403; 20, 1897, 135-143.

Exomalopsis, a neotropical genus of bees in the

United States. Canad. Ent., 28, 1896, 25-26.

A new coccid from Texas. Canad. Ent., 28, 1896, 83.

The male of Monodontomerus montivagus, Ashm.

Canad. Ent., 28, 1896, 127.

Five new bees of the genus Calliopsis from New

Mexico. Canad. Ent., 28, 1896, 158-161.

The smaller bees of the genus Andrena found in New

Mexico. Canad. Ent. , 28, 1896, 179-184.

New bees of the genera Xenoglossa and Podalirius

(Anthophora). Canad. Ent., 28, 1896, 191-197.

Still another Aphilanthops. Canad. Ent., 28, 1896,

221-222.

New Coccidffi from Massachusetts and New Mexico.

Canad. Ent., 28, 1896, 222-226.

New species of Nomada and Chyphotes. Canad. Ent. ,

28, 1896, 284-285.

A Mexican Aleurodicus. Canad. Ent., 28, 1896, 302.

New North American bees. Ent. Month. Mag., 32,

1896, 218-221.

A new scale-insect infesting date palms. Entomo-
logist, 29, 1896, 52.

New bees of the genus Melissodes. Entomologist, 29,

1896, 304-308.

The Aspidistra scale in California. Garden & Forest,

9, 1896, 118.

The Euonymus scale in Japan. Garden & Forest, 9,

1896, 198.

Another plum scale. Garden & Forest, 9, 1896, 444.

Specific characters among the Mutillidae. Nature, 54

(1896), 461.

Dormant seeds. [1896.] Nature, 55 (1896-97), 155.

Land Mollusca from the rejectamenta of the Bio

Grande, New Mexico. [1896.] Nautilus, 10, 1896-97,
41-43.

Report of the entomologist. N. Mex. Agr. Coll. Bull.,

19, 1896, 99-118.

New species of insects taken on a trip from the Mesilla



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