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14. DUCES, ALFREDO.
La Naturaleza, Mexico City, Mexico.

15. EMERTON, JAMES H.
Psyche, Cambridge, Mass.

1. An Internal Dipterous Parasite of Spiders, v, 404, 1890.

16. FYLES, T. W.
Canadian Entomologist, London, Ontario.

1. Description of a Dipterous Parasite of Phylloxera vastatrix, xiv, 237-
239, 1882; xv, 84, 1883.

17. GIGLIO-TOS, ERMANNO.

BOLLETTINO DEI MUSEI DI ZOOLOGIA ED AnATOMIA COMPARATA DELLA

Reale Universita DI Torino, Turin, Italy.

1. Nuove Specie di' Ditteri del Mus. Zool. di Torino, vi,No. 192, 1892.

2. Nuove Specie di Ditteri del Mus. Zool. di Torino, vi. No. 84, 1890.



XL BIBLIOGRAPHY.

3. Diagnosi di quattro nuovi Generi di Ditteri, vi, No. 108, 1891.

4. Un nuovo Genere di Sirfidi. vii, No. 117, 1892.

5. Sui due Generi di Sirfidi Rhopalosyrphus ed Omegasyrphus, vii. No.

118, March, 1892.

6. Diagnosi di nuove specie di Ditteri, vii. No. 123, June, 1892.

7. Diagnosi di nuove specie di Ditteri, vii. No. 132, Oct. 1892.

8. Diagnosi di nuove generi ed di nuove specie di Ditteri, viii. No. 147,

158, 1893.

9. Diagnosi di nuove genere ed di nuove specie di Ditteri, viii, 158, 1893-

10. Nuove specie di Ditteri del Museo Zoologico di Torino, vi. No. 102.

MeMORIE BELLA ACADEMIA BELLA SciENZIE DI ToRIJfO, TuRIN, ItALT.

11. Ditteri del Messico, Parte I, Stratiomyida?, Syprhidas, (2), xliii, 99-

168 (1-70), xl. i, 1892; Parte II, Syrphidse, Pipunculidae, Conopidia?,
(2), xliii, 35-398, pi. 1893 ; Parte III, Muscidae Calyptratae, (2), xliv,
1-76, pi. 1894, Parte IV, Muscidae Caliptrate, Muscinae, Anthomyinffi,
Muscidae Acalyptratae, Scatophaginse, Helomyzinse, Tetanocerinse,
Ortalininae, Ulidinae, Sapromyzinae, Trypetinae, Sepsinae, Tanypezinas,
Psilinae, Chloropinae, Ephydrinae, Drosophilinae, (2), xlv, 1-74, pi.
1895.

18. GILLETTE, C. P.

Psyche, Cambridge, Mass.

1. A New Cecidomyid infesting Box Elder, v, 392, 393, fig. 1890.

19. HAGEN, HERMANN A.
Boston Society or Natural History, Boston, Mass.

1. New species of Simulium, with a remarkable Nympha Case, xxx,

355-307, 1879.
Canadian Entomologist, London, Ontario.

2. The typical Collections of the Diptera of North America in the Mu-

seum of Cambridge, Mass. xi, 132-133, 1879.

3. List of North American Anthomyidae examined by R. H. Meade, Esq.,

Bradford, England, xiii, 146-150, 1881.

4. List of North American Sarcophagidae examined by R. H. Meade,

Esq., Bradford, England, xiii, 43-51, 1881.

5. On Simulium, xiii, 150-151, 1881.

6. Entomological Notes, xiii, 37, 1881.

7. Coelopa frigida, xvi, 140, 1886.

8. On Cecidomyia liriodendri, xviii, 159, 100, 1886.

20. HART, CHARLES A.
Bulletin of Illinos State Lab. of Natural History, Urbana, III.
1. On the Entomology of the Illinois River and adjacent waters. First
Paper, Diptera, 184-270; pis. v-xiv, 1895.



BIBLIOGRAPHY. XLI

21. HOOD, LEWIS E.

Psyche, Cambridge, Mass.

1. The Leptidae and Bombylidse from the White Mountains, vi, 283-284,
1892.

22. HOPKINS, A. D.
Proceedings of the Entomological Society, Washington, D. C.

1. Notes on the Habits of certain Mycetophilids, with Descriptions of
Epidapus scabei, n. sp. iii, 149-159, 1895.

23. HOWARD, L. 0.
Insect Life, Washington, D. C.

1. Notes on a Simulium common at Ithaca, N. Y. i, 99-101, figs. 1888.

2. The Beet-leaf (Pegomyia vicina Lintn.) viii, 379-381, figs. 1895.

24. JOHNSON, CHARLES W.
Transactions American Entomological Society, Philadelphia, Penn.

1. A Review of the Stratiomyise and Odontomyise of North America,

xxii, 227-278, pis. iii, iv, 1895.

Proceedings Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia, Penn.

2. Diptera of Florida, with Additional Descriptions of New Genera and

Species by D. W. Coquillett, 1895, 303-340.

3. List of Diptera of Jamaica with Descriptions of New Species, 1894,

271-281.

25. KARSCH, FERDINAND.

Zeitschrift der Berliner Entomologischen Gesellschaft, Berlin,
Germany.
1. Die Spaltung der Dipteren-Gattung Systropus Wiedemann, 654-658,
1881.

26. KEENE, EUGENE.
Canadian Entomologist, London, Ontario.

1. Sphyracephala brevicornis, xv, 200, 1883.

2. List of SyrphidsB taken in Fairmomit Park, Philadelphia, Pa., during

the summer of 1884, xvi, 145-147, 1884.

3. List of Diptera taken in the Vicinity of Philadelphia, from 1882 to

1884, inclusive, xvii, 51-55, 1885.

27. LINTNER, JOSEPH.
Reports of the State Entomologist to the Regents op the Univer-
sity OF the State of New York, Albany, N. Y.

1. First Report, 168-227, 1882.

2. Second Report, 111-125, 1885.

E



XLII BIBLIOGRAPHY.

3. Fourth Report, 60-80, 1888.

4. Fifth Report, 220-227, 1889.

5. Sixth Report, 111-116, 1890.

6. Seventh Report, 228, 245, 307-309, 332, 1891.

7. Eighth Report, 140-151, 172, 192-196, 1893.

8. Nintli Report, 309-314, 1893.

Annual Report, New York State Agricultural Society, Albany.

9. Insects of the Clover Plant, 1880.

Canadian Entomologist, London, Ontario.
10. On Cec'idomyia leguminicula, n. sp. xi, 44, 121, 122, 1879.

28. LOEW, HERMAN.
Verhandlungen der Zoologische-botanischen Gessellschaft zu
WiEN, Vienna, Aust.
1. Table for Determining the North American Species of the Genus
Pachyrhina, 1879, 513-516.

29. LYNCH, ARRIBALZAGA ENRIQUE.
Boletin de la Academia Nacional de Ciencias de Cordoba, Buenos
Aires, Argentina.
1. Catalago de los Dipteros hasta ahora descritos que se encuentan en
las Republicas del Rio de la Plata, 1883, 119-152.

30. LYNCH, ARRIBALZAGA FELIX.
Revista del Museo de la Plata, Buenos Aires, Argentina.

1. Dipterologia Argentina, Culicidae, i, 345-417, pis. i-iv, 1891.

AnALES de la SoCIEDAD ClENTIFICA ARGENTINA, BuENOS AlRES, ArG.

2. Dipterologia Argentina, Syrphidse, xxxii, 80-99, 118-131, 194-202,

248-314, xxxiii, 51-58, 111-121, 188-199, 237-253, 33-46, 173-192,
242-270, 91, 1891.

3. El Genero Sapromyza en America, xxxiv, 253, 301, 1893.

Boletin de la Academia Nacional de Ciencias, Buenos Aires, Arg.

4. Dipterologia Argentina, Mycetophilidae, xii, 377, 436, 471-483, 1892.

31. MARLATT, C. M.
Insect Life, Washington, D. C.

1. The Xanthium Trypeta (Trypeta aequalis Loew), iii, 312-313, 1891.

32. MARTEN, JOHN.
Psyche, Cambridge, Mass.

1. Description of Asphondylia helianthi-globulus, v, 102-103, 1888.

Canadian Entomologist, London, Ontario.

2. New Tabanidffi, xv, 110-112, 1883.



BIBLIOGRAPHY. XLIII

Bulletin op the Ohio Agricultural Experiment Station, Technical
Series, Norwalk, Ohio.
3. Description of a new species of Gall-making Diptera, i, 155, 156,1893.

33. MIK, JOSEF.
Verhandlungen der Zoologisch-botanischen Gesellschapt zu Wien,
Vienna, Austria.

1. Hypocharassus gladiator, eine neue Dolichopen-Art aus Nordamerika,

617-632, pi. X, 1878.

2. Dipterologische Bemerkungen, 182, 192, 1893.

3. Ueber die Artrechte von Trochobola caesarae 0. S. and Crytopogen

Meyer-Duerii Mik.
Wiener Entomologische Zeitung, Vienna, Austria.

4. Dipterologische Miscellen, v, 276-279, 1886; 5, x, 1-5,- 1891; 6, xi, 55,

56, 1892; 7, xiii, 22, 23, 1894; 8, xiii, 161, 1894.
9. Ueber Tachiniden deren drittes Euehlerglied gespalten ist, xiv, 101-

103, 1895.
10. Bemerkungen zu den Dipteren Gattungen Pelecocera Macq. und
Rhopalomyia Wied. xiv, 133-135, 1895.

34. OSTRN SACKEN, CHARLES R.
Berliner Entomologische Zeitschkift, Berlin, Germany.

1. On Professor Bauer's paper: Versuch einer Characteristik der Gat-

tungen der Notacanthen, xxvi, 363-380, 1892.

2. On the Genus Apiocera, xxvii, 287-294, 1893.

3. Synonymica concerning exotic Dipterology, xxvii, 295-298, 1883.

4. A Singular North American Ely, xxvii, 299, 300, 1883.

5. Correction to my article on Apiocera, xxx, 139, 1886.

6. Studies on Tipulidae, Part I, Tipulidae longipalpi, xxx, 153-188, 1886.

7. Studies on Tipulidae, Part II, Tipulidae brevipalpi, xxxi, 183-242, 1887.

8. Hilarimorpha Schiner is a Leptid, xxxv, 303, 304, 1890.

9. Synopsis of the Described genera and a species of the Blepharoceridse,

xxxvi, 407-412, 1891.

10. Second notice on the Apiocerina, xxxvi, 311-316, 1891.

11. Additions and Corrections to the Catalogue of the Described Spe-

cies of South American Asilidae, by S. W. Williston, in the Trans.
Ent. Soc, vol. xviii, 1891, xxxvi, 417-428, 1891.

12. Rejoinder to Professor Brauer's Thatsachliche Berichtigung, etc., in

the Berl. Entom. Zeitschrift, p. 487-489, 1892; xxxviii, 378, 379, '93.

13. Two critical remarks about the recently published third part of the

Muscaria Schizometopa of M. Brauer and Bergenstamm ; also a no-
tice of Robineau-Desvoidy, xxxviii, 380-386, 1893.

14. On the character of the three divisions of Diptera, Nemocera vera,

Nemocera anomala and Eremochaeta, xxxvii, 417-466.



XLIV BIBLIOGRAPHY.

15. Synonymica about Tipulidae, xxxiv, 249-263, 1894.

16. On the atavic index characters with some remarks about the classifi-

cation of the Diptera, xxxix, 69-76, 1894.

17. Eristalis tentax in Chinese and Japanese literature, xl, 142-147, 1894.

18. Contributions to the study of the Liponeuridae (Blepharoceridae Loew,

olim), xl, 148-169, 1894.

19. Midas or Mydas, a contribution to entomological nomenclature, xl,

346-350, 1895.

20. Supplement to my recent paper on Liponeuridae, xl, 351-355, 1895.

J. Herning, Heidelberg, Germany (R. H. Porter, 18 Prince's Street,
London, England).

21. On the Oxen-born Bees of the Ancients (Bugonia) and their relation

to Eristalis tentax, a two-winged insect. Enlarged edition of the
Essay, on the so-called Bugonia of the Ancients, etc., published in
the Bullet. Soc. Ent. Ital. 1893. 99. i-xiv, 1-80, 1894.

22. Additional Notes of the Bugonia-lore of the Ancients, pp. 1-23, 1895.

BULLETINO DELLA SoCIETA EnTOMOLOGICA ItALIANA, ElORENCE, ItALT.

23. On the so-called Bugonia of the Ancients, and its relation to Eristalis

tentax, a two-winged insect, xxv, 186-277; Separatum, pp. 1-34, with
Corrigenda, 1893.

Entomologist's Monthly Magazine, London, England.

24. Explanatory Notice of my views of the Sub-orders of Diptera (2),

iv, 149-151, 1893.
Canadian Entomologist, London, Ontario.

25. Some North American Tachinidse, xix, 161-166, 1887.

Psyche, Cambridge, Mass.

26. Western Pediciae, Bittacomorphffi and Trichocerae, vii, 229-231, 1895.

BlOLOGIA CeNTRALI AMERICANA, LONDON, ENGLAND.

27. Diptera, vol. i, 1-216, pis. i-iii, 1886, 1887.

Transactions of the Entomological Society of London, Eng.

28. Facts concerning the importation or non-importation of Diptera in

foreign countries, 489-496, 1884.
Insect Life, Washington, D. C.

29. On Hasmatobia serrata, ii, 191, 1889.

35. RILEY, CHARLES VALENTINE.
Canadian Entomologist, London, Ontario.

1. Parasites of the Cotton Worm, xi, 161, 162, 1879.

2. Dipterous Enemies of Phylloxera vastatrix, xv, 39, 1893.
United States Agricultural Report, Washington, D. C.

3. Report for 1884, 322.

4. Report for 1886, 512, 513.

5. Report for 1895.



BIBLIOGRAPHY. XLV

Insect Life, Washington, D. C.

6. The Morelos Orange Fruit Worm, i, 45-47, figs. 1888.

7. Tlie Ox Bot in tlie United States, iv, 302-317, figs. 1891.

36. RILEY, CHARLES V. and HOWARD, LELAND O.
Insect Life, Washington, D. C.

1. On the emasculating Bot-fly, i, 215, 216, 1889.

2. The Texas Heel-fly, i, 318, 319, 1889.

3. Hermetia mucens (sic. ) infesting Bee-hives, i, 353, 354, 1889.

4. Lestophonus or Cryptochoetum, ii, 91, 1889.

5. The Horn-fly, ii, 43, 104, figs. 1889.

6. Tlie Tulip tree Leaf Gall-fly, ii, 362, 363, 1890.

7. The true male of Pocota grandis, iv, 86, 1891.

37. ROEDER, VICTOR VON.
Entomologische Nachrichten, Berlin, Germany.

1. Ueber die Zuzammengehoerigkeit der beiden Arten der Gattung

Sphecomyia Latreille, 1889, 96-98.

2. Ueber drei neue Gattungen der Notacanthen, xii, 137-140, 1886.

Stettiner Entomologische Zeitung, Stettin, Germany.

3. Dipteren von der Insel Portorico, 1885, 337-349.

Wiener Entomologische Zeitung, Vienna, Austria.

4. Ueber die Nordamerikanischen Lomatina von Mr. Coquillett in dem

"Canadian Entomologist," v, 263-265, 1886.

5. Asyndulum montanum, n. spec, vi, 116, 1887.

6. Ueber eine neue Art der Gattung Gnoriste Mg. vi, 155-156, 1887.

7. Ueber die Dipteren-Gattung, Stylogaster Mcq. xi, 286-288, 1892.

8. Ueber Trypeta amabilis Loew, xiii, 97-100, 1894.

9. Ueber Mydas fulvipes Walsh, xiii, 169, 170, 1894.

10. Ueber Myopa clausa Lw. viii, 5, 1889.

11. Ueber Tachina florum Walk, viii, 4, 1889.

12. Zwei neue nordamerikanische Dipteren, ix, 230-232, 1890.

Berliner Entomologische Zeitschrift, Berlin, Germany.

13. Dipterologische Notizen, xxv, 210-216.

Published by Author.

14. Aus der Isis Von Oken, 1, 1888.

38. RUEBSAMEN, E. H.

Berliner Entomologische Zeitschrift, Berlin, Germany.

1. Die Aussereuropgeische Trauermuecken des koeniglichen Museums
fuer Naturkunde zu Berlin, xxxix, 17-42; pis. i, ii, 1894.



XLVI BIBLIOGRAPHY.

39. SCUDDER, SAMUEL HUBBARD. (Fossil Diptera.)
Report of the Geological Survey of Canada, Ottawa, Canada.

1. The Insects of the Tertiary Beds at Quesnel, Report for 1875-76, 266-

280, 1877.

2. Additions to the Insect Fauna of the Tertiary Beds at Quesnel, Re-

port for 1876-77, 457-464, 1878.

3. The Fossil Insects collected in 1877 by Mr. G. M. Dawso, in the inte-

rior of British Columbia, Report for 1877-78, 176-187, 1879.

Bulletin of the United States Geological and Geographical Sur-
vey OF THE Territories, Washington, D. C.

4. The first discovered traces of fossil insects in the American Tertiaries,

iii, 741-762, 1877.

5. An account of some insects of unusual interest from the Tertiary

rocks of Colorado and Wyoming, iv, 519-545, 1878.

6. The fossil insects of the Green River shales, iv, 747-776, 1878.

7. The Tertiary lake basin at Florissant, Colorado, between South and

Hayden Parks, vi, 279-300, map, 1878.

Bulletin of the United States Geological Survey, Washington, D.C.

8. Systematic Review of our present knowledge of fossil insects. Bul-

letin 31, Diptera, 85-94, 1886.

9. Index to the known fossil insects of the world, including Myriopods

and Arachnids, Bulletin 71, Diptera, 221-227, 595-671, 1891.

10. Some insects of special interest from Florissant, Colorado, and other

points in the Tertiaries of Colorado and Utah, Bulletin 93, 35 pp. 3
pis. 1892.

Bulletin of the United States National Museum, Washington, D. C,

11. Nomenclator Zoologicus, Bulletin 19, Supplemental List, 1-376, Uni-

versal Index, 1-340, 1882.

Zittel's Handbuch der Paleontologie, Munich, Germany.

12. Systematische Uebersicht der fossilen Myriopoden, Arachnoidea und

Insekten, 1 Abtheil, ii, 721-831, figs. 1885.

Reports of the United States Geological Survey of the Territories
Washington, D. C.

13. The Tertiary Insects of North America, vol. xiii, 734, pp. 28 pis. 40,

1890.

Proceedings of American Philosophical Society, Philadelphia, Pa.

14. Tertiar}' Tipulida^, with special reference to those of Florissant, Col-

orado, xxii, 163-245, pis. i-ix, 1894.

Annual Report United States Geological and Geographical Survey
OF THE Territories, Washington, D. C.

15. (Reprint but little changed of No. 7) 12th Rep. 271-293, 1883.



BIBLIOGRAPHY. XLVII

40. SMITH, JOHN B.
Transactions American Entomological Society, Philadelphia, Pa.
1. A contribution toward a knowledge of the mouth-parts of the Diptera

xxii, 319-339, 1890.

41. SNOW, WILLIAM APPLETON.
Kansas University Quarterly, Lawrence, Kansas.

1. Notes and Descriptions of Syrphidas, i, 33-38, pi. 1892.

2. Descriptions of North American Trypetidse, with Notes, ii, 159-174,

pis. vi, vii, 1894.

3. American Platypezidge, iii, 143-152, pi 1894.

4. American Platypezidae, Second Paper, iii, 205-207, 1895.

5. Diptera of Colorado and New Mexico, iii, 225-247, 1895.

6. Supplementary List of North American Syrphidge, iii, 249-262, 1895.

7. Cnephalia and its Allies, iii, 178-186, 1895.

8. A New Species of Pelecocera, iii, 187, 1895.

9. On Toxotrypana of Gerstaecker, iv, p. 117, 1895.

Canadian Entomologist, London, Ontario.
10. The Moose Ely, A new Haematobia, xxiii, 87-89, 1891.

42. SLOSSON, ANNIE TRUMBULL.
Entomological News, Philadelphia, Penn.

1. List of Insects taken in the Alpine Region of Mt. Washington, v, 6,

1894.

2. Additional List of Insects taken in the Alpine Region of Mt. Wash-

ington, vi, 6, 319-320, 1895.

3. Mesogramma politum, i, 5, ii, 115.

43. SCHWARTZ, E. A.
Insect Life, Washington, D. C.

1. The Hippelates Plague in Florida, vii, 379, figs. 1895.

44. TOWNSEND, C. H. TYLER.
Psyche, Cambridge, Mass.

1. Two New Tachinidae, vi, 83-85, 1891.

2. A New Simulium from Southern New Mexico, vi, 106, 107, 1892.

3. A Parasite of the Fall Web-worm, vi, 176, 177, 1892.

4. A Tachinid Parasite of the Oak Unicorn Prominent, vi, 187, 188, 1891.

5. A New Genus of Tachinidae, vi, 247, 248, 1892.

6. Description of a Sarcophagid bred from Helix, vi, 220, 221, 1892.

7. Tachinid Parasite of Eucetervia variaria Grote, and other Notes, vi,

258, 259, 1892.

8. An Aporia bred from Limacodes sp. vi, 275, 276, 1892.

9. An Interesting Blood-sucking Gnat of the Family Chironomidae, \i,

369-372, pi. viil, 1893.



XLVIII BIBLIOGRArHY.

10. Description of a new and interesting Phasiid-like Genus of Tachinidae,

s. str. vi, 429, 430, 1893.

11. Note on Atropharista juriniodes Towns, vi, 461, 1893.

12. A Cabbage-like Cecidomyidous Gall on Biglovia, vi, 491, 1893.

13. Hosts of North American Tachinidae, vi, 466-468, 1893.

Canadian Ento3iologist, London, Ontario.

14. Description of a Muscid bred from Swine-dung, with Notes on two

Muscid Genera, xxiii, 152-155, 1891.

15. A Tachinid bred from a Chrysalis, xxiii, 206, 207, 1891.

16. Notes on North American Tachinidae, with Descriptions of New Gen-

era and Species, Paper V, xxiv, 64-70, 77-82, 1892.

17. A Sarcophagid Parasite of Cimbex americana, xxiv, 126, 127, 1892.

18. Notes on North American Tachinidae, with Descriptions of New Gen-

era and Species, Paper VI, xxiv, 165-172, 1892.

19. A Preliminary Grouping of the Described Species of Sapromyza of

North America, with one New Species, xxiv, 301-304, 1892.

20. A Trypetid bred from Galls of Biglovia, xxv, 48-52, 1893.

21. Comments on Mr. van der Wulp's Diagnoses of New Species of Mex-

ican Phasiidae, Gymnosomatidae, Ocypteridae, and Phaniidae, xxv,
165-168, 1893.

22. A very Remarkable and Anomalous Syrphid with Peculiarly Devel-

oped Hind Tarsi, xxvi, 50-52, 1894.

23. Note on the Proposed New Genus Calotarsa, xxvi, 102, 1894.

Entomological News, Philadelphia, Penn.

24. New North American Tachinidae, iii, 80-81, 129-131, 1892.

25. Notes on North American Tachinidae, sens. str. with Descriptions of

New Genera and Species, Paper IV,

26. An Exorista Parasite of Lagoa opercularis, iii, 159, 160, 1891.

27. A Tachinid Parasite on Chrysophanes dione, Exorista chrysophanas,

n. sp. ii, 197, 198, 1891.

28. A Remarkable New Hippoboscid from Mexico, ii, 105, 106, 1891.

29. New Jamaica Tachinidoe, I, iii, 146, 147, 1892.

30. Note on Trichobius dugesii Towns, iii, 177, 178, 1892.

31. On the So-called Throat Bot, iii, 227, 228, 1892.

32. Some Deformities in the Abdominal Segments of Tachinidae, iii. 166,

167, 1892.

33. On the Geographical Range and Distribution of the Genus Trichopo-

da, iv, 69-71, 1893.

Transactions American Entomological Society, Philadelphia, Penn.

34. Notes on North American Tachinidae, sens. str. with Descriptions of

New Genera and Species, Paper II, 349-382, 1892; Paper III ; xxix,
88-132, 1892.



BIBLIOGRAPHY. XLIX

35. The North American Genera of Calyptrate Muscidae, Paper II, xix,

133-160; Paper III, 273-278; Paper IV, 279-284; Paper V, 290-294,
1892.

36. Notes on North American Tachinidae, with Descriptions of New Spe-

cies, Paper VII, xix, 284-289, 1892.

37. The North American Genera of Nemocerous Diptera, xix, 144-160,

1892.

38. Contributions to the Dipterology of North America, I, Syrphidae, xxii,

33-55; II, Tabanidae, Conopidae, Tachinidae, etc.,, 55-80, 1895.

39. On a Species of Simulium from the Grand Canon of the Colorado,

xix, 45-48, 1893.

Transactions of the Kansas Academy of Science, Topeka, Kansas.

40. On the Horseflies of New Mexico and Arizona, 133-135, 1894.

41. Note on a Peculiar Acalyptrate Muscid found near Turkey Tanks,

Ariz. 135, 136, 1894.

Annals of the New York Academy of Science, New York City.

42. Catalogue of the Described South American Species of Calyptrate

Muscidse, vii, 1-44, 1892.

Insect Life, Washington, D. C.

43. Further notes on the Cotton-tail Bot, with the breeding and identifi-

cation of the Fly.

44. Some Michigan Notes Recorded, ii, 42-44, 1889.

45. Laphria canis Will, ii, 162, 1889.

Technical Bulletin, Ohio Experiment Station, Norwalk, Ohio.

46. A Tachinid reared from the cells of a mud-dauber Wasp, i, 1893.

ZoE, San Francisco, Cal.

47. A New Trypetid from Chacaltianguis, Mexico, with Note on Hexa-

chaeta amabilis Loew, iv, 13-16, 1893.

Proceedings of California Academy of Science, San Francisco, Cal.

48. On the Diptera of Baja, California, including a few from the adjacent

regions of California and Mexico (2), iv, 593-62, 1893.

Journal of the New York Entomological Society, New York City.

49. A Nycteribid from a New Mexico Bat, i, 79-80, 1893.

50. Some New Santo Domingo Tachinidae, ii, 78-79, 1894.

Journal Jamaica Institute, Jamaica, West Indies.

51. A Tachinid bred from a larva of Protoparce jamaiccncis Butler, in

Jamaica.

52. A scorpion Parasite, Dec. 1892.

53. Notes on some Jamaica Muscidae, with brief anonymous descriptions

of doubtful forms.

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L BIBLIOGRAPHY.

54. Oecacta furens in Jamaica.

55. A bot-like parasite of a bird.

Proceedings op the Entomological Society of Washington, D. C.

56. Notes on Certain Cecidomyidous Galls on Cornus, ii, 390, 391, 1893.

57. The North American Genera of Calyptrate Muscidae, Paper I, ii, 89-

100, 1891.

58. Notes on North American Tachinidae, sens, lat., with Descriptions of

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