. English: Curtis's Botanical Magazine Tab 9405 Aquilegia grata from Karl Maly's sample Dobrun Bosnia 1909 Note: iconography inaccurately assumes to have depicted Aquilegia grata while Aquilegia nikolicii is correct. Erroneously Turrill was sent seeds by Karl Maly tentatively assuming they belong to Aquilegia grata. In reality he depicted Aquilegia nikolicii Niketic & Cikovac. Further reading: Marjan Niketić, Pavle Cikovac, Vladimir Stevanović 2013: Taxonomic and nomenclature notes on Balkan columbines (Aquilegia L., Ranunculaceae). In: Bulletin of the Natural History Museum Belgrade, 6: 33-42
RMMX13D5. English: Curtis's Botanical Magazine Tab 9405 Aquilegia grata from Karl Maly's sample Dobrun Bosnia 1909 Note: iconography inaccurately assumes to have depicted Aquilegia grata while Aquilegia nikolicii is correct. Erroneously Turrill was sent seeds by Karl Maly tentatively assuming they belong to Aquilegia grata. In reality he depicted Aquilegia nikolicii Niketic & Cikovac. Further reading: Marjan Niketić, Pavle Cikovac, Vladimir Stevanović 2013: Taxonomic and nomenclature notes on Balkan columbines (Aquilegia L., Ranunculaceae). In: Bulletin of the Natural History Museum Belgrade, 6: 33-42
'English: Figs. 25 and 26. Andricus palustris form compressus ×2.5.; 17 August 2014, 03:10:53; File:New species and synonymy of American Cynipidæ.pdf; Alfred Kinsey  (1894–1956)          Alternative names  Alfred Charles Kinsey  Description American zoologist and sexologist  Date of birth/death  23 June 1894 25 August 1956  Location of birth/death  Hoboken Bloomington  Authority control  : Q186561 VIAF: 51777372 ISNI: 0000 0001 0857 455X LCCN: n79065235 Open Library: OL6244365A GND: 11877719X WorldCat    creator QS:P170,Q186561  Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History; '
RM2BECA49'English: Figs. 25 and 26. Andricus palustris form compressus ×2.5.; 17 August 2014, 03:10:53; File:New species and synonymy of American Cynipidæ.pdf; Alfred Kinsey  (1894–1956)     Alternative names Alfred Charles Kinsey Description American zoologist and sexologist Date of birth/death 23 June 1894 25 August 1956 Location of birth/death Hoboken Bloomington Authority control : Q186561 VIAF: 51777372 ISNI: 0000 0001 0857 455X LCCN: n79065235 Open Library: OL6244365A GND: 11877719X WorldCat creator QS:P170,Q186561 Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History; '
. Bulletin of the U.S. Department of Agriculture. Agriculture; Agriculture. GARDEN FLEA-HOPPER IN ALFALFA. 17 LIFE fflSTORY AND HABITS. Difficulty was experienced in securing life-history records during the months of June, July, and August, because of excessive heat. Much patience was needed to bring the adults through the months of January and February, the natural hibernating period. To have the specimens under close observation it was necessary to confine them under more or less artificial conditions. The death rate under these conditions was very high. The combined lengths of the egg, nymp
RMRGBM03. Bulletin of the U.S. Department of Agriculture. Agriculture; Agriculture. GARDEN FLEA-HOPPER IN ALFALFA. 17 LIFE fflSTORY AND HABITS. Difficulty was experienced in securing life-history records during the months of June, July, and August, because of excessive heat. Much patience was needed to bring the adults through the months of January and February, the natural hibernating period. To have the specimens under close observation it was necessary to confine them under more or less artificial conditions. The death rate under these conditions was very high. The combined lengths of the egg, nymp
. Mammals of the Mexican boundary of the United States : a descriptive catalogue of the species of mammals occurring in that region; with a general summary of the natural history, and a list of trees . Mammals; Mammals; Trees; Trees; Natural history; Natural history. 2*72 BULLETIN 56, UNITED STATES NATIONAL MUSEUM. U.S.N.M.), killed August 31, 1893, had completed the post-breed- ing coat. An immature female (No. 58901 U.S.N.M.), September 7, 1893, is in complete summer pelage and of a brighter orange-buff than any other in the series. In this specimen the permanent pre- molar is just replacing
RMPG08A0. Mammals of the Mexican boundary of the United States : a descriptive catalogue of the species of mammals occurring in that region; with a general summary of the natural history, and a list of trees . Mammals; Mammals; Trees; Trees; Natural history; Natural history. 2*72 BULLETIN 56, UNITED STATES NATIONAL MUSEUM. U.S.N.M.), killed August 31, 1893, had completed the post-breed- ing coat. An immature female (No. 58901 U.S.N.M.), September 7, 1893, is in complete summer pelage and of a brighter orange-buff than any other in the series. In this specimen the permanent pre- molar is just replacing
. English: Curtis's Botanical Magazine Tab 9405 Aquilegia grata from Karl Maly's sample Dobrun Bosnia 1909 Note: iconography inaccurately assumes to have depicted Aquilegia grata while Aquilegia nikolicii is correct. Erroneously Turrill was sent seeds by Karl Maly tentatively assuming they belong to Aquilegia grata. In reality he depicted Aquilegia nikolicii Niketic & Cikovac. Further reading: Marjan Niketić, Pavle Cikovac, Vladimir Stevanović 2013: Taxonomic and nomenclature notes on Balkan columbines (Aquilegia L., Ranunculaceae). In: Bulletin of the Natural History Museum Belgrade, 6: 33-42
RMMW47P5. English: Curtis's Botanical Magazine Tab 9405 Aquilegia grata from Karl Maly's sample Dobrun Bosnia 1909 Note: iconography inaccurately assumes to have depicted Aquilegia grata while Aquilegia nikolicii is correct. Erroneously Turrill was sent seeds by Karl Maly tentatively assuming they belong to Aquilegia grata. In reality he depicted Aquilegia nikolicii Niketic & Cikovac. Further reading: Marjan Niketić, Pavle Cikovac, Vladimir Stevanović 2013: Taxonomic and nomenclature notes on Balkan columbines (Aquilegia L., Ranunculaceae). In: Bulletin of the Natural History Museum Belgrade, 6: 33-42
. Bulletin of the U.S. Department of Agriculture. Agriculture; Agriculture. J^^^^^u BULLETIN No. 377 Contribution from the Bureau of Entomology L. O. HOWARD, Chief. ^"/^^»-ru Washington, D. C. PROFESSIONAL PAPER August 18, 1916 THE ARGENTINE ANT:^ DISTRIBUTION AND CON- TROL IN THE UNITED STATES. By Eenest R. Babbee, Scientiflc Assistant, Southern Field Crop Insect Investi- gations. CONTENTS. Page. Present known distribution in the Southern States Dispersion Economic importance Habits Life history Natural control Repression 6 7 9 10 INTRODUCTION. The Argentine ant ^ is one of the most ser
RMRGC7J8. Bulletin of the U.S. Department of Agriculture. Agriculture; Agriculture. J^^^^^u BULLETIN No. 377 Contribution from the Bureau of Entomology L. O. HOWARD, Chief. ^"/^^»-ru Washington, D. C. PROFESSIONAL PAPER August 18, 1916 THE ARGENTINE ANT:^ DISTRIBUTION AND CON- TROL IN THE UNITED STATES. By Eenest R. Babbee, Scientiflc Assistant, Southern Field Crop Insect Investi- gations. CONTENTS. Page. Present known distribution in the Southern States Dispersion Economic importance Habits Life history Natural control Repression 6 7 9 10 INTRODUCTION. The Argentine ant ^ is one of the most ser
. English: Curtis's Botanical Magazine Tab 9405 Aquilegia grata from Karl Maly's sample Dobrun Bosnia 1909 Note: iconography inaccurately assumes to have depicted Aquilegia grata while Aquilegia nikolicii is correct. Erroneously Turrill was sent seeds by Karl Maly tentatively assuming they belong to Aquilegia grata. In reality he depicted Aquilegia nikolicii Niketic & Cikovac. Further reading: Marjan Niketić, Pavle Cikovac, Vladimir Stevanović 2013: Taxonomic and nomenclature notes on Balkan columbines (Aquilegia L., Ranunculaceae). In: Bulletin of the Natural History Museum Belgrade, 6: 33-42
RMMY6A1D. English: Curtis's Botanical Magazine Tab 9405 Aquilegia grata from Karl Maly's sample Dobrun Bosnia 1909 Note: iconography inaccurately assumes to have depicted Aquilegia grata while Aquilegia nikolicii is correct. Erroneously Turrill was sent seeds by Karl Maly tentatively assuming they belong to Aquilegia grata. In reality he depicted Aquilegia nikolicii Niketic & Cikovac. Further reading: Marjan Niketić, Pavle Cikovac, Vladimir Stevanović 2013: Taxonomic and nomenclature notes on Balkan columbines (Aquilegia L., Ranunculaceae). In: Bulletin of the Natural History Museum Belgrade, 6: 33-42
. Bulletin. Agriculture -- New Hampshire. THE GYPSY MOTH. 85. Fig. 2.—Egg masses of Gj'psj- Moth on bits of bark cut from tree trunk, natural size. LIFE HISTORY. Like all insects of its class, the gypsy moth passes through four different stages during its life history. The Egg.— (Figure 2.) The eggs are laid in July and August, in a mass of 400 to 500, covered with yellovish hairs from the body of the female. The individual mass is of an irregular oval shape, one and one-half by three-fourths inches, as shown natural size in Figure 2, and is usually deposited on the bark of trees, but where a
RMRH100G. Bulletin. Agriculture -- New Hampshire. THE GYPSY MOTH. 85. Fig. 2.—Egg masses of Gj'psj- Moth on bits of bark cut from tree trunk, natural size. LIFE HISTORY. Like all insects of its class, the gypsy moth passes through four different stages during its life history. The Egg.— (Figure 2.) The eggs are laid in July and August, in a mass of 400 to 500, covered with yellovish hairs from the body of the female. The individual mass is of an irregular oval shape, one and one-half by three-fourths inches, as shown natural size in Figure 2, and is usually deposited on the bark of trees, but where a
. Bulletin of the U.S. Department of Agriculture. Agriculture; Agriculture. Washington, D. C. August 14,1915 FLEAS By F. C. BISHOPP, Entomological Assistant, Southern Field Crop Insect Investigations CONTENTS Page. Introduction 1 Hosts of Fleas 2 Biting Habits . 3 Life History 4 Length of Life of the Adult 7 Breeding Places 8 Factors Influencing Flea Abundance . 9 The Jumping of Fleas and Other Means of Spread 10 Fleas as Carriers of Disease 11 Fleas as Parasites of Man and Animals . 16 Natural Control 22 Artificial Control 23 Remedies for Bites 31. WASHINGTON GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 1915.
RMRGBC2W. Bulletin of the U.S. Department of Agriculture. Agriculture; Agriculture. Washington, D. C. August 14,1915 FLEAS By F. C. BISHOPP, Entomological Assistant, Southern Field Crop Insect Investigations CONTENTS Page. Introduction 1 Hosts of Fleas 2 Biting Habits . 3 Life History 4 Length of Life of the Adult 7 Breeding Places 8 Factors Influencing Flea Abundance . 9 The Jumping of Fleas and Other Means of Spread 10 Fleas as Carriers of Disease 11 Fleas as Parasites of Man and Animals . 16 Natural Control 22 Artificial Control 23 Remedies for Bites 31. WASHINGTON GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 1915.
. Bulletin. Agriculture -- New Hampshire. 11-J THE GIPSY MOTH. Life History. Like all insects of its class, the gipsy moth passes through four different stages during its life history. The Egg.— (Figure 4.) The eggs are laid in July and August, in a mass of 400 to 500, covered with yellowish hairs from the body of the female. The individual mass is of an irregular oval shape, one and one-half by three- fourths inches, as shown natural size in Figure 2, and is usually deposited on the bark of trees, but where abundant on fences, stones, buildings, etc. The eggs of two spe- cies of our common tu
RMRH0XG3. Bulletin. Agriculture -- New Hampshire. 11-J THE GIPSY MOTH. Life History. Like all insects of its class, the gipsy moth passes through four different stages during its life history. The Egg.— (Figure 4.) The eggs are laid in July and August, in a mass of 400 to 500, covered with yellowish hairs from the body of the female. The individual mass is of an irregular oval shape, one and one-half by three- fourths inches, as shown natural size in Figure 2, and is usually deposited on the bark of trees, but where abundant on fences, stones, buildings, etc. The eggs of two spe- cies of our common tu
. Bulletin of the U.S. Department of Agriculture. Agriculture. BULLETIN No. 377 I ( jBg? Contribution from the Bureau of Entomology *^J JWWi. L. O. HOWARD, Chief J&P'^&U. Washington, D. C. PROFESSIONAL PAPER August 18, 1916 THE ARGENTINE ANT:1 DISTRIBUTION AND CON- TROL IN THE UNITED STATES. By Eknest R. Barbee, Scientific Assistant, Southern Field Crop Insect Investi- gations. CONTENTS. Page. Present known distribution in the Southern States 2 Dispersion 3 Economic importance 5 Page. Habits , 6 Life history 7 Natural control 9 Repression 10 INTRODUCTION. The Argentine ant2 is one of t
RMRGA4Y4. Bulletin of the U.S. Department of Agriculture. Agriculture. BULLETIN No. 377 I ( jBg? Contribution from the Bureau of Entomology *^J JWWi. L. O. HOWARD, Chief J&P'^&U. Washington, D. C. PROFESSIONAL PAPER August 18, 1916 THE ARGENTINE ANT:1 DISTRIBUTION AND CON- TROL IN THE UNITED STATES. By Eknest R. Barbee, Scientific Assistant, Southern Field Crop Insect Investi- gations. CONTENTS. Page. Present known distribution in the Southern States 2 Dispersion 3 Economic importance 5 Page. Habits , 6 Life history 7 Natural control 9 Repression 10 INTRODUCTION. The Argentine ant2 is one of t
. Bulletin of the U.S. Department of Agriculture. Agriculture; Agriculture. BULLETIN No. 966 Contribution from the Bureau of Entomology L. O. HOWARD, Chief. ^^Jf-'^^U Washington, D.C. PROFESSIONAL PAPER August 25, 1921 THE EUROPEAN HORSE-RADISH WEBWORM/ By F. H. Chittendkn, . IJnloiiiologist in Charge, Truck-Crop Insect Invcstiyationn. CONTENTS. Page. Introduction 1 Description i; Distribution 4 Notes on oecurreucc and habits 5 History in North America S Page. Food plants .- 8 Natural enemies 0 Control 9 Summary 9 Literature cited 10 INTRODUCTION. Horse-radish grown in the northern United Stat
RMRGBKA9. Bulletin of the U.S. Department of Agriculture. Agriculture; Agriculture. BULLETIN No. 966 Contribution from the Bureau of Entomology L. O. HOWARD, Chief. ^^Jf-'^^U Washington, D.C. PROFESSIONAL PAPER August 25, 1921 THE EUROPEAN HORSE-RADISH WEBWORM/ By F. H. Chittendkn, . IJnloiiiologist in Charge, Truck-Crop Insect Invcstiyationn. CONTENTS. Page. Introduction 1 Description i; Distribution 4 Notes on oecurreucc and habits 5 History in North America S Page. Food plants .- 8 Natural enemies 0 Control 9 Summary 9 Literature cited 10 INTRODUCTION. Horse-radish grown in the northern United Stat
. Bulletin. Natural history; Natural history. lJi I ILLINOIS S'aitii.ara.1 History BULLETIN S"u.i:»"vey. Larvae of the Sericothripini (Thysanoptera: Thripidae), with Reference to Other Larvae of the Terebrantia, of Illinois imas C. Vance ". OF ILLINOIS iPVRTMENT OF REGISTRATION AND EDUCATION ^'URAL HISTORY SURVEY DIVISION tANA, ILLINOIS rHE UBRftRY OF. THE OCT 11974 JNi.crtsHY Oh IU-INOIS AT URBANA-CHAMPAIGH VOLUME 31, ARTICLE 5 AUGUST, 1974. Please note that these images are extracted from scanned page images that may have been digitally enhanced for readability - coloration a
RMRGWDWB. Bulletin. Natural history; Natural history. lJi I ILLINOIS S'aitii.ara.1 History BULLETIN S"u.i:»"vey. Larvae of the Sericothripini (Thysanoptera: Thripidae), with Reference to Other Larvae of the Terebrantia, of Illinois imas C. Vance ". OF ILLINOIS iPVRTMENT OF REGISTRATION AND EDUCATION ^'URAL HISTORY SURVEY DIVISION tANA, ILLINOIS rHE UBRftRY OF. THE OCT 11974 JNi.crtsHY Oh IU-INOIS AT URBANA-CHAMPAIGH VOLUME 31, ARTICLE 5 AUGUST, 1974. Please note that these images are extracted from scanned page images that may have been digitally enhanced for readability - coloration a