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Anthrocnodax constricta n. sp. Economic Entomology 7, 481., 1914.
The Antiquity of Pottery in the Northeast. American Antiquity 27, 583-584. doi:10.2307/277687, 1962.
Ants. Country Gentleman 64, 346., 1898.
Ants Enemies of Cut-Worms. Journal of the New York State Agricultural Society 15, 79-80., 1865.
Ants in a Lawn. Country Gentleman 60, 913., 1895.
Ants in Lawn. Country Gentleman 69, 512., 1904.
Ants in Lawn. Suburban Life 3, 90., 1906.
Ants in Strawberry Beds. Country Gentleman 59, 568., 1894.
Ants on Fig Trees. Country Gentleman 66, 789., 1901.
Ants on Fruit Trees. Country Gentleman 58, 523., 1893.
Ants on Peonies. Country Gentleman 58, 524., 1893.
Aphididae, or Plant Lice. Western New York Horticultural Society Proceedings 32, 85-97., 1887.
Aphids in Greenhouse. Country Gentleman 63, 247., 1898.
Aphis in Wheat. Country Gentleman 42, 779., 1877.
Aplectrum, in: , Magnoliophyta: Liliidae: Liliales And Orchidales. Oxford University Press, New York, New York., 2002.
Aplonyx sacrobati n. sp. Pomona College Journal of Entomology and Zoology 6, 93-94., 1914.
Appalachian Mountain Wilderness, in: , Wilderness: Earth's Last Wild Places. Conservation International, Washington, D.C., 2002.
Appendix 6: Dietary Ecology of Early Peruvians from Huaca Prieta and Paredones: Integrating Stable Isotope and Dental Microwear Texture Analysis, in: , Where The Land Meets The Sea: Fourteen Millennia Of Human Prehistory On The North Coast Of Peru. University of Texas Press, Austin, Texas, pp. 665-673., 2017.
Appendix D. Additions to the Historical and Antiquarian Collection in the State Cabinet of Natural History (By Donation or Purchase) from January 1, 1849, to January 1, 1850. Third Annual Report of the Regents of the University, on the Condition of the State Cabinet of Natural History, and the Historical and Antiquarian Collection, Annexed Thereto 47-60.1850.