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Glasgow, R.D., 1933. The Eastern Tent Caterpillar, Malacosoma americana, Abundant in Eastern New York. U.S. Department of Agriculture, Bureau of Entomology Insect Pest Survey Bulletin 13, 115.
Clarke, J.M., 1914. The Eastman-Zittell Paleontology. Science 39, 723-725.
Gilotti, J.A., 1994. Eclogites and Related High-pressure Rocks from North-east Greenland, in: Higgins, A.K. (Ed.), Geology Of North-East Greenland. Geological Survey of Greenland, pp. 77-90.
Kays, R.W., DeWan, A.A., 2004. The Ecological Impact of Inside/Outside House Cats Around a Suburban Nature Preserve. Animal Conservation 7, 1-11. doi:10.1017/S1367943004001489
Adams, C.C., Hankinson, T.L., 1928. The Ecology and Economics of Oneida Lake Fish, Roosevelt Wild Life Annals. Roosevelt Wildlife Experiment Station, Syracuse, New York.
Molloy, D.P., 1987. The Ecology of Black Fly Parasites, in: Kim, K.C., Merritt, R.W. (Eds.), Black Flies: Ecology, Population Management, And Annotated World List. Penn. State Univ. Press, University Park, Pennsylvania, pp. 315-326.
Ruedemann, R., 1935. Ecology of Black Mud Shales of Eastern New York. Journal of Paleontology 9, 79-91.
Saunders, A.A., 1936. Ecology of the Birds of Quaker Run Valley, Allegany State Park, New York, New York State Museum Handbook. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.
Lintner, J.A., 1878. Economic Entomology During the Year 1877. New York State Agricultural Society Annual Report 37, 37-39.
Felt, E.P., 1909. The Economic Importance and Food Habits of American Gall Midges. Entomological Society of Ottawa 39th Report 43-46.
Felt, E.P., 1909. The Economic Status of the House Fly. Economic Entomology 2, 39-44.
Mitchell, R.S., 1991. Ecosystem Management: Rare Species and Significant Habitats, New York State Museum Bulletin. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.
Mitchell, R.S., Sheviak, C.J., Leopold, D.J., 1990. Ecosystem Management: Rare Species and Significant Habitats, New York State Museum Bulletin. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.
Bielinski, S., 2002. The Edge of the Frontier on the Eve of the Revolution: The Last Days of Colonial Albany, in: Carle, L. (Ed.), Cities Under Siege. Montalcino, Italy, pp. 273-282.
Landing, E. (Ed.), 2007. Ediacaran-Ordovician of East Laurentia: S.W. Ford Memorial Volume, New York State Museum Bulletin. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.
Landing, E., 2007. Ediacaran-Ordovician of East Laurentia-Geologic Setting and Controls on Deposition along the New York Promontory Region, in: Landing, E. (Ed.), S.w. Ford Memorial Volume: Ediacaran-Ordovician Of East Laurentia. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York, pp. 5-24.
Peck, C.H., 1900. Edible Fungi of New York 1895-1899, New York State Museum Memoir. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

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