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Two New Javanese Gall Midges. Treubia 2, 89-92., 1924.
Dispersal of Butterflies and Other Insects. Nature 116, 365-368., 1925.
Insects and Human Welfare. The Scientific Monthly 21, 649-653., 1925.
Key to Gall Midges (A Resume of Studies I-VII, Itonididae), New York State Museum Bulletin. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York., 1925.
Insect Pests Newly Established in New York State. Journal of Economic Entomology 20, 63., 1926.
New Gall Midges from New England. Occasional Papers of the Boston Society of Natural History 5, 207-208., 1926.
New Non-Gall Making Itonididae. Canadian Entomologist 58., 1926.
A new Predacious Midge on Roses (Dipt:Cecidomyiidae). Entomology News 37, 141., 1926.
Pales Weevil in a New Role. Journal of Economic Entomology 19, 705., 1926.
The Physical Basis of Insect Drift. Nature 117, 754-755., 1926.
Science and Scientific Names. The American Naturalist 60, 275-281., 1926.
Insects and Health; Dispersal of Insects by Air Currents, New York State Museum Bulletin. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York., 1928.
A Popular Guide to the Study of Insects, New York State Museum Handbook. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York., 1929.
The Occurrence of Insects at Some Height in the Air, Especially on the Roofs of High Buildings, New York State Museum Circular. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York., 1935.