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Fitch, A., 1861. The Entomologist. No. 30. -- The Grain Aphis. Country Gentleman 18, 114.
Fitch, A., 1856. Entomology. No. IX. -- The American Vaporer Moth. Country Gentleman 7, 217-218, 235.
Fitch, A., 1864. The Entomologist. Aphis on Apple-Tree Buds. Country Gentleman 23, 351.
Funk, R.E., 1977. The Earliest Aboriginal Occupations of New York State, in: Cole, J., Godfrey, L. (Eds.), Archaeology And Geochronology Of The Susquehanna And Schoharie Regions: Proceedings Of The Yager Conference. Hartwick College, Oneonta, New York, pp. 32-40.
Funk, R.E., Walsh, J., 1988. Evidence of Late Paleo-Indian Occupation at Saratoga Lake, New York. Bulletin, Journal of the New York State Archaeological Association 96, 1-4.
Funk, R.E., 1979. The Early and Middle Archaic in New York as Seen from the Upper Susquehanna River Valley, New York. Bulletin, Journal of the New York State Archaeological Association 75, 23-38.
Funk, R.E., 1977. Early to Middle Archaic Occupations in Upstate New York, in: Funk, R.E., Hayes, III, C.F. (Eds.), Current Perspectives In Northeastern Archeology: Essays In Honor Of William A. Ritchie. New York State Archaeological Association, Rochester and Albany, New York, pp. 21-29.
Funk, R.E., 1977. Early Cultures in the Hudson Drainage Basin, in: Newman, W.S., Salwen, B. (Eds.), Amerinds And Their Paleoenvironments In Northeastern North America. New York Academy of Sciences, pp. 316-332.
Funk, R.E., 1975. An Evaluation from the New York State Perspective, in: Kraft, H.C. (Ed.), The Archaeology Of The Tocks Island Area. Seton Hall University Press, South Orange, New Jersey, p. xiii-xv.
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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.
Glasgow, R.D., 1933. Egg Masses of the Fall Canker Worm, Alsophila pometaria, Unusually Abundant in Southeastern New York. U.S. Department of Agriculture, Bureau of Entomology Insect Pest Survey Bulletin 13, 89.
Glasgow, R.D., 1932. The European Pine Shoot Moth, Rhyacionia bouliana, Increasingly Destructive to Pines in Southeastern New York. U.S. Department of Agriculture, Bureau of Entomology Insect Pest Survey Bulletin 12, 239.
Glasgow, R.D., 1932. The European Pine Mite, Eriophyes pini, Reported from Western New York. U.S. Department of Agriculture, Bureau of Entomology Insect Pest Survey Bulletin 12, 239.
Glasgow, R.D., 1933. The European Pine Shoot Moth, Rhyacionia bouliana, A Pest of Major Economic Importance. U.S. Department of Agriculture, Bureau of Entomology Insect Pest Survey Bulletin 13, 135.
Glasgow, R.D., 1932. Eggs of the Elm Leaf Beetle, Galerucella xanthomelena, Observed at Garden City, Long Island. U.S. Department of Agriculture, Bureau of Entomology Insect Pest Survey Bulletin 12, 235.

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