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Address of Asa Fitch, M.D., Entomologist of the Society, on the Curculia and Black Knot on Plum Trees. New York State Agricultural Society Transactions 18, 599-612., 1860.
Disappearance of the Wheat-Midge. American Farmer 2, 378-379., 1861.
Osage Orange Insect. Country Gentleman 5, 38-39., 1855.
Third Report on Noxious, Beneficial and Other Insects of the State of New York. New York State Agricultural Society Transactions 16, 315-490., 1857.
Insects on the Potato. Cultivator & Country Gentleman 30, 193., 1867.
The Wonders of Insect Life. Country Gentleman 15, 146-147., 1860.
The Grain Aphis. Prairie Farmer 10, 291-292., 1862.
The Grapevine Beetle and Rose Bug. Country Gentleman 22, 65., 1863.
The Entomologist. No. XVII. -- The Fall Web-Worm. Country Gentleman 12, 239., 1857.
Fourteenth Report on Noxious, Beneficial and Other Insects of the State of New York. New York State Agricultural Society Transactions 30, 355-381., 1872.
The Entomologist. The Army Worm and Cut Worm. Country Gentleman 18, 18., 1861.
A Historical, Topographical & Agricultural Survey of the County of Washington. New York State Agricultural Society, Albany, New York., 1849.