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Address Delivered at the Annual Meeting of the State Agricultural Society, Albany, February 8th, 1865. New York State Agricultural Society Transactions 24, 111-116., 1865.
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.
Address on Our Most Pernicious Insects, Delivered at the Annual Meeting, February, 1859. New York State Agricultural Society Transactions 19, 588-598., 1860.
Ants Enemies of Cut-Worms. Journal of the New York State Agricultural Society 15, 79-80., 1865.
The Apple Insect. Country Gentleman 16, 32-33., 1860.
Apple Tree Pests. Schonherr's Weevil and the Orchard Moth. New York State Agricultural Society Transactions 13, 178-187., 1854.
The Army Worm and the Cut Worm. Journal of the New York State Agricultural Society 12, 3., 1861.
The Army-Worm Moth. Boston Cultivator 23, 275., 1861.
The Army-Worm's Parasite. Boston Cultivator 23, 276., 1861.
The Bean Weevil. Transactions of the Rhode Island Society for the Encouragement of Domestic Industry 1860, 62-64., 1861.
The Black Blistering Fly. Country Gentleman 18, 193., 1861.
Borers in the Honey Locust. Journal of the New York State Agricultural Society 13, 19., 1863.
Borers in the Honey Locust. New York State Agricultural Society Transactions 22, 117-118., 1863.
The Buffalo Tree-hopper the Cause of Scars on the Twigs of Fruit Trees. American Agriculture 21, 172-173., 1862.
Catalogue of Insects Collected and Arrannged. Annual Report of the Regents of the University, on the Condition of the State Cabinet of Natural History 4, 43-69., 1851.
Catalogue of the Insects in the State Cabinet of Natural History, December 1, 1848. Annual Report of the Regents of the University, on the Condition of the State Cabinet of Natural History, with Catalogue of the Same 2, 25-39., 1849.
The Cinch Bug. Comments on the Above by Dr. Fitch. Cultivator (3rd Series) 3, 237-239., 1855.
Club Wheat -- Our Views on It. Country Gentleman 22, 33., 1863.
Coccus arborum-linearis, Geoff. Proceedings of the Entomological Society of London 3, 77-78., 1855.
The Cotton Worm. Cultivator & Country Gentleman 28, 257., 1866.