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Adams, C. C. 1940. Introductory Note. Ecological Monographs 10(3):309-310.

Adams, C. C. 1938. A Note for Social-Minded Ecologists and Geographers. Ecology 19(3):500-502.

Adams, C. C. 1935. The Relation of General Ecology to Human Ecology. Ecology 16:316-335.

Adams, C. C. 1930. Rational Predatory Animal Control. Journal of Mammalogy 11(3):353-362.

Adams, C. C., and Fuller, G. D. 1940. Henry Chandler Cowles, Physiographic Plant Ecologist. Annals of the Association of American Geographers 30(1):39-43.

Adams, C. C., and T. L. Hankinson. 1928. The Ecology and Economics of Oneida Lake Fish. Roosevelt Wild Life Annals 3-4. Roosevelt Wildlife Experiment Station, Syracuse, New York.

Adams, M. S., and McCabe, T. L. 1990. The Identity of a 'Lost Species': Cerma galva Strecker, 1898 (Lepidoptera, Noctuidae). Journal of the New York Entomological Society 98(1):32-34.

Adler, P. H., Merritt, R. W., Burger, J. F., and Molloy, D. P. 2001. A Brief History of Northeast Regional Project NE-118 in the USA. British Simuliid Group Bulletin 17:16-20.

Aldritch, T. H. 1869. Partial List of Shells Found Near Troy, N.Y.. Annual Report of the Regents of the University, on the Condition of the State Cabinet of Natural History 22:17-24.

Alexander, W. P., and H. D. House. 1927. Flora of the Allegany State Park Region. New York State Museum Handbook 2. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Aliaga-Rossel, E., Kays, R. W., and Fragoso, J. M. V. 2008. Home-range use by the Central American Agouti (Dasyprocta punctata) on Barro Colorado Island, Panama. Journal of Tropical Ecology 24:367-374.

Aliaga-Rossel, E., Moreno, R. S., Kays, R. W., and Giacalone, J. 2006. Ocelot (Leopardus pardalis) Predation on Agouti (Dasyprocta punctata). Biotropica 36:691-694.

Allen, M. S., and Steadman, D. W. 1989. More Bird Bones from Polynesian Archeological Sites on Henderson Island, Pitcairn Group, South Pacific. Atoll Research Bulletin 325:1-18.

Ambrose, J. D., and R. S. Mitchell. 1990. Conservation Strategies: A Focus on Cooperative Action. In Ecosystem Management: Rare Species and Significant Habitats. New York State Museum Bulletin 471, edited by R. S. Mitchell, C. J. Sheviak, and D. J. Leopold, pp. 11-13. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Anderson, R. S., Davis, R. B., Miller, N. G., and Stuckenrath, Jr, R. 1986. History of late- and postglacial vegetation and disturbance around Upper South Branch Pond, northern Maine. Canad. Jour. Bot. 64:1977-1986.

Anderson, R. S., Miller, N. G., Davis, R. B., and Nelson, R. E. 1990. Terrestrial fossils within the marine Presumpscot Formation: implications for late Wisconsinan paleoenvironments and isostatic rebound along the coast of Maine. Canad. Jour. Earth Sci. 27:1241-1246.

Anonymous, . 1872. List of Fishes Received from the Smithsonian Institution in 1865. New York State Museum Annual Report 24:39-40.

Anonymous, . 1872. List of Mounted Fishes. New York State Museum Annual Report 24:5-16.

Anonymous, . 1862. Catalogue of Sh ells Contributed from the Duplicates Collected by the Exploring Expedition by Prof. Henry. Annual Report of the Regents of the University, on the Condition of the State Cabinet of Natural History 15:23-35.

Anonymous, . 1862. Catalogue of Shells from John G. Anthony. Annual Report of the Regents of the University, on the Condition of the State Cabinet of Natural History 15:15-21.

Anonymous, . 1860. Catalogue of Mammalia, Birds, Reptiles and Fishes added Jan. 1, 1859 to Jan. 1, I860. Annual Report of the Regents of the University, on the Condition of the State Cabinet of Natural History 13:11-14.

Anonymous, . 1860. Catalogue of the Reigen Collection of Mazatlan Mollusca presented by P. P. Carpenter. Annual Report of the Regents of the University, on the Condition of the State Cabinet of Natural History 13:21-36.

Anonymous, . 1860. List of Deficiencies in Mammalia, Birds, Reptiles amd Amphibia Inhabiting the State. Annual Report of the Regents of the University, on the Condition of the State Cabinet of Natural History 13:15-16.

Anonymous, . 1858. Catalogue of Shells. Annual Report of the Regents of the University, on the Condition of the State Cabinet of Natural History 11:37-42.

Anonymous, . 1856. Catalogue of Birds, Reptiles, Amphibians, Fishes and Shells added Jan. 1, 1855 to Jan. 1, 1856. Annual Report of the Regents of the University, on the Condition of the State Cabinet of Natural History 9:11-38.

Anonymous, . 1855. Catalogue of Quadrupeds, Birds, Reptiles, Fishes etc. added Jan. 1, 1854 to Jan. I, 1855. Annual Report of the Regents of the University, on the Condition of the State Cabinet of Natural History 8:13-22.

Anonymous, . 1854. Additions to the Botanical Department Jan. 1, 1853? to Jan. 1, 1854. Annual Report of the Regents of the University, on the Condition of the State Cabinet of Natural History 7:43-50.

Anonymous, . 1854. Catalogue of Mollusca, Crustacea, etc. added Jan. 1, 1853 to Jan. 1, 1854. Annual Report of the Regents of the University, on the Condition of the State Cabinet of Natural History 7:27-42.

Anonymous, . 1854. Catalogue of Quadrupeds, Birds, Reptiles, Amphibians, Fishes etc. added Jan, 1, 1853 to Jan. 1, 1854. Annual Report of the Regents of the University, on the Condition of the State Cabinet of Natural History 7:13-26.

Anonymous, . 1853. Catalogue of Quadrupeds, Birds, Reptiles, Amphibians etc. added Jan. 1, 1852 to Jan. 1, 1853. Annual Report of the Regents of the University, on the Condition of the State Cabinet of Natural History 6:17-24.

Anonymous, . 1852. Catalogue of Quadrupeds, Birds, Reptiles, Amphibians, Fishes etc. added Jan. 1, 1851 to Jan. 1, 1852. New York State Museum Annual Report 5:15-34.

Anonymous, . 1851. Catalogue of Quadrupeds, Birds, Reptiles, Amphibians, Fishes etc. added Jan. 1, 1849 to Jan. 1. 1850. Annual Report of the Regents of the University, on the Condition of the State Cabinet of Natural History 4:15-24.

Anonymous, . 1850. Catalogue of Quadrupeds, Birds, Reptiles. Amphibians, Fishes etc. added Jan. 1, 1849 to Jun.1, 1850. Annual Report of the Regents of the University, on the Condition of the State Cabinet of Natural History, with Catalogue of the Same 3:17-26.

Anonymous, . 1850. Catalogue of Reptiles and Amphibians, Jan. 1, 1850. Annual Report of the Regents of the University, on the Condition of the State Cabinet of Natural History, with Catalogue of the Same (3):61-64.

Anonymous, . 1849. Catalogue of Quadrupeds, Birds, Reptiles, Fishes etc. added Ap, 11, 1848 to Jan. I, 1849. Annual Report of the Regents of the University, on the Condition of the State Cabinet of Natural History, with Catalogue of the Same 2:15-23.

Arriagada, J. E. 1998. The Genera of Inuleae (Compositae; Asteraceae) in the Southeastern United States. Harvard Papers in Botany 3:1-48.

Arriagada, J. E., and Miller, N. G. 1997. The Genera of Anthemideae (Compositae: Asteraceae) in the Southeastern United States. Harvard Papers in Botany 2:1-47.

Bailey, J. W. 1928. The Chilopoda of New York State with Notes on the Diplopoda. New York State Museum Bulletin 276. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Baird, S. F. 1854. On the Serpents of New York; With a Notice of a Species not Hitherto Included in the Fauna of the State. Annual Report of the Regents of the University, on the Condition of the State Cabinet of Natural History 7:95-124.

Baker, E. W., Delfinado, M. D., and Abbatiello, M. J. 1976. Terrestrial Mites of New York II. Mites in Birds' Nests (Acarina). Journal of the New York Entomological Society 84(1):48-66.

Baker, J. G., Salkin, I. F., Forgacs, P., Haines, J. H., and Kemna , M. E. 1987. First Report of Subcutaneous Phaeohyphomycosis of the Foot Caused by Phoma minutella. Journal of Clinical Microbiology 25:2395-2397.

Barnes, J. K. 2003. Natural History of the Pine Bush: Albany and Schenectady Counties New York. New York State Museum Bulletin 502. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Barnes, J. K. 1991. Additions to the Phorid Fauna (Diptera: Phoridae) of North America North of Mexico. The Florida Entomologist 74(2):305-310.

Barnes, J. K. 1990. First Record of Genus Phymatopterella in the Nearctic Region and Description of P. ovatimacula, a New Humpbacked Fly from Florida (Diptera: Phoridae). The Florida Entomologist 73(4):644-649.

Barnes, J. K. 1990. Life History of Dohrniphora cornuta (Bigot) (Diptera: Phoridae), a Filth-Inhabiting Humpbacked Fly. Journal of the New York Entomological Society 98(4):474-483.

Barnes, J. K. 1988. Asa Fitch and the Emergence of American Entomology: With an Entomological Bibliography and a Catalog of Taxonomic Names and Type Specimens. New York State Museum Bulletin 461. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Barnes, J. K. 1984. The Membracidae and Other Homoptera Described by Asa Fitch, 1851, and Ebenezer Emmons, 1855: Historical Perspective and Analysis. Journal of the New York Entomological Society 92(1):27-34.

Barr, M. E., J. H. Haines, C. T. Rogerson, and S. J. Smith. 1986. An Annotated Catalog of the Pyrenomycetes Described by Charles H. Peck. New York State Museum Bulletin 459. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Baxter, M. S., and H. D. House. 1925. The Rare Plants of Bergen Swamp. New York State Museum Bulletin 266. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Beck, L. C. 1848. Catalogue of Birds and Mammals. Annual Report of the Regents of the University, on the Condition of the State Cabinet of Natural History, with Catalogue of the Same 1:7-20.

Beecher, C. E. 1883. Some Abnormal and Pathologic Forms of Freshwater Shells from the Vicinity of Albany, N.Y. New York State Museum Annual Report 36:51-55.

Betten, C. 1934. The Caddis Flies or Trichoptera of New York State. New York State Museum Bulletin 292. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Bishop, S. C. 1928. A New Subspecies of the Red Salamander from Louisiana. Occasional Papers of the Boston Society of Natural History 5:247-249.

Bishop, S. C. 1928. Notes on Some Amphibians and Reptiles from the Southeastern States, with a Description of a New Salamander from North Carolina. Journal of the Elisha Mitchell Science Society 43:153-170.

Bishop, S. C. 1928. The Golden Eagle (Aquila chrysa?tos) in Columbia Co., New York. The Auk 45:212.

Bishop, S. C. 1927. Butler's Garter Snake in New York. Copeia 162:16-17.

Bishop, S. C. 1927. Records of Some Salamanders from South Carolina. Copeia 161:187-188.

Bishop, S. C. 1927. The Amphibians and Reptiles of Allegany State Park. New York State Museum Handbook 3. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Bishop, S. C. 1926. Notes on the Habits and Development of the Mudpuppy: Necturus maculosus (Rafinesque). New York State Museum Bulletin 268. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Bishop, S. C. 1926. Notes on the Spiders of the Southeastern United States, with Descriptions of New Species. Journal of the Elisha Mitchell Science Society 41:165-212.

Bishop, S. C. 1926. Records of Some Amphibians and Reptiles from Kentucky. Copeia 152:118-120.

Bishop, S. C. 1925. Notes on the Mating Habits of the Sparrow Hawk. The Auk 42(2):268-269.

Bishop, S. C. 1925. Records of Some Salamanders from No. Carolina and Pennsylvania. Copeia 139:9-12.

Bishop, S. C. 1924. A Revision of the Pisauridae of the United States (With Special Reference to the New York Species). New York State Museum Bulletin 252. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Bishop, S. C. 1923. Note on the Nest and Young of the Small Brown Weasel. Journal of Mammalogy 4(1):26-27.

Bishop, S. C. 1923. Notes on New York Birds. The Auk 40(2):336.

Bishop, S. C. 1923. Notes on the Herpetology of Albany County, New York. Copeia 118:64-68.

Bishop, S. C. 1923. Notes on the Herpetology of Albany County, New York, III. The Snakes and Turtles. Copeia 125:117-120.

Bishop, S. C. 1923. Notes on the Herpetology of Albany County, New York. II. Copeia 120:83-84.

Bishop, S. C. 1921. The Map Turtle, Graptemys geographica (Le Suer) in New York. Copeia 100:80-81.

Bishop, S. C. 1921. The Temple Hill (Orange County, N. Y.) Mastodon. Science 54(1391):170.

Bishop, S. C. 1920. A Case of Hermaphroditism in the White Perch, Morone americana (Gmelin). Copeia 80:20-21.

Bishop, S. C., and Schmidt, F. J. W. 1930. The Painted Turtles of the Genus Chrysemys. Field Museum of Natural History Bulletin 18:123-139.

Biss, J. B., III, Laruelle, F. H., and Molloy, D. P. 1996. Use of Sieves for the Rapid Size Selection of Dreissena polymorpha Samples. Journal of Shellfish Research 15:747-750.

Blois, J.L., Feranec, R. S., and Hadly, E.A. 2008. Environmental Influences on Spatial and Temporal Patterns of Body-size Variation in California Ground Squirrels (Spermophilus beecheyi). Journal of Biogeography 35:602-613.

Bonvel , S. I., and Monheimer, R. H. 1980. A Gas Chromatographic Analysis of Sulfur-containing Amino Acids Employing Flame Photometric Detection. Journal of Chromatographic Science 18:200-223.

Bradshaw, R. H. W., and Miller, N. G. 1988. Recent successional processes investigated by pollen analysis of closed-canopy forest sites. Vegetatio 76:45-54.

Bridge, E., Thorup, K., Bowlin, M. S., Chilson, P. B., Diehl, R. H., Fleron, R. W., Hartl, P., Kays, R. W., Kelly, J. F., Robinson, W. D., and Wikelski, M. 2011. Technology on the Move: Recent and Forthcoming Innovations for Tracking Migratory Birds. Bioscience 61:689-698.

Brown, M. E., Morse, R., and O'Neill, K. 2012. Spatial, Seasonal, and Diel Distribution Patterns of Hemimysis anomala in New York State's Finger Lakes. Journal of Great Lakes Research 38(Suppl. 2):19-24.

Burlakova, L. E., Karatayev, A. Y., and Molloy, D. P. 1998. Field and Laboratory Studies of Zebra Mussel (Dreissena polymorpha) Infection by the Ciliate Conchophthirus acuminatus in the Republic of Belarus. Journal of Invertebrate Pathology 71:251-257.

Cantrell , S. A., and Haines, J. H. 1997. New Red Species of Lachnum From the Tropics. Mycological Research 101 101:1081-1084.

Carling, K. J., T. B. Mihuc, C.A. Siegfried, R.E. Bonham, and F. Dunlap. 2004. Where Have all the Rotifers Gone: Long Term Patterns in Lake Champlain Zooplankton Communities 1990-2001. In Lake Champlain Partnerships and Research in the New Millennium, edited by T. Manley, P. Manley, and T.B. Mihuc, pp. 259-270. Kluwer Academic Press, New York, New York.

Carlson, D.M., and Daniels, R.A. 2004. Status of Fishes in New York: Increases, Declines and Homogenization of Watersheds. American Midland Naturalist 152:104-139.

Carlson, D. M., Daniels, R. A., and Eaton, S. W. 1999. Status of Fishes of the Allegheny River Watershed of New York State. Northeast Naturalist 6:305-326.

Catling, P. M., and C. J. Sheviak. 2002. Liparis. In Magnoliophyta: Liliidae: Liliales and Orchidales. Flora of North America North of Mexico 26, edited by Flora of North America Editorial Committee, Oxford University Press, New York, New York.

Catling, P. M., and C. J. Sheviak. 2002. Tipularia. In Magnoliophyta: Liliidae: Liliales and Orchidales. Flora of North America North of Mexico 26, edited by Flora of North America Editorial Committee, Oxford University Press, New York, New York.

Catling, P. M., and Sheviak, C. J. 1993. Taxonomic Notes on Some North American Orchids. Lindleyana 8:77-81.

Chamberlain, K. F. 1947. Notes on the Ecology of Hydroporus rufiplanulus Fall (Coleoptera, Dytisciae). Journal of the New York Entomological Society 55(1):57-58.

Clarke, J. M., and C. H. Peck. 1906. Report of the State Botanist 1905. New York State Museum Bulletin 105. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Clarke, J. M., and C. H. Peck. 1905. Report of the State Botanist 1904. New York State Museum Bulletin 94. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Clausen, R. T. 1943. Studies in the Ophroglossaccrae: Botrychium, subgenus Sceptridicum. American Fern Journal 33(1):11-27.

Clinton, G. W. 1866. Flora of the State.. Annual Report of the Regents of the University, on the Condition of the State Cabinet of Natural History 19:72-80.

Clinton, G. W. 1865. Flora of the State. Annual Report of the Regents of the University, on the Condition of the State Cabinet of Natural History 18:197-205.

Clinton, G. W. 1864. Plants of Buffalo and its Vicinity. Annual Report of the Regents of the University, on the Condition of the State Cabinet of Natural History 17:24-35.

Collins, D. L. 1960. Arthropod-borne Diseases and Their Vectors in New York State. Health News 37(11):4-18.

Collins, D. L. 1960. Status of Eastern Equine Encephalitis and the Mosquito Vector Potential in New York State. New York State Journal of Medicine 60(8):

Collins, D. L. 1959. Developments in Forest Pesticides in New York. New York Forester 16(2):22-26.

Collins, D. L. 1958. Some Spiders of New York. New York State Conservationist 13(1):2-4.

Collins, D. L., and Glasgow, R. D. 1946. Thermal Aerosol Fogs to Control Clothes Moths in a Wool Storage Warehouse. Journal of Economic Entomology 39:241-245.

Collins, C., and Kays, R. W. 2011. Causes of Mortality in North American Populations of Large and Medium-sized Mammals. Animal Conservation 14:474-483.

Collins, D. L., and R. V. Nardy. 1951. The Development and Application of Spray Procedures for Controlling the Tick, Dermacentor variabilis Say. New York State Museum Circular 26. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Collins, C.D., and Siegfried, C.A. 1985. Bioavailable Phosphorus as an Alternative to Total Phosphorus in Development of Nutrient Loading-trophic Relationship. .. Lake and Reservoir Management 1:20-23.

Collins, C.D., C.A. Siegfried, and C.A. Surash. 1983. Factors Affecting Productivity in Lake George Eastern Embayments. In The Lake George Ecosystem 3, edited by C.D. Collins, pp. 25-36. Lake George Association, Lake George, New York.

Colwell, A.E.L., Sheviak, C.J., and Moore, P.E. 2007. A New Platanthera (Orchidaceae) from Yosemite National Park, California. Madrono 54(1):86-93.

Conner, P. F. 1966. The Mammals of the Tug Hill Plateau. New York State Museum Bulletin 406. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Conner, P. W. 1959. The Bog Lemming, Synaptomys cooperi, in Southern New Jersey. The Museum, Michigan State University, Biological Series 1(5):161-248.

Conner, P. F. 1957. A Method of Plant Dispersal by a Mammal. Ecology 38(1):151-152.

Connola, D. P. 1961. Portable Mistblower Spray Tests Against White Pine Weevil in New York. Journal of Economic Entomology 59(10):764-765.

Connola, D. P. 1960. Control of Maple Leaf Cutter Paraclemensia acerifoliella, by Aerial Spraying. Journal of Economic Entomology 53(5):957-958.

Connola, D. P., D. L. Collins, J. H. Risley, and W. E. Smith. 1956. Insect Damage and Its Prevention in Windthrown Saw Timber. New York State Museum Bulletin 352. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Connola, D. P., Lewis, F. B., and McDonough, J. L. 1966. Experimental Field Techniques Used to Evaluate Gypsy Moth, Porthetria dispar, Control in New York. Journal of Economic Entomology 59:284-287.

Connola, D. P., and Smith, W. E. 1964. Fall Spray Tests with Portable Mistblower Against White Pine Weevil. Journal of Forestry 62(10):732-734.

Connola, D. P., and Sweet, R. C. 1964. Mistblower Spray tests for Control of the Birch Leaf Miner. Journal of Economic Entomology 57(6):1015.

Connola, D. P., and Sweet, R. C. 1961. Aerial Spray Tests Aainst Gypsy Moth, Porthetria dispar, in New York. Journal of Economic Entomology 54(2):315-316.

Connola, D. P., Waters, W. E., and Nason, E. R. 1959. A Sequential Sampling Plan for Red-pine Sawfly Neodyirion nanulus. Journal of Economic Entomology 52(4):

Connola, D. P., W. E. Waters, and W. E. Smith. 1957. The Development and Application of a Sequential Sampling Plan for Forest Tent Caterpillar in New York. New York State Museum Bulletin 366. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Connola, D. P., and C. Wilson. 1963. White Pine Weevil Attack. New York State Museum Bulletin 389. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Connola, D. P., and Wixson, E. C. 1963. Effects of Soil and Other Environmental Conditions on White Pine Weevil Attack in New York. Journal of Forestry 61:129-137.

Connor, P. F. 1960. The Small Mammals of Otsego and Schoharie Counties. New York State Museum Bulletin 382. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Cox, D. D. 1959. Some Postglacial Forests in Central and Eastern New York State as Determined by the Method of Pollen Analysis. New York State Museum Bulletin 377. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Cox, D. D., and D. M. Lewis. 1965. Pollen Samples in Crusoe Lake Area of Prehistoric Indian Occupation. New York State Museum Bulletin 397. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Craig, W. 1943. The Song of the Wood Pewee Myiochanes Virens Linnaeus: A Study of Bird Music. New York State Museum Bulletin 334. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Crocker, D. W. 1957. The Crayfishes of New York State (Decapoda, Astacidae). New York State Museum Bulletin 355. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Crofoot, M. C., Gilby, I. C., Wikelski, M. C., and Kays, R. W. 2008. Interaction Location Outweighs the Competitive Advantage of Numerical Superiority in Cebus capucinus Intergroup Contests. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 105:577-581.

Crofoot, M. C., Lambert, T. D., Kays, R. W., and Wikelski, M. C. 2010. Does Watching a Monkey Change its Behaviour? Quantifying Observer Effects in Habituated Wild Primates using Automated Radiotelemetry. Animal Behaviour 80:475-480.

Crombie, R. I., and Steadman, D. W. 1987. The Lizards of Rarotonga and Mangaia, Cook Island Group, Oceania. Pacific Science 40:44-57.

Crosby, R. J. 1933. American Spiders: Erigoneae, Males with Cephalic Pits. Annals of the Entomological Society of America 26(1):105-182.

Crosby, R. J. 1929. Three New Species of Spiders (Family Linyphiidae). Canadian Entomologist 41:101-105.

Crosby, C. R., and Bishop, S. C. 1928. A List of the Opiliones of New York. Cornell University Agriculture Experimental Station Memoir 101:1034-1074.

Crosby, C. R., and Bishop, S. C. 1928. A List of the Spiders of New York. Cornell University Agriculture Experimental Station Memoir 101:

Crosby, C. R., and S. C. Bishop. 1928. Revision of the Spider Genera Erigone, Eperigone and Catabrithorax (Erigoneae). New York State Museum Bulletin 278. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Crosby, C. R., and Bishop, S. C. 1927. New Species of Erigoneae and Theridiidae. Journal of the New York Entomological Society 35(2):147-155, 157.

Crosby, C. R., and Bishop, S. C. 1926. Spiders of the Lloyd-Cornell Reservation. Bulletin on the Lloyd Library (Entomology Series 5) 27:177-180.

Crosby, C. R., and S. C. Bishop. 1925. Studies in New York Spiders: Genera: Ceratinella and Ceraticelus. New York State Museum Bulletin 264. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Crosier, D. M., and D. P. Molloy 2004 Species Profiles  Aquatic Nuisance Species Research Program. Report prepared for U. S. Army Corps of Engineers, Vicksburg , Mississippi, Albany, New York.

Cryan, J. R. 2009. Phylogenetics: Reconstructing the Tree of Life. Legacy: The Magazine of the New York State Museum 4(4):12.

Cryan, J. R. 2005. Molecular Phylogeny of Cicadomorpha (Insecta: Hemiptera: Cicadoidea, Cercopoidea, and Membracoidea): Adding Evidence to the Controversy. Systematic Entomology 30:563-574.

Cryan, J. 2004. Discovery Now. Members Update 15(3):6.

Cryan, J. R., and Bartlett, C. R. 2002. A Redescription of Caribbean Treehopper Genus Antillotalinia Ramos (Hemiptera: Membracidae), and Two New Species. Annals of the Entomological Society of America 95:302-308.

Cryan, J. R., and Deitz, L. L. 2002. Enigmatic Treehopper Genera (Hemiptera: Membracidae): Deiroderes Ramos, Holdgatiella Evans, and Togotolania, New Genus. Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington 104:868-883.

Cryan, J. R., Liebherr, J. K., Fetzner, J. W., and Whiting, M. F. 2001. Evaluation of Relationships Within the Endemic Hawaiian Platynini (Coleoptera: Carabidae) Based on Molecular and Morphological Evidence. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 21:72-85.

Cryan, J. R., J. A. Robertson, and L. L. Deitz. 2003. The New World Treehopper Tribe Microcentrini (Hemiptera: Membracidae: Stegaspidinae): Monographic Revision and Phylogenetic Position. Thomas Say Publications. Entomological Society of America, Lanham, Maryland.

Cryan, J. R., and Svenson, G. J. 2010. Family-level Relationships of the Spittlebugs and Froghoppers (Hemiptera: Cicadomorpha: Cercopoidea). Systematic Entomology 35:393-415.

Cryan, J. R., and Urban, J. M. 2012. Higher-level Phylogeny of the Insect Order Hemiptera: Is Auchenorrhyncha Really Paraphyletic?. Systematic Entomology 37:7-21.

Cryan, J. R., Wiegmann, B. M., Deitz, L. L., Dietrich, C. H., and Whiting, M. F. 2004. Treehopper Trees: Phylogeny of Membracidae (Hemiptera: Cicadomorpha: Membracoidea) Based on Molecules and Morphology. Systematic Entomology 29:441-454.

Daniels, R. A. 2011. Legacy of New York State's Watershed Surveys, 1926-1939. Fisheries 36(4):179-189.

Daniels, R. A. 2008. Fish and Other Collections Move Off-Site. Legacy: The Magazine of the New York State Museum 4(3):4.

Daniels, R. A. 2008. The Beef is in the River. Legacy: The Magazine of the New York State Museum 4(2):20.

Daniels, R. A. 2006. Wright on Fish. Guelph Ichthyology Reviews 6:1-9.

Daniels, R. A. 2005. Discovery Now. Members Update 15(4):4.

Daniels, R. A. 2005. Fish. In The Encyclopedia of New York, edited by P. Eisenstadt, and L.-E. Moss, pp. 567-568. Syracuse University Press, Syracuse, NY.

Daniels, R. A. 2005. One Fish, Two Fish, .... Legacy: The Magazine of the New York State Museum 1(2):10-12.

Daniels, R. A. 2005. Review of "Disconnected Rivers: Linking Rivers to Landscapes". Quarterly Review of Biology 80:492-493.

Daniels, R. A. 2004. Decapods of Inland Waters. New York State Biodiversity Clearinghouse http://www.nybiodiversity.org/summaries/decapods/index.html

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Felt, E. P. 1926. A new Predacious Midge on Roses (Dipt:Cecidomyiidae). Entomology News 37:141.

Felt, E. P. 1926. Insect Pests Newly Established in New York State. Journal of Economic Entomology 20:63.

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Felt, E. P. 1925. Dispersal of Butterflies and Other Insects. Nature 116:365-368.

Felt, E. P. 1925. Insects and Human Welfare. The Scientific Monthly 21(6):649-653.

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Felt, E. P. 1924. Two New Javanese Gall Midges. Treubia 2:89-92.

Felt, E. P. 1923. Origin and Evolution of the Insects. The Scientific Monthly 16(6):588-593.

Felt, E. P. 1922. A New and Remarkable Fig Midge. The Florida Entomologist 6(1):5-6.

Felt, E. P. 1922. Bugs and Antennae. Science 55(1429):528-530.

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Felt, E. P. 1922. New Cecidomyiid Parasite of the Whitefly. U. S. National Museum Proceedings 61:1-2.

Felt, E. P. 1922. The Possibilities of Exterminating Insects. The Scientific Monthly 15(1):35-41.

Felt, E. P. 1921. A New Diadiplosis. Zoologica 3:225-226.

Felt, E. P. 1921. A New Javanese Gall Midge. Treubia 1:270-271.

Felt, E. P. 1921. Adaptations Among Insects of Field and Forest. The Scientific Monthly 13(2):165-170.

Felt, E. P. 1921. European Corn Borer in New York State. Economic Entomology 14:85-88.

Felt, E. P. 1921. European Corn Borer, Pyrausta nubilalis. Oregon State Board of Horticulture Biennial Report 16:113-114.

Felt, E. P. 1921. Indian Grass Gall Midges. Memoirs of the Department of Agriculture, India, Pusa, Entomological Series VII(3):15-22.

Felt, E. P. 1921. Javanese Gall Midges. Treubia 1:139-151.

Felt, E. P. 1921. Lasioptera apocyni Felt. Canadian Entomologist 53:148-149.

Felt, E. P. 1921. New Species of Reared Gall Midges (Itonididae). Journal of the New York Entomological Society 29(2):115-118.

Felt, E. P. 1921. Observations on Johnsonomyia Felt with a Description of a New Species. Canadian Entomologist 53:96.

Felt, E. P. 1921. The Number of Antennal Segments in Gall Midges and a New Species. Brooklyn Entomological Society Bulletin 16:193-195.

Felt, E. P. 1921. Three New Subtropical Gall Midges. Entomological News 22:141-143.

Felt, E. P. 1921. White Pine Weevil and Reforestation. The Conservationist 4:189-190.

Felt, E. P. 1920. 34th Report of the State Entomologist on Injurious and other Insects of the State of NY 1918. New York State Museum Bulletin 231/232. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Felt, E. P. 1920. Four New African Gall Midges. Natal Museum Annals 4(2):491-496.

Felt, E. P. 1920. Insect Pests of Ornimental Plants. Garden Magazine 31:182-185.

Felt, E. P. 1920. Later Developments in the European Corn Borer Situation. Entomological Society of Ottawa Report 50:110-111.

Felt, E. P. 1920. New Gall Midges or Itonididae from the Adirondacks. Journal of the New York Entomological Society 27:277-292.

Felt, E. P. 1920. New Indian Gall Midges. Memoir of the Department of Agriculture, Entomology Service VII(1):1-11.

Felt, E. P. 1920. The European Corn Borer Problem. Economic Entomology 13:59-73.

Felt, E. P. 1919. Anthrenus verbasci Linn., A Seventeen Year Breeding Record. Economic Entomology 12:273.

Felt, E. P. 1919. Army Worm (Heliophila unipuncta Haw.). Economic Entomology 12:272-273.

Felt, E. P. 1919. Control of Household Insects. New York State Museum Bulletin 129. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Felt, E. P. 1919. European Corn Borer (Pyrausta nubilalis Hubn.). Economic Entomology 12:124.

Felt, E. P. 1919. European Corn Borer, Pyrausta nubilalis Hubn. Economic Entomology 12:408.

Felt, E. P. 1919. Five Non-Gall-Making Midges. Entomological News 30:219-223.

Felt, E. P. 1919. How the Corn Borer is Exterminated. State Service 3(6):42-44.

Felt, E. P. 1919. Insect Galls and Gall Insects. Ottawa Naturalist 32:127-131.

Felt, E. P. 1919. New Gall Midges or Itonididae from the Adirondacks. Journal of the New York Entomological Society 27(4):277-292.

Felt, E. P. 1919. New Philippine Gall Midges. Philippine Journal of Science 14:287-294.

Felt, E. P. 1919. The European Corn Borer. Cornell Countryman 16:176-178, 194, 196.

Felt, E. P. 1919. The Plant Galls Collected by the Canadian Arctic Exploration, 1913-1918. Report of the Canadian Actic Exploration, 1913-1918, vol. 3, Insects 37g-38g.

Felt, E. P. 1918. Apple and Thorn Skeletonizer. Cornell Extension Bulletin 27:143-147.

Felt, E. P. 1918. Gall Insects and Their Relations to Plants. The Scientific Monthly 6(6):509-525.

Felt, E. P. 1918. Insects and Camp Sanitation. Economic Entomology 116:93-99.

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Felt, E. P. 1918. New Philippine Gall Midges with a Key to the Itonididae. Philippine Journal of Science 13:281-325.

Felt, E. P. 1918. Notes and Descriptions of Itonididae in the Collections of the American Museum of Natural History. American Museum of Natural History Bulletin 38:179-182.

Felt, E. P. 1918. Notes on Spraying. Rural New Yorker 77:516.

Felt, E. P. 1918. Two Injurious Leaf Maggots. International Garden Club Journal 2:425-426.

Felt, E. P. 1917. 32d Report of the State Entomologist on Injurious and other Insects of the State of NY 1916. New York State Museum Bulletin 198. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

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Felt, E. P. 1917. Apple and Thorn Skeletonizer (Hemerophila pariana Clerck). Economic Entomology 10:502.

Felt, E. P. 1917. Asphodondylia websteri n. sp. Economic Entomology 10:562.

Felt, E. P. 1917. Distribution of Gall Midges. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 3(5):349-354.

Felt, E. P. 1917. Entomological Research and Utility. The Scientific Monthly 5(6):551-553.

Felt, E. P. 1917. Household and Camp Insects. New York State Museum Bulletin 194. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Felt, E. P. 1917. Indian Gall Midges. Entomological News 28:369-372.

Felt, E. P. 1917. Insects Destroy Millions In Property. State Service 1:34-37.

Felt, E. P. 1917. Key to American Insect Galls. New York State Museum Bulletin 200. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Felt, E. P. 1917. Little Known Gall Midges of Certain Composites. Ottawa Naturalist 31:13-14.

Felt, E. P. 1917. New Gall Midges. Journal of the New York Entomological Society 25(3):193-196.

Felt, E. P. 1917. New Indian Gall Midges. Entomological News 28:73-76.

Felt, E. P. 1917. Two New Sawflies. Canadian Entomologist 49:191-192.

Felt, E. P. 1916. 30th Report of the State Entomologist on Injurious and other Insects of the state of NY 1914. New York State Museum Bulletin 180. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

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Felt, E. P. 1916. Bagworms Not Easily 'Bagged'. Country Gentleman 71:258.

Felt, E. P. 1916. Climate and Variation in the Habits of Codling Moths. Economic Entomology 9:107-109.

Felt, E. P. 1916. Climate and Variations in the Habits of Codling Moth. Economic Entomology 9:107-109.

Felt, E. P. 1916. Efficiency of Spraying. Entomologist [London] 49:254-255.

Felt, E. P. 1916. Gall Midges of Certain Chenopodaceae (Dipt.). Entomological News 27:201-203.

Felt, E. P. 1916. Injurious Insects. New York State Department of Agriculture Circular 130:169-172.

Felt, E. P. 1916. Insect Enemies of Trees and How to Combat Them. Country Life in America 29:70, 72, 74, 76, 78.

Felt, E. P. 1916. Insect Problems in the Hudson Valley. New York State Fruit Growers Association Proceedings 15:200-207.

Felt, E. P. 1916. Insects Particularly Affecting the Apple. New York Department of Agriculture Bulletin 79(1):842-854.

Felt, E. P. 1916. Lasioptera fructuaria. Maine Agricultural Experiment Station Bulletin 244:268-269.

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Felt, E. P. 1916. New Indian Gall Midges. Canadian Entomologist 48:400-406.

Felt, E. P. 1916. New North American Gall Midges. Entomological News 17:412-417.

Felt, E. P. 1916. New Western Gall Midges. Journal of the New York Entomological Society 24(3):175-196.

Felt, E. P. 1916. Side Injury by the Codling Moth. New York State Fruit Growers Association Proceedings 15:29-32.

Felt, E. P. 1916. Side Worm Injury. New York State Fruit Growers Association Proceedings 15:29-32.

Felt, E. P. 1916. The Perils of Our Shade Trees. Country Life in America 29:42-43.

Felt, E. P. 1916. The Pine Borer. Garden Magazine 23:50.

Felt, E. P. 1915. 29th Report of the State Entomologist on Injurious and other Insects of the State of NY 1913. New York State Museum Bulletin 175. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Felt, E. P. 1915. A New Chrysanthemum Pest. Economic Entomology 8:267.

Felt, E. P. 1915. Gall Midges in an Orchard. Economic Entomology 8:550.

Felt, E. P. 1915. Grasshopper Control in New York State. Economic Entomology 8:227-229.

Felt, E. P. 1915. Juniper Plant Bug (Chlorochroa uhleri Stal.). Economic Entomology 8:308.

Felt, E. P. 1915. Mycodiplosis macgregori n. sp. Economic Entomology 8:149.

Felt, E. P. 1915. New Asian Gall Midges. Journal of the New York Entomological Society 23(3):173-184.

Felt, E. P. 1915. New Genera of Gall Midges. U. S. National Museum Proceedings 48:195-211.

Felt, E. P. 1915. New North American Gall Midges. Canadian Entomologist 47:226-232.

Felt, E. P. 1915. New South American Gall Midges. Psyche: A Journal of Entomology 22(5):152-157.

Felt, E. P. 1915. Scurfy Scale on Norway Maple. Economic Entomology 8:160.

Felt, E. P. 1915. Soft Maple Leaf Midge, Rhabdophaga aceris Shim. Economic Entomology 8:549-550.

Felt, E. P. 1915. The Breeding Record of Anthrenus verbasci Linn. Economic Entomology 8:430.

Felt, E. P. 1915. The Gall Midges of the Pine. Brooklyn Entomological Society Bulletin 10:74-76.

Felt, E. P. 1914. Additions to the Gall Midge Fauna of New England. Psyche: A Journal of Entomology 21:109-113.

Felt, E. P. 1914. Anthrocnodax constricta n. sp. Economic Entomology 7:481.

Felt, E. P. 1914. Aplonyx sacrobati n. sp. Pomona College Journal of Entomology and Zoology 6:93-94.

Felt, E. P. 1914. Conical Grape Gall: Cecidomyia viticola. Economic Entomology 7:339.

Felt, E. P. 1914. Descriptions of Gall Midges. Journal of the New York Entomological Society 22(2):124-134.

Felt, E. P. 1914. Fly Control. American Journal of Public Health 6:621-622.

Felt, E. P. 1914. Gall Midges as Forest Insects. Ottawa Naturalist 28:76-79.

Felt, E. P. 1914. Genera Based Upon Erroniously Determined Species. Smithsonian Institution, Publication 2256:157.

Felt, E. P. 1914. Hormomyia bulla n. sp. Canadian Entomologist 46:286-287.

Felt, E. P. 1914. Insects of the Hudson Valley. New York State Fruit Growers Association Proceedings 13:163-168.

Felt, E. P. 1914. List of Zoophagus Itondideae. Economic Entomology 7:458-459.

Felt, E. P. 1914. New Gall Midges (Itonididae). Insector Inscitiae Menstruus 2:117-123.

Felt, E. P. 1914. Notes on Forest Insects. Journal of Economic Entomology 7:373-375.

Felt, E. P. 1914. Spraying for Insect Pests. Massachusetts Fruits Growers' Association Report 20:89-101.

Felt, E. P. 1913. 28th Report of the State Entomologist on Injurious and other Insects of the state of NY 1912. New York State Museum Bulletin 165. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Felt, E. P. 1913. A Rhododendron Borer. Economic Entomology 6:427.

Felt, E. P. 1913. Adaptation in Gall Midges. Canadian Entomologist 45:371-379.

Felt, E. P. 1913. Arcaroletes pseudococci n. sp. Economic Entomology 7:148-149.

Felt, E. P. 1913. Bleeding Trees. Economic Entomology 6:285-286.

Felt, E. P. 1913. Crystodiplosis eugeniae n. sp. Entomological News 24:175-176.

Felt, E. P. 1913. Descriptions of Gall Midges (Diptera). Journal of the New York Entomological Society 21(3):213-219.

Felt, E. P. 1913. Diadiplosis coccidivora n. sp. Entomology 47:86.

Felt, E. P. 1913. Didactylomyia capitata, sp. nov. Psyche: A Journal of Entomology 20:174.

Felt, E. P. 1913. Gall Midges in an Aquatic or Semiaquatic Environment. Journal of the New York Entomological Society 21(1):62-63.

Felt, E. P. 1913. Gouty Pine Midge (Itonida inopsis O. S.). Economic Entomology 6:331.

Felt, E. P. 1913. Itonida anthici n. sp. Economic Entomology 6:278-279.

Felt, E. P. 1913. Miscellanious Notes. Journal of the New York Entomological Society 21:273-275.

Felt, E. P. 1913. Mosquito Control. American Society of Civil Engineers Transactions 76:771.

Felt, E. P. 1913. Phytonomus meles Fabr. Economic Entomology 6:283-284.

Felt, E. P. 1913. Self-boiled Lime Sulpher. Rural New Yorker 72:600.

Felt, E. P. 1913. Spraying in the Hudson Valley. New York State Fruit Growers Association Proceedings 267-275.

Felt, E. P. 1913. Table of Hickory Leaf Gall Midges. Brooklyn Entomological Society Bulletin 8:98-99.

Felt, E. P. 1913. The Gall Midge Fauna of New England. Psyche: A Journal of Entomology 20:133-146.

Felt, E. P. 1913. The Golden Rod and Its Gall Flies. Guide to Nature 6:149-151.

Felt, E. P. 1913. Three New Gall Midges. Canadian Entomologist 45:304-308.

Felt, E. P. 1913. Two Canadian Gall Midges. Canadian Entomologist 40:417-418.

Felt, E. P. 1912. 27th Report of the State Entomologist on Injurious and other Insects of the state of NY 1911. New York State Museum Bulletin 155. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Felt, E. P. 1912. Anthrenus verbasci. Economic Entomology 5:297.

Felt, E. P. 1912. Arthrocondax occidentalis n. sp. Economic Entomology 5:402.

Felt, E. P. 1912. Biology of Miastor and Oligarces. Science 35(894):278-280.

Felt, E. P. 1912. Bronze Birch Borer. Garden Magazine 15(1):36.

Felt, E. P. 1912. Control of Insect Pests in Institutions. Journal of Home Economics 4:16-26.

Felt, E. P. 1912. Diarthronomyia california n. sp. Pomona College Journal of Entomology 4:752.

Felt, E. P. 1912. Elm Leaf Beetle and White-Marked Tussock Moth. New York State Museum Bulletin 156. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Felt, E. P. 1912. Fight Against Codling Moth. Rural New Yorker 71:355, 393, 395.

Felt, E. P. 1912. Household Entomology. U . S. Deptment of Agriculture, Bureau of Entomology, Bulletin 42:109-110.

Felt, E. P. 1912. Itinoda inopsis O. S. Economic Entomology 5:368-369.

Felt, E. P. 1912. Lasiopteryx manihot n. sp. (Diptera). Canadian Entomologist 44:144.

Felt, E. P. 1912. New Gall Midges or Itonidae (Dipt.). Journal of the New York Entomological Society 20(3):146-156.

Felt, E. P. 1912. New Itonididae (Dipt.). Journal of the New York Entomological Society 20(2):102-107.

Felt, E. P. 1912. New West Indian Gall Midges. Entomology News 23:173-177.

Felt, E. P. 1912. Notes. Journal of the New York Entomological Society 20:292-293.

Felt, E. P. 1912. Observations on the Identity of the Wheat Midge. Economic Entomology 5:286-288.

Felt, E. P. 1912. Observations on Uleella Rubs. Entomological News 23:353-354.

Felt, E. P. 1912. Practical Methods of Controlling Codling Moth. Western New York Horticultural Society Proceedings 74-82.

Felt, E. P. 1912. Prevention of Mosquito Breeding. American Association of Civil Engineers Proceedings 39:153-154.

Felt, E. P. 1912. Priority Vs. Nomina Conservanda. Science 36(914):17-18.

Felt, E. P. 1912. Recent Experiments with the Codling Moth. Economic Entomology 5:153-159.

Felt, E. P. 1912. Scientific Notes. Economic Entomology 5:398, 403, 411.

Felt, E. P. 1912. Some Orchid Insects. U. S. Department of Agriculture, Bureau of Entomology, Bulletin 42:102-103.

Felt, E. P. 1912. Spraying for Codling Moth. New York State Fruit Growers Association Proceedings 190-197.

Felt, E. P. 1912. Studies in Itonididae. Journal of the New York Entomological Society 20(4):236-248.

Felt, E. P. 1912. The Fundamentals of Spraying. New York State Department of Agriculture Bulletin 37:1413-1420.

Felt, E. P. 1912. The Gall Midge Fauna of Western North America. Pomona College Journal of Entomology 4:753-757.

Felt, E. P. 1912. The Identity of Better Known Gall Midges. Ottawa Naturalist 25:164-167, 181-188.

Felt, E. P. 1911. Three New Gall Midges (Dipt.). Journal of the New York Entomological Society 19(3):190-193.

Felt, E. P. 1911. 26th Report of the State Entomologist on Injurious and other Insects of the state of NY 1910. New York State Museum Bulletin 147. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Felt, E. P. 1911. A Generic Synopsis of the Itonidae. Journal of the New York Entomological Society 19(1):31-62.

Felt, E. P. 1911. A New Lestodiplosis. Entomological News 22:10-11.

Felt, E. P. 1911. A New Species of Lasioptera with Observations on Certain Homologies. Psyche 18:84-86.

Felt, E. P. 1911. A Summer Spray. Country Gentleman 76:480.

Felt, E. P. 1911. Apple Borers. Country Gentleman 76:502.

Felt, E. P. 1911. Bean Weevil. Country Gentleman 76:409.

Felt, E. P. 1911. Billbugs in Corn. Country Gentleman 76:586.

Felt, E. P. 1911. Cicadas in New York. Country Gentleman 76:590.

Felt, E. P. 1911. Codling Moth. New York State Department of Agriculture Bulletin 28:237-250.

Felt, E. P. 1911. Cutworms in the Garden. Country Gentleman 76:482.

Felt, E. P. 1911. Do Sprays Poison People?. Country Gentleman 76:154.

Felt, E. P. 1911. Elm Beetle. Country Gentleman 76:313.

Felt, E. P. 1911. Endaphis hirta n. sp. Entomological News 22:224.

Felt, E. P. 1911. Endaphis Kieff. in the Americas (Dipt.). Entomological News 22:128-129.

Felt, E. P. 1911. Four New Gall Midges. Entomological News 22:301-305.

Felt, E. P. 1911. Fumigation Poisoning. Country Gentleman 76:235.

Felt, E. P. 1911. Gipsy and Brown Tail Moths. Country Gentleman 76:358.

Felt, E. P. 1911. Hosts and Galls of American Gall Midges (Dipt.). Journal of the New York Entomological Society 19:451-475.

Felt, E. P. 1911. Insects. Country Gentleman 76:502.

Felt, E. P. 1911. Insects (A. anxius). Country Gentleman 76:502.

Felt, E. P. 1911. Miaster. Economic Entomology 4:414.

Felt, E. P. 1911. Miastor and Embryology. Science 33(843):302-303.

Felt, E. P. 1911. Miastor Larvae. Science 33(850):583.

Felt, E. P. 1911. New Species of Gall Midges. Economic Entomology 4:546-559.

Felt, E. P. 1911. New Species of Itonidae. Economic Entomology 4:476-484.

Felt, E. P. 1911. Rhopalomyia grossulariae n. sp. Economic Entomology 4:347.

Felt, E. P. 1911. Rose Beetles. Country Gentleman 76:607.

Felt, E. P. 1911. Rose Leaf Hopper, Typhlocyba rosae Linn.. Economic Entomology 4:413-414.

Felt, E. P. 1911. Salt and Cutworms. Country Gentleman 76:586.

Felt, E. P. 1911. Silver-spotted Skipper. Country Gentleman 76:607.

Felt, E. P. 1911. Some Spraying Coumpounds. Country Gentleman 76:314.

Felt, E. P. 1911. Spraying an Apple Orchard. Country Gentleman 76:314.

Felt, E. P. 1911. Summary of Food Habits of American Gall Midges. Entomological Society of America Annals 4:55-62.

Felt, E. P. 1911. The Increase and Control of San Jose Scale. Maine Agricultural Experiment Station Bulletin 12-16:37-40.

Felt, E. P. 1911. Two New Gall Midges. Canadian Entomologist 43:194-196.

Felt, E. P. 1911. Two New Gall Midges (Dipt.). Entomological News 22:109-111.

Felt, E. P. 1910. 25th Report of the State Entomologist on Injurious and other Insects of the state of NY 1909. New York State Museum Bulletin 141. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Felt, E. P. 1910. Apple Tree Borer. Country Gentleman 75:642.

Felt, E. P. 1910. Asparagus Beetle. Country Gentleman 75:840.

Felt, E. P. 1910. Beans Hurt by Maggot. Country Gentleman 75:660.

Felt, E. P. 1910. Beet Leaf Miner. Country Gentleman 75:622.

Felt, E. P. 1910. Bleeding Elm - Beetle. Country Gentleman 75:245.

Felt, E. P. 1910. Borer. Country Gentleman 75:517.

Felt, E. P. 1910. Codling Moth in the Hudson Valley. Country Gentleman 75:1174.

Felt, E. P. 1910. Control of Flies and other Household Insects. New York State Museum Bulletin 136. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Felt, E. P. 1910. Corn, Cutworms, and Ants. Country Gentleman 75:107.

Felt, E. P. 1910. Cutworms in the Garden. Country Gentleman 75:518.

Felt, E. P. 1910. Deformed Apples. Country Gentleman 75:82.

Felt, E. P. 1910. Flea Beetle. Country Gentleman 75:682.

Felt, E. P. 1910. Flies in the Stable. Country Gentleman 75:628.

Felt, E. P. 1910. Fruit Tree Pests and Their Control. Massachusetts Fruits Growers' Association Reports 12-16:141-157.

Felt, E. P. 1910. Gall Midges of Aster, Carya, Quercus and Salix. Economic Entomology 3:347-356.

Felt, E. P. 1910. Green Fruit Worm. Country Gentleman 75:646.

Felt, E. P. 1910. Harvest Mites. Country Gentleman 75:840.

Felt, E. P. 1910. Insects and Scale Pests Common to New England and Best Remedy for Each. Massachusetts Fruits Growers' Association Reports 12-16:7-12.

Felt, E. P. 1910. Insects in the Grain. Country Gentleman 75:1025.

Felt, E. P. 1910. Leopard Moth. Country Gentleman 75:396.

Felt, E. P. 1910. Malaria and Mosquitos in New York. Atti della Societa per gli Studi della Malaria 9:1-12.

Felt, E. P. 1910. Maple Leaf Aphis. Country Gentleman 75:603.

Felt, E. P. 1910. Maple Scale. Country Gentleman 75:703.

Felt, E. P. 1910. Melon Aphis. Country Gentleman 75:764.

Felt, E. P. 1910. Methods of Controlling the House Fly and Thus Preventing the Dissemination of Disease. New York Medical Journal 91:685-687.

Felt, E. P. 1910. Observations on the House Fly. Economic Entomology 3:24-26.

Felt, E. P. 1910. Onion Maggot. Country Gentleman 75:642.

Felt, E. P. 1910. Oyster Shell Scale. Country Gentleman 75:347.

Felt, E. P. 1910. Peach Twig Borer. Country Gentleman 75:470.

Felt, E. P. 1910. Plant Lice. Country Gentleman 75:722.

Felt, E. P. 1910. Recent Experiments with the Codling Moth. Economic Entomology 3:474-477.

Felt, E. P. 1910. Recent Observations on European Insects in America. Economic Entomology 3:340-343.

Felt, E. P. 1910. Red Spider. Country Gentleman 75:762.

Felt, E. P. 1910. Repelling Squash Bugs. Country Gentleman 75:1222.

Felt, E. P. 1910. Scale and Fungus Attacks. Country Gentleman 75:107.

Felt, E. P. 1910. Scale on Maple. Country Gentleman 75:789.

Felt, E. P. 1910. Schizomyia ipomoeae n. sp. Entomological News 21:160-161.

Felt, E. P. 1910. Scientific Notes. Economic Entomology 3:381.

Felt, E. P. 1910. Some Tree Crickets. Country Gentleman 75:182.

Felt, E. P. 1910. Spraying for Codling Moth. Country Gentleman 75:322.

Felt, E. P. 1910. Spraying for the Codling Moth. Economic Entomology 3:172-176.

Felt, E. P. 1910. Struggle with the Scale. New York Apple Orchards Saved. Rural New Yorker 69:256.

Felt, E. P. 1910. The Apple Maggot. Country Gentleman 75:271.

Felt, E. P. 1910. The Elm Leaf Beetle. Country Gentleman 75:740.

Felt, E. P. 1910. The Greenhouse White Fly. Country Gentleman 75:1198.

Felt, E. P. 1910. The Latest and best Methods of Controlling Insects and Fungus Pests Attacking Our Fruits and Ornamentals. Maine Agricultural Experiment Station Bulletin 12-16:84-93.

Felt, E. P. 1910. The Leopard Moth. Country Gentleman 75:922.

Felt, E. P. 1910. Tree Spraying. Country Gentleman 75:789.

Felt, E. P. 1910. Tulip Scale. Country Gentleman 75:840.

Felt, E. P. 1910. Two New Cecidomyiidae. Entomological News 21:10-12.

Felt, E. P. 1910. Vermin in the House. Country Gentleman 75:800.

Felt, E. P. 1910. West Indian Cecidomyiidae. Entomological News 21:268-270.

Felt, E. P. 1910. Woolly Aphis. Country Gentleman 75:840.

Felt, E. P. 1910. Work with the Codling Moth. Country Gentleman 75:230.

Felt, E. P. 1909. 24th Report of the State Entomologist on Injurious and Other Insects of the state of NY 1908. New York State Museum Bulletin 134. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Felt, E. P. 1909. A Caterpillar. Country Gentleman 74:880.

Felt, E. P. 1909. A Diseased Elm Tree. Country Gentleman 74:951.

Felt, E. P. 1909. Additional Rearings in Cecidomyiidae. Economic Entomology 2:286-293.

Felt, E. P. 1909. An Army Worm Outbreak. Country Gentleman 74:614.

Felt, E. P. 1909. Anthrenus verbasci Linn. Economic Entomology 2:193.

Felt, E. P. 1909. Apples Injured by Insects. Country Gentleman 74:859.

Felt, E. P. 1909. Arsenite of Lead. Country Gentleman 74:235.

Felt, E. P. 1909. Brown Tail Moth, Euproctus chrysorrhoea Linn. Economic Entomology 2:80.

Felt, E. P. 1909. Bud Worm. Country Gentleman 74:594.

Felt, E. P. 1909. Cabbage Lice. Country Gentleman 74:776.

Felt, E. P. 1909. Cabbage Worm. Country Gentleman 74:548.

Felt, E. P. 1909. Canker Worms in Orchard. Country Gentleman 71:1187.

Felt, E. P. 1909. Caterpillars. Country Gentleman 74:572.

Felt, E. P. 1909. Celery Blight. Country Gentleman 71:971.

Felt, E. P. 1909. Codling Moth. Country Gentleman 74:572.

Felt, E. P. 1909. Control for Hop Louse. Country Gentleman 74:655.

Felt, E. P. 1909. Controlling Codling Moth. Country Gentleman 74:348.

Felt, E. P. 1909. Cucumber Beetle. Country Gentleman 74:525.

Felt, E. P. 1909. Cutworms in Corn. Country Gentleman 74:859.

Felt, E. P. 1909. Destroying the Clover Mite. Garden Magazine 9:124.

Felt, E. P. 1909. Falling Leaves. Country Gentleman 74:655.

Felt, E. P. 1909. For Codling Moth. Country Gentleman 74:403.

Felt, E. P. 1909. Further Observations on Contarinia. Economic Entomology 2:257.

Felt, E. P. 1909. Gall Midges of the Goldenrod. Ottawa Naturalist 22:244-249.

Felt, E. P. 1909. Gipsy and Brown Tail Moth Work. Country Gentleman 74:756.

Felt, E. P. 1909. Greenhouse Scale. Country Gentleman 64:104.

Felt, E. P. 1909. Insects and Legislation. Economic Entomology 2:342-345.

Felt, E. P. 1909. Lillac Borer. Country Gentleman 74:803.

Felt, E. P. 1909. Luminous Larvae. Country Gentleman 74:907.

Felt, E. P. 1909. Maple Gall. Country Gentleman 74:572.

Felt, E. P. 1909. New Species of West Indian Cecidomyiidae. Entomological News 20:299-302.

Felt, E. P. 1909. Oak Caterpillar. Country Gentleman 74:904.

Felt, E. P. 1909. Oak Leaf Miner. Country Gentleman 74:734.

Felt, E. P. 1909. Oyster Scale. Country Gentleman 74:153.

Felt, E. P. 1909. Pests of Chestnut Trees. Country Gentleman 74:344.

Felt, E. P. 1909. Plant Lice. Country Gentleman 74:635.

Felt, E. P. 1909. Plum Aphis-Rose Leaf Hopper. Country Gentleman 74:616.

Felt, E. P. 1909. Probably Elm Leaf Borer. Country Gentleman 74:822.

Felt, E. P. 1909. Prolificacy of Plant Lice. Commercial West 15:59.

Felt, E. P. 1909. Recent Importations of the Brown Tail Moth in French Apple Seedlings. National Nurseryman 17(Feb):46-47.

Felt, E. P. 1909. Scientific Notes. Economic Entomology 2:306-307.

Felt, E. P. 1909. Spray Poisoning. Country Gentleman 74:403.

Felt, E. P. 1909. Spray Pumps. Country Gentleman 74:403.

Felt, E. P. 1909. Spraying. Country Gentleman 74:346.

Felt, E. P. 1909. Spraying for Codling Moth. New York State Fruit Growers Association Proceedings 8:113-121.

Felt, E. P. 1909. Spruce Gall Aphis. Country Gentleman 74:500.

Felt, E. P. 1909. Squash Bugs. Country Gentleman 74:775.

Felt, E. P. 1909. Squash Vines. Country Gentleman 74:754.

Felt, E. P. 1909. Strawberry Grubs. Country Gentleman 74:775.

Felt, E. P. 1909. Sugar Maple Borer. Country Gentleman 74:654.

Felt, E. P. 1909. The Birch and Witch-Hazel Louse. Country Gentleman 74:656.

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.

Felt, E. P. 1909. The Grain Weevil. Country Gentleman 74:907.

Felt, E. P. 1909. The Interpretation of Nature. Entomological Society of Ottawa 39th Report 23-30.

Felt, E. P. 1909. The Maple Tree Borer. Country Gentleman 74:859.

Felt, E. P. 1909. Tortoise Beetle. Country Gentleman 74:755.

Felt, E. P. 1909. Unicorn Prominent. Country Gentleman 74:775.

Felt, E. P. 1909. What Ails Your Plants?. Garden Magazine 9:221-225.

Felt, E. P. 1909. Where This Year's Insects Came From. Garden Magazine 10(Sept.):68-69.

Felt, E. P. 1909. Worst Than Most Diseases. Country Gentleman 74:859.

Felt, E. P. 1908. A Difficult Apple Maggot. Country Gentleman 73:962.

Felt, E. P. 1908. A Scale. Country Gentleman 73:961.

Felt, E. P. 1908. Apple and Grape Pests. Country Gentleman 73:607.

Felt, E. P. 1908. Apple Canker Worms. Country Gentleman 73:608.

Felt, E. P. 1908. Bark Louse. Country Gentleman 73:488.

Felt, E. P. 1908. Blister Mites. Country Gentleman 73:706.

Felt, E. P. 1908. Contarinia gossypii n. sp. Entomological News 19:210-211.

Felt, E. P. 1908. Currant Worm. Country Gentleman 73:536-537.

Felt, E. P. 1908. Cutworms and Wireworms. Country Gentleman 73:608.

Felt, E. P. 1908. Elm Leaf Aphis. Country Gentleman 73:647.

Felt, E. P. 1908. Entomological Notes. American Fruits 8:13.

Felt, E. P. 1908. Entomological Notes for 1907. Economic Entomology 1:148-150.

Felt, E. P. 1908. Fighting Scale. Suburban Life 6:38-40.

Felt, E. P. 1908. Giant Caterpillar. Country Gentleman 73:746.

Felt, E. P. 1908. Gipsey and Brown Tail Moths and Miscellaneous Notes. Western New York Horticultural Society Proceedings 53:112-114.

Felt, E. P. 1908. Gipsey Moth Work. Country Gentleman 73:667.

Felt, E. P. 1908. Grain Moth. Country Gentleman 73:767.

Felt, E. P. 1908. Hair Snake. Country Gentleman 73:128.

Felt, E. P. 1908. Insect Bands. Country Gentleman 73:961.

Felt, E. P. 1908. Insect Control in its Larger Aspects. New York State Fruit Growers Association Proceedings 139-145.

Felt, E. P. 1908. Insecticides. Country Gentleman 73:606-607.

Felt, E. P. 1908. Katydid Eggs. Country Gentleman 73:984.

Felt, E. P. 1908. Leaf Mites. Country Gentleman 73:747.

Felt, E. P. 1908. Melon Aphis. Country Gentleman 73:786.

Felt, E. P. 1908. Moth Work in Massachusetts. Country Gentleman 73:598-599.

Felt, E. P. 1908. Notes on the Work Against the Gipsey Moth. Economic Entomology 1:275-276.

Felt, E. P. 1908. Observations on the Biology and Food Habits of Cecidomyiidae. Economic Entomology 1:18-21.

Felt, E. P. 1908. Observations on the Genus Contarinia. Economic Entomology 1:225-228.

Felt, E. P. 1908. Oyster Scale. Country Gentleman 73:686.

Felt, E. P. 1908. Saddle Back. Country Gentleman 73:812.

Felt, E. P. 1908. San Jose Scale. Country Gentleman 73:647.

Felt, E. P. 1908. Scientific Notes. Economic Entomology 1:243, 276, 280.

Felt, E. P. 1908. Some Problems in Nomenclature. Entomological Society of America Annals 1:102-104.

Felt, E. P. 1908. The Hop Merchant. Country Gentleman 73:667.

Felt, E. P. 1908. The Insect Year. Country Gentleman 73:107.

Felt, E. P. 1908. The Soldier Bug. Country Gentleman 73:704.

Felt, E. P. 1908. The Wheat Wire Worm. Country Gentleman 73:910.

Felt, E. P. 1908. Varieties of Tussock Moth. Country Gentleman 73:1005.

Felt, E. P. 1908. Wireworms. Country Gentleman 73:646.

Felt, E. P. 1907. 22nd Report of the State Entomologist on Injurious and Other Insects of the state of NY. New York State Museum Bulletin 110. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Felt, E. P. 1907. A Caterpillar. Country Gentleman 72:1025.

Felt, E. P. 1907. Apple and Tree Skeletonizer (Hermerophila pariana Clerk). Economic Entomology 10:502.

Felt, E. P. 1907. Apple Maggot or Railroad Worm. Country Gentleman 72:640.

Felt, E. P. 1907. Apple Plant Lice. Country Gentleman 72:658.

Felt, E. P. 1907. Bag Worms. Country Gentleman 72:861.

Felt, E. P. 1907. Bagworm. Country Gentleman 72:758.

Felt, E. P. 1907. Bark Louse. Country Gentleman 71:336.

Felt, E. P. 1907. Beet Leaf Miner. Country Gentleman 72:638.

Felt, E. P. 1907. Cecidomyia arcarivora n. sp. Entomological News 17:242.

Felt, E. P. 1907. Cecidomyiidae: A Statement. Canadian Entomologist 39:197-198.

Felt, E. P. 1907. Fleas. Country Gentleman 72:384.

Felt, E. P. 1907. Gall Gnats or Cecidomyiidae. Canadian Entomologist 39:143-144.

Felt, E. P. 1907. Gipsy and Brown Tail Moths.. Country Gentleman 72:483.

Felt, E. P. 1907. Mole Cricket. Country Gentleman 72:928.

Felt, E. P. 1907. Mottled Willow Borer. Country Gentleman 72:660.

Felt, E. P. 1907. Notes on the Insects of the Year 1906 in New York State. U . S. Deptment of Agriculture, Bureau of Entomology, Bulletin 67:39-43.

Felt, E. P. 1907. Potato Bugs. Country Gentleman 72:861.

Felt, E. P. 1907. Scale and Plant Lice. Country Gentleman 72:421.

Felt, E. P. 1907. Squash Borer. Country Gentleman 72:778.

Felt, E. P. 1907. The Gipsey and Brown Tail Moths. Rural New Yorker 66:86.

Felt, E. P. 1907. Three Imported Pests. New York State Fruit Growers Association Proceedings 144-149.

Felt, E. P. 1907. Tree Brands. Country Gentleman 72:8.

Felt, E. P. 1907. Two Common Orchard Scales. Country Gentleman 72:552.

Felt, E. P. 1907. Two Destructive Borers. Suburban Life 4:300.

Felt, E. P. 1907. Whale Oil Soap. Country Gentleman 72:618.

Felt, E. P. 1907. What Makes Hickory Galls. Garden Magazine 8:154-155.

Felt, E. P. 1907. Wheel Bugs. Country Gentleman 72:593.

Felt, E. P. 1907. White Grubs and Wire Worms. Country Gentleman 72:421.

Felt, E. P. 1906. 21st report of the State Entomologist on Injurious and Other Insects of the State of New York 1905. New York State Museum Bulletin 104. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Felt, E. P. 1906. A Winter Campaign Against Scale Insects. Garden Magazine 2:270.

Felt, E. P. 1906. An Enemy to Grass and Corn. The So-called Grass Webworm. Country Gentleman 71:612.

Felt, E. P. 1906. Ants in Lawn. Suburban Life 3:90.

Felt, E. P. 1906. Appletree Pests. Garden Magazine 2:36, 38.

Felt, E. P. 1906. Bag Worm. Country Gentleman 71:185.

Felt, E. P. 1906. Black Flea Beetle. Country Gentleman 71:872.

Felt, E. P. 1906. Bordeaux Mixture for Potatos. Country Gentleman 71:157.

Felt, E. P. 1906. Box Elder Plant Bug. Suburban Life 2:86.

Felt, E. P. 1906. Cherry Borers. Country Gentleman 71:593.

Felt, E. P. 1906. Cornstalk Borers. Country Gentleman 71:714.

Felt, E. P. 1906. Crude Carbolic Acid for Scale. Country Gentleman 71:636.

Felt, E. P. 1906. Cucumber Insects. Country Gentleman 71:715.

Felt, E. P. 1906. Currant Aphids. Suburban Life 3:90.

Felt, E. P. 1906. Currant Aphis-Asparagus. Country Gentleman 71:775.

Felt, E. P. 1906. Experiments with Pesticides on the San Jose Scale. U. S. Department of Agriculture, Bureau of Entomology, Bulletin 60:137-138.

Felt, E. P. 1906. Fighting Garden Pests. Suburban Life 2:293.

Felt, E. P. 1906. Gipsy and Brown Tail Moths. New York State Fruit Growers Association Proceedings 71-77.

Felt, E. P. 1906. Gipsy Moth (Porthetria dispar Linn.). Report of the Commission for the Suppression of Gipsy and Brown Tail Moths (R. I.) 71-72.

Felt, E. P. 1906. Hair Snakes or Cut Worms. Country Gentleman 71:643.

Felt, E. P. 1906. Injurious Insects 1905. New York State Fruit Growers Association Proceedings 120-124.

Felt, E. P. 1906. Insect Enemies of Onamental Trees. Suburban Life 2:248-250.

Felt, E. P. 1906. Insects Affecting Park and Woodland Trees. New York State Museum Memoir 8. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Felt, E. P. 1906. Lime-sulpher Formulae. Country Gentleman 71:256.

Felt, E. P. 1906. Melon Pests. Country Gentleman 71:592.

Felt, E. P. 1906. New York Entomologic Service. Country Gentleman 71:472-473.

Felt, E. P. 1906. Notes for 1905 from New York. U. S. Department of Agriculture, Bureau of Entomology, Bulletin 60:89-90.

Felt, E. P. 1906. Oyster Scale. Country Gentleman 71:872.

Felt, E. P. 1906. Pear Blister Mite. Country Gentleman 71:944.

Felt, E. P. 1906. Petrolium for Scale. Country Gentleman 71:281.

Felt, E. P. 1906. Poison Formulas. Country Gentleman 71:145-146.

Felt, E. P. 1906. Producing Smooth Potatoes. Country Gentleman 71:277.

Felt, E. P. 1906. Red Ants. Suburban Life 2:301-302.

Felt, E. P. 1906. Remedies for Scale. Country Gentleman 71:162.

Felt, E. P. 1906. Rose Beetles. Country Gentleman 71:614.

Felt, E. P. 1906. Rose Bugs. Country Gentleman 71:635.

Felt, E. P. 1906. Salt is Useless. Country Gentleman 71:232.

Felt, E. P. 1906. San Jose Scale. Country Gentleman 71:921.

Felt, E. P. 1906. Scale in Orchard. Country Gentleman 71:114.

Felt, E. P. 1906. Scale in Orchard.. Country Gentleman 71:184.

Felt, E. P. 1906. Scurfy Scale. Country Gentleman 71:969.

Felt, E. P. 1906. Spraying Calendar. Suburban Life 2:144-145.

Felt, E. P. 1906. Squash and Cucumber Pests. Country Gentleman 71:800.

Felt, E. P. 1906. Squash Bugs. Country Gentleman 71:1208.

Felt, E. P. 1906. The Gipsy and Brown Tail Moths. New York State Museum Bulletin 103. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Felt, E. P. 1906. The Moth Situation. Country Gentleman 71:681.

Felt, E. P. 1906. Tulip Tree Scale. Country Gentleman 71:754.

Felt, E. P. 1905. A New Way of Killing the San Jose Scale. Garden Magazine 1:76.

Felt, E. P. 1905. An Army Worm Outbreak. Country Gentleman 70:694.

Felt, E. P. 1905. Birch Blight. Country Gentleman 70:932.

Felt, E. P. 1905. Cercropia Moth. Country Gentleman 70:584.

Felt, E. P. 1905. Cherry Aphid. Country Gentleman 70:606.

Felt, E. P. 1905. Controlling San Jose Scale. Country Gentleman 70:261.

Felt, E. P. 1905. Culex brittoni. Entomology News 16:79-80.

Felt, E. P. 1905. Danger in the Use of Sprays. Country Gentleman 70:592.

Felt, E. P. 1905. Electric Light or Giant Water Bug. Country Gentleman 70:689.

Felt, E. P. 1905. Elm Leaf Beetle. Country Gentleman 70:666.

Felt, E. P. 1905. Experiments with Lime-Sulpher Washes. U. S. Department of Agriculture, Bureau of Entomology, Bulletin 52:25-27.

Felt, E. P. 1905. Fighting San Jose Scale. Country Gentleman 70:774.

Felt, E. P. 1905. Getting Poison Ready. Garden Magazine 1:144.

Felt, E. P. 1905. Gnarled Pears. Country Gentleman 70:885.

Felt, E. P. 1905. Go for Cutworms. Country Gentleman 70:340.

Felt, E. P. 1905. Hickory Gall Aphid. Country Gentleman 70:564.

Felt, E. P. 1905. How to Kill the San Jose Scale. Garden Magazine 1:22-23.

Felt, E. P. 1905. Important Work in May. Garden Magazine 1:200, 202.

Felt, E. P. 1905. Locust Borer. Country Gentleman 70:884.

Felt, E. P. 1905. Martins for Mosquitos. Country Gentleman 70:296.

Felt, E. P. 1905. May Flies and Midges of New York, Third Report on Aquatic Insects. New York State Museum Bulletin 86. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Felt, E. P. 1905. Moth Traps Again. Country Gentleman 70:814-815.

Felt, E. P. 1905. New York Entomologic Service. Country Gentleman 70:537.

Felt, E. P. 1905. New York State Fruit Growers Association. Report of the Committee on Entomology. Country Gentleman 70:106.

Felt, E. P. 1905. Notes for the Year in New York. U . S. Deptment of Agriculture, Bureau of Entomology, Bulletin 52:51-52.

Felt, E. P. 1905. Perhaps Elm Leaf Beetle. Country Gentleman 70:592.

Felt, E. P. 1905. Rose Beetles, Squash Bugs, and Asparagus Beetles. Garden Magazine 1:234.

Felt, E. P. 1905. San Jose Scale on the Move. Garden Magazine 1:284.

Felt, E. P. 1905. Spittle Insects or Frog Hoppers. Country Gentleman 70:669.

Felt, E. P. 1905. Spraying Apples. Country Gentleman 70:838.

Felt, E. P. 1905. Stingless Bee. Country Gentleman 70:870.

Felt, E. P. 1905. The Borers are Active. Garden Magazine 1:82.

Felt, E. P. 1905. The Round Headed Apple Tree Borer. Country Gentleman 70:501.

Felt, E. P. 1905. To Corn Planters. Country Gentleman 70:492.

Felt, E. P. 1905. Trapping Squash Bugs. Country Gentleman 70:747.

Felt, E. P. 1905. Webworm Injuries. Country Gentleman 70:513.

Felt, E. P. 1905. Woolly Maple-leaf Aphid. Country Gentleman 70:689.

Felt, E. P. 1904. 19th Report of the State Entomologist on Injurious and Other Insects of the State of New York 1903. New York State Museum Bulletin 76. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Felt, E. P. 1904. A Promising Combination for Scale. American Agriculturist 101:530.

Felt, E. P. 1904. Ants in Lawn. Country Gentleman 69:512.

Felt, E. P. 1904. Apple Tree Caterpillars. Country Gentleman 69:841.

Felt, E. P. 1904. Apple-tree Bark-louse. Country Gentleman 69:296.

Felt, E. P. 1904. Bark Louse. Country Gentleman 69:416.

Felt, E. P. 1904. Beetle-Lice. Country Gentleman 69:747.

Felt, E. P. 1904. Blue-banded Milliped. Country Gentleman 69:537.

Felt, E. P. 1904. Buffalo Moth. Country Gentleman 69:1028.

Felt, E. P. 1904. Cabbage Worms. Country Gentleman 69:667.

Felt, E. P. 1904. Cutworms. Country Gentleman 69:676.

Felt, E. P. 1904. Elm Gall. Country Gentleman 69:676.

Felt, E. P. 1904. Fall Apple-leaf Miners. Country Gentleman 69:993.

Felt, E. P. 1904. False Caterpillar. Country Gentleman 69:841.

Felt, E. P. 1904. Hickory Leaf-gall. Country Gentleman 69:887.

Felt, E. P. 1904. Importance of Laboratory and Field Work in Economic Entomology. Proceedings of the Annual Conventions of American Agricultural Colleges and Experimental Stations 17:182-184.

Felt, E. P. 1904. Killing Ants. Country Gentleman 69:817.

Felt, E. P. 1904. Larder Beetle. Country Gentleman 69:707.

Felt, E. P. 1904. Mosquitos or Culicidae of New York State. New York State Museum Bulletin 79. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Felt, E. P. 1904. Oak Potato Gall. Country Gentleman 69:817.

Felt, E. P. 1904. Observations in 1903. U. S. Department of Agriculture, Bureau of Entomology, Bulletin 46:65-69.

Felt, E. P. 1904. Owl Beetle. Country Gentleman 69:560-561.

Felt, E. P. 1904. Pea Louse. Pea Louse 69:369.

Felt, E. P. 1904. Recent Work upon the Grapevine Root Worm. Proceedings of the Western New York Agricultural Society 48-51.

Felt, E. P. 1904. Remedies for the San Jose Scale. U. S. Department of Agriculture, Bureau of Entomology, Bulletin 46:52-54.

Felt, E. P. 1904. San Jose Scale. Country Gentleman 69:676.

Felt, E. P. 1904. San Jose Scale in New York. Rural New Yorker 63:589.

Felt, E. P. 1904. Scurfy Bark-louse. Country Gentleman 69:1076.

Felt, E. P. 1904. The Cause and Control of Insect Depredations. Proiceedings of the Society for the Advacement of Agricultural Science 73-83.

Felt, E. P. 1903. 18th Report of the State Entomologist on Injurious and Other insects of NY 1902. New York State Museum Bulletin 64. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Felt, E. P. 1903. Advice About Spraying. Country Gentleman 68:392.

Felt, E. P. 1903. Apple-tree Bark-louse. Country Gentleman 68:276.

Felt, E. P. 1903. Arsenate of Lead. Country Gentleman 68:252.

Felt, E. P. 1903. Beneficial Insects. Country Gentleman 68:206.

Felt, E. P. 1903. Beware the Pea Weevil. Country Gentleman 68:63.

Felt, E. P. 1903. Chinese Lady Bugs. Country Gentleman 68:871.

Felt, E. P. 1903. Cucumber Beetle. Country Gentleman 68:43.

Felt, E. P. 1903. Destroying Flies. Country Gentleman 68:561.

Felt, E. P. 1903. Dust and Other Sprays. Country Gentleman 68:350.

Felt, E. P. 1903. Fleas. Country Gentleman 68:276.

Felt, E. P. 1903. Grapevine Root Worm. Country Gentleman 68:255.

Felt, E. P. 1903. Hints to Fruit Growers and Truckers. American Agriculturist 100:648.

Felt, E. P. 1903. Importance of Injurious Insects Introduced from Abroad. Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Society for the Promotion of Agricultural Science 24:38-48.

Felt, E. P. 1903. Insecticides and Notes. Country Gentleman 68:47.

Felt, E. P. 1903. Insects Affecting Forest Trees. Forest. Fish, and Game Commissionof New York Report 7:479-534.

Felt, E. P. 1903. Killing Ants. Country Gentleman 68:590.

Felt, E. P. 1903. Legislation Against Pests. Country Gentleman 68:89.

Felt, E. P. 1903. Maggots in Mushrooms. Country Gentleman 68:6.

Felt, E. P. 1903. Mosquitos on High Ground. Country Gentleman 68:781.

Felt, E. P. 1903. Pea Weevil. Country Gentleman 68:293.

Felt, E. P. 1903. Plant Lice. Country Gentleman 68:590.

Felt, E. P. 1903. Recent Work with Insecticides in the East. Colorado State Board of Horticulture for 1902 121-127.

Felt, E. P. 1903. Rose Beetles. Country Gentleman 68:590.

Felt, E. P. 1903. San Jose Scale. Country Gentleman 68:300.

Felt, E. P. 1903. Spray for Potatoes. Country Gentleman 68:630.

Felt, E. P. 1903. Summary of Root-worm Situation and Experiments. Country Gentleman 68:828.

Felt, E. P. 1903. The Literature of American Economic Entomology. U. S. Department of Agriculture, Bureau of Entomology, Bulletin 40:7-22.

Felt, E. P. 1903. The San Jose Scale. Country Gentleman 68:158.

Felt, E. P. 1903. Tulip Tree Scale. Country Gentleman 68:712.

Felt, E. P. 1903. Two Tree Pests. Country Gentleman 68:852.

Felt, E. P. 1903. Work and Observations in 1902. New York State Fruit Growers Association Report 92-94.

Felt, E. P. 1902. 17th Report of the State Entomologist on Injurious and Other insects of NY 1901. New York State Museum Bulletin 53. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Felt, E. P. 1902. Asparagus Beetle. Country Gentleman 67:810.

Felt, E. P. 1902. Bagworms. Country Gentleman 67:390.

Felt, E. P. 1902. Bark Louse. Country Gentleman 67:306.

Felt, E. P. 1902. Bedbugs in Henhouses. Country Gentleman 67:611.

Felt, E. P. 1902. Cabbage Root Maggot. Country Gentleman 67:974.

Felt, E. P. 1902. Crude Petroleum as an Insecticide. Annual Meeting of the Society to Promote Agricultural Science Proceedings 23:10.

Felt, E. P. 1902. Elm Leaf Beetle in New York State, edition 2. New York State Museum Bulletin 57. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Felt, E. P. 1902. Experimental Work in New York State Against the San Jose Scale. U. S. Department of Agriculture, Bureau of Entomology, Bulletin 37:35-36.

Felt, E. P. 1902. Forest Tent Caterpillar. Country Gentleman 67:196-197.

Felt, E. P. 1902. Fumigation. Country Gentleman 67:262.

Felt, E. P. 1902. Further Notes on Crude Petroleum and Other Insecticides. U. S. Department of Agriculture, Bureau of Entomology, Bulletin 31:49-50.

Felt, E. P. 1902. Gartered Plume Moth. Country Gentleman 67:491.

Felt, E. P. 1902. Grapevine Root Worm. Country Gentleman 67:574-575.

Felt, E. P. 1902. Hag Moth Caterpillar. Country Gentleman 1902:730.

Felt, E. P. 1902. Hop Vine Aphis. Country Gentleman 67:490.

Felt, E. P. 1902. Insects in New York, I. Country Gentleman 67:365.

Felt, E. P. 1902. Insects in New York, II. Country Gentleman 67:290-291.

Felt, E. P. 1902. Insects in New York, III. Country Gentleman 67:308.

Felt, E. P. 1902. Insects Injurious to Elm Trees. Commission of Fish, Game, and Forest of New York State Annual Report 5:351-379.

Felt, E. P. 1902. Lady Bugs and Carpet-beetles. Country Gentleman 67:133.

Felt, E. P. 1902. Lined Spittle Hopper. Country Gentleman 67:530.

Felt, E. P. 1902. May Beetles. Country Gentleman 67:390.

Felt, E. P. 1902. Moth Traps. Country Gentleman 67:511.

Felt, E. P. 1902. Notes for the Year in New York. U. S. Department of Agriculture, Bureau of Entomology, Bulletin 37:102-103.

Felt, E. P. 1902. Observations on Certain Insects Attacking Pine Trees. U . S. Deptment of Agriculture, Division Entomology, Bulletin 37:103-105.

Felt, E. P. 1902. Observations on Forest and Shade Tree Insects. U. S. Department of Agriculture, Bureau of Entomology, Bulletin 31:63-68.

Felt, E. P. 1902. Onion Thrips. Country Gentleman 67:451.

Felt, E. P. 1902. Owl Beetle. Country Gentleman 67:490.

Felt, E. P. 1902. Potato Wireworms. Country Gentleman 67:992.

Felt, E. P. 1902. San Jose Scale. Country Gentleman 67:711.

Felt, E. P. 1902. San Jose Scale Investigations. Country Gentleman 67:221.

Felt, E. P. 1902. Scale Insects. Country Gentleman 67:370.

Felt, E. P. 1902. Silver Tip. Country Gentleman 67:531.

Felt, E. P. 1902. Soft Scale on Fern. Country Gentleman 67:133.

Felt, E. P. 1902. Spraying for Cicada. Country Gentleman 67:219.

Felt, E. P. 1902. Tent Caterpillar. Country Gentleman 67:414.

Felt, E. P. 1902. The Apple-tree Tent Caterpillar. Country Gentleman 67:438-439.

Felt, E. P. 1902. The Elm Tree Bark-louse. Country Gentleman 67:471.

Felt, E. P. 1902. The Grape-root Worm. Country Gentleman 67:413.

Felt, E. P. 1902. Tussock Moth. Country Gentleman 67:351.

Felt, E. P. 1902. White Scale. Country Gentleman 67:329.

Felt, E. P. 1901. 16th Report of the State Entomologist on Injurious and Other insects of NY 1899. New York State Museum Bulletin 36. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Felt, E. P. 1901. Angoumois Moth. Country Gentleman 66:782.

Felt, E. P. 1901. Ants on Fig Trees. Country Gentleman 66:789.

Felt, E. P. 1901. Apple Tree Borer. Country Gentleman 66:803.

Felt, E. P. 1901. Birch Leaf Bucculatrix. Country Gentleman 66:787.

Felt, E. P. 1901. Blister Beetles. Country Gentleman 66:662.

Felt, E. P. 1901. Borera in shade trees.. American Gardening 31:558.

Felt, E. P. 1901. Borers and Plant-lice. Country Gentleman 66:829.

Felt, E. P. 1901. Bugs in Peas. Country Gentleman 66:403.

Felt, E. P. 1901. Celery Worms. Country Gentleman 66:789.

Felt, E. P. 1901. Cicada Killer. Country Gentleman 66:682.

Felt, E. P. 1901. Cigar Case-bearer. Country Gentleman 66:902.

Felt, E. P. 1901. Golden Oak Scale and Leaf Feeder. Country Gentleman 66:789.

Felt, E. P. 1901. Grape-vine Aspidiotus. Country Gentleman 66:278-279.

Felt, E. P. 1901. Hackberry Gall. Country Gentleman 66:842.

Felt, E. P. 1901. Hessian Fly. Country Gentleman 66:486.

Felt, E. P. 1901. Hessian Fly in New York State. Country Gentleman 66:799-800.

Felt, E. P. 1901. Hessian Fly; Borers. Country Gentleman 66:442.

Felt, E. P. 1901. Hickory Gall - San Jose. Country Gentleman 66:

Felt, E. P. 1901. Katydid Eggs. Country Gentleman 66:922.

Felt, E. P. 1901. Larch Lappet. Country Gentleman 66:642.

Felt, E. P. 1901. Leaf-cutter Bee. Country Gentleman 66:582.

Felt, E. P. 1901. Plum Curculio. Country Gentleman 66:604.

Felt, E. P. 1901. Rabbit Bot-fly. Poultry Monthly 497-498.

Felt, E. P. 1901. Saddle Back Caterpillar. Country Gentleman 66:789.

Felt, E. P. 1901. Scale Insects of Importance and List of Species in New York State. New York State Museum Bulletin 46. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Felt, E. P. 1901. Scale on Raspberry. Country Gentleman 66:423.

Felt, E. P. 1901. Scurfy Bark Louse. Country Gentleman 66:256.

Felt, E. P. 1901. Seventeen Year Cicada. Country Gentleman 66:902.

Felt, E. P. 1901. Spraying and Poultry. Country Gentleman 66:423.

Felt, E. P. 1901. Squash Bug. Country Gentleman 66:562.

Felt, E. P. 1901. Tent Caterpillars. Country Gentleman 66:386.

Felt, E. P. 1901. The Fruit-tree Bark-beetle. Country Gentleman 66:554.

Felt, E. P. 1901. The Hessian Fly. Country Gentleman 66:709.

Felt, E. P. 1901. The Hessian Fly in New York State in 1901. U. S. Department of Agriculture, Bureau of Entomology, Bulletin 31:22-24.

Felt, E. P. 1901. Trap-lanterns - Warning. Country Gentleman 66:406.

Felt, E. P. 1901. Wheat Damaged by Moth. Country Gentleman 66:24.

Felt, E. P. 1901. Wireworms. Country Gentleman 66:168.

Felt, E. P. 1900. 15th Report of the State Entomologist on Injurious and Other insects of NY 1899. New York State Museum Bulletin 31. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Felt, E. P. 1900. An Infestation of Grain Moths. Country Gentleman 65:789.

Felt, E. P. 1900. Apple-tree Worm. Country Gentleman 65:772.

Felt, E. P. 1900. Ash Gray Blister Beetle. Country Gentleman 65:722.

Felt, E. P. 1900. Asparagus Beetle. Country Gentleman 65:662.

Felt, E. P. 1900. Bees and Spraying, A Warning. Country Gentleman 65:470.

Felt, E. P. 1900. Black Blister Beetle. Country Gentleman 65:742.

Felt, E. P. 1900. Borer in the Smoke-Tree. Country Gentleman 65:679.

Felt, E. P. 1900. Buffalo Tree-hopper. Country Gentleman 65:281.

Felt, E. P. 1900. Chinch Bug Abundant. Country Gentleman 65:750.

Felt, E. P. 1900. Chrysalis of Milkweed Butterfly. Country Gentleman 65:829.

Felt, E. P. 1900. Cicada Killer. Country Gentleman 65:662.

Felt, E. P. 1900. Cold and Caterpillars. American Agriculturist 97:650.

Felt, E. P. 1900. Crude Petroleum as an Insecticide. Country Gentleman 65:569-570.

Felt, E. P. 1900. Elm Leaf Aphis. Country Gentleman 65:462.

Felt, E. P. 1900. Elm Leaf-Beetle. American Agriculturist 483.

Felt, E. P. 1900. Gipsy Moth. Country Gentleman 65:196.

Felt, E. P. 1900. Grain Moth. Country Gentleman 65:862.

Felt, E. P. 1900. Haystack Moth. Country Gentleman 65:302.

Felt, E. P. 1900. Hessian Fly. Country Gentleman 65:942.

Felt, E. P. 1900. Hickory Gall Aphid. Country Gentleman 65:542.

Felt, E. P. 1900. Homehold Insects. Report of the Bureau of Farmers Institute, New York 86-95.

Felt, E. P. 1900. Illustrated Descriptive Catalogue of the More Important Injurious and Beneficial Insects of NY. New York State Museum Bulletin 37. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Felt, E. P. 1900. Katydid Eggs. Country Gentleman 65:782.

Felt, E. P. 1900. Massachusetts will suffer first.. Country Gentleman 65:283.

Felt, E. P. 1900. Mating of Potato Beetles. Country Gentleman 65:743.

Felt, E. P. 1900. Plugging Trees with Sulfur. Country Gentleman 65:650.

Felt, E. P. 1900. Practical Spraying. Country Gentleman 65:640.

Felt, E. P. 1900. Remedies for San Jose Scale. Country Gentleman 65:965.

Felt, E. P. 1900. Rose Beetle. Country Gentleman 65:502.

Felt, E. P. 1900. Scale. American Agriculturist 375.

Felt, E. P. 1900. Scale on Japan Plum. Country Gentleman 65:811.

Felt, E. P. 1900. Scurvy Bark-Louse. Country Gentleman 65:302.

Felt, E. P. 1900. Some Effects of Early Spring Applications of Insecticides on Fruit Trees. U. S. Department of Agriculture, Bureau of Entomology, Bulletin 26:22-25.

Felt, E. P. 1900. Tent Caterpillars and Canker Wbrms. Country Gentleman 65:605.

Felt, E. P. 1900. The Celery Plusia. Country Gentleman 65:884.

Felt, E. P. 1900. The Forest Tent-Caterpillar. Country Gentleman 65:217.

Felt, E. P. 1900. Tulip Tree Scale. Country Gentleman 65:722.

Felt, E. P. 1900. Whale Oil Soap Experiments. Country Gentleman 65:884.

Felt, E. P. 1900. White Grubs in Abundance. Country Gentleman 65:509.

Felt, E. P. 1900. White Grubs or Muckworms. Country Gentleman 65:803.

Felt, E. P. 1900. Woolly Aphis. Country Gentleman 65:862.

Felt, E. P. 1899. Arsenical Poisons. Country Gentleman 64:128.

Felt, E. P. 1899. Bark Louse. Country Gentleman 64:706.

Felt, E. P. 1899. Bark Louse and Phytoptus. Country Gentleman 64:430.

Felt, E. P. 1899. Blister Beetles. Country Gentleman 64:526.

Felt, E. P. 1899. Bordeaux Mixture. Country Gentleman 64:470.

Felt, E. P. 1899. Box Elder Plant Bug. American Gardening 29:321.

Felt, E. P. 1899. Collection, Preservation and Distribution of NY Insects. New York State Museum Bulletin 26. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Felt, E. P. 1899. Controlling Insect Pests. Country Gentleman 64:767.

Felt, E. P. 1899. Curious Insect Tastes. Country Gentleman 64:368.

Felt, E. P. 1899. Cutworms on Carnations. Country Gentleman 64:368.

Felt, E. P. 1899. Elm Leaf Beetle. Country Gentleman 64:646.

Felt, E. P. 1899. Entomology. Country Gentleman 64:448-449.

Felt, E. P. 1899. Forest Tent Caterpillar. Country Gentleman 64:367.

Felt, E. P. 1899. Galls on Maple Leaves. Country Gentleman 64:486.

Felt, E. P. 1899. Injurious Insects of the Hudson River Valley. Rural New Yorker 198.

Felt, E. P. 1899. Katydid Eggs. Country Gentleman 64:786.

Felt, E. P. 1899. Lilac Caterpillar. Country Gentleman 64:673.

Felt, E. P. 1899. Look Out for Caterpillars. Country Gentleman 64:368.

Felt, E. P. 1899. Memorial of Life & Entomologic Work of James Albert Lintner, Ph.D. State Entomologist 1874-1898. New York State Museum Bulletin 24. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Felt, E. P. 1899. Myriapods and Mites. Country Gentleman 64:321.

Felt, E. P. 1899. Notes of the Year for New York. Country Gentleman 64:733.

Felt, E. P. 1899. Paint vs. Borers. Country Gentleman 64:917.

Felt, E. P. 1899. Pests on Fruit Trees. Country Gentleman 64:406.

Felt, E. P. 1899. Plant Lice. Country Gentleman 64:430.

Felt, E. P. 1899. Potato Scab and Insects. Country Gentleman 64:766.

Felt, E. P. 1899. Rose Pest. Country Gentleman 64:646.

Felt, E. P. 1899. Scale on Japan Quince. American Gardening 29:284.

Felt, E. P. 1899. Shade Tree Pests in NYS. New York State Museum Bulletin 27. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Felt, E. P. 1899. Spined Soldier Bug. Country Gentleman 64:626.

Felt, E. P. 1899. Spray Barrel on Wheels. Country Gentleman 64:26.

Felt, E. P. 1899. Squash Bug. Country Gentleman 64:626.

Felt, E. P. 1899. Squash, Melon, and Cucumber Bugs. Country Gentleman 64:128.

Felt, E. P. 1899. Strawberry Insects. Country Gentleman 64:746.

Felt, E. P. 1899. Striped Blister Beetle. Country Gentleman 64:626.

Felt, E. P. 1899. Substitute for Paris Green. Country Gentleman 64:931.

Felt, E. P. 1899. Tent Caterpillars. Country Gentleman 64:470.

Felt, E. P. 1899. The Coxcomb Elm Gall. Country Gentleman 64:497.

Felt, E. P. 1899. The Fall Web-Worm. Country Gentleman 64:593.

Felt, E. P. 1899. The Hessian Ffly. Country Gentleman 64:628-629.

Felt, E. P. 1899. The Horse Guard Identified. Country Gentleman 64:896.

Felt, E. P. 1899. The White-lined Sphinx. Country Gentleman 64:792.

Felt, E. P. 1899. Turnip Pest. Country Gentleman 64:646.

Felt, E. P. 1899. Willow Caterpillar. Country Gentleman 64:746.

Felt, E. P. 1899. Worms in Mushroom Beds. Country Gentleman 64:666.

Felt, E. P. 1898. 14th Report of the State Entomologist on Injurious and Other Insects of NY. New York State Museum Bulletin 23. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Felt, E. P. 1898. A Destructive Borer. Country Gentleman 63:993.

Felt, E. P. 1898. A Destructive Borer (A. anxius). Country Gentleman 63:993.

Felt, E. P. 1898. A Katydid. Country Gentleman 63:726.

Felt, E. P. 1898. A Pernicious Elm Borer. Country Gentleman 63:869.

Felt, E. P. 1898. A Very Different Bug. Country Gentleman 63:166.

Felt, E. P. 1898. A Walking Stick. Country Gentleman 63:647.

Felt, E. P. 1898. Ants. Country Gentleman 64:346.

Felt, E. P. 1898. Aphids in Greenhouse. Country Gentleman 63:247.

Felt, E. P. 1898. Apple-tree Bark Louse. Country Gentleman 63:454.

Felt, E. P. 1898. Asparagus Beetle in Albany County. Country Gentleman 63:614.

Felt, E. P. 1898. Asparagus Beetles. Country Gentleman 63:693.

Felt, E. P. 1898. Attacked by Joint-Worms. Country Gentleman 63:814.

Felt, E. P. 1898. Bag or Basket Worm. Country Gentleman 63:307.

Felt, E. P. 1898. Bean Weevil. Country Gentleman 63:966.

Felt, E. P. 1898. Bees Injuring Grapes. Country Gentleman 63:226.

Felt, E. P. 1898. Beneficial Bugs. Country Gentleman 63:868.

Felt, E. P. 1898. Black Ants. Country Gentleman 63:470.

Felt, E. P. 1898. Brown Patches on the Lawn. Country Gentleman 63:549.

Felt, E. P. 1898. Carbon bisulfid. Country Gentleman 63:966.

Felt, E. P. 1898. Certain Destructive Scale Insects. Country Gentleman 63:453-454.

Felt, E. P. 1898. Cherry-leaf Beetle. Country Gentleman 63:471.

Felt, E. P. 1898. Codling - Moth. Country Gentleman 63:406.

Felt, E. P. 1898. Codling Moth. Country Gentleman 63:226.

Felt, E. P. 1898. Corn-root Worm. Country Gentleman 63:107.

Felt, E. P. 1898. Cucumber Beetle Cabbage Worms. Country Gentleman 63:546.

Felt, E. P. 1898. Cutworms. Country Gentleman 63:470.

Felt, E. P. 1898. Destructive Rose Bug. Country Gentleman 63:546.

Felt, E. P. 1898. Eel Worms in Clover. Country Gentleman 63:266.

Felt, E. P. 1898. Elm Borer. Country Gentleman 63:906.

Felt, E. P. 1898. Elm-leaf Beetle. Country Gentleman 63:513.

Felt, E. P. 1898. Elm-leaf Beetle in New York State. New York State Museum Bulletin 20. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Felt, E. P. 1898. Everlasting San Jose Scale. Country Gentleman 63:993.

Felt, E. P. 1898. Exterminating Potato Bugs. Country Gentleman 63:913-914.

Felt, E. P. 1898. Fleas and How to Kill Them. Country Gentleman 63:537.

Felt, E. P. 1898. Forest Tent Caterpillar. Country Gentleman 63:450.

Felt, E. P. 1898. Grape Vine Leaf-Beetle. Country Gentleman 63:913.

Felt, E. P. 1898. Hessian Fly. Country Gentleman 63:906.

Felt, E. P. 1898. Insects from Lily Pond. Gardening 10:842.

Felt, E. P. 1898. Insects on Chrysanthemums. Country Gentleman 63:639.

Felt, E. P. 1898. Insects on Honeysuckle. Country Gentleman 63:490.

Felt, E. P. 1898. It is San Jose. Country Gentleman 63:286.

Felt, E. P. 1898. Kerosene Emulsion. Country Gentleman 63:126.

Felt, E. P. 1898. Killing Insects through Plant Roots. Country Gentleman 63:694.

Felt, E. P. 1898. Look Out for Canker Worms. Country Gentleman 63:813.

Felt, E. P. 1898. Maple-tree Scale. Country Gentleman 63:630.

Felt, E. P. 1898. Maples Defoliated. Country Gentleman 63:491.

Felt, E. P. 1898. Not San Jose. Country Gentleman 63:226.

Felt, E. P. 1898. Nursery and Orchard Inspection. Country Gentleman 63:586.

Felt, E. P. 1898. Pear-leaf Blister-Mite. Country Gentleman 63:526.

Felt, E. P. 1898. Pests Virginia Creeper. Country Gentleman 63:490.

Felt, E. P. 1898. Ponds and Mosquitoes. Country Gentleman 63:794.

Felt, E. P. 1898. Preventives of Insect Depredations. Country Gentleman 63:813-814.

Felt, E. P. 1898. Probably Not Efficient. Country Gentleman 63:286.

Felt, E. P. 1898. Scale on Magnolia and Euonymus. Country Gentleman 63:742.

Felt, E. P. 1898. Scurvy Bark-louse. Country Gentleman 63:127.

Felt, E. P. 1898. The Apple-tree Tent-caterpillar. Country Gentleman 63:653.

Felt, E. P. 1898. The Brown Apricot Scale. Country Gentleman 63:474.

Felt, E. P. 1898. The Harlequin Cabbage Bug. Country Gentleman 63:513.

Felt, E. P. 1898. The Hessian Fly in Pennsylvania. Country Gentleman 63:547.

Felt, E. P. 1898. The Plague of Flies. Country Gentleman 63:712.

Felt, E. P. 1898. The Punctured Clover-leaf Weevil. Country Gentleman 63:406.

Felt, E. P. 1898. To Destroy Ant Hills. Country Gentleman 63:446.

Felt, E. P. 1898. Two Bad Insects. Country Gentleman 63:206.

Felt, E. P. 1898. Work of the Oak Pruner. Country Gentleman 63:573.

Felt, E. P. 1898. Zebra Caterpillar. Country Gentleman 63:586.

Felt, E. P. 1897. Antennal Structure of Certain Diplosids. Psyche 8:3-5.

Felt, E. P., and Bishop, S. C. 1926. Science and Scientific Names. The American Naturalist 60(668):275-281.

Felt, E. P., and K. F. Chamberlain. 1935. The Occurrence of Insects at Some Height in the Air, Especially on the Roofs of High Buildings. New York State Museum Circular 17. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Felt, E. P., and L. H. Joutel. 1901. Monograph of the Genus Saperda. New York State Museum Bulletin 74. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Felt, E. P., and Young, D. B. 1904. Importance of Isolated Rearings from Culicid Larvae. Science 20(505):312-313.

Feranec, R. S. 2011. Global Problems., Global Research. Legacy: The Magazine of the New York State Museum 6(3):14-15.

Feranec, R. S. 2009. Evolution of Ecology in Mammals. Legacy: The Magazine of the New York State Museum 4(4):13.

Feranec, R. S. 2008. Growth Differences in the Saber-Tooth of Three Field Species. Palaios 23:566-569.

Feranec, R. S. 2008. Mortal Combat: How the Cohoes Mastodon Died. Legacy: The Magazine of the New York State Museum 4(1):7.

Feranec, R.S. 2007. Ecological Generalization During Adaptive Radiation: Evidence from Neogene Mammals. Evolutionary Ecology Research 9:555-577.

Feranec, R.S. 2007. Stable Carbon Isotope Values Reveal Evidence of Resource Partitioning Among Ungulates from Modern C3-dominated Ecosystems in North America. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 252:575-585.

Feranec, R. S. 2006. What Became of the MegaFauna?. American Scientist 94(3):279-280.

Feranec, R. S., Cryan, J. R., and Kirchman, J. J. 2009. Evolution Every Day. Legacy: The Magazine of the New York State Museum 4(4):10-11.

Feranec, R. S., and DeSantis, L. R. G. 2014. Understanding specifics in generalist diets of carnivorans by analyzing stable carbon isotope values in Pleistocene mammals of Florida. Paleobiology 40(3):477-493.

Feranec, R. S., Franzi, D. A., and Kozlowski, A. L. 2014. A New Record of Ringed Seal (Pusa hispida) from the Late Pleistocene Champlain Sea and Comments on Its Age and Paleoenvironment. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 34(1):230-235.

Feranec, R. S., Hadly, E. A., and Paytan, A. 2010. Isotopes Reveal Limited Effects of Middle Pleistocene Climate Change on the Ecology of Mid-sized Mammals. Quaternary International 217:43-52.

Feranec, R.S., Hadly, E.A., and Paytan, A. 2007. Determining Landscape Use of Holocene Mammals Using Strontium Isotopes. Oecologia 153:943-950.

Feranec, R. S., and Kozlowski, A. L. 2012. New AMS Radiocarbon Dates from Late Pleistocene Mastodons and Mammoths in New York State, USA. Radiocarbon 54:275-279.

Feranec, R. S., and Kozlowski, A. L. 2010. AMS Radiocarbon Dates from Pleistocene and Holocene Mammals Housed in the New York State Museum, Albany, New York, USA. Radiocarbon 52(1):205-208.

Feranec, R. S., Miller, N. G., Lothrop, J. C., and Graham, R. W. 2011. The Sporormiella proxy and End-Pleistocene Megafaunal Extinction: A Perspective. Quaternary International 245:333-338.

Feranec, R. S., and Pagnac, D. 2013. Stable Carbon Isotope Evidence for the Abundance of C4 Plants in the Middle Miocene of Southern California. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 388:42-47.

Fernald, M. L. 1932. The Linear-leaved North American Species of Potomogeton, Section Axillares. Memoirs of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences 17(Pt. 1):1-183.

Fischer, R. B. 1958. The Breeding Biology of the Chimney Swift: Chaetura pelagica (Linnaeus). New York State Museum Bulletin 368. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Fitch, A. 1872. Fourteenth Report on Noxious, Beneficial and Other Insects of the State of New York. New York State Agricultural Society Transactions 30(1870):355-381.

Fitch, A. 1872. The Naturalist. The Somerville Shower of Worms. Cultivator & Country Gentleman 37:251.

Fitch, A. 1871. Thirteenth Report on Noxious, Beneficial and Other Insects of the State of New York. New York State Agricultural Society Transactions 29(1869):495-566.

Fitch, A. 1869. The Entomologist, Grain Aphis in Eastern Tennessee. Cultivator & Country Gentleman 34:35.

Fitch, A. 1869. The Entomologist. A Curious Water Insect. Cultivator & Country Gentleman 33:154.

Fitch, A. 1869. The Entomologist. The Garden Millepedes. Cultivator & Country Gentleman 34:381, 402, 421-422.

Fitch, A. 1868. Garden Insects. The Illustrated Annual Register Of Rural Affairs And Cultivator Almanac 14:197-212.

Fitch, A. 1868. The Vineyard. Excrescences Upon Grape Leaves. Cultivator & Country Gentleman 32:127.

Fitch, A. 1868. Twelfth Report on Noxious, Beneficial and Other Insects of the State of New York. New York State Agricultural Society Transactions 27(1867):889-932.

Fitch, A. 1867. Eleventh Report on Noxious, Beneficial and Other Insects of the State of New York. New York State Agricultural Society Transactions 26(1866):487-543.

Fitch, A. 1867. Garden Insects. The Illustrated Annual Register Of Rural Affairs And Cultivator Almanac 13:91-104.

Fitch, A. 1867. Insects on the Potato. Cultivator & Country Gentleman 30:193.

Fitch, A. 1867. The Entomologist. Currant Borers. Cultivator & Country Gentleman 29:386.

Fitch, A. 1866. Joint-worm in Wheat on Long Island. Cultivator & Country Gentleman 28:49.

Fitch, A. 1866. The Cotton Worm. Cultivator & Country Gentleman 28:257.

Fitch, A. 1866. The Naturalist. Insects Which Injure Grain Crops -- 1. The Wheat Midge. Cultivator & Country Gentleman 28:306.

Fitch, A. 1866. The Naturalist. Insects Which Injure Grain Crops -- II. The Hessian Fly. Cultivator & Country Gentleman 28:354.

Fitch, A. 1866. The Sumac Gall- Aphis. Journal of the New York State Agricultural Society 16:73.

Fitch, A. 1866. The Vineyard. Beetle on the Grape. Cultivator & Country Gentleman 28:142.

Fitch, A. 1865. Address Delivered at the Annual Meeting of the State Agricultural Society, Albany, February 8th, 1865. New York State Agricultural Society Transactions 24:111-116.

Fitch, A. 1865. Ants Enemies of Cut-Worms. Journal of the New York State Agricultural Society 15:79-80.

Fitch, A. 1865. Ninth Report on Noxious, Beneficial and Other Insects of the State of New York. New York State Agricultural Society Transactions 23(1863):778-823.

Fitch, A. 1865. Tenth Report on Noxious, Beneficial and Other Insects of the State of New York. New York State Agricultural Society Transactions 24(1864):433-461.

Fitch, A. 1865. The Entomologist. Entomological Correspondence. Country Gentleman 26:190-191.

Fitch, A. 1865. The Entomologist. No. 36 -- The Aphis on Hops. Country Gentleman 25:274.

Fitch, A. 1865. The Entomologist. Plant Lice --- The Hop. Country Gentleman 26:82.

Fitch, A. 1864. The Entomologist. A Curious Insect. Country Gentleman 24:79.

Fitch, A. 1864. The Entomologist. Aphis on Apple-Tree Buds. Country Gentleman 23:351.

Fitch, A. 1864. The Entomologist. No. 34. -- The Buffalo Tree-hopper. Country Gentleman 23:386.

Fitch, A. 1864. The Entomologist. No. 35 -- The Nebraska Bee-killer. Country Gentleman 24:63.

Fitch, A. 1864. The Entomologist. Notes from Dr. Fitch. Country Gentleman 24:47.

Fitch, A. 1864. The Hunter Weevil. Country Gentleman 23:384.

Fitch, A. 1863. Borers in the Honey Locust. Journal of the New York State Agricultural Society 13:19.

Fitch, A. 1863. Club Wheat -- Our Views on It. Country Gentleman 22:33.

Fitch, A. 1863. Eighth Report on Noxious, Beneficial and Other Insects of the State of New York. New York State Agricultural Society Transactions 22(1862):657-691.

Fitch, A. 1863. Insects. The Illustrated Annual Register Of Rural Affairs And Cultivator Almanac 9:293-321.

Fitch, A. 1863. The Entomologist. The May Beetle. Worm on Grapevine. Country Gentleman 21:399.

Fitch, A. 1863. The Entomologist. The Onion Fly. Country Gentleman 21:63.

Fitch, A. 1863. The Grain Aphis, Wheat Midge, etc.. New York State Agricultural Society Transactions 22(1862):32-38.

Fitch, A. 1863. The Grapevine Beetle and Rose Bug. Country Gentleman 22:65.

Fitch, A. 1862. Insects the Past Year. Journal of the New York State Agricultural Society 12:72.

Fitch, A. 1862. Seventh Report on Noxious, Beneficial and Other Insects of the State of New York. New York State Agricultural Society Transactions 21(1861):813-859.

Fitch, A. 1862. The Buffalo Tree-hopper the Cause of Scars on the Twigs of Fruit Trees. American Agriculture 21:172-173.

Fitch, A. 1862. The Entomologist. Entomological Events of the Past Year. Country Gentleman (19):124-125.

Fitch, A. 1862. The Entomologist. No. 31. -- Insect Tumors and Wounds in Raspberry Stalks. Country Gentleman 19:335.

Fitch, A. 1862. The Entomologist. No. 32. -- The Asparagus Beetle. Country Gentleman 20:81-82.

Fitch, A. 1862. The Entomologist. No. 33 -- The Maple Psocus. Country Gentleman 20(162):

Fitch, A. 1862. The Grain Aphis. Prairie Farmer 10:291-292.

Fitch, A. 1861. (untitled). Country Gentleman 18:96.

Fitch, A. 1861. An Important Caution. Country Gentleman 18:161.

Fitch, A. 1861. Disappearance of the Wheat-Midge. American Farmer 2:378-379.

Fitch, A. 1861. Sixth Report on Noxious, Beneficial and Other Insects of the State of New York. New York State Agricultural Society Transactions 20(1860):745-868.

Fitch, A. 1861. The Army Worm and the Cut Worm. Journal of the New York State Agricultural Society 12:3.

Fitch, A. 1861. The Army-Worm Moth. Boston Cultivator 23:275.

Fitch, A. 1861. The Army-Worm's Parasite. Boston Cultivator 23:276.

Fitch, A. 1861. The Bean Weevil. Transactions of the Rhode Island Society for the Encouragement of Domestic Industry 1860:62-64.

Fitch, A. 1861. The Black Blistering Fly. Country Gentleman 18:193.

Fitch, A. 1861. The Cut Worm and Grub Killer. Journal of the New York State Agricultural Society 12:10.

Fitch, A. 1861. The Entomologist. No. 25. -- The Quince Tingis. Country Gentleman 17:114.

Fitch, A. 1861. The Entomologist. No. 26 -- The Wheat Midge. Country Gentleman 17:226.

Fitch, A. 1861. The Entomologist. No. 27 -- Disappearance of the Wheat Midge. Country Gentleman 17:290.

Fitch, A. 1861. The Entomologist. No. 28 -- Apple Tree Borer. Country Gentleman 17:370.

Fitch, A. 1861. The Entomologist. No. 29 -- The Army Worm Moth. Country Gentleman 18:66.

Fitch, A. 1861. The Entomologist. No. 30. -- The Grain Aphis. Country Gentleman 18:114.

Fitch, A. 1861. The Entomologist. Snapping Beetle -- Blight on Apple Tree. Country Gentleman 18:130.

Fitch, A. 1861. The Entomologist. The Army Worm and Cut Worm. Country Gentleman 18:18.

Fitch, A. 1861. The Grain Aphis. New York Observer 39(2):336.

Fitch, A. 1861. The Hunter Weevil. Country Gentleman 18:80.

Fitch, A. 1861. The Locust Insect. Country Gentleman 18:161.

Fitch, A. 1861. The New Insect in Rye. American Agriculture 20:235-236.

Fitch, A. 1861. The New Insect Upon Grain Fields. Journal of the New York State Agricultural Society 12:17-18.

Fitch, A. 1861. Worm on Grape Vines. New York State Agricultural Society Transactions 20(1860):342-343.

Fitch, A. 1860. 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(1859):599-612.

Fitch, A. 1860. Address on Our Most Pernicious Insects, Delivered at the Annual Meeting, February, 1859. New York State Agricultural Society Transactions 19(1859):588-598.

Fitch, A. 1860. Entomological Department. No. XXI -- Locust Leaf-Miners. Country Gentleman 15:82.

Fitch, A. 1860. Entomology. Country Gentleman 15:384.

Fitch, A. 1860. Ravages of Insects on Forect and Fruit Trees--Remedy. Journal of the New York State Agricultural Society 11:21-22.

Fitch, A. 1860. The Apple Insect. Country Gentleman 16:32-33.

Fitch, A. 1860. The Entomologist. -- No. 23. -- The Striped Flea-beetle. Country Gentleman 16:36.

Fitch, A. 1860. The Entomologist. No. 22. -- The Seventeen Year Cicada. Country Gentleman 15:210.

Fitch, A. 1860. The Entomologist. No. 24. -- The Pear Blight Beetle. Country Gentleman 16:302-303.

Fitch, A. 1860. The Wonders of Insect Life. Country Gentleman 15:146-147.

Fitch, A. 1859. A New Barley Insect. Journal of the New York State Agricultural Society 9:114-115.

Fitch, A. 1859. Entomology, No. XIX. -- Beetles Infesting Grapevine. Country Gentleman 14:171.

Fitch, A. 1859. Entomology. No. XX. -- The Parasitic Destroyer of the Curculio. Country Gentleman 14:221.

Fitch, A. 1859. Fifth Report on Noxious, Beneficial and Other Insects of the State of New York. New York State Agricultural Society Transactions 18(1858):781-854.

Fitch, A. 1859. Maple-Leaf Cutter. Country Gentleman 14:225.

Fitch, A. 1859. The Entomologist. XVIII -- The Golden Tortoise Beetle. Country Gentleman 13:50.

Fitch, A. 1859. The Thousand-Legged Worm. Answer to the Above by Dr. Fitch. Country Gentleman 14:27.

Fitch, A. 1858. Entomology. -- No. 16. Experiments -- Soap on Apple Trees -- Powdered Charcoal on Cucumber Plants. Country Gentleman 12:15.

Fitch, A. 1858. Fourth Report on Noxious, Beneficial and Other Insects of the State of New York. New York State Agricultural Society Transactions 17(1857):687-753.

Fitch, A. 1858. Injurious Insect on the Oak. Country Gentleman 12:74.

Fitch, A. 1858. Say's Heteropterous Hemiptera. New York State Agricultural Society Transactions 17:754-814.

Fitch, A. 1857. Cut-worms (Viviparous, S.). Journal of the New York State Agricultural Society 8:22.

Fitch, A. 1857. Entomology. No. 13. -- The Prickly Lepostylus -- a Worm Under the Bark of Apple Trees. Country Gentleman 9:78.

Fitch, A. 1857. Entomology. No. 15. -- Grasshoppers. Answers to the Above by Dr. Fitch. Country Gentleman 10:42-43.

Fitch, A. 1857. Entomology. No. 6. The Hunter Weevil in Young Corn. Beetles Upon and Worms in Potato Vines. Country Gentleman 10:91.

Fitch, A. 1857. Entomology. No. XIV. -- Insects Imbedded in the Interior of Wood. Country Gentleman 9:201-202.

Fitch, A. 1857. Slug Worm. Country Gentleman 10:145.

Fitch, A. 1857. The Entomologist. No. XVII. -- The Fall Web-Worm. Country Gentleman 12:239.

Fitch, A. 1857. The May-Beetle. Genesee Farmer (2nd Series) 18:239-241.

Fitch, A. 1857. Third Report on Noxious, Beneficial and Other Insects of the State of New York. New York State Agricultural Society Transactions 16(1856):315-490.

Fitch, A. 1857. Weevil in the Seeds from the Patent Office. Journal of the New York State Agricultural Society 8:29.

Fitch, A. 1857. Wheat Midge. Journal of the New York State Agricultural Society 8:67-68.

Fitch, A. 1856. Entomology XII. -- The Rose Bug. Country Gentleman 8:75-76.

Fitch, A. 1856. Entomology. No. 8.--Cut-Worms. Country Gentleman 7:154-155, 171.

Fitch, A. 1856. Entomology. No. IX. -- The American Vaporer Moth. Country Gentleman 7:217-218, 235.

Fitch, A. 1856. Entomology. X. -- Borer in Apple Trees -- the Buprestis. Country Gentleman 8:27.

Fitch, A. 1856. Report on Noxious, Beneficial and Other Insects of the State of New York. New York State Agricultural Society Transactions 15(1855):409-559.

Fitch, A. 1856. The Joint Worm in Barley. Journal of the New York State Agricultural Society 7:76.

Fitch, A. 1855. Coccus arborum-linearis, Geoff. Proceedings of the Entomological Society of London 3:77-78.

Fitch, A. 1855. Entomology. No. 6. -- Gaylord's Wheat-Caterpillar. Country Gentleman 6:331.

Fitch, A. 1855. Entomology. No. 7--The Wheat Thrips and Three-Banded Thrips. Country Gentleman 6:385-386.

Fitch, A. 1855. Entomology. No. IV. -- The Apple Plant Louse. Country Gentleman 6:48.

Fitch, A. 1855. Entomology. No. V. Insects Which Destroy Plant Lice. Country Gentleman 6:158-159, 174-175.

Fitch, A. 1855. Entomology. The Chinch Bug. Comments on the Above by Dr. Fitch. Country Gentleman 6:48.

Fitch, A. 1855. First Report on the Noxious, Beneficial, and Other Insects of the State of New York. State Agricultural Society, Albany, New York.

Fitch, A. 1855. Osage Orange Insect. Country Gentleman 5:38-39.

Fitch, A. 1855. Plum Tree Caterpillars. Country Gentleman 5:234.

Fitch, A. 1855. The Cinch Bug. Comments on the Above by Dr. Fitch. Cultivator (3rd Series) 3:237-239.

Fitch, A. 1855. The Hunter Weevil. Country Gentleman 5:373.

Fitch, A. 1854. Apple Tree Pests. Schonherr's Weevil and the Orchard Moth. New York State Agricultural Society Transactions 13(1853):178-187.

Fitch, A. 1854. Insect Survey. Journal of the New York State Agricultural Society 5:36-37.

Fitch, A. 1854. Insects of Algiers, from the Museum of Natural History of Paris. New York State Agricultural Society Transactions 13(1853):369-379.

Fitch, A. 1854. Plant-lice, drouth, etc.. Journal of the New York State Agricultural Society 5:37.

Fitch, A. 1851. 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.

Fitch, A. 1849. A Historical, Topographical & Agricultural Survey of the County of Washington. New York State Agricultural Society, Albany, New York.

Fitch, A. 1849. 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.

Fitch, A. 1847. Winter Insects of Eastern New York. American Journal of Agriculture 5:275*277.

Flet, E. P. 1915. Fumigation for the Box Leaf Miner. Economic Entomology 8:94-95.

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Kays, R. W., and D. Bogan. 2003. Fisher. In Natural History of the Albany Pine Bush. New York State Museum Bulletin 502, edited by J. K. Barnes, pp. 164. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Kays, R. W., Curtis, A., and Kirchman, J. J. 2010. Rapid Adaptive Evolution of Northeastern Coyotes via Hybridization with Wolves. Biology Letters 6:89-93.

Kays, R. W., Curtis, A., and Kirchman, J. J. 2010. Reply to Wheeldon et al. 'Colonization History and Ancestry of Northeastern Coyotes'. Biology Letters 6:248-249.

Kays, R. W., and R. A. Daniels. 2009. Fish and Wildlife Communities of the Adirondacks. In The Great Experiment in Conservation: Voices From the Adirondack Park, edited by W. Porter, J. Erickson, and R. Whaley, pp. 71-86. Syracuse University Press, Syracuse, New York.

Kays, R. W., R. A. Daniels, R. S. Mitchell, D. P. Molloy, and C. A. Siegfried. 2005. Exotic Species. In The Encyclopedia of New York, edited by P. Eisenstadt, and L.-E. Moss, pp. 538-539. Syracuse University Press, Syracuse, NY.

Kays, R. W., and DeWan, A. A. 2004. The Ecological Impact of Inside/Outside House Cats Around a Suburban Nature Preserve. Animal Conservation 7:1-11.

Kays, R. W., and Feranec, R. S. 2011. Using Stable Carbon Isotopes to Distinguish Wild from Captive Wolves. Northeast Naturalist 18:253-264.

Kays, R. W., and Gittleman, J. L. 2001. The Social Organization of the Kinkajou Potos flavus (Procyonidae). Journal of Zoology 253:491-504.

Kays, R. W., Gittleman, J. G., and Wayne, R. K. 2000. Microsatellite Analysis of Kinkajou Social Organization. Molecular Ecology 9:743-751.

Kays, R. W., Gompper, M. W., and Ray, J. C. 2008. Landscape Ecology of Eastern Coyotes Based on Large-Scale Estimates of Abundance. Ecological Applications 18:1014-1027.

Kays, R. W., Jansen, P. A., Knecht, E. M. H., Vohwinkel, R., and Wikelski, M. 2011. The Effect of Feeding Time on Dispersal of Virola Seeds by Toucans Determined from GPS Tracking and Accelerometers. Acta Oecologica 37:625-631.

Kays, R. W., Kranstauber, B., Jansen, P. A., Carbone, C., Rowcliffe, M., Fountain, T., and Tilak, S. 2009. Camera Traps as Sensor Networks for Monitoring Animal Communities. IEEE Conference on Local Computer Networks 34:811-818.

Kays, R. W., and Patterson, B. D. 2002. Mane Variation in African Lions and Its Social Correlates. Canadian Journal of Zoology 80:471-478.

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Lintner, J. A. 1897. A Grasshopper. Country Gentleman 62:326.

Lintner, J. A. 1897. A Plague of Flies. Country Gentleman 62:806-807.

Lintner, J. A. 1897. Apple Tree Aphis. Country Gentleman 62:470.

Lintner, J. A. 1897. Apple Tree Borers. Country Gentleman 62:307.

Lintner, J. A. 1897. Apple Woolly Louse. Country Gentleman 62:454.

Lintner, J. A. 1897. Army Worm. Country Gentleman 62:506.

Lintner, J. A. 1897. Arsenic and Animals. Country Gentleman 61:454.

Lintner, J. A. 1897. Canker Worms. Country Gentleman 62:248.

Lintner, J. A. 1897. Carbon Bisulfid for Pea Weevil - A Serious Danger. Farmer's Advocate 32:130.

Lintner, J. A. 1897. Carpet Beetles. Country Gentleman 62:470.

Lintner, J. A. 1897. Cherry Tree Myzus. Country Gentleman 62:526.

Lintner, J. A. 1897. Cinch Bug. Country Gentleman 62:558.

Lintner, J. A. 1897. Cow Horn Fly. Country Gentleman 62:350.

Lintner, J. A. 1897. Elm and Apple Tree Pests.. Country Gentleman 62:390.

Lintner, J. A. 1897. Elm Leaf Beetle. Country Gentleman 62:7.

Lintner, J. A. 1897. Fall Canker Worm and its Eggs. Country Gentleman 62:986.

Lintner, J. A. 1897. Grain Weevil. Country Gentleman 62:486.

Lintner, J. A. 1897. Grasshoppers. Country Gentleman 61:446.

Lintner, J. A. 1897. Honey Dew. Country Gentleman 62:526.

Lintner, J. A. 1897. Insects and Fruit. Country Gentleman 62:686.

Lintner, J. A. 1897. May Beetle. Country Gentleman 62:390.

Lintner, J. A. 1897. Not the Gypsy Moth. Country Gentleman 62:558.

Lintner, J. A. 1897. Pine Borer. Country Gentleman 62:867.

Lintner, J. A. 1897. Plant Lice. Country Gentleman 62:526.

Lintner, J. A. 1897. Potato Bugs. Country Gentleman 62:126.

Lintner, J. A. 1897. Probably the Cheese Mite. Country Gentleman 62:217.

Lintner, J. A. 1897. San Jose Scale. Country Gentleman 62:533.

Lintner, J. A. 1897. Scurfy Bark Louse. Country Gentleman 62:526.

Lintner, J. A. 1897. Strawberries and Indian Corn. Country Gentleman 62:394.

Lintner, J. A. 1897. Subterranean Grubs. Country Gentleman 62:666.

Lintner, J. A. 1897. Tent Caterpillar. Country Gentleman 62:390.

Lintner, J. A. 1897. The Long Sting. Country Gentleman 62:506.

Lintner, J. A. 1897. Tussock Moth. Country Gentleman 62:686.

Lintner, J. A. 1897. Two Insects. Country Gentleman 62:106.

Lintner, J. A. 1897. Uroceris albicornis. Country Gentleman 62:707.

Lintner, J. A. 1897. Wire Worms. Country Gentleman 62:486.

Lintner, J. A. 1896. Apple Maggot. Country Gentleman 61:270.

Lintner, J. A. 1896. Apple Maggot - Trypeta pomonella. Gardening 4:218.

Lintner, J. A. 1896. Apple Tree Borers. 61:949.

Lintner, J. A. 1896. Army Worm. Country Gentleman 61:574.

Lintner, J. A. 1896. Beech Tree Blight. Country Gentleman 61:705.

Lintner, J. A. 1896. Blister Beetles. Country Gentleman 61:624.

Lintner, J. A. 1896. Caterpillars and Parasites. Country Gentleman 61:670.

Lintner, J. A. 1896. Cercropia Moth. Country Gentleman 61:746.

Lintner, J. A. 1896. Cheese Skipper. Country Gentleman 61:293.

Lintner, J. A. 1896. Cut Worms and Borers. Country Gentleman 61:591.

Lintner, J. A. 1896. Elm Leaf Beetle. Country Gentleman 61:386.

Lintner, J. A. 1896. Elm Tree Borer. Country Gentleman 61:746.

Lintner, J. A. 1896. Fruit Tree Aphids. Country Gentleman 61:466.

Lintner, J. A. 1896. Harlequin Cabbage Bug. Gardening 4:266.

Lintner, J. A. 1896. Imported Scale Insects. Country Gentleman 61:746.

Lintner, J. A. 1896. More About the Army Worm. Country Gentleman 61:606.

Lintner, J. A. 1896. Notes on Some of the Insects of the Year in the State of New York. U. S. Deptment of Agriculture, Division Entomology, Bulletin 6:54-61.

Lintner, J. A. 1896. Oak Pruner. Country Gentleman 61:682.

Lintner, J. A. 1896. Pea Bugs. Country Gentleman 61:763.

Lintner, J. A. 1896. Plum Mite. Country Gentleman 61:406.

Lintner, J. A. 1896. Rose Bugs. Gardening 4:311.

Lintner, J. A. 1896. Rose Leaf Hopper. Country Gentleman 61:763.

Lintner, J. A. 1896. Scale Insects. Gardening 4:234.

Lintner, J. A. 1896. Snapping Bags. Country Gentleman 61:610.

Lintner, J. A. 1896. Solution for Killing Worms. Gardening 4:199.

Lintner, J. A. 1896. Southern Corn Root Worm. Country Gentleman 61:353.

Lintner, J. A. 1896. Tent Caterpillar. Country Gentleman 61:571.

Lintner, J. A. 1896. The 'Fire Worm'. Country Gentleman 61:431.

Lintner, J. A. 1896. Thousand Legged Worms Infesting Greenhouses. Gardening 4:251-252.

Lintner, J. A. 1896. Wheat Wire Worm. Country Gentleman 61:826.

Lintner, J. A. 1896. Willow Butterfly. Country Gentleman 61:666.

Lintner, J. A. 1896. Wire Worm. Country Gentleman 61:540.

Lintner, J. A. 1896. Wire Worms in Corn. Country Gentleman 61:144.

Lintner, J. A. 1895. A Friend, Not a Foe. Country Gentleman 60:685.

Lintner, J. A. 1895. A Pugnacious Caterpillar. Gardening 3:364.

Lintner, J. A. 1895. Ants in a Lawn. Country Gentleman 60:913.

Lintner, J. A. 1895. Apple Tree Aphis. Country Gentleman 60:271.

Lintner, J. A. 1895. Apple Tree Bark Louse. Country Gentleman 60:27.

Lintner, J. A. 1895. Asparagus Beetle Goes North. Country Gentleman 60:455.

Lintner, J. A. 1895. Attacking Scale Insects. Country Gentleman 60:108.

Lintner, J. A. 1895. Bad Scale on Currant Bushes. Gardening 3:263.

Lintner, J. A. 1895. Bean Weevil. Country Gentleman 60:389.

Lintner, J. A. 1895. Black Blister Beetle. Country Gentleman 60:632.

Lintner, J. A. 1895. Black Peach Aphis. Country Gentleman 60:583.

Lintner, J. A. 1895. Box Elder Plant Bug. Country Gentleman 60:786.

Lintner, J. A. 1895. Carpet Beetle. Country Gentleman 60:599.

Lintner, J. A. 1895. Caterpillars and Borers. Country Gentleman 60:632.

Lintner, J. A. 1895. Colorado Beetles. Country Gentleman 60:30.

Lintner, J. A. 1895. Currant Aphis. Gardening 3:263.

Lintner, J. A. 1895. Elm Leaf Beetle. Country Gentleman 60:568.

Lintner, J. A. 1895. English Sparrow. Country Gentleman 60:285.

Lintner, J. A. 1895. Garden Slugs. Country Gentleman 60:147.

Lintner, J. A. 1895. Harlequin Cabbage Bug. Country Gentleman 60:595.

Lintner, J. A. 1895. Horn Tail Borer. Country Gentleman 60:568.

Lintner, J. A. 1895. Humbug Insect Cure. Country Gentleman 60:687.

Lintner, J. A. 1895. Insect Attack on Maples. Gardening 3:364.

Lintner, J. A. 1895. Insect Gall. Gardening 3:366.

Lintner, J. A. 1895. Millepedes and Wire Worms. Country Gentleman 60:423.

Lintner, J. A. 1895. New Maple Tree Insect. Country Gentleman 60:484.

Lintner, J. A. 1895. New Scale Insect. Country Gentleman 60:585.

Lintner, J. A. 1895. Orchard Insects. Country Gentleman 60:568.

Lintner, J. A. 1895. Pear Midge Again. Country Gentleman 60:472.

Lintner, J. A. 1895. Plum Tree Aphis. Gardening 3:281.

Lintner, J. A. 1895. Plum Tree Scale. Country Gentleman 60:485.

Lintner, J. A. 1895. Rhinoceros Beetle. Country Gentleman 60:230.

Lintner, J. A. 1895. Scale Insect on Osage Orange Hedge. Gardening 4:11.

Lintner, J. A. 1895. Squash Bug. Country Gentleman 60:687.

Lintner, J. A. 1895. Squash Bugs-Squash Vine Borers. Country Gentleman 60:719.

Lintner, J. A. 1895. Sugar Maple Borer. Country Gentleman 60:583.

Lintner, J. A. 1895. The San Jose Scale, Aspidiotus perniciosus and Other Destructive Scale-insects of NY. New York State Museum Bulletin 13. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Lintner, J. A. 1895. To Kill Red Ants in the House. Gardening 4:12.

Lintner, J. A. 1895. Vermicides [Insecticides for Vermin]. Country Gentleman 60:266.

Lintner, J. A. 1894. Ants in Strawberry Beds. Country Gentleman 59:568.

Lintner, J. A. 1894. Apple Maggot. Country Gentleman 59:349.

Lintner, J. A. 1894. Beetle Feeding on Green Corn. Country Gentleman 59:701.

Lintner, J. A. 1894. Box Elder Plant Bug. Country Gentleman 59:699.

Lintner, J. A. 1894. Chestnut Weevil. Country Gentleman 59:504.

Lintner, J. A. 1894. Elm Leaf Beetle. Country Gentleman 59:600.

Lintner, J. A. 1894. Enemies of the Potato Beetle. Country Gentleman 59:568.

Lintner, J. A. 1894. Friendly Insects. Country Gentleman 59:504.

Lintner, J. A. 1894. Grape Vine Caterpillar. Country Gentleman 59:568.

Lintner, J. A. 1894. Grubs in Manure. Country Gentleman 59:931.

Lintner, J. A. 1894. Hellgramite Fly. Country Gentleman 59:520.

Lintner, J. A. 1894. Indian Centonia. Gardening 3:55-56.

Lintner, J. A. 1894. Injurious Beetles. Gardening 3:56.

Lintner, J. A. 1894. Insect that Kills the Pine Tree Borers. Gardening 2:292.

Lintner, J. A. 1894. Maple Tree Borer. Gardening 3:56.

Lintner, J. A. 1894. Maple Tree Insect. Gardening 2:206.

Lintner, J. A. 1894. Musk Mellon Borers at the South. Country Gentleman 59:721.

Lintner, J. A. 1894. North Dakota's New Bug. Country Gentleman 59:841.

Lintner, J. A. 1894. Pear Leaf Blister Mite. Country Gentleman 59:468.

Lintner, J. A. 1894. Pear Rust. Country Gentleman 59:722.

Lintner, J. A. 1894. Pear Rust - Causes Unknown. Country Gentleman 59:773.

Lintner, J. A. 1894. Plant Lice at the Roots of Asters, etc.. Gardening 2:358.

Lintner, J. A. 1894. Probably White Grubs. Country Gentleman 59:386.

Lintner, J. A. 1894. Rose Bugs. Country Gentleman 59:504.

Lintner, J. A. 1894. Rose Slug. Gardening 2:230.

Lintner, J. A. 1894. Squash Bug. Gardening 3:56.

Lintner, J. A. 1894. Sumac Galls. Country Gentleman 59:686.

Lintner, J. A. 1894. White Worms on the Roots of House Plants. Gardening 2:257.

Lintner, J. A. 1893. A Destructive Elm Tree Bark Borer. Garden and Forest 6:76.

Lintner, J. A. 1893. Angoumois Moth - Sitotroga cerealella.. Country Gentleman 58:188-189.

Lintner, J. A. 1893. Ants on Fruit Trees. Country Gentleman 58:523.

Lintner, J. A. 1893. Ants on Peonies. Country Gentleman 58:524.

Lintner, J. A. 1893. Apple Tree Aphis. Country Gentleman 58:449.

Lintner, J. A. 1893. Apple Tree Borer. Country Gentleman 58:387.

Lintner, J. A. 1893. Bag Worm. Country Gentleman 58:634.

Lintner, J. A. 1893. Black Blister Beetle Attack on Asters. Country Gentleman 2:28.

Lintner, J. A. 1893. Bud Worm. Country Gentleman 58:387.

Lintner, J. A. 1893. Cabbage Aphis. Country Gentleman 58:717.

Lintner, J. A. 1893. Caterpillar on Rye. Country Gentleman 58:508.

Lintner, J. A. 1893. Clover Hay Worm - Pyralis costalis Fabr. Country Gentleman 58:349.

Lintner, J. A. 1893. Clover Leaf Weevil. Country Gentleman 58:386.

Lintner, J. A. 1893. Clover Seed Caterpillar. Country Gentleman 58:773.

Lintner, J. A. 1893. Danger to Apple Buds. New England Homestead 27:236.

Lintner, J. A. 1893. Elm Leaf Beetle. Country Gentleman 58:558.

Lintner, J. A. 1893. Flower Crickets and Apple Twigs. Country Gentleman 58:246.

Lintner, J. A. 1893. Grain Weevil. Country Gentleman 58:674.

Lintner, J. A. 1893. Grasshopper Plague in New York. Country Gentleman 58:793.

Lintner, J. A. 1893. Greenhouse Pest. Gardening 1:313.

Lintner, J. A. 1893. Ground Beetle. Country Gentleman 58:540.

Lintner, J. A. 1893. Hellgramite Fly. Country Gentleman 58:508.

Lintner, J. A. 1893. How to Control the Squash Bug. Gardening 1:377-378.

Lintner, J. A. 1893. How to Prevent the Ravages of the Cabbage Maggot. Country Gentleman 1:155.

Lintner, J. A. 1893. Humming Bird Moth. Country Gentleman 58:634.

Lintner, J. A. 1893. Immense Swarms of a Butterfly. New York Homestead 27:273.

Lintner, J. A. 1893. Insect on Wisteria. Country Gentleman 58:557.

Lintner, J. A. 1893. Insect Pests. Gardening 2:77.

Lintner, J. A. 1893. Insects of the Past Year and Progress in Insect Studies. Albany Institute Proceedings 12:227-240.

Lintner, J. A. 1893. Insects on Lettuce and Cabbage. Gardening 1:264.

Lintner, J. A. 1893. Invasion of Plant Lice in New York.. American Farmer 74:1.

Lintner, J. A. 1893. Maple Tree Borer. Country Gentleman 58:557.

Lintner, J. A. 1893. Miss Ormerod's Report. Country Gentleman 58:289.

Lintner, J. A. 1893. Mites Attacking Mushrooms. 58:228-229.

Lintner, J. A. 1893. Myriapods and Mites in Scabby Potatoes. Country Gentleman 58:329.

Lintner, J. A. 1893. New Grape Vine Pests. Country Gentleman 58:523.

Lintner, J. A. 1893. New Peach Insect. Country Gentleman 58:508.

Lintner, J. A. 1893. On Arsenical Spraying of Fruit Trees While in Blossom. Insect Life 6:181-186.

Lintner, J. A. 1893. Onion Fly - Phorbia ceparum. Country Gentleman 58:246.

Lintner, J. A. 1893. Periodical Cicada. Country Gentleman 58:226.

Lintner, J. A. 1893. Plant Lice. Country Gentleman 58:186.

Lintner, J. A. 1893. Plugging Trees with Sulfur. Country Gentleman 58:753.

Lintner, J. A. 1893. Report of Entomologist. New York State Museum Annual Report 46:289-495.

Lintner, J. A. 1893. Report of the Committee on Entomology. Western New York Horticultural Society Proceedings 1893 28-43.

Lintner, J. A. 1893. Silk Worm Moth. Country Gentleman 58:558.

Lintner, J. A. 1893. Some Potato Pests. Country Gentleman 58:449.

Lintner, J. A. 1893. Spraying for Codling Moth. 58:329.

Lintner, J. A. 1893. Three Lined Leaf Beetle. Country Gentleman 58:524.

Lintner, J. A. 1893. Useful Beetle. Country Gentleman 58:524.

Lintner, J. A. 1893. Walnut Span Worm. Gardening 1:377.

Lintner, J. A. 1893. Water Beetle. Country Gentleman 58:558.

Lintner, J. A. 1893. Wheat Head Army Worm. Country Gentleman 58:539.

Lintner, J. A. 1893. Wheat Weevil. Country Gentleman 58:540.

Lintner, J. A. 1893. When to Spray. Country Gentleman 58:368.

Lintner, J. A. 1893. Woolly Plant Louse. Country Gentleman 58:558.

Lintner, J. A. 1893. Zebra Caterpillar. Country Gentleman 58:539.

Lintner, J. A. 1892. Apple Tree Bucculatrix. Country Gentleman 57:967.

Lintner, J. A. 1892. Apple Tree Tent Caterpillar. 57:492.

Lintner, J. A. 1892. Aster and Lily Pests. Country Gentleman 57:492.

Lintner, J. A. 1892. Black Blister Beetle. Country Gentleman 57:689.

Lintner, J. A. 1892. Cabbage Worms. Country Gentleman 57:767.

Lintner, J. A. 1892. Cauliflower Pest. Country Gentleman 57:600.

Lintner, J. A. 1892. Cherry Tree Aphis on the Wild Goose Plum. Country Gentleman 57:407.

Lintner, J. A. 1892. Cluster Flies - Pollenia rudis. Country Gentleman 57:358.

Lintner, J. A. 1892. Cow Horn Fly. Country Gentleman 57:501.

Lintner, J. A. 1892. Cow Horn Fly in New York. Country Gentleman 57:847.

Lintner, J. A. 1892. Distribution of the Pear Psylla. Country Gentleman 57:831.

Lintner, J. A. 1892. Hag Moth Caterpillar. Country Gentleman 57:709.

Lintner, J. A. 1892. Harlequin Cabbage Bug. 57:458.

Lintner, J. A. 1892. Injuries to a Maple Tree. Country Gentleman 57:552.

Lintner, J. A. 1892. Kerosene Emulsion. Country Gentleman 57:767.

Lintner, J. A. 1892. Killing the Pea Weevil. Rural New Yorker 51:227.

Lintner, J. A. 1892. Meal Worm - Tenebrio obscurus. Country Gentleman 57:501.

Lintner, J. A. 1892. Pear Eating Beetle. Country Gentleman 57:667.

Lintner, J. A. 1892. Pear Leaf Blister. Country Gentleman 57:504.

Lintner, J. A. 1892. Pear Tree Psylla. Science 19:343-344.

Lintner, J. A. 1892. Remedy for the Army Worm. Country Gentleman 57:750.

Lintner, J. A. 1892. Report of Entomologist. New York State Museum Annual Report 45:103-320.

Lintner, J. A. 1892. Rose Leaf Caterpillar. Country Gentleman 57:667.

Lintner, J. A. 1892. Scurfy Bark Louse. Country Gentleman 57:458.

Lintner, J. A. 1892. Slugs on Pear Trees. Country Gentleman 57:387.

Lintner, J. A. 1892. Spotted Horn Bug. Country Gentleman 57:767.

Lintner, J. A. 1892. State Entomologist's Report. Annual Report of the New York State Museum 44:196-404.

Lintner, J. A. 1892. Strawberry Root Grub. Country Gentleman 57:667.

Lintner, J. A. 1892. Tent Caterpillar. Country Gentleman 57:767.

Lintner, J. A. 1892. Thrips Attack on Cabbage. Country Gentleman 57:809.

Lintner, J. A. 1892. Tischeria Apple Leaf Miner. 57:809.

Lintner, J. A. 1892. Weevil in a Granary. Country Gentleman 57:750.

Lintner, J. A. 1892. Will the Cow Horn Fly Remain with Us?. Country Gentleman 57:769.

Lintner, J. A. 1891. A Destructive Potato Aphis. 56:857.

Lintner, J. A. 1891. A Serious danger - New Pest that Threatens the Pear Crop. New England Homestead 25:249.

Lintner, J. A. 1891. An Interesting Caterpillar. 56:797.

Lintner, J. A. 1891. Apple Aphis. Country Gentleman 56:578.

Lintner, J. A. 1891. Apple Tree Insects of Early Spring. Country Gentleman 56:374-375.

Lintner, J. A. 1891. Arsenic and Honey - Experiments. [Is Arsenical Spraying Harmful to Honey Bees?]. Country Gentleman 56:317.

Lintner, J. A. 1891. Bacon Beetle. Country Gentleman 56:130.

Lintner, J. A. 1891. Bark Lice. Country Gentleman 56:257.

Lintner, J. A. 1891. Beet Insects. Country Gentleman 56:577.

Lintner, J. A. 1891. Cecropia Caterpillar. Country Gentleman 56:777.

Lintner, J. A. 1891. Cow Horn Fly in New York. Country Gentleman 56:735.

Lintner, J. A. 1891. Early 'Grasshoppers'. Country Gentleman 57:286-287.

Lintner, J. A. 1891. Elm Leaf Beetle. Country Gentleman 56:735.

Lintner, J. A. 1891. Gartered Plume Moth. Country Gentleman 56:497.

Lintner, J. A. 1891. Grain Weevil Infesting Mills. Country Gentleman 56:47.

Lintner, J. A. 1891. Grape Curculio. Country Gentleman 56:735.

Lintner, J. A. 1891. Grape Vine Leaf Hopper. Country Gentleman 56:815.

Lintner, J. A. 1891. Honey Dew on Pear Twigs. 56:317.

Lintner, J. A. 1891. How to Control the Hop Aphis. 25:193.

Lintner, J. A. 1891. How to Kill the Rose Bug. New England Homestead 25:205.

Lintner, J. A. 1891. Injurious Insects. Country Gentleman 56:273.

Lintner, J. A. 1891. Insects Injuring Red Raspberries. Rural New Yorker 50:577.

Lintner, J. A. 1891. Lady Bird and Cherry Aphis. Country Gentleman 56:537.

Lintner, J. A. 1891. Leaf Eating Beetle. Country Gentleman 56:735.

Lintner, J. A. 1891. Locust Mite. Country Gentleman 56:775.

Lintner, J. A. 1891. Measuring Worm. Country Gentleman 56:735.

Lintner, J. A. 1891. Melon and Strawberry Pests. Country Gentleman 56:457.

Lintner, J. A. 1891. New Strawberry Pest. Country Gentleman 56:515.

Lintner, J. A. 1891. On the Eye Spotted Bud Moth in Western New York. Canadian Entomologist 23:231.

Lintner, J. A. 1891. Orange Leaf Trouble. Country Gentleman 56:375.

Lintner, J. A. 1891. Peach Tree Borer. Country Gentleman 56:457.

Lintner, J. A. 1891. Pear Midge, Diplosis pyrivora, in New York. Canadian Entomologist (23):224.

Lintner, J. A. 1891. Pear Tree Psylla. Country Gentleman 56:637.

Lintner, J. A. 1891. Pine Beetle Injuring Linen. Country Gentleman 56:706.

Lintner, J. A. 1891. Quince Tree Borer. Country Gentleman 56:294.

Lintner, J. A. 1891. Rat Tail Larva. Country Gentleman 56:735.

Lintner, J. A. 1891. Scale Insects. Country Gentleman 56:257.

Lintner, J. A. 1891. Squash Bug. Country Gentleman 56:331.

Lintner, J. A. 1891. Wheat Insects. Country Gentleman 56:438.

Lintner, J. A. 1891. White Grubs. Country Gentleman 56:875.

Lintner, J. A. 1891. Wire Worms in Corn. Country Gentleman 56:431.

Lintner, J. A. 1890. 6th Report on the Injurious and Other Insects of the State of New York. James B. Lyon, Albany, New York.

Lintner, J. A. 1890. 7th Report on the Injurious and Other Insects of the State of New York.. James B. Lyon, Albany, New York.

Lintner, J. A. 1890. Apple Leaf Bucculatrix. Country Gentleman 55:962.

Lintner, J. A. 1890. Apple Tree Insects. Country Gentleman 55:329.

Lintner, J. A. 1890. Bean Weevil. Country Gentleman 55:898.

Lintner, J. A. 1890. Bot Fly of the Hare. Country Gentleman 55:905-906.

Lintner, J. A. 1890. Carpet Beetle. Country Gentleman 55:662.

Lintner, J. A. 1890. Coleophora sp. - A New Pear Insect. Popular Gardening 5:198.

Lintner, J. A. 1890. Curious Jumping Gall. Popular Science News 24:119.

Lintner, J. A. 1890. Diseased Austrian Pines. Country Gentleman 55:820.

Lintner, J. A. 1890. Eggs in Plum Twig. Country Gentleman 55:407.

Lintner, J. A. 1890. Elm Tree Beetle. Country Gentleman 55:644.

Lintner, J. A. 1890. Fly, Chloropisca prolifica [variceps]. Country Gentleman 55(349):

Lintner, J. A. 1890. Grain Aphis. Country Gentleman 55:470.

Lintner, J. A. 1890. Grain Weevil Distributed. Country Gentleman 55:489.

Lintner, J. A. 1890. Grape Vine Flea Beetle. Popular Gardening 5:198.

Lintner, J. A. 1890. Gypsy Moth in Medford, Mass. Country Gentleman 55:69.

Lintner, J. A. 1890. Insect Parasites. Country Gentleman 55:621.

Lintner, J. A. 1890. Larch Saw Fly. Country Gentleman 55:905.

Lintner, J. A. 1890. Locust Tree Borer. Country Gentleman 55:644.

Lintner, J. A. 1890. Manual of Injurious Insects. Country Gentleman 55:822-823.

Lintner, J. A. 1890. New Bug. [Destructive Apple Tree Insect]. New England Homestead 24:232.

Lintner, J. A. 1890. New Enemy of the Currant Worm. Popular Gardening 5:198.

Lintner, J. A. 1890. Peach Bark Borer. Popular Gardening 5:198.

Lintner, J. A. 1890. Pear Blight Beetle. Popular Gardening 5:198.

Lintner, J. A. 1890. Pear Leaf Blister. Country Gentleman 55:781.

Lintner, J. A. 1890. Poisoning Insects. Country Gentleman 55:347.

Lintner, J. A. 1890. Quince Blossom Beetle. Popular Gardening 5:198.

Lintner, J. A. 1890. Report of the State Entomologist. New York State Museum Annual Report 43:99-205.

Lintner, J. A. 1890. Rose Leaf Hopper and Rose Slug. 55:538.

Lintner, J. A. 1890. Sheep Scab. Country Gentleman 55:493.

Lintner, J. A. 1890. Snails - Slugs. Country Gentleman 55:819.

Lintner, J. A. 1890. Spittle Insects. Country Gentleman 55:759.

Lintner, J. A. 1890. Spraying for Fruit Tree Insects. Country Gentleman 55:407.

Lintner, J. A. 1890. Spraying for the Curculio. Country Gentleman 55:329.

Lintner, J. A. 1890. Striped Cucumber Beetle. Country Gentleman 55:925-926.

Lintner, J. A. 1890. Sweet Potato Beetles. Country Gentleman 55:538.

Lintner, J. A. 1890. Syrphus Fly. Country Gentleman 55:644.

Lintner, J. A. 1890. Useful Insects. Country Gentleman 55:170.

Lintner, J. A. 1890. Weevils in Rye. Country Gentleman 55:782.

Lintner, J. A. 1890. Wire Worms on Cabbage. Country Gentleman 55:450.

Lintner, J. A. 1890. Woolly Bear Caterpillar - Phrrharctia isabella. Country Gentleman 55:941.

Lintner, J. A. 1890. [Corn] Cutworm. Country Gentleman 55:590.

Lintner, J. A. 1889. 5th Report on the Injurious and Other Insects of the State of New York. The Troy Press Company, Albany, New York.

Lintner, J. A. 1889. A Bombarding Beetle. Country Gentleman 54:671.

Lintner, J. A. 1889. A Hom Tail and its Enermes. 54:881.

Lintner, J. A. 1889. Apple Tree Bark Louse. 54:269.

Lintner, J. A. 1889. Apple Tree Flies. Country Gentleman 54:457.

Lintner, J. A. 1889. Apple Tree Tent Caterpillar. Country Gentleman 54:269.

Lintner, J. A. 1889. Apple Tree Worm. Country Gentleman 54:440.

Lintner, J. A. 1889. Asparagus Beetle. Country Gentleman 54:478.

Lintner, J. A. 1889. Bean Weevil. New England Homestead 23:425.

Lintner, J. A. 1889. Beech Tree Borer - Aegeria [Sanninoidea] exitiosa. Country Gentleman 54:861.

Lintner, J. A. 1889. Black Blister Beetle. Country Gentleman 54:694.

Lintner, J. A. 1889. Cabbage Maggot. Country Gentleman 54:440.

Lintner, J. A. 1889. Corn Worm. New England Homestead 23:237.

Lintner, J. A. 1889. Cow Fly. Country Gentleman 54:579.

Lintner, J. A. 1889. Currant Aphis. Country Gentleman 54:474.

Lintner, J. A. 1889. Grain Aphis. Country Gentleman 54:457.

Lintner, J. A. 1889. Hop Yard Pest Reappears. 54:497.

Lintner, J. A. 1889. Insect Depredations. Country Gentleman 54:496.

Lintner, J. A. 1889. Insects in Cordwood. Country Gentleman 54:862.

Lintner, J. A. 1889. Insects in Wheat - Not Injurious. Rural New Yorker 48:509.

Lintner, J. A. 1889. Insects on Lima Beans-Squash Bugs. Country Gentleman 54:543.

Lintner, J. A. 1889. Maple Tree Borer. Country Gentleman 54:579.

Lintner, J. A. 1889. Mites in Bran. Country Gentleman 54:711.

Lintner, J. A. 1889. Oak Tree Pruner. Country Gentleman 54:651.

Lintner, J. A. 1889. Parasite on Potato Beetle. 54:456-457.

Lintner, J. A. 1889. Preserving Insect Specimens. 54:409.

Lintner, J. A. 1889. Remarkable Display of Eel Worms. Country Gentleman 54:389.

Lintner, J. A. 1889. Remedies for the Hop Louse. New England Homestead 23:253.

Lintner, J. A. 1889. Report of Entomologist. New York State Museum Annual Report 42:145-347.

Lintner, J. A. 1889. Rose Bug Destroying Peaches. Country Gentleman 54:441.

Lintner, J. A. 1889. Rose Leafhopper. Country Gentleman 54:441.

Lintner, J. A. 1889. White Grub of the May beetle-Lachnosterua fusca. New York State Agricultural Society Transactions 34:5-33.

Lintner, J. A. 1889. Yellow Woolly Bear. New England Homestead 23:253.

Lintner, J. A. 1888. 4th Report on the Injurious and Other Insects of the State of New York.. The Troy Press Company, Albany, New York.

Lintner, J. A. 1888. A Familiar Pest. New England Homestead 22:421.

Lintner, J. A. 1888. An Ichneumonizd Caterpillar. Interesting Case of Parasitism. Country Gentleman 53:725.

Lintner, J. A. 1888. Apple Tree Tent Caterpillar -Clisiocampa americana. Country Gentleman 53:511.

Lintner, J. A. 1888. Ash Grey Blister Beetle. Country Gentleman 53:547.

Lintner, J. A. 1888. Bacon Beetle Attacks Comb. Bee Keepers' Magazine 16:143-144.

Lintner, J. A. 1888. Bee Keeper's Guide. Country Gentleman 53:727.

Lintner, J. A. 1888. Black Long Sting. New England Homestead 22:286.

Lintner, J. A. 1888. Caterpillar on the Chestnut. Country Gentleman 53:786.

Lintner, J. A. 1888. Cockscomb Elm Gall. Country Gentleman 53:496.

Lintner, . 1888. Cow Fly or Texas Fly. Country Gentleman 53:779.

Lintner, J. A. 1888. Cow Fly, Horn Fly or Texan Fly. Country Gentleman 53:759.

Lintner, J. A. 1888. Cut-worms. New York State Museum Bulletin 6. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Lintner, J. A. 1888. Egg Deposits of Flower Crickets. Country Gentleman 53:911.

Lintner, J. A. 1888. Elm Leaf Beetle. Country Gentleman 53:249.

Lintner, J. A. 1888. Fly on the Heads of Cattle. Country Gentleman 53:705.

Lintner, J. A. 1888. Friends, Not Foes. Country Gentleman 53:430.

Lintner, J. A. 1888. Grape Leaf Galls. Country Gentleman 53:511.

Lintner, J. A. 1888. Grape Vine Caterpillar - Thyreus abbotii. Country Gentleman 53:599.

Lintner, J. A. 1888. Hag Moth Caterpillar. Country Gentleman 53:725.

Lintner, J. A. 1888. Honey Dew on Hickory Leaves. Country Gentleman 53:511.

Lintner, J. A. 1888. Identification of the Cow Fly-Haematobia serrata. Country Gentleman 53:893.

Lintner, J. A. 1888. Insects on Apple Trees. Country Gentleman 53:548.

Lintner, J. A. 1888. Leafhopper. Vineyardist 2:113.

Lintner, J. A. 1888. Light Loving Grape Vine Beetle - Anomala lucicola. Country Gentleman 53:565.

Lintner, J. A. 1888. Maple Leaf Mite Gall. Country Gentleman 53:460-461.

Lintner, J. A. 1888. Melon Plant Louse. Country Gentleman 53:725.

Lintner, J. A. 1888. Oak Galls. Country Gentleman 53:775.

Lintner, J. A. 1888. Our Worst Enemies - The Bugs. Country Gentleman 53:269.

Lintner, J. A. 1888. Pea Weevil. Country Gentleman 53:229.

Lintner, J. A. 1888. Red Humped Apple Tree Caterpillar. Country Gentleman 53:875.

Lintner, J. A. 1888. Remedies for Scale Insects. Country Gentleman 53:169.

Lintner, J. A. 1888. Report of Entomologist. New York State Historical Association Proceedings 41:123-358.

Lintner, J. A. 1888. Spittle Insects. New England Homestead 22:333.

Lintner, J. A. 1888. Stalk Borer. Country Gentleman 53:532.

Lintner, J. A. 1888. Striped Flea Beetle. Country Gentleman 52:289.

Lintner, J. A. 1888. Sulfur for the Elm Beetle. 53:209.

Lintner, J. A. 1888. The White Grub of the May Beetle. New York State Museum Bulletin 5. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Lintner, J. A. 1888. Thousand Legged Worms. Country Gentleman 53:725.

Lintner, J. A. 1888. To Kill Plant Lice. Farm and Home 9:158.

Lintner, J. A. 1888. Unrecognized Apple Tree Attack. Country Gentleman 53:329.

Lintner, J. A. 1888. White Flower Cricket. Country Gentleman 53:329.

Lintner, J. A. 1888. White Marked Tussock Egg Clusters. Country Gentleman 53:911.

Lintner, J. A. 1888. Wire Worms. Country Gentleman 53:893.

Lintner, J. A. 1888. Yellow Necked Apple Tree Caterpillar. Country Gentleman 53:743.

Lintner, J. A. 1887. An Ichneumonized Caterpillar. Country Gentleman 52:673.

Lintner, J. A. 1887. Another Apple Tree Pest. Country Gentleman 52:398.

Lintner, J. A. 1887. Aphididae, or Plant Lice. Western New York Horticultural Society Proceedings 32:85-97.

Lintner, J. A. 1887. Apple Tree Bark Louse. Country Gentleman 52:321.

Lintner, J. A. 1887. Asparagus and Pear Blight Beetles.. Country Gentleman 52:817.

Lintner, J. A. 1887. Bag Worm. Country Gentleman 52:837.

Lintner, J. A. 1887. Blister Beetle Attack. Country Gentleman 52:674.

Lintner, J. A. 1887. Borers in Timber. Country Gentleman 52:341.

Lintner, J. A. 1887. Bug Injurious to Shade Trees. Country Gentleman 52:69.

Lintner, J. A. 1887. Cockscomb Elm Gall. Country Gentleman 52:491.

Lintner, J. A. 1887. Currant Worm Remedy. Popular Gardening 2:120-121.

Lintner, J. A. 1887. Elm Leaf Beetle. Country Gentleman 52:565.

Lintner, J. A. 1887. Elm Leaf Beetle Going Northward. Country Gentleman 52:421.

Lintner, J. A. 1887. Elm Leaf Spraying. Country Gentleman 52:694.

Lintner, J. A. 1887. Four Lined Leaf Beetle on the Currant. Country Gentleman 52:547.

Lintner, J. A. 1887. Fuller's Rose Beetle - Aramigis fulleri Horn. Country Gentleman 52:89.

Lintner, J. A. 1887. Grape Insects in Manure. American Garden 8:396.

Lintner, J. A. 1887. Grape Vine Leafhopper. Country Gentleman 52:493.

Lintner, J. A. 1887. Harvest Fly. Country Gentleman 52:674.

Lintner, J. A. 1887. Honey Dew Eaten by Bees. Country Gentleman 52:341.

Lintner, J. A. 1887. Hop Louse. Country Gentleman 52:511.

Lintner, J. A. 1887. How to Prevent the Cabbage Maggot. New England Homestead 21:136.

Lintner, J. A. 1887. Insects and Yellows in the Peach. 52:857.

Lintner, J. A. 1887. Lady Birds, Leaf, and Carpet Beetles. Country Gentleman 52:381.

Lintner, J. A. 1887. Life History of Hemileuca maia Drury. Swiss Cross 1:131-139.

Lintner, J. A. 1887. Meal Worm in Salt. Country Gentleman 52:530.

Lintner, J. A. 1887. Milkweed Beetle with Bad Habits. Country Gentleman 52:673.

Lintner, J. A. 1887. Mites on Arbor Vitae. Country Gentleman 52:614.

Lintner, J. A. 1887. New Cotton Pest. Country Gentleman 52:441.

Lintner, J. A. 1887. New(?) Aphis on Hop Roots. Country Gentleman 52:401.

Lintner, J. A. 1887. Ox Warble Fly. Country Gentleman 52:493.

Lintner, J. A. 1887. Praying Mantis and its Eggs. Country Gentleman 52:9.

Lintner, J. A. 1887. Queer Foe to the Caterpillar. New England Homestead 22:354.

Lintner, J. A. 1887. Report of Entomologist. New York State Museum Annual Report 40:79-154.

Lintner, J. A. 1887. Rose Bug. Country Gentleman (52):511.

Lintner, J. A. 1887. Saw Fly on Apple Trees. Country Gentleman 52:421.

Lintner, J. A. 1887. The Cucurlio on the Apple. Country Gentleman 52:565.

Lintner, J. A. 1887. Thrips in Strawberry Blossoms. Country Gentleman 52:459.

Lintner, J. A. 1887. Two Marked Tree Hopper. Country Gentleman 52:783.

Lintner, J. A. 1887. White Grub Attack on Wheat. Country Gentleman 52:817.

Lintner, J. A. 1887. Wood Eating Insect. Country Gentleman 52:257.

Lintner, J. A. 1886. A Queer Bug and Other Insects. Country Gentleman 51:753.

Lintner, J. A. 1886. Annual Address of the President of the Entomological Club of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, at the Buffalo meeting, Aug. 17, 1886. Entomologica Americana 2:143-160.

Lintner, J. A. 1886. Apple Tree Aphis. Country Gentleman 51:429.

Lintner, J. A. 1886. Apple Tree Aphis Infesting Our Orchards. New England Homestead 20:189.

Lintner, J. A. 1886. Apple Tree Back Louse. Country Gentleman 51:469.

Lintner, J. A. 1886. Apple tree Pest and Parasite. Country Gentleman 51:695.

Lintner, J. A. 1886. Asparagus Beetle. Country Gentleman 51:429.

Lintner, J. A. 1886. Birch Seed Insect. Country Gentleman 51:287.

Lintner, J. A. 1886. Canker Worm and Codling Moth Described. New England Homestead 20:192.

Lintner, J. A. 1886. Carrot and Parsnip Aphids. Country Gentleman 51:695.

Lintner, J. A. 1886. Cause and Treatment of Gapes. Country Gentleman 51:289.

Lintner, J. A. 1886. Cause of Gapes. Country Gentleman 51:269.

Lintner, J. A. 1886. Cockscomb Elm Gall. Country Gentleman 51:695.

Lintner, J. A. 1886. Curculio Demonstration. Country Gentleman 51:366-367.

Lintner, J. A. 1886. Elm Leaf Beetle. Country Gentleman 51:409.

Lintner, J. A. 1886. Forest Tent Caterpillar. New England Homestead 20:229.

Lintner, J. A. 1886. Gapes in Fowls. Country Gentleman 51:731.

Lintner, J. A. 1886. Grain Aphis in Maryland. Country Gentleman 51:893.

Lintner, J. A. 1886. Grapevine Scale Insect. New England Homestead 20:221.

Lintner, J. A. 1886. Ham Infesting Mite. Country Gentleman 51:695.

Lintner, J. A. 1886. Honey Dew on Maple Leaves. New England Homestead 20:344.

Lintner, J. A. 1886. Honey Dew on the Hop Vine. Country Gentleman 51:553.

Lintner, J. A. 1886. Horizontal Borings in Tree Trunks. Country Gentleman 51:409.

Lintner, J. A. 1886. Insects and Other Pests. New England Homestead 20:189.

Lintner, J. A. 1886. Maple Tree Pruner - Elaphidion sp. Country Gentleman 51:677.

Lintner, J. A. 1886. Muskmelon Worm. Country Gentleman 51:733.

Lintner, J. A. 1886. New and Destructive Borer to be Conquered. New England Homestead 20:341.

Lintner, J. A. 1886. New Attack on the Potato. New England Homestead 20:273.

Lintner, J. A. 1886. New Attack on Wheat. Country Gentleman 51:487.

Lintner, J. A. 1886. New Strawberry Insect. New England Homestead 20:216.

Lintner, J. A. 1886. Orange Insects. Country Gentleman 51:370.

Lintner, J. A. 1886. Plant Louse on the Potato. Country Gentleman 51:569.

Lintner, J. A. 1886. Potato Stalk Weevil - Trichobaris trinotata Say. American Rural Home 30(16):8.

Lintner, J. A. 1886. Report of' Entomologist. New York State Museum Annual Report 39:77-125.

Lintner, J. A. 1886. Severe Attack on the Potato. Country Gentleman 51:773.

Lintner, J. A. 1886. Silk Culture. Country Gentleman 51:735.

Lintner, J. A. 1886. Some Injurious Insects of Massachusetts. Annual Report 33. Massachusetts State Board of Agiculture.

Lintner, J. A. 1886. Spring Canker Worm - Anisopterix [Pileacrita] vernata Peck. Country Gentleman 51:249.

Lintner, J. A. 1886. Squash Bug. New England Homestead 20:229.

Lintner, J. A. 1886. Stalk Borer. New England Homestead 20:277.

Lintner, J. A. 1886. U. S. Entomological Report. Country Gentleman 51:695.

Lintner, J. A. 1886. Unknown Grass Insect. Country Gentleman 51:503.

Lintner, J. A. 1885. 2nd Report on the Injurious and Other Insects of the State of New York. Weed, Parsons and Company, Albany, North Carolina.

Lintner, J. A. 1885. Another Potato Pest. New England Homestead 19:309.

Lintner, J. A. 1885. Apple Insects and the Rhinoceros Beetle. Country Gentleman 50:623.

Lintner, J. A. 1885. Apple Tree Bark Louse. New England Homestead 19:269.

Lintner, J. A. 1885. Bag Worm - Thryridopteryx ephemeraeformis. Country Gentleman 50:801.

Lintner, J. A. 1885. Canker Worm. Country Gentleman 50:519.

Lintner, J. A. 1885. Cause of Black Knot. Country Gentleman 50:607.

Lintner, J. A. 1885. Clubbed Tortoise Beetle. Country Gentleman 50:841.

Lintner, J. A. 1885. Cucumber Moth. Country Gentleman 50:607.

Lintner, J. A. 1885. Cut Worm and Onion Maggot. Country Gentleman 50:574-575.

Lintner, J. A. 1885. Death Watch - Clothilla pulsatoria. Country Gentleman 50:861.

Lintner, J. A. 1885. Eggs of a Katydid. Country Gentleman 50:881.

Lintner, J. A. 1885. Elm Leaf Beetle. Country Gentleman 50:841.

Lintner, J. A. 1885. Entomological. [Answers to inquiries]. Country Gentleman 50:592.

Lintner, J. A. 1885. False Chinch Bug. Country Gentleman 50:661.

Lintner, J. A. 1885. Fig Eater-Allorhina nitida. Country Gentleman 50:575.

Lintner, J. A. 1885. Insect Eggs on Strawberries. Country Gentleman 50:537.

Lintner, J. A. 1885. New Insect Foe to the Cut Worm. New England Homestead 19:405.

Lintner, J. A. 1885. Owl Beetle - Alaus oculatus [subsequently proved to be A. myops]. Country Gentleman 50:307.

Lintner, J. A. 1885. Peach and Cherry Borers. Country Gentleman 50:575.

Lintner, J. A. 1885. Pear Blight Beetle. (Country gentleman. June 18, 1885. 50: S1723). Country Gentleman 50:517.

Lintner, J. A. 1885. Plant Lice, Elm Beetles, etc.. New England Homestead 19:269.

Lintner, J. A. 1885. Potato Bug Parasite. New England Homestead 19:237.

Lintner, J. A. 1885. Red Spider-Tetranyclus telarius Linn. Country Gentleman 50:821.

Lintner, J. A. 1885. Remedies for the White Grub. New England Homestead 19:205.

Lintner, J. A. 1885. Report of Entornologist. New York State Museum Annual Report 38:67-76.

Lintner, J. A. 1885. Roestelia aurantiaca. Country Gentleman 50:661.

Lintner, J. A. 1885. Round Headed Apple Tree Borer - Saperda candida Fabr. Country Gentleman 50:590-591.

Lintner, J. A. 1885. Saw Fly on Fruit Trees. Country Gentleman 50:921.

Lintner, J. A. 1885. Scale Insect Attack on Ivy. Country Gentleman 50:169.

Lintner, J. A. 1884. Attack on the Apple Worm - A Friend, Not a Foe. Country Gentleman 49:897.

Lintner, J. A. 1884. Bacon Beetle - Dermestes lardarius. Country Gentleman 49:537.

Lintner, J. A. 1884. Buffalo Gnat. Country Gentleman 49:577.

Lintner, J. A. 1884. Carpet Beetle - Anthrenus scrophulariae Linn. Country Gentleman 49:676-677.

Lintner, J. A. 1884. Clover Insects. New York State Agricultural Society Transactions 33:206-207.

Lintner, J. A. 1884. Corn Cut Worm. Bulletin 86. New York Agricultural Experiment Station, Albany, New York.

Lintner, J. A. 1884. Cut Worms. New York State Agricultural Society Annual Report 44:56-80.

Lintner, J. A. 1884. Fuller's Rose Beetle - Aramigus fulleri. Country Gentleman 19:49.

Lintner, J. A. 1884. Horn Tail - Urocerus cressoni. Country Gentleman 49:9.

Lintner, J. A. 1884. Insect Attack New to the State-Isosoma tritici, on Wheat, in Geneva.. Bulletin 100. New York Agricultural Experiment Station, Albany, New York.

Lintner, J. A. 1884. Insect Attack on a Julus. Canadian Entomologist 16:80.

Lintner, J. A. 1884. Insect Injury to Grape Vines. Country Gentleman 49:397.

Lintner, J. A. 1884. Insects Mining Beet Leaves. Country Gentleman 49:677.

Lintner, J. A. 1884. Jumping Seeds. Country Gentleman 49:757.

Lintner, J. A. 1884. Lunate Long Sting - Thalessa lunator Fabr. Country Gentleman 49:331.

Lintner, J. A. 1884. Maple Tree Scale Insect. Country Gentleman 49:556-557.

Lintner, J. A. 1884. New Rose Pest - Homoptera lunata. Country Gentleman 49:737.

Lintner, J. A. 1884. On Some Rio Grande Lepidoptera. Papilio 4:135-147.

Lintner, J. A. 1884. Punctured Clover Leaf Weevil. Country Gentleman 49:457.

Lintner, J. A. 1884. Report of State Entomologist. New York State Museum Annual Report 37:47-62.

Lintner, J. A. 1884. Spring Canker Worm - Anisopteryx [Paleacrita] vernata Peck. Country Gentleman 49:577.

Lintner, J. A. 1884. Squash Borers. Country Gentleman 49:397.

Lintner, J. A. 1884. Squash Vine Borer - 1. Milittia cucurbitae Harr. [satyriniformis Hubn.]. Country Gentleman 49:477.

Lintner, J. A. 1884. Squash Vine Borer-2. Country Gentleman 49:497.

Lintner, J. A. 1884. Squash Vine Borer-3. Country Gentleman 49:517.

Lintner, J. A. 1884. Stinging Bug-Melanolestes picipes H.-S.. Country Gentleman 49:877.

Lintner, J. A. 1884. White Grub-Lachnosterna fusca. Country Gentleman 49:757.

Lintner, J. A. 1883. 1st Annual Report on the Injurious and Other Insects of the State of New York. Weed, Parsons and Company, Albany, New York.

Lintner, J. A. 1883. An Interesting Bug. Country Gentleman 48:541.

Lintner, J. A. 1883. Ant Lion. Country Gentleman 48:981.

Lintner, J. A. 1883. Apple Maggot-Trypeta pomonella. Bulletin 75. New York Agricultural Experiment Station, Albany, New York.

Lintner, J. A. 1883. Bark Louse on Willow. Country Gentleman 48:801.

Lintner, J. A. 1883. Bean Weevil. Country Gentleman 48:317.

Lintner, J. A. 1883. Black Long Sting - Rhyssa [Thalessa] atrata Fabr. Country Gentleman 48:561.

Lintner, J. A. 1883. Captures of Feniseca tarquinius Fabr. Psyche 4:75.

Lintner, J. A. 1883. Carpet Bug-Anthrenus scrophulariae. Country Gentleman 48:681.

Lintner, J. A. 1883. Chinch Bug in New York. Science 2:540.

Lintner, J. A. 1883. Chinch Bug in Northern New York. Country Gentleman 48:841.

Lintner, J. A. 1883. Codling Moth of the Apple. Country Gentleman 48:421.

Lintner, J. A. 1883. Curious Ichneumon Cocoons. Country Gentleman 48:481.

Lintner, J. A. 1883. Frenching of Corn. Country Gentleman 48:661.

Lintner, J. A. 1883. Grape pest-Procris [Harrisina] americana. Country Gentleman 48:621.

Lintner, J. A. 1883. Hairworm, Vanessa, Alaus, Gordius and Mermis. Country Gentleman 48:581.

Lintner, J. A. 1883. Maple Tree Scale Insect - Lecanium [Pulvinaria] innumerabilis Rathvon. Country Gentleman 48:541.

Lintner, J. A. 1883. Mole Cricket. Country Gentleman 48:861.

Lintner, J. A. 1883. New Corn Pest - Megilla maculata. Country Gentleman 48:941.

Lintner, J. A. 1883. New Sexual Character in the Pupae of Some Lepidoptera. Psyche 4:103-106.

Lintner, J. A. 1883. Oak Moth - Anisota senatoria Sm. -Abb.. Country Gentleman 48:601.

Lintner, J. A. 1883. On An Egg Parasite of the Currant Saw Fly -Nematus ventricosus Klug [Pterouus ribesii Scop.].. Psyche 4:48-51.

Lintner, J. A. 1883. Pine Emperor Moth. Country Gentleman 48:781.

Lintner, J. A. 1883. Potter Wasp Cells on Grape Leaves - Eumenes fraternus Say. Country Gentleman 48:641.

Lintner, J. A. 1883. Rearing Lepidoptera. Psyche 4:53.

Lintner, J. A. 1883. Rose Leaf Insect. Country Gentleman 48:169.

Lintner, J. A. 1883. Saw Fly Larvae on Quince. Country Gentleman 48:801.

Lintner, J. A. 1883. Striped Squash Beetle. Country Gentleman 48:681.

Lintner, J. A. 1883. Thousand Legged Worms in a Nursery - Julus caerulieocinctus Wood. Country Gentleman 48:421.

Lintner, J. A. 1883. White Grub of the May beetle --Lachnosterna fusca. New York State Agricultural Society Annual Report 43:20-37.

Lintner, J. A. 1882. Apple Leaf Bucculatrix. Country Gentleman 47:207.

Lintner, J. A. 1882. Apple Tree Case Bearer. Country Gentleman 47:535.

Lintner, J. A. 1882. Bark Beetle. Country Gentleman 47:605.

Lintner, J. A. 1882. Black Blister Beetle - Epicauta pennsylvanica DeGeer. Country Gentleman 47:745.

Lintner, J. A. 1882. Destructive Elm Leaf Beetle - Galerucella xanthomelaena Schrank. Country Gentleman 47:805.

Lintner, J. A. 1882. Entomological - The Anatomy of the Mouth Parts and the Sucking Apparatus of Some Diptera.. Country Gentleman 47:151.

Lintner, J. A. 1882. Hag Moth Caterpillar. Country Gentleman 47:745.

Lintner, J. A. 1882. Hessian Fly in Ohio. Country Gentleman 47:567.

Lintner, J. A. 1882. Hickory Borer--Cyllene pictus Drury. Country Gentleman 47:189.

Lintner, J. A. 1882. Horn Tail Borer - Tremex columba Linn. Country Gentleman 47:625.

Lintner, J. A. 1882. Insects on Sweet Potato Vines. Country Gentleman 47:149.

Lintner, J. A. 1882. Insects That Injure Trees. Country Gentleman 47:313.

Lintner, J. A. 1882. Leaf Mining Anthomyiidae. Canadian Entomologist 14:96-97.

Lintner, J. A. 1882. Mites in Timothy Fields. Country Gentleman 47:395.

Lintner, J. A. 1882. Mites Infesting a Poultry House. Country Gentleman 47:645.

Lintner, J. A. 1882. New Apple Insect - Amphidasys [Lycia] cognataria Guen. Country Gentleman 47:785.

Lintner, J. A. 1882. New Household Pest Attagenus megatoma Fabr. [piceus Oliv.]. Country Gentleman 47:567.

Lintner, J. A. 1882. New Principle in Protection from Insect Attack. Western New York Horticultural Society Proceedings. 52-66.

Lintner, J. A. 1882. New Worm in Apples. Country Gentleman 47:745.

Lintner, J. A. 1882. Rose Bug. Country Gentleman 47:534.

Lintner, J. A. 1882. Spotted Horn Bug. Country Gentleman 47:645.

Lintner, J. A. 1882. Spring Canker Worm - Anisopteryx [Paleacrita] vernata Peck. Country Gentleman 47:533.

Lintner, J. A. 1882. Spring Canker Worm, Anisopteryx [Paleacrita] vernata. Country Gentleman 47:393.

Lintner, J. A. 1882. Stalk Borer. Country Gentleman 47:605.

Lintner, J. A. 1882. White Grub - Lachnosterna fusca Frohl. Country Gentleman 47:333.

Lintner, J. A. 1882. Winter Grasshopper - Tragocephala [Chortophaga] viridifasciata. Country Gentleman 47:189.

Lintner, J. A. 1882. Wire Worms Infesting Potato Vines. Country Gentleman 47:625.

Lintner, J. A. 1881. A New Insect Pest - Not the Army Worm. Country Gentleman 46:371.

Lintner, J. A. 1881. Apple Leaf Cluster Cup Fungus. Country Gentleman 46:583.

Lintner, J. A. 1881. Army Worm. The Invasion of Northern New York by this Destructive Pest. Country Gentleman 46:359.

Lintner, J. A. 1881. Asparagus Beetle - Crioceris asparagi Linn.. Country Gentleman 46:243.

Lintner, J. A. 1881. Barn Beetle - -Lathridius pulicarius Mels. [rificollis Marsh.]. Country Gentleman 46:632.

Lintner, J. A. 1881. Bean Weevil - Bruchus obsoletis Say [obtectus Say.]. Country Gentleman 46:795.

Lintner, J. A. 1881. Bean Weevil--Bruchus fabae Riley [obtectus Say]. Country Gentleman 46:7.

Lintner, J. A. 1881. Beetle on the Tomato. Country Gentleman 46:584.

Lintner, J. A. 1881. Cabbage Plusia - Plusia brassicae Riley. Country Gentleman 46:711.

Lintner, J. A. 1881. Corn Beetle. Country Gentleman 46:711.

Lintner, J. A. 1881. Corn Worm - Heliothis armigera [armiger] Hubn.. Country Gentleman 46:759.

Lintner, J. A. 1881. Description of a New Species of Eudamus.. Canadian Entomologist 13:63-65.

Lintner, J. A. 1881. Flight of Ephemera. Country Gentleman 46:7.

Lintner, J. A. 1881. Grass Eating Grub. Country Gentleman 46:615.

Lintner, J. A. 1881. Habits of the Phylloxera. Country Gentleman 46:779.

Lintner, J. A. 1881. Injurious Insects, With Special Notice of Some New Insect Pests. New York State Agricultural Society Annual Report 41:40-50.

Lintner, J. A. 1881. Insect Enemies of the Strawberry. Country Gentleman 46:695.

Lintner, J. A. 1881. Insects and Fungus on Quinces. Country Gentleman 46:535.

Lintner, J. A. 1881. Insects of the Clover Plant. New York State Agricultural Society Annual Report 40:10-26.

Lintner, J. A. 1881. Insects on Plum Trees. Country Gentleman 46:376.

Lintner, J. A. 1881. Insects on Strawberry Roots. Country Gentleman 46:583.

Lintner, J. A. 1881. Mites in Clothing. Country Gentleman 46:376.

Lintner, J. A. 1881. On Some Species of Nisoniades. Papilio 1:69-74.

Lintner, J. A. 1881. On the Life Duration of the Heterocera (Moths).. Canadian Entomologist 13:217-220.

Lintner, J. A. 1881. Orchard Caterpillar. Country Gentleman 46:455.

Lintner, J. A. 1881. Peach Pest - Largus succinctus. Country Gentleman 46:663.

Lintner, J. A. 1881. Worms on Tomatoes. Country Gentleman 46:456.

Lintner, J. A. 1880. A Leaf Eater. Country Gentleman 45:439.

Lintner, J. A. 1880. Apple Curculio - Anthonomus [Tachypterus] quadrigibbus Say. Country Gentleman 45:150-151.

Lintner, J. A. 1880. Apple Leaf Bucculatrix -Bucculatrix pomifoliella Clemens. Country Gentleman 45:263.

Lintner, J. A. 1880. Basket Worm - Thyridopteryx epherncraeformis. Country Gentleman 45:535.

Lintner, J. A. 1880. Cut Worm Moth. Country Gentleman 45:424.

Lintner, J. A. 1880. Diseased Quince Twigs. 45:264.

Lintner, J. A. 1880. Eggs of Army Worm. Country Gentleman 45:424.

Lintner, J. A. 1880. Entomology in America in 1879. American Entomologist 3:16-19, 30-34.

Lintner, J. A. 1880. Hessian Fly. Country Gentleman 45:439.

Lintner, J. A. 1880. Lepidoptera of the Adirondack Region Collected by W. W. Hill m 1875-78.. In Progress of the Topographical Survey of the Adirondack Region of New York.. Annual Report 7, edited by V. Colvin, pp. New York. , Albany.

Lintner, J. A. 1880. Natural History of Bacteria. Country Gentleman 45:203-204.

Lintner, J. A. 1880. New Wheat Pest. Country Gentleman 45:120.

Lintner, J. A. 1880. Pickled Fruit Fly - Drosophila ampelophila. Country Gentleman 45:7.

Lintner, J. A. 1880. Poduridae (Spring Tails) in a Well. Country Gentleman 45:103.

Lintner, J. A. 1880. Poisonous centipede -Cermatia [Scutigera] forceps Raf. Country Gentleman 45:311.

Lintner, J. A. 1880. Potato Beetle - Coptocycla clavata Fabr.. Country Gentleman 45:423.

Lintner, J. A. 1880. Raspberry Gouty Gall Beetle. Country Gentleman 45:215.

Lintner, J. A. 1880. Rat Tail Larva of a Syrphus Fly. Country Gentleman 45:55.

Lintner, J. A. 1880. Report on Some Injurious Insects of the Year 1879. New York State Agricultural Society Annual Report 39:39-55.

Lintner, J. A. 1880. Rose Bug -MacrodactyIus subspinosus Fabr. Country Gentleman 45:407.

Lintner, J. A. 1880. Squash Borer. Country Gentleman 45:455.

Lintner, J. A. 1880. Stalk Borer (Gortyna [hydroecia] nileta Guen.). Country Gentleman 45:472.

Lintner, J. A. 1880. Striped Blister Beetle - Epicauta vittata. Country Gentleman 45:488.

Lintner, J. A. 1880. Tallow to Preserve Insect Collections. American Entomologist 3:145-146.

Lintner, J. A. 1880. Wheat Insects. Country Gentleman 45:247.

Lintner, J. A. 1880. White grub worm-Lachnosterna fusca Frohl. Country Gentleman 45:439.

Lintner, J. A. 1880. Worms in Rose Pots - Larvae of Bibio albipennis. Country Gentleman 45:167.

Lintner, J. A. 1879. Annual Address of the President of the Entomological Club of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, at St Louis, Mo., Aug. 26, 1879. Canadian Entomologist 11:163-175.

Lintner, J. A. 1879. Apple Tree Insect. Country Gentleman 44:648.

Lintner, J. A. 1879. Apple Tree Insects. Country Gentleman 44:711.

Lintner, J. A. 1879. Army Worm - Leucania unipuncta Haw. Country Gentleman 1879' 44: 42 244_2319) 42:422-423.

Lintner, J. A. 1879. Carpet Beetle. Country Gentleman 44:535.

Lintner, J. A. 1879. Clover Seed Fly. Country Gentleman 44:455.

Lintner, J. A. 1879. Clover Seed Fly-A New Insect Pest. American Naturalist 13:190.

Lintner, J. A. 1879. Coccus on Peach Trees. Country Gentleman 44:679.

Lintner, J. A. 1879. Coccus on Peach Trees - Lecanium persicae [nigrofasciatum Perg.]. Country Gentleman 44:711.

Lintner, J. A. 1879. Corn Curculio-Sphenophorus zeae Walsh [sculptilis Uhler].. Country Gentleman 44:439.

Lintner, J. A. 1879. Description of a New Species of Anisota. Canadian Entomologist 11:10-12.

Lintner, J. A. 1879. Dung Beetle. Country Gentleman 44:695.

Lintner, J. A. 1879. Earth worm-Lumbricus terrestris Linn. Country Gentleman 44:567.

Lintner, J. A. 1879. Fitch Biological Collection of the New York State Agricultural Society. Psyche 2:275-276.

Lintner, J. A. 1879. Five Spotted Sphinx. Country Gentleman 44:696.

Lintner, J. A. 1879. Golden Tortoise Beetle. Country Gentleman 44:407.

Lintner, J. A. 1879. Grape Insect. Country Gentleman 44:679.

Lintner, J. A. 1879. Grape Insect - Procris [Harrisina] americana Guer. Country Gentleman 44:711.

Lintner, J. A. 1879. Grape Vine Bark Louse-Lecanium vitis Linn. [Pulvinaria innumerabilis Rathv.]. Country Gentleman 44:455.

Lintner, J. A. 1879. Grape Vine Galls. Country Gentleman 44:407.

Lintner, J. A. 1879. Inquiries About Ants and Beetles. Country Gentleman 44:487.

Lintner, J. A. 1879. On Cecidomyia leguminicola. Canadian Entomologist 11:121-124.

Lintner, J. A. 1879. Peach Tree Borer. Country Gentleman 44:199.

Lintner, J. A. 1879. Poduridae (spring tails) in a Cistern. Country Gentleman 44:327.

Lintner, J. A. 1879. Strawberry Borers. Country Gentleman 44:407.

Lintner, J. A. 1879. Striped Blister Beetle. Country Gentleman 44:487.

Lintner, J. A. 1879. The Insects and Other Animal Forms of Caledonia Creek. New York State Museum Annual Report 32:75-99.

Lintner, J. A. 1879. Two Carpet Bugs. Country Gentleman 44:503.

Lintner, J. A. 1879. Two Pests of the Clover Plant. Country Gentleman 44:631.

Lintner, J. A. 1879. Two Spotted Lady Bug. Country Gentleman 44:407.

Lintner, J. 1879. Wheat Stem Maggot-Meromyza americana Fitch. Country Gentleman 44:535.

Lintner, J. A. 1878. Annual Address of the President of the Entomological Club of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, at St Louis, Mo., Aug. 20, 1878. Canadian Entomologist 10:171-176.

Lintner, J. A. 1878. Apple Bark and Pear Blight Beetles. Country Gentleman 43:355.

Lintner, J. A. 1878. Apple Tree Insect. Country Gentleman 43:471.

Lintner, J. A. 1878. Aquatic Worm. Country Gentleman 43:72.

Lintner, J. A. 1878. Burrowing beetle -Cebrio bicolor. Country Gentleman 43:507.

Lintner, J. A. 1878. Cabbage Aphis. Country Gentleman 43:727.

Lintner, J. A. 1878. Carpet Beetle. Country Gentleman 43:583.

Lintner, J. A. 1878. Cockscomb Elm Gall. Country Gentleman 43:455.

Lintner, J. A. 1878. Contribution to the Economical Entomology of the Year 1876. New York State Agricultural Society Transactions 1872-76 32:236-243.

Lintner, J. A. 1878. Economic Entomology During the Year 1877. New York State Agricultural Society Annual Report 37:37-39.

Lintner, J. A. 1878. Entomologtcal Contributions no. 4. New York State Museum Annual Report 30:117-254.

Lintner, J. A. 1878. Grain Aphis. Country Gentleman 43:232.

Lintner, J. A. 1878. Grape Vine Coccus. Country Gentleman 43:423.

Lintner, . 1878. Harlequin Cabbage Bug. Country Gentleman 43:616.

Lintner, J. A. 1878. Hessian Fly. Country Gentleman 43:55.

Lintner, J. A. 1878. Insect for Name. Country Gentleman 43:248.

Lintner, J. A. 1878. Insects for Name. Country Gentleman 43:264.

Lintner, J. A. 1878. Insects in Illinois. Country Gentleman 43:425.

Lintner, J. A. 1878. Maple Bark Scale Insect-Lecanium acericorticis [Palvinaria innumerabilis]. Country Gentleman 43:471.

Lintner, J. A. 1878. New Carpet Bug Pest-Anthrenus scrophulariae. Albany Institute Proceedings 2:313-315.

Lintner, J. A. 1878. Peach Twig Moth. Country Gentleman 43:407.

Lintner, J. A. 1878. Phylloxera. Country Gentleman 43:488.

Lintner, J. A. 1878. Raspberry Cane Borer. Country Gentleman 43:328.

Lintner, J. A. 1878. Squash Vine Borer. Country Gentleman 43:571.

Lintner, J. A. 1878. Turnip Flea Beetle. Country Gentleman 43:583.

Lintner, J. A. 1878. Two Beetles. Country Gentleman 43:344.

Lintner, J. A. 1878. Ugly Bee Slayer. Country Gentleman 43:551.

Lintner, J. A. 1877. Aphis in Wheat. Country Gentleman 42:779.

Lintner, J. A. 1877. Apple Tree Insects. Country Gentleman 42:235.

Lintner, J. A. 1877. Bark Lice. Country Gentleman 42:151.

Lintner, J. A. 1877. Blistering Beetles. Country Gentleman 42:476.

Lintner, J. A. 1877. Carpet Bug. Country Gentleman 42:491.

Lintner, J. A. 1877. Eastern Grasshopper. Country Gentleman 42:475.

Lintner, J. A. 1877. Gooseberry Fruit Worm. Country Gentleman 42:448.

Lintner, J. A. 1877. Grape Vine Hog Caterpillar. Country Gentleman 42:571.

Lintner, J. A. 1877. Insect on Peach Trees. Country Gentleman 42:363.

Lintner, J. A. 1877. Insects of 1876 -1. Country Gentleman 42:347.

Lintner, J. A. 1877. Insects of 1876 -2. The New Carpet Bug. Country Gentleman 42:363.

Lintner, J. A. 1877. On a New Species of Cossus. Canadian Entomologist 9:129-130.

Lintner, J. A. 1877. Parasitic Insect. Country Gentleman 42:448.

Lintner, J. A. 1877. Pea Weevil. Country Gentleman 42:780.

Lintner, J. A. 1877. Pernicious Corn Insect-The Indian Cetonia. Country Gentleman 42:585.

Lintner, J. A. 1877. Report on the Insects and Other Animal Forms of Caledonia Creek, N. Y.. New York Fishery Commission Annual Report 10:12-36.

Lintner, J. A. 1877. Scale Insects. Country Gentleman 42:69.

Lintner, J. A. 1877. Tree Hoppers. Country Gentleman 42:463.

Lintner, J. A. 1876. Cabbage Eating Insect. Country Gentleman 41:565.

Lintner, J. A. 1876. Destructive Caterpillar. Country Gentleman 41:504.

Lintner, J. A. 1876. Grape Seed Fly. Country Gentleman 41:599.

Lintner, J. A. 1876. Insects in Flour. Country Gentleman 41:683.

Lintner, J. A. 1876. On Catocala pretiosa n. sp. [C. crataegi Saund, var.]. Canadian Entomologist 8:121-122.

Lintner, J. A. 1875. Blister Beetles. Country Gentleman 40:407.

Lintner, J. A. 1875. Carpocapsa deshaiziana [saltitans] in Seed-vessels of Euphorbia. Albany Institute Proceedings 2:264-267.

Lintner, J. A. 1875. Cocoons on Oats. Country Gentleman 40:424.

Lintner, J. A. 1875. Entomological Contributions.. New York State Museum Annual Report 27:137-148.

Lintner, J. A. 1875. Insect on the Cabbage. Country Gentleman 40:392.

Lintner, J. A. 1875. Insects on Potatoes. Country Gentleman 40:472.

Lintner, J. A. 1875. New Apple Worm. Country Gentleman 40:262-263.

Lintner, J. A. 1875. On Lycaena neglecta Edw. [Cyaniris pseudargiolus var.]. Canadian Entomologist 7:122-123.

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Lintner, J. A. 1874. Insect on the Potato. Country Gentleman 39:488.

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Lintner, J. A. 1873. The recently imported cabbage butterfly-Pieris rapae. Albany Institute Proceedings 1:1999-201.

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Lintner, J. A. 1872. Entomological Contributions - No. II. New York State Museum Annual Report 24:109-170.

Lintner, J. A. 1872. Entomological Contributions-No. I 1868. Annual Report 23. New York State Natural History Cabinet, Albany, New York.

Lintner, J. A. 1872. Hessian Fly. Country Gentleman 37:376.

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Marshall, W. B. 1892. Some Birds Recently Added to the Collection of the New York State Museum. The Auk 9(2):203.

Marshall, W. B. 1890. Beaks of Unionidae Inhabiting the Vicinity of Albany, N.Y.. New York State Museum Bulletin 9. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

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McCabe, T. L. 2008 NYS Lepidoptera Species of Special Concern at Minnewaska State Preserve: Zale curema, Polypogon martha, Apharetra dentata, Glena cognataria. Report prepared for New York State Natural Heritage Program, Albany, New York.

McCabe, T. L. 2005. From the Collections: The Entomology Collection. Members Update 16(1):5.

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McCabe, T. L. 2005 Jack Pine Lepidoptera Survey. April - June 2005 Update. Report prepared for Biodiversity Research Institute, Albany, New York.

McCabe, T. L. 2004. Sasafras and Its Lepidopteran Cohorts, or Bigger and Better Caterpillars Through Chemistry. In Encyclopedia of Biology, edited by D. Rittner, and T. L. McCabe, pp. 202-203. Facts on File, Inc., New York, New York.

McCabe, T. L. 2003. Class Insecta: Order Lepidoptera. In Natural History of the Albany Pine Bush. New York State Museum Bulletin 502, edited by J. K. Barnes, pp. 204-215. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

McCabe, T. L. 2003. Hadena ligata Moschler (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae): Distribution and Revised Taxonomy. Zootaxa 260:1-4.

McCabe, T. L. 2001. Nycteola frigidana Walker (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae: Sarrothripinae) Reported at an Unorthodox Bait. Journal of the Lepidopterist's Society 55:120.

McCabe, T. L. 1996. The Biology Of Nola Pustulata (Walker) (Lepidoptera, Noctuidae Nolinae). Journal of the New York Entomological Society 104:79-82.

McCabe, T. L. 1995. The Changing Insect Fauna of Albanys Pine Barrens. In Our Living Resources: A Report to the Nation on the Distribution, Abundance, and Health of US Plants, Animals, and Ecosystems, edited by E. T. LaRoe, G. S. Farris, C. E. Puckett, P. D. Doran, and M. J. Mac, pp. 166-168. US Dept. Int., National Biological Survey, Westport, D. C..

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McCabe, T. L. 1992. A Revision of the Genus Hypsoropha H?bner (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae: Ophiderinae). Journal of the New York Entomological Society 100(2):273-285.

McCabe, T. L. 1992. Caribbean Horama (Lepidoptera: Arctiidae:. Ctenuchinae) With New Species and Notes on Mimicry. Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington 94:243-248.

McCabe, T. L. 1991. Atlas of Adirondack Caterpillars: With a Host List, Rearing Notes and a Selected Bibliography of Works Depicting Caterpillars. New York State Museum Bulletin 470. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

McCabe, T. L. 1988. Dipterous Parasitoids From the Adults of Moths (Lepidoptera). Entomological News 109:325-328.

McCabe, T. L. 1988. Larval Hosts of Anaplectoides and Aplectoides with Notes on Their Biology(Lepidoptera: Noctuidae). Journal of the New York Entomological Society 96:1-6.

McCabe, T. L. 1985. An Annotated List of Pine Bush Caddis (Insecta: Trichoptera). Skenectada 3:17-18.

McCabe, T. L. 1985. The Natural History of Oncocnemis piffardi (Walker) (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae). Journal of the New York Entomological Society 93(2):1027-1031.

McCabe, T. L. 1981. The Larva of Agrotis volubilis Harvey (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae). Journal of the New York Entomological Society 89(2):59-64.

McCabe, T. L. 1980. Reclassification of the Polia Complex for North America (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae). New York State Museum Bulletin 432. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

McCabe, T. L., and G. Dievendorf 2003 Insect Survey, Investigator's Annual Report, Virgin Islands National Park, St. John (Research permit: VIIS-2001-SCI-0012). Report prepared for .

McCabe, T. L., and G. Dievendorf 2002 Insect Survey, Virgin Islands National Park, St. John (Research permit 99-14). Report prepared for U. S. National Park Service, Albany, New York.

McCabe, T. L., and Godfrey, G. L. 1982. Larval Morphology and Phylogeny of Trichordestra tacoma (Strecker) (Noctuidae). Journal of the New York Entomological Society 90(3):142-146.

McCabe, T. L., and Huether, J. P. 1985. An Annotated List of Pine Bush Cerambycidae (Insecta: Coleoptera). :. Skenectada 3:19-23.

McCabe, T. L., and L. Lewis Johnson. 1980. Catalogue of the Types in the New York State Museum Insect Collection. New York State Museum Bulletin 434. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

McCabe, T. L., and Johnson, L. M. 1979. Larva of Calopteron terminale (Say) with additional notes on adults behavior (Coleoptera, Lycidae). New York Entomological Society 87:283-288.

McCabe, T. L., and Johnson, L. M. 1979. The Biology of Platycis sculptilis (Say) (Coleoptera, Lycidae). The Coleopterists Bulletin 33:297-302.

McCabe, T. L., C. Meyer, C. Weber, and L. Higgins 1993 Albany Pine Bush Project 1991-1992 Entomological Report. Report prepared for Eastern New York Chapter of The Nature Conservancy, Albany, New York.

McCabe, T. L., Patterson, W. D., and DeBenedictis, J. 2002. Pseudobryomima fallax (Hampson) and P. muscosa (Hampson)(Lepidoptera: Noctuidae) Leaf-mining Noctuids on Ferns. Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington 104:505-509.

McCabe, T. L., and Schweitzer, D. F. 1991. Rhizedra lutosa (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae) Newly Introduced to North America. Entomological News 102:130-132.

McCabe, T. L., and Sheviak, C. J. 1981. Platanthera cristata (Michx.) Lindl., A New Host for the Red-banded Leaf Roller. Proceedings of the New York Entomological Society 88:197-198.

McCabe, T. L., and Stegemann, E. 2003. Backyard Bugs. The Conservationist 56(6):15-18.

McCabe, T. L., and Teale, S. A. 1981. The Biology of Oxyporus lateralis Gravenhorst (Staphylinidae). The Coleopterists Bulletin 35(3):281-285.

McCabe, T. L., and Vargas, V. 1998. The Larva of Hypena manalis (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae: Hypeninae). Journal of the New York Entomological Society 106(2/3):109-113.

McCabe, T. L., and Wagner, D. L. 1989. The Biology of Sthenopis auratus (Lepidoptera: Hepialidae). Journal of the New York Entomological Society 97:1-10.

McCabe, T. L., and Weber, C. N. 1994. The Robber Flies (Diptera: Asilidae) of the Albany Pinebush. The Great Lakes Entomologist 27:157-159.

McCabe, T. L., and J. Yrizarry 2003 Sterling Forest Entomological Faunal Survey for 2000-2001. Report prepared for New York State Biodiversity Research Institute, Albany, New York.

McCabe, T.L., and J. Yrizarry 2002 Sterling Forest Lepidoptera Faunal Survey for 2000-2001. Report prepared for New York State Biodiversity Research Institute, Albany, New York.

McDaniel, S. F., and Miller, N. G. 2000. Winter Dispersal of Bryophyte Fragments in the Adirondack Mountains, New York. The Bryologist 103:592-600.

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McVaugh, R. 1958. INDEX Appendix to Flora of the Columbia County Area, New York. New York State Museum Bulletin 360A. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

McVaugh, R. 1936. A Study of the Plant Collections by Frederick Parish During a Trip to New York and Vermont in the Year 1807. Bartonia 7:25-32.

McVaugh, R. 1936. Some Aspects of Plant Distributions in the Hudson River Estuary. Bartonia 17:13-16.

McVaugh, R. 1936. Studies in the Taxonomy and Distribution of Eastern North American Species of Lobelia. Rhodaria 38:241-263.

McVaugh, R. 1936. The Cucumber Tree in Eastern new York. Journal of the Southern Appalachian Botanical Club 1:39-41.

McVaugh, R. 1935. Recent Changes in the Composition of Local Flora, Kinderhook, Columbia County. Bulletin of the Torrey Botanical Club 6:479-489.

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Means, R. G. 1979. Mosquitoes of New York. Part I. The Genus Aedes Meigen With Identification Keys to Genera of Culicidae. New York State Museum Bulletin 430a. The University of Alabama Press, Albany, New York.

Meehan, T., Peck, C. H., and Milligan, J. M. 1878. A Few Responses to Mr. Coleman's Query in the Jan. No. of Vol. III., Page 7. Botanical Gazette 3(3):22-24.

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Metcalf, C. L. 1932. Black Flies and Other Biting Flies of the Adirondacks. New York State Museum Bulletin 289. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Metcalf, C. L., and W. E. Sanderson. 1932. Control of Biting Flies in the Adirondacks. New York State Museum Bulletin 289. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Metcalf, C. L., and W. E. Sanderson. 1931. Black Flies, Mosquitoes and Punkies of the Adirondacks. New York State Museum Circular 5. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Meyer, A. M., and T. L. McCabe 1993 Albany Pine Bush Project. Karner Blue Butterfly report. Report prepared for The Nature Conservancy.

Miller, N. G. 2010. Asa Gray and the Development of Bryology in the United States. Harvard Papers in Botany 15(2):287-304.

Miller, N. G. 2010. Up in the Air: Aerobiological Discoveries at the New York State Museum. Legacy: The Magazine of the New York State Museum 6(1):13-15.

Miller, N. G. 2009. Lichens and Bryophytes of the Alpine and Subalpine Zones of Katahdin, Maine, III: Bryophytes.. Bryologist 112:704-748.

Miller, N. G. 2009. Review of: Hu Ren-liang, Wang You-fang, & Marshall R. Crobsy, Eds.-in-Chief, Si He, Ed., Moss Flora of China, English Version, Volume 7: Amblystegiaceae-Plagiotheciaceae. Harvard Papers in Botany 14:87, 88.

Miller, N. G. 2009. Studies of Mosses Adventive and Naturalized in the Northeastern United States. Rhodaria 111:218-230.

Miller, N. G. 2009. The Moss Grimmia muhlenbeckii (Grimmiaceae) is Widespread in Eastern New York. Evansia 26:40-44.

Miller, N. G. 2008. A Look Back: Bryologist Lewis Caleb Beck. Legacy: The Magazine of the New York State Museum 4(1):14.

Miller, N. G. 2008. Bryum tenuisetum and B. violaceum, Mosses with Rhizoid Tubers New to New England, U.S.A. Evansia 25:57-61.

Miller, N. G. 2008. Contemporary and Prior Environments of the Hyde Park, New York, Mastodon, on the Basis of Associated Plant Macrofossils. In Mastodon Paleobiology, Taphonomy, and Paleoenvironment in the Late Pleistocene of New York State: studies on the Hyde Park, Chemung, and North Java Sites. Palaeontographica Americana 61, edited by W. D. Allmon, and P. L. Nester, pp. 151-181. Paleontological Research Institute, Ithaca, New York.

Miller, N. G. 2008. The Bryoflora of Martha's Vineyard. In Island Life, A Catalog of the Biodiversity On and Around Martha's Vineyard, edited by A. R. Keith, and S. A. Spongberg, pp. 149-158. Marine Biological Laboratories, Woods Hole, Massachusetts.

Miller, N. G. 2006. More on Mastodons and Their Extinction. Legacy: The Magazine of the New York State Museum 2(2):4-5.

Miller, N. G. 2006. Review of: Maine Mosses, SphagnaceaeTimmiaceae, by Bruce Allen. Rhodora 108:184-187.

Miller, N. G. 2006. Review of: Moosflora, 4. Neubearbietete und erweiterte Auflage, by J-P. Frahm & W. Frey. Bryologist 109:423, 424.

Miller, N. 2005. Flora and Vegetation. In The Encyclopedia of New York, edited by P. Eisenstadt, and L. E. Moss, pp. 573-574. Syracuse University Press, Syracuse, NY.

Miller, N. G. 2005. The Bryoflora of Mt. Everett, Taconic Mountains, Massachusetts. Rhodora 107:34-51.

Miller, N.G. 2004. Additions to the Liverwort Flora of Connecticut. Evansia 21:141-144.

Miller, N. 2004. Contemporary and Prior Environments of the Hyde Park, New York, Mastodon on the Basis of Associated Plant Macrofossils. Bulletins of American Paleontology 62:

Miller, N. 2004. Inventory Lists of the Alpine Bryofloras of Algonquin Peak, Mt. Marcy, and Whiteface Mountain, New York. www.nysm.nysed.gov/research/biology/bryopaleo.html

Miller, N. G. 2002. Aneura maxima (Hepaticae:Aneuraceae) in Maine, U.S.A. Rhodora 104:77-82.

Miller, N. G. 2001. Jack Pine at 4000 feet in the Giant Mountain Wilderness Area, Adirondack Mountains, New York. New York Flora Association Newsletter 12(4):1-3.

Miller, N. G. 2001. Recent Bryological Studies of Adirondack Mountain Alpine Summits. Newsletter of the Friends of the Farlow, Havard University 38(Fall):1-3.

Miller, N. G. 2001. Tales from the field: North to Tundra and ice-Kalaallit Nunaat (Greenland). Members Update 11(2):7.

Miller, N. G. 2000. First Records of the European Moss, Pseudoscleropodium purum, Naturalized in New England. Rhodora 102:514-517.

Miller, N. G. 2000. Pseudoscleropodium purum, A European Moss Widely Naturalized in New York State. New York Flora Association Newsletter 11(1):1-2.

Miller, N. G. 2000. The Callitrichaceae in the Southeastern United States. Harvard Papers in Botany 5:277-301.

Miller, N. G. 1999. Lamb Site Pollen and Macro-fossils. In The Lamb Site: A Pioneering Clovis Encampment, edited by R. M. Gramly, pp. 107, 108. Persimmon Press, Buffalo, New York.

Miller, N. G. 1999. Pleurocladula albescens in the Late-Pleistocene of Vermont, U.S.A., and on the Rarity of Hepaticae in Glacial Sediments. Haussknechtia Beih. 9:251-257.

Miller, N. G. 1998. More on Pyrola minor (Pyrolaceae. NYFA (New York Flora Association) Newsletter 9(3):2-4.

Miller, N. G. 1997. A Rare Moss, Aulacomnium turgidum, Rediscovered in the Adirondacks. NYFA (New York Flora Association) Newsletter 8(3):2, 3.

Miller, N. G. 1997. Fossil Mosses in Holocene Alluvium: A Case study from New York State and Prospects. Journal of the Hattori Botanical Laboratory 81:171-180.

Miller, N. G. 1997. Review of: H.-D. Behnke et al. Progress in Botany/Fortschritte der Botanik. Systematic Botany 20:406, 407.

Miller, N. G. 1996. Cyrtomnium hymenophylloides (H?b.) Nyh. ex T. Kop. [Synonym: Mnium hymenophylloides H?b.]. New York Rare Bryophytes Newsletter 4:4-7.

Miller, N. G. 1996. Liverwort Diversity in Maine. In Biological Diversity in Maine: An Assessment of Status and Trends in the Terrestrial and Freshwater Landscape, edited by S. C. Gawler, J. J. Albright, P. D. Vickery, and F. C. Smith, pp. 72-79. Maine Natural Areas Program.

Miller, N. G. 1996. Liverworts. In Biological Diversity in Maine: An Assessment of Status and Trends in the Terrestrial and Freshwater Landscape, edited by S. C. Gawler, J. J. Albright, P. D. Vickery, and F. C. Smith, pp. 18-19. Maine Natural Areas Program.

Miller, N. G. 1996. On the Distributional History of the Arctic-alpine Moss Cyrtomnium hymenophylloides (Mniaceae) in North America.. Bryologist 99:187-192.

Miller, N. G. 1996. Review of E. H. Ketchledge. Forests and Trees of the Adirondack High Peaks Region, ed. 3.. NYFA (New York Flora Association) Newsletter 8(3):3, 4.

Miller, N. G. 1996. Review of: A. K. Bahrensmeyer et al. Terrestrial Ecosystems Through Time. Bryologist 99:483-484.

Miller, N. G. 1996. Review of: R. H. Zander. The genera of pottiaceae, mosses of harsh environments. Clintonia 11(5):5.

Miller, N. G. 1995. Consolida regalis S. Gray Naturalized in Genesee County, New York. NYFA (New York Flora Association) Newsletter 6(1):6, 7.

Miller, N. G. 1994. A study of the moss Splachnum pensylvanicum using scanning electron microscopy. Hikobia 13:471-478.

Miller, N. G. 1994. Facing up to budgetary challenges at the Biological Survey, New York State Museum. Curator 37:108-121.

Miller, N. G. 1994. Heterocladium dimorphum (Brid.) Schimp. in B.S.G. [Synonym: H. squarrosulum (Voit) Lindb.].. New York Rare Bryophytes Newsletter 3:1-5..

Miller, N. G. 1994. Natural History of Rensselaer County [New York]. In Natural Areas of Rensselaer County, New York, edited by C. K. Schmitt, pp. 5-24. Rensselaer-Taconic Land Conservancy, Inc.; and Environmental Clearing House of Schenectady, Inc., New York.

Miller, N. G. 1994. The Consortium of State Biological Surveys. Association of Systematics Collections Newsletter 22:6, 7.

Miller, N. G. 1993. Modern Research with Bryophytes: An Overview. Mem. Torrey Bot. Club 25:1-10.

Miller, N. G. 1993. New Late-Pleistocene Moss Assemblages from New England, U.S.A., and Their Bearing on the Migrational History of the North American Moss Flora. Jour. Hattori Bot. Lab. 75:235-248.

Miller, N. G. 1992. A Contribution Toward a History of the Arctic Moss Flora. Contrib. Univ. Mich. Herb. 18:73-86.

Miller, N. G. 1991. Review of: C. B. McQueen. Field Guide to the Peat Mosses of Boreal North America. Bryologist 94:129.

Miller, N. G. 1991. Review of: J. J. Engel & S. Hattori (Eds.). Bryological Contributions Presented in Celebration of the Distinguished Scholarship of Rudolph M. Schuster. Beih. Nova Hedwigia 90. 1988. Taxon 39:457, 458.

Miller, N. G. 1990. Late-Pleistocene cones of jack pine (Pinus banksiana) at the Hiscock Site, western New York. Current Research in the Pleistocene 7:95-98.

Miller, N. G. 1990. Plant macrofossils. In Biological Techniques in Paleoecological Interpretation, edited by A. V. Morgan, pp. 30-72. Quaternary Sciences Institute. University of Waterloo, Ontario.

Miller, N. G. 1990. The genera of Meliaceae in the southeastern United States. Jour. Arnold Arb. 71:453-486.

Miller, N. G. 1990. The management of rare plants: Suggestions derived from paleoecological studies of late-Pleistocene floras. In Proceedings of the 15th Annual Natural Areas Conference. New York State Museum Bulletin 471, edited by R. S. Mitchell, C. J. Sheviak, and D. J. Leopold, pp. 159-162. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Miller, N. G. 1989. Late-Pleistocene Anthelia (Hepaticae), an arctic-alpine, snow-bed indicator at a low elevation site in Massachusetts, U.S.A.. Journal of Bryology 15:583-588.

Miller, N. G. 1989. Pleistocene and Holocene floras of New England as a framework for interpreting aspects of plant rarity. Rhodora 91:49-69.

Miller, N. G. 1989. Structurally preserved leaves of Harrimanella hypnoides (Ericaceae): Paleoecology of a new North American late-Pleistocene fossil. American Journal of Botany 76:1089-1095.

Miller, N. G. 1989. The Generic Flora of the Southeastern United States. Flora of North America Newsletter 3:49.

Miller, N. G. 1988. Review of: C. Oostendorp, The Bryophytes of the Palaeozoic and the Mesozoic. Bryologist 91:69.

Miller, N. G. 1988. Review of: J. C. Ritchie Postglacial Vegetation of Canada. Bryologist 91:249.

Miller, N. G. 1988. Review of: S. W. Eaton & E. F. Schrot. A Flora of the Vascular Plants of Cattaraugus County, New York. Rhodora 90:465, 466.

Miller, N. G. 1988. The late Quaternary Hiscock Site, Genesee County, New York: paleoecological studies based on pollen and plant macrofossils. Bulletin of the Buffalo Society of Natural Sciences 33:83-93 + foldout.

Miller, N. G. 1987. Late Quaternary fossil moss floras of eastern North America: evidence of major floristic changes during the late Pleistocene-early Holocene transition. Symp. Biol. Hungarica 35:343-360.

Miller, N. G. 1987. Phytogeography and paleoecology of a late Pleistocene moss assemblage from northern Vermont. Mem. New York Bot. Garden 45:242-258.

Miller, N. G. 1987. Recent discoveries in the New York State bryoflora. Evansia 4:12-14.

Miller, N. G. 1987. Review of: W. B. Schofield, Introduction to Bryology. American Scientist 75(4):433.

Miller, N. G. 1986. Review of: A. F. Dyer and J. G. Duckett, The Experimental Biology of Bryophytes. American Scientist 74(1):86.

Miller, N. G. 1985. Fossil evidence of the disperal and establishment of mosses as gametophyte fragments. Monogr. Syst. Bot. Missouri Bot. Gard. 11:71-78.

Miller, N. G. 1985. Introduction [to Species Concepts in Bryophytes: Traditional and Innovative Approaches]. Bryologist 88:171.

Miller, N. G. (editor). 1985. Species Concepts in Bryophytes: Traditional and Innovative Approaches. Bryologist 88:169-222.

Miller, N. G. 1984. Tertiary and Quaternary fossils. In New Manual of Bryology, Volume 2, edited by R. M. Schuster, pp. 1194-1237. Hattori Botanical Laboratory.

Miller, N. G. 1983. The identity of the Pleistocene mosses Drepanocladus minnesotensis and Neocalliergon integrifolium (Amblystegiaceae). Brittonia 35:87-92.

Miller, N. G. 1982. Extent of exploration in temperate North America; summarizing comments. Beih. Nova Hedwigia 71:467, 468.

Miller, N. G. 1982. The Caricaceae in the Southeastern United States. Jour. Arnold Arb. 63:411-427.

Miller, N.G. 1973. Late-glacial and Postglacial Vegetation Change in Southwestern New York State. New York State Museum Bulletin 420. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Miller, G., Jr. 1900. Key to the Land Mammals of Northeastern North America. New York State Museum Bulletin 38. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Miller, N. G., and Alpert, P. 1984. Plant associations and edaphic features of a high arctic mesotopographic setting. Arctic Alpine Res. 16:11-23.

Miller, D. L., Angermeier, P. L., Hughes, R. M., Karr, J. L., Moyle, P. B., Schrader, L. H., Thompson, B. A., Daniels, R. A., Fausch, K. D., Fitzhugh, G. A., Gammon, J. R., Halliwell, D. B., Leonard , P. M., and Orth, D. J. 1988. Regional Applications of an Index of Biotic Integrity for Use in Water Resource Management. Fisheries 13(5):12-20.

Miller, N. G., and Arriagada., J. E. 2000. Web Site and Unpublished Data Sets for the Southeastern Flora. Sida Bot. Misc. 18:83-96.

Miller, N. G., and J. K. Barnes 1991 Combined Biennial Reports for 1987-1988 and 1989-1990, Biological Survey. Report prepared for New York State Museum, Albany, New York.

Miller, N. G., and Barnes, J. K. 1986. New York State Museum, Sesquicentennial of the Biological and Geological Surveys. Association of Systematics Collections Newsletter 14:25-29.

Miller, N. G., and Buck, W. R. 2008. Bryological Results of the 31st A. L. Andrews Foray in Rhode Island. Evansia 25:47-52.

Miller, N. G., and Buck, W. R. 1997. Books for Beginners in Bryology. Evansia 14:109-122.

Miller, N. G., and Calkin, P. E. 1992. Paleoecological interpretation and age of an interstadial lake bed in western New York.. Quaternary Research 35:75-88.

Miller, N. G., and Crum, H. 1984. Fossombronia in Michigan. Mich. Bot. 23:157-163.

Miller, N. G., Fryday, A. M., and Hinds, J. W. 2005. Bryophytes and Lichens of a Calcium-Rich Spring Seep Isolated on the Granitic Terrain of Mt. Katahdin, Maine, U.S.A. Rhodora 107:339-358.

Miller, N. G., and Futyma, R. P. 2003. Extending the Paleobotanical Record at the Hiscock Site, New York: Correlations Among Stratigraphic Pollen Assemblages from Nearby Lake and Wetland Basins. Bul. Buffalo Soc. of Natural Sciences 37:43-62.

Miller, N. G., and Futyma, R. P. 1987. Paleohydrological implications of Holocene peatland development in northern Michigan. Quaternary Research 27:297-311.

Miller, B. B., Graham, R. W., Morgan, A. V., Miller, N. G., McCoy, W. D., Palmer, D. F., Smith, A. J., and Pilney, J. J. 1994. A biota associated with Matuyama reversed sediments from west-central Illinois. Quat. Res. 41:350-365.

Miller, N. G., and Hoagland, K. E. 1995. ASC Membership and Dues Categories Reviewed. Association of Systematics Collections Newsletter 23:23-25.

Miller, N. G., and L. Leonardi. 2003. Bryophyte Species List. In Natural History of the Albany Pine Bush. New York State Museum Bulletin 502, edited by J. K. Barnes, pp. 169-171. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Miller, N. G., and L. Leonardi. 2003. The Pine Bush Bryophyte Flora. In Natural History of the Albany Pine Bush. New York State Museum Bulletin 502, edited by J. K. Barnes, pp. 35- 36. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Miller, N. G., and McDaniel, S. F. 2004. Bryophyte Dispersal Inferred from Colonization of an Introduced Substratum on Whiteface Mountain, New York. American Journal of Botany 91:1173-1182.

Miller, N. G., and McKinley, D. 1997. Taxonomic Status of the Moss Grevilleanum serratum, With Notes on the Early 18th Century American scientists, L. C. Beck and E. Emmons, Senior. Bryologist 100:198-203.

Miller, N. G., and Miller, A. D. 1998. Occurrence of the Leafy Liverwort, Frullania bolanderi, in Old-growth Forests of Northeastern North America. Journal of the Torrey Botanical Society 125:109-116.

Miller, N. G., and R. S. Mitchell. 1995. Tracking the Mosses and Vascular Plants of New York State (1836-1994). In Our Living Resources: A Report to the Nation on the Distribution, Abundance, and Health of U.S. Plants, Animals, and Ecosystems, edited by E. T. LaRoe, G. S. Farris, C. E. Puckett, D. P. Doran, and M. J. Mac, pp. 209-21. U.S. Department of the Interior, Washington, D.C..

Miller, N. G., and Mogensen, G. S. 2000. Male Plants of Cyrtomnium hymenophylloides (Bryophyta: Mniaceae) in Siberia. Arctoa 8:1-2.

Miller, N. G., and Mogensen, G. S. 1997. Cyrtomnium hymenophylloides (Bryophyta, Mniaceae) in North America and Greenland: Male Plants, Sex-differential Geographic Distribution, and Reproductive Characteristics. Bryologist 100:499-506.

Miller, N. G., and Mogensen, G. S. 1994. Male plants of Cyrtomnium hymenophylloides?. The Bryological Times 77:7.

Miller, N. G., and Robinson, S. C. 2010. Introduction and recent range expansion in the moss Ptychomitrium serratum (Ptychomitriaceae) in the Southern and Eastern United States. Botany 88:336-344.

Miller, N. G., and Spear, R. W. 1999. Late-Quaternary History of the Alpine Flora of the New Hampshire White Mountains. Geographie Physique et Quaternaire 53:137-157.

Miller, N. G., and Trigoboff, N. 2000. A European Feather Moss, Pseudoscleropodium purum, Naturalized Widely in New York State in Cemeteries. The Bryologist 103:98-103.

Miller, N. G., and Wood, Jr., C. E. 2003. The Asian Weed Fatoua villosa (Moraceae) in New York State and Massachusetts. Rhodora 105:286-291.

Millspaugh, J. J., R. A. Gitzen, L. L. Belant, R. W. Kays, B. J. Keller, D. C. Kesler, C. T. Rota, and et al. 2012. Analysis of Radiotelemetry Data. In The Wildlife Techniques Manual: Volume 1 Research, edited by N. J. Silvy, pp. 480-501. Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore, Maryland.

Millspaugh, J. J., D. C. Kesler, R. A. Gitzen, R. W. Kays, J. H. Schulz, C. T. Rota, C. M. Bodinof, and et al. 2012. Wildlife Radiotelemetry and Remote Monitoring. In The Wildlife Techniques Manual: Volume 1 Research, edited by N. J. Silvy, pp. 258-283. Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore, Maryland.

Minguez, L., Meyer, A., Molloy, D. P., and Giamberini, L. 2009. Interactions between Parasitism and Biological Responses in Zebra Mussels (Dreissena polymorpha): Importance in Ecotoxicological Studies. Environmental Research 109:843-850.

Minguez, L., Molloy, D. P., Guerold, F., and Giamberini, L. 2011. Zebra Mussel (Dreissena polymorpha) Parasites: Potentially Useful Bioindicators of Freshwater Quality?. Water Research 45:665-673.

Mishler, B. D., and Miller, N. G. 1983. Distributional studies of Massachusetts bryophytes. Rhodora 85:421-432.

Mitchell, R. S. 2000. Database & Revised Checklist of New York State Plants CD format. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Mitchell, R. S. 2000. Polygonaceae (Smartweed Family). In The Plants of Pennsylvania-An Illistrated Manual, edited by A. Rhoads, and T. Block, pp. 543-557. University of Pennsylvania Press, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Mitchell, R. S. 2000. Review of "Flora of the Northeast: A Manual of the Vascular Flora of New England and Adjacent New York" by Dennis W. Magee & Harry E. Ahles. NYFA Newsletter 11(2):2-5.

Mitchell, R. S. 1999. Are Invasiv Plants Really a Serious Danger to native Plants and Habitats. Wildflower 15(4):36-37.

Mitchell, R. S. 1994. Review of "new Jersey Ferns and Fern Allies" by J. Montgomery & D. Fairbrothers. Bulletin of the Torrey Botany Club 121:88-89.

Mitchell, R. S. 1994. Review of "The Jepson Manual, Higher Plants of California" J. C. Hickman (ed.). Bulletin of the Torrey Botany Club 121:381-382.

Mitchell, R. S. 1993. Portulacaceae through Caryophyllaceae of New York State. New York State Museum Bulletin 486. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Mitchell, R. S. 1992. review of "Natural History of the White-Inyo Range, Eastern California" edited by Clarence A. Hall, Jr.. Bulletin of the Torrey Botany Club 119:99-100.

Mitchell, R. S. (editor). 1991. Ecosystem Management: Rare Species and Significant Habitats. New York State Museum Bulletin 471. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Mitchell, R. S. 1988. Platanaceae through Myricaceae of New York State. New York State Museum Bulletin 464. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Mitchell, R. S. 1988. The Identity of Thalictrum confine (Ranunculaceae). Brittonia 40:298-305.

Mitchell, R. S. 1986. A Checklist of New York State Plants, Checklist III. New York State Museum Bulletin 458. The University of the State of New York, Alexandria, New York.

Mitchell, R. S. 1986. A Rare Fringed Gentian (Gentianopsis procera) at Niagara Falls. Clintonia 1(6):3-4.

Mitchell, R. S. 1984. Atlas of New York State Ferns. New York State Museum Bulletin 456. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Mitchell, R. S. 1983. Berberidaceae through Fumariaceae of New York State. New York State Museum Bulletin 451. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Mitchell, R. S. 1980. Polygonum and Rumex. In A Synonymized Checklist of the Vascular Flora of the United States, Canada, and Greenland, edited by J. Kartesz, and R. Kartesz, pp. 371-375. University of North Carolina Press, Chapel Hill, North Carolina.

Mitchell, R. S. 1979. Preliminary Lists of Rare, Endangered and Threatened Species in New York State. New York State Museum Leaflet 21. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Mitchell, R. S. 1979. Stanley J. Smith (obituary). Taxon 28(2-3):44.

Mitchell, R. S. 1978. Rumex maritimus L. versus R. persicarioides L. in the Western Hemisphere. Brittonia 30:293-296.

Mitchell, R. S. 1976. Submergence Experiments on Nine Species of Semi-Aquatic Polygonum. American Journal of Botany 63:1158-1165.

Mitchell, R.S., J.G. Barbour, and J. Focht 2001 A Catalog of Sterling Forest Plants. Report prepared for Palisades Interstate Park Commission, Albany, New York.

Mitchell, R. S., J. G. Barbour, and J. Focht 2000 A Catalog of Sterling Forest Plants, Seventh Report. Report prepared for Palisades Interstate park Commission.

Mitchell, R. S., J. G. Barbour, and J. Focht 2000 A Catalog of Sterling Forest Plants. Botanical Research Report #2000-01. Report prepared for Palisades Interstate Park Commission, Albany, New York.

Mitchell, R. S., J. G. Barbour, and J. Focht 1998 A Preliminary Catalog of Sterling Forest Plants, Fifth Report. Report prepared for Palisades Interstate park Commission.

Mitchell, R. S., J. G. Barbour, and J. Focht 1996 A Catalog of the Plants of Bear Mountain, Harriman and Storm King State Parks. Report prepared for NYS Office of parks, Recreation, and Historic Preservation.

Mitchell, R. S., and E. O. Beal. 1979. Magnoliaceae through Ceratophyllaceae of New York State. New York State Museum Bulletin 435. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New Jersey.

Mitchell, R. S., and J. K. Dean. 1982. Ranaunculaceae (Crowfoot Family) of New York State. New York State Museum Bulletin 446. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Mitchell, R. S., and J. K. Dean. 1979. Polygonaceae (Buckwheat Family) of New York State. New York State Museum Bulletin 435. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Mitchell, R. S., Maenza-Gmelch, T. E., and Barbour, J. G. 1994. Utricularia inflata Walt. (Lentibulariaceae), New to New York State. Bulletin of the Torrey Botany Club 121:295-297.

Mitchell, R. S., and C. J. Sheviak. 1982. Wildflowers [species selection, descriptions, and art work critique]. In North American Wildlife, edited by R. S. Mitchell, and C. J. Sheviak, pp. 338-507. Readers Digest, Pleasantville, New York.

Mitchell, R. S., and C. J. Sheviak. 1981. Rare Plants of New York State. New York State Museum Bulletin 445. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Mitchell, R. S., C. J. Sheviak, and J. K. Dean. 1980. Rare and Endangered Vascular Plant Species in New York State. U. S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Washington, D. C..

Mitchell, R. S., C. J. Sheviak, and D. J. Leopold (editors). 1990. Ecosystem Management: Rare Species and Significant Habitats. New York State Museum Bulletin 471. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Mitchell, R. S., and G. C. Tucker. 1997. Revised Checklist of New York State Plants. New York State Museum Bulletin 490. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Mitchell, R. S., and Tucker, G. C. 1994. Flora of an Unusually Diverse Virgin and Old-growth Forest Area in the Southern Adirondacks of New York. Bulletin of the Torrey Botany Club 121:76-83.

Mitchell, R. S., and Tucker, G. C. 1991. Sagina japonica (Sw.) Ohwi (Caryophyllaceae), An Overlooked Adventure in the Northeastern United States. Rhodora 93:192-194.

Mitchell, R. S., G. C. Tucker, and J. G. Barbour 1993 A Checklist of the Flora of the West Point Military Academy Reservation. Report prepared for West Point Military Academy.

Molloy, D. P. 2004 A Method for Controlling Dreissena Species. Report prepared for Canadian Intellectual Property Office, Industry Canada, Ottawa.

Molloy, D. P. 2004. Building International Bridges of Understanding and Collaborative Science. Members Update 15(2):6-7.

Molloy, D. P. 2001 A Method for Controlling Dreissena Species. Report prepared for U. S. Patent and Trademark Office, Department of Commerce, Washington, D. C..

Molloy, D. P. 1998. The Potential for Using Biological Control Technologies in the Management of Dreissena spp.. Journal of Shellfish Research 17:177-183.

Molloy, D. P. 1994. Doing Zebra Mussel Research in Russia. Dreissena! (Zebra Mussel Information Clearinghouse Newsletter, Brockport, NY) 5(1):13-14.

Molloy, D. P. 1994. Technology of Application of Microbials in Aquatic Environments: Use of BTI Against Blackflies in Mountainous Areas. Proceedings of the IVth International Colloquium on Invertebrate Pathology and Microbial Control 1:479-480.

Molloy, D. P. 1994. Zebra Mussels (Dreissenidae): Review of Parasitic and Other Symbiotic Organisms Associated With These European Biofouling Bivalves. Proceedings of the IVth International Colloquium on Invertebrate Pathology and Microbial Control (Montpellier, France) 1:473-474.

Molloy, D. P. 1993. Approaches to the Biological Control of Zebra Mussels. Journal of Shellfish Research 12:147.

Molloy, D. P. 1992. Do Zebra Mussels Have Parasites?. DpIR (Zebra Mussel Information Clearinghouse Newsletter, Brockport, NY) 3(1):7-8.

Molloy, D. P. 1992. Impact of the Black Fly (Diptera: Simuliidae) Control Agent Bacillus thuringiensis var. israelensis on Chironomids (Diptera: Chironomidae) and Other Nontarget Insects: Results of Ten Field Trials. Journal of the American Mosquito Control Association 8:24-31.

Molloy, D. 1992. Review of: Crosskey, R. W. The Natural History of Blackflies. American Entomologist 38:45.

Molloy, D. 1991. Biological Control of Zebra Mussels: Use of Parasites and Toxic Microorganisms. Journal of Shellfish Research 10:260.

Molloy, D. P. 1990. Progress in the Biological Control of Black Flies With Bacillus thuringiensis var. israelensis, With Emphasis on Temperate Climates. In Bacterial Control of Mosquitoes and Black Flies: Biochemistry, Genetics & Applications of Bacillus thuringiensis israelensis and Bacillus sphaericus., edited by H. de Barjac, and D. Sutherland, pp. 161-186. Rutgers University Press, New Brunswick, New Jersey.

Molloy, D. P. 1988. Guide to Recent Literature on Black Flies (Diptera: Simuliidae): Part I. Bulletin of the Society of Vector Ecology 13:126-220.

Molloy, D. 1987. Review of: The Black Flies of Pennsylvania (Simuliidae, Diptera): Bionomics, Taxonomy, and Distribution, P. H. Adler and K. C. Kim.. Journal of the North American Benthological Society 6:79.

Molloy, D. P. 1987. The Ecology of Black Fly Parasites. In Black Flies: Ecology, Population Management, and Annotated World List, edited by K. C. Kim, and R. W. Merritt, pp. 315-326. Penn. State Univ. Press, University Park, Pennsylvania.

Molloy, D. 1984. The Black Fly Debate. Naho 17(1):7-10.

Molloy, D. P. (editor). 1982. Biological Control of Black Flies (Diptera: Simuliidae) with Bacillus thuringiensis var. israelensis (Serotype 14): A Review with Recommendations for Laboratory and Field Protocol. Entomological Society of America Miscellaneous Publications 12(4):30 pp.

Molloy, D. 1981. Mermithid Parasitism of Black Flies (Diptera: Simuliidae). Journal of Nematology 13:250-256.

Molloy, D. 1979. Description and Bionomics of Mesomermis camdenensis n. sp. (Mermithidae), A Parasite of Black Flies (Simuliidae). Journal of Nematology 11:321-328.

Molloy, D.P., bij de Vaate, A., Wilke, T., and Giamberini, L. 2007. Discovery of Dreissena rostriformis bugensis (Andrusov 1897) in Western Europe. Biological Invasions 9:871-874.

Molloy, D. P., and D. M. Crosier 2000 Zebra Mussel Information System Compact Disc. 2nd Edition. Report prepared for U. S. Army Corps of Engineers, Vicksburg, Mississippi.

Molloy, D., Gaugler, R. R., and Jamnback, H. 1981. Factors Influencing the Efficacy of Bacillus thuringiensis var. israelensis As a Biological Control Agent of Black Fly Larvae (Diptera: Simuliidae). Journal of Economic Entomology 74:61-64.

Molloy, D., Gaugler, R. R., and Jamnback, H. 1980. The Pathogenicity of Neoaplectana carpocapsae to Blackfly Larvae. Journal of Invertebrate Pathology 36:302-306.

Molloy, D. P., L. Giamberini, L. E. Burlakova, A. Y. Karatayev, J. R. Cryan, S. L. Trajanovski, and S. P. Trajanovska. 2010. Investigation of the endosymbionts of Dreissena stankovici with Morphological and Molecular Confirmation of Host Species. In The Zebra Mussel in Europe, edited by G. van der Velde, S. Rajagopal, and A. bij de Vaate, pp. 227-237. Backhuys Publishers, Leiden.

Molloy, D. P., Giamberini, L., Morado, J. F., Fokin, S. I., and Laruelle, F. 2001. Characterization of Intracytoplasmic Prokaryote Infections in Dreissena sp. (Bivalvia: Dreissenidae). Diseases of Aquatic Organisms 44:203-216.

Molloy, D. P., Giamberini, L., Stokes, N. A., Burreson, E. M., and Ovcharenko, M. A. 2012. Haplosporidium raabei n. sp. (Haplosporidia): A Parasite of Zebra Mussels, Dreissena polymorpha (Pallas, 1771). Parasitology 139:463-477.

Molloy, D. P., Glockling, S. L., Siegfried, C. A., Beakes, G. W., James , T. Y., Matitsky, S. E., Wurdak, E., Giamberini, L., Gaylo, M. J., and Nemeth, M. J. 2014. Aquastella gen. nov.: a New Genus of Saprolegniaceous Oomycete Rotifer Parasites Related to Aphanomyces, With Unique Sporangial Outgrowths. Fungal Biology 118(7):544-558.

Molloy, D. P., and Griffin`, B. 1992. Biological Control of Zebra Mussels: Screening for Lethal Microorganisms. Journal of Shellfish Research 11:234.

Molloy, D. P., and B. H. Hannon. 1985. Diptera (Simuliidae). In Current and Selected Bibliographies on Benthic Biology, 1984, edited by D. W. Webb , pp. 33-40. North American Benthology Society, Illinois Natural History Survey, Champaign, Illinois.

Molloy, D. P., and B. H. Hannon. 1984. Diptera - Simuliidae. In Current and Selected Bibliographies on Benthic Biology, 1982, edited by D. W. Webb , pp. 48-57. North American Benthological Society and Illiinois Natural History Survey, Champaign, Illinois.

Molloy, D., and Jamnback, H. 1981. Field Evaluation of Bacillus thuringiensis var. israelensis as a Black Fly (Diptera: Simuliidae) Biocontrol Agent and Its Effect on Nontarget Stream Insects. Journal of Economic Entomology 74:314-318.

Molloy, D., and Jamnback, H. 1977. A Larval Black Fly Control Field Trial Using Mermithid Parasites and Its Cost Implications. Mosquito News 37:104-108.

Molloy, D., and Jamnback, H. 1975. Laboratory Transmission of Mermithids Parasitic in Black Flies (Simuliidae). Mosquito News 35:337-342.

Molloy, D., and Jamnback, H. 1975. The Blackfly. The Conservationist 29:13.

Molloy, D. P., Karatayev, A. Y., Burlakova, L. E., Kurandina, D. P., and Laruelle, F. 1997. Natural Enemies of Zebra Mussels: Predators, Parasites, and Ecological Competitors. Reviews in Fisheries Science 5:27-97.

Molloy, D. P., Lynn, D. H., and Giamberini, L. 2005. Ophryoglena hemophaga n. sp. (Ciliophora: Ophryoglenidae): A Parasite of the Digestive Gland of Zebra Mussels Dreissena polymorpha. Diseases of Aquatic Organisms 65:237-243.

Molloy, D. P., Mayer, D. A., Gaylo, M. J., Burlakova, L. E., Karatayev, A. Y., Presti, K. T., Sawyko, P. M., Morse, J. T., and Paul, E. A. 2013. Non-target Trials with Pseudomonas fluorescens Strain CL145A, A Lethal Control Agent of Dreissenid Mussels (Bivalvia: Dreissenidae).. Management of Biological Invasions 4(1):71-79.

Molloy, D. P., Mayer, D. A., Gaylo, M. J., Burlakova, L. E., Karatayev, A. Y., Presti, K. T., Sawyko, P. M., Morse, J. T., and Paul, A. T. 2013. Pseudomonas fluorescens strain CL145A  A Biopesticide for the Control of Zebra and Quagga Mussels (Bivalvia: Dreissenidae). Journal of Invertebrate Pathology 113:104-114.

Molloy, D. P., Mayer, D. A., Giamberini, L., and Gaylo, M. J. 2013. Mode of Action of Pseudomonas fluorescens Strain CL145A, A Lethal Control Agent of Dreissenid Mussels (Bivalvia: Dreissenidae). Journal of Invertebrate Pathology 113:115-121.

Molloy, D. P., and Molloy, L. 1989. Guide to Recent Literature on Black Flies (Diptera: Simuliidae): Part II. Bulletin of the Society of Vector Ecology 14:135-218.

Molloy, D. P., Powell, J., and Ambrose, P. 1994. Short-term Reduction of Adult Zebra Mussels, Dreissena polymorpha, in the Hudson River Near Catskill, New York: An Effect of Juvenile Blue Crab (Callinectes Sapidus) Predation?. Journal of Shellfish Research 13:367-371.

Molloy, D. P., Roitman, V. A., and Shields, J. D. 1996. Survey of the Parasites of Zebra Mussels (Bivalvia: Dreissenidae) in Northwestern Russia, With Comments on Records of Parasitism in Europe and North America. Journal of Helminthological Society of Washington 63:251-256.

Molloy, D. P., and Struble, R. H. 1989. Investigation of the Microbial Control of Black Flies (Diptera: Simuliidae) with Bacillus thuringiensis var. israelensis in the Adirondack Mountains of New York. Bulletin of the Society of Vector Ecology 14:266-276.

Molloy, D. P., and Struble, R. H. 1988. A Simple and Inexpensive Method for Determining Stream Discharge From a Streambank. Journal of Freshwater Ecology 4:477-481.

Molloy, D. P., Vinikour, W. S., and Anderson, R. V. 1999. New North American Records of Aquatic Insects as Paratenic Hosts of Pheromermis (Nematoda: Mermithidae). Journal of Invertebrate Pathology 72:89-95.

Molloy, D., and Wraight, S. P. 1982. Rediscovery of Erynia aquatica in Aedes snowpool Mosquitoes. Journal of Invertebrate Pathology 40:142-145.

Molloy, D., and Wraight, S. P. 1980. Isolation of Strelkovimermis peterseni, A Mermithid Parasite of Anopheline Mosquitoes. Journal of Nematology 12:330-332.

Molloy, D., Wraight, S. P., Kaplan, B., Gerardi, J., and Petersen, P. 1984. Laboratory Evaluation of Commercial Formulations of Bacillus thuringiensis var. israelensis Against Mosquito and Black Fly Larvae.. Journal of Agricultural Entomology 1:161-168.

Monheimer, R. H. 1981. Effect of Light Intensity on Sulfate Uptake and Primary Productivity by Natural Freshwater Microplankton Communities and Axenic Algal Cultures. Hydrobiologia 79:121-127.

Monheimer, R. H. 1979. Determination of Microbial Heterotrophic Biomass Production by Sulfate Uptake Measurement. ASTM Special Technical Publication 695:133-139.

Monheimer, R. H. 1979. Effect of Cysteine and Methionine on Sulfate Uptake and Primary Productivity by Axenic Cultures and Lake Microplankton Communities. Journal of Phycology 15:284-288.

Monheimer, R. H. 1978. Difficulties in Interpretation of Microbial Heterotrophy from Sulfate Uptake Data: Laboratory Studies. Limnology and Oceanography 23:150-154.

Monheimer, R. H. 1978. Microbial Heterotrophic Production in Two Lakes of Different Productivity. Internationale Vereinigung fur Theoretische und Angewandte Limnologie 20:2222-2226.

Monheimer, R. H. 1975. Effects of Three Environmental Variables on Sulfate Uptake by Aerobic Bacteria. Applied Microbiology 30:975-981.

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Sheviak, C. J. 2010. The Roots of the Herbarium. Legacy: The Magazine of the New York State Museum 5(3):10-11.

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Sheviak, C. J. 2000. Natural Color. Outdoor Photographer 16(5):78-83..

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Stone, A., and H. A. Jamnback. 1955. The Black Flies of New York State (Diptera: Simuliidae). New York State Museum Bulletin 349. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Stoner, D. 1950. Extant New York State Specimens of the Adirondack Cougar. New York State Museum Circular 25. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Stoner, D. 1945. Additional Unrecorded Passenger Pigeons from New York State. The Auk 62(4):622-623.

Stoner, D. 1945. Further New York State Records for the Great Gray and Richardson's Owls. The Auk 62(4):629-630.

Stoner, D. 1945. Temperature and Growth Studies of the Northern Cliff Swallow. The Auk 62(2):207-216.

Stoner, D. 1944. Acquisition of a Bird Collection by the New York State Museum. Science 99(2576):379.

Stoner, D. 1944. The Snowy Owl in New York State: 1942-1943. The Auk 61(4):656-657.

Stoner, D. 1944. White-Fronted Goose at Rouses Point, New York. The Auk 61(4):651-652.

Stoner, D. 1943. Bird Records for Eastern New York. Feathers 5:9-14.

Stoner, D. 1943. Defensive Behavior of the White-Breasted Nuthatch. The Auk 60(1):95-96.

Stoner, D. 1943. Yellow-bellied Sap Sucker, Tree-troubler. University of the State of New York Bulletin to the Schools 29(7):266-270.

Stoner, D. 1942. A Seven-Year-Old Bank Swallow. Science 96:273-274.

Stoner, D. 1942. Behavior of Young Bank Swallows after First Leaving the Nest. Bird-Banding 13(3):107-110.

Stoner, D. 1942. Bird Study through Banding. The Scientific Monthly 55(2):132-138.

Stoner, D. 1942. European Starling Nesting in a Bank Swallow Burrow. The Wilson Bulletin 54(3):215.

Stoner, D. 1942. Longevity and Other Data on a Captive English Sparrow. The Auk 59(3):440-442.

Stoner, D. 1942. Some Recent Interesting (Bird) Records for the Albany Region. Feathers 4(3):17-19.

Stoner, D. 1942. The 1942 Status of the Normandin Woods Herony. Feathers 4:57-58.

Stoner, D. 1941. A Noteworthy Concentration of Birds. The Auk 58(4):588-589.

Stoner, D. 1941. American Egrets Observed from a Hudson River Steamer. The Wilson Bulletin 53(1):41-42.

Stoner, D. 1941. Feeding Behavior of a Water. Science 94(2442):367.

Stoner, D. 1941. Historical Data on a Specimen of Sooty Tern from Oswego, New York. The Auk 58(2):258-259.

Stoner, D. 1941. Homing Instinct in the Bank Swallow. Bird-Banding 12(3):104-109.

Stoner, D. 1940. Noteworthy (Bird) Records for Northeastern New York, Winter 1939-1940. The Auk 47:406-407.

Stoner, D. 1940. The Canada Porcupine as Highway Casualty. Journal of Mammalogy 21:360-361.

Stoner, D. 1940. Unreported New York State Specimens of Passenger Pigeon. The Auk 57(3):415-416.

Stoner, D. 1939. Eastern Sparrow Hawk Feeding on Big Brown Bat. The Auk 56(4):474.

Stoner, D. 1939. Office of Zoology. In A Summary of the Accomplishments and Functions of the New York State Museum During the Past Century, 1836-1936. New York State Museum Bulletin 317, edited by C. C. Adams, pp. 89-93. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Stoner, D. 1939. Parasitism of the English Sparrow on the Northern Cliff Swallow. The Wilson Bulletin 51(4):221-222.

Stoner, D. 1939. Remarks on the Abundance and Range of the Opossum. Journal of Mammalogy 20:250-251.

Stoner, D. 1939. Temperature, Growth and Other Studies on Eastern Phoebe. New York State Museum Circular 22. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Stoner, D. 1938. American Egret along the Upper Hudson River. The Auk 55(1):119-121.

Stoner, D. 1938. Craspedacusta near Albany, New York. Science 87(2252):188-189.

Stoner, D. 1938. Great Gray Owl from New York State. The Auk 55(2):279-280.

Stoner, D. 1938. Longevity in the Bank Swallow. Bird-Banding 9(4):173-177.

Stoner, D. 1938. New York State Records for the Common Dolphin, Delphinus delphis. New York State Museum Circular 21. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Stoner, D. 1938. The English Sparrow and Highway Mortality. The Wilson Bulletin 50(1):63-64.

Stoner, D. 1938. The Fisher is a Foe of the Porcupine in New York State. Journal of Mammalogy 19:373-374.

Stoner, D. 1937. A Method of Dispersal of the Black Widow Spider. Science 85(2200):219.

Stoner, D. 1937. Historical Outline of the Zoological Work of the State Museum. New York State Museum Bulletin 313:101-105.

Stoner, D. 1937. Records on Bird Temperatures. New York State Museum Circular 19. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Stoner, D. 1937. Reptiles and Amphibians in Relation to Celery Insects in the Sanford, Florida District. Florida Entomologist 19:49-53.

Stoner, D. 1937. The House Rat as an Enemy of the Bank Swallow. Journal of Mammalogy 18(1):87-89.

Stoner, D. 1937. Three Returns of a Bank Swallow. Science 86(2238):469-470.

Stoner, D. 1936. Further Evidence on Blue Jay Migration. Bird Binding 7:170-171.

Stoner, D. 1936. Ten Years' Returns from Banded Black Swallows. New York State Museum Circular 18. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Stoner, D. 1936. Wildlife Casualties on the Highways. The Wilson Bulletin 48(4):276-283.

Stoner, D. 1935. Highway Mortality among Mammals Highway Mortality among Mammals. Science 81(2104):401-402.

Stoner, D. 1935. An Example of Partial Albinism in the Eastern Crow. The Wilson Bulletin 47(4):274-476.

Stoner, D. 1935. Ninety Minutes with Robert Ridgway. Wison Bulletin 46:90-92.

Stoner, D. H. 1935. Plecoptera as Food for Bank Swallows. Entomological News 46:28-29.

Stoner, D. 1935. Temperature and Growth Studies on the Barn Swallow. The Auk 52(4):400-407.

Stoner, D. 1934. Occurrence of Wilson's Petrel (Oceanites oceanicus) in Franklin County, New York. The Auk 51:

Stoner, D. H. 1933. Superstitions and Facts about Kingfishers. University of the State of New York Bulletin to the Schools 19(13):165-167.

Stoner, D. 1932. Ornithology of the Oneida Lake Region: With Reference to the Late Spring and Summer Seasons. Roosevelt Wild Life Annals 2(3 and 4):277-759.

Stoner, D., and Koster, L. J. 1942. Sora, Near-Victum of a Fish. Science 96:580-581.

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Stoner, D., and L. C. Stoner. 1952. Birds of Washington Park, Albany, New York. New York State Museum Bulletin 344. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Stoner, D., and Stoner, L. C. 1945. An Example of Bumblefoot in the Great Horned Owl. The Auk 62(3):405-408.

Stoner, D., and Stoner, L. C. 1941. Feeding of Nestling Bank Swallows. The Auk, Vol. 58, No. 1 (Jan., 1941), pp. 52-55 58(1):52-55.

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