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Volume 66, Number 6, 15 November 1973

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FEATURE PHOTOGRAPH
pp. iv-iv(1)

Fecundity of the Saddled Prominent, Heterocampa guttivitta
pp. 1181-1183(3)
Author: ALLEN, DOUGLAS C.

Effectiveness and Flight of Small Insects
pp. 1187-1190(4)
Author: BENNETT, LEON

Oviposition by Grouped and Isolated Apple Maggot Flies
pp. 1197-1200(4)
Authors: PROKOPY, RONALD J.; BUSH, GUY L.

Metabolism of Muscle of Cockroach Blaberus giganteus
pp. 1208-1212(5)
Authors: BRUCE, ALEASE L.; BANKS, WILLIAM M.

Emergence and Movement of the Saltmarsh Deer Flies Chrysops fuliginosus and Chrysops atlanticus
pp. 1215-1218(4)
Authors: HANSENS, ELTON J.; ROBINSON, JAMES W.

Inheritance of a Genetic Marker in the Tobacco Budworm
pp. 1219-1220(2)
Author: WHITTEN, C. J.

Histology of the Third Instar of the Apple Maggot, Rhagoletis pomonella
pp. 1221-1238(18)
Authors: KNELL, JOHN; STOFFOLANO, JOHN G.

Two New repleta Group Species of the Genus Drosophila (Diptera: Drosophilidae) from Venezuela
pp. 1239-1242(4)
Authors: WASSERMAN, MARVIN; KOEPFER, H. ROBERTA; WARD, BERNARD L.

The Courtship of Musca Species Found in North America. 1. The House Fly, Musca domestica
pp. 1249-1257(9)
Authors: TOBIN, EDWARD N.; STOFFOLANO, JOHN G.

Instars in the Carpenterworm, Prionoxystus robiniae
pp. 1258-1260(3)
Author: SOLOMON, J. D.

Development of Mycetomes in Larvae of Sitophilus granarius and S. oryzae
pp. 1261-1263(3)
Authors: LUM, PATRICK T. M.; BAKER, JAMES E.

Distribution, Seasonal Abundance, and Hosts of the Gulf Coast Tick in Oklahoma
pp. 1264-1268(5)
Authors: SEMTNER, P. J.; HAIR, JAKIE A.

Hybridization Between Three Species of Andrenid Bees
pp. 1281-1286(6)
Author: RIBBLE, D. W.

Bionomics of Three Nearctic Species, One New, of Hypera (Coleoptera: Curculionidae), and Their Parasites
pp. 1299-1306(8)
Authors: PUTTLER, BENJAMIN; THEWKE, S. E.; WARNER, R. E.

Aggregation in Blattaria
pp. 1315-1323(9)
Author: ROTH, LOUIS M.

Five-Year Patterns of Emergence in Tetragoneuria cynosura and Gomphus exilis (Odonata)
pp. 1343-1348(6)
Authors: LUTZ, PAUL E.; McMAHAN, ELIZABETH A.

Scientific Notes

Pterococcus, a New Genus of Scale Insects from Malaya (Homoptera: Coccoidea: Lecanodiaspididae)
pp. 1358-1359(2)
Authors: HOWELL, JAMES O.; KOSZTARAB, MICHAEL

A New Time-Sort Pitfall Trap
pp. 1362-1364(3)
Authors: HOLTHAUS, W. A.; RIECHERT, S. E.

Insect Behavior: Surrogate Insects Produced with Magnetic Stirrer
pp. 1365-1366(2)
Authors: BEATON, COLIN; EISNER, THOMAS; KRISTON, IRMGARD

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