Journal of Economic Entomology is published bimonthly in February, April, June, August, October, and December. The journal publishes articles on the economic significance of insects and is divided into the following sections: apiculture & social insects; arthropods in relation to plant disease; forum; insecticide resistance and resistance management; ecotoxicology; biological and microbial control; ecology and behavior; sampling and biostatistics; household and structural insects; medical entomology; molecular entomology; veterinary entomology; forest entomology; horticultural entomology; field and forage crops, and small grains; stored-product; commodity treatment and quarantine entomology; and plant resistance. In addition to research papers, Journal of Economic Entomology publishes Letters to the Editor, interpretive articles in a Forum section, Short Communications, Rapid Communications, and Book Reviews.

Publisher: Entomological Society of America

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Volume 29, Number 3, June 1936

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American Association of Economic Entomologists

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Variations in Codling Moth Injury in Northwestern Arkansas
pp. 473-476(4)
Authors: ISELY, DWIGHT; SCHWARDT, H. H.

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Effect of Orchard Practices on Codling Moth and Leafhopper Parasitism
pp. 477-480(4)
Authors: DRIGGERS, B. F.; PEPPER, B. B.

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A New and Effective Control for Apple Flea Weevil
pp. 481-482(2)
Authors: HOUSER, J. S.; NEISWANDER, R. B.

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Shade-Tree Insect Developments
pp. 490-492(3)
Authors: FELT, E. P.; BROMLEY, S. W.

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An Experiment for the Control of Juniper Webworm
pp. 493-494(2)
Author: FARLEMAN, M. G.

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Pine-Tip Moths of Southern Ohio
pp. 494-497(4)
Authors: POLIVKA, J. B.; HOUSER, J. S.

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Dust Treatments for Protecting Beans from the Bean Weevil
pp. 498-501(4)
Authors: DEAY, HOWARD O.; AMOS, JOHN M.

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Experiments with Derris as a Control for the Pea Aphid
pp. 501-508(8)
Authors: DUDLEY, J. E. JR.; BRONSON, T. E.; CARROLL, F. E.

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Fumigation of Flour Mills with Hydrocyanic Acid Gas
pp. 514-523(10)
Authors: COTTON, R. T.; YOUNG, H. D.; WAGNER, GEORGE B.

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Pre-Harvest Spraying of Apples for Removal of Lead Residues
pp. 524-526(3)
Authors: WORTHLEY, HARLAN N.; FREAR, DONALD E. H.

Eastern Branch

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Codling Moth Spraying Experiments in Pennsylvania in 1935
pp. 527-532(6)
Author: WORTHLEY, HARLAN N.

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Laboratory Tests of Phenothiazine Against Codling Moth Larvae
pp. 532-537(6)
Authors: SIEGLER, E. H.; MUNGER, F.; SMITH, L. E.

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Tests of Insecticidal Efficiency of some Contact Spray Against Codling Moth Eggs
pp. 537-541(5)
Authors: HOUGH, W. S.; JEFFERSON, R. N.

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Notes on the Apple Maggot
pp. 542-544(3)
Author: GARMAN, PHILIP

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Comstock's Mealybug As an Apple Pest
pp. 544-546(3)
Author: WOODSIDE, A. M.

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Problem of European Red Mite on Prunes in Western New York1
pp. 546-550(5)
Author: REED, WALTER T.

Derris Insecticides

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With Special Reference to Lead Arenate and Supplements

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Further Studies of Larvicides to Control Fruit Tree Leaf Roller
pp. 561-570(10)
Authors: CHAPMAN, P. J.; DEAN, R. W.

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Partial Second Brood of Plum Curculio in Virginia
pp. 571-573(3)
Author: SCHOENE, W. J.

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Notes and Observations on the Pistol Case-Bearer
pp. 573-575(3)
Author: GOULD, EDWIN

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Stickers for Derris Applied As an Insecticidal Spray
pp. 580-583(4)
Authors: GOODHUE, LYLE D.; FLEMING, WALTER E.

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Barium Carbonate for the Bean Beetle
pp. 584-585(2)
Author: PEARIS, L. M.

Feeding Insecticides to Flea Beetle

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Persistence of Toxicity of Nicotine-Bentonite on Apples
pp. 590-594(5)
Author: MOORE, WARREN

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Dosage-Mortality Curve of Pyrethrum Sprays on the House Fly
pp. 598-600(3)
Authors: HOYER, DAVID; SCHMIDT, S. ZARKOSKI VON; WEED, ALFRED

The Pyrethrin Content of Fresh Flowers

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Constituents of Pyrethrum Flowers
pp. 601-605(5)
Authors: ACREE, JR., FRED; SCHAFFER, P. S.; HALLER, H. L.

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Pyrethrin Content of Pyrethrum Flowers From Various Sources
pp. 605-606(2)
Authors: HOYER, DAVID G.; LEONARD, M. D.

Red Spiders and Mites

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Insecticidal Activity of Aliphatic Thiocyanates1
pp. 606-611(6)
Author: MURPHY, D. F.

Articles

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Tests of Possible Substitutes for Hydrocyanic Acid in Fumigation of California Red Scale
pp. 611-618(8)
Authors: CUPPLES, H. L.; YUST, H. R.; HILEY, JULIAN

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Insect Damage to Seeds of Cracca Virginiana L.
pp. 622-629(8)
Author: YIP, JETHRO S.

Scientific Notes

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Scientific Notes
pp. 629-634(6)
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Editorail

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Entomologists and Entomological Publications
pp. 635-636(2)
Author: WEISS, HARRY B.

Review

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Review
pp. 636-637(2)
Author: METCALF, C. L.

Horticultural Inspection Notes

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Horticultural Inspection Notes
pp. 637-638(2)
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