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 6, December 1936

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Forty-ninth Annual Meeting of the American Association of Economic Entomologists Atlantic City, N. J.
pp. 1039-1053(15)
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American Association of Economic Entomologists

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Structural Differences Between Greater and Lesser Wax Moth
pp. 1055-1058(4)
Author: HAYES, WM. P.

Eastern Branch

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Pear Midge in Relation to Fruit Set and Timing of Control Sprays
pp. 1058-1063(6)
Author: MUNDINGER, F. G.

Cotton States Branch

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Field Movement of Boll Weevils in Relation to Initial Infestation and Rainfall
pp. 1063-1066(4)
Authors: SMITH, G. L.; YOUNG, M. T.

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Additional Notes on Little-Known Cotton Insects
pp. 1066-1068(3)
Author: FOLSOM, J. W.

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Biology and Economic Importance of the Gulf Coast Tick
pp. 1068-1076(9)
Authors: BISHOPP, F. C.; HIXSON, HOMER

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The Screw Worm Situation in 1935
pp. 1076-1085(10)
Authors: DOVE, W. E.; BISHOPP, F. C.

Pilosity of the Cotton Plant

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in Relation to Adherence of Dusted Calcium Arsenate
pp. 1085-1087(3)
Author: DUNNAM, E. W.

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Experiments With New Materials To Control Peach Borer
pp. 1088-1092(5)
Authors: SNAPP, OLIVER I.; THOMSON, JR., J. R.

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Pacific Slope Branch

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Observations on Bulb Scale Mite as a Major Pest of Narcissus
pp. 1103-1105(3)
Author: DOUCETTE, CHARLES F.

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Recent Developments in Methods and Equipment
pp. 1105-1114(10)
Author: GETZENDANER, C. W.

California Christmas Berry Thrips

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Rhynchothrfps Flex (Moulton)
pp. 1114-1117(4)
Author: BAILEY, STANLEY F.

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A Relatively New Pest of Strawberries, Iris and Other Crops in Oregon
pp. 1118-1123(6)
Authors: EDWARDS, W. D.; MOTE, DON C.

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Effect of Cold Storage on Eggs and Young Larvae of Codling Moth
pp. 1123-1125(3)
Author: NEWCOMER, E. J.

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Experiments With Oil Sprays to Control Rhododendron Whitefly
pp. 1125-1128(4)
Author: LATTA, RANDALL

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Effect of Reduced Temperature and Pressure on Honeybee Respiration1
pp. 1128-1132(5)
Author: WOODWORTH, CHAS. E.

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Vacuum Fumigation
pp. 1132-1137(6)
Author: LINDGREN, D. L.

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Field Methods for Investigation of Codling Moth Insecticides
pp. 1137-1144(8)
Authors: MARSHALL, JAMES; GROVES, KERMIT

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Thiodiphenolamine-A New Ingredient of Mosquito Larvicides
pp. 1144-1146(3)
Author: MAIL, G. ALLEN

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Effect of Several Varieties of Sorghum and Other Host Plants on Biology of the Chingh Bug
pp. 1147-1153(7)
Authors: DAHMS, R. G.; SNELLING, R. O.; FENTON, F. A.

Parasites of Horn Fly

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Parasites of Horn Fly And Other Flies Breeding in Dung
pp. 1154-1158(5)
Author: LINDQUIST, ARTHUR W.

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Handy Insect Cages Made From Cellophane
pp. 1158-1160(3)
Authors: SEARLS, ED. M.; HARRIS, HERBERT H.

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Toxicity of Certain Stomach Poisons to Several Common Lepidopterous Larvae
pp. 1160-1166(7)
Authors: HANSBERRY, ROY T.; RICHARDSON, CHARLES H.

Relation of Viscosity to Drop Size

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And the Application of Oils by Atomization
pp. 1167-1170(4)
Authors: SEARLS, ED. M.; SNYDER, FRED M.

Effect of Ground Derris Upon Pea Aphid

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When Infesting Peas Subsequent to Spraying
pp. 1170-1172(3)
Author: BRONSON, THEO E.

Scientific Notes

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Scientific Notes
pp. 1172-1176(5)
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Editorial

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Progress in Cooperation
pp. 1177-1178(2)
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Obituary

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Justus Watson Folsom
pp. 1178-1179(2)
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Reviews

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Review
pp. 1179-1180(2)
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Horticul tural Inspection Notes

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Horticul tural Inspection Notes
pp. 1180-1181(2)
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The American Association of Economic Entomologists

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Twenty-First Annual Meeting of the Pacific Slope Branch
pp. 1181-1181(1)
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