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Volume 39, Number 5, October 1946

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Editorial

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A Review of North American Economic Eriophyid Mites
pp. 563-570(8)
Author: KEIFER, H. H.

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Effect of Cultivation on Florida Red Scale Populations
pp. 571-574(4)
Authors: OSBURN, MAX R.; MATHIS, WILLIS

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The Sunflower Moth and Some of Its Natural Enemies
pp. 575-580(6)
Authors: SATTERTHWAIT, A. F.; SWAIN, R. B.

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Rapid Vacuum Fumigation of the Body Louse with Methyl Bromide
pp. 581-588(8)
Authors: STONE, PHILIP C.; LAHUE, DELMON W.

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Toxicity and Repellency of Certain Organic Compounds to Larvae of Lucilia sericata
pp. 589-597(9)
Authors: LOEFFLER, ERWIN S.; HOSKINS, W. M.

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Redrying of Tobacco and Its Effect on Insect Infestation
pp. 607-609(3)
Authors: TENHET, JOSEPH N.; BARE, C. O.

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Reaction of Hornworms to Certain Organic Compounds
pp. 610-612(3)
Author: STAHL, C. F.

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Effect of the Thermal-Vacuum Process on Insects in Stored Tobacco
pp. 612-613(2)
Authors: BARE, C. O.; TENHET, JOSEPH N.; REED, W. D.

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Field Experiments with Heat-Generated Aerosols
pp. 614-619(6)
Author: LATTA, RANDALL

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A Modified Aerosol Formula for Use Against Mosquitoes and Houseflies
pp. 620-623(4)
Authors: MADDEN, A. H.; SCHROEDER, H. O.; KNIPLING, E. F.; LINDOUIST, ARTHUR W.

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Persistence of Certain DDT Deposits under Field Conditions
pp. 624-627(4)
Authors: GUNTHER, F. A.; LINDGREN, D. L.; ELLIOT, M. I.; LADUE, J. P.

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Insect Repellents Used as Skin Treatments by the Armed Forces
pp. 627-630(4)
Authors: TRAVIS, B. V.; MORTON, FRED A.; COCHRAN, J. H.

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Hexachlorocyclohexane in the Control of Onion Maggot
pp. 631-637(7)
Author: MCLEOD, W. S.

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Control of Lygus Bugs in Alfalfa Seed Fields
pp. 638-648(11)
Authors: SMITH, RAY F.; MICHELBACVER, A. E.

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Growth of the Sugar-Beet Wireworm on Different Food Plants
pp. 648-651(4)
Author: SHIRCK, F. H.

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A Simple Exhaust Aerosol or Spray Generator for Dispersing Insecticide Solutions
pp. 652-658(7)
Authors: RICE, R. I.; JOHNSTONE, H. F.; KEARNS, C. W.

Scientific Notes

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Control of the Sticktight Flea on Chickens
pp. 659-660(2)
Author: EADS, RICHARD B.

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Airplane Spraying Apparatus for Mosquito Control
pp. 659-659(1)
Author: YUST, HAROLD R.

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Rearing Body Lice on Rabbits
pp. 660-660(1)
Author: CULPEPPER, G. H.

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Injury to Fruit of Plums Caused by Dicerca horni
pp. 660-660(1)
Author: FRAZIER, NOHMAN W.

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The Nature of the Venom of Formica exsectoides
pp. 661-662(2)
Authors: ACREE, JR., FRED; HAVILAND, ELIZABETH E.; HALLER, H. L.

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DDT to Control the Green Peach Aphis
pp. 661-661(1)
Authors: NEWTON, J. H.; LIST, GEO M.

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DDT to Control Puerto Rican Mole Crickets
pp. 662-663(2)
Author: BRUCE, W. G.

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Toxicity of Aromatic Esters of Benzenesulfonic Acid to Codling Moth Larvae
pp. 662-662(1)
Authors: SLEGLER, E. H.; GERTLER, S. I.

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Control of the Harvester Ant with Velsicol 1968
pp. 663-664(2)
Authors: BRETT, CHARLES H.; RHOADES, W. C.

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DDT Aerosols to Control Worms in Corn
pp. 668-668(1)
Author: DITMAN, L. P.

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Toxicity of Some Alpha Tolunitriles and Glycinonitriles to Codling Moth Larvae
pp. 670-670(1)
Authors: SIEGLER, E. H.; GERTLER, S. I.

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Insects Found on Guayule in Northern Mexico
pp. 670-671(2)
Author: ROMNEY, VAN E.

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Comparative Toxicity of p,p- and o,p'-DDT to Larvae of Anopheles quadrimaculatus
pp. 672-673(2)
Authors: JONES, HOWARD A.; INCHO, HARRY H.; DEONIER, CHRISTIAN C.

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Toxicity of Nicotine, Nornicotine, and Anabasine to Codling Moth Larvae
pp. 673-674(2)
Authors: SIEGLEH, E. H.; BOWE, C. V.

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Toxicity of Aromatic Esters of p- Toluenesulfonic Acid to Codling Moth Larvae
pp. 674-674(1)
Authors: SUJGLER, E. H.; GERTLER, S. I.

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Effect of DDT, Xanthone, and Nicotine Bentonite on the Woolly Apple Aphid
pp. 674-676(3)
Authors: NEWCOMER, E. J.; DEAN, F. P.; CAHLSON, F. W.

Articles

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Grasshopper Control by Oil Solutions of DNOC Sprayed from Aircraft
pp. 676-677(2)
Authors: BROWN, A. W. A.; PUTNAM, L. G.

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DDT to Control Mezium americanum
pp. 676-676(1)
Author: GERBERG, EUGENE J.

Scientific Notes

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Grasshopper Control in Alfalfa with Hexachlorocyclohexane Dust
pp. 677-678(2)
Authors: BRETT, CHARLES H.; RIIOADES, W. C.

Journal of Economic Entomology News

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Obituaries

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Kennith Hawkins
pp. 681-683(3)

American Association of Economic Entomologists

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