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Howard 10. Give a list of papers published during the year by yourself and your official associates and collaborates, so far as the same are besed [[based]] upon museum material. Each notice for the bibliography should be accompanied by a full and complete citation (e.g., Proc.U.S.Nat.Mus., XV, NO. 898, Aug. 4, 1892, pp.179-219, Pls. XIX-XXI, Figs. 8-10), and also by a brief abstract of the paper. If any paper is partly but not entirely based upon museum material, that fact should be indicated L. land 0. Howard. The Beet-Leaf Pegomyia. Insect Life, [[strikethrough]] Volume [[/strikethrough]] VII, No. 5, July, 1895, [[?]] 379-381, [[strikethrough]] One Fig. [[/strikethrough]] [[?]] An account of the habits of Pegomyia vicina and the damage which its larva does by mining the leaves of the sugar beet in California. [[strikethrough]] L. 0. Howard. [[/strikethrough]] An [[strikethrough]] I [[/strikethrough]] njurious [[strikethrough]] P [[/strikethrough]] arasite. Insect Life, [[strikethrough]] Volume [[/strikethrough]] VII No. 5, July, 1895, [[?]] 403, 404, [[strikethrough]] One Fig. [[/strikethrough]] An account of a Chalcidid parasite which infests the beneficial larvae of Dakruma coccidivora which preys upon the injurious scale insect, Pulvinaria innumerabilis. A now genus and species are erected for the parasite. L. 0. Howard. Special Notes: General Notes: Notes form Correspondents. Insect Life, [[strikethrough]] Volume [[/strikethrough]] VII, No. 5, July,1895, [[?]] 361-364, 411-430. Forty-four notes, varying in length from three lines to three pages, upon a variety of entomo-
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