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logical topics, most of them relating to material now in the National Museum.

[[strikethrough]] L. 0. Howard. [[/strikethrough]] A new genus and species in the Aphelininae. Canadian Entomologist, XXVII, [[strikethrough]] ( [[/strikethrough]] 1895 [[strikethrough]] ) [[/strikethrough]] pp. 350, 351. Describes Ameristus ceroplastae, from specimens reared from a Ceroplastes on Euphorbia hyberici [[strikethrough]] phia [[/strikethrough]] folia in Jamaica, B.W.I., by Dr. M. Grabham. 

[[strikethrough]] L. 0. Howard. [[/strikethrough]] On two interesting new [[strikethrough]] G [[/strikethrough]] enera [[strikethrough]] and [[/strikethrough]] of [[strikethrough]] S [[/strikethrough]] cale [[strikethrough]] I [[/strikethrough]]nsect [[strikethrough]] P [[/strikethrough]] arasites. 
Canadian Entomologist, XXVIII, [[strikethrough]] ( [[/strikethrough]] 1896 [[strikethrough]] ) [[/strikethrough]] pp. 165-167. 
Reviews the scale insect parasites other than Encyrtinae and Aphelininae, and describes two new pirenine genera and species from New Zealand and Australia. 

[[strikethrough]] L. 0. Howard. [[/strikethrough]] To prevent the growth of beard. 
Science, (N.S.), III, [[?]] 74, p. 813 (May 29,1896). An account, on the authority of Dr. B. F. Egeling of Monterey, Mexico, of the native superstition that certain cocoons hung around the neck will prevent the growth of beard, and the announcement that the cocoons are those of  Attacus jorulla, Westw. 

[[strikethrough]] L. 0. Howard. [[/strikethrough]] Some scale insects of the orchard. 
Year-book [[strikethrough]] of the [[/strikethrough]] U. S. Dept. Agri., 1894, 
July,1895, 249-276, 17 figs. 
Introductory: Life history and habits of xxxxx [[strikethrough]] S [[/strikethrough]] cale-insects in general; Classification; Species to be considered; Natural enemies; Table of parasites; Mytilaspis pomorum; Chica-
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