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10-3 [[strikethrough]] aspis [[/strikethrough]]; Chionaspis purpurus camellinel Aspidotus juglans-regiae; Diaspis lanatus; Lecanium persicae; Lecanium prunastri; remedies for orchard scale; preventives - inspection and quarantine laws. L. O. Howard. The Shade-tree insect problem in the eastern U.S. Year-book of the U.S. Dept. Agric., 1895, June 1896, 361-384, 11 figs. Introductory; Galerucella luteola; Orgyia leucostigma; Hyphantria cunea; relative immunity from insects of [[strikethrough]] various [[/strikethrough]] different varieties of shade trees; general work against shade-tree insects in cities and towns. William H. Ashmead. Description of a new species of Telenomous [[strikethrough]] used by [[/strikethrough]] bred by Mr. F. W. Urich from a Coccid. Journ. Trinidad Field Nat. Club, II, August 1895 p. 220. Describes Telenomous minutissimus n.sp. William H. Ashmead. Description of a new genus and new species of Proctotrypid bred by Mr. F. W. Urich from an Embiid. Journ. Trinidad Field Nat. Club, II, pp. 264-266. Describes Embidobia, n.g. and E. urichi, n.sp. William H. Ashmead. Report on the Parasitic Hymenoptera of the Island of Granada, comprising the families Cynipidae, Ichneumonidae, Braconidae and Proctotrypidae. Proc. Zool. [[strikethrough]] S [[/strikethrough]] of. Lond. 1895, April 1896 pp. 742-812.
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