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Reports on 186 species of parasitic Hymenoptera collected on this Island by Mr.Herbert H. Smith, [[strikethrough]] 6 [[/strikethrough]] Six new genera and 128 species are new to science.

William H. Ashmead. 
Descriptions of new parasitic Hymenoptera.
(Paper No.2)
Trans. Am. Ent. Soc. Phil[[crossed-out]].[[/crossed-out]] a,XXII, [[crossed-out]]([[/crossed-out]] June, 1896[[crossed-out]])[[/crossed-out]],pp. ?
Describes 5 new genera and 127 new species, 67 of which are in the National Museum.

D. [[?]] W. Coquillett. 
Two Dipterous Leaf- [[strikethrough]] M [[/strikethrough]] iners on [[strikethrough]] G [[/strikethrough]] arden [[strikethrough]] V [[/strikethrough]] egetables. 
Insect Life, [[strikethrough]] Volume [[/strikethrough]] VII, No. 5, July, 1895, pp. 381-384, 2 [[?]]. [[strikethrough]] Two Figs. [[/strikethrough]] An account of the habits of Drosophila flaveola and its injury to radishes by mining the leaves, and of Trypeta fratria, and its damage to parsnips by similar work. 

D. W. Coquillett. 
Two Dipterous [[strikethrough]] I [[/strikethrough]] nsects [[strikethrough]] I [[/strikethrough]] injurios to [[strikethrough]] C [[/strikethrough]] ultivated [[strikethrough]] F [[/strikethrough]] lowers. 
Insect Life, [[strikethrough]] Volume [[/strikethrough]] VII, No. 5, July, 1895, pp. 399-402, [[?]] [[strikethrough]] One Fig. [[/strikethrough]] 
An account of the habits and transformations of Phytomyza chrysanthemi, and of its damage to Chrysanthemums. Also an account of  Cecidomyiid fly and its damage to the garden poppy. 

D. W. Coquillett. 
A [[strikethrough]] N [[/strikethrough]]ew [[strikethrough]] W [[/strikethrough]] heat [[strikethrough]] P [[/strikethrough]]est. Insect Life, [[strikethrough]] Volume [[/strikethrough]] VII, No. 5, July, 1895, pp. 406-408,. 1 [[?]] [[strikethrough]] On Fig. [[/strikethrough]]
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