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10-6 lected on the two Chanler-Hoehnel expeditions to East Africa. [[strikethrough]] 4 [[/strikethrough]] Four new genera and 34 new species are described. Martin L. Linell. New species of North American Coleoptera of the family Scarabaeidae. Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus., XVIII, No. 1096, pp. 721-731. Describes one new genus, of the tribe Dichelochyni, and 16 new species . [[strikethrough]] and [[/strikethrough]] a few notes on older species are added. Charles. L. Marlatt. The Currant Stem-Girdler. Insect Life,[[strikethrough]] Volume [[/strikethrough]] VII, No. 5, July, 1895, pp. 387-390, [[strikethrough]] Tow Figures [[strikethrough]] 2 figs. An account of the early stages of Phylloecus flaviventris. C. L. Marlatt. Revision of the Nematinae of North America, a subfamily of leaf-feeding Hymenoptera of the Family Tenthredinidae. Tech [[strikethrough]] nical [[/strikethrough]] Ser [[/strikethrough]] ies [[strikethrough]] No. 3, Liu. [[?]] Ent., U. S. Dept. Agric., hh. This is an extended or monographic work on this group, (largely based upon [[/strikethrough]] the [[strikethrough]] Museum material), and a complete revision of the Nematinae of North America, north of Mexico [[/strikethrough]] Complete [[strikethrough]] Synoptical tables of the genera and species are given, and some new genera and many new species are described. C. L. Marlatt. The Principal Insects of the Grape. Year-Book U. S. Dept. Agric., 1895, (June, 1896) pp. 385-404, 11 figs. ure [[strikethrough]] [[left margin]] 96-97
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