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Gives some statistics of the damage to the grape from insects, and the life-histories, habits and means against the following species: Phylloxera vastatrix, Planch. ; Fidia viticida, Walsh; Amphicerus bicaudatus, Say; Haltica chal[[strikethrough]]y[[/strikethrough]]bea, [[Ill?]]. ; Macrodactylus subspinosus, Fabr. ; Desmia maculatis, Westw. ; Philampelus achemon, Drury; Agrotis messoria, Harris; Agrotis saucia, Hubn.; [[strikethrough]]L[[/strikethrough]][[?]]yphlocyba vitifex, Fitch; Eudemus botrans, Schiff. 
F.H. Chittenden. The more [[strikethrough]]I[[/strikethrough]]mportant [[strikethrough]]I[[/strikethrough]]nsects injurious to [[strikethrough]]S[[/strikethrough]]tored [[strikethrough]]G[[/strikethrough]]rain. 
Year-book U. S. Dept. Agric [[strikethrough]] ulture for [[/strike through]] 1894, (July 1895) pp. 287-294, 9 figs.
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A popular-scientific account of thirteen common injurious insects that affect stored cereals, with a general consideration of the subject and the means of control. 
F.H. Chittenden. The Horse-Radish Flea-Beetle. Insect Life, [[strikethrough]] Volume [[/strikethrough]] VII, No. 5, July, 1895, pp, 404-406,  1 fig. [[strike through]] One figure. [[/strike through]] 
An account of the introduction of the European Phyllotreta armoraciae into this country and its damage to horse-radish, together with a consideration of its habits. 
F.H. Chittenden. Some Coleopterous [[strikethrough]]E[[/strikethrough]]nemies of the [[strikethrough]]G[[/strikethrough]]rape-[[strikethrough]]V[[/strikethrough]]ine. 
Insect Life, [[strike through]] Volume [[/strike through]] VII, No. 5, July, 1895, pp 384-387.
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