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The Natural “Cleaning Up” Habit of Insects
This paper calls attention to the habit of certain insects of passing their legs and antennae between their mouth parts and the removing of powdered materials in this manner. This habit of theExpand
The root-weevils injurious to strawberries in Oregon
Published June 1934. Facts and recommendations in this publication may no longer be valid. Please look for up-to-date information in the OSU Extension Catalog: http://extension.oregonstate.edu/catalog
Studies of Mydidae (diptera) systematics and evolution: I. a preliminary classification in subfamilies, with the descriptions of two new genera from the oriental and Australian regions
A preliminary classification of the world Mydidae in 9 subfamilies is proposed, with a list of their respective genera, their distribution and hypothetical history of phylogeny, are given. Expand
Control of the Two-Spotted Spider Mite on Beans with Systemic Insecticides Applied in the Soil
Control of the two-spotted spider mite on lima beans in southern California was obtained for 2 to 3 months by applying granulated or liquid insecticides in the seed furrow at planting time and little or no residue was found in the dry beans. Expand
Evaluation of New Insecticides for Control of Onion Thrips
The toxicity of 24 insecticidal sprays against onion thrips, Thrips labaci Lindeman, was compared in field experiments in southern California and fair control of adult thrips was obtained with fenthion and DDT. Expand
Studies of Mydidae (Diptera) systematics and evolution: III. The genus Messiasia d'Andretta in the Americas (Mydinae)
Messiasia d'Andretta occurs exclusively in the Americas, ranging from the south­western United States to Uruguay and northern Argentina; it is found both in forests and in open formations. SpeciesExpand