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The Mouthparts of the Nematocerous Diptera, III

variable and the under side is frequently red as in Mel. dy2heatus Scudd. which is possibly only a synonym of Mel. viola. THE MOUTHPARTS OF THE NEMATOCEROUS DIPTERA, III. BY VERNON L. KELLOGG, STANFORD

Wright'S Notes on Butterfly Biology

eurydice, in valleys, becomes M. e. bernardino in its upper range. - BY VERNON L. KELLOGG STANFORD UNIVERSITY CALIFORNIA. The Butterflies of the West Coast o the United States, by W. G. Wright. Whitaker

The Re-Discovery of Philorus (Blepharocera) Yosemite Osten Sacken

International Journal of THE RE-DISCOVERY OF PHILORUS (BLEPHAROCERA) YOSEMITE OSTEN SACKEN. - BY VERNON L. KELLOGG STANFORD UNIVERSITY CAL. About 3 1. M. on June 6, 876, Baron von Osten Sacken

Insects and Spiders of the Galapagos Islands

gross anatomy of these insects to correctly separate the species without so much as a hand lens to aid him, unless his eyesight is very poor. - INSECTS AND SPIDERS OF THE GALAPAGOS ISLANDS. BY VERNON L ... . KELLOGG, STANFORD UNIVERSITY, CAL. student in zoology, were selected to make the trip. They reached the Archipelago on December 22, I898 and remained in it until June 23, 899. In the time of their stay

Stanford University's Collection of Japanese Scale Insects

will be kept intact. Vernon L. Kellogg. THE BUTTERFLY BOOK. ltnp. 8vo., Pp. xx+382. x,ooo figures representing 525 species. 83 figures in text. students of entomology. 48 colored plates with over

The Mallophaga of the World: Systematic Summary

type of oneratus is a guest-fly of that species. rectly identified by subsequent writers on Cynipide and placed in the genus Callirhytis. - BY VERNON L. KELLOGG, STANFORD UNIVERSITY, CALIF. AFTER

Wright'S Notes on Butterfly Biology

eurydice, in valleys, becomes M. e. bernardino in its upper range. - BY VERNON L. KELLOGG STANFORD UNIVERSITY CALIFORNIA. The Butterflies of the West Coast o the United States, by W. G. Wright. Whitaker

Coccidae and Aleurodidae

table, of all the North American species of the family are given. The paper is unusually well supplied with drawings, in which work Mrs. Dorsey has been aided by Mary Wellman, scientific artist. Vernon L ... . Kellogg. THE PUPA OF MERMIRIA TEXANA BRUNER. BY T. D. A. COECKRELL EAST LAS VEGAS N. MEX. Orthopterists have not usually paid much attention to the pupae of grasshoppers; partly, no doubt, because they