Southwestern Entomologist - Volume 4 - Issue 1 Articles

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Merritt, S. J. 1978 Collection records on some Louisiana bees. 3 1 1-4 PDF
Wright, J. E., G. E. Spates, and S. E. Kunz. 1978 Diflubenzuron: ovicidal activity against adult stable flies exposed to treated surfaces or to treated animals. 3 1 5-13 PDF
Coster, J. E., T. L. Payne, L. J. Edson, and E. R. Hart. 1978 Influence of weather on mass aggregation of southern pine beetles at attractive host trees. 3 1 14-20 PDF
Cocke, J., G. M. Holman, A. C. Bridges, R. T. Mayer, and J. K. Olson. 1978 Determination of absorption and mortality rates resulting from pulse exposure of Aedes aegypti larvae to a fluorescent insect growth regulation. 3 1 21-26 PDF
Summerlin, J. W. 1978 Beetles of the genera Myrmecaphodius, Rhyssemus, and Blapstinus in Texas fire ant nests. 3 1 27-29 PDF
Brown, H. E. and J. W. Snow. 1978 Activity of a-glycerophosphate dehydrogenase in screwworm flies as related to age, sex, and irradiation. 3 1 30-33 PDF
Furr, R. E. 1978 Toxicity of methomyl to tobacco budworm as determined by topical application. 3 1 34-36 PDF
Benedict, J. H. and W. R. Cothran. 1978 Parasitism of the common damsel bug, Nabis americoferus, in central California alfalfa. 3 1 37-42 PDF
Hartstack, A. W., Jr., J. P. Hollingsworth, J. A. Witz, D. R. Buck, J. D. Lopez, and D. E. Hendricks. 1978 Relation of tobacco budworm catches in baited traps to field populations. 3 1 43-51 PDF
Hicks, R. R., Jr., J. E. Coster, and K. G. Watterston. 1978 Reliability of field crew judgments concerning site factors associated with southern pine beetle infestations. 3 1 52-58 PDF
Chamberlain, W. F. and D. E. Hopkins. 1978 Copulation of the secondary screwworm fly, Cochliomyia macellaria (F.) with the screwworm fly, Cochliomyia hominivorax (Coquerel). 3 1 59-61 PDF
Morrison, R. K., S. L. Jones, and J. D. Lopez. 1978 A unified system for the production and preparation of Trichogramma pretiosum for field release. 3 1 62-68 PDF
Schmidt, C. D. and P. B. Morgan. 1978 Parasitism of pupae of the horn fly, Haematobia irritans (L.) by Spalangia endius Walker. 3 1 69-72 PDF