Cambridge Entomological Club, 1874

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founded in 1874 by the Cambridge Entomological Club
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This is the CEC archive of Psyche through 2000. Psyche is now published by Hindawi Publishing.

Volume 22 (1915)

Some New Parasitic Hymenoptera from Brazil.
C. T. Brues.

Note on the Mouthparts of Orthoptera.
H. H. Nininger.

Note on the Harris Collection of Heteroptera.
J. R. de la Torre Bueno.

Wood-Boring Trichoptera.
J. T. Lloyd.

Two New Species of Borboridae.
C. W. Johnson.

Hemiptera-Heteroptera of Maine. Corrections and Additions.
H. M. Parshley.

The Advantages Chrysomelid Beetles Secure by Concealing Their Eggs.
R. W. Hegner.

Two New Oriental Phoridae.
J. R. Malloch.

The Prevalence of Macrosargus cuparius Linn., in the United States.
W. E. Britton.

Exchange Column.

A New Trichodectes from the Goat.
V. L. Kellogg and Shonosuke Nakayama.

The Luminous Organ of the New Zealand Glow-Worm.
W. M. Wheeler and F. X. Williams.

Observations on the Life-history of Meracantha contracta (Beauv).
J. A. Hyslop.

A New Species of Pseudotephritis.
C. W. Johnson.

Neomyrma versus Oreomyrma.
W. M. Wheeler.

A New Form of a Southern Ant from Naushon Island, Massachusetts.
W. M. Mann.

Dendrotettix quercus Packard.
A. N. Caudell.

Some Tipulid Synonymy.
E. Bergroth.

A Cursorial Tick.
Wm. M. Mann.

Two Mexican Myrmecophilous Mites.
Nathan Banks.

The Differentiation of the Cocoons of Pelopaeus caementarius and Chalybion caeruleum (Hymen.).
Phil Rau.

A Fly Preserved in Paper.
C. W. Johnson.

Book Reviews.

Exchange Column.

The Origin of Anthophily among the Coleoptera.
John H. Lovell.

Table of North American Species of the Dipterous Genus Thrypticus, with Descriptions of Four New Species.
M. C. Van Duzee.

Systematic Papers on New England Hemiptera: I. Synopsis of the Families.
H. M. Parshley.

New American Species of Asteia and Sigalso√ęsa.
J. M. Aldrich.

New Species of Tachinidae (Diptera) from New England.
H. E. Smith.

A New Wingless Phorid Fly from Jamaica.
C. T. Brues.

An Observation on the Breeding Habits of Stigmus conestogorum Rohwer.
C. H. Richardson.

Notes on the Occurrence of Some Economic Insects not Heretofore Recorded from new Jersey.
Harry B. Weiss.

Exchange Column.

A Preliminary List of the Anthophilous Coleoptera of New England.
J. H. Lovell.

Paranomopone, A New Genus of Ponerine Ants from Queensland.
W. M. Wheeler.

Notes on the External Anatomy of Boreus brumalis Fitch.
S. M. Dohanian.

Notes on the Cat Flea (Ctenocephalus felis Bouché).
H. Lyon.

The Stimuli which Cause the Eggs of the Leaf-ovipositing Tachinidae to Hatch.
H. H. P. Severin, H. C. Severin, and W. Hartung.

A Question of Synonomy.
C. S. Ludlow.

Does the Housefly Hibernate as a Pupa?
H. Lyon.

Vulturops floridensis, a New Member of the Psocid Subfamily Vulturopinae from the United States.
G. H. Corbett and E. Hargreaves.

Two New Species of Hister.
F. G. Carnochan.

Exchange Column.

Notes on the Ontogeny of the Genital Tubes in Coleoptera.
F. Muir.

New South American Gall Midges.
E. P. Felt.

Early States of Staphylinidae.
Edward A. Chapin.

Some Myrmecophilous Insects from Hayti.
William M. Mann.

Notes and Descriptions of Pipunculidae.
Nathan Banks.

Systematic Papers on New England Hemiptera: II. Synopsis of the Pentatomidae.
H. M. Parshley.

A Gynandromorphous Mutillid from Montana.
William M. Mann.

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Life History of Vanduzea arquata Say (Membracidae).
W. D. Funkhouser.

Note on the Species of the Genus Acrocera.
Charles W. Johnson.

A New Bog-Inhabiting Variety of Formica fusca L.
William Morton Wheeler.

Remarks on Collecting at Light, With a List of the Coleoptera Taken.
C. A. Frost.

An Improved Collecting Bottle.
C. N. Ainslie.

Leptura emarginata in New England.
A. P. Morse.

Notes on the Genus Phelister, Mars.
F. G. Carnochan.

Exchange Column.