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Riley, Charles V. 1895. Notes from California: Results of Mr. Koebele's second mission to Australia. Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington, 3(4): 250-252.

Riley, Charles V. 1895. Notes upon Belostoma and Benacus. Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington, 3(2): 83-86.

Riley, Charles V. 1895. On oviposition in the Cynipidae. Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington, 3(4): 254-273.

Riley, Charles V. 1895. The eggs of Ceresa bubalus, Fab. and those of C. taurina, Fitch. Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington, 3(2): 88-92.

Riley, Charles V. 1894. Bees. Insect Life, 6(5): 350-360, figs. 23-25.

Riley, Charles V. 1894. The senses of insects. Insect Life, 7(1): 33-41, figs. 10-14.

Riley, C. V. 1893. Scientific results of the U. S. eclipse expedition to West Africa, 1889-'90. Reportupon the Insecta, Arachnida, and Myriopoda. Proceedings of the United States National Museum, 16(951): 565-590, 13 figs., 1 pl.. doi:10.5479/si.00963801.16-951.565

Riley, Charles V. 1893. Note on Loxostege macluroe, n. s. Insect Life, 5(3): 157-158.

Riley, Charles V. 1893. Further notes on Yucca insects and Yucca pollination. Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington, 8: 41-54.

Riley, Charles V. 1893. The genus Dendrotettis. Insect Life, 5(4): 254-256.

Riley, Charles V. and Howard, L. O. 1893. An interesting Water Bug (Rheumatobates Rileyi, Bergroth.). Insect Life, 5(3): 189-193, figs. 18-20.

Riley, Charles V. and Howard, L. O. 1893. The Glassy-winged Sharpshooter (Homalodisca coagulate, Say). Insect Life, 5(3): 150-154, fig. 10.

Riley, Charles V. and Howard, L. O. 1893. Food-plants of North American; species of Bruchus. Insect Life, 5(3): 165-166.

Riley, Charles V. and Howard, L. O. 1893. The pear-tree Psylla. Insect Life, 5(4): 226-230, figs. 25-29.

Riley, Charles V. and Howard, L. O. 1893. The Orange Aleyrodes (Aleyrodes citri, n. s.). Insect Life, 5(4): 219-226, figs. 23-24.

Riley, Charles V. 1892. Note on the Life Habits of Megilla maculata. Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington, 2(2): 168

Riley, Charles V. 1892. Mexican Jumping Beans. The determination of the plant. Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington, 2(2): 178-181.

Riley, Charles V. 1892. Applied Entomology in the United States. American Agriculturist, 51: 38

Riley, Charles V. 1892. On the larva and some peculiarities of the cocoon of Sphecius speciosus. Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington, 2(2): 170-172.

Riley, Charles V. 1892. The number of broods of the imported Elm-Leaf Beetle. Science, 20(492): 16

Riley, Charles V. 1892. Some interrelations of plants and insects. Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington, 7: 81-104.

Riley, Charles V. 1892. Rose Saw-flies in the United States. Insect Life, 5(1): 6-11, figs. 1-2.

Riley, Charles V. 1892. Further note on Carpocapsa saltitans and on a new Grapholitha producing Jumping-Beans. Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington, 2(2): 213

Riley, Charles V. 1892. On certain peculiar structures of Lepidoptera. Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington, 2(3): 305-312.

Riley, Charles V. 1892. New injurious insects of a year. Extracted from a paper entitled "Recent Advances in Dealing with Insects Affecting Fruits," read before the American Pomological Society, September, 1891. Insect Life, 5(1): 16-19.

Riley, Charles V. 1892. A probable Microgaster parasite of Eleodes in the imago state. Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington, 2(2): 211

Riley, Charles V. 1892. An Australian Scymnus established and described in California. Paper read before the Rochester meeting of the Association of Economic Entomologists, August, 1892. Scientific American, 67(18): 275

Riley, Charles V. 1892. New species of Prodoxidae. Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington, 2(3): 312-319.

Riley, Charles V. 1892. The larger digger wasp. Insect Life, 4(7-8): 248-252, Figs. 32-38.

Riley, Charles V. 1892. The Ox Bot in the United states. Habits and natural history of Hypoderma lineata. Insect Life, 4(9-10): 302-317, Figs. 44-55.

Riley, Charles V. 1892. Further notes on the new Herbarium Pest. Insect Life, 5(1): 40-41.

Riley, Charles V. 1892. Our American Ox Warbles. Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington, 2(2): 212

Riley, Charles V. 1892. Fig insects in Mexico. Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington, 2(2): 214

Riley, Charles V. 1892. On the insects affecting the Agare. Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington, 2(2): 210

Riley, Charles V. 1892. Preservation of hard-wood handles. Scientific American, 67(14): 216

Riley, Charles V. 1892. Coleopterous larvae with so-called dorsal prolegs. Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington, 2(3): 319-324.

Riley, Charles V. 1892. The Yucca Moth and Yucca pollination. Popular Science Monthly, 41: 171-182.

Riley, Charles V. 1892. California Beer Seed. Scientific American, 67(14): 217

Riley, Charles V. and Howard, L. O. 1892. The first larval stage of the Pea Weevil. Insect Life, 4(11-12): 392

Riley, Charles V. and Howard, L. O. 1892. The Locust and Grasshopper Outlook. Insect Life, 4(9-10): 321-323.

Riley, Charles V. and Howard, L. O. 1892. A genus of Mantis. Egg parasites. Insect Life, 4(7-8): 242-245, Figs. 28-31.

Riley, Charles V. and Howard, L. O. 1892. The Pea and Bean Weevils. Insect Life, 4(9-10): 297-302, Figs. 40-43.

Riley, Charles V. and Howard, L. O. 1892. The Potato-Tuber Moth. (Lita solanella Boisd.). Insect Life, 4(7-8): 239-242, Fig. 27.

Riley, Charles V. and Howard, L. O. 1892. The Australian enemies of the red and black scales. Insect Life, 5(1): 41-43.

Riley, Charles V. and Howard, L. O. 1892. On the nomenclature and oviposition of the Bean Weevil. Insect Life, 5(1): 27-33.

Riley, Charles V. and Howard, L. O. 1892. A curious Chrysalis. Insect Life, 5(2): 131

Riley, Charles V. 1891. How to get rid of English Sparrows. Scientific American, 65: 213

Riley, Charles V. 1891. Remarks on an aquatic insect larva from Ceylon. Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington, 2(1): 131

Riley, Charles V. 1891. A new Herbarium Pest (Carpoxera nov. gen., ptelvaria n. sp.). Insect Life, 4(3-4): 108-113, figs. 6-11.

Riley, Charles V. 1891. Further notes on Panchlora. Insect Life, 4(3-4): 119, 120, fig. 12

Riley, Charles V. 1891. Notes on the Larva of Platypsyllus. Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington, 2(1): 27

Riley, Charles V. 1891. On the Habits and Life History of Diabrotica 12-punctata. Insect Life, 4(3-4): 104-108, fig. 5.

Riley, Charles V. 1891. The outlook for applied entomology. Insect Life, 3(5): 181-210.

Riley, Charles V. 1891. Additional remarks on Platypsyllus castoris. Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington, 2(1): 130

Riley, Charles V. 1891. A new herbarium pest. Garden and Forest, 4: 543

Riley, Charles V. 1891. On the time of transformation in the genus of Lachnosterna. Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington, 2(1): 132-134.

Riley, Charles V. 1891. Animal ailments. Lice which affect horses and cattle. American Agriculturist, 50: 176-178.

Riley, Charles V. 1891. The locust or "Grasshopper" outlook. Scientific American, 65: 200

Riley, Charles V. 1891. List of Coleopterons larvae sent by C. V. Riley to F. Meiuert of Copenhagen, for the University Museum, in exchange for European specimens from the .Schiödte Collection. Insect Life, 3(7-8): 330-332.

Riley, Charles V. 1891. On the destruction of the Gypsy Moth in Massachusetts. Insect Life, 3(9-10): 368-379.

Riley, Charles V. 1891. A viviparous Cockroach. Insect Life, 3(11-12): 443, 444, Figs. 32 and 33

Riley, Charles V. 1891. Government work and the Patent Office. Insect Life, 4(1-2): 46, 47

Riley, Charles V. 1891. On the difficulty of dealing with Lachuosterna. Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington, 2(1): 58-60.

Riley, Charles V. 1891. Kerosene emulsion and Pyrethrum. Insect Life, 4(1-2): 32, 33

Riley, Charles V. 1891. Remarks on the larva of Citheronia sepulchralis. Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington, 2(1): 131

Riley, Charles V. 1891. The mercury cure for Phylloxera. Scientific American, 64: 292

Riley, Charles V. 1891. A viviparous Cockroach. Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington, 2(1): 129

Riley, Charles V. and Howard, L. O. 1891. An interesting aquatic bug. Insect Life, 4(5-6): 198-200, Fig. 22.

Riley, Charles V. and Howard, L. O. 1891. Some of the bred parasitic Hymenoptera in the National Collection. Insect Life, 3(11-12): 460-464.

Riley, Charles V. and Howard, L. O. 1891. Some of the bred parasitic Hymenoptera in the National Collection. Insect Life, 4(3-4): 122-126.

Riley, Charles V. and Howard, L. O. 1891. Some Icerya and Vedalia notes. Insect Life, 3(11-12): 439-441, Fig. 31.

Riley, Charles V. and Howard, L. O. 1891. Experiments with a Hate-Palm Scale. Insect Life, 3(11-12): 441-443.

Riley, Charles V. and Howard, L. O. 1891. The three pear tree Psyllas. Insect Life, 4(3-4): 127, 128

Riley, Charles V. and Marlatt, C. L. 1891. Wheat and Grass Sawflies. Insect Life, 4(5-6): 168-179, Figs. 13-15.

Riley, Charles V. and Howard, L. O. 1890. Some new Iceryas. Insect Life, 3(3): 92-106, figs. 6-19.

Riley, Charles V. and Howard, L. O. 1890. Some of the bred parasitic Hymenoptera in the National Collection. Insect Life, 3(2): 57-61.

Riley, Charles V. and Howard, L. O. 1890. Some of the bred Hymenoptera in the National Collection. Insect Life, 3(1): 15-18.

Riley, Charles V. and Howard, L. O. 1890. A peach pest in Bermuda (Ceratitis capitata Wied). Order Diptera; Family Trypetidoe. Insect Life, 3(1): 5-8, figs. 1, 2.

Riley, Charles V. and Howard, L. O. 1890. Some of the bred parasitic Hymenoptera in the National Collection. Insect Life, 3(4): 151-158.

Riley, Charles V. and Marlatt, C. L. 1890. The Clover Mite (Bryobia pratensis Garman.). Insect Life, 3(2): 45-52, figs. 4, 5.

Riley, Charles V. 1889. Insecticide Appliances. Insect Life, 1: 263-268, figs. 58-63.

Riley, Charles V. 1889. Notes on Pronuba and Yucca Pollination. Insect Life, 1: 367-372.

Riley, Charles V. 1889. Additional Note on the Megilla Parasite. Insect Life, 1: 338, 339

Riley, Charles V. 1889. Insecticide Appliances. Modifications of the Riley or Cyclone Nozzle. Insect Life, 1: 243-249, figs. 54-57.

Riley, Charles V. 1889. Reprint:. Popular Science Monthly, 34: 481-496.

Riley, Charles V. 1888. On the larval habits of Lixus. Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington, 1(2): 83

Riley, Charles V. 1888. Miscellaneous Insects. Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington, 1(2): 86

Riley, Charles V. 1888. Some Recent Entomological Matters of International Concern. Paper read before the Philosophical Society of Washington, March 31, 1888. Insect Life, 1: 126-137, figs. 24-34.

Riley, Charles V. 1888. The Habits of Thalessa and Tremex. Insect Life, 1: 168-179, figs. 36-39, pl. 1.

Riley, Charles V. 1888. Color-variation in the larva of Agraulis vanillo. Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington, 1(2): 85

Riley, Charles V. 1888. On the larvae and pupae of Aphorista vittata and Epipocus punctatus. Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington, 1(2): 37

Riley, Charles V. 1888. The Orchid Isosoma and a Remedy for its Injury. Insect Life, 1: 121

Riley, Charles V. 1888. Further Notes on Phengodes and Zarhipis. Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington, 1(2): 86

Riley, Charles V. 1888. Systematic Relations of Platypsyllus, as determined by the larva. Scientific American Supplement, 25: 10356-10358.

Riley, Charles V. 1888. The Morelos Orange Fruit-worm (Trypeta ludens Loew). Insect Life, 1: 45-47, fig. 9.

Riley, Charles V. 1888. A Destructive Cricket in Louisiana. Insect Life, 1: 87, 88

Riley, Charles V. 1888. Notes on the eversible glands in larvae of Orgyia and Parorgyia, with notes on the synonymy of species. Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington, 1(2): 87

Riley, Charles V. 1888. Further Remarks on Phengodes. Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington, 1(2): 88-89.

Riley, Charles V. 1888. The Willow-shoot Saw-fly (Phylloecus integer Norton). Insect Life, 1: 8-11, fig. 2.

Riley, Charles V. 1888. Remarks on the Hessian Fly. Insect Life, 1: 107, 108

Riley, Charles V. 1888. On the food-habits of the larva of Feniseca tarquinius. Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington, 1(2): 37

Riley, Charles V. 1888. Notes on Phengodes and Zarhipis. Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington, 1(2): 62

Riley, Charles V. 1888. A Lady-bird Parasite. Insect Life, 1: 101-104, figs. 14, 15.

Riley, Charles V. 1888. Interesting Lepidoptera. Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington, 1(2): 89

Riley, Charles V. 1888. Further Notes on the Hop Plant-louse (Phorodon humuli). Insect Life, 1: 70-74.

Riley, Charles V. 1888. The Parsnip Web-worm (Depressaria heracliana DeG.). Insect Life, 1: 94-98, fig. 13.

Riley, Charles V. 1888. Notes on the life-history of aegeriido. Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington, 1(2): 85

Riley, Charles V. 1888. Personal Reminiscences of Dr. Asa Gray. Address before the Asa Gray Memorial Meeting, held under the auspices of the botanical section of the Biological Society of Washington. Botanical Gazette, 13: 178-186.

Riley, Charles V. 1887. Pronuba and the Pollination of Yucca. Entomologica Americana, 3: 107, 108

Riley, Charles V. 1887. The Hop Plant-Louse. Country Gentleman, 50: 529

Riley, Charles V. 1887. Importation of Plants into Germany. Gardener's Monthly, 29: 314

Riley, Charles V. 1887. The Problem of the Hop Plant-Louse fully solved. Mark Lane Express (London), 57: 1392

Riley, Charles V. 1887. Mr. Hulst's Observations on Pronuba yuccasella. Entomologica Americana, 2: 233-236.

Riley, Charles V. 1887. Discovery of the female of Phengodes. Entomologica Americana, 3: 107

Riley, Charles V. 1887. A New Apple Pest. The Apple Leaf Flea-Beetle (Haltica punctipennis Le Conte). Gardener's Monthly, 29: 216

Riley, Charles V. 1887. Whitewashing Trees. City and Country (Columbus, Ohio), 6: 217

Riley, Charles V. 1887. The Icerya or Fluted Scale, otherwise known as the Cottony Cushion-Scale. Bulletin of the U.S.Department of Agriculture, Divison of Entomology, 15: 1-40.

Riley, Charles V. 1887. Beschreibung einer den Birnen schadlichen Gallmucke (? Diplosis nigra Meig.). Wiener Entomologische Zeitung, 6: 201-206.

Riley, Charles V. 1887. Bumble-Bees vs. Red Clover. Rural New Yorker, 46: 273

Riley, Charles V. 1887. Two new Insect Pests. Rural New Yorker, 46: 416

Riley, Charles V. 1887. Report of Observations and Experiments in the Practical Work of the Division, made under the Direction of the Entomologist. Bulletin of the U.S.Department of Agriculture, Divison of Entomology, 14: 1-62. One plate; two figures.

Riley, Charles V. 1886. A carnivorous Butterfly larva. Science, 7(169): 394

Riley, Charles V. 1886. Notes on Feniseca Tarquinius Fabr. Canadian Entomologist, 18: 191-193.

Riley, Charles V. 1886. The Mildews of the Grape-vine. An effectual remedy for Peronospora. Rural New Yorker, 45: 72

Riley, C. V. 1885. On the parasites of the Hessian fly. Proceedings of the United States National Museum, 8(532): 413-422, 1 pl.. doi:10.5479/si.00963801.8-532.413

Riley, Charles V. 1885. Destructive insects of the year. Rural New Yorker, 44: 464

Riley, Charles V. 1885. Water-beetles destroying carp. Bulletin of the United States Fish Commission, 5: 311

Riley, Charles V. 1885. Premature appearance of the Periodical Cicada. Science, 6(126): 3

Riley, Charles V. 1885. Enemies of the Black Walnut and Willow. Rural New Yorker, 24: 632

Riley, Charles V. 1885. Some popular fallacies and some new facts regarding Cicada septendecim L. Proceedings of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, 24: 334

Riley, Charles V. 1885. The present status and future prospects of Silk Culture in the United States. (Abstract.). Proceedings of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, 36: 516

Riley, Charles V. 1885. The Imported Elm-leaf beetle. Harper's Weekly, 29: 463

Riley, Charles V. 1885. The Clyclone Nozzle. Rural New Yorker, 44: 567

Riley, Charles V. 1885. Influence of climate on Cicada septendecim. Entomologica Americana, 1(5): 91

Riley, Charles V. 1885. A new Remedy against the Destructive Locust. Rural New Yorker, 44: 577

Riley, Charles V. 1885. Periodical Cicada in Massachusetts. Science, 6(126): 4

Riley, Charles V. 1885. Notes on the Principal Injurious Insects of the year. Entomologica Americana, 1(9): 176, 177

Riley, Charles V. 1885. Pests of the Strawberry. Rural New Yorker, 44: 484

Riley, Charles V. 1885. Aletia xylina vs. A. argillacea. Entomologica Americana, 1(9): 161-163.

Riley, Charles V. 1885. The present status and future prospects of silk-culture in the United States. Entomologica Americana, 1(7): 139-140.

Riley, Charles V. 1884. The Chinch-bug in New York State. American Naturalist, 18: 79-80.

Riley, Charles V. 1884. Bacterial Disease of the imported Cabbage-worm. American Naturalist, 18: 80

Riley, Charles V. 1884. Osage Orange vs. Mulberry for the Silkworm. American Naturalist, 18: 78-79.

Riley, Charles V. 1883. Dried Leaves as Food for Lepidopterous Larvae. American Naturalist, 17: 423-424.

Riley, Charles V. 1883. Elephantiasis, or Filaria disease. Science, 1: 419-421.

Riley, Charles V. 1883. The genus Colias. American Naturalist, 18: 74-76.

Riley, Charles V. 1883. Jumping seeds and galls. Proceedings of the United States National Museum, 5(330): 632-635, 1 fig.. doi:10.5479/si.00963801.5-330.632

Riley, Charles V. 1883. The Psyllidoe of the United States. Science, 2: 337

Riley, Charles V. 1883. Dipterous enemies of the Phylloxera vastatrix. Canadian Entomologist, 15: 39

Riley, Charles V. 1883. Improved method of spraying trees for protection against insects. Science, 2: 378

Riley, Charles V. 1883. Myrmecophila. American Naturalist, 17: 985-976.

Riley, Charles V. 1883. Some recent discoveries in reference to Phylloxera. American Naturalist, 17: 1288

Riley, Charles V. 1883. The "Cluster Fly.". American Naturalist, 17: 82-83.

Riley, Charles V. 1883. Larval stages and habits of the Bee-fly Hirmoneura. Science, 1: 332-334.

Riley, Charles V. 1883. Insects affecting stored rice. American Naturalist, 17: 790

Riley, Charles V. 1883. Remarks on Arzama obliquata. American Naturalist, 17: 1169

Riley, Charles V. 1883. Epilachna corrupta as an injurious insect. American Naturalist, 17: 198-199.

Riley, Charles V. 1883. The new Classification of the Coleoptera of North America. American Naturalist, 17: 660-661.

Riley, Charles V. 1883. The old, old question of species. American Naturalist, 17: 975

Riley, Charles V. 1883. A pretty and unique gall-making Tortricid. American Naturalist, 17: 661

Riley, Charles V. 1883. Protection of Insect Collections. American Naturalist, 17: 663-664.

Riley, Charles V. 1883. Salt-water Insects used as food. American Naturalist, 17: 976-977.

Riley, Charles V. 1883. Prevalence of the Screw-worm in Central America. American Naturalist, 17: 423

Riley, Charles V. 1883. A Myrmicophilous Lepidopteron. American Naturalist, 17: 1070

Riley, Charles V. 1883. Protective device employed by a Glaucopid Caterpillar. American Naturalist, 17: 1289

Riley, Charles V. 1883. A unique and beautiful Noctuid. American Naturalist, 17: 788-790.

Riley, Charles V. 1883. Number of Molts and Length of Larval Life as influenced by Food. American Naturalist, 17: 547-548.

Riley, Charles V. 1883. Hackberry Psyllid galls. Canadian Entomologist, 15: 157-159.

Riley, Charles V. 1883. Possible Food-plants of the Cotton-worm. American Naturalist, 17: 421-422.

Riley, Charles V. 1883. Hyper-metamorphoses of the Meloidoe. American Naturalist, 17: 790-791.

Riley, Charles V. 1883. Food-plants of Samia cynthia. American Naturalist, 17: 977

Riley, Charles V. 1883. The "Pine Moth of Nantucket.". American Naturalist, 17: 665-666.

Riley, Charles V. 1883. Naphthaline cones. American Naturalist, 17: 83-84.

Riley, Charles V. 1883. Synopsis of the N. A. Heliothinoe. American Naturalist, 17: 662-663.

Riley, Charles V. 1883. Enemies of the egg-plant. American Naturalist, 17: 1070

Riley, Charles V. 1883. Food habits of Megilla maculate. American Naturalist, 17: 322-323.

Riley, Charles V. 1883. The food relations of the Carabidoe and Coccinellidoe. American Naturalist, 17: 417-419.

Riley, Charles V. 1883. Entomology at Minneapolis. American Naturalist, 17: 1068-1070.

Riley, Charles V. 1883. On a gall-making genus of Apioninoe. Bulletin of the Brooklyn Entomological Society, 4: 61-62.

Riley, Charles V. 1883. New lists of North American Lepidoptera. American Naturalist, 27: 80-82.

Riley, Charles V. 1883. Agrotis messoria Harr. vs. Agrotis scandens Riley. American Naturalist, 17: 422

Riley, Charles V. 1883. Notes on Poedisca scudderiana. American Naturalist, 17: 1069-1070.

Riley, Charles V. 1883. The growth of insect eggs. American Naturalist, 17: 1289

Riley, Charles V. 1883. Trogoderma tarsale as a museum pest. American Naturalist, 17: 199

Riley, Charles V. 1883. Natural sugaring. American Naturalist, 17: 197-198.

Riley, Charles V. 1883. Steganoptycha claypoleana. American Naturalist, 17: 978

Riley, Charles V. 1883. Notice of an "Illustrated essay on the Noctuidoe of North America.". Bulletin of the Brooklyn Entomological Society, 5: 77-79.

Riley, Charles V. 1883. Some recent discoveries in reference to Phylloxera. Science, 2: 336

Riley, Charles V. 1883. Habits of Murmidius. American Naturalist, 17: 1071

Riley, Charles V. 1883. Hymenorus rufipes as a Myrmicophilons species. American Naturalist, 17: 1176

Riley, Charles V. 1882. The "overflow bugs" in California. American Naturalist, 16: 681-682.

Riley, Charles V. 1882. Further notes on the imported clover-leaf weevil, Phytonomus punctatus. American Naturalist, 16: 248-249.

Riley, Charles V. 1882. Hibernation of the army worm. American Naturalist, 16: 516

Riley, Charles V. 1882. Buffalo tree-hopper injurious to potatoes. American Naturalist, 16: 823

Riley, Charles V. 1882. Horn's classification of the Carabidoe. American Naturalist, 16: 63-64.

Riley, Charles V. 1882. Is Cyrtoneura a parasite or a scavenger. American Naturalist, 16: 746-747.

Riley, Charles V. 1882. Emulsions of petroleum and their value as insecticides. Proceedings of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, 31: 469-470.

Riley, Charles V. 1882. Probable sound organs in Sphingid pupae. American Naturalist, 16: 745-746.

Riley, Charles V. 1882. Denoderus pusillus as a museum pest. American Naturalist, 16: 747

Riley, Charles V. 1882. Habits of Coscinoptera dominicana. American Naturalist, 16: 598

Riley, Charles V. 1882. Change of habit; two new enemies of the egg-plant. American Naturalist, 16: 678-679.

Riley, Charles V. 1882. Habits of Polycaon confertus Lec. American Naturalist, 16: 747

Riley, Charles V. 1882. New insects injurious to agriculture. American Naturalist, 16: 151-152.

Riley, Charles V. 1882. A new rice-stalk borer; genus grinding. American Naturalist, 16: 1014-1015.

Riley, Charles V. 1882. The army-worm in 1882. American Naturalist, 16: 1017

Riley, Charles V. 1882. A new depredator infesting wheat stalks. American Naturalist, 16: 247-248.

Riley, Charles V. 1882. Repelling insects by malodorants. American Naturalist, 16: 596

Riley, Charles V. 1882. Locust probabilities for 1882. American Naturalist, 15: 153

Riley, Charles V. 1882. The triungulin of Meloidoe. American Naturalist, 16: 515

Riley, Charles V. 1882. Habits of Cybocephalus. American Naturalist, 16: 514

Riley, Charles V. 1882. The Buckeye leaf-stem borer. American Naturalist, 16: 913-914.

Riley, Charles V. 1882. Injurious insects in California. American Naturalist, 16: 410

Riley, Charles V. 1882. Notes on Microgasters. American Naturalist, 16: 679-680.

Riley, Charles V. 1882. Species of Otiorhynchidoe injurious to cultivated plants. American Naturalist, 16: 915-916.

Riley, Charles V. 1882. Possible food-plants for the cotton-worm. American Naturalist, 16: 327-329.

Riley, Charles V. 1882. Lichtenstein's theory as to dimorphic, asexual females. American Naturalist, 16: 409

Riley, Charles V. 1882. A new museum pest. American Naturalist, 16: 826

Riley, Charles V. 1882. The wheat-stalk worm on the Pacific coast. American Naturalist, 16: 1017-1018.

Riley, Charles V. 1882. On the oviposition of Prodoxus decipiens. American Naturalist, 5: 62-63.

Riley, Charles V. 1882. Myrmecophilous Coleoptera. American Naturalist, 16: 747

Riley, Charles V. 1882. Modified reprint, with same title. American Naturalist, 16: 1018-1019.

Riley, Charles V. 1882. Observations on the Fertilization of Yucca and on structural and anatomical Peculiarities in Pronuba and Prodoxus. Proceedings of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, 31: 467-468.

Riley, Charles V. 1881. Covering of egg-puncture mistaken for Dorthesia. American Naturalist, 15: 574

Riley, Charles V. 1881. The genuine Army-worm in the West. American Naturalist, 15: 750

Riley, Charles V. 1881. The new imported clover enemy. American Naturalist, 15: 912-914.

Riley, Charles V. 1881. Crambus vulgivagellus. (Description of its eggs.). American Naturalist, 15: 914-915.

Riley, Charles V. 1881. Locusts in the West in 1881. American Naturalist, 15: 1013

Riley, Charles V. 1881. Hibernation of the Cotton Worm moth ; ease with which mistakes are made. American Naturalist, 15: 244-245.

Riley, Charles V. 1881. Moths mistaken for Aletia. American Naturalist, 15: 486-487.

Riley, Charles V. 1881. Resistance of grape-vines to Phylloxera in sandy soil. American Naturalist, 15: 1012-1013.

Riley, Charles V. 1881. Larval habits of Sphenophori that attack corn. American Naturalist, 15: 915-916.

Riley, Charles V. 1881. The food of fishes. American Naturalist, 5(15): 147-148.

Riley, Charles V. 1881. Additional notes on the Army worm, Leucania unipuncta. Proceedings of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, 29: 640

Riley, Charles V. 1881. Lepidopterological notes. Papilio, 1: 106-110.

Riley, Charles V. 1881. Supposed Army-worm in New York and other Eastern States. American Naturalist, 15: 574-577.

Riley, Charles V. 1881. A new imported enemy to clover. American Naturalist, 15: 750-751.

Riley, Charles V. 1881. Safe Remedies for Cabbage Worms and Potato Beetles. Experiments with Pyrethrum. American Naturalist, 15: 145-147.

Riley, Charles V. 1881. The "Water-weevil" of the rice plant. American Naturalist, 15: 482-483.

Riley, Charles V. 1881. Another enemy of the rice plant. American Naturalist, 15: 751

Riley, Charles V. 1881. Classification of the mites. American Naturalist, 15: 577-578.

Riley, Charles V. 1881. Effect of drought on the Hessian fly. American Naturalist, 15: 916

Riley, Charles V. 1881. The "Yellow-Fever Fly.". American Naturalist, 15: 150

Riley, Charles V. 1881. Notes on the grape Phylloxera and on laws to prevent its introduction. American Naturalist, 15: 238-241.

Riley, Charles V. 1881. Notes on Hydrophilus triangularis. American Naturalist, 15: 814-817.

Riley, Charles V. 1881. Retarded Development in Insects. American Naturalist, 15: 1007-1008.

Riley, Charles V. 1881. The Rocky Mountain Locust, alias Western Grasshopper. American Agriculturist, 40: 283

Riley, Charles V. 1881. Further notes on the pollination of Yucca and on Pronuba and Prodoxus. Proceedings of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, 19: 617-639.

Riley, Charles V. 1881. Dimorphism in Cynipidoe. American Naturalist, 15: 566

Riley, Charles V. 1881. Migration of plant-lice from one plant to another. American Naturalist, 15: 819-820.

Riley, Charles V. 1881. The impregnated egg of Phylloxera vastatrix. American Naturalist, 15: 483-484.

Riley, Charles V. 1881. Larval habits of Bee-flies. American Naturalist, 15: 438-447.

Riley, Charles V. 1881. Remarkable case of retarded development. American Naturalist, 15: 748-749.

Riley, Charles V. 1881. Lepidopterological notes. American Naturalist, 15: 751-752.

Riley, Charles V. 1881. Notes on Papilio philenor. American Naturalist, 15: 327-329.

Riley, Charles V. 1881. Blepharoceridoe. American Naturalist, 15: 748

Riley, Charles V. 1881. Some recent practical results of the cotton worm inquiry by the U. S. Entomological Commission. Proceedings of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, 29: 642

Riley, Charles V. 1881. The Chinch Bug. American Agriculturist, 40: 476

Riley, Charles V. 1881. Scale insect on raspberry. American Naturalist, 15: 487

Riley, Charles V. 1881. Insect enemies of the rice plant. American Naturalist, 15: 148-149.

Riley, Charles V. 1881. A new species of oak Coccid, mistaken for a gall. American Naturalist, 15: 482

Riley, Charles V. 1881. Works on North American Micro-lepidoptera. American Naturalist, 15: 484-486.

Riley, Charles V. 1881. The Hessian fly. American Naturalist, 15: 750

Riley, Charles V. 1881. The hitherto unknown life-habits of two genera of bee-flies, bombyliidæ. Proceedings of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, 29: 649

Riley, Charles V. 1881. On some interactions of organisms. American Naturalist, 15: 323

Riley, Charles V. 1881. Larval habits of bee-flies (Bombyliidoe). American Naturalist, 15: 143-145.

Riley, Charles V. 1881. The Periodical Cicada, alias "Seventeen-year Locust.". American Naturalist, 15: 479-482.

Riley, Charles V. 1881. Specific value of Apartura alicia, Edw. American Naturalist, 15: 487

Riley, Charles V. 1881. A disastrous sheep parasite. American Naturalist, 15: 1011

Riley, Charles V. 1881. Plant-feeding habits of predaceous beetles. American Naturalist, 15: 325-327.

Riley, Charles V. 1881. Blepharoceridoe. American Naturalist, 15: 567-568.

Riley, Charles V. 1881. The Chinch Bug. American Naturalist, 15: 820-821.

Riley, Charles V. 1881. Another herbivorous Ground-beetle. American Naturalist, 15: 1011

Riley, C. V. 1873. Harvest mites. American Naturalist, 7(1): 16-19.

Riley, C. V. 1873. NOTES ON HYPERCHIRIA IO (Fabr.). Canadian Entomologist, 5(6): 109

Riley, C. V. 1872. The American Entomologist. American Naturalist, 6(1): 39

Riley, C. V. 1872. On the Cause of Deterioration in Some of Our Native Grape-Vines, and One of the Probable Reasons Why European Vines Have so Generally Failed with Us. American Naturalist, 6(9): 532-544.

Riley, C. V. 1872. The fertilization of the yucca plant by Pronuba yuccasella. Canadian Entomologist, 4: 182

Riley, C. V. 1871. HOW TO DISTINGUISH BETWEEN LIMENITIS DISIPPUS--Godt., AND L. URSULA, Fabr., IN THEIR PREPARATORY STATES. Canadian Entomologist, 3(3): 52-53.

Riley, C. V. and Vasey, G. 1870. Imported insects and native American insects. American Entomologist, 2: 110-112.

Walsh, B. D. and Riley, C. V. 1869. Insects infesting sweet potato. American Entomologist and Botanist, 2: 234-238.

Walsh, B. D. and Riley, C. V. 1868. Potato bugs. American Entomologist, 1: 21-49.

Walsh, B. D. and Riley, C. V. 1868. The periodical cicada. American Entomologist, 1(4): 63-72.

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