Browse Bulletin - Illinois Natural History Survey by Title

  • Ross, Herbert H. (Champaign : Illinois Natural History Survey,, 1944-08)
    THE caddis flies, or Trichoptera, are for the most part medium-sized to small insects resembling moths in general appearance. Their larvae are aquatic in habit and caterpillar-like in appearance. The order Trichoptera ...

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  • Hanson, Harold Carsten; Smith, Robert H. (Champaign : Illinois Natural History Survey, 1950-03)
    This Canada goose study is based on data from three primary sources : data collected at Horseshoe Lake, Alexander County, Illinois ; surveys by the authors on the distribution, habitat, and behavior of the population ...

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  • Crane, J. L. (Joseph Leland); Tazik, Pamela P. (Champaign : Illinois Natural History Survey, 1992-05)

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  • Baker, F.C. (Champaign : Illinois Natural History Survey, 1906)
    The following catalogue of Illinois mollusks is intended to record every reference to the Mollusca occurring in the state which may be found in the few published lists, and also all scattered references to the same, wherever ...

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  • Mills, Harlow B.; Bennett, George William; Decker, George C.; Scott, Thomas G.; Ross, Herbert H.; Ayars, James S.; Carter, J. Cedric; Warrick, Ruth R.; East, Bessie B. (Champaign : Illinois Natural History Survey, 1958-12)

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  • Richardson, R.E. (Champaign : Illinois Natural History Survey, 1925-08)
    Early in July 1922 the cooperative program of chemical and biological investigations of the middle Illinois River and Peoria Lake begun in the summer of 1920 by the State Natural History Survey and the State Water Survey ...

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  • Bruce, Willis N. (Champaign : Illinois Natural History Survey, 1949-07)
    The purpose of this study was to obtain pertinent information about the residual insecticidal value of chlorinated hydrocarbons applied to various surfaces that had been exposed to different field conditions. The ...

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  • Cockerell, T.D.A. (Champaign : Illinois Natural History Survey, 1896)
    Anyone who will take the trouble to peruse the " Zoological Record" will see that the present is a time of unusual activity among coccidologists. In the last volume to hand, that for 1893, nearly four pages are occupied ...

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  • Malloch, J.R. (Champaign : Illinois Natural History Survey, 1915-05)
    The family Chironomidae includes a very large number of species the adult forms of which, in the great majority of cases, are very difficult to distinguish from each other. The adults of the larger species of the genus ...

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  • Mosher, E. (Champaign : Illinois Natural History Survey, 1916-03)
    It is within comparatively recent times that the immature stages of insects have been considered of any taxonomic value. The economic entomologist early realized the value of being able to recognize the immature stages, ...

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  • Powers, Edwin Booth, (Champaign : Illinois Natural History Survey, 1918-05)
    One of the sources of error in the Winkler method for the determination of dissolved oxygen in water, especially where the oxygen content is low, is the diffusion of oxygen into the water before and during the introduction ...

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  • Barnickol, Paul G.; Starrett, William Charles (Champaign : Illinois Natural History Survey, 1951-09)
    This paper is based on an analysis of the data relative to the species composition of the fishes appearing in test-net collections taken in 1944 and 1946 with various types of commercial gear at 31 sampling stations ...

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  • Graber, Richard Rex; Graber, Jean Weber (Champaign : Illinois Natural History Survey, 1963-10)
    On August 29, 1906, Alfred O. Gross and Howard A. Ray, working for the Illinois State Laboratory of Natural History (a parent organization of the Illinois Natural History Survey) under the direction of Stephen A. ...

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  • Perry, Robert S. (Champaign : Illinois Natural History Survey, 1971-08)
    THE MOST IMPORTANT pathological problem encountered by commercial growers of poinsettias ( Euphorbia piilcheirima Willd. ) is caused by a complex of fungi composed of Thielaviopsis basicola (Berk. & Br.) Ferr., Rhizoctonia ...

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  • Reinbold, Keturah A.; Kapoor, Inder P.; Childers, William Franklin; Bruce, Willis Nels; Metcalf, Robert L. (Champaign : Illinois Natural History Survey, 1971-06)
    The studies reported in this paper were designed to further test the biodegradability of methoxychlor and to compare in a laboratory aquatic environment (i) the uptake of DDT and methoxychlor directly from water by ...

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  • Esarey, Joan; Soucek, David J.; Levengood, Jeffrey M.; Hudson, Robert J.; Wimer, Wade; Halbrook, Richard S. (Champaign, Ill. : Illinois Natural History Survey, 2008-11)
    Unionid mussels were collected from three mussel beds near the confluence of the Mississippi and Illinois rivers in 2003 to evaluate concentrations of selected elements and organic compounds in three abundant species and ...

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  • Forbes, E.B. (Champaign : Illinois Natural History Survey, 1897)
    During the past twenty years the fresh-water Copepoda of North America have received considerable attention from a small number of pioneer investigators, but as yet no one has made a careful comparative study of authentic ...

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  • Sharpe, R. W. (Champaign : Illinois Natural History Survey, 1897)
    The present paper has been prepared in the course of work at the University of Illinois for the degree of master of science in zoology. In addition to extensive collections of Entomostraca made at the Biological Station ...

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  • Davis, J.J. (Champaign : Illinois Natural History Survey, 1919-02)
    On account of the difficulty of controlling the common white-grubs, which pass ninety-fiver per cent of their life under ground, their natural enemies are of unusual importance to the farmer. No one species of animal can ...

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  • Page, Lawrence M. (Champaign : Illinois Natural History Survey, 1985-09)
    Crayfishes and shrimps (Decapoda) are conspicuous components of the aquatic environments of Illinois. Although only 23 species are known to inhabit the state, they are among our largest aquatic invertebrates and often are ...

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