Browse Bulletin - Illinois Natural History Survey by Title

  • Richardson, R.E. (Champaign : Illinois Natural History Survey, 1913-03)
    In this paper is presented a summary of all our notes of the seasons of 1910 and 1911, concerning the breeding of fishes other than carp. They were made principally at Havana, Illinois, but include in a few cases observations ...

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  • Richardson, R.E. (Champaign : Illinois Natural History Survey, 1913-03)
    Observations on the breeding habits of the European carp were begun at the opening of the Illinois Biological Station in late April, 1910, and carried on throughout the remainder of the spawning season; while the search ...

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  • Duggar, B.M. (Champaign : Illinois Natural History Survey, 1896)
    During July, 1895, while occupied as an Assistant in the Illinois State Laboratory of Natural History, in studying some fungous diseases of the chinch-bug I used many squash-bugs {Anasa tristis DeG.) for experimental ...

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  • Forbes, S.A.; Richardson, R.E. (Champaign : Illinois Natural History Survey, 1905)
    In the course of our studies of the fishes of Illinois, made in connection with the preparation of a report upon the ichthyolog}' of the state, it became necessary last year to examine gi-eater numbers of the larger species ...

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  • Forbes, S.A. (Champaign : Illinois Natural History Survey, 1890)
    In 1843 W. Hoffmeister described in Germany (Wiegmann's Archiv f. Naturgesch., 1843) a peculiar, long, and very slender worm found in a well, giving it the generic name of Haplotaxis and, after its discoverer, Menke, the ...

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  • Garman, H. (Champaign : Illinois Natural History Survey, 1888)
    Vasa deferentia opening to the exterior behind the clitellus by two apertures on the ventral side of somite 19. Two copulatory fossae extend from the middle of the ventral side of somite 18 to the middle of the ventral ...

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  • Hart, C.A.; Gleason, H.A. (Champaign : Illinois Natural History Survey, 1907)
    While located at Havana in connection with the work of the Illinois Biological Station on the Illinois River, the writer made a few trips to the tract of waste sandy land lying east of the city, locally known as the Devil's ...

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  • Wood, F.E. (Champaign : Illinois Natural History Survey, 1910-10)
    There are two species of moles in Illinois: one, the starnose mole, Condylura cristata (Linnaeus), is found sparingly in the northern part of the state; the other, known as the common or shrew-mole, Scalopus aquaticus ...

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  • Smith, Frank (Champaign : Illinois Natural History Survey, 1921-06)
    In the preparation of this paper there have been two purposes in mind. One of these is the presentation of the results of studies thus far made on the fresh-water sponges of Illinois ; and the other is to assemble in more ...

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  • Hart, C.A. (Champaign : Illinois Natural History Survey, 1895)
    This paper gives a part of the results of our observavation and study of the insect fauna of the Illinois River and adjoining waters in the neighborhood of the University of Illinois Biological Experiment Station, at Havana, ...

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  • Forbes, S.A. (Champaign : Illinois Natural History Survey, 1888)
    The principal object of the research reported in the series of papers of which this is the concluding number, is to determine more precisely than has hitherto been done the relations to nature of the various genera and ...

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  • Forbes, S.A. (Champaign : Illinois Natural History Survey, 1909-02)
    The geography of Illinois is, in its most obvious features, so simple and so monotonous that one naturally expects a similar simplicity and monotony in the geographic distribution of its plants and animals. The plan of its ...

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  • Forbes, S.A. (Champaign : Illinois Natural History Survey, 1907)
    An animal society is composed of animals habitually occurring together in the same locality and the same class of situations. Such an association is, of course, composed of many species, variously related to their special ...

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  • Weed, C.M. (Champaign : Illinois Natural History Survey, 1887)
    In a paper to be published in the Report of the State Entomologist of Illinois for 1886, I have discussed ab length the literature and life-history of the Lesser Apple Leaf-Roller, originally described by Robinson as ...

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  • Forbes, S.A.; Gross, A.O. (Champaign : Illinois Natural History Survey, 1921-06)
    From 1894 to 1917 the Illinois State Laboratory of Natural History (since merged in the Natural History Survey of the State), of which the senior author of this paper was director, was active in quantitative studies of the ...

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  • Ewing, H.E. (Champaign : Illinois Natural History Survey, 1909)
    The mites of the group Orihatoidea, though abundant in this country, have received but little study. About a hundred species have been recorded from America. Out of this number over 90 per cent, are new species, yet with ...

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  • Forbes, S.A. (Champaign : Illinois Natural History Survey, 1907)
    The subject of the relations of interaction between organisms and their environment, animate and inanimate, which goes by the name of ecology, may be studied with reference to the welfare of species- or to that of the ...

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  • Page, Lawrence M.; Jeffords, Michael R. (Champaign : Illinois Natural History Survey, 1990-04-23)

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  • Adams, C.C. (Champaign : Illinois Natural History Survey, 1915-07)
    As creatures of habit, the attitude of mind with which we approach a scientific problem has much influence upon what we see in it or get from it. Although the essence of life is activity - the response of the changing ...

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  • Bennett, George William (Champaign : Illinois Natural History Survey, 1945-05)
    The only case of overfishing ever observed in Illinois by Natural History Survey aquatic biologists occurred under conditions favorable for study, 1938-1941. Evidence of overfishing was available from well-kept records ...

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