Browse Bulletin - Illinois Natural History Survey by Title

  • Chapman, H.H.; Miller, Robert Barclay (Champaign : Illinois Natural History Survey, 1924-08)
    A forest survey of Illinois was begun by the State Natural History Survey in July, 1919 when Mr. R. B. Miller was engaged for a preliminary general study of the Illinois situation and conditions and for educational and ...

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  • Bellrose, Frank Chapman; Scott, Thomas G.; Hawkins, Arthur Stuart; Low, Jessop B. (Champaign : Illinois Natural History Survey, 1961-08)
    MANAGEMENT of waterfowl includes the intelligent manipulation of their populations. The sex classes and age classes of various species of ducks constitute measurable elements of the populations. The present study ...

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  • Weed, C.M. (Champaign : Illinois Natural History Survey, 1891)
    The literature and life history of the corn plant louse were discussed at length in 1884 by Professor H, Garmauf, who showed that at that time nothing definite was known concerning the time or place of development of the ...

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  • Richardson, R.E. (Champaign : Illinois Natural History Survey, 1921-06)
    The present paper, so far as it relates particularly to the valuation of the bottom and shore animals, brings together the results of three summer-autumn seasons of dredging operations in the Illinois River and its connecting ...

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  • Malloch, J.R. (Champaign : Illinois Natural History Survey, 1915-12)
    In a previous paper, Article 6 of Volume X of this Bulletin, I indicated that despite the fact that our state list of species of Chironomidae is larger than any list yet published for any other state in the Union it could ...

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  • English, Lester Lamar (Champaign : Illinois Natural History Survey, 1928-03)
    Peach cat-facing is a scarred and distorted condition of the fruit, which causes serious losses in some seasons in the peach-growing sections of the Middle West and elsewhere. The investigations reported in this paper have ...

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  • Forbes, Stephen Alfred (Champaign : Illinois Natural History Survey, 1917-11)
    The interest in wild mushrooms and the number of people who collect wild mushrooms for the table are increasing rapidly. Numerous inquiries are received by the botany department of the University of Illinois each season ...

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  • Smith, F.; Welch, P.S. (Champaign : Illinois Natural History Survey, 1913-08)
    Nothing has been published on the Euchytraeidae of the Mississippi Valley with the exception of a brief description of Fridericia agilis by the senior author nearly twenty years ago ('95, p. 288) and the insufficient account ...

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  • Garman, H. (Champaign : Illinois Natural History Survey, 1896)
    Some time about 1888 the writer of these notes made several dissections of the brain of this interesting- fish and drawings of them were made by Magnus Westergren, at that time Artist of the Illinois State Laboratory of ...

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  • Thompson, D.H. (Champaign : Illinois Natural History Survey, 1925-10)
    The amount of oxygen dissolved in the water is one of the most important factors limiting the fish life of the Illinois River. Every year low dissolved oxygen concentrations over a large portion of the river profoundly ...

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  • English, Lester Lamar (Champaign : Illinois Natural History Survey, 1928-03)
    Entomologists and horticulturists generally have recognized that oil sprays as a class, while very effective, are dangerous to use unless properly prepared. In order to be sure that a spray is safe, we need to know its ...

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  • Forbes, Stephen Alfred; Richardson, R.E. (Champaign : Illinois Natural History Survey, 1919-04)
    The principal cause of change in the biological environment of the Illinois River which have come in since 1899 are the opening of the drainage canal of the Sanitary District of Chicago in January 1900, a great increase ...

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  • Kelly, H.M. (Champaign : Illinois Natural History Survey, 1899)
    The studies on the quantitative occurrence of parasites in different species of the Unlonirke which form the basis of the present paper were made at the Illinois Biological Station, at Havana, early in the summers of 1896 ...

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  • Phillippe, Loy R.; Molano-Flores, Brenda; Murphy, Michael J.C.; Marcum, Paul B.; Ebinger, John E. (Champaign, Ill. : Illinois Natural History Survey, 2011-07)
    This study was undertaken to determine the distribution and habitat requirements of many of the endangered and threatened plant species associated with the sand deposits of Illinois. Approximately 70 species of endangered ...

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  • Hansen, Donald F. (Champaign : Illinois Natural History Survey, 1966-07)

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  • Frison, Theodore Henry (Champaign : Illinois Natural History Survey, 1935-01)
    This report grows out of studies begun in the fall of 1926 when the writer was first impressed with the abundance and variety of the fall and winter stonefly population in Illinois. Field observations coupled with the ...

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  • Ross, Herbert Holdsworth; Frison, Theodore Henry (Champaign : Illinois Natural History Survey, 1937-09)

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  • Frison, Theodore Henry (Champaign : Illinois Natural History Survey, 1942-09)
    THIS paper is a result of the continuance of studies of the stonefly fauna of Illinois started in 1926 and expanded within more recent years to include the fauna of North America. Three previous papers of mine have ...

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  • Forbes, Stephen Alfred (Champaign : Illinois Natural History Survey, 1888)
    The cod family is represented in Illinois by only a single species, the burbot (Lota maculosa), occurring in the interior of Lake Michigan, and making its way at irregular intervals to the shallow waters within the reach ...

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  • Webster, F.M. (Champaign : Illinois Natural History Survey, 1904)
    About the year 1897, in the vicinity of Chicago, Illinois, certain varieties of roses grown under glass, notably the Meteor, were attacked by great numbers of minute cecidomyian larvae which destroyed the terminal leaf and ...

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