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  • Godfrey, George Lawrence; Bouseman, John K.; Edwards, William R.; Robertson, Kenneth R.; Zewadski, Robert M. (Champaign : Illinois Natural History Survey, 1985-09)
    The Illinois Natural History Survey celebrated its 125th anniversary in 1983 by hosting a series of special events for its friends and staff. Two of them were the 125th Anniversary Symposium and Luncheon held on 24 ...

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  • Van Cleave, H.J. (Champaign : Illinois Natural History Survey, 1919-07)
    There has been no published record of extensive study upon the Acanthocephala from fresh-water hosts for any part of North America. The only regional studies pursued in this country have been those of Linton (1889, 1891, ...

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  • Smith, Frank (Champaign : Illinois Natural History Survey, 1928-08)
    The contents of this paper include additions to the list of species previously recorded from Illinois and also furnish evidence of obvious changes in the earthworm fauna of one locality which are probably similar to changes ...

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  • Sanderson, Glen C.; Anderson, William L.; Foley, George L.; Skowron, Loretta M.; Brawn, Jeffrey D.; Seets, James W. (Champaign, Ill. : Illinois Natural History Survey, 1997-04)
    In a 30-day study involving penned game-farm mallards (Anas platyrhynchos), no harmful health effects were detected from dosing with either six, No. 4, bismuth/tin (Bi/Sn) alloy shot or six, No. 4, steel (Fe) shot, as ...

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  • Levengood, Jeffrey M.; Sanderson, Glen C.; Anderson, William L.; Foley, George L.; Skowron, Loretta M.; Brown, Patrick W.; Seets, James W. (Champaign, Ill. : Illinois Natural History Survey, 1999-02)

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  • Forbes, S.A. (Champaign :Illinois Natural History Survey, 1890)
    Our common land leech was first obtained by me in April, 1876, at Normal, McLean County, Illinois, where it was dug up in a house garden, about a dozen rods from the nearest rivulet. An example sent the following year to ...

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  • Smith, Philip Wayne (Champaign : Illinois Natural History Survey, 1961-11)
    The objectives of this report on the amphibians and reptiles of Illinois are threefold. The first is to provide a critical review of the species and subspecies known to inhabit Illinois. The second is to present ...

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  • Morris, Michael A.; Funk, Richard S.; Smith, Philip Wayne (Champaign : Illinois Natural History Survey, 1983-04)
    This bibliography has been compiled to provide a source of titles for those seeking literature dealing with the herpetofauna of Illinois that has appeared since the publication of "The Amphibians and Reptiles of ...

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  • Sabaj, Mark H.; Cummings, Kevin S.; Page, Lawrence M. (Champaign, Ill. : Illinois Natural History Survey, 1997-10)
    The Fish Collection of the Illinois Natural History Survey (INHS) dates back to the late 1800s and the extensive surveys of Illinois fishes led by Dr. Stephen A. Forbes, director of the Survey's predecessor, the Illinois ...

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  • ODonnell, D. John (Champaign : Illinois Natural History Survey, 1935-08)
    SINCE 1876, specimens and data regarding the appearance and distribution of fishes in this state have been collected by zoologists of the Illinois State Natural History Survey and the organizations which were its predecessors. ...

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  • Flint, W. P. (Wesley Pillsbury), 1882-1943; Chandler, S. C. (Stewart Curtis), 1889-; Glenn, P.A. (Champaign : Illinois Natural History Survey, 1924-01)
    The apple flea-weevil was described by Thomas Say in 1831, from specimens taken in Posey county, Indiana. At that time it was not considered an economic pest. Seventy years later Dr. S. A. Forbes reported in the Transactions ...

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  • Forbes, Stephen Alfred, 1844-1930 (Champaign : Illinois Natural History Survey, 1913-09)
    Three reports on the biology of the sand areas of Illinois have appeared in earlier numbers of this Bulletin. The report of Hart and Gleason ('07) is a discussion of the plants and animals in the particular region in which ...

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  • Jones, Almut G. (Champaign, Ill. : Illinois Natural History Survey, 1989-05)
    The need for a comprehensive study and taxonomic revision of asters in Illinois becomes apparent when one looks at the varied treatments of this genus in the principal floristic literature of the state (G.N. Jones 1945, ...

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  • Forbes, S.A. (Champaign : Illinois Natural History Survey, 1892)
    In 1833 Leon Dufour described and figured in his "Recherches sur les Hemipteres,''* under the non-committal name of "cordons valvuleux," some curious appendages of the alimentary canal in Scutelleridae, Pentatomidae, and ...

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  • Burr, Brooks M. (Champaign : Illinois Natural History Survey, 1977-09)
    The bantam sunfish, described as Bohlke; Garrett S. Glodek; Tomio Lepomis symmetricus by Stephen A. Forbes in 1883, is one of the least known species in the genus, probably because of its small size, rarity over parts ...

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  • Bennett, George William (Champaign : Illinois Natural History Survey, 1948-12)
    TEN years ago, Fork Lake, a pond of 1.38 acres on the farm of Paul S. Smith near Mount Zion, Illinois, Has probably typical of many of the older man-made ponds in central Illinois. When this pond was assigned for study ...

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  • Goding, F.W. (Champaign : Illinois Natural History Survey, 1894)
    The following catalogue is designed as an index to the literature of the Membracidae of North America, including Mexico, Central America, and the West Indies. A few species have been seen that could not be referred to any ...

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  • Tanquary, M.C. (Champaign : Illinois Natural History Survey, 1913-05)
    Although the common corn-field ant, Lasius niger var, americanus Emery, is said to be the most abundant of all North American insects, its complete life history has never been worked out. The most that we have on the subject ...

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  • Starrett, William Charles; Fritz, Arnold W. (Champaign : Illinois Natural History Survey, 1965-03)
    THIS PAPER is based on a 10-year biological investigation of the fishes of Lake Chautauqua, a lateral-levee reservoir of approximately 3,500 acres located near Havana, in Mason County, Illinois. The reservoir, a ...

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  • Forbes, Stephen Alfred, 1844-1930 (Champaign : Illinois Natural History Survey, 1928-03)
    This bulletin contains a speech read at a public meeting of the Committee on Aquiculture of the National Research Council at Nashville, Tennessee, December 29, 1927 by Stephen A. Forbes. It includes a brief history of the ...

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