Insect Identification Laboratory Annual Report 2014

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1 ID Lab Publication Revised 2015 Insect Identification Laboratory Annual Report 2014 Eric R. Day Douglas G. Pfeiffer Theresa Dellinger Olivia McCraw Department of Entomology College of Agriculture and Life Sciences Virginia Cooperative Extension Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University

2 TABLE OF CONTENTS Topic Page Introduction... 2 Collaborators... 3 Total Number of Specimens Received... 4 Exotic Pest Surveys... 4 Arthropods Received by Reported Host Plants... 5 Specimens Received by Month Source of Insects by County INTRODUCTION A total of 1151 requests were received in This report summarizes the activity of the Insect Identification Laboratory at Virginia Tech for The laboratory is located in 205A Price Hall and is managed by Eric R. Day, Lab Manager, and Doug Pfeiffer, Extension Entomologist, Department of Entomology, Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, Virginia. Theresa Dellinger and Olivia McCraw also worked in the Lab in Images attached to s accounted for 31% of the samples received in the lab in Starting in 2003, data on samples submitted by images attached to an were collected and summarized in the table below. Of the samples indicating preference for control recommendations received in 2014, 78% of the samples (893) requested control recommendations, 22% of the samples (257) indicated no control recommendations needed.

3 Also from the samples received in 2014, 26% of the samples (298) were forwarded from the Plant Disease Clinic, managed by Mary Ann Hansen and Elizabeth Bush. The remaining 74% were sent directly (853). Specimens are identified and recorded in the lab, then if necessary sent for control recommendations and additional comments from Extension Entomologists who handle particular commodity groups. All specimen data are entered into the Insect I.D. Lab computer database on the Virginia Tech mainframe computer. The database greatly facilitates sorting and storage of the information. Some of the records were sent via microcomputer to the Cooperative National Plant Pest Survey and Detection Program (USDA, APHIS, PPQ). We at Virginia Tech acknowledge support provided by this program. Whenever possible insects are identified to the species level. Common names are used where possible because of their wide recognition. To facilitate mailing insects and insect damaged plant specimens to the lab, local offices of Virginia Cooperative Extension are provided with Insect Identification and Diagnosis Request forms (form ), alcohol vials, and mailing tubes. Specimens also may be brought directly to the lab or mailed to: Insect Identification Laboratory Extension Entomology 205A Price Hall, VPI and SU Blacksburg, VA (540) Persons providing identifications and/or control recommendations: Identifications and control recommendations covering most commodities performed by: Mr. Eric R. Day Manager, Insect Identification Laboratory Timely and valuable identifications and/or control recommendations were also provided by: Dr. Paul Marek Assistant Professor of Entomology Systematics Dr. Tom Kuhar Professor of Entomology Vegetable Pests Dr. Richard D. Fell Professor of Entomology Apiculture and Stinging Insects Dr. Dini Miller Professor of Entomology Structural and Household Insects Dr. Ames Herbert Professor of Entomology Soybeans, Small grains, Peanuts, Cotton Mr. Steve Hiner Technical Support Staff Aquatic Insects and Invertebrates Dr. Michael Kosztarab Emeriti Professor of Entomology Scale Insects Dr. Threresa Dellinger Post-Doctoral Staff Entomology Systematics Dr. Douglas G. Pfeiffer Professor of Entomology Fruit and Nuts

4 Dr. Scott Salom Associate Professor of Entomology Forest and Conifer Dr. Peter Schultz Station Director, Hampton Roads Ornamentals Dr. J. Reese Voshell Professor of Entomology Aquatic Insects Mr. Curt Laub Professor of Entomology Corn, Small grains, and Grasses SAMPLES RECEIVED SINCE 1967 The following table lists the magnitude of activities and services provided by the Insect Identification Laboratory (IIL) and the faculty and staff associated with it since Chart below includes 2014 data of 1151 samples. Exotic Pests Surveys Port Survey: 49 trap collections samples from 5 trips to the Virginia Ports of Entry were processed and no exotic pests were detected. So suspect beetles were forwarded to specialists. Lobesia Survey: 23 sites were sample with pheromone traps for Lobesia botrana through out Virginia. No suspect moths were found. An impact survey for the Brown Marmorated Stink Bug was conducted at Commodity meetings in 5 States including Virginia and the results showed that it causes economic damage for farmers and growers.

5 Pests received by reported host or location Host Pest Data Reported host and numbers of pests identified Total ACUBA 2 OLEANDER SCALE, Aspidiotus nerii Boucher 2 ANEMONE, JAPANESE 1 FOURLINED PLANT BUG, Poecilocapsus lineatus (Fabricius) 1 ANIMAL FEED 1 FOREIGN GRAIN BEETLE, Ahasverus advena (Walt) 1 APARTMENT 8 BED BUG, Cimex lectularius Linnaeus 1 LACE BUGS,,, 1 NO BITING INSECTS FOUND,,, 1 NO INSECTS FOUND,,, 1 ORIENTAL COCKROACH, Blatta orientalis Linnaeus 1 ORNITHONYSSUS MITES, Ornithonyssus, 2 RIBBONWORM,,, 1 APPLE 17 AMERICAN PLUM BORER, Euzophera semifuneralis (Walker) 2 APPLE TWIG BORER, Amphicerus hamatus (F.) 1 BROWN MARMORATED STINK BUG, Halyomorpha halys (Ståhl) 2 CICADA KILLER, Sphecius speciosus (Drury) 1 CODLING MOTH, Cydia pomonella (Linnaeus) 1 FLATHEADED APPLETREE BORER, Chrysobothris femorata (Olivier) 1 HOPLIA BEETLES, Hoplia spp. 1 JAPANESE BEETLE, Popillia japonica Newman 1 LOCUST LEAFMINER, Odontota dorsalis (Thunberg) 1 MEALYBUGS,,, 1 PERIODICAL CICADA, Magicicada septendecim (L.) 1 PULVINERIA SCALES, Pulvineria spp. 1 ROSE CHAFER, Macrodactylus subspinosus (Fabricius) 1 WOOLLY APPLE APHID, Eriosoma lanigerum (Hausmann) 2 APRICOT 1 CALICO SCALE, Eulecanium cerasorum (Cockerell) 1 ARBORVITAE 10 ARBORVITAE LEAFMINER, Argyresthia thuiella (Packard) 4 BAGWORM, Thyridopteryx ephemeraeformis (Haworth) 1 FLETCHER SCALE, Parthenolecanium fletcheri (Cockerell) 1 SPRUCE MITE, Oligonychus ununguis (Jacobi) 4 ASH 7

6 ASH BORER, Podosesia syringae (Harris) 2 EMERALD ASH BORER, Agrilus planipennis Fairmaire 4 PSOCIDS,,, 1 ASH, GREEN 3 ASH BORER, Podosesia syringae (Harris) 1 EMERALD ASH BORER, Agrilus planipennis Fairmaire 1 ROUNDHEADED BORERS,,, 1 ASH, WHITE 2 EMERALD ASH BORER, Agrilus planipennis Fairmaire 2 ASPEN 1 PERIODICAL CICADA, Magicicada septendecim (L.) 1 ATTIC 2 ACROBAT ANTS, Crematogaster spp. 1 BAT BUGS, Cimex adjunctus 1 AZALEA 12 AZALEA BARK SCALE, Eriococcus azaleae Comstock 2 AZALEA CATERPILLAR, Datana major 1 AZALEA LACE BUG, Stephanitis pyrioides (Scott) 4 JAPANESE BEETLE, Popillia japonica Newman 1 LEAF BEETLES,,, 1 PLANT BUGS,,, 1 SOUTHERN RED MITE, Oligonychus ilicis (McGregor) 1 UNDERWING MOTHS, Catocala spp. 1 BAMBOO 1 BAMBOO DIASPIDID SCALE, Kuwanaspis pseudoleucaspis (Kuwana) 1 BARBERRY 2 BARBERRY WEBWORM, Omphalocera dentosa (Grote) 2 BARLEY 1 THRIPS,,, 1 BARN 1 EASTERN TENT CATERPILLAR, Malacosoma americanum 1 BASEMENT 2 EASTERN HERCULES BEETLE, Dynastes tityus (L.) 1 SPRINGTAILS,,, 1 BASIL 3 DARKWINGED FUNGUS GNATS,,, 1 LEAFHOPPERS,,, 1 MEALYBUGS,,, 1 BATHROOM 6 AZALEA PLANT BUGS, Rhinocapsus sp. 1 DRAIN FLIES,,, 2

7 ODOROUS HOUSE ANT, Tapinoma sessile (Say) 1 SPRINGTAILS,,, 1 WOOD ROACHES, Parcoblatta spp. 1 BEAN 2 FLOWER THRIPS, Frankliniella tritici (Fitch) 1 IMBRICATED SNOUT BEETLE, Epicaerus imbricatus 1 BEAN, BLUE LAKE 1 SEEDCORN MAGGOT, Delia platura (Meigen) 1 BEAN, POLE 1 TWOSPOTTED SPIDER MITE, Tetranychus urticae Koch 1 BEAN, PURPLE 2 GREEN PEACH APHID, Myzus persicae (Sulzer) 1 TWOSPOTTED SPIDER MITE, Tetranychus urticae Koch 1 BEAN, SOY 2 FLOWER THRIPS, Frankliniella tritici (Fitch) 1 THRIPS,,, 1 BEANS, GREEN 1 MEXICAN BEAN BEETLE, Epilachna varivestis Mulsant 1 BEDROOM 10 BED BUG, Cimex lectularius Linnaeus 2 EASTERN SUBTERRANEAN TERMITE, Reticulitermes flavipes (Kollar) 1 NO INSECTS FOUND,,, 1 ORNITHONYSSUS MITES, Ornithonyssus, 1 PSOCIDS,,, 1 SPRINGTAILS,,, 1 VARIED CARPET BEETLE, Anthrenus verbasci (Linnaeus) 3 BEE BALM 1 GREENHOUSE WHITEFLY, Trialeurodes vaporariorum (Westwood) 1 BEE HIVE 2 NO MITES FOUND,,, 1 VARROA MITE, Varroa jacobsoni 1 BEECH 2 BEECH BLIGHT APHID, Prociphilus imbricator (Fitch) 2 BERMUDAGRASS 2 NO INSECTS FOUND,,, 2 BIRCH 1 SPIDER MITES,,, 1 BIRCH, RIVER 2 BIRCH SKELETONIZER, Bucculatrix canadensisella Chambers 1 SPINY WITCH- HAZEL GALL APHID, Hamamelistes spinosus 1 BIRD SEED 1

8 GRAIN MITE, Acarus siro Linnaeus 1 BIRDS NEST 1 CARPET BEETLES,,, 1 BLACKBERRY 2 BLACKBERRY PSYLLID, Trioza tripunctata Fitch 1 JAPANESE BEETLE, Popillia japonica Newman 1 BLACKHAW 1 TWIG PRUNER, Elaphidionoides villosus (Fabricius) 1 BLUEBERRY 6 ARMYWORM, Pseudaletia unipuncta (Haworth) 1 LEAF SKELETONIZERS,,, 1 LECANIUM SCALES, Parthenolecanium spp. 1 NO INSECTS FOUND,,, 1 SUMAC DATANA, Datana perspicua g&r. 2 BOXWODD 1 COTTONYCUSHION SCALE, Icerya purchasi Maskell 1 BOXWOOD 38 BOXWOOD LEAFMINER, Monarthropalpus buxi (Laboulbene) 6 BOXWOOD MITE, Eurytetranychus buxi (Garman) 28 BOXWOOD PSYLLID, Psylla buxi (Linnaeus) 2 COTTONYCUSHION SCALE, Icerya purchasi Maskell 1 INDIAN WAX SCALE, Ceroplastes ceriferus (F.) 1 BOXWOOD, AMERICAN 4 BOXWOOD LEAFMINER, Monarthropalpus buxi (Laboulbene) 1 BOXWOOD MITE, Eurytetranychus buxi (Garman) 2 NO MITES FOUND,,, 1 BOXWOOD, ENGLISH 4 BOXWOOD MITE, Eurytetranychus buxi (Garman) 3 NO INSECTS FOUND,,, 1 BOXWOOD, GREEN VELVET 2 BOXWOOD LEAFMINER, Monarthropalpus buxi (Laboulbene) 1 BOXWOOD MITE, Eurytetranychus buxi (Garman) 1 BOXWOOD, MORRIS MIDGET 1 BOXWOOD MITE, Eurytetranychus buxi (Garman) 1 BROCCOLI 2 CABBAGE MAGGOT, Delia radicum (Linnaeus) 1 HARLEQUIN BUG, Murgantia histrionica (Hahn) 1 BUILDING 4 BIRD MITES,,, 1 EASTERN SUBTERRANEAN TERMITE, Reticulitermes flavipes (Kollar) 1 LACE BUGS,,, 1

9 VARIED CARPET BEETLE, Anthrenus verbasci (Linnaeus) 1 BUTTERFLY BUSH 3 ALFALFA BUTTERFLY, Colias eurytheme Boisduval 1 TWOSPOTTED SPIDER MITE, Tetranychus urticae Koch 2 BUTTERFLY HOUSE 1 TREEHOPPERS,,, 1 CABBAGE 1 CABBAGE MAGGOT, Delia radicum (Linnaeus) 1 CABINET 4 DRYWOOD TERMITES,,, 1 GREENHOUSE THRIPS, Heliothrips hemorrhoidalis 1 SOUTHERN LYCTUS, Lyctus planicollis LeConte 2 CALLALOO 1 PIGWEED FLEA BEETLE, Disonycha glabrata (Fabricius) 1 CAMELLIA 2 CAMELLIA SCALE, Lepidosaphes camelliae Hoke 1 LATANIA SCALE, Hemiberlesia lataniae (Signoret) 1 CAMPER 1 BLACK CARPENTER ANT, Camponotus pennsylvanicus 1 CANTALOUPE 1 STRIPED CUCUMBER BEETLE, Acalymma vittatum (Fabricius) 1 CAR 2 BLACK CARPET BEETLE, Attagenus megatoma (Fabricius) 1 MUD- DAUBER WASPS,,, 1 CARPET 1 NO INSECTS FOUND,,, 1 CAT 4 LONE STAR TICK, Amblyomma americanum (Linnaeus) 1 NO INSECTS FOUND,,, 1 STONEFLIES,,, 1 TICKS,,, 1 CAVE 1 AMBOEBALARIA FLIES, Amoebalaria sp. 1 CEDAR, DEODAR 3 DEODAR WEEVIL, Pissodes nemorensis Germar 1 SAWFLIES,,, 1 WHITE PINE WEEVIL, Pissodes strobi (Peck) 1 CEDAR, WHITE 1 MIDGES,,, 1 CEREAL 1 BEETLES,,, 1

10 CHERRY 7 CATERPILLARS,,, 2 CHERRY SPINDLE GALL,,, 1 PERIODICAL CICADA, Magicicada septendecim (L.) 2 SCOLIA DUBIA, Scolia dubia 1 WHEEL BUG, Arilus cristatus (Linnaeus) 1 CHERRY, YOSHINO 1 JAPANESE BEETLE, Popillia japonica Newman 1 CHICKEN COOP 1 NORTHERN FOWL MITE, Ornithonyssus sylviarum (Canestrini & Fanzago) 1 CHIMNEY 2 CARRION BEETLES,,, 1 FORMICA ANTS, Formica spp. 1 CITRUS 2 FLORIDA WAX SCALE, Ceroplastes floridensis Comstock 1 TWOSPOTTED SPIDER MITE, Tetranychus urticae Koch 1 CLEMATIS 1 TREEHOPPERS,,, 1 CLEYERA 1 COTTONYCUSHION SCALE, Icerya purchasi Maskell 1 CLOSET 2 CASEMAKING CLOTHES MOTH, Tinea pellionella L. 1 CLICK BEETLES, 1 CLOTHES 1 VARIED CARPET BEETLE, Anthrenus verbasci (Linnaeus) 1 COCKTAIL TREE 1 PLUM CURCULIO, Conotrachelus nenuphar (Herbst) 1 COFFEE JAR 1 GERMAN COCKROACH, Blattella germanica (Linnaeus) 1 COLLARD 1 CABBAGE MAGGOT, Delia radicum (Linnaeus) 1 COMPOST 1 BLACK SOLDIER FLY, Hermetia illucens (Linnaeus) 1 CORN 1 THRIPS,,, 1 COUNTRY CLUB 1 CARPENTER BEE, Xylocopa virginica (Linnaeus) 1 CRYPTOMERIA 3 MASKELL SCALE, Lepidosaphes spp. 2 SPRUCE MITE, Oligonychus ununguis (Jacobi) 1 CUCUMBER 2

11 FLOWER THRIPS, Frankliniella tritici (Fitch) 1 MELON APHID, Aphis gossypii Glover 1 CURRENT 1 SPIDER MITES,,, 1 CUSHAW 1 STRIPED CUCUMBER BEETLE, Acalymma vittatum (Fabricius) 1 CYPRESS 3 LECANIUM SCALES, Parthenolecanium spp. 1 NO INSECTS FOUND,,, 1 NO MITES FOUND,,, 1 CYPRESS, BALD 2 COMBFOOTED SPIDERS,,, 1 CYPRESS TWIG GALL, Thecodiplosis ananassi 1 CYPRESS, LEYLAND 7 BAGWORM, Thyridopteryx ephemeraeformis (Haworth) 2 MASKELL SCALE, Lepidosaphes spp. 1 MINUTE CYPRESS SCALE, Carulaspis minima 1 SPRUCE MITE, Oligonychus ununguis (Jacobi) 3 CYPRESS, NOOTKA FALSE 2 JUNIPER SCALES, Carulaspis spp. 1 SPRUCE MITE, Oligonychus ununguis (Jacobi) 1 DAISIES, SHASTA 1 FLOWER THRIPS, Frankliniella tritici (Fitch) 1 DANDELION 1 NO INSECTS FOUND,,, 1 DAPHNE 1 LATANIA SCALE, Hemiberlesia lataniae (Signoret) 1 DECK WOOD 1 BLACK CARPENTER ANT, Camponotus pennsylvanicus 1 DOG 2 LONE STAR TICK, Amblyomma americanum (Linnaeus) 2 DOG KENNEL 2 DRAIN FLIES,,, 1 GROUND BEETLES,,, 1 DOGWOOD 9 COTTONY MAPLE SCALE, Pulvinaria innumerabilis (Rathvon) 1 DEFOLIATORS,,, 1 GRANULATE AMBROSIA BEETLE, Xylosandrus crassiusculus 1 NO INSECTS FOUND,,, 1 PERIODICAL CICADA, Magicicada septendecim (L.) 2 PUTNAM SCALE, Diaspidiotus ancylus (Putnam) 1

12 SPIDER MITES,,, 1 THRIPS,,, 1 DOGWOOD, KOUSA 2 PENNSYLVANIA LEATHERWING BEETLE, Chauliognathus pensylvanicus 1 ROSE CHAFER, Macrodactylus subspinosus (Fabricius) 1 ECHINACEA 3 FLOWER THRIPS, Frankliniella tritici (Fitch) 2 THRIPS,,, 1 EGGPLANT 7 APHIDS,,, 1 ASSASSIN BUGS,,, 1 EGGPLANT FLEA BEETLE, Epithrix fuscula Crotch 3 FLEA BEETLES,,, 1 NOT AN INSECT,,, 1 ELM 4 EUROPEAN ELM SCALE, Gossyparia spuria (Modeer) 1 LARGER ELM LEAF BEETLE, Monocesta coryli (Say) 3 ELM, AMERICAN 1 LARGER ELM LEAF BEETLE, Monocesta coryli (Say) 1 EUONYMUS 3 EUONYMUS LEAF NOTCHER, Pryeria sinica 1 EUONYMUS SCALE, Unaspis euonymi (Comstock) 2 FACTORY 1 NO INSECTS FOUND,,, 1 FERN 2 CATERPILLARS,,, 1 FERN SCALE, Pinnaspis aspidistrae (Signoret) 1 FERN, BOSTON 1 FERN APHID, Idiopterus nephrolepidis 1 FIELD 2 APHODIUS DUNG BEETLE, Aphodius granarius 1 BLACK VINE WEEVIL, Otiorhynchus sulcatus (Fabricius) 1 FIG 4 FIG TREE BORER, Neoptychodes trilineatus (L.) 1 GRANULATE AMBROSIA BEETLE, Xylosandrus crassiusculus 1 NIGRA SCALE, Parasaissetia nigra (Nietner) 1 TREE CRICKETS,,, 1 FIG, BROWN TURKEY 1 BARK BEETLES,,, 1 FIG, CELESTE 1 ERIOPHYID MITES,,, 1

13 FILBERT 2 LACE BUGS,,, 1 TWOSPOTTED SPIDER MITE, Tetranychus urticae Koch 1 FIR 1 BAGWORM, Thyridopteryx ephemeraeformis (Haworth) 1 FIR, DOUGLAS 2 BAGWORM, Thyridopteryx ephemeraeformis (Haworth) 1 NO MITES FOUND,,, 1 FIR, FRASER 2 BALSAM WOOLLY ADELGID, Adelges piceae (Ratseburg) 1 MOTHS,,, 1 FIREWOOD 1 PINHOLE BORERS, Platypus spp. 1 FLOOR 3 PODIUM LUTUOSUM, Podium lutuosum 1 SPRING FLOWER BEETLES, Valgus spp. 1 WOOD ROACHES, Parcoblatta spp. 1 FLOORING 13 BAMBOO POWDERPOST BEETLE, Dinoderus minutus (Fabricius) 1 BANDED HICKORY BORER, Knulliana cincta (Drury) 1 BEETLES,,, 1 BLACK POLYCAON, Polycaon stouti 1 BORERS,,, 3 DRYWOOD TERMITES,,, 2 NO INSECTS FOUND,,, 2 POWDERPOST BEETLES,,, 2 FLOORING, BAMBOO 2 BAMBOO POWDERPOST BEETLE, Dinoderus minutus (Fabricius) 1 SOUTHERN LYCTUS, Lyctus planicollis LeConte 1 FOOD 1 REDLEGGED HAM BEETLE, Necrobia rufipes (De Geer) 1 FOREST 1 ALLEGHENY MOUND ANT, Formica exsectoides Forel 1 FRINGE TREE 2 FLATHEADED BORERS,,, 1 OBEREA STEM BORERS, Oberea sp. 1 FURNACE EXHAUST 1 LEAFCUTTING BEES,,, 1 FURNITURE 2 FALSE POWDERPOST BEETLES,,, 1 HETEROBOSTRYCHUS AEQUALIS, Heterobostrychus aequalis Waterhouse 1

14 GARAGE 4 DARKWINGED FUNGUS GNATS,,, 1 GARDEN MILLIPEDE, Oxidus gracilis 1 GROUND BEETLES,,, 1 NOT AN INSECT,,, 1 GARDEN 4 ALLEGHENY MOUND ANT, Formica exsectoides Forel 1 GARDEN MILLIPEDE, Oxidus gracilis 1 GROUND BEETLES,,, 1 MYDAS FLIES,,, 1 GARDENIA 3 COMSTOCK MEALYBUG, Pseudococcus comstocki (Kuwana) 1 JAPANESE BEETLE, Popillia japonica Newman 1 WEBWORMS,,, 1 GENERAL 3 ASSASSIN BUGS,,, 1 CARPET BEETLES,,, 1 PLANT BUGS, 1 GOAT 1 TUMBLING FLOWER BEETLES,,, 1 GOLDENRAIN 1 RED- SHOULDERED BUG, Jadera haematoloma (H.S.) 1 GRAPE 6 FLOWER THRIPS, Frankliniella tritici (Fitch) 1 GRANULATE AMBROSIA BEETLE, Xylosandrus crassiusculus 1 GRAPE PHYLLOXERA, Daktulosphaira vitifoliae (Fitch) 1 GRAPEVINE BEETLE, Pelidnota punctata Linne 1 JAPANESE BEETLE, Popillia japonica Newman 1 MOTHS,,, 1 GRASS 1 BUCK MOTH, Hemileuca maia (Drury) 1 GREENHOUSE 3 FISHING SPIDERS, Dolomedes tenebrosus 1 MEALYBUGS,,, 1 VARIGATED CUTWORM, Peridroma saucia (Hubner) 1 GROUND 1 GARDEN MILLIPEDE, Oxidus gracilis 1 GROUNDNUT 1 TWOSPOTTED SPIDER MITE, Tetranychus urticae Koch 1 GUM, BLACK 1 ROSE CHAFER, Macrodactylus subspinosus (Fabricius) 1

15 HAY 2 HORSE FLIES,,, 1 PHYLLOPHAGA JUNE BEETLES, Phyllophaga spp. 1 HEMLOCK 3 HEMLOCK SCALE, Abgrallaspis ithacae (Ferris) 1 HEMLOCK WOOLLY ADELGID, Adelges tsugae (Annand) 1 SPRUCE MITE, Oligonychus ununguis (Jacobi) 1 HERBS 1 FOURLINED PLANT BUG, Poecilocapsus lineatus (Fabricius) 1 HIBISCUS 3 APHIDS,,, 1 HIBISCUS ERINEUM MITE, Eriophyes hibisci 1 HIBISCUS SAWFLY, Atomacera decepta Rohwer 1 HICKORY 1 HICKORY LEAF STEM GALL, Phylloxera spp. 1 HOLE 1 EASTERN HERCULES BEETLE, Dynastes tityus (L.) 1 HOLLY 20 BROWN SOFT SCALE, Coccus hesperidum Linnaeus 1 COTTONY CAMELLIA SCALE, Pulvinaria floccifera (Westwood) 9 FLATID PLANTHOPPERS,,, 1 INDIAN WAX SCALE, Ceroplastes ceriferus (F.) 1 MIDGES,,, 1 NO INSECTS FOUND,,, 1 SOUTHERN RED MITE, Oligonychus ilicis (McGregor) 1 SPIDERS,,, 1 TEA SCALE, Fiorinia theae Green 3 WAX SCALE, Ceroplastes spp. 1 HOLLY, INKBERRY 1 SOUTHERN RED MITE, Oligonychus ilicis (McGregor) 1 HOLLY, JAPANESE 5 BORERS,,, 1 JAPANESE MAPLE SCALE, Lopholeucaspis japonica 1 OYSTERSHELL SCALE, Lepidosaphes ulmi (Linnaeus) 1 SOUTHERN RED MITE, Oligonychus ilicis (McGregor) 2 HOPS 2 AILANTHUS WEBWORM, Atteva aurea Fitch 1 TWOSPOTTED SPIDER MITE, Tetranychus urticae Koch 1 HORSE STALL 1 RATTAILED MAGGOTS,,, 1 HOSTA 1

16 DARKWINGED FUNGUS GNATS,,, 1 HOUSE 160 ACROBAT ANTS, Crematogaster spp. 4 ALDERFLIES,,, 1 ANTS, 1 ANTS,,, 1 AYSHA GRACILIS, Aysha gracilis 1 AZALEA PLANT BUGS, Rhinocapsus sp. 1 BARK BEETLES,,, 1 BED BUG, Cimex lectularius Linnaeus 6 BLACK CARPENTER ANT, Camponotus pennsylvanicus 3 BLACK WIDOW SPIDER, Latrodectus mactans (Fabricius) 1 BLOW FLIES,,, 2 BORERS,,, 2 BROADFACED SAC SPIDER, Trachelas tranquillus 1 BROWN LACEWINGS,,, 1 BROWN RECLUSE SPIDER, Loxosceles reclusa Gertsch & Mulaik 1 BUSH CRICKET,,, 1 CARPENTER ANTS, Camponotus spp. 3 CARPET BEETLES,,, 3 CLUSTER FLIES,,, 1 COCKROACHES,,, 1 COULD NOT DIAGNOSE,,, 1 CRAB SPIDERS,,, 1 DARKWINGED FUNGUS GNATS,,, 2 DRAIN FLIES,,, 1 DRUGSTORE BEETLE, Stegobium paniceum (Linnaeus) 5 DRYWOOD TERMITES,,, 1 EARWIGS,,, 2 EASTERN CONENOSE, Triatoma sanguisuga 1 EASTERN SUBTERRANEAN TERMITE, Reticulitermes flavipes (Kollar) 1 EASTERN YELLOWJACKET, Vespula maculifrons (Buysson) 1 ENTOMOBRYID SPRINGTAILS,,, 1 FISHING SPIDERS, Dolomedes tenebrosus 5 FLIES,,, 2 FLYING ANTS,,, 1 FUNNEL WEAVERS,,, 2 GARDEN MILLIPEDE, Oxidus gracilis 2 GARDEN MILLIPEDES, Oxidus glassulus 1 GERMAN COCKROACH, Blattella germanica (Linnaeus) 2 GRASS CARRIER WASP, Isodontia mexicana (Saussure) 1

17 GREEN AND RED STINK BUG, Euthyrhynchus floridanus L. 1 GROUND BEETLES,,, 1 HARPALUS PENNSYLVANICUS, Harpalus pennsylvanicus 1 HONEY BEE, Apis mellifera L. 1 HOPLIA BEETLES, Hoplia spp. 1 HOUSE CENTIPEDE, Scutigera coleoptrata (Linnaeus) 1 HOUSE FLY, Musca domestica Linnaeus 1 HOUSE SPIDERS,,, 1 HUMPBACKED FLIES,,, 2 HUNTING SPIDERS,,, 1 LARDER BEETLE, Dermestes lardarius L. 2 LEAFFOOTED BUG, Leptoglossus phyllopus (L.) 1 LONE STAR TICK, Amblyomma americanum (Linnaeus) 1 LONG- BODIED CELLAR SPIDER, Pholcus phalangioides 1 LONGHORNED BEETLES,,, 1 MAGGOTS,,, 1 MARBLED ORB WEAVERS, Araneus sp. 1 MIDGES,,, 3 MINUTE PIRATE BUGS,,, 1 NEOCLYTUS MUCRONATUS, Neoclytus mucronatus (F.) 1 NO BITING INSECTS FOUND,,, 6 NO INSECTS FOUND,,, 8 NO INSECTS OR MITES FOUND,,, 3 NO MITES FOUND,,, 1 NOT AN INSECT,,, 3 ODOROUS HOUSE ANT, Tapinoma sessile (Say) 3 ORANGE ASSASSIN BUG, Pselliopus cinctus (F.) 1 ORNITHONYSSUS MITES, Ornithonyssus, 3 PAPER WASPS, Polistes spp. 1 PARASITIC WASPS,,, 1 PAVEMENT ANT, Tetramorium caespitum (Linnaeus) 1 PENNSYLVANIA WOODS COCKROACH, Parcoblatta pennsylvanica 1 POLYPHEMUS MOTH, Antheraea polyphemus (Cramer) 1 POTTER WASPS,,, 1 PSOCIDS,,, 1 PUNKIES,,, 1 RED- HEADED BUSH CRICKET, Phyllopalpus pulchellus 1 ROSY MAPLE MOTH, Dryocampa rubicunda (Fabricius) 1 SADDLED PROMINENT, Heterocampa guttivitta (Walker) 1 SAWTOOTHED GRAIN BEETLE, Oryzaephilus surinamensis (Linnaeus) 1 SHEETWEB WEAVER SPIDERS,,, 1

18 SOLDIER BEETLES, 1 SPIDER WASPS,,, 1 SPIDERS,,, 2 SPRINGTAILS,,, 3 TUMBLING FLOWER BEETLES,,, 1 VARIED CARPET BEETLE, Anthrenus verbasci (Linnaeus) 7 VELVET MITES,,, 1 VINE SPHINX, Eumorpha vitis 1 VINEGAR FLIES,,, 2 WOLF SPIDERS,,, 3 WOOD ROACHES, Parcoblatta spp. 3 YELLOW WOOLLYBEAR, Spilosoma virginica (Fabricius) 1 HUMAN 23 AMERICAN DOG TICK, Dermacentor variabilis (Say) 1 BED BUG, Cimex lectularius Linnaeus 1 DEER TICK, Ixodes scapularis 1 HOUSE SPIDERS,,, 1 IXODES TICKS, Ixodes spp. 1 LONE STAR TICK, Amblyomma americanum (Linnaeus) 5 NO BITING INSECTS FOUND,,, 4 NO INSECTS FOUND,,, 5 NO INSECTS OR MITES FOUND,,, 2 NOT AN INSECT,,, 1 PLACOBDELLA MONTIFERA LEECH, Placobdella montifera 1 IRIS 2 BULB MAGGOTS,,, 1 THRIPS,,, 1 IVY 1 CATERPILLARS,,, 1 IVY, POISON 1 GALL MIDGES,,, 1 JASMINE 1 INDIAN WAX SCALE, Ceroplastes ceriferus (F.) 1 JUNIPER 12 JUNIPER SCALES, Carulaspis spp. 1 JUNIPER WEBWORM, Dichomeris marginella (Fabricius) 1 PALES WEEVIL, Hylobius pales (Herbst) 1 SPRUCE MITE, Oligonychus ununguis (Jacobi) 9 KALE 2 HARLEQUIN BUG, Murgantia histrionica (Hahn) 2 KITCHEN 9

19 BEAN WEEVIL, Acanthoscelides obtectus (Say) 1 BROWN RECLUSE SPIDER, Loxosceles reclusa Gertsch & Mulaik 1 DRUGSTORE BEETLE, Stegobium paniceum (Linnaeus) 1 FISHING SPIDERS, Dolomedes tenebrosus 1 GERMAN COCKROACH, Blattella germanica (Linnaeus) 1 INDIANMEAL MOTH, Plodia interpunctella (Hubner) 1 LARDER BEETLE, Dermestes lardarius L. 1 PLASTER BEETLE, Cartodere constricta 1 VARIED CARPET BEETLE, Anthrenus verbasci (Linnaeus) 1 KOHLRABI 1 APHIDS,,, 1 LAUREL 4 BLACK VINE WEEVIL, Otiorhynchus sulcatus (Fabricius) 1 OLEANDER SCALE, Aspidiotus nerii Boucher 1 ORB WEAVERS,,, 1 SPIDERS,,, 1 LAUREL, CHERRY 2 BLACK VINE WEEVIL, Otiorhynchus sulcatus (Fabricius) 2 LAUREL, OTTO LUYKENS 3 BLACK VINE WEEVIL, Otiorhynchus sulcatus (Fabricius) 1 MOTH PUPA,,, 1 PEACHTREE BORER, Synanthedon exitiosa (Say) 1 LAUREL, SKIP 3 BLACK VINE WEEVIL, Otiorhynchus sulcatus (Fabricius) 1 LATANIA SCALE, Hemiberlesia lataniae (Signoret) 1 WHITE PEACH SCALE, Pseudaulacaspis pentagona (Targioni- Tozzetti) 1 LAWN 4 GREEN JUNE BEETLE, Cotinis nitida (Linnaeus) 1 HOUSE FLY, Musca domestica Linnaeus 1 ICHNEUMONID WASPS,,, 1 WHITE GRUBS,,, 1 LEMON, MEYERS 1 WAX SCALE, Ceroplastes spp. 1 LETTUCE 1 FLOWER THRIPS, Frankliniella tritici (Fitch) 1 LIFEBERRY, BIG 1 GOJI GALL MITE, Aceria kuto 1 LILAC 3 HORSE FLIES,,, 1 ROUNDHEADED BORERS,,, 1 WHITE PEACH SCALE, Pseudaulacaspis pentagona (Targioni- Tozzetti) 1

20 LILLIES 1 SPITTLEBUGS,,, 1 LOCUST 1 SPHECID WASPS,,, 1 LOG HOME 2 OLD HOUSE BORER, Hylotrupes bajulus (Linnaeus) 1 PODIUM LUTUOSUM, Podium lutuosum 1 MAGNOLIA 4 CAMELLIA SCALE, Lepidosaphes camelliae Hoke 1 MAGNOLIA SCALE, Neolecanium cornuparvum (Thro) 1 MAGNOLIA SERPENTINE LEAFMINER, Phyllocnistis magnoliella 1 SOUTHERN RED MITE, Oligonychus ilicis (McGregor) 1 MAPLE 18 BARK BEETLES,,, 1 BARKLOUSE,,, 1 BUFFALO TREEHOPPERS, Stictocephala bisonia 1 COTTONY CAMELLIA SCALE, Pulvinaria floccifera (Westwood) 1 EUROPEAN EARWIG, Forficula auricularia L. 1 GLOOMY SCALE, Melanaspis tenebricosa (Comstock) 2 HARVESTER, Feniseca tarquinius Fabricius 1 HORSE FLIES,,, 1 LECANIUM SCALES, Parthenolecanium spp. 1 MAPLE TIP MOTHS,,, 1 MEGARHYSSA WASP, Megarhyssa spp. 1 PSOCIDS,,, 2 REDHEADED ASH BORER, Neoclytus acuminatus (Fabricius) 1 ROSY MAPLE MOTH, Dryocampa rubicunda (Fabricius) 1 WOOLLY ALDER APHID, Paraprociphilus tessellatus (Fitch) 2 MAPLE, JAPANESE 4 JAPANESE BEETLE, Popillia japonica Newman 3 SPIDER MITES,,, 1 MAPLE, RED 8 APHIDS,,, 1 COTTONY MAPLE SCALE, Pulvinaria innumerabilis (Rathvon) 1 FLATHEADED APPLETREE BORER, Chrysobothris femorata (Olivier) 1 GLOOMY SCALE, Melanaspis tenebricosa (Comstock) 1 LATANIA SCALE, Hemiberlesia lataniae (Signoret) 1 LECANIUM SCALES, Parthenolecanium spp. 1 LIPOSCELID BARK LICE,,, 1 WOOLLY ALDER APHID, Paraprociphilus tessellatus (Fitch) 1 MAPLE, SILVER 1

21 EASTERN SUBTERRANEAN TERMITE, Reticulitermes flavipes (Kollar) 1 MAPLE, SUGAR 1 SOOTY MOLD,,, 1 MAYAPPLE 1 NO INSECTS FOUND,,, 1 MULCH 6 DARKWINGED FUNGUS GNATS,,, 1 EASTERN SUBTERRANEAN TERMITE, Reticulitermes flavipes (Kollar) 1 GARDEN MILLIPEDE, Oxidus gracilis 1 MARCH FLIES,,, 1 ORIBATID MITES,,, 1 ROVE BEETLES,,, 1 MUMS 1 FALL ARMYWORM, Spodoptera frugiperda (J.E. Smith) 1 MUSEUM SPECIMENS 18 ANGOUMOIS GRAIN MOTH, Sitotroga cerealella (Olivier) 1 BLACK CARPET BEETLE, Attagenus megatoma (Fabricius) 1 BROWNBANDED COCKROACH, Supella longipalpa (Fabricius) 1 CASEMAKING CLOTHES MOTH, Tinea pellionella L. 1 CONFUSED FLOUR BEETLE, Tribolium confusum Jacquelin du Val 1 DRUGSTORE BEETLE, Stegobium paniceum (Linnaeus) 1 FLIES,,, 1 SAWTOOTHED GRAIN BEETLE, Oryzaephilus surinamensis (Linnaeus) 1 SPIDERS,,, 2 VARIED CARPET BEETLE, Anthrenus verbasci (Linnaeus) 5 WEBBING CLOTHES MOTH, Tineola bisselliella 3 MUSKMELON 1 CUCUMBER BEETLES,,, 1 MYRTLE, CREPE 3 BARKLOUSE,,, 1 CRAPE MYRTLE BARK SCALE, Eriococcus lagerstroemiae Kuwana 1 PSOCIDS,,, 1 MYRTLE, WAX 1 MEALYBUGS,,, 1 NECTARINE 2 BROWN MARMORATED STINK BUG, Halyomorpha halys (Ståhl) 1 PSOCIDS,,, 1 NO INFORMATION 67 ACROBAT ANTS, Crematogaster spp. 1 ANDRENID BEES,,, 1 ANTS,,, 3

22 APHIDS,,, 2 ARBORVITAE LEAFMINER, Argyresthia thuiella (Packard) 1 ARCTIID CATERPILLARS,,, 1 ARMORED SCALES,,, 1 BASILICA SPIDER, Mecynogea lemniscata 1 BRACONID WASPS,,, 1 BROWN MARMORATED STINK BUG, Halyomorpha halys (Ståhl) 3 BUMBLE BEES,,, 1 COTTONY CAMELLIA SCALE, Pulvinaria floccifera (Westwood) 2 COULD NOT DIAGNOSE,,, 3 CRICKETS,,, 1 DOGDAY CICADA, Tibicen spp. 1 FIELD CRICKETS,,, 1 FLOWER THRIPS, Frankliniella tritici (Fitch) 1 GIANT RESIN BEE, Megachile sculptularis Smith 1 GRASSHOPPERS,,, 1 GREEN BOTTLE FLY, Phaenicia sericata 1 HARPALUS PENNSYLVANICUS, Harpalus pennsylvanicus 1 HEMISPHERICAL SCALE, Saissetia coffeae (Walker) 1 HONEY BEE, Apis mellifera L. 2 HOPLIA BEETLES, Hoplia spp. 1 HOUSE FLY, Musca domestica Linnaeus 4 HUMPBACKED FLIES,,, 1 JAPANESE BEETLE, Popillia japonica Newman 1 LAPPET MOTHS,,, 1 LARDER BEETLE, Dermestes lardarius L. 1 LEAFHOPPERS,,, 1 LOCUST BORER, Megacyllene robiniae (Forster) 1 MASON WASPS,,, 3 NO INSECTS FOUND,,, 2 NORTHERN MOLE CRICKET, Neocurtilla hexadactyla (Perty) 1 NOTODONTID CATERPILLARS,,, 1 PLANT BUGS,,, 1 POLISTES DORSALIS, Polistes dorsalis 5 SALTMARSH CATERPILLAR, Estigmene acrea (Drury) 1 SAWFLIES,,, 1 SOLITARY BEES,,, 2 SPIDERS,,, 1 STILTLEGGED FLIES,,, 1 TACHINID FLIES,,, 1 THREADWAISTED WASPS,,, 1

23 VINEGAR FLIES,,, 1 WASPS,,, 1 WEEVILS,,, 1 NURSERY 1 DARKWINGED FUNGUS GNATS,,, 1 OAK 30 AMERICAN CARRION BEETLE, Silpha americana L. 1 ASIATIC OAK WEEVIL, Cyrtepistomus castaneus (Roelofs) 1 BLACK CARPENTER ANT, Camponotus pennsylvanicus 1 BUCK MOTH, Hemileuca maia (Drury) 1 CATERPILLARS,,, 2 FRINGED LOOPER, Campaea perlata 1 GREEN LACEWINGS,,, 1 GYPSY MOTH, Lymantria dispar (Linnaeus) 1 HORNED OAK GALL, Callirhytis cornigera (O.S.) 1 JAPANESE BEETLE, Popillia japonica Newman 1 NO INSECTS FOUND,,, 1 OAK BUTTON GALL, Neuroterus umbilicatus Bass. 6 OAK LACE BUG, Corythucha arcuata (Say) 1 OAK SKELETONIZER, Bucculatrix ainsliella Murtfeldt 2 OAK SPIDER MITE, Oligonychus bicolor (Banks) 2 PSOCIDS,,, 1 ROUNDHEADED BORERS,,, 2 TWIG PRUNER, Elaphidionoides villosus (Fabricius) 2 WOOLLY OAK GALL, Callirhytis lanata Gill. 2 OAK, LIVE 1 CARPENTERWORM, Prionoxystus robiniae (Peck) 1 OAK, NORTHERN RED 1 SPIDER MITES,,, 1 OAK, NUTALL 1 LEAF BEETLES,,, 1 OAK, PIN 1 FOREST TENT CATERPILLAR, Malacosoma disstria 1 OAK, RED 2 BORERS,,, 1 TWIG PRUNER, Elaphidionoides villosus (Fabricius) 1 OAK, SAWTOOTH 1 OAK SKELETONIZER, Bucculatrix ainsliella Murtfeldt 1 OAK, WHITE 16 CHINESE MANTID, Tenodera aridifolia Saussure 1 GOLDEN OAK SCALE, Asterolecanium variolosum (Ratzeburg) 1

24 OAK APPLE GALL,,, 1 OAK BULLET GALLS, Disholcaspis globulus 2 OAK BUTTON GALL, Neuroterus umbilicatus Bass. 4 OAK SPIDER MITE, Oligonychus bicolor (Banks) 1 PERIODICAL CICADA, Magicicada septendecim (L.) 1 WHEEL BUG, Arilus cristatus (Linnaeus) 1 WOOL SOWER GALL, Callirhytis seminator Harr. 3 WOOLLY OAK GALL, Callirhytis lanata Gill. 1 OAK, WILLOW 10 FLATHEADED BORERS,,, 1 GOUTY OAK GALL, Callirhytis punctata (O.S.) 1 GYPSY MOTH, Lymantria dispar (Linnaeus) 1 MIDRIB TUMOR GALL, Plagiotrochus tumificus o.s. 2 OAK BULLET GALLS, Disholcaspis globulus 1 OAK LECANIUM SCALE, Parthenolecanium quercifex (Fitch) 1 OAK SPIDER MITE, Oligonychus bicolor (Banks) 1 OBSCURE SCALE, Melanaspis obscura (Comstock) 1 WHITE FURCULA, Furcula borealis (Guer.) 1 OAK,WHITE 2 OAK BUTTON GALL, Neuroterus umbilicatus Bass. 1 OAK LACE BUG, Corythucha arcuata (Say) 1 OFFICE 3 MIMOSA WEBWORM, Homadaula anisocentra Meyrick 1 NEW HOUSE BEETLE, Ahasverus advena (Waltl) 1 WOLF SPIDERS,,, 1 ORCHIDS 2 MEALYBUGS,,, 1 SCALE INSECTS,,, 1 OREGANO 1 YELLOW BEE FLY,,, 1 OUTSIDE 91 ALLEGHENY MOUND ANT, Formica exsectoides Forel 1 AMERICAN DAGGER MOTH, Acronicta americana (Harris) 1 BANDED SPHINX, Eumorpha fasciata 1 BEAN PLATASPID, Megacopta cribraria 1 BEAN WEEVIL, Acanthoscelides obtectus (Say) 1 BEE FLIES,,, 1 BLACK- WAVED FLANNEL MOTH, Lagoa crispata 1 BOXWOOD MITE, Eurytetranychus buxi (Garman) 1 BROADNECKED ROOT BORER, Prionus laticollis (Drury) 1 BROWN PRIONID, Orthosoma brunneum (Forster) 1

25 BUCK MOTH, Hemileuca maia (Drury) 1 BUMBLE BEES,,, 1 BUTTERFLIES,,, 2 CARPENTER BEE, Xylocopa virginica (Linnaeus) 1 CARRION BEETLES,,, 1 CECROPIA MOTH, Hyalophora cecropia (Linnaeus) 1 CICADAS,,, 1 CITRUS WHITEFLY, Dialeurodes citri 1 CLICK BEETLES,,, 1 COMMON EASTERN BUMBLE BEE, Bombus impatiens 1 CONEHEADED GRASSHOPPERS,,, 1 COULD NOT DIAGNOSE,,, 1 CUCKOO WASPS,,, 1 EASTERN HERCULES BEETLE, Dynastes tityus (L.) 3 EUROPEAN HORNET, Vespa crabro germana Christ 3 FALL CANKERWORM, Alsophila pometaria (Harris) 1 FISHFLIES,,, 1 FISHING SPIDERS, Dolomedes tenebrosus 1 FLOWER THRIPS, Frankliniella tritici (Fitch) 1 GARDEN MILLIPEDE, Oxidus gracilis 1 GOLDEN TORTOISE BEETLE, Metriona bicolor (F.) 1 GREEN JUNE BEETLE, Cotinis nitida (Linnaeus) 3 HICKORY HORNED DEVIL, Citheronia regalis (F.) 1 HICKORY TUSSOCK MOTH, Lophocampa caryae (Harris) 1 HORNWORMS,,, 1 HUMPBACKED FLIES,,, 1 IMPERIAL MOTH, Eacles imperialis (Drury) 1 LEAFFOOTED BUG, Leptoglossus phyllopus (L.) 1 LIGHTNING BEETLES,,, 1 LONGHORNED BEETLES,,, 1 MARBLED ORB WEAVERS, Araneus sp. 2 MARCH FLIES,,, 2 MOTHS,,, 1 NO INSECTS FOUND,,, 3 NOT AN INSECT,,, 2 PARASITIC WASPS,,, 1 PHOTINUS SCINTILLANS, Photinus scintillans (Say) 1 PICKLEWORM, Diaphania nitidalis (Stoll) 1 POTTER WASP,,, 1 POTTER WASPS,,, 1 PUSS CATERPILLAR, Megalopyge opercularis (J. E. Smith) 1

26 RED- SHOULDERED BUG, Jadera haematoloma (H.S.) 1 ROSY MAPLE MOTH, Dryocampa rubicunda (Fabricius) 1 SADDLEBACK CATERPILLAR, Sibine stimulea (Clemens) 2 SEXTON BEETLES, Nicrophorus sp. 1 SIGMOID PROMINENT, Clostera albosigma 1 SMOKEYBROWN COCKROACH, Periplaneta fuliginosa (Serville) 1 SOLDIER BEETLES,,, 1 SOLITARY BEES,,, 1 SPHINX MOTHS,,, 1 SPIDER WASPS,,, 1 SPIDERS,,, 1 SPRINGTAILS,,, 1 STAG BEETLES,,, 1 STINK BUGS,,, 1 SWALLOWTAIL BUTTERFLIES,,, 1 TIGER SWALLOWTAIL, Papilio glaucus Linnaeus 1 TREE CRICKETS,,, 1 VELLEDA LAPPET MOTH, Tolype velleda (Stoll) 1 WAVED SPHINX, Ceratomia undulosa 1 WHEEL BUG, Arilus cristatus (Linnaeus) 2 WHITE BLOTCHED HETEROCAMPA, Heterocampa umbrata 1 WHITE FURCULA, Furcula borealis (Guer.) 1 WHITEMARKED TUSSOCK MOTH, Orgyia leucostigma (J. E. Smith) 1 WINGED ANTS,,, 1 YELLOWJACKETS,,, 2 PALM, MAJESTY 1 BROWN SOFT SCALE, Coccus hesperidum Linnaeus 1 PANSEY 1 LEAFFOLDERS,,, 1 PANTRY 1 INDIANMEAL MOTH, Plodia interpunctella (Hubner) 1 PASTURE 1 PAVEMENT ANT, Tetramorium caespitum (Linnaeus) 1 PEACH 2 PLUM CURCULIO, Conotrachelus nenuphar (Herbst) 1 ROSE CHAFER, Macrodactylus subspinosus (Fabricius) 1 PEANUT PROCESSING PLANT 1 BLACK SOLDIER FLY, Hermetia illucens (Linnaeus) 1 PEAR 2 PEARLEAF BLISTER MITE, Eriophyes pyri (Pagenstecher) 1 PERIODICAL CICADA, Magicicada septendecim (L.) 1

27 PECAN 4 GRANULATE AMBROSIA BEETLE, Xylosandrus crassiusculus 1 HICKORY PHYLLOXERA GALLS, Phylloxera spp. 1 MARCH FLIES,,, 1 SPIDER MITES,,, 1 PENSTEMAN 1 THRIPS,,, 1 PERSIMMON, ASIAN 1 PERSIMMON PSYLLA, Trioza diospyri (Ashmead) 1 PHOTINIA 1 AMERICAN PLUM BORER, Euzophera semifuneralis (Walker) 1 PINE 12 BAGWORM, Thyridopteryx ephemeraeformis (Haworth) 1 BARK WEEVILS,,, 1 BLACK TURPENTINE BEETLE, Dendroctonus terebrans (Olivier) 1 BROWN PRIONID, Orthosoma brunneum (Forster) 1 EASTERN YELLOWJACKET, Vespula maculifrons (Buysson) 1 IMPERIAL MOTH, Eacles imperialis (Drury) 1 NANTUCKET PINE TIP MOTH, Rhyacionia frustrana (Comstock) 1 NO INSECTS FOUND,,, 1 PITCH MASS BORER, Synanthedon pini (Kellicott) 1 RIBBED PINE BORER, Rhagium inquisitor 1 WOOLLY PINE SCALE, Pseudophilippia quaintancii Cockerell 2 PINE, LOBLOLLY 3 BLACK TURPENTINE BEETLE, Dendroctonus terebrans (Olivier) 1 EASTERN FIVESPINED IPS, Ips grandicollis (Eichson) 1 WOOLLY PINE SCALE, Pseudophilippia quaintancii Cockerell 1 PINE PLANTATION 1 MESODON THYROID, Mesodon thyroid 1 PINE, JAPANESE BLACK 3 BARK BEETLES,,, 1 PINE SAWYERS, Monochamus spp. 1 WHITE PINE WEEVIL, Pissodes strobi (Peck) 1 PINE, SCOTS 1 PINE NEEDLE SCALE, Chionaspis pinifoliae (Fitch) 1 PINE, SLASH 1 WHITE PINE WEEVIL, Pissodes strobi (Peck) 1 PINE, VIRGINIA 1 NANTUCKET PINE TIP MOTH, Rhyacionia frustrana (Comstock) 1 PINE, WHITE 1 NO INSECTS FOUND,,, 1

28 PITISPORUM 1 FLOWER THRIPS, Frankliniella tritici (Fitch) 1 PLANT 2 MIDGES,,, 1 NO INSECTS FOUND,,, 1 PLUM 4 JAPANESE BEETLE, Popillia japonica Newman 1 ORIENTAL FRUIT MOTH, Grapholita molesta (Busck) 1 PEACHTREE BORER, Synanthedon exitiosa (Say) 1 PERIODICAL CICADA, Magicicada septendecim (L.) 1 POND 1 FAIRY SHRIMP,,, 1 POOL 1 ASSASSIN BUGS,,, 1 POPLAR, TULIP 3 FLATHEADED BORERS,,, 1 GROUND BEETLES,,, 1 NOT AN INSECT,,, 1 PORCH 4 ACROBAT ANTS, Crematogaster spp. 1 BLACK CARPENTER ANT, Camponotus pennsylvanicus 1 EUROPEAN HORNET, Vespa crabro germana Christ 1 ODOROUS HOUSE ANT, Tapinoma sessile (Say) 1 POTATO 7 CLAVATE TORTOISE BEETLE, Plagiometriona clavata 1 FLIES,,, 1 GOLDENROD SOLDIER BEETLE, Chauliognathus pensylvanicus 1 HUMPBACKED FLIES,,, 1 NO INSECTS FOUND,,, 2 POTATO APHID, Macrosiphum euphorbiae (Thomas) 1 POTATO, SWEET 1 PINK- SPOTTED HAWK MOTH, Agrius cingulatus (F) 1 PUMPKIN 2 PICKLEWORM, Diaphania nitidalis (Stoll) 1 STRIPED CUCUMBER BEETLE, Acalymma vittatum (Fabricius) 1 PYCNANTHEMUM 1 LEAFHOPPERS,,, 1 PYRACANTHA 1 COTTONY MAPLE LEAF SCALE, Pulvinaria acericola (Walsh & Riley) 1 QUINCE 1 LEAF BEETLES,,, 1

29 RABBIT 1 BOT FLIES,,, 1 RASBERRY, BLACK 1 TWOSPOTTED SPIDER MITE, Tetranychus urticae Koch 1 RASPBERRY 7 JAPANESE BEETLE, Popillia japonica Newman 1 MAGGOTS,,, 1 NO INSECTS FOUND,,, 1 PLANT BUGS,,, 1 TWOSPOTTED SPIDER MITE, Tetranychus urticae Koch 2 VINEGAR FLIES,,, 1 REDBUD 2 BEAN WEEVIL, Acanthoscelides obtectus (Say) 1 NO INSECTS FOUND,,, 1 RESTAURANT 1 HUMPBACKED FLIES,,, 1 ROSE 5 ROSE STEM SAWFLY, Hartigia trimaculata Say 1 ROSESLUG, Endelomyia aethiops (Fabricius) 2 TWOSPOTTED SPIDER MITE, Tetranychus urticae Koch 2 ROSE, KNOCK OUT 4 FLOWER THRIPS, Frankliniella tritici (Fitch) 1 JAPANESE BEETLE, Popillia japonica Newman 1 ROSESLUG, Endelomyia aethiops (Fabricius) 2 SAGE 1 FOURLINED PLANT BUG, Poecilocapsus lineatus (Fabricius) 1 SCHOOL 3 BIRD MITES,,, 1 IMPERIAL MOTH, Eacles imperialis (Drury) 1 WHEEL BUG, Arilus cristatus (Linnaeus) 1 SEEDS 1 RICE WEEVIL, Sitophilus oryzae (Linnaeus) 1 SHED 1 BLACK WIDOW SPIDER, Latrodectus mactans (Fabricius) 1 SIDEWALK 1 VELVET MITES,,, 1 SOIL 3 BLISTER BEETLES,,, 1 EASTERN SUBTERRANEAN TERMITE, Reticulitermes flavipes (Kollar) 2 SORGHUM 1 GREENBUG, Schizaphis graminum (Rondani) 1

30 SOYBEAN 7 CLOVER MITE, Bryobia praetiosa Koch 1 COMMON CONEHEADS, Neoconocephalus sp. 1 MEALYBUGS,,, 1 SOYBEAN THRIPS, Sericothrips variabilis (Beach) 1 THRIPS,,, 1 TROCHANTOR MEALYBUG, Pseudococcus sorghiellus 1 WHITE MARGINED BURROWER BUG, Sehirus cinctus (P.B.) 1 SPIDER 1 YELLOWSTRIPED ARMYWORM, Spodoptera ornithogalli 1 SPIREA 2 OYSTERSHELL SCALE, Lepidosaphes ulmi (Linnaeus) 1 SOUTHERN RED MITE, Oligonychus ilicis (McGregor) 1 SPODOPTERA LETURA TRAP 2 NOCTUID MOTHS,,, 2 SPRUCE 5 BAGWORM, Thyridopteryx ephemeraeformis (Haworth) 1 BARKLOUSE,,, 1 LARICOBIUS BEETLES, Laricobius sp. 1 SPIDERS,,, 1 SPRUCE MITE, Oligonychus ununguis (Jacobi) 1 SPRUCE, BIRDS NEST 1 SPRUCE BUD SCALE, Physokermes piceae (Schrank) 1 SPRUCE, BLUE 2 BAGWORM, Thyridopteryx ephemeraeformis (Haworth) 1 SPRUCE MITE, Oligonychus ununguis (Jacobi) 1 SPRUCE, DWARF 1 SPRUCE MITE, Oligonychus ununguis (Jacobi) 1 SPRUCE, DWARF ALBERTA 1 SPRUCE MITE, Oligonychus ununguis (Jacobi) 1 SPRUCE, NORWAY 3 PITCH MASS BORER, Synanthedon pini (Kellicott) 1 SPRUCE MITE, Oligonychus ununguis (Jacobi) 2 SPRUCE, WHITE 1 BAGWORM, Thyridopteryx ephemeraeformis (Haworth) 1 SQUASH 1 BLACK TURFGRASS ATAENIUS, Ataenius spretulus (Haldeman) 1 STORE 1 WOOD ROACHES, Parcoblatta spp. 1 STRAWBERRY 4 SOLDIER BEETLES,,, 1

31 TARNISHED PLANT BUG, Lygus lineolaris (Palisot de Beauvois) 2 TWOSPOTTED SPIDER MITE, Tetranychus urticae Koch 1 STUMP 1 ROUNDHEADED BORERS,,, 1 SUITCASE 1 WEEVILS,,, 1 SUNROOM 1 SUBTERRANEAN TERMITES, Reticulitermes spp. 1 SUSAN, BLACK EYED 3 FLEA BEETLES,,, 1 RUDBECKIA PSYLLID, Bactericera antennata 2 SYRINGA, MISS KIM 1 SOFT SCALES,,, 1 TAXUS 1 PSOCIDS,,, 1 TI PLANT 1 FLOWER THRIPS, Frankliniella tritici (Fitch) 1 TOMATO 20 APHIDS,,, 1 BROAD MITE, Polyphagotarsonemus latus (Banks) 1 FLEA BEETLES,,, 1 FLOWER THRIPS, Frankliniella tritici (Fitch) 5 GREEN PEACH APHID, Myzus persicae (Sulzer) 1 LOOPERS,,, 1 POTATO APHID, Macrosiphum euphorbiae (Thomas) 1 SAP BEETLES,,, 1 THRIPS,,, 1 TOMATO HORNWORM, Manduca quinquemaculata (Haworth) 1 TOMATO PINWORM, Keiferia lycopersicella (Walsingham) 3 TWOSPOTTED SPIDER MITE, Tetranychus urticae Koch 2 WHITEFLIES,,, 1 TOOLBOX 1 HONEY BEE, Apis mellifera L. 1 TREE 13 BARK BEETLES,,, 1 BLACK FIREFLY, Lucidota atra 1 GERMAN YELLOWJACKET, Vespula germanica (F.) 1 HAG MOTH, Phobetron pithecium (J. E. Smith) 1 HICKORY TUSSOCK MOTH, Lophocampa caryae (Harris) 1 KATYDIDS,,, 1 MARGINED BLISTER BEETLE, Epicauta pestifera Werner 1

32 MEADOW SPITTLEBUG, Philaenus apumarius (L.) 1 PERIODICAL CICADA, Magicicada septendecim (L.) 1 PLANT BUGS,,, 1 TREEHOPPERS,,, 1 WHITEMARKED TUSSOCK MOTH, Orgyia leucostigma (J. E. Smith) 1 YELLOWJACKETS,,, 1 TUPELO 1 GALL MITES,,, 1 TURF 1 MOLE CRICKETS,,, 1 VASE 1 FALSE POWDERPOST BEETLES,,, 1 VERMICULTURE 2 ORIBATID MITES,,, 1 SPRINGTAILS,,, 1 VIBURNIUM 1 INSECTS,,, 1 VIBURNUM 2 SOUTHERN RED MITE, Oligonychus ilicis (McGregor) 2 VIOLET, AFRICAN 1 MEALYBUGS,,, 1 WALNUT, BLACK 2 FALL WEBWORM, Hyphantria cunea (Drury) 1 GRANULATE AMBROSIA BEETLE, Xylosandrus crassiusculus 1 WAREHOUSE 2 BROWN RECLUSE SPIDER, Loxosceles reclusa Gertsch & Mulaik 1 HAIRY FUNGUS BEETLE, Typhaea stercorea (Linnaeus) 1 WATER 1 GRAIN MITE, Acarus siro Linnaeus 1 WATER BOWL 1 VARIED CARPET BEETLE, Anthrenus verbasci (Linnaeus) 1 WELL CASING 1 PAVEMENT ANT, Tetramorium caespitum (Linnaeus) 1 WHEAT 1 FLOWER THRIPS, Frankliniella tritici (Fitch) 1 WILLOW 2 POPLAR TENTMAKER, Icthyura inclusa (Hubner) 1 ROUNDHEADED BORERS,,, 1 WINDOW 6 DRUGSTORE BEETLE, Stegobium paniceum (Linnaeus) 1 DRYWOOD TERMITES,,, 1

33 GYPSY MOTH, Lymantria dispar (Linnaeus) 1 SOUTHERN PINE SAWYER, Moncochamus titillator 1 SYRPHID FLIES,,, 1 VARIED CARPET BEETLE, Anthrenus verbasci (Linnaeus) 1 WOODSHOP 1 DICERCA LURIDA, Dicerca lurida (F.) 1 YARD 6 ALLEGHENY MOUND ANT, Formica exsectoides Forel 1 AZALEA PLANT BUGS, Rhinocapsus sp. 1 LONE STAR TICK, Amblyomma americanum (Linnaeus) 1 SCOLIA DUBIA, Scolia dubia 1 VELVET ANTS,,, 1 WHEEL BUG, Arilus cristatus (Linnaeus) 1 YARN 1 HAIRY FUNGUS BEETLE, Typhaea stercorea (Linnaeus) 1 YEW 1 COTTONY CAMELLIA SCALE, Pulvinaria floccifera (Westwood) 1 ZELKOVA 2 NO INSECTS FOUND,,, 2 Grand Total 1151

34 Pests received by month. Count of Insect Common Name Month received Common Name Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Grand Total ACROBAT ANTS AILANTHUS WEBWORM 1 1 ALDERFLIES 1 1 ALFALFA BUTTERFLY 1 1 ALLEGHENY MOUND ANT AMBOEBALARIA FLIES 1 1 AMERICAN CARRION BEETLE 1 1 AMERICAN DAGGER MOTH 1 1 AMERICAN DOG TICK 1 1 AMERICAN PLUM BORER ANDRENID BEES 1 1 ANGOUMOIS GRAIN MOTH 1 1 ANTS APHIDS APHODIUS DUNG BEETLE 1 1 APPLE TWIG BORER 1 1 ARBORVITAE LEAFMINER ARCTIID CATERPILLARS 1 1 ARMORED SCALES 1 1 ARMYWORM 1 1 ASH BORER ASIATIC OAK WEEVIL 1 1 ASSASSIN BUGS AYSHA GRACILIS 1 1 AZALEA BARK SCALE AZALEA CATERPILLAR 1 1 AZALEA LACE BUG AZALEA PLANT BUGS BAGWORM BALSAM WOOLLY ADELGID 1 1 BAMBOO DIASPIDID SCALE 1 1 BAMBOO POWDERPOST BEETLE BANDED HICKORY BORER 1 1 BANDED SPHINX 1 1 BARBERRY WEBWORM BARK BEETLES BARK WEEVILS 1 1 BARKLOUSE BASILICA SPIDER 1 1

35 BAT BUGS 1 1 BEAN PLATASPID 1 1 BEAN WEEVIL BED BUG BEE FLIES 1 1 BEECH BLIGHT APHID BEETLES BIRCH SKELETONIZER 1 1 BIRD MITES 2 2 BLACK CARPENTER ANT BLACK CARPET BEETLE BLACK FIREFLY 1 1 BLACK POLYCAON 1 1 BLACK SOLDIER FLY BLACK TURFGRASS ATAENIUS 1 1 BLACK TURPENTINE BEETLE BLACK VINE WEEVIL BLACK WIDOW SPIDER BLACK- WAVED FLANNEL MOTH 1 1 BLACKBERRY PSYLLID 1 1 BLISTER BEETLES 1 1 BLOW FLIES BORERS BOT FLIES 1 1 BOXWOOD LEAFMINER BOXWOOD MITE BOXWOOD PSYLLID BRACONID WASPS 1 1 BROAD MITE 1 1 BROADFACED SAC SPIDER 1 1 BROADNECKED ROOT BORER 1 1 BROWN LACEWINGS 1 1 BROWN MARMORATED STINK BUG BROWN PRIONID BROWN RECLUSE SPIDER 3 3 BROWN SOFT SCALE 2 2 BROWNBANDED COCKROACH 1 1 BUCK MOTH BUFFALO TREEHOPPERS 1 1 BULB MAGGOTS 1 1 BUMBLE BEES BUSH CRICKET 1 1 BUTTERFLIES 1 1 2

36 CABBAGE MAGGOT CALICO SCALE 1 1 CAMELLIA SCALE CARPENTER ANTS CARPENTER BEE CARPENTERWORM 1 1 CARPET BEETLES CARRION BEETLES CASEMAKING CLOTHES MOTH CATERPILLARS CECROPIA MOTH 1 1 CHERRY SPINDLE GALL 1 1 CHINESE MANTID 1 1 CICADA KILLER 1 1 CICADAS 1 1 CITRUS WHITEFLY 1 1 CLAVATE TORTOISE BEETLE 1 1 CLICK BEETLES CLOVER MITE 1 1 CLUSTER FLIES 1 1 COCKROACHES 1 1 CODLING MOTH 1 1 COMBFOOTED SPIDERS 1 1 COMMON CONEHEADS 1 1 COMMON EASTERN BUMBLE BEE 1 1 COMSTOCK MEALYBUG 1 1 CONEHEADED GRASSHOPPERS 1 1 CONFUSED FLOUR BEETLE 1 1 COTTONY CAMELLIA SCALE COTTONY MAPLE LEAF SCALE 1 1 COTTONY MAPLE SCALE 2 2 COTTONYCUSHION SCALE 3 3 COULD NOT DIAGNOSE CRAB SPIDERS 1 1 CRAPE MYRTLE BARK SCALE 1 1 CRICKETS 1 1 CUCKOO WASPS 1 1 CUCUMBER BEETLES 1 1 CYPRESS TWIG GALL 1 1 DARKWINGED FUNGUS GNATS DEER TICK 1 1 DEFOLIATORS 1 1 DEODAR WEEVIL 1 1

37 DICERCA LURIDA 1 1 DOGDAY CICADA 1 1 DRAIN FLIES DRUGSTORE BEETLE DRYWOOD TERMITES EARWIGS 2 2 EASTERN CONENOSE 1 1 EASTERN FIVESPINED IPS 1 1 EASTERN HERCULES BEETLE EASTERN SUBTERRANEAN TERMITE EASTERN TENT CATERPILLAR 1 1 EASTERN YELLOWJACKET EGGPLANT FLEA BEETLE EMERALD ASH BORER ENTOMOBRYID SPRINGTAILS 1 1 ERIOPHYID MITES 1 1 EUONYMUS LEAF NOTCHER 1 1 EUONYMUS SCALE EUROPEAN EARWIG 1 1 EUROPEAN ELM SCALE 1 1 EUROPEAN HORNET FAIRY SHRIMP 1 1 FALL ARMYWORM 1 1 FALL CANKERWORM 1 1 FALL WEBWORM 1 1 FALSE POWDERPOST BEETLES 2 2 FERN APHID 1 1 FERN SCALE 1 1 FIELD CRICKETS 1 1 FIG TREE BORER 1 1 FISHFLIES 1 1 FISHING SPIDERS FLATHEADED APPLETREE BORER FLATHEADED BORERS FLATID PLANTHOPPERS 1 1 FLEA BEETLES FLETCHER SCALE 1 1 FLIES FLORIDA WAX SCALE 1 1 FLOWER THRIPS FLYING ANTS 1 1 FOREIGN GRAIN BEETLE 1 1 FOREST TENT CATERPILLAR 1 1

38 FORMICA ANTS 1 1 FOURLINED PLANT BUG FRINGED LOOPER 1 1 FUNNEL WEAVERS GALL MIDGES 1 1 GALL MITES 1 1 GARDEN MILLIPEDE GARDEN MILLIPEDES 1 1 GERMAN COCKROACH GERMAN YELLOWJACKET 1 1 GIANT RESIN BEE 1 1 GLOOMY SCALE GOJI GALL MITE 1 1 GOLDEN OAK SCALE 1 1 GOLDEN TORTOISE BEETLE 1 1 GOLDENROD SOLDIER BEETLE 1 1 GOUTY OAK GALL 1 1 GRAIN MITE GRANULATE AMBROSIA BEETLE GRAPE PHYLLOXERA 1 1 GRAPEVINE BEETLE 1 1 GRASS CARRIER WASP 1 1 GRASSHOPPERS 1 1 GREEN AND RED STINK BUG 1 1 GREEN BOTTLE FLY 1 1 GREEN JUNE BEETLE GREEN LACEWINGS 1 1 GREEN PEACH APHID GREENBUG 1 1 GREENHOUSE THRIPS 1 1 GREENHOUSE WHITEFLY 1 1 GROUND BEETLES GYPSY MOTH HAG MOTH 1 1 HAIRY FUNGUS BEETLE HARLEQUIN BUG HARPALUS PENNSYLVANICUS 2 2 HARVESTER 1 1 HEMISPHERICAL SCALE 1 1 HEMLOCK SCALE 1 1 HEMLOCK WOOLLY ADELGID 1 1 HETEROBOSTRYCHUS AEQUALIS 1 1 HIBISCUS ERINEUM MITE 1 1

39 HIBISCUS SAWFLY 1 1 HICKORY HORNED DEVIL 1 1 HICKORY LEAF STEM GALL 1 1 HICKORY PHYLLOXERA GALLS 1 1 HICKORY TUSSOCK MOTH HONEY BEE HOPLIA BEETLES HORNED OAK GALL 1 1 HORNWORMS 1 1 HORSE FLIES HOUSE CENTIPEDE 1 1 HOUSE FLY HOUSE SPIDERS HUMPBACKED FLIES HUNTING SPIDERS 1 1 ICHNEUMONID WASPS 1 1 IMBRICATED SNOUT BEETLE 1 1 IMPERIAL MOTH INDIAN WAX SCALE INDIANMEAL MOTH INSECTS 1 1 IXODES TICKS 1 1 JAPANESE BEETLE JAPANESE MAPLE SCALE 1 1 JUNIPER SCALES JUNIPER WEBWORM 1 1 KATYDIDS 1 1 LACE BUGS LAPPET MOTHS 1 1 LARDER BEETLE LARGER ELM LEAF BEETLE LARICOBIUS BEETLES 1 1 LATANIA SCALE LEAF BEETLES LEAF SKELETONIZERS 1 1 LEAFCUTTING BEES 1 1 LEAFFOLDERS 1 1 LEAFFOOTED BUG LEAFHOPPERS LECANIUM SCALES LIGHTNING BEETLES 1 1 LIPOSCELID BARK LICE 1 1 LOCUST BORER 1 1

40 LOCUST LEAFMINER 1 1 LONE STAR TICK LONG- BODIED CELLAR SPIDER 1 1 LONGHORNED BEETLES LOOPERS 1 1 MAGGOTS MAGNOLIA SCALE 1 1 MAGNOLIA SERPENTINE LEAFMINER 1 1 MAPLE TIP MOTHS 1 1 MARBLED ORB WEAVERS MARCH FLIES MARGINED BLISTER BEETLE 1 1 MASKELL SCALE MASON WASPS 3 3 MEADOW SPITTLEBUG 1 1 MEALYBUGS MEGARHYSSA WASP 1 1 MELON APHID 1 1 MESODON THYROID 1 1 MEXICAN BEAN BEETLE 1 1 MIDGES MIDRIB TUMOR GALL MIMOSA WEBWORM 1 1 MINUTE CYPRESS SCALE 1 1 MINUTE PIRATE BUGS 1 1 MOLE CRICKETS 1 1 MOTH PUPA 1 1 MOTHS MUD- DAUBER WASPS 1 1 MYDAS FLIES 1 1 NANTUCKET PINE TIP MOTH NEOCLYTUS MUCRONATUS 1 1 NEW HOUSE BEETLE 1 1 NIGRA SCALE 1 1 NO BITING INSECTS FOUND NO INSECTS FOUND NO INSECTS OR MITES FOUND NO MITES FOUND NOCTUID MOTHS 2 2 NORTHERN FOWL MITE 1 1 NORTHERN MOLE CRICKET 1 1 NOT AN INSECT NOTODONTID CATERPILLARS 1 1

41 OAK APPLE GALL 1 1 OAK BULLET GALLS OAK BUTTON GALL OAK LACE BUG OAK LECANIUM SCALE 1 1 OAK SKELETONIZER OAK SPIDER MITE OBEREA STEM BORERS 1 1 OBSCURE SCALE 1 1 ODOROUS HOUSE ANT OLD HOUSE BORER 1 1 OLEANDER SCALE ORANGE ASSASSIN BUG 1 1 ORB WEAVERS 1 1 ORIBATID MITES ORIENTAL COCKROACH 1 1 ORIENTAL FRUIT MOTH 1 1 ORNITHONYSSUS MITES OYSTERSHELL SCALE PALES WEEVIL 1 1 PAPER WASPS 1 1 PARASITIC WASPS 2 2 PAVEMENT ANT PEACHTREE BORER PEARLEAF BLISTER MITE 1 1 PENNSYLVANIA LEATHERWING BEETLE 1 1 PENNSYLVANIA WOODS COCKROACH 1 1 PERIODICAL CICADA PERSIMMON PSYLLA 1 1 PHOTINUS SCINTILLANS 1 1 PHYLLOPHAGA JUNE BEETLES 1 1 PICKLEWORM PIGWEED FLEA BEETLE 1 1 PINE NEEDLE SCALE 1 1 PINE SAWYERS 1 1 PINHOLE BORERS 1 1 PINK- SPOTTED HAWK MOTH 1 1 PITCH MASS BORER PLACOBDELLA MONTIFERA LEECH 1 1 PLANT BUGS PLASTER BEETLE 1 1 PLUM CURCULIO 2 2 PODIUM LUTUOSUM 2 2

42 POLISTES DORSALIS 5 5 POLYPHEMUS MOTH 1 1 POPLAR TENTMAKER 1 1 POTATO APHID POTTER WASP 1 1 POTTER WASPS POWDERPOST BEETLES PSOCIDS PULVINERIA SCALES 1 1 PUNKIES 1 1 PUSS CATERPILLAR 1 1 PUTNAM SCALE 1 1 RATTAILED MAGGOTS 1 1 RED- HEADED BUSH CRICKET 1 1 RED- SHOULDERED BUG 2 2 REDHEADED ASH BORER 1 1 REDLEGGED HAM BEETLE 1 1 RIBBED PINE BORER 1 1 RIBBONWORM 1 1 RICE WEEVIL 1 1 ROSE CHAFER ROSE STEM SAWFLY 1 1 ROSESLUG ROSY MAPLE MOTH ROUNDHEADED BORERS ROVE BEETLES 1 1 RUDBECKIA PSYLLID 2 2 SADDLEBACK CATERPILLAR 2 2 SADDLED PROMINENT 1 1 SALTMARSH CATERPILLAR 1 1 SAP BEETLES 1 1 SAWFLIES SAWTOOTHED GRAIN BEETLE SCALE INSECTS 1 1 SCOLIA DUBIA 2 2 SEEDCORN MAGGOT 1 1 SEXTON BEETLES 1 1 SHEETWEB WEAVER SPIDERS 1 1 SIGMOID PROMINENT 1 1 SMOKEYBROWN COCKROACH 1 1 SOFT SCALES 1 1 SOLDIER BEETLES SOLITARY BEES 1 2 3

43 SOOTY MOLD 1 1 SOUTHERN LYCTUS SOUTHERN PINE SAWYER 1 1 SOUTHERN RED MITE SOYBEAN THRIPS 1 1 SPHECID WASPS 1 1 SPHINX MOTHS 1 1 SPIDER MITES SPIDER WASPS 2 2 SPIDERS SPINY WITCH- HAZEL GALL APHID 1 1 SPITTLEBUGS 1 1 SPRING FLOWER BEETLES 1 1 SPRINGTAILS SPRUCE BUD SCALE 1 1 SPRUCE MITE STAG BEETLES 1 1 STILTLEGGED FLIES 1 1 STINK BUGS 1 1 STONEFLIES 1 1 STRIPED CUCUMBER BEETLE SUBTERRANEAN TERMITES 1 1 SUMAC DATANA 2 2 SWALLOWTAIL BUTTERFLIES 1 1 SYRPHID FLIES 1 1 TACHINID FLIES 1 1 TARNISHED PLANT BUG TEA SCALE THREADWAISTED WASPS 1 1 THRIPS TICKS 1 1 TIGER SWALLOWTAIL 1 1 TOMATO HORNWORM 1 1 TOMATO PINWORM TREE CRICKETS TREEHOPPERS 3 3 TROCHANTOR MEALYBUG 1 1 TUMBLING FLOWER BEETLES TWIG PRUNER TWOSPOTTED SPIDER MITE UNDERWING MOTHS 1 1 VARIED CARPET BEETLE VARIGATED CUTWORM 1 1

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