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J. R. Watson Thysanoptera publications

[see – Bailey SF. 1947. The works of J.R.Watson on Thysanoptera. Florida Entomologist 30: 17-22.]

1913

1. New Thysanoptera from Florida. Entomological News 24: 145-148.

2. An unusual type of injury due to a thrips. Journal of economic Entomology 6: 413-414.

1915

3. New Thysanoptera from Florida. Entomological News 26: 49-52.

1916

4. New Thysanoptera from Florida III. Entomological News 27: 126-133.

1918

5. Thysanoptera of Florida. Florida Buggist 1 (4): 53-55; 2 (1): 65-77.

6. New Thysanoptera from Florida IV. Florida Buggist 2 (3): 97-102.

1919

7. Additions to the Thysanoptera of Florida V. Florida Buggist 2 (4): 116-120. [Watson JR & Osborn E]

8. Additions to the Thysanoptera of Florida VI. Florida Buggist 3 (1): 2-7.

9. A new Physothrips from Oregon. Florida Buggist 3 (2): 32.

1920

10. Key to North American species of Physothrips. Florida Buggist 3 (4): 71.

11. An apparently new Haplothrips from Cuba. Florida Entomologist 4 (1): 7, 12.

12. New Thysanoptera from Florida VII. Florida Entomologist 4: 13, 18-23, 27-30.

13. The toilet of thrips. Florida Entomologist 4: 25.

1921

14. New Thysanoptera from Florida VIII. Florida Entomologist 4: 35-39.

15. New Thysanoptera from New York. Bulletin of the Brooklyn Entomological Society 16: 78-86.

1922

16. New Thysanoptera from Florida IX. Florida Entomologist 5: 65-66.

17. Another new thrips from cocoanuts from Cuba. Florida Entomologist 5: 66-67.

18. The flower thrips. Bulletin of the Agricultural Experiment Station, University of Florida 162: 1-51.

19. Another camphor thrips. Florida Entomologist 6: 6-7.

20. Additions to the Thysanoptera of Florida X. Florida Entomologist 6: 21-23.

21. The greenhouse thrips out-of-doors in Northeastern Georgia. Florida Entomologist 6: 23.

22. On a collection of Thysanoptera from Rabun County, Georgia. Florida Entomologist 6: 34-39, 47-48.

23. A new thrips from citrus in Alabama. Florida Entomologist 6: 45.

24. Recent experiments with thrips on citrus. Proceedings of the Florida State Horticultural Society 35: 52-55.

1923

25. An addition to the Thysanoptera of Florida XI. Florida Entomologist 6: 58.

26. The proper name and distribution of the Florida Flower thrips. Florida Entomologist 7: 9-11.

27. Synopsis and catalog of the Thysanoptera of North America. Bulletin of the Agricultural Experiment Station, University of Florida 168: 1-100. http://palmm.digital.flvc.org/islandora/object/uf%3A90343#page/UNNUMBERED/mode/2up

28. Adiciones a los Thysanoptera de Cuba. Memorias d Soc. Cubana Hist Nat “Felipe Poey” 6: 46-47.

1924

29. On a collection of Thysanoptera from Honduras. Florida Entomologist 7: 60-62. [Watson JR & Hubbell TH]

30. Thysanoptera of North America. Additions and a correction. Florida Entomologist 8: 29-30.

31. A new Bregmatothrips (Thysanoptera) from England and Holland. Entomologist’s monthly Magazine 60: 253-254.

32. Additions to the Thysanoptera of Florida XII. Florida Entomologist 8: 50-52.

1925

33. A new species of Symphyothrips (Thysanoptera) from Argentina. Florida Entomologist 9: 29-30, 45.

34. The camphor thrips in Formosa. Florida Entomologist 9: 39.

1926

35. Two new Thysanoptera from Cuba. Florida Entomologist 9: 53-55.

36. New Thysanoptera from Florida XIII. Florida Entomologist 9: 58-60.

37. New Thysanoptera from Florida XIII; cont’d. Florida Entomologist 10: 9-12.

38. Citrus insects and their control. Bulletin of the Agricultural Experiment Station, University of Florida 183: 382-387.

39. Ecological and geographical distribution of Thysanoptera in Florida. Florida Entomologist 10: 21-24, 27.

40. A new Haplothrips from Abyssinia. Florida Entomologist 10: 28-29.

1927

41. A new Liothrips from Santo Domingo. Florida Entomologist 10: 59-60.

42. New Thysanoptera from Florida XIV. Florida Entomologist 10: 60-62.

43. New Thysanoptera from Florida, cont’d. Florida Entomologist 11: 26.

44. The Thysanoptera fauna of the Indian pipe. Florida Entomologist 11: 27-30.

45. The English orchid thrips native to Florida. Additions to the Thysanoptera of Florida XVI. Florida Entomologist 11: 41-42.

46. The Thysanoptera fauna of the Indian pipe, cont’d. Florida Entomologist 11: 42-44.

1931

47. A new Haplothrips from Panama. Florida Entomologist 15: 11-12.

48. Two new Thysanoptera from Colorado. Florida Entomologist 15: 51-54.

49. A collection of Thysanoptera from western Oklahoma. Publications of the University of Oklahoma 3 (4): 339-345.

1933

50. Some Thysanoptera of the Great Smoky Mountains. Florida Entomologist 16: 61-62.

51. Two new species of Plectrothrips. Florida Entomologist 17: 16-18, 33-34.

52. Two new species of Oedaleothrips with notes on other species. Florida Entomologist 17: 48-50; 63-64.

1934

53. Thysanoptera of the Geenton. Florida Entomologist 18: 44-46.

1935

54. Thysanoptera of the Geenton, cont’d. Florida Entomologist 18: 55-62.

1937

55. A Sericothrips with an unusual habitat. Florida Entomologist 20: 3-4.

56. A new Trichothrips (Haplothrips) from Alabama. Florida Entomologist 20: 8-9.

57. Thysanoptera of the Geenton, cont’d. Florida Entomologist 20: 12-15.

58. Thysanoptera of the Geenton, cont’d. Florida Entomologist 20: 17-21.

1938

59. A new Liothrips from Spanish moss. Florida Entomologist 21: 14-15.

60. A new Frankliniella (Thysanoptera) from Florida. Florida Entomologist 21: 17-19. [Watson JR & Preer JR]

1939

61. Two new Thysanoptera from Florida. Florida Entomologist 22: 1-5. [Watson JR & Preer JR]

62. Two new Thysanoptera from Mexico. Florida Entomologist 22: 17-20. [Wilson JW & Watson JR]

63. Notes on other thrips found on Gladiolus. Bulletin of the Agricultural Experiment Station, University of Florida 357: 22-23.

1942

64. A new Stephanothrips from Texas. Florida Entomologist 24: 65-66.

65. Insects and other pests of Florida vegetables. Bulletin of the Agricultural Experiment Station, University of Florida 370: 78-80, 94-95, 105-106.

66. A new Frankliniella from Florida (Thysanoptera). Florida Entomologist 25: 17-18.

67. Two new Frankliniellas from Mexico (Thysanoptera). Florida Entomologist 25: 43-46.

1945

68. The ecological and geographical distribution of the Thysanoptera of the Geenton. Florida Entomologist 28: 33-36.

69. Distributional notes on two species of Thysanoptera. Florida Entomologist 28: 53.