LVGAEIDAE Lygaeus kalmil Stal subsp. angustomarginatus Parshley (Fig. 24, b).
Common on the ground at Barber Point during July and August, 1919 and 1920. A couple of specimens were also collected at Wanakena, August, 1920 (fide Parshley).
Ortholomus longiceps (Stal).
Very common in open areas on rank grasses and weeds at the Plains and on Big Floating island during July and August, 1920. Several specimens: Wanakena, July and August, 1917.
Nysius thymi (Wolff).
Common : Wanakena, Barber Point and the Plains, June, July and August, 1919 and 1920.
Nysius ericae (Schilling).
Common : Barber Point and Wanakena, .Tnly and August, 1917, 1919 and 1920.
Ischnorrhynchus geminatus (Say) (Plate 11, g).
Very abundant, especially in swampy and marshy areas; Barber Point, Wanakena, Conifer Plains and "Big Floating island." Numerous specimens were also found during July and August, 1919, on the tops of large yellow birch trees. -Specimens were bred from both yellow and white birch catkins in breeding stages during .Tuly, August and September. 1919, by Mr. Eric Johnson and the writer.
Cymus luridus Stal.
Barber Point and Wanakena during July. 1917. Cymus angustatus Stal.
Very abundant during June, July and August, 1917, 1919 and 1920, at Barber Point, Wanakena and the Plains. The insect was collected by sweeping grasses and herbaeeous plants.
Common during. the entire summer: Barber Point, Wanakena, Plains and Conifer. Most of the specimens were taken in open areas on rank vegetation and in swampy places. A few specimens were collected on spp.
Geocoris bullatus (Say). Barber Point, July, 1917.
Geocoris uliginosus (Say).
Several specimens, collected in open areas at the Plains, July, 1920.
Geocoris uliginosus lateralis Fieber.
Wanakena, August 12, 1920, in the "old burn" back of the !Ranger School.
Phylegas abbreviatus (Uhler).
Four specimens, taken at the Plains, August 2, 1920.
Oedancala dorsalis (Say).
Wanakena, July, 1917, sweeping weeds and grasses.
Crophius disconotus (Say).
Numerous specimens, sweeping rank vegetation in open areas at the Plains, August, 1920.
Myodochus serripes Oliver. Wanakena., July, 1917.
Ligyrocoris diffusus (Uhler).
Very common in open areas: Barber Point, Plains, Wanakena and Conifer during the summers of 1917, 1919 and 1920.
Ligyrocoris contractus (Say).
This insect, like L. diffusus Uhl., could always be found on herbaceous plants in open areas at Barber Point, Plains, Conifer and Wanakena.
Perigenes constrictus (Say).
One specimen, collected at the Plains, August 29,1920.
Antillocoris pailidus One specimen, Wanakena, Aug. 1-7, 1917.
Stygnocoris rusticus Fallen.
Two specimens, Barber Point, August 1, 1917.
Eremocoris ferns (Say) (Plate 11, Fig. h).
Four specimens on yellow birch, Barber Point, July 21. 1919. One specimen, July, 1917, beneath the loose bark of a balsam stump at Wanakena. The latter specimen had just moulted and was not fully colored at the time of capture. Two specimens were taken at Conifer (September, 1917) beneath the loose bark of an old yellow birch stump by Mr. Johnson and the writer.