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MC 00285 Guide to the North Carolina State University Department of Entomology Drawings, 1926-2000 (bulk 1966-2000) (Bulk, 1966-2000)

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This series consists mainly of illustrations of insects in a variety of media, mainly drawings and paintings, as well as photographs, negatives, and slides, 1967-1990. The folders are arranged alphabetically, primarily by species common name. Also included with the illustrative material are printed materials and lecture notes. Taxonomic illustrations larger than legal size are contained in Series 2, Oversized Illustrations.
[Box 1, Folder 1] Alfalfa Weevil
[Box 1, Folder 2] Angoumois Grain Moth
[Box 1, Folder 3] Ants
[Box 1, Folder 4] Apple Aphid
[Box 1, Folder 5] Arborvitae Leaf Miner
[Box 1, Folder 6] Armored Scales
[Box 1, Folder 7] Army Cutworm
[Box 1, Folder 8] Armyworm
[Box 1, Folder 9] Asiatic Garden Beetle
[Box 1, Folder 10] Asparagus Aphid
[Box 1, Folder 11] Ataenius Spretulus
[Box 1, Folder 12] Azalea Bark Scale
[Box 1, Folder 13] Azalea Caterpillar
[Box 1, Folder 14] Azalea Lace Bug
[Box 1, Folder 15] Azalea Leaf Miner
[Box 1, Folder 16] Azalea Stem Borer
[Box 1, Folder 17] Azalea Whitefly
[Box 1, Folder 18] Bagworms
[Box 1, Folder 19] Balsam Twig Aphid
[Box 1, Folder 20] Balsam Wooly Aphid
[Box 1, Folder 21] Banded Greenhouse / Sugarbeet Thrips
[Box 1, Folder 22] Banded Wingless Whitefly
[Box 1, Folder 23] Banks Grass Mite
[Box 1, Folder 24] Bark Lice
[Box 1, Folder 25] Bean Aphid
[Box 1, Folder 26] Bean Leaf Beetle
[Box 2, Folder 1] Bedbug
[Box 2, Folder 2] Beet Armyworm
[Box 2, Folder 3] Beneficials
[Box 2, Folder 4] Bermuda Grass Mite
[Box 2, Folder 5] Bill Bugs
[Box 2, Folder 6] Birch / Willow / Sycamore Aphids
[Box 2, Folder 7] Birds
[Box 2, Folder 8] Biting Midge
[Box 2, Folder 9] Black Cutworm
[Box 2, Folder 10] Black Fly (Buffalo Gnat)
[Box 2, Folder 11] Black Garbage Fly
[Box 2, Folder 12] Black Soldier Fly
[Box 2, Folder 13] Black Turpentine Beetle
[Box 2, Folder 14] Black Vine Weevil
[Box 2, Folder 15] Black Walnut Curculio
[Box 2, Folder 16] Blister Beetles
[Box 2, Folder 17] Blowflies
[Box 2, Folder 18] Blueberry Bud Mite
[Box 2, Folder 19] Blueberry Maggot
[Box 3, Folder 1] Boll Weevil
[Box 3, Folder 2] Bollworm
[Box 3, Folder 3] Boxelder Bug
[Box 3, Folder 4] Boxwood Leaf Miner
[Box 3, Folder 5] Boxwood Psyllid
[Box 3, Folder 6] Boxwood Spider Mite
[Box 3, Folder 7] Broad Mite
[Box 3, Folder 8] Bronzed Cutworm
[Box 3, Folder 9] Brown Garden Snail
[Box 3, Folder 10] Brown Soft Scale
[Box 3, Folder 11] Brown Stink Bug
[Box 3, Folder 12] Browntail Moth
[Box 3, Folder 13] Brown Wheat Mite
[Box 3, Folder 14] Bugs
[Box 3, Folder 15] Bulb Flies
[Box 3, Folder 16] Bulb Mite
[Box 3, Folder 17] Burrowing Sod Webworm
[Box 3, Folder 18] Butternut Curculio
[Box 3, Folder 19] Cabbage Aphid
[Box 3, Folder 20] Cabbage Looper
[Box 3, Folder 21] Cabbage Maggot
[Box 3, Folder 22] Cabbage Webworm
[Box 3, Folder 23] Cactus Scale
[Box 3, Folder 24] Cadella
[Box 3, Folder 25] Camel Cricket
[Box 3, Folder 26] Carpenter Worm
[Box 3, Folder 27] Carrot Beetle
[Box 3, Folder 28] Caterpillars
[Box 3, Folder 29] Cattle Biting Louse
[Box 3, Folder 30] Cecidomyiid
[Box 3, Folder 31] Cerambycid
[Box 3, Folder 32] Cereal Leaf Beetle
[Box 3, Folder 33] Chaff Scale
[Box 3, Folder 34] Cherry Fruit Flies
[Box 4, Folder 1] Chicken Body Louse
[Box 4, Folder 2] Chiggers
[Box 4, Folder 3] Chinch Bug
[Box 4, Folder 4] Choristoneura
[Box 4, Folder 5] Chrysanthemum Aphid
[Box 4, Folder 6] Chrysanthemum Lace Bug
[Box 4, Folder 7] Cicada / Cicada Killer
[Box 4, Folder 8] Cigarette Beetle
[Box 4, Folder 9] Cinara Aphids
[Box 4, Folder 10] Citrus Black Fly
[Box 4, Folder 11] Citrus Bud Mite
[Box 4, Folder 12] Citrus Red Mite
[Box 4, Folder 13] Citrus Rust Mite
[Box 4, Folder 14] Citrus Whitefly
[Box 4, Folder 15] Clearwinged Grasshopper
[Box 4, Folder 16] Clover Leafhopper
[Box 4, Folder 17] Clover Leaf Weevil
[Box 4, Folder 18] Clover Mite
[Box 4, Folder 19] Clover Root Curculio
[Box 4, Folder 20] Codling Moth
[Box 4, Folder 21] Cockroaches
[Box 4, Folder 22] Coelioxys
[Box 4, Folder 23] Coleoptera
[Box 4, Folder 24] Collembola
[Box 4, Folder 25] Colorado Potato Beetle
[Box 4, Folder 26] Coloring Books, Entomological
[Box 4, Folder 27] Common Cattle Grub
[Box 4, Folder 28] Confused Flour Beetle
[Box 4, Folder 29] Corn Earworm
[Box 4, Folder 30] Corn Flea Beetle
[Box 4, Folder 31] Corn Root Aphid
[Box 5, Folder 1] Corn Wireworm
[Box 5, Folder 2] Cotton Fleahopper
[Box 5, Folder 3] Cotton Leaf Perforator
[Box 5, Folder 4] Cotton Leaf Worm
[Box 5, Folder 5] Cottony Cushion Scale
[Box 5, Folder 6] Cottony Maple Scale
[Box 5, Folder 7] Cowpea Aphid
[Box 5, Folder 8] Cowpea Curculio
[Box 5, Folder 9] Crab Louse
[Box 5, Folder 10] Crane Fly
[Box 5, Folder 11] Crape Myrtle Aphid
[Box 5, Folder 12] Crescent-Marked Lily Aphid
[Box 5, Folder 13] Crickets
[Box 5, Folder 14] Cross-Striped Cabbage Worm
[Box 5, Folder 15] Cutworms
[Box 5, Folder 16] Cyclamen Mite
[Box 5, Folder 17] Dectes Stem Borer
[Box 5, Folder 18] Deer Flies
[Box 5, Folder 19] Diamondback Moth
[Box 5, Folder 20] Diptera
[Box 5, Folder 21] Dobsonfly
[Box 5, Folder 22] Dogwood Borer
[Box 5, Folder 23] Dogwood Club Gall Midge
[Box 5, Folder 24] Dogwood Twig Borer
[Box 5, Folder 25] Drone Fly
[Box 5, Folder 26] Dump Fly
[Box 5, Folder 27] Dusky Birch Sawfly
[Box 5, Folder 28] Dusky Sap Beetle
[Box 5, Folder 29] Earwig
[Box 5, Folder 30] Earthworm
[Box 5, Folder 31] Eastern Field Wireworm
[Box 6, Folder 1] Eastern Spruce Gall Adelgid
[Box 6, Folder 2] Eggplant Flea Beetle
[Box 6, Folder 3] Eggplant Lace Bug
[Box 6, Folder 4] Elodes (Tenebrionidae)
[Box 6, Folder 5] Elm Bark Beetle
[Box 6, Folder 6] Elm Leaf Beetle
[Box 6, Folder 7] English Grain Aphid
[Box 6, Folder 8] Episimus
[Box 6, Folder 9] Eriophyid / Birch Willow Mite
[Box 6, Folder 10] Eulachnus
[Box 6, Folder 11] Euonymus Scale
[Box 6, Folder 12] European Chafer
[Box 6, Folder 13] European Corn Borer
[Box 6, Folder 14] European Earwig
[Box 6, Folder 15] European Pine Shoot Moth
[Box 6, Folder 16] European Red Mite
[Box 6, Folder 17] Eye Gnats
[Box 6, Folder 18] Face Fly
[Box 6, Folder 19] Fall Armyworm
[Box 6, Folder 20] Fall Cankerworm
[Box 6, Folder 21] Fall Webworm
[Box 6, Folder 22] False Spider Mites
[Box 6, Folder 23] False Stable Fly
[Box 6, Folder 24] Fern Scale
[Box 6, Folder 25] Flatheaded Appletree Borer
[Box 6, Folder 26] Fleas
[Box 6, Folder 27] Flea Beetle
[Box 6, Folder 28] Flesh Fly
[Box 6, Folder 29] Florida Fern Caterpillar
[Box 7, Folder 1] Florida Red Scale
[Box 7, Folder 2] Foxglove
[Box 7, Folder 3] Fruit Fly
[Box 7, Folder 4] Fuller Rose Beetle
[Box 7, Folder 5] Fungus Gnat
[Box 7, Folder 6] Galls (Cynipids)
[Box 7, Folder 7] Gall Mites
[Box 7, Folder 8] Garden Fleahopper
[Box 7, Folder 9] Geranium Aphid
[Box 7, Folder 10] Geranium Plume Moth
[Box 7, Folder 11] Giant African Snail
[Box 7, Folder 12] Giant Bark Aphid
[Box 7, Folder 13] Gladiolus Thrip
[Box 7, Folder 14] Gloomy Scale
[Box 7, Folder 15] Glover Scale
[Box 7, Folder 16] Granulate Cutworm
[Box 7, Folder 17] Grape Berry Moth
[Box 7, Folder 18] Grape Colaspis
[Box 7, Folder 19] Grape Flea Beetle
[Box 7, Folder 20] Grape Leaf Folder
[Box 7, Folder 21] Grape Phylloxera
[Box 7, Folder 22] Grape Root Borer
[Box 7, Folder 23] Grasshoppers
[Box 7, Folder 24] Greedy Scale
[Box 7, Folder 25] Greenbug
[Box 7, Folder 26] Green Cloverworm
[Box 7, Folder 27] Greenhouses
[Box 7, Folder 28] Greenhouse Leaftier
[Box 7, Folder 29] Greenhouse Thrips
[Box 7, Folder 30] Greenhouse Whitefly
[Box 7, Folder 31] Green June Beetle
[Box 8, Folder 1] Green Peach Aphid
[Box 8, Folder 2] Green Stink Bug
[Box 8, Folder 3] Greenstriped Mapleworm
[Box 8, Folder 4] Ground Beetle
[Box 8, Folder 5] Ground Pearl
[Box 8, Folder 6] Gypsy Moth
[Box 8, Folder 7] Hackberry Leaf Slug
[Box 8, Folder 8] Harlequin Bug
[Box 8, Folder 9] Hawthorn Lace Bug
[Box 8, Folder 10] Head and Body Louse
[Box 8, Folder 11] Hemiptera
[Box 8, Folder 12] Hemispherical Scale
[Box 8, Folder 13] Hemlock Looper
[Box 8, Folder 14] Hemlock Rust Mite
[Box 8, Folder 15] Hessian Fly
[Box 8, Folder 16] Hickory Gall Aphid
[Box 8, Folder 17] Hickory Horned Devil
[Box 8, Folder 18] Hickory Shuckworm
[Box 8, Folder 19] Hog Louse
[Box 8, Folder 20] Holly Leaf Miner
[Box 8, Folder 21] Homoptera
[Box 8, Folder 22] Hornets
[Box 8, Folder 23] Horn Fly
[Box 8, Folder 24] Horse Botfly
[Box 8, Folder 25] Horsefly
[Box 8, Folder 26] Housefly
[Box 8, Folder 27] Hunting Billbug
[Box 9, Folder 1] Hymenoptera (illustrations and text)
[Box 9, Folder 2] Hymenoptera (prints and transparencies)
[Box 9, Folder 3] Hymenoptera (mounted illustrations)
[Box 9, Folder 4] Imported Cabbageworm
[Box 9, Folder 5] Imported Willow Leaf Beetle
[Box 9, Folder 6] Indian Meal Moth
[Box 9, Folder 7] Indian Wax Scale
[Box 9, Folder 8] Introduced Pine Sawfly
[Box 9, Folder 9] Ips Beetle
[Box 9, Folder 10] Iris Borer
[Box 9, Folder 11] Itch Mite
[Box 9, Folder 12] Japanese Beetle
[Box 9, Folder 13] Juniper Webworm
[Box 9, Folder 14] Key (1)
[Box 9, Folder 15] Key (2)
[Box 9, Folder 16] Lace Bugs
[Box 9, Folder 17] Lacewings
[Box 9, Folder 18] Ladybugs
[Box 9, Folder 19] Larger Elm Leaf Beetles
[Box 9, Folder 20] Leaf Beetles
[Box 9, Folder 21] Leaf Crumpler
[Box 9, Folder 22] Leaffooted Bug
[Box 9, Folder 23] Leafhoppers (1)
[Box 10, Folder 1] Leafhoppers (2)
[Box 10, Folder 2] Leaf Miners
[Box 10, Folder 3] Lecanium Scales
[Box 10, Folder 4] Lepidoptera (text)
[Box 10, Folder 5] Lepidoptera (illustrations)
[Box 10, Folder 6] Lepidoptera (photographs)
[Box 10, Folder 7] Lesser Canna Leafroller
[Box 10, Folder 8] Lesser Cornstalk Borer
[Box 10, Folder 9] Lesser Grain Borer
[Box 10, Folder 10] Lesser Housefly
[Box 10, Folder 11] Lesser Mealworm
[Box 10, Folder 12] Lesser Snow Scale
[Box 10, Folder 13] Ligustrum Weevil
[Box 10, Folder 14] Lilac Borer
[Box 10, Folder 15] Lima Bean Vine Borer
[Box 10, Folder 16] Liriomyza Trifolii
[Box 10, Folder 17] Livestock
[Box 10, Folder 18] Locust Borer
[Box 10, Folder 19] Locust Leaf Miner
[Box 10, Folder 20] Locust Twig Borer
[Box 10, Folder 21] Loxostege Webworm
[Box 10, Folder 22] Lygus Bug
[Box 11, Folder 1] Lysiphlebus Wasp (Stinging Aphid)
[Box 11, Folder 2] Magnolia Scale
[Box 11, Folder 3] Mammals
[Box 11, Folder 4] Maple Bladder Gall
[Box 11, Folder 5] Maple Eyespot Gall
[Box 11, Folder 6] March Fly
[Box 11, Folder 7] May Beetle (White Grub)
[Box 11, Folder 8] Mediterranean Fruit Fly
[Box 11, Folder 9] Mealybugs
[Box 11, Folder 10] Meadow Spittlebug
[Box 11, Folder 11] Megaloptera
[Box 11, Folder 12] Melon Aphid
[Box 11, Folder 13] Mexican Bean Beetle
[Box 11, Folder 14] Mexican Fruit Fly
[Box 11, Folder 15] Millipede / Centipede
[Box 11, Folder 16] Mimosa Webworm
[Box 11, Folder 17] Miscellaneous
[Box 11, Folder 18] Mites
[Box 11, Folder 19] Mole Cricket
[Box 11, Folder 20] Monochamus
[Box 11, Folder 21] Mosquitos
[Box 11, Folder 22] Morning Cloak Butterfly
[Box 11, Folder 23] Nantucket Pine Tip Moth
[Box 12, Folder 1] Nematodes (Roundworms)
[Box 12, Folder 2] Northern Corn Rootworm
[Box 12, Folder 3] Northern Fowl Mite
[Box 12, Folder 4] Neuroptera
[Box 12, Folder 5] Oak Leaf Miner
[Box 12, Folder 6] One-Page Handouts (originals)
[Box 12, Folder 7] One-Page Handouts (duplicates)
[Box 12, Folder 8] Onion Thrips
[Box 12, Folder 9] Orange-Striped Oakworm
[Box 12, Folder 10] Oystershell Scale
[Box 12, Folder 11] Palestriped Flea Beetle
[Box 12, Folder 12] Pale Western Cutworm
[Box 12, Folder 13] Pales Weevil
[Box 12, Folder 14] Parsleyworm
[Box 12, Folder 15] Pea Aphid
[Box 12, Folder 16] Peachtree Borer
[Box 12, Folder 17] Pecan Leaf Casebearer
[Box 12, Folder 18] Pecan Nut Casebearer
[Box 12, Folder 19] Pecan Shuckworm
[Box 12, Folder 20] Pecan Weevil
[Box 12, Folder 21] Peony Scale
[Box 12, Folder 22] Pepper Maggot
[Box 12, Folder 23] Pepper Weevil
[Box 12, Folder 24] Persimmon Borer
[Box 12, Folder 25] Phylloxeridae
[Box 12, Folder 26] Pickleworm / Melonworm
[Box 12, Folder 27] Pillbugs / Sowbugs
[Box 12, Folder 28] Pine Bark Adelgid
[Box 12, Folder 29] Pine Needle Scale
[Box 12, Folder 30] Pine Spittlebug
[Box 12, Folder 31] Pine Tortoise Scale
[Box 12, Folder 32] Plant Bugs
[Box 12, Folder 33] Planthoppers
[Box 12, Folder 34] Platynota (Leafroller)
[Box 13, Folder 1] Plum Curculio
[Box 13, Folder 2] Plume Moth
[Box 13, Folder 3] Poplar Tentmaker
[Box 13, Folder 4] Potato Aphid
[Box 13, Folder 5] Potato Flea Beetle
[Box 13, Folder 6] Potato Leafhopper
[Box 13, Folder 7] Potato Tuberworm
[Box 13, Folder 8] Poultry Mites
[Box 13, Folder 9] Praying Mantis
[Box 13, Folder 10] Privet Rust Mite
[Box 13, Folder 11] Purple Scale
[Box 13, Folder 12] Redbanded Leafroller
[Box 13, Folder 13] Redbud Leafroller
[Box 13, Folder 14] Redheaded Pine Sawfly
[Box 13, Folder 15] Redhumped Caterpillar
[Box 13, Folder 16] Red Scale
[Box 13, Folder 17] Rhabdopterous Beetle
[Box 13, Folder 18] Rhodesgrass Scale
[Box 13, Folder 19] Rhododendron Borer
[Box 13, Folder 20] Rhododendron Lace Bug
[Box 13, Folder 21] Rhododendron Tip Midge
[Box 13, Folder 22] Rice Weevil
[Box 13, Folder 23] Rodents
[Box 13, Folder 24] Rose Aphid
[Box 13, Folder 25] Rose Chafer
[Box 13, Folder 26] Rose Midge
[Box 13, Folder 27] Roundheaded Appletree Borer
[Box 13, Folder 28] Salt-Marsh Caterpillar
[Box 13, Folder 29] Salt-Marsh Mosquito
[Box 13, Folder 30] San Jose Scale
[Box 13, Folder 31] Sand Flies
[Box 13, Folder 32] Sawtoothed Grain Beetle
[Box 13, Folder 33] Scab Mite
[Box 13, Folder 34] Scale (conversion, to metric)
[Box 13, Folder 35] Scarab Beetle
[Box 13, Folder 36] Scoliidae
[Box 13, Folder 37] Seedcorn Maggot
[Box 13, Folder 38] Serpentine Leaf Miner
[Box 13, Folder 39] Sheep Botfly
[Box 13, Folder 40] Sheep Ked
[Box 13, Folder 41] Shoreflies
[Box 13, Folder 42] Slugs and Snails
[Box 13, Folder 43] Sod Webworm
[Box 13, Folder 44] Soldier Beetle
[Box 14, Folder 1] Solitary Oak Leaf Miner
[Box 14, Folder 2] Sorghum Midge
[Box 14, Folder 3] Sorghum Webworm
[Box 14, Folder 4] Southern Armyworm
[Box 14, Folder 5] Southern Corn Rootworm
[Box 14, Folder 6] Southern Cornstalk Borer
[Box 14, Folder 7] Southern Pine Beetle
[Box 14, Folder 8] Southern Red Mite
[Box 14, Folder 9] Southwestern Corn Borer
[Box 14, Folder 10] Soybean Looper
[Box 14, Folder 11] Spider Mites
[Box 14, Folder 12] Spiders
[Box 14, Folder 13] Spittlebugs
[Box 14, Folder 14] Spinach Flea Beetle
[Box 14, Folder 15] Spring Rose Beetle
[Box 14, Folder 16] Spruce Spider Mite
[Box 14, Folder 17] Squash Bug
[Box 14, Folder 18] Squash Vine Borer
[Box 14, Folder 19] Stable Fly
[Box 14, Folder 20] Stalk Borers
[Box 14, Folder 21] Stilt Bug
[Box 14, Folder 22] Stinging Caterpillars
[Box 14, Folder 23] Stink Bugs
[Box 14, Folder 24] Strawberry Crown Borer
[Box 14, Folder 25] Strawberry Root Aphid
[Box 14, Folder 26] Strawberry Root Weevil
[Box 14, Folder 27] Striped Cucumber Beetle
[Box 14, Folder 28] Striped Flea Beetle
[Box 14, Folder 29] Striped Ground Cricket
[Box 14, Folder 30] Studies, Graduate (NCSU Entomology Department)
[Box 14, Folder 31] Suckfly
[Box 15, Folder 1] Sugarcane Beetle
[Box 15, Folder 2] Sugarcane Borer
[Box 15, Folder 3] Sugarcane Rootstock Borer Weevil
[Box 15, Folder 4] Sweet Potato Hornworm
[Box 15, Folder 5] Sweet Potato Weevil
[Box 15, Folder 6] Sweet Potato Whitefly
[Box 15, Folder 7] Sycamore Casebearing Beetle
[Box 15, Folder 8] Sycamore Lace Bug
[Box 15, Folder 9] Syrphid Fly
[Box 15, Folder 10] Tea Scale
[Box 15, Folder 11] Telenomus
[Box 15, Folder 12] Tent Caterpillars
[Box 15, Folder 13] Termites
[Box 15, Folder 14] Threecornered Alfalfa Hopper
[Box 15, Folder 15] Thrips (small prints and transparencies)
[Box 15, Folder 16] Thrips (large prints and transparencies)
[Box 15, Folder 17] Thrips (illustrations)
[Box 15, Folder 18] Ticks
[Box 15, Folder 19] Tiger Beetles
[Box 15, Folder 20] Tobacco Budworm
[Box 15, Folder 21] Tobacco Flea Beetle
[Box 15, Folder 22] Tobacco Hornworm
[Box 15, Folder 23] Tobacco Moth
[Box 15, Folder 24] Tobacco Thrip
[Box 15, Folder 25] Tomato Hornworm
[Box 16, Folder 1] Tomato Pinworm
[Box 16, Folder 2] Tortoise Beetles
[Box 16, Folder 3] Tufted Apple Budworm
[Box 16, Folder 4] Tulip Bulb Aphid
[Box 16, Folder 5] Turnip Aphid
[Box 16, Folder 6] Tussock Moth
[Box 16, Folder 7] Twig Girdler
[Box 16, Folder 8] Twobanded Japanese Weevil
[Box 16, Folder 9] Two-Spotted Spidermite
[Box 16, Folder 10] Variegated Cutworm
[Box 16, Folder 11] Vegetable Weevil
[Box 16, Folder 12] Velvet Ant (Cow Killer)
[Box 16, Folder 13] Velvetbean Caterpillar
[Box 16, Folder 14] Vinegar Fly
[Box 16, Folder 15] Walnut Caterpillar
[Box 16, Folder 16] Walnut Husk Fly
[Box 16, Folder 17] Wasps
[Box 16, Folder 18] Western Corn Rootworm
[Box 16, Folder 19] Western Flower Thrips (text and illustrations)
[Box 16, Folder 20] Western Flower Thrips (photographs and mounted illustrations)
[Box 16, Folder 21] Wheat Stem Maggot
[Box 16, Folder 22] Wheat Stem Sawfly
[Box 16, Folder 23] Wheat Wireworm
[Box 16, Folder 24] Wheel Bug
[Box 16, Folder 25] Whitefly
[Box 17, Folder 1] Whitefringed Beetle
[Box 17, Folder 2] White Peach Scale
[Box 17, Folder 3] White Pine Aphid
[Box 17, Folder 4] White Pine Weevil
[Box 17, Folder 5] Wild Bees
[Box 17, Folder 6] Wild Cherry Pouch Gall
[Box 17, Folder 7] Willow Sawfly
[Box 17, Folder 8] Winter Grain Mite
[Box 17, Folder 9] Wireworms
[Box 17, Folder 10] Wooly Alder Aphid
[Box 17, Folder 11] Wooly Apple Aphid
[Box 17, Folder 12] Wooly Pine Scale
[Box 17, Folder 13] Wooly Whitefly
[Box 17, Folder 14] Yaupon Psyllid
[Box 17, Folder 15] Yellow Jacket
[Box 17, Folder 16] Yellownecked Caterpillar
[Box 17, Folder 17] Yellow Scale
[Box 17, Folder 18] Yellowstriped Armyworm
[Box 17, Folder 19] Yellow Sugarcane Aphid
[Box 17, Folder 20] Yellow Woolybear
This series contains nearly all illustrative material 11 x 17 in. or larger, and is comprised of three subseries: Leafhopper 1, Leafhopper 2, and General Entomology Illustrations. The first two subseries, consisting of over 900 figure groupings on matte board, are taxonomic illustrations of species of the order Homoptera, 1970-1980. The third subseries, over 400 more figures in a similar format, contains various entomological illustrations, ranging from pest control equipment to insect morphology, 1970-1980.
Leafhopper 1, 1970-1980
[Flat Box 18] Figures 1-150
[Flat Box 19] Figures 151-299
[Flat Box 20] Figures 300-499
[Oversize Flat Box 21] Figures 450-598
[Flat Box 22] Figures 599-750
[Flat Box 23] Figures 751-905
Leafhopper 2, 1970-1980
[Box 24] Figures 1-200
[Box 25] Figures 201-419
General Entomology Illustrations, 1970-1990
[Box 26] Figures
[Box 27] Figures
This series is comprised of two subseries: Publications, and Correspondence and Videotape. The first subseries primarily contains entomological publications edited (or coedited) and authored (or coauthored) by Baker, the curator of the collection, and published by the North Carolina Agricultural Extension Service (later Cooperative Extension Service), 1973-2000. These are pest control manuals, as well as copies of a pest control informational serial, "Ornamentals and Turf Insect Notes." Included with these publications is correspondence regarding revised editions prepared by Baker. Also in this subseries are other professional writings, including some unpublished papers, by Baker, 1968-1994. The second subseries contains correspondence of Baker regarding professional publications and taxonomy, nearly all while he was a research assistant at North Carolina State University and a research fellow at the University of Kansas, 1966-1975. Also included in this subseries is a VHS-format videocassette tape, "Documental Control Integrado de la Vinchuca," an informational video about control of the vinchuca, or South American kissing bug, produced by the Instituto de Investigacones Agricolas, Universidad Autonoma Gabriel Rene Moreno, Santa Cruz de la Sierra, Bolivia, 1998.
Publications, 1973-2000
[Box 28, Folder 1] Insect and Related Pests of Flowers and Foliage Plants (AG-136) (revised), 1994
[Box 28, Folder 2] Insect and Related Pests of Flowers and Foliage Plants (AG-136), 1984
[Box 28, Folder 3] Insect and Related Pests of Flowers and Foliage Plants (AG-136): General Correspondence, 1978-1996
[Box 28, Folder 4] Insect and Related Pests of Shrubs (AG-189): General Correspondence, 1979-1988
[Box 28, Folder 5] Insect Control on Ornamental Plants in and Around the House (AG-217), 1981
[Box 28, Folder 6] "Insect Control on Ornamental Plants in and Around the House" (Circular 561), 1973-1975
[Box 28, Folder 7] "Insect Control on Ornamental Plants in and Around the House" (Circular 561): General Correspondence, 1973, undated
[Box 28, Folder 8] Insect and Other Pests Associated with Turf (AG-268), 1982
[Box 28, Folder 9] Insect and Other Pests Associated with Turf (AG-268): General Correspondence, 1979-1982, 1996
[Box 28, Folder 10] Insect and Related Pests of North Carolina Field Crops (AG-271): General Correspondence, 1982
[Box 28, Folder 11] Insect and Other Pests of People and Animals (AG-369) (revised), 2000
[Box 28, Folder 12] Insect and Other Pests of Man and Animals (AG-369), 1986
[Box 28, Folder 13] Insect and Other Pests of People and Animals (AG-369): General Correspondence, 1984-1999
[Box 28, Folder 14] Master Gardener Insect Guide for Ornamentals and Turf (AG-433) (revised), 1990
[Box 28, Folder 15] Master Gardener Insect Guide for Ornamentals and Turf (AG-433), 1987
[Box 28, Folder 16] Woody Ornamental Mites and Insects in Western North Carolina (no number), 1988
[Box 28, Folder 17] "Ornamentals and Turf Insect Notes" (Nos. 1-20), 1974-1985
[Box 28, Folder 18] "Ornamentals and Turf Insect Notes" (Nos. 21-40), 1977-1983
[Box 28, Folder 19] "Ornamentals and Turf Insect Notes" (Nos. 41-60), 1983-1984
[Box 28, Folder 20] "Ornamentals and Turf Insect Notes" (Nos. 61-70), 1983-1986
[Box 28, Folder 21] "Ornamentals and Turf Insect Notes" (Nos. 1-35) (revised), 1994-1997
[Box 28, Folder 22] "Ornamentals and Turf Insect Notes" (Nos. 36-70) (revised), 1994-1999
[Box 29, Folder 1] "Ornamentals and Turf Insect Notes" (Nos. 71-108), 1994-1997
[Box 29, Folder 2] Other Professional Writings, 1968-1975
[Box 29, Folder 3] Other Professional Writings, 1987, undated
[Box 29, Folder 4] Other Professional Writings, 1991-1994
Correspondence and Videotape, 1966-1975, 1998
[Box 29, Folder 5] General Correspondence, 1966-1967
[Box 29, Folder 6] General Correspondence, 1968-1975
[Box 29, Folder 1] "Documental Control Integrado de la Vinchuca", 1998
[Box 29, Folder 7] "Documental Control Integrado de la Vinchuca" videotape, 1998
VHS, Duración 21'40"
A copy of this VHS must be made prior to patron use.
[Box 17, Folder 22] Entomological Nomenclature and Literature / W. J. Chamberlin, inscribed "To Mr. J. G. Baker Compliments of W. J. Chamberlin" and letter from W. J. Chamberlin to Gerard Baker, University Library, Urbana, Illinois, 1941
[Box 17, Folder 23] Entomological Nomenclature and Literature / W. J. Chamberlin inscribed "Compliments of the Author W. J. C." [2nd ed.], 1945
[Box 17, Folder 24] Guide to the Insects of Connecticut. Part VI. The Diptera or True Flies. Fifth Fascicle: Midges and Gnats, State of Connecticut, State Geological and Natural History Survey Bulletin No. 80, 1952
[Box 17, Folder 21] Insect and Disease Control in the Flower Garden / E. K. Wade, J. M. Wright, L. M. Berninger, University of Wisconsin Extention Service, Circular 592, March 1961
[Box 29, Folder 8] Naturalist's Lexicon / Compiled by Robert S. Woods, 1944
[Box 29, Folder 9] Revision of the Scale-Insects of Florida / G. B. Merrill, State Plant Board of Florida, Bulletin 1, January 1953
[Box 17, Folder 21] Soft Scales Injurious to Deciduous Ornamentals / E. I. McDaniel, Agricultural Experiment Station, Michigan State College of Agriculture and Applied Science, Circular Bulletin No. 133, April 1930
[Box 17, Folder 21] Water and Water Solutions of Organizc Compounds as Dips for the Soil of Potted Plants Infested with the Japanese Beetle / Walter E. Fleming, Reprinted from Journal of Agricultural Research, Vol. 33, No. 9, November 1, 1926, 1926

Quantity

16.0 Linear feet

General Physical Description note

19 archival boxes, 10 archival flat boxes

Location

For current information on the location of these materials, please consult the Special Collections Research Center Reference Staff external link.

Language

English

Acquisitions Information

Transferred by the North Carolina State University Department of Entomology, 2000.

Processing

Processed by: Chris Knodel and Will Andersen;machine-readable finding aid created by: Will Andersen

Scope and Content Note

The North Carolina State University Entomology Department Drawings Drawings and Papers is principally a compilation of taxonomic illustrations of thousands of species of insects, 1967-1990. The illustrations are in a variety of media, mainly drawings and paintings (in pencil, pen and ink, pastel, and acrylic; on paper and plastic transparencies), as well as photographs, negatives, and slides. Most were produced in the 1970s by members of the entomology faculty and independent artists hired by the department.

This collection also contains entomological publications, 1926-2000, primarily of the North Carolina Agricultural Extension Service (later Cooperative Extension Service), edited and authored by James R. Baker, who was a researcher and professor of entomology at North Carolina State University from 1972 to 2000, and curator of the collection. These publications are mainly pest control manuals, as well as copies of a pest control informational serials. Also included is early professional correspondence of Baker regarding entomological publications and taxonomy, 1966-1975, and a videotape, 1988.

Historical Note

The illustrations in the North Carolina State University Entomology Drawings and Papers, depicting thousands of species of insects and their taxonomy, were created or collected by the NCSU Entomology Department from 1967 to 1990. Rendered through a variety of processes, they were produced by independent artists hired by the Entomology Department, members of the entomology faculty, and the United States Department of Agriculture. James R. Baker (1941- ) was curator of the collection during his career as researcher and professor of entomology at the university from 1972 to 2000. He received a B.S. (1966) and M.S. (1968) from N.C. State, and a Ph.D. from the University of Kansas (1972).

Most of the illustrations in the collection were executed for the Entomology Department in the 1970s by five artists: Ponglerd Kooaroon, Susan Van Gieson, James Wilcox, Lewis L. Deitz, and James Baker. The illustrations by Kooaroon, an architecture graduate student at North Carolina State, are drawings in Prismacolor pencil on coquille paper, in addition to paintings in acrylic. Van Gieson, a local artist, also painted in acrylic, and did renderings in pen and ink. Wilcox used radiograph pens and mastered the stippling technique in his illustrations. Both Baker and Deitz, another entomology faculty member, employed various drawing and painting techniques, Deitz particularly concentrating on radiography.

Access to Collection

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[Identification of item], North Carolina State University Department of Entomology Drawings and Papers, MC 00285, Special Collections Research Center, North Carolina State University Libraries, Raleigh, NC

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