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Smith, H. S.  1912.  The chalcidoid genus Perilampus and its relations to the problem of parasite introduction.  U. S. Dept. Agr. Tech. Ser. 19:, Pt. IV:  33-69.

 

Smith, H. S.  1916a.  Progress of the Sicilian mealybug parasite.  Calif. State Comn. Hort., Monthly Bull. 5:  349-50.

 

Smith, H. S.  1916b.  An attempt to redefine the host relationships exhibited by entomophagous insects.  J. Econ. Ent. 9:  477-86.

 

Smith, H. S.  1917a.  On the life history and successful introduction into the United States of the Sicilian mealybug parasite.  J. Econ. Ent. 10:  262-68.

 

Smith, H. S.  1917b.  Insect parasites and predators as adjuncts in the control of mealybugs.  Calif. State Comn. Hort., Monthly Bull. 6:  108-14.

 

Smith, H. S.  1917.  The habit of leaf oviposition among the parasitic Hymenoptera.  Psyche 24:  63-8.

 

Smith, H. S.  1919.  On some phases of insect control by the biological method.  J. Econ. Ent. 12:  288-92.

 

Smith, H. S.  1921.  Biological control of the black scale in California.  Bull. Calif. Dept. Agr. 10:  127-37.

 

Smith, H. S.  1923.  The successful introduction and establishment of the ladybird, Scymnus binaevatus Mulsant, in California.  J. Econ. Ent. 16:  516-518.

 

Smith, H. S.  1929a.  Multiple parasitism:  its relation to the biological control of insect pests.  Bull. Ent. Res. 20:  141-9.

 

Smith, H. S.  1929b.  The utilization of entomophagous insects in the control of citrus pests.  Trans. 4th Internatl. Congr. Ent. 2:  191-8.

 

Smith, H. S.  1931.  Is citrophilus mealybug under permanent control?  Calif. Citrog. 16:  427-28.

 

Smith, H. S.  1933.  The influence of civilization on the insect fauna through purposeful introductions.  Ann. Ent. Soc. Amer. 26:  518-25.

 

Smith, H. S.  1934.  University of California to continue red scale parasite search.  Calif. Citrog. 19:  263, 280-82.

 

Smith, H. S.  1935.  The role of biotic factors in the determination of population densities.  J. Econ. Ent. 28:  873-98.

 

Smith, H. S.  1939.  Insect populations in relation to biological control.  Ecol. Monog. 9(2):  311-20.

 

Smith, H. S.  1941.  Racial segregation in insect populations and its significance in applied entomology.  J. Econ. Ent. 34:  1-13.

 

Smith, H. S.  1942a.  Biological control of the black scale.  Calif. Citrograph 27:  266, 290-1.

 

Smith, H. S.  1942b.  A race of Comperiella bifasciata successfully parasitizes California red scale.  J. Econ. Ent. 35:  809-12.

 

Smith, H. S.  1944.  Julian Huxley on evolution.  Ecology 25:  477-79.

 

Smith, H. S.  1945.  Cost of producing Macrocentrus by the potato-tuberworm method.  J. Econ. Ent. 38:  316-19.

 

Smith, H. S.  1946.  The biological control program in relation to California agriculture.  Calif. Citrograph 31:  414, 452.

 

Smith, H. S.  1947.  Biological control of weeds in the United States.  Wash. Ent. Soc. Proc. 49:  169-70.

 

Smith, H. S.  1948.  Biological control of insect pests, p. 276-320.  In:  C. P. Clausen (ed.), Biological Control of Citrus Insects, Vol. IV.  The Citrus Industry, W. E. Reuther, E. C. Calaran & G. E. Carman (eds.), University of California, Div. Agr. Sci., Berkeley.

 

Smith, H. S.  1949.  A race of Comperiella bifasciata successfully parasitizes California red scale.  J. Econ. Ent. 35:  809-12.

 

Smith, H. S.  1955.  Ecological aspects of insect population dynamics.  Unpug. Manuscript.  Presented as a symposium paper before the Ent. Soc. Amer., Cincinnati, Ohio, 1955.

 

Smith, H. S. & H. M. Armitage.  1920.  Biological control of mealybugs in California.  Bull. Calif. Dept. Agr. 9:  103-58.

 

Smith, H. S. & H. M. Armitage.  1920.  Biological control of mealybugs in California.  Calif. Dept. Agr. Mon. Bull. 9:  104-58.

 

Smith, H. S. & H. M. Armitage.  1926.  Biological control of mealybugs in California.  Calif. St. Dept. Agr. Mon. Bull. 9:  104-64.

 

Smith, H. S. & H. M. Armitage.  1931.  The biological control of mealybugs attacking citrus.  Calif. Agr. Exp. Sta. Bull. 509.  74 p.

 

Smith, H. S. & H. Compere.  1916.  Observations on the Lestophonus, a dipterous parasite of the cottony cushion scale.  Bull. Calif. Dept. Agr. 5:  384-90.

 

Smith, H. S. & H. Compere.  1920.  The life history and successful introduction into California of the black scale parasite Aphycus lounsburyi How.  Calif. State Dept. Agr. Monthly Bull. 9:  310-20.

 

Smith, H. S. & H. Compere.  1926.  The establishment in California of Coccophagus modestus Silv. (Aphelinidae, Hymenoptera) with notes on its life history.  Calif. Univ. Pub. Ent. 4:  51-61.

 

Smith, H. S. & H. Compere.  1928a.  A preliminary report on the insect parasites of the black scale, Saissetia oleae (Bernard).  Calif. Univ. Pub. Ent. 4:  231-34.

 

Smith, H. S. & H. Compere.  1928b.  The introduction of new insect enemies of the citrophilus mealybug from Australia.  J. Econ. Ent. 21:  664-69.

 

Smith, H. S. & H. Compere.  1929.  New insect enemies of the citrophilus mealybug from Australia.  Bull. Calif. Dept. Agr. 18:  214-18.

 

Smith, H. S. & H. Compere.  1931a.  An imported parasite attacks the yellow scale.  Calif. Citrog. 16:  328.

 

Smith, H. S. & H. Compere.  1931b.  Introduced parasites successfully control the Citrophilus mealybug.  J. Econ. Ent. 24:  942-45.

 

Smith, H. S. & H. Compere.  1931c.  Notes on Ophelosia crawfordi.  J. Econ. Ent. 24:  1109-10.

 

Smith, H. S. & P. DeBach.  1942.  The measurement of the effect of entomophagous insects on population densities of their hosts.  J. Econ. Ent. 35:  845-9.

 

Smith, H. S. & P. DeBach.  1953.  Artificial infestation of plants with pest insects as an aid in biological control.  Proc. 7th Pacific Sci. Congr. (1949) 4:  255-9. 

 

Smith, H. S. & S. E. Flanders.  1913.  Is Trichogramma becoming a fad?  J. Econ. Ent. 24:  666-72.

 

Smith, H. S. & S. E. Flanders.  1948.  Search for parasites of red scale is reoriented.  Calif. Citrog. 34:  4, 17-18, 20. 

 

Smith, H. S. & S. E. Flanders.  1949.  Recent introductions of entomophagous insects into California.  J. Econ. Ent. 42:  995.

 

Smith, H. S. & S. E. Flanders.  1950.  Pest parasites from China.  Citrus Leaves 30:  6-7, 18.

 

Smith, H. S. & E. J. Vosler.  1914.  Calliephialtes in California.  Calif. State Comn. Hort., Monthly Bull. 3:  195-211.