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Benjamin Dann Walsh
(1808–1869)
English-born American entomologist.
Benjamin Dann Walsh

WorksEdit

  • (1861) Insects injurious to vegetation in Illinois
  • (1864) On dimorphism in the hymenopterous genus Cynips
  • (1864) On certain entomological speculations of the New England school of naturalists
  • (1865) On phytophagic varieties and phytophagic species, with remarks on the unity of coloration in insects
  • (1866) Imported insects; the gooseberry saw-fly
  • (1867) On the insects, coleopterous, hymenopterous, and dipterous, inhabiting the galls of certain species of willow
  • (1867) First annual report on the noxious insects of the state of Illinois
  • (1867) The apple-worm and the apple-maggot
  • (1868) The periodical cicada (with Riley)
  • (1869) Imitative butterflies (with Riley)

TranslationsEdit

  • The Comedies of Aristophanes, 3 vols. [only vol. I published] (1837)


 

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