Pest Control magazine

Articles (268) in Pest Control magazine (previously simply Pests and then Pests and their Control) dealing with stored-product protection were included in “A review of stored-product entomology information sources” and the following list has an additional 170 articles. Most of the articles are about insects, but a few articles about microbial and vertebrate pests of stored products are included. In 2007, Pest Control magazine changed its name to Pest Management Professional so both are included in the list.

Anderson, J.  (1983). Confused flour beetle. Pest Control 51(12): 48.

Anonymous. (1933). Mothproofing, what is the industry doing about it? Pest Control 1(11): 7.

Anonymous. (1934). Mothproofing Pest Control 2(3): 10.

Anonymous. (1936). Moths. Pest Control 4(4): 8.

Anonymous. (1941). Moth proof test revived. Pest Control 9(7): 14.

Anonymous. (1947). Quartermaster corps installing vacuum fumigation equipment …. Pest Control 15(4): 28.

Anonymous. (1953). There’s business in the breadbasket. Pest Control, 21(8): 20, 22.

Anonymous. (1954). Here’s what newly-found khapra beetle looks like. Pest Control 22(11): 9, 18.

Anonymous. (1956). “Pot of gold” in the grain belt, a two-part report covering: Changing farm situation – new business for the PCO, most common stored grain problems – how to solve them. Pest Control 24(4): 16, 17, 19-20, 22, 24, 56-16, 17, 19-20, 22, 24, 56.

Anonymous. (1956). Backsliding grain mill sanitation forcing FDA inspectors to step up activity in ’57. Pest Control 24(12): 30, 32-30, 32.

Anonymous. (1956). Inside and outside bin applications increase chances for successful fumigation of farm-stored grain. Pest Control 24(5): 28-30.

Anonymous. (1956). PCO inspection check list for food grain elevator. Pest Control 24(5): 22.

Anonymous. (1958). Using industrial vacuum cleaners in pest control sanitation service. Pest Control 26(12): 22, 24-22, 24.

Anonymous. (1961). The webbing clothes moth. Pest Control 29(12): 56.

Anonymous. (1963). Off limits to insecticides. Pest Control 31(7): 14, 16, 18, 20, 62.

Anonymous. (1963). Stowaway khapra beetle provide Cleveland USDA men large tarp job. Pest Control 31(11): 25.

Anonymous. (1966). Stored grain pests doomed by polluted air, USDA says. Pest Control 34(7): 52, 54.

Anonymous. (1967). Buffalo moths? What are they? Pest Control 35(4): 44.

Anonymous. (1967). Midges, beetles, flies in calif. vector views. Pest Control 35(10): 84, 106.

Anonymous. (1968). Black carpet beetle attractant identified Pest Control, 36(4), 64.

Anonymous. (1969). Khapra beetle fumigation by western. Pest Control, 37(11), 23, 26.

Anonymous. (1978). The supermarket market, the in-house sanitarian’s view. Pest Control, 46(6), 20, 22, 24.

Anonymous. (1979). New insecticide to protect foreign food shipments. Pest Control, 47(6), 54.

Anonymous. (1979). Pictorial review of fabric insect pests. Pest Control, 47(4), 14,16,18,19, 20, 22, 23, 24, 26, 27, 28.

Anonymous. (1980). Alternatives to control chemicals for stored products pests. Pest Control, 48(5), 26.

Anonymous. (1981). Close-up: The furniture carpet beetle. Pest Control, 49(11), 84.

Anonymous. (1981). Saw-toothed grain beetle. Pest Control, 49(10), 73.

Anonymous. (1982). Rodenticide triggers rat sterility. Pest Control, 50(2), 16.

Anonymous (1954). Grain-pest detectors. Pest Control, 22(6), 30, 58-30, 58.

Anonymous. (1990). Less pesticide residues on food. Pest Control, 59(1), 52, 56.

Anonymous. (1995). Rentokil saves paintings with nitrogen treatment. Pest Control, 63(6), 51.

Anonymous. (1995). Ted granovsky points out how IPM can reduce PCO callbacks. Pest Control, 63(1), 18, 22, 26.

Anonymous. (1996). Methyl bromide gets phase-out revision. Pest Control, 64(2), 28.

Anonymous. (2000). Cigarette beetle. Pest Control, 68(9), 88.

Anonymous. (2002). Betwitching the beetles. Pest Control, 70(5), 38-39.

Anonymous. (2002). Bewitching the beetles. Pest Control, 70(5), 38-39.

Anonymous. (2002). Plaster beetles invade operating rooms. Pest Control, 70(2), 58.

Anonymous. (2003). Flat grain beetle. Pest Control, 71(5), 80.

Anonymous. (2004). Pest mystery. Pest Control, 72(1), 42.

Anonymous. (2006). Powder post beetles. Pest Control, 74(4), 23.

Anonymous. (2006). Studies show value of moth suppression traps. Pest Control, 74(5), 14.

Anonymous. (2011). Bird-X. Pest Management Professional, 79(9), 113.

Anonymous. (2011). Did you know? stored product pests. Pest Management Professional, 79(12), 60.

Anonymous. (2011). Whole grain and seed pests. Pest Management Professional, 79(8), 46.

Anonymous. (2013). Tips & tricks food plant/stored product pests. Pest Management Professional, 81(2), 78.

Back, E. A. (1938). The moth problem. Pest Control, 6(8), 14-15.

Back, E. A. (1939). Psocids in dwellings. Pest Control, 7(6), 8-10.

Back, E. A. (1946). Psocids in dwellings. Pest Control, 14(11), 26, 28, 30.

Baker, R. (2010). Trapper Ron. Pest Management Professional, 78(4), 68.

Becker, W. B. (1956). Common insect damage to wood seen in buildings in the northeast. Pest Control, 25(2), 9-10, 12, 14, 16, 19.

Bello, P. J. (2012). Rodent control in high-security facilities. Pest Management Professional, (6), 70-78.

Bennett, G. W. and E. S. Runstrom. (1979). New developments in pest control insecticides. Pest Control, (6), 14-20.

Bergmann, S. (2010). Contractors can benefit your bird bussiness. Pest Management Professional, 78(5), 52-53.

Berninghaus, J. A. (1937). Chemical attack routs clothes moths. Pest Control, 5(4), 14-15.

Berns, R. E. (1958). Straw meal moth. Pest Control, 26(11), 16.

Blum, S. (1998). What should you do when webbing clothes moths `materialize’ in an account? Pest Control, 66(10), 70-73.

Botta, G. (2010). Pest management in a restaurant: To truly get the situation under control, restaurant owners need to understand why they have pests. Pest Management Professional, 78(1), 36-41.

Brazzel, J. R. (1959). How to control silverfish, clothes moths, carpet beetles. Pest Control, 27(1), 30, 32-33.

Bry, R. E. et al. (1973). Toxicity of resmethrin to carpet beetles and clothes moths. Pest Control, 4(11), 32-47.

Bry, R. E., Boatright, R. E., Laing, J. H. and Simmonaitis, R. A. (1979). Spray application of permethrin against fabric pests. Pest Control, 47(4), 14-17.

Bry, R. E., Boatright, R. E., Lang, J. H. and Simonaitis, R. A. (1979). Spray applications of permethrin against fabric pests. Pest Control, 47(4), 14-19.

Burkholder, W. (1980). Alternatives to control chemicals for stored product pests. Pest Control, 48(5), 26, 28.

Burkholder, W. (1983). Checking out those stored product pests. Pest Control, 51(11), 28, 30, 32, 50.

Burnett, D. (1950). Can you identify fabric pests? part 2. Pest Control, 18(12), 16-18, 20, 22.

Burnett, D. (1950). Can you identify fabric pests? Pest Control, 18(11), 9-11, 18.

Burnett, D. (1951). Can you identify fabric pests? part 3. Pest Control, 19(1), 16, 18, 20.

Campbell, J. F. (2010). Evaluate the impact of residual insecticides. Pest Management Professional, 78(4), 46-48.

Carncross, L. B. (1961). How we controlled khapra beetle in burlap-wraped steel from Europe. Pest Control, 29(10), 46, 50-52.

Case, L., Phifer, B. and Dykstra, W. W. (1956). Clean grain program, PCO skills needed to halt insect and rodent contamination of nation’s cereal products. Pest Control, 24(5), 20.

Chew, R. M. (1958). Water requirements of mice: A basis for control. Pest Control, 26(8), 26.

Christensen, C. (1991). Managing insect migrators. Pest Control, 59(5), 53-57.

Clayton, P. and Brockman, W. (1982). Library pests. Pest Control, 50(12), 43.

Cohn, D. H. (1988). Keeping food warehouses clean and pest free. Pest Control, 56(11), 38-39, 42-43.

Colberg, W. J. (1956). Clean grain program, PCO skills needed to halt insect and rodent contamination of nation’s cereal products. Pest Control, 25(5), 16, 18, 20-16, 18, 20.

Collins, D. (2008). Identification key to control. Pest Management Professional, 76(3), S24.

Collins, H. E. (1963). Some tips for pest controllers on how food packaging affects insect invasion. Pest Control, 31(10), 26-29.

Connolly, P. J. (1952). Pyrethrins plus sulfoxide for food plant insect control. Pest Control, 20(5), 24.

Corrigan, R. (2011). Mouse control in commercial accounts. Pest Management Professional, 9(9), 46-53.

Cotton, R. T. (1945). Fumigating sheet-metal warehouses with methyl bromide. Pest Control, 13(2), 9-12.

Cotton, R. T. (1946). The insect problems of dried food storage. Pest Control, 14(10), 50, 52, 54.

Cotton, R. T. (1950). Insect damage to stored grain and its prevention. Pest Control, 18(10), 8, 10, 12, 14, 16, 18, 60.

Cotton, R. T., Blazer, A. I. and Frankenfeld, J. C. (1944). Control of mill insects. Pest Control, 12(8), 16-18.

Cotton, R. T., Wagner, G. and Winburn, T. F. (1942). Methyl bromide unsuccessful as grain fumigant in elevator bins. Pest Control, 10(1), 17.

Cox, A. (1981). Neem – pesticide potential. International Pest Control, 23(3), 68-70.

Crabtree, D. G. et al. (1964). New concept in rodent control. Pest Control, 32(5), 26-30.

Culver, E. H. (1980). Practical utilization of ultrasonic devices in rodent control programs, ii. Pest Control, 48(10), 22-51.

Culver, E. H. (1980). Practical utilization of ultrasonic devices in rodent control, iii. Pest Control, 48(11), 36.

Cuperus, G., and Platt, R. (1996). Stored product pests push PCO threshold. Pest Control, 64(5), 44-46, 48.

Cushing, C. D. (1963). Starvation infestation. Pest Control, 31(10), 84.

Davis, J. J. (1953). Pest control notebook, almond moth. Pest Control, 21(10), 78.

Davis, J. J. and Hassler, K. (1950). Letters: Carpet beetle problem. Pest Control, 18(1), 6.

Davis, R. (1982). In transit shipboard grain fumigation: fumigants, application methods, and regulations. Pest Control, 50(12), 22, 24, 27.

Dawson, J. C. (1963). Opportunities for PCOs in fumigation. Pest Control, 31(7), 22, 24-25,27-28,64.

Dean, G. A., and Cotton, R. T. (1943). Fumigation with methyl bromide. Pest Control, 11(9), 14-16.

Deay, H. O. (1937). The insect parade – part IV (Psocoptera). Pest Control, 5(4), 7-8.

Deay, H. O. (1937). The insect parade – part VIII (Coleoptera). Pest Control, 5(12), 12-14.

Deay, H. O. (1938). The insect parade – part IX (Lepidoptera). Pest Control, 6(1), 12-16.

Decker, G. (1957). How the miller bill and pure food and drug laws affect the PCO. Pest Control, 24(9), 28, 30, 32, 46-28, 30, 32, 46.

DeLong, D. M. (1962). Beer cases and soft drink cartons as insect distributers. Pest Control 30(7):14, 16, 18.

Dick, R. J. (1949). Sources of insect and rodent contamination in food processing industries. Pest Control, 17(10), 13-18.

Dillingham, T. (2013). Avitrol. Pest Management Professional, 81(1), 84.

Donohoe, H. C. (1945). What’s new in mothproofing. Pest Control, 13(1), 11-11.

Donohoe, H. C. (1946). Notes on dried fruit insects. I. Pest Control, 14(9), 32, 34.

Donohoe, H. C. (1946). Notes on dried fruit insects. II. Pest Control, 14(10), 14, 16-14, 16.

Donohoe, H. C. (1947). Some comments on the fabric pest complex. Pest Control, 15(10), 38.

Dove, W. E. (1954). How to protect stored wheat from insect damage. Pest Control, 22(6), 9-10, 14, 60.

Dove, W. E. (1956). State and county agents can help show you how to develop and service the farm grain market. Pest Control, 24(5), 24-27.

Dove, W. E. (1959). Powder and spray stored grain protectants. Pest Control, 27(7), 32-33, 35, 38.

Dumas, T. et al. (1966). Detector tubes for field determination of fumigant concentrations. Pest Control, 7(34), 20-23.

Dykstra, W. W. (1954). Rodent filth in food. Pest Control, 22, 9-14.

Ebeling, W. (1997, Thermal pest eradication. Pest Control, 65, 58-59.

Edelstein, A. -. (1961). Day in day out periodic aerosoling. Pest Control, 29(4), 12-14.

Eldredge, B. W. (1948). Pest are optional. Pests and their Control 16(8): 9-11, 45. (rodents)

Fehrenbach, P. (1991). Food pest resistance reaches record levels. Pest Control, 59(4), 50.

Ferguson, G. R. (1951). Survey on the incidence of fabric pest damage. Pest Control, 16(6), 12, 14, 16.

Fitzwater, W. D. (1984). Despite its intelligence, methods exist for controlling the sparrow. Pest Control, 52, 25-30.

Forschler, E. (2000). Rice, granary and maize weevils. Pest Control, 68(1), 84.

Fredericks, J. (2012). Delivering the cardinal message about the threats of pest birds. Pest Management Professional, 80(4), 54.

Fredericks, J. (2012). Fairies in the pantry. Pest Management Professional, 80(1), 54.

Fremed, N. L. (1939). Control of dermestids and clothes moths. Pest Control, 7(12), 13-14.

Freshman, A. (2005). If Perry Mason were a PMP… Pest Control, 73(8), 70.

Frings, H. (1948). Ounce of prevention. Pests and their Control 16:24-26.

Frings, H. (1948). Pest control with sound waves. Pest Control 16:9-11, 44-46.

Frishman, A. (1993). Insect light trap is a valuable tool when it’s used correctly. Pest Control, 61(4): 62-63, 65.

Frishman, A. (1994). Eliminating pantry pests: A hunting we will go! Pest Control, 62(1), 14-15.

Frishman, A. (1997). Monitoring, monitoring, monitoring. Pest Control, 65(4), 12.

Frishman, A. (1999). Never assume with stored product pest problems. Pest Control, 67(12), 18-19.

Frishman, A. (1999). Warehouse inspections – learn before you look. Pest Control, 67(5), 22-24.

Frishman, A. (2002). Source is key to IMM accounts. Pest Control, 70(5), 14-15.

Frishman, A. (2003). Deconstructing a dog food mystery. Pest Control, 71(5), 12.

Frishman, A. (2005). Pheromone trapping in food warehouses. Pest Control, 73(5), 72.

Frishman, A. M. (1995). Vacuum cleaner becomes successful tool. Pest Control, 63(1), 11.

Frishman, A. M. (1998). Pest control lacking in busted bakery. Pest Control, 66(5), 18.

Frishman, A. M. (2011). The flexible diet of fabric pests. Pest Management Professional, 79(10), 76.

Frishman, A. M. (2013). What makes a pest difficult to control? Pest Management Professional, 81(2), 64.

Garthe, W. A. (1966). The choosy appetite of the furniture carpet beetle. Pest Control, 34(4), 29-30.

Gerberg, E. J. (1957). Lyctid powder post beetle second only to termite in wood damage. Pest Control, 25(5), 37-38, 40.

Gooch, H. (1996). Integrating IPM. Pest Control, 64(11), 32-35.

Gooch, H. (1997). Expect to inspect for stored product pests. Pest Control, 65(5), 44-48-50.

Gooch, H. (1998). Are occasional invaders giving you a headache more than just `on occasion’? Pest Control, 66(4), 78-82.

Gooch, H. (1998). Take a closer look at food plants. Pest Control, 66(5), 34-35, 38-39.

Gooch, H. (1999). Meet the beetles! Pest Control, 67(2), 54-56.

Gooch, H. (2000). Clover mites. Pest Control, 68(6), 34-36, 38.

Gooch, H. (2000). Don’t blame beetles and weevils–they’re products of their environment! Pest Control, 68(1), 54.

Gooch, H.and Sparber, P. (1998). Will some business vanish into thin air without methyl bromide? Pest Control, 66(12), 44-45, 48-49.

Gorman, J. J. (1952). Red-legged ham beetle. Pest Control, 20(10), 6, 86.

Grace, J. K. (1985). Three beetle families can wreak havoc in wood. Pest Control, 53(9), 52, 55, 57.

Grasso, P. (2010). Integrated rodent management operation clean sweep. Pest Management Professional, 78(10), 94-96.

Gray, H. E. (1942). Spider beetles. Pest Control, 10(7), 10-13.

Gray, H. E. (1944). How stored product insects damage food, fur, fabric and wood. Pest Control, 12(6), 12, 14-16.

Gray, H. E. (1945). Use of DDT in the control of stored product pests. Pest Control, 13(11), 28.

Gray, H. E. (1964). Fumigation of commodites in transit. Pest Control, 32(7), 14-15, 70.

Gulmahamad, H. (1996). Getting moth “out of the mood” Pest Control, 64(10), 60, 62, 63.

Gulmahamad, H. (1999). Making an accurate pest ID is key to treatment. Pest Control, 67(4), 62-64, 66.

Gulmahamad, H. (2008). Back to the basics of IPM. Pest Management Professional, 76(10), 137-140.

Gulmahamad, H. (2009). Country mouse in the city. Pest Management Professional, 77(11), 52-57.

Gulmahamad, H. (2010). Multipronged attack. Pest Management Professional, 78(5), 41-45.

Gunn, J. W. 1959. Phostoxin, new tablet form grain fumigant. Pest Control, 27(7), 29.

Guyer, G. E. (1956). Opening a summer cabin? here are the insect pests to look for. Pest Control, 24(5), 53-54.

Guyette, J. (1993). WITTS brings instant pest ID to the computer screen. Pest Control, 61(12), 40-41.

Haagsma, K. (2002). Pest identification, yellow mealworm beetle. Pest Control, 70(5), 96.

Hall, R. (1986). Confessions of an FDA inspector. Pest Control, 54(9), 27, 30.

Haller, H. L. (1953). Weight-weight, weight-volume, volume-volume methods of formulating insecticides. Pest Control, 21(12), 12-16.

Harein, P. K. (1959). Grain fumigation as affected by (1) type and condition of the grain. Pest Control, 27(7), 20-21.

Harein, P. K. (1960). Methods of detecting hidden infestations in grain. Pest Control, 28(2), 35-36.

Hartnack, H. (1938). The war against household pests. Pest Control, 6(10), 22-23.

Hassett, C. C. (1957). Lethal radiation for stored product insects. Pest Control, 25(11), 13-14.

Hassler, K. (1949). The common dermestid beetles. Pest Control, 17(2), 9-10.

Hassler, K. (1956). Some facts about fumigation tarps. Pest Control, 24(2), 25-26.

Hathorne, K. (1998). Pest identification: Saw-toothed grain beetle. Pest Control, 66(4), 83.

Hathorne, K. (1998). Saw-toothed grain beetle. Pest Control, 66(4), 83.

Heal, R. E. (1942). Evaluating protection of fabrics from clothes moth and carpet beetle attack. Pest Control, 10(10), 20-26.

Henderson, L. S. (1955). Insect prevention and control in food plants. part 1. Pest Control, 23(5), 18, 20, 22.

Henderson, L. S. (1955). Insect prevention and control in food plants. part 2. Pest Control, 23(6), 18, 20, 22.

Henderson, L. S., and Stage, H. H. (1946). The use of DDT residual sprays in the home. Pest Control, 14(6), 16, 18.

Hendricks, T. (2012). Optimizing bait station efficiency. Pest Management Professional, 80(5), 26-28.

Hinderer, C. (1992). Stored product pests: Amateur detective. Pest Control, 60(6), 38-40.

Hinds, W. (1933). Fumigation of factories. Pest Control, 1(1), 7-8.

Hinds, W. (1933). Selecting an insecticide. Pest Control, 1(4), 7, 14.

Hockenyes, G. L. (1957). PCO’s place in the field of sanitation. Pest Control, 25(1), 32, 34-32, 34.

Hoffman, R. A. (1956). What effect does temperature have on insecticide toxicity? Pest Control, 24(10), 12, 16, 80, 82.

Holcomb, M. (1995). Food plant pest control: In-house or contract? Pest Control, 63(9), 92.

Holcomb, M. (1995). Insects infesting processed foods: A primer. Pest Control, 63(5), 98.

Holcomb, M. (1995). IPM in food processing – stop the insanity. Pest Control, 63(1), 66.

Holcomb, M. (1997). Are red flour beetles good package penetrators. Pest Control, 65(3), 100.

Holcomb, M. (1997). Clean up your act, or the bugs may take over. Pest Control, 65(11), 78.

Holcomb, M. (1997). Red-legged ham beetles invade food plants. Pest Control, 65(9), 110.

Holcomb, M. (1998). Four categories of insects in food plants. Pest Control, 66(1), 29-30.

Holcomb, M. (1999). Are pest control and HACCP compatible? Pest Control, 67(5), 85-86, 88.

Holcomb, M. (1999). Hey mommy! why are there bugs in my cereal. Pest Control, 67(1), 21-22.

Holcomb, M. (2000). Hide beetles pose control challenges. Pest Control, 68(3), 26-28.

Holcomb, M. (2000). Protect bagged goods from insect damage. Pest Control, 68(5), 32,35-32,35.

Holman, L. E. and Latta, R. (1956). How to measure temperature and moisture in stored grain. Pest Control, 24(5), 32, 34, 36-32, 34, 36.

Hoyle, H. R. (1961). Control of health hazards during application of grain fumigants. Pest Control, 29(7), 25-28.

Hoyt, A. S. (1941). Household insects. Pest Control, 9(11), 14-15.

Isbill, M. (1957). Industry, governments dovetail effort to stop khapra beetle in southwest. Pest Control, 25(4), 18, 20, 30-18, 20, 30.

Jackson, W. B. et al. (1962). Business for crops in grain elevators. Pest Control, 8(30), 18 AND 20.

Jennings, H. E. (1940). Carpet beetle control. Pest Control, 8(3), 10-12.

Johnson, C. C. (1938). Chlorpicrin. Pest Control, 6(12), 18-19.

Jones, C. R. (1940). A new household pest for Colorado, Ptinus fur. Pest Control, 8(5), 22.

Jones, H. I. (1938). Moth proofing. Pest Control, 6(2), 12-13.

Jordan, K. (2004). Pest mystery, identify that pest. Pest Control, 72(8), 78.

Katz, H. (1966). Carpet pads: A new harborage for household pests. Pest Control, 34(5), 89-90.

Kaukeinen, D., and Marsh, R. E. (2009). Pest Management Professional, 77(3), 53-60.

Kenga, E. E., a Fletcher, F. W. (1943). Effect of high temperature on several household and storage grain pests. Pest Control, 11(5), 25.

Kerr, J. A. (1981). Khapra beetle returns. Pest Control, 49(12), 24-25.

King, H. (1956). What you should know about carriers. Pest Control, 24(5), 38, 40, 42, 44-38, 40, 42, 44.

Kiselyova, T. (2000). Larder beetle. Pest Control 68(10): 116.

Knote, C. (1980). Pest identification for PCOs. Pest Control 48(4): 30.

Kruhm, A. (1939). Use of dried flowers to kill insects dates back to persians. Pest Control, 7(12), 20.

Kurtz, O. L. (1967). Sanitaton control part 2. Pest Control, 35(7), 25-28.

Larrick, G. P. (1956). Clean grain program, PCO skills needed to halt insect and rodent contamination of nation’s cereal products. Pest Control, 24(5), 9-10, 12.

Laudani, H. (1957). Pco’s should treat cedar chests and closets for moths. Pest Control, 25(10), 39-40, 98.

Laudani, H. (1961). Biology and habits of dermestids. Pest Control, 29(10), 58-61.

Lauhoff Grain. (1954). Portraits of three grain pests. Pest Control, 22(6), 28.

Lennington, K. R. (1958). How a FDA inspector looks at plant sanitation. Pest Control, 26(1), 20, 54-20, 54.

Linsley, E. G. (1942). Wood-boring habits of the drugstore beetle. Pest Control, 10(9), 24.

Linsley, E. G. (1946). Some ecological factors influencing control of carpet beetles and clothes moths. Pest Control, 14(7), 10, 12, 14, 16, 18-10, 12, 14, 16, 18.

Mabbett, T. (2004). The scent of success, optimize your pheromone trap program. Pest Control, 72(5), 29, 32, 33, 35-29, 32, 33, 35.

Mabbett, T. (2005). Pheromones and IPM. Pest Control, 73(5), 55-56, 58, 60, 62.

Mampe, C. D. (1972). The relative importance of household insects in the continental US. Pest Control, 40(12), 24, 26, 27, 38-24, 26, 27, 38.

Mampe, C. D. (1982). High humidity spawns pscod activity. Pest Control, 50(6)

Mampe, C. D. (1984). Controlling booklice with insecticides. Pest Control, 52(7), 6.

Mampe, C. D. (1992). Lint may be source of carpet beetles. Pest Control, 60(1), 8.

Mampe, C. D. (1995). IPM programs can lessen fogging. Pest Control, 63(1), 6.

Mampe, C. D. (2004). Heat may be best for psocid problem. Pest Control, 72(1), 34.

Mampe, C. D. (2004). Wet paper likely psocid source. Pest Control, 72(2), 39.

Mampe, D. (1995). Fumigation best for infested crates. Pest Control, 63(8), 14, 87-14, 87.

Mampe, D. (2001). Traps should locate moth source. Pest Control, 69(6), 12.

Marsh, R. E. (1976). House mouse control manual (Conclusion). Pest Control, 44, 43-56.

Marsh, R. E. (1976). House mouse control manual (part I). Pest Control, 44, 23-64.

Marsh, R. E. (1976). House mouse control manual (part II). Pest Control, 44, 21-54.

Marsh, R. E. (1976). House mouse control manual (part III). Pest Control, 44, 27-45.

Marsh, R. E. et al. (1980). Bromadiolone: A new toxicant for rodent control. Pest Control, 48(8), 22-26.

Marsh, R. R. (1957). Food sanitation more than lip-service, but PCO service can be improved, too! Pest Control, 25(7), 34.

Martin, P. (2007). Voles or moles? Pest Management Professional, 75(10), 174-178.

McDaniel, E. I. (1936). Clothes-mothes and carpet-beetles. Pest Control, 4(9), 10-12.

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