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No. 54 


I. Accommodates the greatest v^ariation in pupillary 

II. Easily and quickly changed from one stand to the other. 

III. Will take a mechanical stage. 

IV. Black and white backgrounds beneath the stage are always out of the way* 

V. Has sufficient range of adjustment by rack and pinion to bring the objectives 
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Announcement 3 

The Destruction of the Vitality of Cysticercus Bovis by 

Freezing. B. H. Ransom 5 

Summary of Two Years' Study of Insects in Relation to 

Pellagra. Allan H. Jennings 10 

Variation in Oxyurias: Its Bearing on the Value of a 
Nematode Formula. Stanley B. Fracker 22 

Observations on the Eggs of Ascaris Lumbricoides. Win- 
THROP D. Foster 31 

Dr. Nott's Theory of Insect Causation of Disease. Wil- 
liam A. Riley 37 

Rhabditin: Contribution to a Science of Nematology. 
N. A. Cobb 40 

Experimental Ingestion by Man of Cysticerci of Carnivore 
Tapeworms. Maurice C. Hall 42 

A Peculiar Morphologic Development of an Egg of the 
Genus Tropidocerca and its Probable Significance. 
Winthrop D. Foster 45 

The Action of Arsenical Dips in Preventing Tick Infesta- 
tion. H. W. Graybill 48 

Eorhynchus: A Proposed New Name for Neorhynchus 
Ham ANN Preoccupied. H. J. Van Cleave 50 

The Helminthologtcal Society of Washington, Proceedings 52 
Notes 54 

The list of foreign collaborators is imperfect owing to present con- 
ditions in the mail service and its publication is deferred until a later