Harry Eugene Burke

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Harry Eugene Burke (1878–1963), US forest entomologist (Coleoptera, Buprestidae)

Publications[edit]

  • Burke, H. E. 1908. A new buprestid enemy of Pinus edulis (Melanophila pini-edulis n. sp.). Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington 9:117-118.
  • Burke, H. E. 1910. Injuries to forest trees by flat-headed borers. United States Department of Agriculture, Agriculture Yearbook for 1909, pp. 399–415.
  • Burke, H. E. 1917a. Flat-headed borers affecting forest trees in the United States. United States Department of Agriculture Bulletin Number 437, pp. 1–8.
  • Burke, H. E. 1917b. Notes on some western Buprestidae. Journal of Economic Entomology 10(3):325-332.
  • Burke, H. E. 1917c. Oryssus is parasitic. Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington 19(1):87-89.
  • Burke, H. E. 1918a. Notes on some southwestern Buprestidae. Journal of Economic Entomology 11(2):209-211.
  • Burke, H. E. 1918b. Biological notes on some flatheaded woodborers of the genus Buprestis. Journal of Economic Entomology 11:334-338.
  • Burke, H. E. 1919a. Biological notes on some flatheaded barkborers of the genus Melanophila. Journal of Economic Entomology 12:105-108.
  • Burke, H. E. 1919b. Biological notes on the flatheaded apple tree borer (Chrysobothris femorata Fab.) and the Pacific flatheaded apple tree borer (Chrysobothris mali Horn). Journal of Economic Entomology 12:326-330.
  • Burke, H. E. 1920a. Collecting some little known Buprestidae (Coleopt.). Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington 22(4):72-76.
  • Burke, H. E. 1920b. Some notes on the genus Trachykele with a description of a new species (Buprestidae, Coleoptera). Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington 22(7):168-170.
  • Burke, H. E. 1920c. The Pacific oak twig-girdler. Journal of Economic Entomology 13:379-384.
  • Burke, H. E. 1924a. Notes on the genus Buprestis with description of one new species (Coleoptera, Buprestidae). Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington 26(3):70-72.
  • Burke, H. E. 1924b. Why is an entomologist? Proceedings of the Pacific Coast Entomological Society 2:21-24.
  • Burke, H. E. 1925. Western cedar pole borer. Timberman 26(10):96.
  • Burke, H. E. 1928a. The western Cedar Pole borer or powder worm. United States Department of Agriculture Technical Bulletin 48:1-15.
  • Burke, H. E. 1928b. Should insect varieties receive a scientific name? Proceedings of the Pacific Coast Entomological Society 2(7):110-111.
  • Burke, H. E. 1929a. The Pacific Flathead Borer. United States Department of Agriculture, Technical Bulletin 83:1-36.
  • Burke, H. E. 1929b. Work of the Pacific oak twig girdler conspicuous in the Yosemite Valley. The Pan-Pacific Entomologist 6(1):42.
  • Burke, H. E. 1930. A buprestid new to the Yosemite. The Pan-Pacific Entomologist 6(3):138.
  • Burke, H. E. & A. G. Bøving. 1929. The Pacific Flathead Borer. United States Department of Agriculture Technical Bulletin 83:1-36.