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Research work at the University of Michigan Biological Station during the summer of 1917. Science. 47:381-383.. 1918.
The rusts of the Douglas Lake region. :277-278.. 1918.
The algae of Michigan. The Ohio Academy of Science. 17:217-232.. 1917.
Destruction of log perch eggs by suckers. Copeia. :69-71.. 1917.
Further studies on Hydromyza confluens Loew, (Diptera). Annals of the Entomological Society of America. 10:35-45.. 1917.
Homologies of the excretory system of the forked-tailed cercariae. Journal of Parasitology. 4:49-57.. 1917.
North American earthworms of the family Lumbricidae in the collections of the United States National Museum. Proceedings of the U.S. National Museum. 52:157-182.. 1917.
The relation between evaporation and plant succession in a given area. American Journal of Botany. 4:161-178.. 1917.
Some effects of excessive heat in northern Michigan. Torreya. 17:176-178.. 1917.
The structure and development of the plant association. Bulletin of the Torrey Botanical Club. 44:463-481.. 1917.
A study of the reactions of certain birds to sound stimuli. Journal of Animal Behavior. 7:207-219.. 1917.
Synchronism in the flashing of fireflies. Science. 46:314.. 1917.
The Cedar Waxwing (Bombycilla cedrorum) during July and August, 1916. The Wilson Bulletin. 28:175-193.. 1916.
Contribution to the biology of certain aquatic Lepidoptera. Annals of the Entomological Society of America. 9:159-187.. 1916.
An ecological study of the fish fauna of the Douglas Lake region (Michigan) with special reference to the mortality of the species. Miscellaneous Papers on the Zoology of Michigan. Publication 20:27-36.. 1916.
The ferns and their distribution at Douglas Lake, Michigan. American Fern Journal. 6:106-112.. 1916.
The Porifera, Oligochaeta, and certain other groups of invertebrates in the vicinity of Douglas Lake, Michigan.. 1916.
Studies in tolerance of New England forest trees: III. Discontinuous light in forests. Vermont Agricultural Experiment Station Bulletin. 193:23pp... 1916.
The summer birds of the Douglas Lake region, Cheboygan County, Michigan. Occasional Papers of the Museum of Zoology, University of Michigan. 27:21pp... 1916.
Dragonflies of the Douglas Lake region, Michigan. Miscellaneous Papers on the Zoology of Michigan. Publication 20:3-24or39-58.. 1915.
Gordius larvae parasitic in a trematode. Journal of Parasitology. 1:198-199.. 1915.
The Lepidoptera of the Douglas Lake region, northern Michigan. Entomological News. 26:115-119.. 1915.
Some fresh-water nematodes of the Douglas Lake region of Michigan, U.S.A. Transactions of the American Microscopical Society. 34:21-47.. 1915.