Clyde Fuhriman Smith
(1913-2000)

Aphid specialist Clyde Fuhriman Smith was born 10 August 1913, in Franklin County, Idaho, where his early education began. He went on to study entomology, earning degrees at Utah State Agricultural College (now Utah State University: B.S. 1935, M.S. 1938) and the Ohio State University (Ph.D. 1939). In September 1939, he accepted a position in Raleigh as an Assistant Entomologist at the North Carolina Agricultural Experiment Station and N.C. State College (now University) and subsequently progressed to Associate Professor (1943-1950), Professor and Department Head (1951-1963), Professor (1964-1979), and Professor Emeritus (1980-2000). His graduate students included: R. Bastida, C. S. Black, Jr., C. S. Parron, and L. Van Balen (all M.S.); M. M. Cermeli-Lollini, H. L. Comroy, M. H. Farrier, J. Graham, H. B. Moore, Jr., A. T. Olive, M. E. Pérez-Escolar, and C. G. Wright (all Ph.D.).

Smith studied insects and mites associated with nearly every major crop in North Carolina, but is perhaps best known for his taxonomic work on aphids (Homoptera: Aphididae). Outstanding among his contributions on aphids are: Aphididae of Puerto Rico (1963, with L. F. Martorell and M. E. Pérez-Escolar), Bibliography of the Aphididae of the World (1972), Keys to and Descriptions of the Genera of Pemphigini in North America (1974), An Annotated List of Aphididae of North America (1978, with C. S. Parron), An Annotated List of Aphididae of the Caribbean Islands and South America (1979, with M. M. Cermeli [Cermeli-Lollini]), and A Key to Many of the Common Alate Aphids of North Carolina (1992, with R. W. Eckel and E. Lampert). Smith's doctoral dissertation on a group of small wasps parasitic on aphids was the basis for his Aphidiinae of North America (1944).

The extensive collection of papers Smith used to compile his bibliographies, checklists and taxonomic works is deposited with the NCSU Libraries's Special Collections Department as the Clyde F. Smith Papers. The papers, some of which are rare, encompass literature, reprints, pamphlets, and books, primarily pertaining to the insect family Aphididae. Associated with the papers are approximately 288,000 index cards on Aphididae with indexes that include: an annotated generic and specific index to all literature cited in Smith's 1972 Bibliography of Aphididae, a host plant index indicating the aphids associated with each host, the source citing this association, and an index of aphid-parasitoid associations. Together, the 1972 Bibliography and the 1978 Annotated List of Aphididae of North America provide indexes to the Smith Papers.

Smith's large research collection of aphids, deposited at the NCSU Insect Collection, is rich in material from North Carolina and Utah, but includes specimens from around the world. Also at NC State are his collection notebooks (including field notes) as well as his collection of small parasitic wasps (Hymenoptera: Braconidae: Aphidiinae). Additionally, The W. F. Barr Entomological Collection, University of Idaho, Moscow, and the Entomological Museum of Utah State University, Logan, both hold significant numbers of aphid slides donated by Smith. The primary types of most (75) of the aphid species that Smith authored (or coauthored) are deposited at the U.S. National Collection of Insects and Mites housed at Beltsville, Maryland.

He had a remarkable ability to bring together scientific colleagues and others to exchange information. The present names of organizations he founded or helped to found are the Southeastern Peach Workers Conference (initiated 1948), N.C. Agricultural Chemicals School (1949), N.C. Pest Control Technicians School (1950), N.C. Pest Control Association (1950), N.C. Entomological Society (1956, first President), and Heliothis Conference (late 1950s, now meeting with the Entomological Society of America). In 1972, Smith received the N.C. Entomological Society's Entomologist of the Year award. Furthermore, he held membership in several other scholarly societies: Entomological Society of America (President of Southeastern Branch in 1972), Washington Entomological Society, Society of Systematic Zoology, Georgia Entomological Society, Gamma Sigma Delta, Society of the Sigma Xi, and Phi Kappa Phi. He was also instrumental in the passage of the N.C. Structural Pest Control Act of 1955 and served as chair of the N.C. Structural Pest Control Commission from 1955 to 1967.

Smith died 13 February 2000, following a period of ill-health initiated by a stroke in early February 1999.

Publications by Clyde F. Smith

  1. Cermeli L[ollini], M. [M.], and C. F. Smith. 1979. Keys to species of the genus Picturaphis (Homoptera: Aphididae) with descriptions of new species. Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington 81: 611-620.
  2. Clayton, C. N., H. C. Fink, C. F. Smith, and G. F. Turnipseed. 1954. Apple spray information. North Carolina Agricultural Experiment Station Special Circular 19: 1-16.
  3. Clayton, C. N., and C. F. Smith. 1947. Apple spray suggestions for 1947. North Carolina Agricultural Experiment Station, 1947. [mimeograph printing]
  4. Clayton, C. N., and C. F. Smith. 1948. Apple spray information for 1948. North Carolina Agricultural Experiment Station Special Circular 6. [pagination unknown]
  5. Clayton, C. N., and C. F. Smith. 1949. Apple spray information for 1949. North Carolina Agricultural Experiment Station Special Circular 6 (revised): 1-8.
  6. Clayton, C. N., and C. F. Smith. 1950. Apple spray information. North Carolina Agricultural Experiment Station Circular 6 (revised): 1-12.
  7. Clayton, C. N., and C. F. Smith. 1956. Apple disease and insect control recommendations - 1956. North Carolina Pesticide Manual 1956: 27-28.
  8. Clayton, C. N., C. F. Smith, and K. A. Sorensen. 1971. Peach spray program. North Carolina Agricultural Chemicals Manual 1971: 124-125.
  9. Clayton, C. N., C. F. Smith, and K. A. Sorensen. 1972. Peach spray program. North Carolina Agricultural Chemicals Manual 1972: 124-125.
  10. Clayton, C. N., C. F. Smith, and K. A. Sorensen. 1973. Peach spray program. North Carolina Agricultural Chemicals Manual 1973: 221-222.
  11. Clayton, C. N., C. F. Smith, and K. A. Sorensen. 1974. Peach spray program. North Carolina Agricultural Chemicals Manual 1974: 251-252.
  12. Clayton, C. N., C. F. Smith, and K. A. Sorensen. 1975. Peach spray program. North Carolina Agricultural Chemicals Manual 1975: 251-252.
  13. Clayton, C. N., C. F. Smith, and G. T. Weekman. 1970. Peach spray program. North Carolina Agricultural Chemicals Manual 1970: 112-113.
  14. Clayton, C. N., G. F. Turnipseed, and C. F. Smith. 1957. Apple spray information. North Carolina Extension Circular 406: 1-20.
  15. Clayton, C. N., G. T. Weekman, and C. F. Smith. 1968. Peach spray program. North Carolina Pesticide Manual 1968: 76.
  16. Clements, K. M., B. M. Wiegmann, C. E. Sorenson, C. F. Smith, P. A. Neese, and R. M. Roe. 2000. Genetic variation in the Myzus persicae complex (Homoptera: Aphididae): evidence for a single species. Annals of the Entomological Society of America 93: 31-46.
  17. Fields, H. M., G. C. Klingman, C. F. Smith, and C. N. Clayton. 1963. Pesticides, facts on their use in North Carolina. National Agricultural Chemicals Association News and Pesticide Review 21(4): 8-10.
  18. Harris, J. H., F. A. Hassis [Haasis], and C. F. Smith. 1955. Azaleas and camellias. North Carolina Agricultural Extension Circular 246: [1-32].
  19. Harris, J. H., F. A. Hassis [Haasis], and C. F. Smith. 1957. Azaleas and camellias. North Carolina Agricultural Extension Circular 246 (revised): [1-32].
  20. Harris, J. H., F. A. Haasis, and C. F. Smith. 1960b. Azaleas and camellias. North Carolina Agricultural Extension Circular 246 (revised): [1-32].
  21. Harris, J. H., F. A. Haasis, and C. F. Smith. 1960b. How to grow azaleas and camelias. North Carolina Agricultural Extension Service, Extension folder.
  22. Knowlton, G. F., and C. F. Smith. 1935a. Tomato fruitworms. Utah State Agricultural Experiment Station Leaflet 61: 1-4.
  23. Knowlton, G. F., and C. F. Smith. 1935b. The desert gridiron-tailed lizard. Copeia 2: 102-103.
  24. Knowlton, G. F., and C. F. Smith. 1935c. Toads in the control of auto-camp insects. Journal of Economic Entomology 28: 496.
  25. Knowlton, G. F., and C. F. Smith. 1935d. Currant and gooseberry aphids. Utah State Agricultural Experiment Station Leaflet 63: [1-4].
  26. Knowlton, G. F., and C. F. Smith. 1935e. Beet leafhopper predators--birds. Proceedings of the Utah Academy of Sciences, Arts, and Letters 12: 249-253.
  27. Knowlton, G. F., and C. F. Smith. 1935f. Notes on Utah Scarabaeidae and Chrysomelidae (Coleoptera). Entomological News 46: 241-244.
  28. Knowlton, G. F., and C. F. Smith. 1936a. Lizard aids in range insect control. Journal of Economic Entomology 29: 461.
  29. Knowlton, G. F., and C. F. Smith. 1936b. The aphid genus Epameibaphis in Utah. Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington 38: 89-92.
  30. Knowlton, G. F., and C. F. Smith. 1936c. Capitophorus aphids infesting Chrysothamnus. Canadian Entomologist 68: 107-113.
  31. Knowlton, G. F., and C. F. Smith. 1936d. Notes on intermountain aphids. Entomological News 47: 210-213.
  32. Knowlton, G. F., and C. F. Smith. 1936e. Rose insects. Proceedings of the Utah Academy of Sciences, Arts, and Letters 13: 263-267.
  33. Knowlton, G. F., and C. F. Smith. 1936f. Strawberry insects. Proceedings of the Utah Academy of Sciences, Arts, and Letters 13: 289-292.
  34. Knowlton, G. F., and C. F. Smith. 1936g. Capitophorus aphids infesting Artemisia. Canadian Entomologist 68: 229-234.
  35. Knowlton, G. F., and C. F. Smith. 1936h. Descriptions of some rabbit brush and willow aphids. Annals of the Entomological Society of America 29: 776-778.
  36. Knowlton, G. F., and C. F. Smith. 1936i. Aphid studies. Festschrift zum 60. Geburtstage von Professor Dr. Embrik Strand (Rg, Latvija) 1: 487-492, plate VIII.
  37. Knowlton, G. F., and C. F. Smith. 1937. Some aphids of the genus Capitophorus. Canadian Entomologist 69: 150-152.
  38. Knowlton, G. F., and C. F. Smith. 1938a. Notes on western conifer aphids (Homoptera: Aphididae). Entomological News 49: 65-69.
  39. Knowlton, G. F., and C. F. Smith. 1938b. The aphid genus Pseudoepameibaphis. Journal of the New York Entomological Society 46: 217-222.
  40. Knowlton, G. F., C. F. Smith, and F. C. Harmston. 1938. Pea aphid investigations. Proceedings of the Utah Academy of Sciences, Arts, and Letters 15: 71-80.
  41. Knowlton, G. F., J. S. Stanford, and C. F. Smith. 1934. Birds as predators of the beet leafhopper. Journal of Economic Entomology 27: 1196-1197.
  42. Metcalf, Z. P., and C. F. Smith. 1956. Introduction. pp. iii-vii. In Metcalf, Z. P. General Catalogue of the Homoptera. Fascicle IV. Fulgoroidea. Part 18. Eurybrachidae and Gengidae. North Carolina State College, Raleigh.
  43. Metcalf, Z. P., and C. F. Smith. 1957. Introduction. pp. iii-viii. In Metcalf, Z. P. General Catalogue of the Homoptera. Fascicle IV. Fulgoroidea. Part 13. Flatidae and Hypochthonellidae. North Carolina State College, Raleigh.
  44. Metcalf, Z. P., and C. F. Smith. 1958. Introduction. pp. iii-vii. In Metcalf, Z. P. General Catalogue of the Homoptera. Fascicle IV. Fulgoroidea. Part 15. Issidae. North Carolina State College, Raleigh.
  45. Rabb, R. L., F. E. Guthrie, H. E. Scott, and C. F. Smith. 1955. Tobacco insects of North Carolina and their natural enemies. North Carolina Agricultural Experiment Station Bulletin 394: [1]-35.
  46. Randall, G. O., H. R. Garriss, and C. F. Smith. 1951. Successful rose culture. North Carolina Agricultural Extension Service, Extension Circular 200 (revised): [1-26].
  47. Randall, G. O., H. R. Garriss, and C. F. Smith. 1954. Successful rose culture. North Carolina Agricultural Extension Circular 200 (revised): [1-24].
  48. Smith, C. F. 1937. The aphid genus Flabellomicrosiphum in Utah. Pan-Pacific Entomologist 13: 127-129.
  49. Smith, C. F. 1939a. The digestive system of Macrosiphum solanifolii (Ash.) (Aphidae: Homoptera). Ohio Journal of Science 39: 57-59.
  50. Smith, C. F. 1939b. Hymenopterous parasites of aphids with special reference to the Aphidiinae. Abstracts of Doctoral Dissertations (Ohio State University, Columbus) 30: 169-174.
  51. Smith, C. F. 1940. Notes on some Ohio aphids. Ohio Journal of Science 40: 139-142, plate I.
  52. Smith, C. F. 1941a. Control studies of the woolly apple aphid. Journal of Economic Entomology 34: 590.
  53. Smith, C. F. 1941b. A new species of hymenopterous parasite of the pea aphid (Macrosiphum pisi Kaltentbach). Annals of the Entomological Society of America 34: 537-538.
  54. Smith, C. F. 1941c. The genus Drepanaphis Del Guercio east of the Rocky Mountains. Journal of the Elisha Mitchell Society 57: 226-242.
  55. Smith, C. F. 1941d. Trichogramma and the Oriental fruit moth. Journal of Economic Entomology 34: 590.
  56. Smith, C. F. 1942. The use of cyanide in controlling the root form of the woolly apple aphid. Journal of Economic Entomology 35: 908-910.
  57. Smith, C. F. 1943a. North Carolina. p. 6. In State by state summary of 1943 orchard pest problems. American Fruit Grower 63(2): 6.
  58. Smith, C. F. 1943b. Scale insects harm peach trees in North Carolina. Research and Farming (North Carolina Agricultural Experiment Station, Raleigh) 1(2): 12.
  59. Smith, C. F. 1943c. Experiments with the peach tree borer in North Carolina. Journal of Economic Entomology 36: 215-218.
  60. Smith, C. F. 1943d. Peach tree borer control recommendations, 1943. North Carolina Agricultural Experiment Station. [mimeograph printing]
  61. Smith, C. F. 1944a. Drepanaphis tissoti, a new species of aphid from Florida. Florida Entomologist 27: [55]-57.
  62. Smith, C. F. 1944b. Peach insect control. Proceedings of the Southern Workers' Conference on Entomology (18th Annual Meeting, February 1-3, 1944) 18: 63-67.
  63. Smith, C. F. 1944c. The Aphidiinae of North America (Braconidae: Hymenoptera). Ohio State University Press, Columbus. xii + 154 pp.
  64. Smith, C. F. 1944d. Peach tree borer, control recommendations for North Carolina. [alternate title: The peach tree borer in North Carolina]. North Carolina Agricultural Extension Circular 277: [1]-8.
  65. Smith, C. F. 1944e. Controlling the plum curculio on peaches. Research and Farming (North Carolina Agricultural Experiment Station, Raleigh) 2(2): 2-3.
  66. Smith, C. F. 1945. Reduced concentrations of ethylene dichloride for peachtree borer control. Journal of Economic Entomology 38: 500-501.
  67. Smith, C. F. 1946a. Curculio control recommendations for North Carolina. North Carolina State College, January 14, 1946. [lithograph printing]
  68. Smith, C. F. 1946b. Controlling soybean insects. Research and Farming (North Carolina Agricultural Experiment Station, Raleigh) 4(3): 7, 9.
  69. Smith, C. F. 1946c. Plum curculio, post harvest spraying. North Carolina Agricultural Experiment Station, August 1, 1946. [mimeograph printing]
  70. Smith, C. F. 1946d. Peach insects, North Carolina--1946. Proceedings of the Cumberland-Shenandoah Fruit Workers' Conference (23rd Annual Meeting) 23: [? 20 or 22].
  71. Smith, C. F. 1947a. Controlling pea aphids. North Carolina Agricultural Extension Service, March 1947. [mimeograph printing]
  72. Smith, C. F. 1947b. Burning to control the curculio. North Carolina Agricultural Experiment Station, March 12, 1947. [mimeograph printing]
  73. Smith, C. F. 1947c. Emergence of the plum curculio. North Carolina Agricultural Experiment Station, March 20, 1947. [mimeograph printing]
  74. Smith, C. F. 1947d. Curculio emergence and petal fall spray. North Carolina Agricultural Experiment Station, April 7, 1947. [mimeograph printing]
  75. Smith, C. F. 1947e. Emergence of the plum curculio. North Carolina Agricultural Experiment Station, April 16, 1947. [mimeograph printing]
  76. Smith, C. F. 1947f. Wormy drops. North Carolina Agricultural Experiment Station, April 28, 1947. [mimeograph printing]
  77. Smith, C. F. 1947g. Notes on hexaethyl tetrophosphate. North Carolina Agricultural Experiment Station, June 3, 1947. [mimeograph printing]
  78. Smith, C. F. 1947h. Plum curculio; post harvest spraying. North Carolina Agricultural Experiment Station, August 19, 1947. [mimeograph printing]
  79. Smith, C. F. 1947i. Things to do and not to do; peach borer control; scale insects and burning. North Carolina Agricultural Experiment Station, September 1947. [mimeograph printing]
  80. Smith, C. F. 1947j. Plum curculio control in North Carolina--1947. Proceedings of the Cumberland-Shenandoah Fruit Workers' Conference (24th Annual Meeting) 24: 26-29.
  81. Smith, C. F. 1948a. Pea aphid control in North Carolina. North Carolina Agricultural Experiment Station Special Circular 7: [1-7].
  82. Smith, C. F. 1948b. A new aphid on sweet potato. Florida Entomologist 31: 24-26.
  83. Smith, C. F. 1948c. Plum curculio control in North Carolina. Journal of Economic Entomology 41: 220-227.
  84. Smith, C. F. 1948d. A new aphid on devil shoe string (Tephrosia virginiana, L. Pers.). Annals of the Entomological Society of America 41: 384-386.
  85. Smith, C. F. 1949. DDT-parathion: new weapon for peach growers. Research and Farming (North Carolina Agricultural Experiment Station, Raleigh) 7(3): 3.
  86. Smith, C. F. 1956. Zeno Payne Metcalf, distinguished entomologist. Science 123: 1022.
  87. Smith, C. F. 1958. What's new in insecticides? Agricultural Chemicals 13(3): 43, 45.
  88. Smith, C. F. 1959. A new species of aphid on sugar maple (Aphidae: Homoptera). Annals of the Entomological Society of America 52: 647-649.
  89. Smith, C. F. 1960a. Aphids (Aphidae: Homoptera) on "cacao" in the Dominican Republic. Journal of Agriculture of the University of Puerto Rico 44: 154-156.
  90. Smith, C. F. 1960b. New species of Aphidae: Homoptera from Puerto Rico. Journal of Agriculture of the University of Puerto Rico 44: 157-162.
  91. Smith, C. F. 1960c. North Carolina finds 3-year old inspection form still acceptable. Pest Control 28(9): 40-41.
  92. Smith, C. F. 1961. p.194. In Comments of the proposed use of the plenary powers to designate a type-species for Euceraphis Walker, 1870. Z.N.(S.) 1363. Bulletin of Zoological Nomenclature 18: 194.
  93. Smith, C. F. 1962. p. 196. In Discussion of the case "Aphis Linnaeus, 1758, its type-species, and the family-group name derived from it (Insecta: Hemiptera). Z.N.(S) 881". Bulletin of Zoological Nomenclature 19: 195-198.
  94. Smith, C. F. 1965a. Tiliphagus lycoposugus, new genus, new species (Aphididae: Homoptera) from Tilia americana and Lycopus virginicus. Annals of the Entomological Society of America 58: 781-786.
  95. Smith, C. F. 1965b. Book review: Entomological Techniques. How to Work with Insects, by Alvah Peterson. Bulletin of the Entomological Society of America 11: 96.
  96. Smith, C. F. 1969a. Pemphiginae associated with the roots of conifers in North America (Homoptera: Aphididae). Annals of the Entomological Society of America 62: 1128-1152.
  97. Smith, C. F. 1969b. Controlling peach scale. Research and Farming (North Carolina Agricultural Experiment Station, Raleigh) 28(1-2): 12.
  98. Smith, C. F. 1970a. Emergence of the peach tree borer in North Carolina. Journal of Economic Entomology 63: 1700-1701.
  99. Smith, C. F. 1970b. Notes on the genus Picturaphis and related genera with a new species of Picturaphis from Puerto Rico (Aphididae: Homoptera). Journal of Agriculture of the University of Puerto Rico 54: 683-688.
  100. Smith, C. F. 1970c. Sexual activity and egg fertility of the peach tree borer. Journal of Economic Entomology 63: 1909-1910.
  101. Smith, C. F. 1971. The life cycle and redescription of Mordvilkoja vagabunda (Homoptera: Aphididae). Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington 73: 359-367.
  102. Smith, C. F. 1972a. Synonymy, redescription, and biology of Neoparacletus corrugatans (Homoptera: Aphididae). Annals of the Entomological Society of America 65: 1328-1331.
  103. Smith, C. F. 1972b. Bibliography of the Aphididae of the world. North Carolina Agricultural Experiment Station Technical Bulletin 216: [1]-717.
  104. Smith, C. F. 1974a. The genus Phloeomyzus with the description of P. dearborni n. sp. from Populus tremuloides Michx. (Homoptera: Aphididae). Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington 76: 66-72.
  105. Smith, C. F. 1974b. Keys to and descriptions of the genera of Pemphigini in North America (Homoptera: Aphididae: Pemphiginae). North Carolina Agricultural Experiment Station Technical Bulletin 266: [i]-vi, [1]-61.
  106. Smith, C. F. 1980a. A fourth species of Toxopterella Hille Ris Lambers (Homoptera: Aphididae) from North America with a key to species. Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington 82: 276-283.
  107. Smith, C. F. 1980b. Notes and keys to the species of Carolinaia (Homoptera: Aphididae). Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington 82: 312-318.
  108. Smith, C. F. 1982. A key to the species of Hyalomyzus (Homoptera: Aphididae) in North America, with description of a new species. Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington 84: 325-331.
  109. Smith, C. F. 1983. A new species of aphid (Homoptera: Aphididae) from Potentilla canadensis. Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington 85: 64-68.
  110. Smith, C. F. 1985. Pemphiginae in North America. pp. 277-302. In Szelegiewicz, H. (ed.). Evolution and Biosystematics of Aphids. Proceedings of the International Aphidological Symposium at Jablonna, 5-11 April 1981. Zaklad Narodowy im Ossolinskich Wyawnictwo, Warsaw.
  111. Smith, C. F., and L. Bennett. 1951. Some tobacco insects and their control. Movie, 16 mm., color, sound. North Carolina State College, Raleigh, December 1951.
  112. Smith, C. F., and C. Black. 1950. Peach borer paradox. Research and Farming (North Carolina Agricultural Experiment Station, Raleigh) 8(3): 5, 7.
  113. Smith, C. F., and W. V. Campbell. 1979. Charles Henry Brett 1909-1978. Journal of Economic Entomology 72: 157.
  114. Smith, C. F., and M. M. Cermeli [Cermeli-Lollini]. 1979. An annotated list of Aphididae (Homoptera) of the Caribbean Islands and South and Central America. North Carolina Agricultural Research Service Technical Bulletin 259: [i-ii], 1-131.
  115. Smith, C. F., and C. N. Clayton. 1947. First generation curculio and brown rot control. North Carolina Agricultural Experimental Station, June 9, 1947. [mimeograph printing]
  116. Smith, C. F., and C. N. Clayton. 1948. Peach spray information for 1948. North Carolina Agricultural Experiment Station Special Circular 5. [pagination unknown]
  117. Smith, C. F., and C. N. Clayton. 1949. Peach spray information for 1949. North Carolina Agricultural Experiment Station Special Circular 5 (revised): 1-8.
  118. Smith, C. F., and C. N. Clayton. 1950. Peach spray information. North Carolina Agricultural Experiment Station Special Circular 5 (revised): 1-[11].
  119. Smith, C. F., and C. N. Clayton. 1951. Peach spray information. North Carolina Agricultural Experiment Station Special Circular 12: 1-11.
  120. Smith, C. F., and C. N. Clayton. 1953a. Peach spray information, 1953. North Carolina Agricultural Experiment Station Special Circular 17: 1-11.
  121. Smith, C. F., and C. N. Clayton. 1953b. Peach spray information, 1953. North Carolina Agricultural College Plant Pathology Information Note 31: 10-15.
  122. Smith, C. F., and C. N. Clayton. 1954. Peach spray information. North Carolina Agricultural Experiment Station Special Circular 20: 1-12.
  123. Smith, C. F., and C. N. Clayton. 1956. Peach insect and disease control recommendations - 1956. North Carolina Pesticide Manual 1956: 29-31.
  124. Smith, C. F., and C. N. Clayton. 1957. Peach spray information. North Carolina Extension Circular 407: 1-16.
  125. Smith, C. F., and C. N. Clayton. 1959. Peach spray information. North Carolina Agricultural Extension Circular 407 (revised): 1-15.
  126. Smith, C. F., and C. N. Clayton. 1970. Peach disease and insect control in North Carolina. North Carolina Agricultural Extension Circular 407: 1-17.
  127. Smith, C. F., and C. N. Clayton. 1972. Peach disease and insect control in North Carolina. North Carolina Agricultural Extension Circular 407 (revised): [1]-17.
  128. Smith, C. F., and C. N. Clayton. 1976a. Peach disease and insect control in North Carolina. North Carolina Agricultural Extension Circular 407 (revised): 1-19.
  129. Smith, C. F., and C. N. Clayton. 1976b. Peach spray program. North Carolina Agricultural Extension Circular 407 (supplement): 1-4.
  130. Smith, C. F., and C. N. Clayton. 1978a. Peach spray information. North Carolina Agricultural Extension Circular 407 (supplement, revised): [1-4 (folded leaflet)].
  131. Smith, C. F., and C. N. Clayton. 1978b. Peach disease and insect control in North Carolina. North Carolina Agricultural Extension Service AG-146 [revision of former Circular 407]: [i-ii, 1]-23.
  132. Smith, C. F., and H. A. Denmark. 1982. Trichosiphonaphis polygoni (van der Goot) (Homoptera: Aphididae), a genus and species new to the United States. Florida Entomologist 65: 381-382.
  133. Smith, C. F., and H. A. Denmark. 1984. Life history and synonymy of Grylloprociphilus imbricator (Fitch) (Homoptera: Aphididae). Florida Entomologist 67: 430-434.
  134. Smith, C. F., and D. G. Dillery. 1968a. The genus Drepanaphis Del Guercio (Homoptera: Aphididae). Annals of the Entomological Society of America 61: 185-204.
  135. Smith, C. F., and R. W. Eckel. 1996. Aphis crassicauda n. sp. (Homoptera: Aphididae), with a key to the alate species of Aphis on Viburnum spp. in the United States. Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington 98: 44-49.
  136. Smith, C. F., R. W. Eckel, and E. Lampert. 1992. A key to many of the common alate aphids of North Carolina (Aphididae: Homoptera). North Carolina Agricultural Research Service Technical Bulletin 299: [i]-vi, 1-92.
  137. Smith, C. F., and S. M. Gaud. 1974. The alate viviparae of Picturaphis Blanchard (Homoptera: Aphididae). Journal of Agriculture of the University of Puerto Rico 58: 381-383.
  138. Smith, C. F., S. M. Gaud, L. F. Martorell, and M. E. Pérez-Escolar. 1971. Additions and corrections to the Aphididae of Puerto Rico. Journal of Agriculture of the University of Puerto Rico 55: 192-258.
  139. Smith, C. F., and J. Graham. 1967. Life history, synonymy, and description of Neoprociphilus aceris (Homoptera: Aphididae). Annals of the Entomological Society of America 60: 67-72.
  140. Smith, C. F., and O. E. Heie. 1963. Megouroparsus, new genus, related to Microparsus Patch and Megoura Buckton (Homoptera: Aphidae). Annals of the Entomological Society of America 56: 401-406.
  141. Smith, C. F., I. D. Jones, and L. D. Calvin. 1950. Effect of insecticides on the flavor of peaches--1949. Journal of Economic Entomology 43: 179-181.
  142. Smith, C. F., G. D. Jones, and R. L. Rabb. 1953. Tobacco insect control. North Carolina Agricultural Extension Service, Raleigh. 4 pp.
  143. Smith, C. F., I. D. Jones, and J. A. Rigney. 1949. Effect of insecticides on the flavor of peaches--1948. Journal of Economic Entomology 42: 618-623.
  144. Smith, C. F., and G. F. Knowlton. 1937. Macrosiphum aphids infesting Chrysothamnus and Gutierrezia. Canadian Entomologist 69: 269-272.
  145. Smith, C. F., and G. F. Knowlton. 1938. The aphid genus Microsiphum in Utah and Idaho. Annals of the Entomological Society of America 31: 162-166.
  146. Smith, C. F., and G. F. Knowlton. 1939. Three intermountain aphids. Canadian Entomologist 71: 241-243.
  147. Smith, C. F., and G. F. Knowlton. 1940. Three aphids of the genus Brevicoryne van der Goot. Annals of the Entomological Society of America 33: 404-405.
  148. Smith, C. F., and G. F. Knowlton. 1943. The aphid genus Drepanaphis Del Guercio. Journal of the Elisha Mitchell Society 59: 171-176, plate 22.
  149. Smith, C. F., and G. F. Knowlton. 1966. The genus Aspidaphium Börner (Homoptera: Aphididae). Pan-Pacific Entomologist 42: 20-24.
  150. Smith, C. F., and G. F. Knowlton. 1971. Pleotrichophorus tetradymiae, a new species of aphid from Utah (Homoptera: Aphididae). Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington 73: 320-323.
  151. Smith, C. F., and G. F. Knowlton. 1975. Moss aphids in the United States (Homoptera: Aphididae). United States Department of Agriculture Cooperative Economic Insect Report 25: 423-431.
  152. Smith, C. F., and G. F. Knowlton. 1977. The genus Rhopalosiphoninus Baker (Homoptera: Aphididae) in North America. United States Department of Agriculture Cooperative Plant Pest Report 2: 75-80.
  153. Smith, C. F., and G. F. Knowlton. 1983. A key to the species of aphids (Homoptera: Aphididae) on wild Geranium spp. in the United States, with description of a new species. Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington 85: 686-690.
  154. Smith, C. F., L. F. Martorell, and M. E. Pérez-Escolar. 1958. Myzus persicae (Sulzer) in Puerto Rico. Journal of Agriculture of the University of Puerto Rico 42: 263-266.
  155. Smith, C. F., L. F. Martorell, and M. E. Pérez-Escolar. 1963. Aphididae of Puerto Rico. University of Puerto Rico Agricultural Experiment Station Technical Paper 37: [1]-121.
  156. Smith, C. F., and C. S. Parron. 1978. An annotated list of Aphididae (Homoptera) of North America. North Carolina Agricultural Experiment Station Technical Bulletin 255: [i]-viii, 1-428.
  157. Smith, C. F., and J. O. Pepper. 1968. Grylloprociphilus frosti, new genus, new species, from the eastern United States (Homoptera: Aphididae). Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington 70: 57-60.
  158. Smith, C. F., and R. L. Rabb. 1954. The effects of insecticides on the flavor of tobacco. Proceedings, Association of Southern Agricultural Workers (51st Annual Convention, Dallas, Texas, February 1-3, 1954) 51: 107.
  159. Smith, C. F., and W. H. Rankin. 1947. Does fertilization increase grain aphids? Research and Farming (North Carolina Agricultural Experiment Station, Raleigh) 6(1): 6.
  160. Smith, C. F., and A. G. Robinson. 1975. The genus Myzodium with the description of M. knowltoni, new species (Homoptera: Aphididae). Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington 77: 481-486.
  161. Smith, C. F., and H. L. G. Stroyan. 1972. The probable identity of Prociphilus (Pulvius) probosceus (Homoptera: Aphididae). Annals of the Entomological Society of America 65: 804-807.
  162. Smith, C. F., and N. Tuatay. 1960. The genus Microparsus Patch (Aphidae: Homoptera). Annals of the Entomological Society of America 53: 735-742.
  163. Smith, C. F., and O. Veerhoff. 1947. Ethylene dichloride injury to peach. Journal of Economic Entomology 40: 588.
  164. Starý, P., and C. F. Smith. 1976. The Nearctic distribution, host plants and nomenclature of Monoctonus (Homoptera: Aphididae). Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington 78: 171-175.
  165. Turnipseed, G. F., and C. F. Smith. 1953. Life history and control of scales on apples in North Carolina. Journal of Economic Entomology 46: 969-972.