Jin Xing-Bao’s Bibliography

Bibliography from Jin’s “Chinese Cricket Culture

Cammann, S. 1967. Chinese Impressioned Gourds Reconsidered. Oriental Art. 4: 217-224.

Ho, C. -M., Adler, l. and Bronson, B. 1989. Ceramic Cricket Jars in the Field Museum. Field Museum of Natural History Bulletin, Sept-Oct.: 7-15

Hsu, Y. -C. 1929 Crickets in China. Peking Society of Natural History Bulletin 3: 5-41.

Hua. T. -S. “Jia Yang Ming Chong” Domestic Singing Insects

Jia, S. -D. ca. 1265. “Chu Zhi Jing” Book of Crickets

Jin, X. -B. 1993. Katydids and Crickets Do Have Commercial Value; an insight into the insect market in China. Metaleptea (Orthopterist’s Newsletter). 14 (2): 4.

Laufer, B. 1927. Insect -Musicians and Cricket Champions of China. Field Museum of Natural History Leaflet 22 (Anthropology): 1-15

Li, S. 1931. “Xi Shuai Pu” Cricket Treatise. Beijing

Li, S. -Z. 1578. “Ben Chao Gang Mo” Encyclopedia of Chinese Medicine.

Liu, T. ca. 1700. “Chu Zhi Zhi” Book of Crickets.

Meng, Z. L. 1992. “Xi Shuai Mi Pu” Cricket Treatise. Tianjin. 384pp.

Meng, Z. L. 1993. “Zhong Guo Ming Chong Yu Hu Lu” Chinese Singing Insects and Gourds. Tianjin. 316pp.

Pemberton, R.W. 1990 The Selling of Gamposocleis gratiosa Brunner (Orthoptera: Tettigoniidae) as Singing Pets in China. Pan Pacific Entomologist 66:93-95

Solomon, B. J. 1984. The Cricket Story. Arts of Asia Nov-Dec.: 76-87.

Wang, R. -Y. 742-759. “Kai Yuan Tian Bao Yi Shi” Affairs of the Period of Tian Bao

Zhang, Q. 1993. “Xi Shuai De Pu Yang Dou” Collecting, Rearing and Fighting of Crickets. Beijing. 180pp.

Wang, S.-X. 1993. “Xi Shuai Pu Ji Cheng.” A collection of cricket literature. Cultural Publishing House, Shanghai.

Wang, S.-X. 1993. “Shuo Hu Lu.” Charms of the Gourd. Hong Kong.

Yuan, H.-D. ca. 1580. “Chu Zhi Zhi.” Book of Crickets.

Zhou, I. 1980. “Zhong Guo Kun Chong Xue Shi” A History of Chinese Entomology. Entomotaxonomia Wugong. 213pp.

Qin, J. -D., Meng, X. -L., Gong, S. -F. 1992. Entomology in China. The XIX International Congress of Entomology, Beijing, 110pp.

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??, 1100-600 B.C. “Shi Jin” Collection of Poems