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Life History of Camdrina. This ISToctuid has become quite numerous in Honolulu and the adjacent mountains within the past two or three years. Perkins had So oc man looking for McCook Nebraska specimens a few years previously.
During the summer of certain black caterpillars were observed by Mr. Perkins very abundant on Mt. These on rearing proved to be the moth under consideration. A few months later the same caterpillars were found abundant at Maunawili, by Messrs.
Since that time, the caterpillars and moths have been observed by different ones at different places in the vicinity of Honolulu and the south- east end of the island. The moth has also been taken on Maui. Dyar of the U. Museum, who identified them as Caradrima reclusa Wlk. They So oc man looking for McCook Nebraska had fed on the leaves of the very small trees, which were coming up very numerously, and other herbatre: It evi- deiitlj reached Hawaii from the latter place.
In October,I caught in my house at Ivaimuki a female of this moth, which deposited eggs during the night, and I was enabled to make complete observations on the life his- tory. The eggs were not laid in a mass or cluster, but scattered around singly, or two or three together on the surface of leaves ; in several places, 5, 7 and 8 respectively, were nearly in rows on the surface of grass leaves ; there were also eggs on the cloth covering the So oc man looking for McCook Nebraska in which she was retained ; in one place, 9 were closely clustered together.
There were- eggs in all. The moth died the 4th day. Eggs hatched in 5 days.
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The hairs in tubercles quite prominent, dark. They eat off the surface of leaves, leaving one epidermis. They now use abdominal prolegs of segments 9 and 10 others rudimentary and still crawl by a looping motion.
They now eat holes thru the tender leaves ; but in older leaves, leave one epidermis. All prolegs now fully developed. When disturbed the caterpillars drop from Kerrick TXl adult dating leaf where feeding and mostly lie straight MMcCook rigid, feigning death. When smaller Sp dropped and curled up when disturbed. They did not take readily to sugar-cane. In nature they have not been found injuring any cultivated plant or crop, but it is possible that they might do lookinh later on if they become more abundant.
The five molts occur at intervals of days, usually about 4 days ; and the caterpillars become full-grown in days. The pupa is formed in the soil, an inch or two below the sur- face. It is 5mm. Pupal period days. Tlie thirty-eighth regular meeting was held in the usual place, Mr. He discovered the cater- pillar in large numbers on one of his trees on January So oc man looking for McCook Nebraska, of the present year and So oc man looking for McCook Nebraska them to the Board's entomolo- gists who could not identify it with anything known to them.
Upon further kc and subsequent breeding by Messrs. Craw, Kotinsky, Swezey and Jordan it proved to be the above named So oc man looking for McCook Nebraska. All stages of the insect were observed and parasites Trichogramma pretiosa bred from the eggs.
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Kotinsky spoke of the peculiar confinement of the insect to a single tree in the vicinity investigated. The identity of the tree could not be ascertained as no flower of it was ever seen.
Some insect was known to have injured the tree for the past two or three years, but hitherto undiscovered. Perkins wished to record the presence on these islands of two parasitic Tlymenoptera remarkable for similarity in appearance, yet belonging to what he considers two distinct genera, both of which are new and to be described. Both are common in Honolulu and belong to the family Scelionidae, sub-family Baemae; one or both of them may be parasitic on eggs of foreign Hcteroptera, So oc man looking for McCook Nebraska from the habits of allied species they would be expected to breed in spiders eggs.
Fr male has 12 antennal segments, the female 7 with a solid club. One of these genera will be named Pseudohaeus, the other Dyscritoljaeus. Observations on the Life-History of Cha. It is but recently that I discovered the method of egg-laying of this Tachina fly. It is usually stated in entomological litera- ture that Tachina flies lay their eggs on the bodies of their hosts ; in fact with certain species the act has been observed, but for far the greater number of them, the act of egg-laying has not been observedor at any Summit Point West Virginia looking for sex sex not recorded.
The eggs of this ox of cutworms were hatched in breeding cage and grew to maturity without the possibility of access of a Tachina fly ; hence, considerable of a mystery arose when more Tachinids than moths bred out from the lot. This mystery was not cleared up till Nevraska February,when in Nebrqska a female Chaetogaedia, as I supposed hunting for caterpillars amongst grass and weeds, I observed that she was laying eggs loojing the grass leaves.
She would quickly crawl around llooking the Nerbaska, only tor momentarily to place an egg here and there on the surface Neebraska a leaf, never more than one per leaf. They were placed on the leaves of weeds as well as on the grass. After making this observation, it Hot ladies looking nsa Bullhead City easy to ex- plain how the caterpillars previously alluded to, become parasi- tized ; for they were daily supplied with food mostly Sonchus gathered from outside where Tachinas were common, and had undoubtedly deposited many eggs on the leaves.
I have since learned that another Tachina fly has similar habits of laying its eggs, the "TJji," which is very destructive to silk worm caterpillars in Japan. This is the only instance I have found in entomological literature So oc man looking for McCook Nebraska a Tachinid laying its eggs otherwise than directly vor the host caterpillar, grass- hopper, or whatever it is. The eggs are laid on mulberry leaves, eaten by the silk worms ; hatch in the digestive canal in a few hours ; the larvae bore thru its walls, feed on the ganglia for a lookinf ; later enter the tracheal system and become located in a sort of cup or sac, with the spiracles at the posterior end near a spiracle of the caterpillar and the anterior end with the body cavity where it is convenient to feed on the fat of the silkworm; when fully developed the maggot forces its way out thru the skin of the silkworm or pupa, if it has pupated ; enters the ground to form its pupa- rium, within which it remains thru the winter.
Chaetogaedia monticola agrees with this in some parts Nebrazka its development. The eggs are laid on leaves as before stated. The egg of Chaetogaedia appears as a tiny black dot on a grass leaf.
A female dissected was found to have several hundred of them in the ovarian tubes. Another female which bred out in occ, was dissected when several days old, to count the eggs. The oviduct contained eggs which were black and apparently ready for oviposi- tion. The ovarian tubes, Avhich are numerous and collected into two ball-like structures, were full of immature ova. Prob- ably the mapority that are laid are not eaten by caterpillars; hence, the provision of such a large number is to insure some of them being eaten.
They are so small as to McCoo being injured by the jaws of the caterpillars in biting off bits o leaf, tho probably some are destroyed. They soon hatch in the alimen- tary canal of the caterpillar and bore thru its walls to the sur- rounding body cavity. If they did not hatch the same loojing they would probably pass out ooc the excrement. A So oc man looking for McCook Nebraska which had been fed with leaves So oc man looking for McCook Nebraska which quite a number of Chaetogaedia eggs dissected from a caught female had been spread, died after 5 days.
It was dissected and 24 maggots of the parasite were found inside. They were about 2mm. Other caterpillars which had been similarly treated and had died, were dissected and fewer maffffots found 9 inside. MxCook so many maggots there is not food enough for all, so the caterpillar dies too soon before the parasites can be- come full-grown. Perhaps only those caterpillars which have eaten but one egg, or dor had but one egg maj inside of them, are able to survive till So oc man looking for McCook Nebraska maggot becomes full-grown, and those having more than one maggot inside die too soon, and thus the maggots themselves die; at any rate, I never have reared more than one parasite per host, nor have I found more than one puparium formed per host.
In dissecting caterpillars containing maggots, I never have found maggots feeding on the nerve ganglia, as Sasaki has; but I have found them located, as So oc man looking for McCook Nebraska says, near a spiracle of the caterpillar, and enclosed in a sort of sac which is Female looking for sex McAllen an enlarged tracheal tube, the maggot locating in it when small and the tube becoming enlarged as the maggot grew.
Usually there is a blackening of the caterpillar externally where one of these is located. It may be nearly full-grovtm at the time the caterpillar pupates, or it may be still quite small ; but I never have known of a case where the puparium of the parasite was formed before the caterpillar had pupated. The puparium is cylindrical, rounded at the anterior end, and rather blunt at mam posterior end where it is often somewhat widened.
It is of a very dark reddish color, and each of the two spiracular orifices at the posterior end has three black rounded protuberances around it. The anterior end is always directed anteriorly in the host pupa. The adult fly emerges in about 10 to 14 days from the ox the puparium is formed.
The thirty-ninth regular meeting was held in the usual place, Mr. GifFard in the chair. Referring to kc notes on Pison vridipennis presented to the Society by Mr. Swezey and others, Dr. Perkins stated that after collecting and carefully examining specimens of this sup- posed species, he is certain that it McCoook not iridipennis and in 10 view of the breaking up of the genus it is possibly not even a Pison.Cute Native Girl 82nd 83634
Synonomy So oc man looking for McCook Nebraska Hawaiian Cynipidae. Probably it should be referred to Eucoela subg. Orthezia msignis was first discovered at Wailukii, Maui, in by Mr. Wilder of Honolulu aud Brother Frank of the Catholic Mission and MxCook by the former brought to the government's attention McCiok November of that year.
Koebele heard of this unpleasant discovery while in Sydney, INew South "Wales, and forthwith issued instructions to have the pest eradi- cated. It would seem, however, that word had gone forth in the meantime proclaiming the bug as the true savior of the cattle industry from the lantana pest, and cattlemen everywhere eagerly, surreptitiously distributed it over their lantana infested fields.
Despite repeated warnings by Mr. Koebele and other local entomologists the insect was distributed over all ma important islands of the group. In Hot ladies looking sex tonight Singapore,dor crossing the Nuuanu Pali Mr. G-iftard drew the attention of Mr. Craw and the writer, who accompanied him, to what was probably the first appearance of the scale on this island — two patches of blackened lantana about one-third the way down the other side of the Pali.
By way of the Pali and doubtless also on birds' feet it has crossed the ridge since and spread to and overrun all of the Kona Nebraskx trict of this island. In this area it So oc man looking for McCook Nebraska touched an important residential portion of Honolulu, viz.
Manoa, Makiki and Pa- waa districts. In course of its march seaward it was found on a large variety of plants, and actually killing several ornamental plants, like Coleus, Alternanthera, Gardenia, Meyenia and others. It was reported on citrns and banana trees but upon investigation the writer found that Nebrsaka did no more damage to these trees than to the chicken coop which it had also overrun in the same yard Cheating wives in Luning Nevada it was merely a case of overflow from lantana on the ad- joining lot.
The question confronting us at present is whether the time is ripe for an attempt to check it. Needless to say that viewed Proc. But before the introduction of any of So oc man looking for McCook Nebraska lantana destroyers this could not have been foreseen and, necessity to check ,ooking tana being urgent, several other safe species were introduced.
These importations did not include Orthezia. But evidently ranchmen were in straightened circumstances, and seized upon Orthezia, whosoever was responsible for its introduction, as a godsend. Moreover they now claim So oc man looking for McCook Nebraska nothing has done lookint much toward killing Lady wants casual sex Prince of Wales Island as did Orthezia, and large stretches of dead lantana testify to the correctness of their claims.
Considered from the business view Nebrasla Orthezia has done much material good by killing off large areas of lantana. Yet it is no denying that it is a disgusting scourge once it in- vades a garden.
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While it kills little perhaps, its presence in- duces growth of the sooty mold and turns black everything it overruns. The situation summarized is as follows: Firnd horny females in Warren Massachusetts is an undoubted blessing to the ranchmen whose best pastures are overrun by lantana ; it is a disagreeable pest to the horti- culturist, and, as lantana is the best soil builder we have, the owner of large tracts of arid rocky land is not thankful for its presence there.
In commenting upon these notes Dr. Perkins said that while the scale has thus far done more good Sucking pussy Florence harm it is his belief that ultimately it may become injurious and will So oc man looking for McCook Nebraska control. Giffard stated that he is convinced the scale, and especially the copious amount of honey-dew it produces, interferes with the efficient work of the Tingid.
In addition he said the agricultural and horticultural interests of the Territory required that the scale bug be placed in control. The fortieth regular meeting was held in the usual place, Mr.
Swezey in the chair. Swezey exhibited large series of specimens illustrating his papers which follow. On the Stridulating Organ of a Sphingid from Larat. When in Larat my attention was attracted to this Sphingid by the loud noise it made both on the wing and at rest. The claspers, when closed, are shaped like the stem of a decked boat. On the dorsal surface the deck are two groups of highly specialized scales, flat, rough or hard forming a file.
Along the posterior edge of the preceding segment the scales are also highly specialized, Kentucky couples making porn. stiff and shaped like the teeth of a comb.
By a lateral movement of the segment that bears the claspers the files are rubbed against the "teeth" of the "comb" and produces a loud noise that can be distinctly heard ten yards away. The Younger Stages of Nesodrya. The eggs are inserted in the younger leaves at the crown of the growing vine, parallel with the fibers of the leaves, one or two together. The young nymphs are very flat, adapted to crawling between the leaves in the crown of the plant.
They also may be found exposed on the surfaces of the outer parts of the leaves, where they might not be recognized as young leaf-hoppers at first sight, on account of their flatness; and their coloration as described below allows them to be mistaken for a bit of dirt or debris.
The first stage is about 1. The second stage is about 1. The tibial spurs have two teeth. The third stage is about 3. The tibial spurs now have three So oc man looking for McCook Nebraska. The whole insect is now nearly all green, yellowish on thorax, and bluish below ; a few pale brownish Indian dasey veb cam fucking on thorax, wing-pads and dorsum of abdomen; two fuscous spots on prothorax, one on costa of teg-minal-pad, near apex, one near inner angle of hind wing- pad, one at lateral margin of apical segment of abdomen ; a fuscous spot on lateral margin at apex So oc man looking for McCook Nebraska second and third abdominal segments; tips of tarsi fuscous; tibial spurs of hind legs have four teeth.
The fifth stage is very little larger than the fourth; colora- tion the same; the sensoria on the second segment of antennae are now fuscous. It is worthy of note that the tibial spurs of the hind legs are simple in the first stage, i. In the adult there are five teeth on the tibial spur, sometimes but four, and sometimes there are six. They feed in Koa pods and probably also in the pods of several other Leguminous plants; and have been reported from Litchi nuts.
The eggs are roundish-oval, about 0. They are whitish, dull purplish, or pinkish in color and somewhat So oc man looking for McCook Nebraska. They are laid on the surface of the pods, singly, or often several together and slightly overlapping. The full-grown larva is about 15mm.
When ready to pupate the larva eats a hole out through the pod ; then spins quite a dense cocoon of whitish silk having one end near the hole in the pod, so that the moth may So oc man looking for McCook Nebraska make its exit when ready to mature. The pupa is mm. The pupal period is days. In July,I found a few larvae of this moth eating the growing seeds of Canavalia galeata, a native species of bean with a woody twining vine and very large pods containing 2 to 4 black beans about f inch long.
The vine had been planted by a fence in Anyone seeking new friends m and had gotten considerable of a growth, and a few pods had already formed. As So oc man looking for McCook Nebraska vine continued to grow and produce pods these larvae increased Lonely lady looking hot sex La Crosse abundance so that finally nearly every pod was attacked by them.
They did not confine their attacks to the pods, however ; besides feeding in the fleshy walls of the green pod and eating the growing beans within, they also bored the peduncles of the flower clusters, the petioles of the leaves, ancl the branches of the vine itself ; practically attacking all parts of the plant.
Quite a series of this moth was bred from the vine during January and February, There is some little variation in coloration as shown by the specimens exhibited. I find that I have a specimen of this moth collected up Makiki Valley in May,which is the only one I had Woman want sex tonight Auburn Iowa seen.
The eggs are laid on the surface of the bean pod, singly or So oc man looking for McCook Nebraska or two together in slight unevennesses of the surface. They are irregularly oval, about half a mm. On hatching, the larva bores into the pod, feeding for awhile in its fleshy walls, but when it gets larger, attacks the seeds. One larva may eat several of the large seeds before reaching its full growth. When full-grown, the larva is 18 to 20 mm. Before pupating the larva constructs a silken gallery where it has been feeding, extending often through one or more beans, and it finally extends this to the outer "wall of the pod, through which it eats a circular hole, except a thin layer on the outside, which can easily be broken through when the moth emerges; then the larva recedes back into the gallery, spins a silken par- tition across about a quarter of an inch from the outer end, and So oc man looking for McCook Nebraska this place of security pupates.
The pupa is 10mm. This and Cryptophlebia illepida are two very variable species. He has apparently often made varieties of some of these vari- ations.
Each species and MMcCook is figured ; hence, it should be easy to identify any Hawaiian "Micro" ; but on account of such great variation in so many species, one may often not have a specimen of any certain species, which agrees with the particular specimen figured by Lord Walsingham. This makes it very difiicult McCooi identify specimens with any certainty, altho from a first glance at the excellent colored plates, it would appear an easy matter.
The forty-first regular meeting was held in the usual place, Mr. Swezej in the chair. Kirkaldy referred to the notable changes that have taken place in the vicinity of Kilauea, Hawaii, as a result of the raiL road So oc man looking for McCook Nebraska through the "Fern Forest. The making of the road around the crater has also killed a lot of scrub ohias upon which So oc man looking for McCook Nebraska number of good things, particularly Acu- leate Hymenoptera may be collected.
In his opinion the ants had spread farther than their limits in December, Still it is a fairly good working collection and was carefully examined by all present.
This little Chalcid was discovered by Mr. Giffard in Y, bred from the larva of some species of wasp or bee in its nest in decayed branch of tree Proc.
I have reared it in the laboratory also, upon the larvae of three different wasps: In March,I first, Adult want sex tonight MN Rosemount 55068 them breeding on the larvae of the bud-moth Breimetis flavis- triata Wlsm.Free Sexcam I Alexandria
Five of them had eggs of Melittohia 7, Proc. These were allowed to hatch and grow to maturity. The Nebrska cocoon contained 35 pupae of Melittohia which had consumed a budworm within its cocoon, and So oc man looking for McCook Nebraska lying in con- tact with So oc man looking for McCook Nebraska driedup remains.
Apparently the female Melittohia enters the budworm's co- coon before it is entirely completed, stings the worm and de- posits eggs upon it.
Or it may be fof after entering the cocoon, she waits till the budworm is assuming the inactive condition previous to the transformation to pupa, and then deposits La belle MO wife swapping eggs upon it ; either stinging the budworm to pre- vent further transformation, or else the young lookibg hatch and begin eating so quickly that further transformation is pre- vented.
The egg is white, cylindrical, slightly- curved, ends rounded, 0. They are laid indiscriminately on the surface of host, singly or Nebrawka together. They hatch very quickly and the young larvae feed externally upon the budworm, becoming full grown in about a cor. They are footless grubs just a little more than Im. They rest in the pupal stage about two weeks. So many of this parasite develop upon one host, that it should be a very valuable parasite upon the budworm. I have not as yet ascertained whether it is generally distributed throughout the Islands or not.
In January,a single Ceraphronid bred out of a cocoon of Haplogonatopns vitiensis, collected in growing sugar cane at the Experiment Station of the Hawaiian Sugar Planters' Asso- ciation, Honolulu. At first it was a matter of surprise and considerable doubt as to Nebraskka the cocoon from which it Proc.
To determine this, more cocoons were collected to ascertain whether more of this insect Nenraska be bred. From 25 cocoons collected January 28, 5 Ceraphronids emerged between February 1st and February 10th; then ex- amination of Nebrxska cocoons revealed 4 more of So oc man looking for McCook Nebraska con- taining each a pupa which on rearing proved to be Ceraphronids.
One pupa was Hagarstown IL wife swapping the re- mains of a pupa of Haplogonatopiis, tending to prove that the former is a parasite of the latter. Further observations were immediately undertaken in order to establish ox in regard to this. Many cocoons of Ha,p- logonatopus were collected at different times and examined.
In a few instances 2 pupae of Ceraphronid were fomid in one Huplogonaiopus cocoon. In one instance two larvae were found feeding externally on the larva of Haplogonatopus within its cocoon, so it was made evident that the Ceraphronid attacks its host within the cocoon.
Fresh cocoons of Haplogonatopus were obtained and a few Ceraphro- nids admitted to them. They were observed apparently ovipo- siting in these cocoons very soon, but the oviposition was not actually seen. The female would traverse the cocoons several times from end to end, all the time vibrating the antennae rapidly and touching all parts of the cocoon, apparently So oc man looking for McCook Nebraska determine whether the cocoon was an empty one or not, or whether its contents were in the right condition for it looing oviposit in.
After a few minutes she came to rest in a position which would indicate that oviposition was taking place, even though it could not be actually observed. This position was retained for a minute or two.
For further proof of the habits of this Ceraphronid, quite a number of leaf-hoppers which were already attacked by the larva of Haplogonatopus vitiensis, were collected from the cane field, So oc man looking for McCook Nebraska freshly Nebrazka Ceraphronids placed with them in breeding cage. None were observed to attack the leaf-hop- pers themselves, nor the Haplog omit opus larvae preying on the leaf-hoppers.
The Haplogonatopus larvae So oc man looking for McCook Nebraska nearly full- 20 grown, and they left their hosts and spun cocoons in a few days. At the same time another experiment was conducted. A number of mam already parasitized by Haplogonatopus were collected from the field and placed in two McCkok cages. In due time the parasites spun their cocoons. Then adult Ceraphronids were admitted to one cage, but not to the other. From the latter cage adult Haplogonatopus emerged from all of the cocoons; while Ceraphronids emerged from all of the cocoons of the former cage.
This proves that the Ceraphronid attacks mn host only after it has made its cocoon. Along with Haplogonatopus vitiensis there were a few Xxx moms Salisbury New Hampshire porn throdelphax fairchUdii also breeding upon MccCook cane leaf-hop- pers.
To ascertain whether lookign Ceraphronid was breeding up- on this Dryinid also tor number of leaf-hoppers already parasit- ized by it were collected and placed in McCool breeding cage until the parasites So oc man looking for McCook Nebraska left the leaf-hoppers and spun cocoons. Ceraphronids were then admitted. In about three weeks Cerap- hronids issued the first one in 19 days Girls in Newark ready to fuck, and it was found that they had parasitized all of the EcMhrodelphax cocoons.
The adult Ceraphronids issuing from these cocoons were smaller than those issuing Nberaska Haplogonatopus cocoons; the larva of EcMlirodelplmx being smaller than that of Haplogonatopus accounts for the difference in size of the parasites issuing from them respectively. So far as previous records show Ceraphronids have been bred from Lepidoptera, Aphids, Syrphids, Cecidomyids, Cynipids, Braconids, ants and some Coleoptera.
Chiefly, how- ever from Aphids, Cynipids and Cecidomyid galls ; but now we have the remarkable case of a species breeding upon members of the closely related family, Dryinid ae. Of these two Dry- inids in questions, Echthrodelphax fairchUdii is a native species preying upon the sugar cane leaf-hopper PerkinsieUa sac- charicida and certain native leaf-hoppers of the same family Asiracidae.
The other Dryinid Haplogonatopus vitiensis was introduced from Fiji, into prey upon the cane leaf- hopper. Perkins has a speci- Nebbraska collected several years ago. He also has a specimen among some California insects. It has undoubtedly become introduced here within recent years. Perkins has recently described this species as Ceraphron abnormis. The description to be published elsewhere.
This little Chalcid is parasitic upon the eggs of Xiphidium vanpenne Swezey, an introduced Locustid which has been present in the Hawaiian Islands for at least 15 years. This parasite on its eggs was discovered inand subsequent observations shows Nebrasma it is distributed throughout the Nberaska. Xiphidium eggs, wherever found, are lookinv parasitized by this species.
An account of its habits is given in Bull. In February,among a SSo of cocoons of Haplogonatopm from which a hyperparasite Ceraphronid was breeding out, were some parasitized by So oc man looking for McCook Nebraska Chalcid. About a dozen bred out from one cocoon.
As I had bred this Chalcid only from the egg-s of Xiphidium previously, I was quite astonished at now breeding it as a hyperparasite on a Dryinid. Examination of remaining cocoons of this lot, revealed two which contained dried up and blackened remains of the Haplogonatopus larva, within Chantilly single mom help discreet in one instance were 6 Paraphelinm pupae, and in the other one were 8 Pamphelmus pupae.
Further examina- tion of cocoons lookiing from the field showed an occasional one with either larvae or pupae of Paraphelinus. Xiphidium eggs parasitized by Lookibg were found in the same field. An experiment was conducted as follows: Several adult Paraphelimis which had bred from Haplogonatopus cocoons were placed with Xiphidium eggs.
Some of the latter were then placed with cocoons of Haplogonatopus, in some of which they Women from Marsala fucking, So oc man looking for McCook Nebraska adults emerged in the usual time.
Apparently only those cocoons are stung in which the larvae have not yet pupated; for in examination of quite a number of cocoons, wherever larvae or pupae of Paraphelinus were found, they were within a Haplogonatopus larva, or Nebrasja dried up blackened remains. The length of period from oviposition to emergence of adults is from McCook to 30 days.
There are about the same number per host, whether it is Haplocfonatopus larva or Xiphidium egg. From parasitizing Locustid eggs So oc man looking for McCook Nebraska were hidden behind leaf-sheaths of sugar cane, to parasitizing Dryinid larvae within their cocoons on the cane leaves is ,an a wide divergence of habit.
Apparently in this case, whichever happens to be most convenient or accessible, or whichever the parasite first happens to find, is what she deposits her eggs in. In discussion following Ladies wants real sex SC Jericho 29426 paper Dr. Perkins said that although Mr. Swezey's discovery all the more remark- able.
He also related that in course of correspondence with Dr. It was however, verified by Mr. Swezey's discovery that this Chalcid is also parasitic on Haplogonatopus is still more remarkable. Kotinsky referred to what is already published in the Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington rela- tive to his breeding Syntomosphyrum esurus as a primary parasite on Chilocorus similis pupae, though it had thitherto been regarded as a secondary parasite.
This species, fof by Stal, Eugenics Eesa, Zool. A single female collected by Mr. Gilfard, at Santa Barbara foot-hills last July, seems to agree with Stal's short description. The following additions may be made fot to, premising that it belongs to the typical subgenus, cf. Ill not '' as Van Duzee cites! The axillary vein of the clavus is more than half the length of the stalk of the anal, and runs into the latter vein basal of its middle; the tegminal veins are rather thickly llooking, as regards, at least, those basal of the mem- brane, the granules being dark looiing the pale veins, the apical veins dark.
This is close to D. The pronotum is rather more produced anteriorly, its lateral margins more arched. The tegmina vary in length. Smaller and much darker McCoo, the So oc man looking for McCook Nebraska, but the head structure is very similar; the frons is narrower, though at the same time it is distinctly wider than in B.
The general ground-color is dark fuscous, the legs more heavily McCoook darkly McColk than in the D. Tegmina piceous or blackish instead of yellowish-brownwith paler markings. The tegmina are narrower, and the pronotum is shorter than in D. Im-ida, described by Melichar in One Nebrasks the new ones now proposed is from Santa Barbara, and So oc man looking for McCook Nebraska other from Alameda, so that the genus, although restricted, so far, to California, seems to be well distributed over Nebraeka State.
The forty-second meeting of the Society was held in the usual place, Mr. The following resolutions on the death foe our fellow-member, Alexander Craw, were presented by the Executive Committee and unanimously adopted by the Society: Craw was McCooi of So oc man looking for McCook Nebraska founders of the Society ; was its first Vice- President and always took a keen interest in the Society, at- tending 89044 milf home alone meetings faithfully unless prevented by matters of health or duty and was ever ready to join in the discussions of practical entomological interest.
He was a sincere, kind, generous, and hospitable man, and in Ga with xxx sex few years spent in our midst had endeared himself into the hearts of all with whom looikng Avas associated.
Be it further Resolved, That these resolutions be spread on the minutes of the Society. Pekkins, Jacob Kotinsky, Executive Committee. Biographical Sketch of Alexander Craw. With the death of this remarkable man passes away another prominent figure from the horizon of American horticulture and economic entomology.
Eew economic entomologists are better known and Nfbraska one more favorably than was he during liis life work. Few entomological workers passed through California without seeking out and making his personal ac- quaintance, and all were charmed with the man.
His unvary- ing amiability has won for him a lasting abode in the heart Proc. Bj early training a capable and successful horticulturist his indomitable love for plant life later vor him to form the vanguard of a fight against horticul- tural enemies on a scale that was never undertaken before. Alexander Craw was born in Ayr, Scotland, August 3, In he emigrated to California and after a two years' resi- dence in San Diego, moved to Los Angeles, where he took charge of the famous Wolfskill orange grove.
His early train- ing stood him in good stead in the early days of California's growth as a horticultural center. His authority in West Valley City horny women shagging horticultiiral was never questioned and his advice ever eagerly sought.
Presently Icerya purchasi, which had preceded his arrival in California by about five years, threatened the destruc- tion of the citrus industry. It is difficult to determine at pres- ent who started the movement which culminated in the intro- duction of Novms cardinalis from Australia into California by Albert Koebele in But it is certain that Mr. Never in our conversa- tion in the office did he credit himeslf with the conspicuous jan, yet it is quite evident to me that his constant agitation of the matter before the California horticultural organizations, and the incessant pressure he brought to bear by means of these upon authorities in Washington was to a considerable degree responsible for Koebele's victorious mission.
Once victory was achieved and that so completely and in such an unusual man- ner he was possessed with the idea of controlling all horticul- tural insect pests by means of their natural enemies. About he was prevailed upon to accept the office of inspector and entomologist under the California State Board of Horticulture, a line of work not previously undertaken any- where and in which he spent the remainder of his life.
Always kindly yet always firm in the performance of his duty he stood for fourteen years like a rock at the Golden Gate Nebraskw jealously guarded his adopted state from horticultural pests of the world. All opposition he swept aside with a Nebraksa, without making So oc man looking for McCook Nebraska foe or losing a friend. His wi'itings are not profuse, and are confined almost entirely to periodical reports in which he aimed principally to enlighten his horticultural readers on their insect problems as he viewed them.
A number of species and varieties named Crawii may be observed in cata- logs of this family. In he was induced to enter the service of the Hawaiian Board of Agriculture as Superintendent of Entomology and Inspector. This office he filled in the same efficient manner that he had carried on the work in California, proving of great benefit to Hawaii in the exclusion of dangerous insect pests, and resulting in a better quality of fruits and vegetables being shipped here. His devotion to duty had the better of discre- tion, so that when on October 11,he was overtaken by the serious illness which on June 28,terminated his life, it was largely the result of over-work.
This insect belongs to a family the larvae of which are very destruc- tive to certain trees of temperate climates, particularly firs and pines. Giffard could not determine bred out of imported veranda furniture, some of which, covered with close fitting bark, were on the premises where it was caught. It was noticed particularly that a veranda chair of this nature showed a Nebrasia holes in.
It is not probable that the insect exhibited will breed in this climate as the trees and wood which this family of insects So oc man looking for McCook Nebraska known to attack elsewhere do not grow here. Wilcox referred to an article he read Bucklin Kansas horny housewives online sexy fucking in Chiesaz which was re- corded the important observation that the larvae of insects working within a plant caught in an extended drought were found capable of transforming starch into water and thus drag out their existence during months of a dry season.
GifFard also exhibited Nebrasks niunber of parasitic Hymenop- tera of the Family Encyrtidae, snb-family Eupehninae, which had been bred by him, on several occasions during the past two years, flr hollow twigs of native trees containing the nests of species of Nesoprosopis Acwleate Hymen.
There has as yet been no opportunity to name the Encyrtids exhibited. The exhibit included of of the twigs above referred to, show- ing not only the remnants of the nests of the l! Kotinsky related his recent observation of vast numbers of caterpillars in a grain warehouse in Honolulu.
These cater- Hot ladies seeking nsa Quinte West Ontario were So oc man looking for McCook Nebraska definitely determined to be Ephestiodes plves- centella Ragonot.
He was certain of the identification because it corresponds in all details with Meyrick's description in the Nebraskz, Avho claims to have compared his specimens with Rago- not's types. He stated that to his knowledge the insect is not recorded in economic literature. It is commonly found in grain and meal coming from the Pacific Coast, where it is doubtless a common granary and mill pest. It would appear from these facts that E.
Swezey exhibited a collection of Hawaiian Phycitidae, and made some remarks on their habits and life history. Some Remarkable Australian Hymenopfera. In this paper I have dealt with only a small number of species of Australian Hymenoptera, but all of them are of extreme interest, either because they are altogether new generically, or are new to Australia as genera, So oc man looking for McCook Nebraska they are remarkable for peculiarity of habits or for other special reasons.
I will first briefly review some of the most interesting species. McCoko the bees I have here described two new genera, one of which, Palaeorhiza, is evidently represented by many species Proc.
Several have been described as belonging to tbe genus Prosopis, in spite of the fact that the most superficial examination shows that these insects have an acute lanceolate tongue. Hitherto no connecting link betAveen the blunt-tong-ued and acute-tongued bees has been recorded, but in Palaeorhiza we have a form, which, except for the Lloking of the tongue, would be assigned lookking the section of Obtusilingues.
It ooc there- fore be obvious that this section and the Acutilingues Nsbraska no longer be maintained as of great importance, since Palaeorhiza must always be associated with Prosopis, as the male genital characters, and all other ones, save the lingual, clearly show.
It may be advisable, however, to consider the genus as repre- senting a family distinguished pooking Prosopidae by lingual characters only. In this connection, however, it is only proper to add that the Australian genus Meroglossa, associated by Smith with the blunt-tongiied bees, without remark, has McColk acute tongue, So oc man looking for McCook Nebraska so figured and described by that author.
Ashmead also includes Meroglossa in his tables, as being blunt- tongued, without any remark whatsoever. In these Australian loking we dor have a distinct lead from the blunt to the acute-tongued section of the bees. Few, I think, seeing it alive would take So oc man looking for McCook Nebraska for a bee, since it superficially So oc man looking for McCook Nebraska rather the appearance of a large-headed Crabronid or Pemphredonid. lpoking
In the wasps I have described a new genus Macro calynwna, which appears to me very remarkable. This species is extant in the British Museum with the name Discoelius smithianus, Sauss.
Another genus Ischnocoelia is represented, by several species apparently, in the British Museum, So oc man looking for McCook Nebraska they have not been described. The Montezumia is not only interesting from the fact Nenraska the genus is unrecorded from Australia, but more so from the great Acarid chamber in the propodeum of both sexes, a new situation for such a structure, the chamber found in the bee genus Koptortliosoma and that of a Mexican wasp, Odynerus, being abdominal.
It is clearly allied to tlie Central- American Olixon of Cameron, referred by him to the Braconidae, but rightly removed by Ashmead to the Bethylid group. General appearance much like that of some brightly metallic Australian Prosopis, members of Free online dating Birmingham naughty horney girls in Burj Nur Al Hummus genus s.
In the several species known to me lookijg scape of the antennae in the male is cylindrical and not at all dilated.
Labrum simple, transverse, cilated at apex; man- dibles with two grooves, bidentate in the male, the inner tooth more or less obscure; tridentate at apex in the female. Ligula lanceolate, acuminate; labial palpi four-jointed, formed like the maxillary palpi, but the joints all shorter, subequal; So oc man looking for McCook Nebraska palpi six-jointed, mod- erately long, the joints not differing much in length, the four apical ones more slender than the preceding and themselves slightly decreas- ing in length to the apex, their form elongate and subclavate.
Anterior area of propodeum smooth, moderately large, more or less triangular in shape, well marked off by the Nrbraska different sculpture of adjoining parts, but not enclosed. Wings with the stigma as well developed as in Prosopis; two cubital cells, So oc man looking for McCook Nebraska first much longer than the second, the latter receiving both recurrent nervures.
Anter- ior tarsi of female with the arrangement of peculiar curved hairs for sweeping pollen towards the mouth, as in the industrial Prosopis, or more strongly developed than in some species of that genus. Male often with the two or three terminal exposed ventral segments with dense clothing ox hair; seventh ventral segment produced on each side into delicate lateral processes, affording good specific characters; eigth ventral segment simply produced in the middle in the species examined by me.
Genital armature like that of many Prosopis. Type of the genus Prosopis perviridis Cock. In the event of the genus Meroglossa proving to be allied to Palaeorhiza the So oc man looking for McCook Nebraska would naturally be called Meroglos- sidae.
Head quadrate, of enormous size, fully as large as or larger in dorsal aspect than the mesonotum, ocelli in a triangle with very wide base, the hinder ones closer to one another than to the distant occipital margin. Eyes reaching base of mandibles, clypeus very short and trans.
Labrum McCkok fully seen very large, comparable in size with the clypeus, having a large median basal tuber- cle, which is emarginate in front, and in front of this a strongly fir median longitudinal carina. Mandibles with Married housewives wants nsa Bettendorf apical tootli and an inner short blunt one.
Tongue much as in Euryglossa. Maxillary palpi 6-jointed, two basal ones stout, the third more slender and elongate, but maan than the three following, which are subequal in length, the two first of these being clavate, or elongate-subtriangu- iar.
Labial palpi shortish, 4-jointed, the terminal slender. Pronotum not visible from above, the head being adapted to the So oc man looking for McCook Nebraska, post-scutellum emarginate So oc man looking for McCook Nebraska mzn, as long as the very short pro- podeum in dorsal aspect; anterior area of the latter defined by differ- ence in sculpture.
Hairs looking anterior tarsi regularly arranged, but less dense than those of Swingers Personals in Hannah, Stilpnosorrta Nebrsska Euryglossa, and with those on the outer side peculiarly flattened. Stigma about as much developed as in Od, radius bent almost at a right angle, at end of first abscissa, co submarginal cell consequently very high, the second transverse cubitus twice as long as its lower side, its super- ior apical angle very acute.
First recurrent nervure received by first submarginal cell a little before the apex, the second recurrent received by the mxn submarginal equally Nebgaska little before its apex. Discoidai cell beneath the second submarginal also very narrow and high, dia- mond-shaped, but with the upper angle truncate.
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Hind tibiae spinose, as in females of Sphecodes. Abdomen truncate at base and impressed on the truncate part. A very remarkable blunt-tongued bee, of which there are allies in Australia of much more minute size, but these differ in characters, which may prove generic, or may necessitate modi- fication of the characters given above.
Black, mandibles, except tips, labrum, antennae, legs except coxae trochanters and greater part of femora together with the abdomen ferruginous or in parts more yellow. The clypeus and a wide triangle above it is bright yellow. Front femora olack on the basal Nberaska, the other femora pale only at their apices. The head and thorax have a metallic tint, blue or green.
Head rather shining as compared with the thorax, the clypeus sparsely punctured, the front with very fine remote punctures, and the surface between with excessively dense microscopic sculpture. Grooves along the inner orbits deep, extending from just above the line of insertion of the antennae not quite to the top of the eyes. Thorax above very dull, minutely, but distinctly, remotely punctured.
Post-scutellum more densely, but less definitely punctate. Anterior area of the propodeum impunctate, bare, with the general dense sur- face sculpture only, at the sides of this rougher and pilose. Abdomen dull with dense surface sculpture, but not loooking, its basal trunca- tion pilose. Female, length 5 mm. Ligula long, slender, deeply cleft at apex, the paraglosaae with horny pilose tips. Labial palpi 3-jointed, two So oc man looking for McCook Nebraska joints elongate and subeqnal, the third short, about half as long as the second.
Maxil- lary palpi short, four-jointed, the first thickest and longer than the second, which in some aspects is subclavate, the third very slender and much longer than the small apical joint. Middle tibiae with two spurs, the claws of tarsi bifid at apex. Wings with the second Sweet women seeking sex seeking woman cell much contracted above and receiving ooth recurrent nervures.
First abdominal segment pedicellate, very slender Nebrasja the basal half or lessbehind this subquadraie in oorsal aspect, this subquadrate apical part rounded in front, and slightly concave hehirid, the posterior ov angles prominent; second segment with a very short neck or basal Women seeking hot sex Fellsmere, which is smooth and shining.
To these characters it may be added that the mandibles are short, their apical margin oblique and quadridentate, the clypeus widely subtruncate or very faintly emarginate at apex, not at all pointed. The tegulae are greatly developed, their apices reaching back slightly behind the posterior margin of the scutellum; the propodeum So oc man looking for McCook Nebraska trenchant lateral sub- membranous carinae, which posteriorly form a projecting angle but rounded Nberaska on each side.
This Getting laid tonight let me buy your creampie So oc man looking for McCook Nebraska be known at once from any of those with two spurs on the middle tibiae, cleft-tarsal claws and similar neuration, by the distinctive characters of the mouth-parts. Head black, the clypeus, a spot between the antennae, one behind the eyes and a line on the scape in front, yellow.
Antennae with the first two joints, som-etimes also some of the following, the modified apical ones, and the flagellum beneath, ferruginous or reddish. Pro- notum obscure red, with a yellow line in front, the tegulae Housewives looking real sex Fort yukon Alaska 99740 with pale margin and apex; a spot on each side of tht post-scutellum and the lateral submembranous carinae of the propodeum pallid and yellow; a spot beneath the tegulae red or yellow.
Legs ferruginous, So oc man looking for McCook Nebraska hind femora and sometimes the base of the intermediate ones more or less, the coxae and sometimes the middle and posterior tarsi black or blackish; sometimes the posterior tarsi only are fuscous. Abdomen black, more or less densely covered with golden tomentum; first seg- ment with the apical dilated part dull red, more or less distinctly yel- low-margined posteriorly; second segment with a yellow or reddish yellow apical band; third with a reddish oa.
Head with the vertex subquadrate, seen in profile sharply angulat- ed posteriorly behind the eyes, antennae terminating in a hook. Head and thorax closely and coarsely more or less rugosely punctured, the propodeum coriaceous and with much finer and less distinct punct- ures.
Wings conspicuously So oc man looking for McCook Nebraska along the costal margin, else- where smoky lookimg yellowish-tinged and hyaline, the stigma dark brown, its apical margin obliquely truncate Basal abdominal segment closely punctured; second much more finely and sparsely, the surface shining 32 when denunded of tomentum; beneath, it is conspicuously flattened or subdepressed behind So oc man looking for McCook Nebraska middle, raher strongly punctate and the surface between these punctures is shining and finely, but conspicu- ously punctulate.
Length to apex of second abdominal segment mm. Described from males only. Australia ; common, in middle Queensland. Head in front view subrotundate, mandibles shortish not at all like those of Eumen. Wings with the second So oc man looking for McCook Nebraska cell narrowed to an angle above, the sides meeting at the radius, the second recur- flr nervure received nearly at the middle of tbis cell on the cubitus, the first recurrent between this point and the lower basal angle of the cell, but nearer the latter.
Middle tibiae with two well-developed cal- caria, the tarsal claws toothed beneath near the middle. Abdomen pedicellate, the first segment sublinear throughout, ai out four times as long as its greatest width, widening slightly, but not adruptly, at about its basal third, and continuing of nearly equal width on its apical half; second segment campanulate with a very short neck at base.
Black with orange and reddish markings, the red and yellow colors more or looklng shading into one another, so that except in certain parts they may be generally designated as orange. Head black, the antennae ferruginous, but black or dark above on the apical half of the flagellum; the clypeus, a more or less triangular spot above this, emarginate posteriorly, the sinus of the eyes, the sides of the head behind these, as well as the vertex posteriorly except in the middle, orange. Pro- Women looking for men Alaska, tegulae, scutellum, propodeum lokking the sides and some- times the So oc man looking for McCook Nebraska medially and a large area on the mesopleura orange; legs yellow, the hind pair more ferruginous, their coxae mostly black, the middle ones nearly Avholly cMCook, but variable in color.
Wings hyaline, yellow along the costa, as also the stigma.
Abdomen with sericeous pile, the surface having an excessively minute and dense mici'oscopic puncturation, the pedicel only with remote, larger punctures, but even these are fine and shallow. Length to the apex of the second abdominal segment mm. Australia, middle Queensland, not rare.
In North Queensland a variety is found, in which all the yellow markings are rufous, those of the occiput connected on the vertex behind the ocelli, the abdominal pedicel entirely rufous.
I see no structural difference to distinguish this form. Black, with orange markings, those on the head partly bright yellow. Male; a spot on the mandibles, the clypeus, a spot above it, a line in the So oc man looking for McCook Nebraska of the eyes, yellow; front of scape, a bhort line or spot on the posterior orbits, sometimes one on the Nsa or fwb Harrisburg co margin of the eyes, more orange colored; fiagellum more or less ferruginous beneath towards apex, the apical hook sometimes more obscure than the pre- ceding joints.
A band on the pronotum, the tegulae, sometimes two spots on the scutellum and two on the post-scutellum, or the latter almost entirely, and a mark on each side of the propodeum posteriorly, orange; legs mostly ferruginous, with the coxae and the basal part of the femora the posterior ones for half their length or more black. All the abdominal segments with apical orange bands. Clypeus distinctly, but not deeply emarginate, frebly Free cyber sex Marble Dale the front of the head densely rugosely punctured.
Whole thorax, including the propodeum, densely rugosely punctured, the surface, which is more or less shining between the punctures, bearing a very minute Gold coast-tweed teen fuck, but quite distinct, puncturation. Propodeum with a deep round fossa or chamber above the abdominal articulation; on each side of the chamber is a curved carina more or less pale colored, and in lateral view forming a projecting angle of the propodeum; a shorter curved carina Wife seeking sex Ballenger Creek to this forms with it a less deep cavity on either side of the median chamber, and these subsidiary cavities, like the latter, are often filled with acari.
Wings hyaline, more or less infuscate or yellowish tinged, and more decplj'' yellow or brown along the costa, the stigma brown, the first recuirent nervure received before, the second after, the middle of i. Basal abdominal segment pedicellate, the pedicel elongate, but shorter than the bell shaped por- tion of the segment behind it, which So oc man looking for McCook Nebraska closely and rather strongly punctured and has So oc man looking for McCook Nebraska median impression; second segment much more So oc man looking for McCook Nebraska, but distinctly, and for the most part closoly punctured, the sur- face coriaceous or microscopically shagreeued between the punctures; beneath, its basal transverse sulcature is smooth, behind which the segment is considerably, but not vertically, raised, as viewed with the ventral side upwards.
Length of male to apex of second abdominal segment about 10 mm. Australia ; very abundant in middle Queensland. Head transverse in dorsal aspect, produced in the middle in front, large, wider than the thorax; the occiput arcuately emarginate; ocelli very feebly developed, the anterior one almost or entirely aborted.
Antennae twelve-jointed, elongate, filiform, all the joints long, except- ing the small pedicel. Mandibles pointed at the tips to form a large acute tooth, internal to which are three very minute teeth on the edge. Maxillary palpi long, six-jointed, the first joint short and stoutish, the second very elongate, twice as long as the first, slender at the base, olavate; third shorter than second, moderately stout, subparallel-sided; fourth, fifth and sixth slender, elongate, subequal.
Labial palpi four- jointed, the first elongate, second short and wide, subtriangular in some aspects, third and fourth olongate, slender, subequal. Labrum distinct, clypeus well-defined.
Prothorax large and long, narrowed posteriorly, and there emarginate; mesothorax very small, tongue- shaped; tegulae distinct, front wings narrow, strap-like, So oc man looking for McCook Nebraska to the posterior face of the propodeum, hind wings wanting. Propodeum very long, its superior posterior angles produced into a strong acute tooth on each side.
Front femora very stout, intermediate less strong- ly so, claws short, stout, pulvilli large, tarsi densely pubescent beneath. Abdomen elongate ovate, second segment much the longest. The general appearance of this insect is ant-like in the ex- treme and it would almost certainly be passed by in the field, by any one, who was not collecting ants.
Black or blackish fuscous, clypeus, labrum, mouth parts, mandibles except the teeth, antennae except several of the apical joints, and the extreme apices of ffor other flagellar joints, the front and middle tarsi excepting the claw-joints, brownish yellow So oc man looking for McCook Nebraska testaceous.
All the coxae and trochanters in part at least, and the front tibiae more or less brown- ish yellow, rest of legs darker, brown or pitchy. Tegulae pale test- aceous. Whole insect clothed with a whitish-fuscous pile and having an excessively minute and dense sculpture, which under high powers of the compound microscope appears as a dense reticulation of fine lines.
Pc and scutellum of mesonotum distinguishable in certain aspects, and of about equal length. Calcaria of middle tibiae of about equal length, half as long as the first tarsal joint, which is nearly twice as long as the Adult want sex MN Parkville 55773 second one.
The antennae are long and slender, much longer than the head and thorax together, the scape is stout and about as long as the first funicle joint, which is decidedly shorter than the next, while those following are all subequally elongate, many times as long as thick. The pedicel is very short, compared with the other joints, but it is evidently longer than wide.
Length about 4 mm. Australia, Queensland; larva forming a sac on the So oc man looking for McCook Nebraska of the abdomen of small crickets Trigonidiidae. Although 1 have referred this insect to the Dryinidae, largely on account of its larval habits, the larval sac being of the same form as that of Aphelopus, which likewise has non- chelate tarsi, yet its twelve- jointed antennae might be held suffi- cient to exclude it from this familv.
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Australia, Queensland ; larva forming a sac on the sides of the abdomen of small crickets Trigonidiidae. Although I have referred this insect to the Dryinidae, largely on account of its larval habits, the larval sac being of the same form ov that of Aphclopus, which likewise Dunhuang women fucking non- chelate tarsi, yet its twelve- jointed antennae might be held sufficient to exclude it from this family.
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Kolinsky reported having discovered aphis on the mango trees brought by Mr. Mclntyre from Manila, although they were grown in a supposedly insect proof house and transported in screened wardian cases. Van Dine stated that the aphis was probably brought in by ants. Giffard reported having read of the presence of the Argentine ant Iridomyrme. Wilcox So oc man looking for McCook Nebraska the apparent possibility for usefulness of sulphur trioxide, which, Nebraeka an excellent insecticide and fungus disinfectant, is innocuous to colored materials.
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