Insects of New Jersey

Insects of New Jersey

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1910 edition. Excerpt: ...Caldwell (Cr); Newark (Soc). M: imbrifera Gn. Caldwell (Cr); Newark (Soc). M. purpurissata Grt. Chester VIII, 17, Sussex Co. VIII, 23 (Coll); not common near New York (Bt). M. meditata Grt. Chester VIII to Anglesea VI, VIII, IX; and generally throughout the State, chiefly VIII & IX. M. lustralis Grt. Sure to be found in New Jersey. M. detracta Wlk. Newark VI (Sb); Elizabeth VI, VII (Bz); Staten Island VI, VII (Ds); Jamesburg VII, 4 (Dke). M. distincta Hbn. Caldwell (Cr); Newark IV (div); Elizabeth IV (Bz); Staten Island IV, V (Ds); the larva on grape. M. atlantica Grt. "New Jersey," without definite locality. M. subjuncta G. & R. Throughout the northern half of the State; New Brunswick to Chester V-VIII. The larva is a general feeder on grasses, weeds, and sometimes becomes injurious on cabbage and other cultivated plants. M. grandis Bdv. Newark VI, 20, VIII, 6 (div); Elizabeth VI (Bz); Staten Island VI, Jamesburg VII (Ds), and probably throughout the northern part of the State; larva on burdock and a variety of other low plants. M. trifolii Rott. Throughout the State, V-X, common; larva on cabbage, clover, Cheno-podium, &c., and sometimes injurious. M. rosea Harv. Ramsey V, 28 (Sleight); Paterson VI, 15 (Gr.); Newark, at light VIII (Wdt); Elizabeth VI, 10 (Bz). M. congermana Morr. Ramsey V, 29 (Sleight); Ft. Lee VII, 30 (Wrms); Newark, at light, rare (Wdt); Elizabeth VII (Bz); Staten Island V, VII (Ds). M. rubefacta Morr. Lakehurst V, 29 (Ds). M. picta Harr. Throughout the State VI. VIII, locality com-Fig. '87.--Mamtstra trifolii: a. larva frommon; the gaudy yellow, above; b, same on cabbage leaf; black-striped and barred c, P"Pa; d, adu" wine of larvae are sometimes found moth enlarged abundant on cabbages, ...show more

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  • Paperback | 300 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 16mm | 540g
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  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236507762
  • 9781236507761