Excerpt from Proceedings of the British Columbia Entomological Society, 1911
The larvae refused the food plant at this stage and were evidently wanting to hibernate. I was unable to bring them through the winter.
Owing to want of time many details of the life history were not noted, but perhaps some of our members will have the opportunity of completing in a more extended manner what I have begun.
As I am leaving this country in a few weeks and shall be in England when this paper appears, I shall, I 'am afraid, not be able to take any part in the meeting, but I most sincerely hope that the B. C. Society will take on a new lease of life and not be allowed to lose foothold, now that the members have got together again. I also h0pe that this short, and I am afraid uninteresting paper, will be the beginning of a regular series of reports and addresses by the members, and that its dull character will not deter others from doing something far better and more detailed, and that our new secretary will arouse interest, as did our old secretary, )ir.
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