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Academy Natural Sciences acre Agronomist alfalfa amounts of water Arphia average band beets Bruner Bulletin bushels Cache Cache County Cache Valley carina cent crop Dairy Davis County decrease depth district Drainage Entomologist Farm feed feet female femora field flour foot of soil frontal costa fuscous grain hills inches of water increase infested irrigation irrigation water labor land loam lobes Logan Logan River male manure median carina metazone moisture nematode nitrate nitrogen ocellus Orthoptera plants plats plats receiving posterior potatoes pounds produced pronotum prozone quantities Rehn Report U. S. Geological rH rH rotation runoff Salt Lake City Saussure Scudder scutellum season seed selection silage species specimens spray sugar-beets surface Synoptic Catalogue Orthoptera Table Tegminae Thomas tibiae tion tons trees Trimerotropis U. S. Geological Survey Utah Utah Agricultural Utah Experiment Station water applied wheat wings yield
Page 138 - Preliminary Report of the United States Geological Survey of Montana and Portions of Adjacent Territories; being a fifth Annual Report of Progress by FV Hayden.
Page 68 - ... small, depressed, rudely semi-circular, the ocelli situated beneath their outer extremity; eyes small, moderately prominent, but little longer and not so broad as the space between them; antennae (female) about as long as the hind femora. Pronotum posteriorly as broad as the head, somewhat constricted in the middle, the hind lobe scarcely longer than the front, the posterior border rectangular; median carina moderately conspicuous, slightly higher on the front than on the hind lobe, twice deeply...
Page 5 - Table IX contains the principal points of interest on temperature, rainfall, and state of weather at the Station and for the State during the year, and a grand summary for 31 years.
Page 3 - The Bureau of Public Roads of the United States Department of Agriculture.
Page 68 - ... 23-28 mm.; posterior femora, 12.5-17 mm. This species has been found in many parts of the state, but most frequently along the sandy shores of rivers and lakes, and on the tops of high and sandy hills. It is shown in Fig. 98. GENUS Mestobregma Scudder (1875). Head large; face horizontal ; vertex tumid, but not so elevated as in Psinidia, broad between the eyes, the fastigium quadrate, depressed, with very high and abrupt lateral and frontal carinae, which form the continuation of the sides of...
Page 27 - Mormon' village was definitely planned and established before the farm • land was developed. That is to say, the first settlers laid out the village site, and apportioned the lots, as their first act. They then surveyed the fields and apportioned them.
Page 139 - Bulletin of the United States Geological and Geographical Survey of the Territories — VoL IV.
Page 21 - The tegmina are slightly narrower and are flecked almost uniformly throughout with fuscous dots, smaller and a little less frequent on the apical third ; entire inner area pale yellowish testaceous; wings with a transverse band, and base exactly as in Arphia frigida, but with the entire apex BUIXETIN No.
Page 135 - The Present Distribution of the Onychophora, a Group of Terrestrial Invertebrates. Smithson. Misc. Coll. 65, No. 1, 1915, pp. 1-25. Cockerell, TDA 1893. The Entomology of the Mid-Alpine Zone of Custer County, Colorado, Trans. Amer. Ent. Soc. 20, 1893, pp. 305-370. Emery, Carlo. 1891. Le Formiche dell' Ambra Siciliana nel Museo Mineralogico dell
Page 121 - ... head rough, antennae deep set, filiform, shorter than the pronotum, inserted opposite the lower canthus of the eyes, upon each side of a double vertical frontal carina; labrum transverse, and with the palpi flavous. Pronotum ample, coarsely scabrous, blackish, changing to yellowish posteriorly ; elytra and wings rudimentary, the former gray, mottled with black. Inside of the posterior femora and tibiae black, the former interrupted near the apex. The posterior tibiae have a row of spines upon...