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" ... purple and bronze. The antennae of the males are delicately pectinate or fringed. The female has a little orange-colored tuft on each side of the tail and the male has two tufts on each side, the middle pair being longer than the other. "
Report of the State Entomologist on the Noxious and Beneficial Insects of ... - Page 31
by Illinois. State Entomologist - 1903
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Proceedings, Volume 3

American Pomological Society - Fruit-culture - 1854
...beneath, and legs are also orange-colored. The fore-wings are dusky; the hindwings transparent, but veined and edged with black. The female has a little orange-colored...of the tail, and the males have two tufts on each side, the middle pair longer than the others. The males are more numerous, more active, and smaller...
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Annual Report of the Commissioner of Patents

United States. Patent Office - Inventions - 1855
...the hind-wings tranparent, but veined and edged with black. The female has a little orange colored tuft on each side of the tai,l, and the males have two tufts on each side — the middle pair longer than the others. The mules are more numerous, more active, and smaller...
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Guide to the Study of Insects: And a Treatise on Those Injurious and ...

Alpheus Spring Packard - Beneficial insects - 1870 - 702 pages
...as are the palpi, under side of the antennae, and the legs. The female has a little orange colored tuft on each side of the tail, and the males have two tufts on each side. The wings expand from one to one and a half inches. Another species, ^E. caudata Harris, inhabits...
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Guide to the Study of Insects and a Treatise on Those Injurious and ...

Alpheus Spring Packard - Beneficial insects - 1876 - 715 pages
...as are the palpi, under side of the antenna1, and the legs. The female has a little orange colored tuft on each side of the tail, and the males have two tufts on each side. The wings expand from one to one and a half inches. Another species, ^E. caudata Harris, inhabits...
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Report

Technology & Engineering - 1906
...female metallic purple and bronze. The antennae of the males are delicately pectinate, or fringed. The female has a little orange-colored tuft on each side of the tail, and the male has two tufts on each side, the middle pair being longer than the others. Moths were first seen...
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Annual Report of the State Entomologist of Indiana, Volume 3

Bee culture - 1910
...the female metallic purple aud bronze. The antennae of the males are delicately pectinate or fringed. The female has a little orange-colored tuft on each side of the tail and the male has two tufts on each side, the middle pair being longer than the other. The Egg. — The egg...
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Annual Report of the State Entomologist of Indiana, Volume 3

Bee culture - 1910
...the female metallic purple and bronze. The antennae of the males are delicately pectinate or fringed. The female has a little orange-colored tuft on each side of the tail and the male has two tufts on each side, the middle pair being longer than the other. The Egg. — The egg...
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Annual Report of the State Entomologist of Indiana, Volume 5

Bee culture - 1912
...the female metallic purple and bronze. The antennae of the males are delicately pectinate or fringed. The female has a little orange-colored tuft on each side of the tail and the male has two tufts on each side, the middle pair being longer than the other. "Boo: The egg is oval...
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Bulletin - West Virginia Agricultural Experiment Station, Issues 94-115

West Virginia University. Agricultural Experiment Station - Technology & Engineering - 1904
...the female metalic purple and bronze. The antennae of the males are delicately pectinate, or fringed. The female has a little orange-colored tuft on each side of the tail, and the ma'.e has two tufts on each side, the middle pair being longer than the others. Moths were first seen...
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Congressional Serial Set

United States - 1855
...and legs are also orange colored. The forc* wings are dusky, the hind-wings tranparent, but veined and edged with black. The female has a little orange-colored tuft on each si* of the tail, and the males have two tufts on each side—the middle pan longer than the others....
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