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Page 240 - Being a Short Description of their Character and Habits, a Concise Definition of their Colors, and Incidental References to the Insects which Assist in their Fertilization.
Page 240 - THE LEAF COLLECTOR'S HANDBOOK AND HERBARIUM. An aid in the preservation and in the classification of specimen leaves of the trees of Northeastern America.
Page 240 - LANDSCAPE GARDENING Notes and Suggestions on Lawns and Lawn-Planting, Laying out and Arrangement of Country Places, Large and Small Parks, Cemetery Plots, and Railway-Station Lawns ; Deciduous and Evergreen Trees and Shrubs, The Hardy Border, Bedding Plants, Rockwork, etc.
Page 239 - THE TREES OF NORTHEASTERN AMERICA. By CHARLES S. NEWHALL. With illustrations made from tracings of the leaves of the various trees. 8°, $1.75.
Page 239 - Y. Evening Post. BIRD STUDIES An Account of the Land Birds of Eastern North America. By WILLIAM ED SCOTT. With 166 illustrations from original photographs. 4°. Leather back, gilt top, in a box, net, $5.00. OUR INSECT FRIENDS AND FOES How to Collect, Preserve, and Study Them. By BELLE S. CRAGIN.
Page 240 - A collection of prose pictures of skies and woods and fields, intermingled with the reflections of a writer who is at once a philosopher and a poet, one who...
Page 5 - It is cylindrical, and handsomely marked with narrow alternating bands of black, white, and lemon-yellow. The bands are not entirely even, and occasionally run into each other. On the top of the second ring or segment are two slender, black, thread-like horns, and on a hind ring two more, not quite as long as those near the head. You can find it almost any day in July or August, if you look closely on the under side of the broad leaves of the milkweed.
Page 240 - ... Parsons proves himself a master of his art as a landscape gardener, and this superb book should be studied by all who are concerned in the making of parks in other cities," — Philadelphia Bulletin. LAWNS AND GARDENS How to Beautify the Home Lot, the Pleasure Ground, and Garden. By N. JoNSSON-RoSE, of the Department of Public Parks, New York City. With 172 plans and illustrations. Large 8°, gilt top, $3.50. "Mr.
Page 7 - ... in July or August, if you look closely on the under side of the broad ovate-elliptical leaves of the milk- weed. It was the accidental finding of his chrysalis, attached to a spray of wild carrot, that led me to study this particular species. It was a secret to me — this beautiful green and gold house. It held something. What, I must know ! Cutting the stem of the carrot, I brought the treasure carefully into the house, covered it with a tumbler, and for a week it remained just the same. Then...