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" She lays nt three or four different intervals, in loose irregular masses in the ground, and may produce from three to four thousand eggs. These are soft, whitish, cylindrical, and rounded at each end. They give birth to the triungulins, which, a few days... "
Transactions of the Academy of Science of Saint Louis - Page 546
by Academy of Science of St. Louis - 1878
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The American Naturalist

Biology - 1878
...p. 265) by tracing the analogous stages of Sitaris. The female Mcloe js very prolific. She lays nt three or four different intervals, in loose irregular...Composite, Ranunculaceous and other flowers, from which they attach themselves to bees and flies that visit the flowers. Fastening alike to many hairy Diptera...
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The American Naturalist

Biology - 1878
...(Ann. d. Sc. Nat., Zool. t. ix, p. 265) by tracing the analogous stages of Sitarts. The female Meloe is very prolific. She lays at three or four different...birth to the triungulins, which, a few days after hatching—the number depending on the temperature—run actively about and climb on to Composite,...
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Annual Report of the United States Entomological Commission for ..., Volume 1

United States Entomological Commission - Beneficial insects - 1878
...(.Inn. d. Sc. Nat., Zoo}., t. is, p. 265) by tracing the analogous stages of Sitarin. The female Meloe is very prolific. She lays at three or four different...cylindrical, and rounded at each end. They give birth to the triungnlins, which, a few days after hatching — the number depending on the temperature — run actively...
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American Bee Journal, Volumes 14-15

Bee culture - 1878
...(Ann. d. Sc. Nat. Zool. t. ix. p. 205), by tracing the analogous stages of Sitans. The female Meloe is very prolific. — She lays at three or four different...These are soft, whitish, cylindrical, and rounded MELOE:— a. first larva; b, claws; e, antenna; d, maxillary palpus; < . labial palpus; .'• mandible;...
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Report of the United States Entomological Commission ...

Beneficial insects - 1878
...(.Inn. d. Sc. Nat., Zool., t. ix, p. 265) by tracing the analogous stages of Sitaris. The female Meloo is very prolific. She lays at three or four different intervals, in loose irregular masses in tho ground, aud may produce from three to four thousand eggs. These are soft, whitish, cylindrical,...
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Field book of insects: with special reference to those of northeastern ...

Frank Eugene Lutz - Insects - 1918 - 509 pages
...disagreeable, oily fluid. The short elytra do not nearly cover the oversized abdomen. "The female Meloe is very prolific. She lays at three or four different...Composite, Ranunculaceous, and other flowers, from which they attach themselves to bees and flies that visit the flowers. Fastening alike to many hairy Diptera...
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