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" Its host is Anthophora, and the beetle itself lives permanently in the sealed cells of the bee, and Riley thinks it is subterranean, seldom if ever leaving the bee gallery. The... "
Transactions of the Academy of Science of Saint Louis - Page 563
by Academy of Science of St. Louis - 1878
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Daedalus: Journal of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences

Science - 1894
...bee, and Riley thinks it is subterranean, seldom if ever leaving the bee gallery. The trinngulin is unknown, but the ultimate stage of the second larva, as well as the coarctate larva, is like those of the funnily in general, the final transformations taking place within the two unrent...
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Daedalus: Journal of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences

Science - 1894
...bee, and Riley thinks it is subterranean, seldom if ever leaving the bee gallery. The triungulin is unknown, but the ultimate stage of the second larva, as well as the coarctate larva, is like those of the family in general, the final transformations taking place within the two unrent...
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The American Naturalist

Biology - 1878
...distance from the mouth of the bee-burrow; but the female will naturally possess less power of locomotion. The triungulin is yet unknown, but the ultimate stage...legs and mouth-parts being atrophied in the former, anil merely tuberculous in the latter. The lateral ridge, as found in Epicauta and Meloc, is not conspicuous,...
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Annual Report of the United States Entomological Commission for ..., Volume 1

United States Entomological Commission - Beneficial insects - 1878
...have fallen, it may possibly wander a short distance from the month of the bee-bnrrow. The trinngnlin is yet unknown, but the ultimate stage of the second larva as well as of the coarctate larva, as shown by the distended and nnruptured skins, exhibits the ordinary family...
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Report of the United States Entomological Commission ...

Beneficial insects - 1878
...have fallen, it may possibly wander a short distance from tho mouth of the bee-burrow. The trinngulin is yet unknown, but the ultimate stage of the second larva as well as of the coarctate larva, as shown by the distended and nuraptured skins, exhibits the ordinary family...
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Daedalus: Journal of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences

Science - 1894
...bee, and Riley thinks it is subterranean, seldom if ever leaving the bee gallery. The triungulin is unknown, but the ultimate stage of the second larva, as well as the coarctate larva, is like those of (he family in general, the final transformations taking place within the two unrent...
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A Text-book of Entomology: Including the Anatomy, Physiology, Embryology and ...

Alpheus Spring Packard - Insects - 1898 - 729 pages
...bee, and Riley thinks it is subterranean, seldom if ever leaving the bee gallery. The triungulin is unknown, but the ultimate stage of the second larva, as well as the coarctate larva, is like those of the family in general, the final transformations taking place within the two unrent...
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Daedalus: Journal of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences

Science - 1894
...bee, and Riley thinks it is subterranean, seldom if ever leaving the bee gallery. The triungulin is unknown, but the ultimate stage of the second larva, as well as the coarctate larva, is like those of the family in general, the final transformations taking place within the two unrent...
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