The LarvŠ of the British Butterflies and Moths, Volume 7

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Ray society, 1897 - Butterflies
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Page 21 - I. 8vo. II. Letters of John Ray. Edited by E. Lankester, MD, FRS Two Plates. 8vo. III. A Monograph of the British Nudibranchiate Mollusca. By Messrs. Alder and Hancock. Part IV. Twelve Plates. Imp. 4to. FOR THE SIXTH YEAR, 1849. I. Reports and Papers on Vegetable Physiology and Botanical Geography. Edited by A. Henfrey, FRS Three Plates. 8vo. II. A Monograph of the British Entomostracous Crustacea. By W. Baird, MD, FRS Thirty-six Plates. 8vo. FOR THE SEVENTH YEAR, 1850. I. Bibliographia Zoologise...
Page 11 - Liverpool Athenaeum, Liverpool. Liverpool Free Library, Liverpool. Liverpool Library, Lyceum, Liverpool. Liverpool Medical Institution, Liverpool. Liverpool Microscopical Society, Liverpool. Liverpool Royal Institution, Liverpool. Lloyd, A., Esq., FES, The Dome, Bognor, Sussex. London Institution, Finsbury circus, EC London Library, 12, St. James's square, SW Longstaff, GB, Esq., MD, LCC, Highlands, Putney Heath, SW Loven, Professor, Stockholm.
Page 131 - June they were full-grown, and may be described as follows : Length about three-quarters of an inch, and of average bulk in proportion ; head...
Page 66 - Length rather over an inch, and slender ; the head small, the same width as the second, but narrower than the third segment ; it has the face flattened, and is notched on the crown. Body of tolerably uniform bulk, attenuated slightly from the posterior to the third segment, which is swollen laterally. The skin has a very slightly puckered appearance, and the segments overlap each other, rendering the divisions conspicuous.
Page 118 - During the last week in May and the first week in June all untreated plots looked yellowed or slightly browned when viewed from a distance. Practically every first' leaf and half of the second leaves were yellowed and dead.
Page 19 - Life of Ray, by Sir JE Smith : the Itineraries of Ray, with Notes, by Messrs. Babington and Yarrell. Edited by E. Lankester, MD, FRS 8vo. III. A Monograph of the British Nudibranchiate Mollusca. By Messrs. Alder and Hancock. Part I. Ten Plates. Imp. 4to. FOR THE SECOND YEAR, 1845. I. Steenstrup on the Alternation of Generations. Translated from the German, by George Busk, FRS Three Plates. 8vo. II. A Monograph of the British Nudibranchiate Mollusca. By Messrs. Alder and Hancock. Part II. Thirteen...
Page 29 - ... Phytophagous Hymenoptera. By P. Cameron, FES Vol. III. Seventeen Plates. 8vo. FOR THE FORTY-SEVENTH YEAR, 1890. The Larvae of the British Butterflies and Moths. By the late W. Buckler, edited by HT Stainton, FRS Vol. IV. The first portion of the Noctuae. Sixteen Plates. 8vo. FOR THE FORTY-EIGHTH YEAR, 1891. The Larvae of the British Butterflies and Moths. By the late W. Buckler, edited (in part) by the late HT Stainton, FRS Vol. V. The second portion of the Noctuae. Seventeen Plates. 8vo. FOR...
Page 77 - During the last week of July and the first week of August the bears at Katmai turned for "salad" to the seacoast angelica (Angelica lucida) (pl.
Page 151 - These black larvte at Newcastle produce the most ordinary form of the imago. Mr. Robson has since informed me that the larvse are not all sooty-black, but vary in every degree, from the ordinary colour to uniformly black, even more so than the specimen I have described. Mr. Robson has bred a great many of them, but never got a variety of the imago from them.
Page 65 - Head the same width as the second, but narrower than the third segment; it has the lobes rounded, but the face is square and flat ; there is a slight notch on the crown.

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