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" Living in great numbers on the under side of the leaves of the garden bean, puncturing the tissues, and sucking the sap, and by these punctures causing the death of the tissues in small, irregular patches that appear upon the upper surface of the leaf... "
Some Insects Injurious to Garden and Orchard Crops: A Series of Articles ... - Page 59
by Frank Hurlbut Chittenden - 1899 - 99 pages
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Bulletin

United States. Bureau of Entomology - Entomology - 1898
...injury to beans in Kansas. They were observed during the season of 1890 — living in great numbers on the underside of the leaves of the garden bean,...that appear upon the upper surface of the leaf as white spots. These two species are so nearly alike, so far as habits are concerned, that they may be...
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Report, Volume 6

Minnesota. State Entomologist - Insects - 1900
...their injury to beans in Kansas during the season of 1890: "Living in great numbers on the under side of the leaves of the garden bean, puncturing the tissues,...that appear upon the upper surface of the leaf as white spots. These two species are so nearly alike, so far as habits are concerned, that they may be...
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Bulletin, Issues 68-84

Agriculture - 1900
...their injury to beans in Kansas during the season of 1890: "Living in great numbers on the under side of the leaves of the garden bean, puncturing the tissues,...that appear upon the upper surface of the leaf as white spots. These two species are so nearly alike, so far as habits are concerned, that they may be...
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Annual Report of the Agricultural Experiment Station of the ..., Issues 69-72

University of Minnesota. Agricultural Experiment Station - Agriculture - 1902
...their injury to beans in Kansas during the season of 1890: "Living in great numbers on the under side of the leaves of the garden bean, puncturing the tissues,...that appear upon the upper surface of the leaf as white spots. These two species are so nearly alike, so far as habits are concerned, that they may be...
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Bulletin, Issue 19

Entomology - 1899
...season of 1890 — living in great numbers on the underside of the leaves of the garden bean, punctnring the tissues and sucking the sap, and by these punctures...that appear upon the upper surface of the leaf as white spots. These two species are so nearly alike, so far as habits are concerned, that they may be...
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Bulletin of the U.S. Department of Agriculture, Issues 951-975

United States. Department of Agriculture - Agriculture - 1923
...follows: We have the past season observed two species of Capsidse, or plant-bugs, living in great numbers on the underside of the leaves of the garden bean,...that appear upon the upper surface of the leaf as white spots. It was found by JB Smith (6, p. 133) in New Jersey during 1900 injuring truck crops at...
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