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" They vary from yellowish-green through horn color to chestnut, most of them being simply horn-colored. This is perhaps owing to the fact that our species do not infest our gardens and open fields, but are generally confined to forests, sheltered under... "
The Magazine of Horticulture, Botany, and All Useful Discoveries and ... - Page 385
1837
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Boston Journal of Natural History, Volume 1

Natural history - 1837
...respective animals which in Europe are common in gardens and fields, on walls and hedges and other places exposed to the action of light, while in this country...than three quarters of those with reflected lips. transparent membrane, composed principally of hardened gelatine with but little calcareous matter,...
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The Magazine of Horticulture, Botany, and All Useful Discoveries ..., Volume 3

Charles Mason Hovey - Gardening - 1837
...respective animals which in Europe are common in gardens and fields, on walls and hedges, and other places exposed to the action of light, while in this country...to more than half of the whole number, and to more thau three quarters of those with reflected lips. ******* " The natural food of the genus is generally...
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The Terrestrial Air-breathing Mollusks of the United States: And ..., Volume 2

Amos Binney - Pulmonata - 1851 - 362 pages
...the fact that our species do not infest our gardens and open fields, but are generally confined to forests, sheltered under logs and stones, and are rarely seen abroad except during twilight or on damp and dark days ; indeed, they almost entirely disappear as the forests are cut down, and...
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Smithsonian Miscellaneous Collections, Volume 8

Science - 1869
...the fact that our species do not infest our gardens and open fields, but are generally confined to forests, sheltered under logs and stones, and are rarely seen abroad except during twilight or on damp and dark days ; indeed, they almost entirely disappear as the forests are cut down, and...
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Bulletin - United States National Museum, Issues 28-29

United States National Museum - Science - 1885
...the fact that our species do not infest our gardens and open fields, but are generally confined to forests, sheltered under logs and stones, and are rarely seen abroad except during twilight or on damp and dark days; indeed, they almost entirely disappear as the forests are cat down, and seem...
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Bulletin, Issue 28

United States National Museum - Science - 1885
...the fact that our species do not infest our gardens and open fields, but are generally confined to forests, sheltered under logs and stones, and are rarely seen abroad except during twilight or on damp and dark days ; indeed, they almost entirely disappear as the forests are cut down, and...
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Boston Journal of Natural History, Volume 1

Natural history - 1837
...respective animals which in Europe are common in gardens and fields, on walls and hedges and other places exposed to the action of light, while in this country...than three quarters of those with reflected lips. The Epiphragm, in all our species, is a thin, semitransparent membrane, composed principally of hardened...
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Science News, Volume 1

Ernest Ingersoll, William Cornelius Wyckoff - Science - 1878 - 384 pages
...the fact that our species do not infest our gardens and open fields, but are generally confined to forests, sheltered under logs and stones, and are rarely seen abroad, except during twilight, or on damp and dark day.s." " The European specie-, on the other hand, follow in the track of cultivation,...
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