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" I made a quiet, not loud, but distinct noise ; the nearest antennae immediately moved towards me ; I repeated the noise at least a dozen times, and it was followed every time by the same motion of that organ, till at length the insect being alarmed, became... "
The Honey Bee: Its Natural History, Physiology, and Management - Page 95
by Edward Bevan - 1843 - 119 pages
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An introduction to entomology: or Elements of the natural history ..., Volume 4

William Kirby, William Spence - Insects - 1826
...reposing upon my window ; I made a quiet, not loud, but distinct noise : the antenna nearest to me immediately moved towards me. I repeated the noise...organ ; till at length the insect being alarmed became more agitated and violent in its motions. In this instance it could not be touch; since the antenna...
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Constable's miscellany of original and selected publications

Constable and co, ltd - 1832
...NaluralitCs Magaflne, \. pp. 59, 60. I made a quiet, not loud, but distinct none : tbe antenna nearest to me immediately moved towards me. I repeated the noise...and it was followed every time by the same motion ofthat organ ; till at lengththe insect, being alarmed> became more agitated and violent in its motions....
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Insect Miscellanies..

James Rennie - Insects - 1831 - 414 pages
...was reposing upon my window; I made a quiet, not loud, but distinct noise: the antenna nearest to me immediately moved towards me. I repeated the noise...; till at length the insect, being alarmed, became more agitated and violent in its motions. In this instance, it could not be touch; since the antenna...
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The Book of Butterflies, Sphinges, and Moths;: Illustrated by One ..., Volume 3

Thomas Brown - Lepidoptera - 1834
...Naturalist's Magazine, i. pp. 59, 60. I made a quiet, not loud, but distinct noise : the antenna nearest to me immediately moved towards me. I repeated the noise...organ; till at length the insect, being alarmed, became more agitated and violent in its motions. In this instance it could not be touch ; since the antenna...
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The history of insects

History - 1839
...reposing upon my window, and I made a quick, not loud, but distinct noise ; the antennae nearest to me immediately moved towards me. I repeated the noise...organ; till at length the insect being alarmed, became more agitated and violent in its motions. In this instance it could not be touch ; since the antennas...
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The Natural History of Bees: Comprehending the Uses and Economical ...

James Duncan - Bees - 1840 - 301 pages
...moth was reposing on my window ; I made a quiet, not loud, but distinct noise ; the nearest antennae immediately moved towards me ; I repeated the noise...In this instance it could not be touch, since the antennae were not applied to a surface, but directed towards the quarters from which the sound came,...
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The Natural History of Bees: Comprehending the Uses and ..., Volume 7, Part 1

James Duncan - Bees - 1840 - 301 pages
...moth was reposing on my window ; I made a quiet, not loud, but distinct noise ; the nearest antennae immediately moved towards me ; I repeated the noise...In this instance it could not be touch, since the antennae were not applied to a surface, but directed towards the quarters from which the sound came,...
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The Naturalist's Library: Duncan, J. The natural history of bees. 1840-v. 7 ...

Sir William Jardine - Entomology - 1840
...moth was reposing on my window ; I made a quiet, not loud, but distinct noise ; the nearest antennae immediately moved towards me ; I repeated the noise...In this instance it could not be touch, since the antennae were not applied to a surface, but directed towards the quarters from which the sound came,...
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The life of an insect [signed R.E.].

R. E - 1849
...was reposing on my window ; I made a quiet, not loud, but distinct noise ; the antenna nearest to me immediately moved towards me. I repeated the noise...; till at length the insect, being alarmed, became more agitated and violent in its motions. In this instance it could not be touch ; since the antenna...
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Bees: Comprehending the Uses and Economical Management of the Honey-bee of ...

Sir William Jardine, James Duncan - Bees - 1859 - 301 pages
...moth was reposing on my window ; I made a quiet. not loud, but distinct noise ; the nearest antennae immediately moved towards me ; I repeated the noise...In this instance it could not be touch, since the antennae were not applied to a surface, but directed towards the quarters from which the sound came,...
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