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" ... as is sometimes the case.* As the fruit enlarges, the mouth of the puncture forms a slight, discolored depression, more noticeable in some varieties than in others; but the passage-way becomes obliterated. "
Transactions of the Academy of Science of Saint Louis - Page 207
by Academy of Science of St. Louis - 1878
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The American Naturalist, Volume 7

Biology - 1873
...fruit, especially where a single one is stocked with ten or a dozen larvie, as is sometimes the ease. As the fruit enlarges, the mouth of the puncture forms...only insect by the aid of which our yuccas can be hilly fertilized ; for I have studied this fertilization diligently night aller night, without seeing...
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THE AMERICAN ASSOCITION

THE PERMANENT SECRETARY - 1881
...— the freshest specimens always having the largest loads. dozen larvae, as is sometimes tlie ease. As the fruit enlarges, the mouth of the puncture forms...depression, more noticeable in some varieties than others ; but the passage-way becomes obliterated." 3 The above are some of the leading facts in the...
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Proceedings of the American Association for the Advancement of Science

American Association for the Advancement of Science - Science - 1881
...one is stocked with ten or a dozen larvae, as is sometimes the ease. As the fruit enlarges, the month of the puncture forms a slight, discolored depression, more noticeable in some varieties than others ; but the passage-way becomes obliterated."3 The above are some of the leading facts in the...
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The Yucca Moth and Yucca Pollination

Charles Valentine Riley - Fertilization of plants by insects - 1892 - 60 pages
...in the upper part of the fruit, especially where a single fruit is stocked with ten or more larvae. As the fruit enlarges, the mouth of the puncture forms...in others; but the passage-way becomes obliterated. DEVELOPMENT OF THE EGG AND LARVA : TRANSFORMATIONS OF PRONUBA. The egg is an extremely delicate, thread-like...
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Annual Report - Missouri Botanical Garden

Botany - 1892
...in the upper part of the fruit, especially where a single fruit is stocked with ten or more larvse. As the fruit enlarges, the mouth of the puncture forms...in others; but the passage-way becomes obliterated. DEVELOPMENT OP THE EGG AND LARVA : TRAN8FOEMATION8 OF PBONUBA. The egg is an extremely delicate, thread-like...
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Annual Report - Missouri Botanical Garden, Volume 3

Botany - 1892
...in the upper part of the fruit, especially where a single fruit is stocked with ten or more larvae. As the fruit enlarges, the mouth of the puncture forms...in others; but the passage-way becomes obliterated. DEVELOPMENT OF THE EGG AND LARVA : TRANSFORMATION* OF PBONUBA. The egg is an extremely delicate, thread-like...
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