Thompson Yates and Johnston Laboratories report. v. 5, Volume 5, Part 1

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University Press of Liverpool, 1903
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Page i - first submarginal cell longer and narrower than the second posterior cell, the bases of the fork-cells nearly level ; stem of the first submarginal rather more than half the length of the cell ; stem of the second posterior as long as the cell ; posterior cross-vein about its own length distant from the mid cross-vein. Haltères
Page 300 - offence, or in default of payment thereof to imprisonment with or without hard labour for any period not exceeding one month. Passed in the Executive Council this Seventh day of July, 1902. GEORGE C.
Page iv - half the length of the cell ; stem of the second posterior rather more than two-thirds the length of the cell ; posterior cross-vein longer than the mid, rather more than its own length distant from it ; the sixth long vein runs parallel with the fifth at its base, and is rather closer than usual to it.
Page 235 - African Trade Association Mr. GEORGE BROCKLEHURST, Hon. Treasurer Mr. AH MILNE, Hon. Secretary ACKNOWLEDGMENTS In publishing this Report the Committee wish to express their thanks for the great interest and valuable aid rendered in furtherance of the objects of the Expedition, to the Right Honourable JOSEPH CHAMBERLAIN, Secretary of State for the Colonies, to His Excellency Sir GEORGE C.
Page 84 - Archiv. Vol. LXI. 1895. 2. H. NEWELL MARTIN and EC APPLEGARTH. Studies from the Biological Laboratory of the "Johns Hopkins University. Vol. IV. 1890. 3. FS LOCKE. Centralblatt fur Physiologie. No. 26, 1901, and No. 17, 1902. 4. HEDBOM.
Page ii - half the length of the cell ; stem of the second posterior about two-third the length of the cell ; posterior cross-vein about its own length distant from the mid cross-vein. The medium vein scales of the
Page 186 - have several deep furrows on the back, but when distended with blood these furrows are less evident. They bite at night, and fall off when gorged. They are frequently carried long distances in mats or bedding, or in porters' loads which have been piled for safety in the rest-huts at night.
Page x - FRCS, and the late WALTER MYERS, MB (Dr. Walter Myers died of Yellow Fever whilst serving on this expedition). Quarto. Price "?. 6d. MEMOIR VIII Report on the Sanitary Conditions of Cape Coast Town.
Page i - cell longer and narrower than the second posterior cell, its base nearer the base of the wing than that of the
Page vi - than dorsally ; fore ungues unequal, the larger sickle-shaped simple ; mid and hind apparently equal and simple, irregularly curved. Wings with brown veins, a line of metallic flat pale blue and violet scales at the base of the costa and another at the base of the fifth long vein, posterior cross-vein twice its own length distant from the mid cross-vein ; haltères with pale stem and

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