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Life Histories of North American Geometridae—XXXVII

HARRISON G. DYAR, WASHINGTON, D. C. Deilinia carnearia Hulst. The type is in the National Museum. A female before me from whidh eggs were obtained, is not like the type, the ground color of fore wings being

Life Histories of North American Geometridae.—LIII

International Journal of BY HARRISON G. DYAR WASHINGTON D. C. - LIFE HISTORIES OF NORTH AMERICAN GEOMETRIDAE.--LIII. lustroma nubilata Packard. Egg. Elliptical, flattening, depression and

Life Histories of North American Geometridae—XXXII

International Journal of , BY HARRISON G. DYAR WASHINGTON) D. C. - LIFE HISTORIES OF NORTH AMERICAN GEOMETRIDAE.--XXXII. ,ucMaenajbaectinria Den. & Schiff. The mature larva has been described by

Life Histories of North American Geometridae.—LVIII

International Journal of - LIFE HISTORIES OF NORTH AMERICAN GEOMETRIDAE.--LVIII. BY HARRISON G. DYAR WASHINGTON D. C. Moluca asiliata Guen6e. Egg. Elliptical, rounded, normal, the depression

Preparatory Stages of Pheosia Dimidiata H. S.

HARRISON G. DYAR. mm. Laid singly, usually on the under side of the leaves of its food-plants. The larva hatches by eating a hole in the side of the egg, but leaves the rest of the shell intact. lirst

Life Histories of North American Geometridae—XXXVII

HARRISON G. DYAR, WASHINGTON, D. C. Deilinia carnearia Hulst. The type is in the National Museum. A female before me from whidh eggs were obtained, is not like the type, the ground color of fore wings being

On the Specific Distinctness of Halisidota Harrisii, With Notes on the Preparatory Stages of the Species of Halisidota Inhabiting New York

HALISIDOTA INHABITING NEW YORK. BY HARRISON G. DYAR, YOSIMITE, CAL. As is well known, two kinds of Halisidota larvae inhabit the Atlantic states, differing only in color and in their food plants. Both were

Life Histories of North American Geometridae.—XLII

birch. LIFE HISTORIES OF NORTH AMERICAN GEOMETRIDAE.--XLIV. BY HARRISON G. DYAR WASHINGTON. D. C, ll/[esoleuca gratulata Walker. Egg. Elliptical, thick, the antemicropylar end strongly depressed ... . LIFE HISTORIES OF NORTH AMERICAN GEOMETRIDAE.--XLV. BY HARRISON G. DYAR WASHINGTON, D. C. f-fydriamene magnaliata Guende. My specimen agrees more nearly with Hulst’s type of f-fydriomene pernatata

On the Specific Distinctness of Halisidota Harrisii, With Notes on the Preparatory Stages of the Species of Halisidota Inhabiting New York

HALISIDOTA INHABITING NEW YORK. BY HARRISON G. DYAR, YOSIMITE, CAL. As is well known, two kinds of Halisidota larvae inhabit the Atlantic states, differing only in color and in their food plants. Both were

A List of the Bombyces Found in the Electric Light Globes at Poughkeepsie, N. Y.

Phalaenidae. (From notes taken in 859 and 186I.) BY HARRISON G. DYAR, NEW YORK. During the summer of t89o I made nine visits to the electric lamps of Poughkeepsie and the following list shows the number of

Partial Life-History of Halisidota Cinctipes Grote

-HISTORY OF HALISIDOTA CINCTIPES GROTE. BY HARRISON G. DYAR NEW YORK N. Y. .Larva a large Halisidota, like tesselaris, but dark brown or silver gray brown with all the hair tufts white. Feeding on seagrape

Life Histories of North American Geometridae.—LVI

International Journal of BY HARRISON G. DYAR WASHINGTON D. C. Sclagralbhia granitata Guen6e. A mature larva was described by me as this species {Ent. news, v, 63, tSg.g under the detertnination of

Life Histories of North American Geometridae—LXIV

International Journal of LIFE HIS2"ORIES OF NORTH AMERICAN GEOMETRIDAE.--LXIV. BY HARRISON G. DYAR WASHINGTON D. C. - Cyma/ophom matilda Dyar. Eg?. Ellipitical, evenly rounded, strongly flattened

The Larva of Sarrothripa Reveyana

OF SARROTHRIPA REVEYANA. BY HARRISON G. DYAR YOSEMITE CAL. The larva of this species occurred abundantly on poplar at Yosemite, Cal., in July. The moths emerged the same season in August and I ... International Journal of emerge from the earth solely because the Hyphantria cocoons are placed therein, though I have found the puparlum separate from the cocoon in the earth. Mr. Harrison G

Life Histories of North American Geometridae. —IV

pubescence, tinged with yellow above; all of the face beneath the antennae except three small LIFE HISTORIES OF NORTH AMERICAN GEOMETRIDAE.--IV. BY HARRISON G. DYAR WASHINGTON D, C. Therina endroiaria Grt