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" ... conical tube at its tip which has a few bristles projecting from its apex. The wings when folded are linear, silvery-white, and as long as the abdomen; they are pressed closely upon the back, spreading asunder at their bases, and appear like an elongated... "
Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington - Page 166
by Biological Society of Washington - 1914
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First Report on the Noxious, Beneficial and Other Insects, of the State of ...

Asa Fitch - 1855 - 180 lehte
...asunder at their bases, and appear like an elongated white Y-shaped mark. Viewed from above, the head is of a square form, longer than wide. The first segment...of the thorax is well separated from the second, is broadest at its base, and gradually tapers to its anterior end, where it is as wide as the head. The...
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Transactions of the New-York State Agricultural Society for the ..., 14. köide

New York State Agricultural Society - 1855
...asunder at their bases, and appear like an elongated white Y-shaped mark. Viewed from above, the head in of a square form, longer than wide. The first segment...the thorax is well separated from the second , is broadest at its base, and gradually tapers to its anterior end, where it is as wide as the head. The...
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Report, 1–2. number

Oklahoma. Adjutant-general's office - 1856
...asunder at their bases, and appear like an elongated white Yghaped mark. Viewed from above, the head is of a square form, longer than wide. The first segment...of the thorax is well separated from the second, is broadest at its base, and gradually tapers to its anterior end, where it is as wide as the head. The...
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Proceedings of the United States National Museum, 26. köide

United States National Museum - 1903
...spreading asunder at their bases, and appear like an elongated Y-shaped mark. Viewed from above, the head is of a square form, longer than wide. The first segment of the thorax is well separated fnmi the second, is broadest at its base, and gradually tapers to its anterior end, where it is as...
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