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" Of all the wood-boring insects in our land this is by far the most pernicious, wounding the trees the most cruelly. The stateliest oaks in our forests are ruined, probably in every instance where one of these borers obtains a lodgment in their trunks. "
The Canadian Entomologist - Página 83
1878
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Transactions of the New-York State Agricultural Society for the ..., Volumen18

New York State Agricultural Society - 1859
...colored with black, with the hind half of its hind wings bright orange yellow, its width 2.00 to 2.30. Of all the wood-boring insects in our land this is by far the most pernicious, wounding the trees the most cruelly. The stateliest oaks in our forests are ruined, probably in every instance where one...
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Report, Temas3-5

Oklahoma. Adjutant-general's office - 1859
...colored with black, with the hind half of its hind wings bright orange yellow, its width 2.00 to 2.30. Of all the wood-boring insects in our land this is by far the most pernicious, wounding the trees the most cruelly. The stateliest oaks in our forests are ruined, probably in every instance where one...
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The Canadian Entomologist, Volúmenes11-12

1879
...other orders. Such are found even among the Lepidoptera, one species of which — Cossus Robinice — bores half-inch tunnels into the trunks of living...selected for the subject of the present paper the Uroceridce, a family in the above order, the members of which in the larval state have tastes and habits...
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Report

West Virginia University. Agricultural Experiment Station - 1889
...whereby the excavation comes to present the same diameter through its wole length. He further says that of all the wood-boring insects in our land, this...is by far the most pernicious, wounding the trees the most cruelly. It perforates a hole the size of an half-inch auger, or large enough to admit the...
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Fifth Report of the United States Entomological Commission: Being a Revised ...

United States Entomological Commission, Alpheus Spring Packard - 1890 - 957 páginas
...locust than to the oak. The following account of its habits and transformations is copied from Fitch: Of all the wood-boring insects in our land this is by far the most pernicious, wounding the trees the most cruelly. The stateliest oaks in our forests are rained, probably in every instance where one...
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Nature, Volumen44

Sir Norman Lockyer - 1891
...mischief to the limbs and large branches like the goat-moth caterpillar. Fitch says of this : — " Of all the wood-boring insects in our land, this is...most pernicious, wounding the trees most cruelly. The stateliest oaks in our forests are ruined, probably in every instance where one of these borers...
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Nature, Volumen44

Sir Norman Lockyer - 1891
...mischief to the limbs and large branches like the goat-moth caterpillar. Fitch says of this :— " < >f all the wood-boring insects in our land, this is by...most pernicious, wounding the trees most cruelly. The stateliest oaks in our forests are ruined, probably in every instance where one of these borers...
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Annual Report of the Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture, Tema 2,Parte1

Pennsylvania. Dept. of Agriculture - 1897
...attacked; it also frequents the locust. Dr. Asa Fitch (Fifth Keport), refers to this insect as follows: "Of all the wood-boring insects in our land this is by far the most pernicious, wounding the tree most cruelly. The stateliest oaks in our forests are ruined, probably in every instance where...
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Report

Pennsylvania. Department of Forests and Waters - 1898
...have been received from Mr. Philip Laurent. Dr. Fitch refers to this destructive insect as follows: "Of all the wood-boring insects in our land this is by far the most pernicious, wounding the trees the most cruelly. The stateliest oaks in our forest are ruined, probably in every instance where one...
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Annual Report of the Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture, Parte2

Pennsylvania. Department of Agriculture - 1898
...have been received from Mr. Philip Laurent. Dr. Fitch refers to this destructive insect as follows: "Of all the wood-boring insects in our land this is by far the most pernicious, wounding the trees the most cruelly. The stateliest oaks in our forest are ruined, probably in every instance where one...
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