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Indian Museum Notes Volume 3 pdf

Indian Museum Notes Volume 3 pdf

Indian Museum Notes Volume 3.cIndian Museum
Indian Museum Notes Volume 3
Author: Indian Museum
Number of Pages: 120 pages
Published Date: 01 May 2012
Publication Country: Miami Fl, United States
Language: English
ISBN: 9781231302569
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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1896 Excerpt: ...fagots of sticks. The most remarkable feature about the caterpillars is their extraordinary vitality. Indeed, they will withstand an amount of rou-h handling which would be fatal to the larvae of almost any other group of Lepidoptera. The point is an important one to remember in considering how best to dispose of what are brought in by coolies. The chief points in connection with the insect which remain to bo ascertained are the number of generations in the year and the periods passed in the various stages of development. Eumeta sikkima, Moore. A very complete and interesting account of this insect has been given in the pages of Indian ifutetm Notushy Mr. G. C. Dudgeon, who found the caterpillars very generally upon sal and less often upon tea in the Durjiling district. The figBtv, which has been taUli from specin Cns presented to the Indian Museum by Mr. Dudgeon, tshowsi--(I) the male moth 3 (2) the degraded wingless female as she appears when taken out of the case (.J) thu larval case in which the female passes her existence; (4) the larval case of the male, with pupal skin protruding from which the male moth has emerged. The figures are all natural size. The following is an extract from Mr, Dudgron's paper: --"The laiVic emerge about tl.e 1st of April from eggs laid at thc beginning of March in the same year. This is the first biood of the year, but the others do not follow in any regularity, and it has bccu impossible for roe to ascoitain how many broods there are, as the larva and jiupie are found in all stages throughout the rains. L.irvie when first emerged are about one-sixteenth of an inch in length. Colour reddish brown. Heads large, mandibles strong. Body cylindrical, tapering towards the tail end. Pectoral logs large, long, and very pow...

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