Report on the Injurious Insects and Other Animals Observed in the Midland Counties During 1904 (Classic Reprint)

Report on the Injurious Insects and Other Animals Observed in the Midland Counties During 1904 (Classic Reprint)


Report on the Injurious Insects and Other Animals Observed in the Midland Counties During 1904 (Classic Reprint)

 


by
Walter Edward Collinge

  • Author: Walter Edward Collinge
  • Type: Mobi type
  • Pages: 96 pages
  • ISBN: none
  • ASIN: 9781333507701
  • Edition Language: English


  • Excerpt from Report on the Injurious Insects and Other Animals Observed in the Midland Counties During 1904 Fig. 1. Roots attacked by Root-knot Eelworm.

    4 Fig. II. About Report on the Injurious Insects and Other Animals Observed in the Midland Counties During 1904 (Classic Reprint) Large Witches Broom formed by Eriophyes rudis. 8 Fig. III. Silver Birch at Kings Heath, with Witches Brooms. 9 Fig. Shoot of Coxs Pomona Apple with mites in the buds. 10 Fig. V. The Apple Sucker (psylla malt). 14 VI. The Mussel Scale (mytilaspis pomorum). 18 Fig. VII. The Apple Blossom Weevil (anthonomzis pomorum). 22 Fig. VIII. The Plum Bark Beetle (scolytus mgalosas). 24 Fig. IX. Branch of Plum Tree, showing damage to wood by Plum Bark Beetle.

    Fig. X. Large White Cabbage Butter y. 2 Fig. XI. Small White Cabbage Butter y Fig. XII. The Currant Clearwing Moth. Fig. XIII. Ash tree recently attacked by Goat Moth. Fig. XI V. Portion of Ash tree attacked by Goat Moth. Fig. XV. Lower portion of the same tree (enlarged).

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