. Annual report, including a report of the insects of New Jersey, 1909. 320 REPORT OF NEW JERSEY STATE MUSEUM. ANOMALA Koeppe. A. binotata Gyll. Throughout the Delaware Valley, the pine barrens and maritime regions III-V, locally not rare. A. innuba Fab. (minuta Burm.) Anglesea (div). A. undulata Mels. Throughout the State IV, VI, locally not rare. A. lucicola Fab. Throughout the State, common on grape and "Ampe- lopsis" VI, VII; the most abundant form of the genus, and quite variable. A. obiivia Horn. Pine barrens V-VII, locally not rare; extending into the maritime and a little int
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