. Annual report, including a report of the insects of New Jersey, 1909. Fig. 216.—Harrisina americana: a, larva; h, pupa; c, cocoon; d, e, moths, wings closed and open. larva on PYROMORPHA H. S. P. dimidiata H. S. Plainfield VII (Bz); Staten Island VI (Ds); New Brunswick (Coll); Woodbury VI, 17, Wenonah VI, lona V, 24, DaCosta VI, Manumuskin VI (Dke); Lahaway VI (Sm); never common. The larva feeds on dead oak leaves. HARRISINA Pack. americana Harr. Locally common everywhere V- VIII, and sometimes, as in the Egg Harbor dis- trict, injurious to certain varieties of grape. The yellow, black-dotte

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. Annual report, including a report of the insects of New Jersey, 1909. Fig. 216.—Harrisina americana: a, larva; h, pupa; c, cocoon; d, e, moths, wings closed and open. larva on PYROMORPHA H. S. P. dimidiata H. S. Plainfield VII (Bz); Staten Island VI (Ds); New Brunswick (Coll); Woodbury VI, 17, Wenonah VI, lona V, 24, DaCosta VI, Manumuskin VI (Dke); Lahaway VI (Sm); never common. The larva feeds on dead oak leaves. HARRISINA Pack. americana Harr. Locally common everywhere V- VIII, and sometimes, as in the Egg Harbor dis- trict, injurious to certain varieties of grape. The yellow, black-dotte

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