. Brigham Young University science bulletin. Biology -- Periodicals. 48 BniGHAM Young University Science Bulletin i of //. japonica). If it is true that all of the specimens in tube N. 173 (No. 137?) were col- lected from the same host and locality, this col- lection data of japonica might apply to that of campanulata. Tlicrefore, Warburton's reference to the specimens of campanuhtu, whicli had been mixed with jlata in the tube, might well be the first record of this species from Japan. Nuttall and Warburton (1915) examined Warburton's Mongolian specimens and reported additional samples from J
RMRH3X5C. Brigham Young University science bulletin. Biology -- Periodicals. 48 BniGHAM Young University Science Bulletin i of //. japonica). If it is true that all of the specimens in tube N. 173 (No. 137?) were col- lected from the same host and locality, this col- lection data of japonica might apply to that of campanulata. Tlicrefore, Warburton's reference to the specimens of campanuhtu, whicli had been mixed with jlata in the tube, might well be the first record of this species from Japan. Nuttall and Warburton (1915) examined Warburton's Mongolian specimens and reported additional samples from J
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. Brigham Young University science bulletin. Biology -- Periodicals. 14 Bricham Young University Science Bulletin on more even terrace it occurs as extensive and continuous forests. Owing to the desert condition of this com- munity and the uniform vegetation, bird life is comparatively sparse. However, the few species that do occur there are very distinctive, The Pinyon Jay is perhaps die most common and conspicuous species. It appears mostly as loose flocks passing through an area and stopping to feed for brief periods in the trees or on the ground. Sometimes long strings of the jays will fly
RMRH53A1. Brigham Young University science bulletin. Biology -- Periodicals. 14 Bricham Young University Science Bulletin on more even terrace it occurs as extensive and continuous forests. Owing to the desert condition of this com- munity and the uniform vegetation, bird life is comparatively sparse. However, the few species that do occur there are very distinctive, The Pinyon Jay is perhaps die most common and conspicuous species. It appears mostly as loose flocks passing through an area and stopping to feed for brief periods in the trees or on the ground. Sometimes long strings of the jays will fly
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. Brigham Young University science bulletin. Biology -- Periodicals. 100 Bricham Young University Science Bulletin in awn length of the putative parents (see Table 12). Several additional collection sites had popu- lations with intiogression patterns similar to that of Raymondville, including Pavvelekville, Pettus, and Rio Grande City (Fig. 60). Chloris andropogonoides x C. verticillata The collection site for this population is in Edwards County, Texas, on the grounds of the Texas A and M Experimental Station about 25 miles northwest of Rock Springs (Fig. 60). While "good" Cliloris
RMRH3WC9. Brigham Young University science bulletin. Biology -- Periodicals. 100 Bricham Young University Science Bulletin in awn length of the putative parents (see Table 12). Several additional collection sites had popu- lations with intiogression patterns similar to that of Raymondville, including Pavvelekville, Pettus, and Rio Grande City (Fig. 60). Chloris andropogonoides x C. verticillata The collection site for this population is in Edwards County, Texas, on the grounds of the Texas A and M Experimental Station about 25 miles northwest of Rock Springs (Fig. 60). While "good" Cliloris
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. Brigham Young University science bulletin. Biology -- Periodicals. 12 BniCHAM Young University Science Bulletin GENIOGLOSSUS HYOGLOSSUS MANDIBULOHYOIDEUS III PTERYGOMANDIBULAR^ BRANCHIOHYOIDEUS STERNOHYOIDEUS I STERNOHYOIDEUS EPISTERNOCLEIDOMASTOIDEl STERNOHYOIDEUS CLAVODELTOIDEUS SUPRACORACOIDEUS. Fig. 8. Phrt/nosoma platyrhinos plaiyrhinos. Ventral view of head and thorax musculature. Left Half: second depth. Right Half: third depth. BYU 22838, 22839, 22841, 22840, 22833. 22861. 22830, 22832. 22860. X 3.5. pears continuous with the midline raphe to the wider, anterior part of the muscle. F
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