. Bulletin of the U.S. Department of Agriculture. Agriculture; Agriculture. 32 BULLETIN 100, U. S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. merits: Length of body (average), 1.67 mm.; width of body (average), 0.61 mm,; wing expanse (average), 4.02 mm.; antenna, joint I, 0.053 mm.; joint II, 0.046 mm.; joint III, 0.41 mm.; joint IV, 0.335 mm.; joint V, 0.32 mm.; joint VI, 0.191 mm.; filament, 0.123 mm.; cauda, 0.084 mm.; Cornicles, 0.009 mm. Described from numerous specimens, Walnut Creek, CaL, October, 1912. The Oviparous Forms. the oviparous female (fig. 16). Wingless. General color pale lemon-yellow, in m

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. Bulletin of the U.S. Department of Agriculture. Agriculture; Agriculture. 32 BULLETIN 100, U. S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. merits: Length of body (average), 1.67 mm.; width of body (average), 0.61 mm,; wing expanse (average), 4.02 mm.; antenna, joint I, 0.053 mm.; joint II, 0.046 mm.; joint III, 0.41 mm.; joint IV, 0.335 mm.; joint V, 0.32 mm.; joint VI, 0.191 mm.; filament, 0.123 mm.; cauda, 0.084 mm.; Cornicles, 0.009 mm. Described from numerous specimens, Walnut Creek, CaL, October, 1912. The Oviparous Forms. the oviparous female (fig. 16). Wingless. General color pale lemon-yellow, in m
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. Bulletin of the U.S. Department of Agriculture. Agriculture; Agriculture. 32 BULLETIN 100, U. S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. merits: Length of body (average), 1.67 mm.; width of body (average), 0.61 mm,; wing expanse (average), 4.02 mm.; antenna, joint I, 0.053 mm.; joint II, 0.046 mm.; joint III, 0.41 mm.; joint IV, 0.335 mm.; joint V, 0.32 mm.; joint VI, 0.191 mm.; filament, 0.123 mm.; cauda, 0.084 mm.; Cornicles, 0.009 mm. Described from numerous specimens, Walnut Creek, CaL, October, 1912. The Oviparous Forms. the oviparous female (fig. 16). Wingless. General color pale lemon-yellow, in mature individuals the central part of the abdomen diffused with orange. Body elliptical, "widest at the third abdominal segment. Antennae half as long as the body, not on frontal tubercles, pale, with. Fig. 16.—Monellia caryella: Oviparous female. (Original.) an apical black ring on joints III to VI, inclusive; joints I, II, and filament dusky; joint ILT longest; joints IV and V subequal and each about four-fifths as long as joint III; filament a little shorter than VI; VI about four-fifths as long as V. Eyes crimson. Legs pale yellow; tarsi dusky. Hind tibiae slightly thickened. Cornicles very small, pale. Cauda pale, globular, beset with a fringe of weak hairs, not as long as the hind tarsi. Thorax and abdomen with six longitudinal rows of capitate bristles, each surmounting a pale tubercle. Penultimate segment of the abdomen encircled near its posterior margin with a fringe of weak hairs. Eight capitate spines on the. Please note that these images are extracted from scanned page images that may have been digitally enhanced for readability - coloration and appearance of these illustrations may not perfectly resemble the original work.. United States. Dept. of Agriculture. [Washington, D. C. ?] : The Dept. : Supt. of Docs. , G. P. O.

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