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Ontario Sessional Papers, 1908, No.13-19 . Fig. 26. Scurfy Bark-louse (Chionaspis furfura). Adult male and female.. Fig. 27. Scurfy Bark-louse {Chionaspis furfura). Adult female, under surface, show-ing the insect at anterior end, and the numerous purplish eggs. 1907 ENTOMOLOGICAL SOCIETY. 71 Remedies.—The same remedies should be used as for the Oyster-shellscale. Parasites.—The parasites are largely the same as those that attack theOyster-shell. The most common are (1) the mite, Tyroglyphus malus(Sthimer); (2) a small chalcid, Ahlerus clisiocampa;, Ashm; (3) the twice-stabbed lady beetle, Chi

Ontario Sessional Papers, 1908, No.13-19 . Fig. 26. Scurfy Bark-louse (Chionaspis furfura). Adult male and female.. Fig. 27. Scurfy Bark-louse {Chionaspis furfura). Adult female, under surface, show-ing the insect at anterior end, and the numerous purplish eggs. 1907 ENTOMOLOGICAL SOCIETY. 71 Remedies.—The same remedies should be used as for the Oyster-shellscale. Parasites.—The parasites are largely the same as those that attack theOyster-shell. The most common are (1) the mite, Tyroglyphus malus(Sthimer); (2) a small chalcid, Ahlerus clisiocampa;, Ashm; (3) the twice-stabbed lady beetle, Chi Stock Photo
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Ontario Sessional Papers, 1908, No.13-19 . Fig. 26. Scurfy Bark-louse (Chionaspis furfura). Adult male and female.. Fig. 27. Scurfy Bark-louse {Chionaspis furfura). Adult female, under surface, show-ing the insect at anterior end, and the numerous purplish eggs. 1907 ENTOMOLOGICAL SOCIETY. 71 Remedies.—The same remedies should be used as for the Oyster-shellscale. Parasites.—The parasites are largely the same as those that attack theOyster-shell. The most common are (1) the mite, Tyroglyphus malus(Sthimer); (2) a small chalcid, Ahlerus clisiocampa;, Ashm; (3) the twice-stabbed lady beetle, Chilocorus hivulrjberus, Muls. The Rose Scale, Aulacaspis rosce, (Bouche). Here and there all over the province we find the Hose Scale attacking rosebushes, and blackberry and raspberry canes. The plants attacked are nearlyahvajs in damp, shady places, such as overcrowded gardens, and it is seldomthat we find the scale out in open, airy plots. The mature female scale is nearly circular in shape, moderately convex,2-2.5 mm. in diameter, almost snow-white, except for a brownish yellow spot,the exuviae, situated

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