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. Report of the State Entomologist on injurious and other insects of the state of New York. ster gall, Neuroterus papillosusBeutm. (Original) Elonga e fold gall close to the midrib on the under surface, leng h 12 mm, diameterI mm, on Quercus, possibly identical with the preceding. Itonid. Cecidomyia oruca WalshFusiform, thin-walled, striate, pale green vein swelling, length 5 mm, diameter3 mm, on red oak. PI. 8, fig. 4. Itonid. Cecidomyia sp. a2728 Globose or blisterlike, monothalamous leaf vein swellings more distinct on the upper side and with a minute nipple on the lower surface, diameter i

. Report of the State Entomologist on injurious and other insects of the state of New York. ster gall, Neuroterus papillosusBeutm. (Original) Elonga e fold gall close to the midrib on the under surface, leng h 12 mm, diameterI mm, on Quercus, possibly identical with the preceding. Itonid. Cecidomyia oruca WalshFusiform, thin-walled, striate, pale green vein swelling, length 5 mm, diameter3 mm, on red oak. PI. 8, fig. 4. Itonid. Cecidomyia sp. a2728 Globose or blisterlike, monothalamous leaf vein swellings more distinct on the upper side and with a minute nipple on the lower surface, diameter i Stock Photo
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. Report of the State Entomologist on injurious and other insects of the state of New York. ster gall, Neuroterus papillosusBeutm. (Original) Elonga e fold gall close to the midrib on the under surface, leng h 12 mm, diameterI mm, on Quercus, possibly identical with the preceding. Itonid. Cecidomyia oruca WalshFusiform, thin-walled, striate, pale green vein swelling, length 5 mm, diameter3 mm, on red oak. PI. 8, fig. 4. Itonid. Cecidomyia sp. a2728 Globose or blisterlike, monothalamous leaf vein swellings more distinct on the upper side and with a minute nipple on the lower surface, diameter i to 1.75 mm, on Q. alba and Q. macrocarpa. Fig. 81,1. Beutm. loc, p. 121 Cynipid. Neurotus niger Gill. Hemispherical or subhemispherical, pale brown, minutely crackled vein gall, diameter 4 mm, height 2.5 mm, on Quercus sp. Fig. 107, 10. Beutm. loc, P- 125 Cynipid. Neuroterus cockerelli Beutm.Oval, thin-walled, monothalamous vein swellings covered with a dense, brownpubescence, on Q. alba. Fig. 53, 10. Beutm. loc, p. 128 Cynipid. Neuroterus pallipes Bass. KEY TO AMERICAN INSECT GALLS 83. E.L.B eotenmuWer Fig. 81. Neuroterus galls, i. N. niger Gill. 2. Gall of oak blister wasp, N. papillosusBeutm. 3. Gall of N. consimilis Bass. 4-9- Soft oak bud gall, N. vesiculus Bass.(After Beutm., Am. Mus. Nat. Hist.) 84 NEW YORK STATE MUSEUM A slight circular, blisterlike swelling on the lateral veins, length 3 mm, diameterI mm, on Q. rubra. Felt i6d, p. 161 Itonid. Oak vein blister, Cincticornia americana FeltSubglobose or fusiform, pale green, yellow margined leaf fold, mostly on undersurface, length 3 to 7 mm, diameter 3 mm. PL 9, fig. i. Itonid. Cecidomyia sp. ai979Gall, similar to, if not identical with the above. PI. 9, fig- 2. Stebb. 10, p. 17 Itonid. Cincticornia majalis O. S. (3) A whole leaf is swollen to form a fleshy, elongated gallVery irregular, swollen mass originating from the midvein or the petiole of theleaf and involving the whole structure, green and succulent, later shri

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