California red scale insects (Aonidiella aurantii) on lemon wood Sicily
RMAWA1AJCalifornia red scale insects (Aonidiella aurantii) on lemon wood Sicily
. Boddington's quality bulbs, seeds and plants / Arthur T. Boddington.. Nursery Catalogue. scale, thrip, red spider, }4gal. $1.25, gal. .$2.25.. 'â "IDE ⢠Qt. 50 cts., Lemon Oil. For destroying mealy bugs etc. Directions on cans. Qt. 75 cts. 5 gals. $10. Nicoticide. Fumigating compound. A certain destroyer of all green- house bugs. Directions on pack- ages. Pt., sutlicient for 32.(1011 cubic feet, $2.50 each. Fuiniga- tors for same, 75 cts. each. Nikoteen. A thorough exterminator of mealy bug, thrip, lice, and injurious insects affecting plant life. Pint bottle $1.,50. Paris Green. Unexc
RMRHGMBX. Boddington's quality bulbs, seeds and plants / Arthur T. Boddington.. Nursery Catalogue. scale, thrip, red spider, }4gal. $1.25, gal. .$2.25.. 'â "IDE ⢠Qt. 50 cts., Lemon Oil. For destroying mealy bugs etc. Directions on cans. Qt. 75 cts. 5 gals. $10. Nicoticide. Fumigating compound. A certain destroyer of all green- house bugs. Directions on pack- ages. Pt., sutlicient for 32.(1011 cubic feet, $2.50 each. Fuiniga- tors for same, 75 cts. each. Nikoteen. A thorough exterminator of mealy bug, thrip, lice, and injurious insects affecting plant life. Pint bottle $1.,50. Paris Green. Unexc
. The Coccidae of California; a descriptive list of the different scale insects found in and reported from California. Coccidae -- California. THE COCCIDAE OP CALIFORNIA. 13 Subfamily MONOPHLEBINiE. Icerya purchasi crawii Ckll. Female (after forming ovisac).—Light pinkish or yellowish red; the margin orange, with bunches of short black bristles; the back is largely covered with yellowish-white secretion. Ovisac somewhat larger and longer than maftkelli; femora decidedly more slender. On orange, lemon, grape-fruit, acacia, pittosporum, broom, rose.. FIG. 1. Icerya purchasi crawii. Females on or
RMREJTFJ. The Coccidae of California; a descriptive list of the different scale insects found in and reported from California. Coccidae -- California. THE COCCIDAE OP CALIFORNIA. 13 Subfamily MONOPHLEBINiE. Icerya purchasi crawii Ckll. Female (after forming ovisac).—Light pinkish or yellowish red; the margin orange, with bunches of short black bristles; the back is largely covered with yellowish-white secretion. Ovisac somewhat larger and longer than maftkelli; femora decidedly more slender. On orange, lemon, grape-fruit, acacia, pittosporum, broom, rose.. FIG. 1. Icerya purchasi crawii. Females on or