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Researchers measuring bore holes at a glacier, Olympic National Park, date unknown
Elm Leaf Beetle and Bag or Basket Worm : Elm Leaf Betle (Galerucella luteola (Muller) 1.Cluster of eggs; 1a. Side view of single egg,; 2. Recently hatched larva or grub; 3. Full grown larva or grub; 4. Pupa; 5. Overwintered beetle; 6. Fresh, brightly colored beetle; 7. Leaf showing eating of larvae or grubs and a few holes eaten by beetles, eggs in clusters, cast larval skins and full grown larvae; 8. Leaf nearly skeletonized by grubs of larvae and on it three cast larval skins; 9. Leaf showing holes eaten by beetles.
Bag or Basket Worm (Thyridopterys ephemeraformis Haworth): 10, Bag or larval case as it passes the winter; 11. Same as preceeding but cut open to show the pupal case and the eggs; 12. Several eggs; 13. Recently hatched larva; 14. Cases of young larvae on twit. Notice that the dark ones are on the dark bark and the light ones on the green bark; 14a. Leaf eaten by young larvae; 15. Older larvae in their bags which are ornamented with pieces of leaves, one is on the leaf, another hanging from the edge and a third dangling by a thread; 16. Full grown larva removed from its case; 17. Full grown larva walking with its case; 18. Male pupa; 19. Female moth; 20. Male moth with wings spread; 21. Female pupa; 22. Bag of male hanging from a leaf and with the empty pupal case protruding from its lower extremity.... The leaf in front of the bag shows the work of half grown larvae
Valve of Unio in its Natural State, and the same with 'blanks' cut out from it. Blanks as cut; three upper figures showing inside, three lower showing outside with or or less of the epidermis. The same ground but not 'centered' or polished. The same centered. i.e. with the central depression made, but not the holes. The same with the holes drilled complete. A dozen buttons, as fastened on card for sale
Insects Affecting White Pine : 1. Nearly full grown larva of imperial moth, Basilona imperralis Drury; 2. Masses of the pine bark louwe, Chermes pinicorticis Fitch; 3. Pupal cells of white pine weevil, Pissodes strobi Peck under bark of pine log; 4. Burrows of larvae of same in bark; 5. Portion of dead shoot killed by the insect, showing the circular exit holes, the borings of the insect in upper part and the shrunken area extending down on the affected portion of the twig; 6. Pupal cells of white pine weevil within the wood, showing method of exit and also a few exit holes in the shrunken affected bark; 7. Adult weevil, Pissodes strobi Peck; 8. Leconte's sawfly larvae, Lophyrus lecontes Fitch in resting position, showing below the stubs of devoured foliate; 9. Pine leaf scale insect, Chionapsis furfura Fitch
J. I. Tracy looking at core samples from drill holes made on Bikini Island, summer 1947
Aerial view of French troops waiting for an attack in shell holes, World War I, ca. 1916
November 16, 1904 Page three
Jennie Murray secures divorce from J.D. Murray
Shot The Standard Theater full of holes
Boy with ragged clothing and holes in shoes, 1936
Elm Borers and Elm Bark Louse : Elm Borer (Sapreda tridentata Oliv.). 1. Larva or grub within its burrow just under the bark; 1a, Larva or grum extended; 2. Pupa within its cell just under the bark; 3. Burrows of the grub as exposed after removal of the bark; 4. Adult beetle.
Elm Snout Beetles (Mardalis): 5. Adult of Magdalis armicollis Say; 6. Adult of magdalis barbita Say; 6a. Side view of same; 7. Larva of Magdalis barbita, side view; 8. Pupa of Magdalis barbita within its oval cell just beneath the bark; 8a Empty pupal case of Magdalis barbita; 9. Burrows of Magdalis barbita as exposed after removal of the bark; 9a. Holes in the bark through which the beetles escape; 9b. Showing how bark is loosened by the burrows of this insect.
Elm Bark Louse (Gossyparia ulmi Geoff): 10. Group of partly grown bark lice as they appear in the early spring; 11. Group of male cocoons; 12. Group of male cocoons; 13. Group of females; 14. Female; 15. Recently hatched young; 16. Mature female; 16a, Mature females on a twig; 17. Pesudimago or wingless male; 18. Winged male.... Note also the long, white, anal filaments
13-Paralichthys albiguttus, Individual (B) on a smooth white background continuously from July 23, 2 p.m., to July 25, 10 a.m. It was alternately on white and on black about equal time during the preceding seven days. The skin actually appeared much whiter and less mottled and the animal less conspicuous than the photograph indicates. This is partly due to the shadow in the background along the ventral side. In specimens kept continuously on white for two months the skin became much more uniformly white. 14- Individual (B) on black and white background (circles 5 mm. in diameter) from August 11, 12 m., to August 13, 1:30 p.m... 15- Individual (B) on black and white background 2 cm. squares from August 24, 11 a.m., to August 27, a.m., after having been adapted to white... 16- Individual (B) on black and white background (circles 5 mm. in diameter) from August 15, 10 a.,m., to August 16, 9 a.m. This photograph shows one of the most remarkable concealing patterns observed. The fish appeared to contain numerous holes.
Section through jacket showing borer holes in close proximity. One borer (Pholadidea penita) in place in burrow
Creosoted pile destroyed by Limnoria, which entered through a bolt hole and adjacent dog holes
Surface of ... pile ... showing entrance holes of Xylotrya
Creosoted pile, Western Pacific Ferry Slip, Alameda, attacked by Limnoria at bolt and dog holes
Raft of creosoted p8iles chained together by means of rafting dogs. Untreated wood will be exposed to attack when the dogs are pulled out, where the holes come in the water section of the piles
Metal armlet, made of copper and tin, so thin as to spring open when drawn over the hand. The fastening is a small string through the holes. Bracelets were favorite ornaments; they are seldom worn in the present day
Two valves of Mytilus edulis L., representing diagramatically, the approximate position of the holes bored by Purpura in about 100 specimens of Mytilus gathered at Newquay, Cornwall
1-Boat spade b and sheath a used to diable a running whale.
2-Narrow cutting-spade or thin boat-spade.
3-Flat- or round-shank spade used to cut holes for 'head-strap' for hoisting head of bowhead on board and to remove throat bone
4-Cutting-spade for cutting the scarfs in blubber.
5-Cutting-spade for 'leaning up.'
Detail of device for extension and universal movement. 1. adjustable shaft hanger on house boat; 2. ball joint; 3. square shafting, fastened by set screws into ball joint at left, and also (4) into sleeve; 4 and 5. screws through flanges of sleeve; 6. oil holes; 7. square shaft which slides in and out of sleeve; 8. shaft hanger upon side float
Deck View of Whaleboat and Equipment.
4-Box of boat.
8-Forward platform on which men stand when striking or killing.
12-Dunnage for thwards.
14-Peak-cleats (used for resting oars).
15-Peak-cleat for tub-oar.
24-Well for bailing.
25-Plug (for emptying boat when hoisted out of water).
26-After platform (steersman stands on this).
27-Standing-cleats (officer stands on these to obtain longer view).
30-Loggerhead-strip (or lion's tongue).
35-Blocks with holes for rowlocks.
A, First iron resting in bow-chocks with handle in boat-crotch.
B, Second iron.
C, c, Spare irons.
D, D, D, Hand-lances.
E, Boat spade.
F, G, Harpooner's oar.
I, Mid-ship oar.
M, M, M, Paddles.
N, Small tub and line.
O, Large tub and line.
P, P, P, Tow-line extending aft from large tub around loggerhead and forward across thwarts to box of boat (4) where it is coiled and known as "box-wrap" (P, P) thence extending to eye-splice of first iron.
Q, Q, Mast and sail.
S, Lashing or strap for handle of steering-oar when not in use or fast to a whale.
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