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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
March 18, 1910 Page four
Schooner defender to load at Winslow
Jacob Coon's hen roost was recently robbed
November 26, 1904 Page three
Anson Phelps Stokes invents new style of warship
Uncertainty as to identitiy of vessel recently lost
Report on United Church Hostels housing Japanese individuals and families who recently returned to Seattle from the internment camps, October 30, 1945
F.E. Matthes letter to Harry Myers discussing the response to his recently published history of early ascents of Mount Rainier, February 14, 1921
Harry Myers letter to F.E. Matthes discussing reactions to his recently published history of early ascents of Mount Rainier, January 31, 1921
Press Release supporting recently introduced legislation, HR 4003, by Representative Jennings Randolph of West Virginia at the request of Dr. Diosdado M. Yap, publisher and editor of BATAAN magazine, ca. 1944
Recently logged area in the woods, probably on the Olympic Peninsula, date unknown
From Major General Halleck's report to the Secretary of War, 1869: Report of Brevet Lieutenant Colonel Robert N. Scott, United States Army
Names of Tribes and their numbers: Indians living on and near the boundary between British Columbia and the Russian-American Territory recently ceded to the United States
Peter Cipra, head chef and owner of the recently opened Labuznik restaurant, located at 1924 1st Ave., Seattle, Washington, November 10, 1976
Man near a large tree recently felled, probably on the Olympic Peninsula
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
Sugar Maple Borer (1. Place where egg was laid, showing exccrement or borings thrown out by borer; 1a. Another more than normally discolored; 2. Borer or grub in September from egg laid the same season; 3. Nearly full grown borer; 4. Adult or beetle; 5. Hole through which the beetle escaped from the trunk; 6. Sadust or borings packed in burrow. Maple Tree Pruner (Elaphidion villosum Fabr.): 7. Grub or borer in its burrow, a portion of the twig being cut away to show its work; 7a. Small twig with only a thin shell of bark, the wood being nearly all eaten; 8. Pupa in the burrow. the base of both twigs represented has ben nearly eaten off by the larva; 9. Adult or beetle. Cottony Maple Tree Scale Insect (Pulvinaria innumerabilis Rathv.): 10. Active or recently hatched young; 11. Adult females, many eggs can be found in the woolly masses; 12. Leaf with many young scales on its under side.
White Marked Tussock Moth (Notolophus leucostigma Abb. and Sm.): 1. Full grown caterpillar; 2. Male moth at rest; 3. Female moth laying eggs on her recently vacated cocoon; 4. Several cocoons; 5. Cast skins of caterpillars; 6. Work of young caterpillars on under surface of leaf; 7. Male pupa; 8. Branch girdled by caterpillars; 9. End of branch broken off at the point where it was girdled; Forest Tent Caterpillar: Maple Worm (Clisiocampa disstra Hubn.): 10. Female moth; 11. Male moth; 12. Egg belt encircling twig; 13. Full grown caterpillar; 14. Cocoon in a leaf; 15. Pupa; 16. Cast skin of caterpillars
Views of the under sides of the heads of adult females of the common sturgeon, showing the relative position of the barbels and mouth, with its undistorted fleshy marginal processes as seen in the recently killed animal (fig.35-36); View of the under side of the head of an adult male of the common sturgeon, showing the aerolation on the under side of the snout in front of the mouth, the areolae being sensory tactile areas supplied by the fifth nerve.
Views of the upper surfaces of the heads of recently killed females of the common sturgeon (fig.29-30); View of the upper surface of the head of the adult male of the common sturgeon, showing the more gently tapering and blunter form of the snout, with relatively less width at the base of the cranium (fig.31)
Fig.27 Young Apeltes one week old, with the lower lobe of the caudal developing and becoming heterocercal; Fig.28 Recently hatched embryo of Esox reticulatus, showing the wide median finfolds, the distribution of vitelline vessels, and the course of the caudal and subintestinal veins; Fig.29 A much older stage of Esox reticulatus, in which the flat snout is becoming apparent and the rudiments of the caudal, anal, and dorsal fins are becoming evident
Apeltes quadracus (Four-spined Stickleback)
Fig.22 Embryo in the egg, showing the asymmetrically disposed vitelline vessels; figs. 23 & 24 Other views of the same stage, showing the lateral position of the heart; Fig.25 Dorsal view of a recently hatched embryo, showing the distribution of the brown pigment blotches on the median line and the symmetry in the distribution of the vascular channels on the dorsal side of the yelk; Fig.26 Side view of the same stage, showing the pigmentation and vascular loops in the dorsal fin-fold
Superior, owned by Apex Fish Co. Powered with 200 h. p. Atlas engine. Long known as the largest gas-engined tow-boat on Puget Sound.
Ajax, recently built for Apex Fish Co. Powered with 120 h. p. Atlas Diesel engine. A thoroughly modern Puget Sound cannery tender
Seldovia Salmon Co.'s Tender Glovina. This is the most recently constructed of the cannery tenders
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