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Authors

R. L. Webster

Document Type

Research

Publication Date

1913

Journal Title

Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Science

Volume

20

Issue

1

First Page

313

Last Page

315

Comments

During the summer of 1910 some insectary experiments were made at Ames with the plum curculio in apples, but since these were few, and of no great importance, no mention of them was made in print. However, when taken in connection with some notes on the insect made in 1889 by Prof. C.P. Gillette, then entomologist of the Iowa experiment station, these stray notes become somewhat more valuable, as they fit in nicely with the notes taken by Professor Gillette. Since little definite data concerning the seasonal history of this insect in Iowa is available, these notes are incorporated in the present paper. The 1910 notes were made by Mr. T.M. McCall, insectary assistant at that time, and by the writer; most of them by the former. These notes are from the insectary records of the entomological section of the agricultural experiment station at Ames.

Copyright

© Copyright 1913 by the Iowa Academy of Science, Inc.

Language

en

File Format

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