I. Notes on insects bred from the bark and wood of the American larch.
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I. Notes on insects bred from the bark and wood of the American larch. By M. W. Blackman and Harry H. Stage. II. On the insect visitors to the blossoms of wild blackberry and wild spiraea --a study in seasonable distribution. By M. W. Blackman.

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Series: [Syracuse University bulletin] v. XVIII, no. 4, May 1918

Series: New York State College of Forestry at Syracuse University. Technical publication no. 10

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Book

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Syracuse,The University,[1918]

Subjects

Flowers , Insects

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http://dx.doi.org/10.5962/bhl.title.40923

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I. Notes on insects bred from the bark and wood of the American larch. By M. W. Blackman and Harry H. Stage. II. On the insect visitors to the blossoms of wild blackberry and wild spiraea --a study in seasonable distribution. By M. W. Blackman.

Related Titles

Series: [Syracuse University bulletin] v. XVIII, no. 4, May 1918

Series: New York State College of Forestry at Syracuse University. Technical publication no. 10

By

Blackman, M. W. (Maulsby Willett), 1876-1943
Stage, Harry Hutchinson, 1894-

Genre

Book

Publication info

Syracuse,The University,[1918]

Subjects

Flowers , Insects

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SB608.L3 B6

Language

English

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LCCN: agr19000406
OCLC: 27275705

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http://dx.doi.org/10.5962/bhl.title.40923

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