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" It perforates a hole the size of a half-inch auger, or large enough to admit the little finger, and requiring three or four years for the bark to close together over it. This hole running inward to the heart of the tree, and admitting the water thereto... "
Transactions of the New-York State Agricultural Society for the Year ... - Página 784
por New York State Agricultural Society - 1859
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Report, Temas3-5

Oklahoma. Adjutant-general's office - 1859
...hole the size of a halfinch auger, or large enough to admit the little finger, and requiring three or four years for the bark to close together over...eggs that it becomes unwieldly and inert, falling from side to side as its position is shifted. A specimen which I once obtained, extruded upwards of...
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Bulletin, Tema 7

1881
...finger, and reqniring three or fonr years for the bark to close together over it. This hole rnnning inward to the heart of the tree, and admitting the water thereto from every shower that passes, canses a decay in the wood to commence, and the tree never regains its previons sonndness, t This is...
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Report

West Virginia University. Agricultural Experiment Station - 1889
...hole the size of an half-inch auger, or large enough to admit the little finger, and requires three or four years for the bark to close together over...water thereto from every shower that passes, causes the decay in the wood to commence, and the tree never regains its previous soundness. These worms probably...
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Fifth Report of the United States Entomological Commission: Being a Revised ...

United States Entomological Commission, Alpheus Spring Packard - 1890 - 957 páginas
...hole the size of a half-inch auger, or large enough to admit the little finger, and requiring three or four years for the bark to close together over...so filled and distended with eggs that it becomes unwieldy and inert, falling from side to side as its position is shifted. A specimen which I once obtained...
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Report of the United States Entomological ..., Volumen5,Partes1886-1890

United States Entomological Commission - 1890
...hole the size of a half-inch auger, or large enough to admit the little finger, and requiring three or four years for the bark to close together over...so filled and distended with eggs that it becomes unwieldy and inert, falling from side to side as its position is shifted. A specimen which I once obtained...
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Fifth Report of the United States Entomological Commission: Being a Revised ...

United States Entomological Commission, Alpheus Spring Packard - 1890 - 957 páginas
...hole the size of a half-inch auger, or large enough to admit the little finger, and requiring three or four years for the bark to close together over...causes a decay in the wood to commence, and the tree uever regains its previous soundness, t This is also a moat prolific insect. The abdomen of the female...
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Annual Report of the Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture, Volumen1

Pennsylvania. Department of Agriculture - 1897
...hole the size of a half-inch auger or large enough to admit the little finger, and requiring three or four years for the bark to close together over it. This hole running inwards to the heart of the tree, and admitting the water thereto from every shower that passes, causes...
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Annual Report of the Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture, Parte2

Pennsylvania. Department of Agriculture - 1898
...size (alter Riley). half-inch auger, or large enough to admit the little finger, and requiring three or four years for the bark to close together over...never regains its previous soundness. "This is also a prolific insect. The abdomen of the female is so filled and distended with eggs that it becomes unwieldy...
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Report

Pennsylvania. Department of Forests and Waters - 1898
...-all natural size half-inch auger, or large enough to admit the little finger, and requiring three or four years for the bark to close together over...never regains its previous soundness. "This is also a prolific insect. The abdomen of the female is so filled and distended with eggs that it becomes unwieldy...
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Forest Leaves, Volúmenes11-12

1907
...of chance for fungus to attack the tree through the injury. This insect is a most prolific breeder. The abdomen of the female is so filled and distended with eggs that it becomes unwieldy and inert, falling from side to side as its position is shifted. Dr. Fitch obtained one which...
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