Search Images Maps Play YouTube News Gmail Drive More »
Sign in
Books Books
" ... the approach of winter, during which they remain at rest in a torpid state. In the spring they bore through the sapwood, more or less deeply into the trunk, the general course of their winding and irregular passages, being in an upward direction from... "
The American Agriculturist - Page 345
1846
Full view - About this book

A Report on the Insects of Massachusetts: Injurious to Vegetation, Volume 3

Thaddeus William Harris - 1841 - 459 pages
...winter, during which they remain at rest in a torpid state. In the spring they bore through the sapwood, more or less deeply into the trunk, the general course...of their holes as fast as they are made, but after a while the passage becomes clogged and the burrow more or less filled with the coarse and fibrous...
Full view - About this book

The Farmer's Encyclopædia, and Dictionary of Rural Affairs ..., Volume 1

Cuthbert William Johnson - 1844 - 1165 pages
...winter, during which they remain at rest in a torpid state. In the spring they bore through the sap-wood, more or less deeply into the trunk, the general course...of their holes as fast as they are made, but after a while the passage becomes clogged, and the burrow more or less filled with the coarse and fibrous...
Full view - About this book

The Trees of America: Native and Foreign, Pictorially and Botanically ...

Daniel Jay Browne - 1846 - 520 pages
...during which, they remain at rest, in a torpid state. In the spring, they bore through the sap-wood, more or less deeply into the trunk, the general course...with the coarse and fibrous fragments of wood, to get rid of which, the grubs are often obliged to open new holes through the bark. The seat of their...
Full view - About this book

The Treasury of Natural History: Or, A Popular Dictionary of Animated Nature ...

Samuel Maunder - 1848 - 812 pages
...in torpid state, hut in spring tlicv bore more or lees deeply hito the trunk, the general conree of their winding and irregular passages being in an...upward direction from the place of their entrance. COAL-FISH. (GtuJia carbonaria*.} A Mttlacopterygiom ¡Mi inhabiting the Baltic, the Northern, and the...
Full view - About this book

A Treatise on Some of the Insects of New England which are Injurious to ...

Thaddeus William Harris - 1852 - 513 pages
...winter, during which they remain at rest in a torpid state. In the spring they bore through the sap-wood, more or less deeply into the trunk, the general course...of their holes as fast as they are made, but after a while the passage becomes clogged and the burrow more or less filled with the coarse and fibrous...
Full view - About this book

Annual Report of the American Institute of the City of New York

American Institute of the City of New York - 1853
...winter, during which they remain at rest in a torpid state. In the spring they bore into the sap wood, more or less deeply into the trunk, the general course of their winding and irregular passages being an upward direction from the place of their entrance. For a time they cast their chips out of their...
Full view - About this book

A Treatise on Some of the Insects Injurious to Vegetation

Thaddeus William Harris - 1862 - 640 pages
...winter, during which they remain at rest in a torpid state. In the spring they bore through the sap-wood, more or less deeply into the trunk, the general course...of their holes as fast as they are made, but after a while the passage becomes clogged and the burrow more or less filled with the coarse and fibrous...
Full view - About this book

The Farmer's and Planter's Encyclopaedia of Rural Affairs: Embracing All the ...

Cuthbert William Johnson - 1869 - 1179 pages
...winter, during which they remain at rest in a torpid state. In the spring they bore through the sap-wood, more or less deeply into the trunk, the general course...of their holes as fast as they are made, but after a while the passage becomes clogged, and the burrow more or less filled with the coarse and fibrous...
Full view - About this book

Annual Report - Entomological Society of Ontario: 1871-1876, Volumes 2-8

Entomological Society of Ontario - 1872
...During winter they remain at rest in a torpid state. In the spring they bore through the sap-wood, more or less deeply into the trunk, the general course...of their holes as fast as they are made, but after a while the passage becomes clogged, and the burrow more or less filled with the coarse and fibrous...
Full view - About this book

The Canadian Entomologist, Volumes 10-12

1878
...during which they remain at rest in a torpid state. In the spring they bore through the soft wood, more or less deeply into the trunk, the general course of their winding and irregular passages THE CANADIAN ENTOMOLOGIST. being in an upward direction from their place of entrance. For a time they...
Full view - About this book




  1. My library
  2. Help
  3. Advanced Book Search
  4. Download EPUB
  5. Download PDF