Videnskabelige meddelelser

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PUicjia riiidlis Fall. has been bred from caterpillars of Pliisid

Jota L. and P. (jdinnui L. The third stage maggots are fixed to

the hosts by small funnels originating from the hosts skin. The

pupation takes place inside the empty skin of the host, and the

puparia are lying transversely in the host.

Explanation of the figures.

Plagia ruralis Fall. Third stage.

Fig. 1. Full-grown maggot. x 5.

— 2. Pharyngeal skeleton >< 67.

— 3. Anterior spiracle. x 95.

— 4. Posterior spiracle. x 95.


Anm. Manuskriptet til ovenstaaende Afhandling, der fandtes mellem For-

fatterens efterladte Papirer, var betegnet som færdigt; det udgives

derfor her uden Ændringer. R. H. Stamm.


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