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Report Volume 71, pt. 2


Report Volume 71, pt. 2

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1919 Excerpt: ...tissues (Compare with 3, p. 54 and also oak apples (10), p. 95. Sse also, b and c on p. 71 and d on p. 72. a Bullet galls, that is woody galls attached to the twigs and in small clusters or solitary (1) Polythalamous Subglobular, polythalamous, sessile twig gall, diameter 2 to 6 cm, on Q. i o b a t a. Fullaway 'u, p. 346 Cynipid. Andricus californicus Bass. Globose, polythalamous, sessile twig galls resembling round apples, surface brown, smooth, 2.5 to 5 cm, on Q. agrif olia. Bassett '81, p. 74 Cynipid. Callirhytis pomiformis Bass. Globose, irregular, yellowish brown to dark brown, mostly smooth and shining, probably twig gall, diameter I to 1.5 cm, on Quercus species. Bassett '90, P-83 Cynipid. Andricus maxwelli Bass. Globose, irregular, hard, pithy, brown gall, externally finely granulated and with a few short, blunt spines, interior hard, pithy, brown, polythalamous, diameter 8--10 mm. Ashm. '97, p. 117 Cynipid. Andricus murtfeldtae Ashm Irregular, rugose, yellowish brown, woody, polythalamous, apical twig gall, apparently with a long peduncle or this may be the apex of a leaf petiole, length 2 to 4 cm, diameter 1 t'o 2 cm, on Q. agrifolia, Q. chrysolepis Ashm. '97, p. 120 Cynipid. Andricus congregatus Ashm. Clustered, variable, presumably green, soft, succulent galls occurring in leaf axils and about as large as a chestnut or hazelnut. Beutm. '11, p. 354 Cynipid. Dryophanta pumiliventris Bass. Globose, clustered, polythalamous, buff-colored twig galls, diameter 3 to 5.5 cm, on Q. garryana. Gill. '94, p. 235 Cynipid. Andricus sp o n g i o i a Gill. Irregularly rounded, polythalamous, as it ages becoming brown, rugose, fissured, length 55 mm, diameter 3.5 mm, on live oak. Beutm. '13, p. 243 Cynipid. Andricus montezumus Beutm. (2) Small, monothalamous. wi...
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