NOTES ON THE LIFE HISTORY OF THE AMERICAN TIGER MOTH

Robert Bunker
1875 Canadian Entomologist  
Egg spherical, .04 inch in diameter, honey yelloW, shiny and smooth as polished glass; laid in straight rows. Larva, when first hatched,one eighth of an inch long, head small and black, body dark brown clothed with ten longitudinal rows of bunches of spreading hairs; dark brown on the sides, dark gray on the back. First moult somewhat increased in size, color unchanged. Second moult 3/8 inch long, dark sooty brown; hair dark brown on the sides, grayish brown above.
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