Laboratory Teaching

W. P. Mason
1892 Science  
is, I believe, the one so common on the buttonm-ood, Platan?cs. I have a species taken from t h e paper mulberry Brozcssonetia a n d another species from Stophglea, both new t o me. I n the family ACAIL'THIIIFE a n d sub-family CI~IICINA .ive h a r e A c q~z t h i a lectularia Linn.. which is very a b u n d a n t ant1 well d~s t r t h u t e d all over o u r city. Tn t h e family CAP-STDABwe are quite well represented. P l a g i o g n a t h u s obs c u r u s Uhl. is very common. E13zscopus
more » ... n. E13zscopus orlzatzcs Reut is quite r a r e ; I h a v e only taken about a dozen specimens. G c~r g a n u s fzcsiformis Say is rather common, and Hyaliodes ?jitripennis Say is exceeding rare. Capsus a t e r Llnn. is also rare, but is conspicuous on acc o~~n t Orthops scutellatus Uh1. of its shining black color. is very rare indeed; I have only taken about half ,z dozen specimens. Comptobrochis y r a n d i s Uhl. is also very rare. Poecilocapsus g o n i p h o r u s Say. is very common; t h~s has been known a s P dislocatus S a y a n d P. nzelaxa~tthztsH. Schf. P. lineatzcs Fabr. is more cornmon than go)ziphorus, ant1 destroys a grcat variety of plants. Poeciloscytus basalis Rrut., formerly known a s P. sericeus Uhl., is also common.
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