LIFE HISTORY OF PAPILIO ZOLICAON

Alice. M. Jordan
1894 Canadian Entomologist  
Egg.—On September 2nd, 1893, it was found back of Napa College Laboratory, laid singly on the stem of the flower of wild anise. Nearly spherical, base slightly indented, smooth, bluish-white with grayish shade on one side. Diameter, 1.245 mm. It hatched September 5th, bursting the shell in halves; the shell was white.
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