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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.doi:10.4039/ent26257-9 fatcat:4lvkj42xcna7xkjfnj6yikri3i