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WALSH and Riley Amer. Ent ii. pp. 45-50, in a general article on N. American galls and their archi


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WALSH and Riley (Amer. Ent ii. pp. 45-50), in a general article on N. American galls and their architects, describe the economy, and figure the larvae and galls of Walsh's Nematus salicis pomum (f. 30), Euura salicis ovum (f. 31) and E salicis gemma (f. 32).

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