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Image from page 468 of “The story of the Dominion; four hundred years in the annals of half a continent; a history of Canada from its early discovery and settlement to the present time; embracing its growth, progress and achievements in the pursuits of pe
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Title: The story of the Dominion; four hundred years in the annals of half a continent; a history of Canada from its early discovery and settlement to the present time; embracing its growth, progress and achievements in the pursuits of peace and war
Year: 1901 (1900s)
Authors: Hopkins, J. Castell (John Castell), 1864-1923
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Publisher: Philadelphia, J. C. Winston
Contributing Library: The Library of Congress
Digitizing Sponsor: The Library of Congress

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or facilitating itstrans-continental business. The Canada Central, the North ShoreLine, the New Brunswick Railway system, the Montreal and Ottawa,the Atlantic and North-West, the Credit Valley, the Toronto, Greyand Bruce, the St. Lawrence and Ottawa, the Sudbury and Sault SteMarie, the Manitoba and South-Western, the Calgary and Edmon-ton, the Minneapolis and St. Paul, and a score of others were amal-gamated or acquired in various ways until the total mileage hadbecome over 7,000. Larger and better grain elevators were built ;the sleepers on the entire line were made or owned by the Company * Editorial, June 30, 1886.

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SIR J. WILLIAM DAWSON, C.B., F.R.S. PRINCIPAL GEORGE M. GRANT, D.D., LL.D.

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Image from page 141 of “Report of the State Entomologist on the noxious and beneficial insects of the state of Illinois” (1876)
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Title: Report of the State Entomologist on the noxious and beneficial insects of the state of Illinois
Year: 1876 (1870s)
Authors: Illinois State Entomologist
Subjects: Beneficial insects Insect pests
Publisher: [Springfield, Ill.?] : State Entomologist
Contributing Library: Smithsonian Libraries
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rds nearly to the tip of the abdomen. Theova are comparatively very large, and lie in a single series of aboutsix. Those farthest forward, and thus nearest the genital opening,are always largest and farthest developed. The anterior two or threeshow distinctly the granular character of their contents, and differlittle from eggs which have been laid. Towards the hind end 132 of the body the eggs become gradually smaller, and their contentsare not granular. Only a few years ago Phytopti were generallybelieved to be the larvae of other mites, and the statements of thoseauthors who claimed to have seen the eggs in their bodies, werenot credited. But with the recent improvements in microscopes,there is no reason why any one may not convince himself that thebodies described by Dujardin are really eggs. Scores of specimensof the Phytoptus which produces galls on the leaves of our softmaple may be secured in June, in which the eggs with nuclei andnucleoli may be seen with perfect distinctness.

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Fig. 28—Phytoptus guadripes.Hhimer. Side view showing the eggs within the body.From a camera lucida sketch. H. Garman, del. Figure 28 is a faithful representation of one of these mites, takenfrom a camera lucida sketch. The walls of the ovary are so delicate

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