H. G. Dyar bluebook (1885 - 86)

ID: SIA Acc. 12-447

Creator: Dyar, Harrison G. (Harrison Gray), 1866-1929

Form/Genre: Fieldbook record

Date: 1885-1886

Citation: Harrison G. Dyar Note books, Department of Entomology, 1882 - 1925

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Abstract

The notebook documents the observations of Harrison G. Dyar, and appears to include rearing data. The inside cover lists years 1885 - 1886. Entries are entered (1 - 157), may be specimen numbers. Pages are numbered, 336 pages. Entries include varying levels of description, sometimes only identification. Longer entries cover descriptions of insect, with scientific name, sometimes collecting date / location, characteristics (appearance, colors, measurements, diet), vegetation, including through out the life cycle (larva, caterpillar, cocoon). There are references in entries to other entries (i.e. BB107). Includes loose insert notes augmenting entries. Includes sketches of insect anatomy. Locations listed include New York, New Hampshire (Jefferson Highland), Massachusetts. Entries include later notes, some dated, 1882 - 1890. In the end of the book is a list of specimen numbers (BB#) and list of contents (1- 157).

Date Range

1885-1886

Start Date

1885

End Date

1886

Access Information

At least 24 hours advance notice is recommended to consult this collection. Contact the Department of Entomology at 202-633-0990 to make an appointment.

Topic

Entomology

Place

  • New York
  • United States
  • Massachusetts
  • New Hampshire

Form/Genre

  • Fieldbook record
  • Field notes
  • Sketches

Accession #

SIA Acc. 12-447

Collection name

Harrison G. Dyar Note books, Department of Entomology, 1882 - 1925

Physical Description

1 field book

Physical Location

National Museum of Natural History (U.S.). Dept. of Entomology

Sublocation

Box 1 Folder 1

[[Front cover]] [[preprinted label partially torn]] [[H.?]] G. Dyar. Catalog[[ue of?]] described caterpillars Blue Book. Descriptions begun, September, 188[[2.?]] [[/label]]
[[preprinted]] Patent Erasible Surface Patented October 24th, 1865. Use a soft pencil, and erase with moisture [[line]] [[/preprinted]] [[end page]] [[start page]] Harrison G. Dyar 1885-86 [[preprinted label]] H. G. Dyar. Catalogue of described caterpillars Blue Book. Descriptions begun, September, 1882. [[/preprinted label]] Blue Book BB
[[blank page]] [[end page]] [[start page]] [[preprinted]] The Standard Diary [[vertically left margin]] Copyright, 1874, by Cambridgeport Diary Company. [[/left margin]] [[image - leaves on branches surrounding a circle with the 12 astrological names and symbols in the outer band, 1876 in the center]] Published For The Trade [[/preprinted]]
[[blank page]] [[end page]] [[start page]] [[preprinted]] [[image - leaves and red berries on branches surrounding ribbon with words: Calendar. 1876.]] [[first column, from top, red box or border around columns 1 - 8]] Janu'y. Febr'y. March. April. May. June. [[/first column]] [[second through eighth column, from top]] S M T W T F S .. .. .. .. .. .. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 .. [[/second through eighth columns]] [[9th column, from top, red box or border around columns 9 - 16]] July. August. Sep't. Oct'r. Nov'r. Dec'r. [[/9th column]] [[tenth through sixteenth columns]] S M T W T F S .. .. .. .. .. .. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 .. .. .. .. .. .. [[/tenth through sixteenth columns]] [[/preprinted]]
[[preprinted]] [[all text on page within a red line border or box]] [[red type]] RATES OF POSTAGE. [[/red type]] ___ POSTAL CARDS, costing 1 cent each, on which short communications may be written, can be purchased at any post office and sent to any part of the United States or Dominion of Canada. LETTERS TO ANY PART OF THE UNITED STATES or Dominion of Canada, 3 cents for each 1-2 ounce, or part thereof. DROP LETTERS, 2 cents for each 1-2 ounce, at all letter-carrier offices; at other offices 1 cent. VALUABLE LETTERS may be registered on application, at the office of mailing, and the payment of a registration fee of 8 cents on domestic letters. Fees on foreign letters variable. TRANSIENT NEWSPAPERS, Periodicals, Pamphlets, Books, Book Manuscripts, Proof Sheets, Blanks, Circulars, Engravings, Articles of Merchandise, Seeds, Cuttings, Roots, Bulbs, and other mailable matter, 1 cent for each 2 ounces or part thereof. Newspaper, Magazine and Music Manuscripts are subject to letter postage. NEWSPAPERS AND PERIODICALS, mailed from a known office of publication or news agency, and addressed to regular subscribers or news agents, issued weekly or oftener, two cents a pound and fraction thereof; less frequently, three cents a pound and fraction thereof. One copy of a newspaper to each actual subscriber residing within the County where the same is wholly or partly printed and published, FREE, except at letter-carrier offices. ALL PACKAGES of mail matter not charged with letter postage must be so arranged that the same can be CONVENIENTLY examined by Postmasters; if not, letter postage will be charged. NO PACKAGE will be forwarded by mail which weighs over 4 pounds. ALL POSTAL MATTER, for delivery within the United States and Dominion of Canada, must be PREPAID by stamps. LETTERS TO GREAT BRITAIN OR IRELAND, 6 cents for each 1-2 ounce. Prepayment optional, but subject to a fine of 6 cents in addition to postage, if wholly or partly unpaid. LETTERS TO FRANCE, 9 cents for each 1-2 ounce. Prepayment optional. LETTERS TO GERMANY, direct, 6 cents; by closed mail, via England, 7 cents for each 1-2 ounce. Prepayment optional. Double rates if unpaid. POSTAL CARDS may be sent to Germany and Switzerland by adding a 1-cent postage stamp. Letters to other foreign countries vary in rate according to the route by which they are sent; proper information can be obtained of postmasters. [[/preprinted]] [[end page]] [[start page]] [[preprinted]] [[all text on page within a red line border or box]] [[red type]] POSTAL MONEY ORDERS. [[/red type]] ___ MONEY ORDER POST OFFICES are established in most of the large cities and towns, at which orders can be obtained upon any other office, at the following rates of commission: - On orders not exceeding $10 ..... 5 cents. Over $10 " " [[Ditto for: not exceeding]] $20 ..... 10 " [[Ditto for: cents]] " [[Ditto for: Over]] $20 " " [[Ditto for: not exceeding]] $30 ..... 15 " [[Ditto for: cents]] " [[Ditto for: Over]] $30 " " [[Ditto for: not exceeding]] $40 ..... 20 " [[Ditto for: cents]] " [[Ditto for: Over]] $40 " " [[Ditto for: not exceeding]] $50 ..... 25 " [[Ditto for: cents]] No single order issued for more than fifty dollars. Parties desiring to remit a larger sum must obtain additional money orders. [[fleuron image]] [[red type]] FESTIVALS AND FASTS. [[/red type]] __ Epiphany, - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Jan. 6. Septuagesima Sunday, - - - - - - - - - Feb. 13. Quinquagesima (Shrove Sunday), - - - - Feb. 27. Ash Wednesday, - - - - - - - - - - - - Mar. 1. First Sunday in Lent, - - - - - - - - Mar. 5. Saint Patrick, - - - - - - - - - - - - Mar. 17. Palm Sunday, - - - - - - - - - - - - - April 9. Good Friday, - - - - - - - - - - - - - April 14. Easter Sunday, - - - - - - - - - - - - April 16. Low Sunday, - - - - - - - - - - - - - April 23. Rogation Sunday, - - - - - - - - - - - May 21. Ascension Day (Holy Thursday), - - - - May 25. Pentecost (Whit Sunday), - - - - - - - June 4. Trinity Sunday, - - - - - - - - - - - June 11. Corpus Christi, - - - - - - - - - - - June 15. First Sunday in Advent, - - - - - - - Dec. 3. Christmas Day, - - - - - - - - - - - - Dec. 25. [[fleuron image]] [[red type]] CHRONOLOGICAL CYCLES. [[/red type]] __ Dominical Letters, - - - - - - - - - - B.A. Epact, - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 4. Golden Number, - - - - - - - - - - - - 15. Solar Cycle, - - - - - - - - - - - - - 9. Roman Indiction, - - - - - - - - - - - 4. Julian Period, - - - - - - - - - - - - 6589. [[/preprinted]]
[[all text on page within a thin red border or box]] [[red font]] ECLIPSES IN 1876.[[/red font]] ___ IN the year 1876 there will be four eclipses; two of the Sun, and two of the Moon. I. A partial eclipse of the Moon, night of March 9-10. Visible to the world generally, except to Asia and Australia. Occurring as follows: [[following text is in 3 columns, first is text, second is time under New York, third is time under Boston]] New York. Boston. Moon Enters Penumbra, 9d. 11h. 1m. A. 9d. 11h. 13m. A. Moon Enters Shadow, 10d. 0h. 25m. M. 10d. 0h. 37m. M. Middle of Eclipse, 10d. 1h. 25m. M 10d. 1h. 37m. M. Moon Leaves Shadow, 10d. 2h. 25m. M. 10d. 2h. 37m. M. Moon Leaves Penumbra, 10d. 3h. 49m. M. 10d. 4h. 1m. M. [[/three columns]] Magnitude of Eclipse= 0.298. (Moon's diameter=1.) II. An Annular Eclipse of the Sun, March 25th. Visible to North America and Northern Pacific Ocean. To Vancouver Island, it will be nearly central and annular. To the following places, it will be visible, at the times given, as a partial eclipse only: [[following text is in 3 columns, first is text, second is time under Eclipse begins, third is time under Eclipse ends.]] Eclipse begins. Eclipse ends. Boston, 25d. 4h. 14m. A. 25d. 5h. 52m. A. New York, 25d. 4h. 0m. A. 25d. 5h. 38m. A. Chicago, 25d. 2h. 45m. A. 25d. 4h. 38m. A. Philadelphia, 25d. 3h. 57m. A. 25d. 5h. 31m. A. [[/three columns]] III. A partial eclipse of the Moon, Sept. 3; invisible. Visible to the world generally, except to North America and Pacific Ocean. IV. A total eclipse of the Sun, Sept. 18th; invisible. Visible to Australia and Southern Pacific Ocean [[fleuron]] [[red font]] THE SEASONS.[[/red font]] ___ Spring begins ...... March 20d. 1 h. 2m. a.m. Summer begins ...... June 20d. 9h. 23m. p.m. Autumn begins ...... Sept. 22d. 11h. 33m. a.m. Winter begins ...... Dec. 21d. 5h. 46m. a.m. Given in Washington time. [[fleuron]] [[red font]] MORNING AND EVENING STARS.[[/red font]]MERCURY will be [[italics]] evening star[[/italics]] about January 28, May 21, and Sept. 17; and [[italics]] morning star [[/italics]] about March 10, July 8, and October 28. - VENUS will be [[italics]] evening star [[/italics]] till July 14, and [[italics]] morning star [[/italics]] the rest of the year. - JUPITER will be [[italics]] morning star [[/italics]] till May 17, then [[italics]] evening star [[/italics]] till December 4, and [[italics]] morning star [[/italics]] again the rest of the year. JANUARY. First Quarter, 4th day, 10h. 40m. A.M. Full Moon, 11th day, 1h. 39m. A.M. Last Quarter, 18th day, 4h. 5m. A.M. New Moon, 26th day, 8h. 58m. A M. 1876. 1 | Satur. 2 | S 3 | Mon. 4 | Tues. 5 | Wed. 6 | Thur. 7 | Fri. 8 | Satur. 9 | S 10 | Mon. 11 | Tues. 12 | Wed. 13 | Thur. 14 | Fri. 15 | Satur. 16 | S 17 | Mon. 18 | Tues. 19 | Wed. 20 | Thur. 21 | Fri. 22 | Satur. 23 | S 24 | Mon. 25 | Tues. 26 | Wed. 27 | Thur. 28 | Fri. 29 | Satur. 30 | S 31 | Mon. BOSTON. Sun | Moon | High R. & S.| R. & S.| Water. r7 30 | 9 32 | 2 26 s4 39 | 10 39 | 3 5 r7 30 | 11 47 | 3 47 s4 41 | morn | 4 32 r7 30 | 0 58 | 5 24 s4 43 | 2 13 | 6 20 r7 30 | 3 33 | 7 26 s4 45 | 4 54 | 8 35 r7 29 | 6 11 | 9 43 s4 47 | 7 19 |10 48 r7 29 | rises |11 44 s4 49 | 6 35 | 0 11 r7 28 | 7 53 | 1 3 s4 51 | 9 7 | 1 50 r7 27 | 10 17 | 2 34 s4 54 | 11 24 | 3 15 r7 26 | morn | 3 57 s4 56 | 0 30 | 4 42 r7 25 | 1 35 | 5 32 s4 59 | 2 40 | 6 27 r7 24 | 3 44 | 7 23 s5 1 | 4 45 | 8 20 r7 23 | 5 41 | 9 16 s5 3 | 6 30 |10 8 r7 21 | sets |10 56 s5 6 | 5 10 |11 39 r7 20 | 6 18 |..... s5 8 | 7 25 | 0 39 r7 18 | 8 32 | 1 17 s5 11 | 9 40 | 1 55 r7 16 | 10 49 | 2 34 NEW YORK. Sun | Moon | High R. & S.| R. & S.| Water. r7 25 | 9 34 | 11 29 s4 44 | 10 40 | ..... r7 25 | 11 46 | 0 33 s4 46 | morn | 1 19 r7 25 | 0 56 | 2 10 s4 48 | 2 9 | 3 6 r7 25 | 3 28 | 4 11 s4 50 | 4 48 | 5 20 r7 24 | 6 4 | 6 29 s4 52 | 7 12 | 7 32 r7 24 | rises | 8 27 s4 54 | 6 39 | 9 25 r7 23 | 7 56 | 10 12 s4 56 | 9 9 | 10 54 r7 23 | 10 17 | 11 38 s4 58 | 11 23 | 0 0 r7 22 | morn | 0 44 s5 1 | 0 27 | 1 29 r7 21 | 1 31 | 2 18 s5 3 | 2 35 | 3 12 r7 20 | 3 38 | 4 8 s5 5 | 4 38 | 5 4 r7 18 | 5 34 | 6 1 s5 8 | 6 23 | 6 54 r7 17 | sets | 7 40 s5 10 | 5 15 | 8 21 r7 15 | 6 22 | 9 5 s5 12 | 7 27 | 9 45 r7 14 | 8 33 | 10 20 s5 15 | 9 40 | 10 56 r7 12 | 10 47 | 11 37
FEBRUARY. First Quarter, 2d day, 9h. 9m. P.M. Full Moon, 9th day, 1h. 3m. P.M. Last Quarter, 17th day, 0h. 12m. A.M. New Moon, 25th day, 1h. 36m. A.M. 1876. 1 | Tues. 2 | Wed. 3 | Thur. 4 | Frid. 5 | Satur. 6 | S 7 | Mon. 8 | Tues. 9 | Wed. 10 | Thur. 11 | Frid. 12 | Satur. 13 | S 14 | Mon. 15 | Tues. 16 | Wed. 17 | Thur. 18 | Frid. 19 | Satur. 20 | S 21 | Mon. 22 | Tues. 23 | Wed. 24 | Thur. 25 | Frid. 26 | Satur. 27 | S 28 | Mon. 29 | Tues. .. | ..... .. | ..... BOSTON. Sun | Moon | High R. & S.| R. & S.| Water. r7 15 | morn | 3 14 s5 15 | 0 1 | 3 59 r7 13 | 1 17 | 4 53 s5 18 | 2 35 | 5 59 r7 10 | 3 51 | 7 12 s5 20 | 5 1 | 8 26 r7 8 | 6 0 | 9 37 s5 23 | 6 46 |10 38 r7 6 | rises |11 30 s5 25 | 6 42 |..... r7 3 | 7 54 | 0 37 s5 28 | 9 4 | 1 18 r7 0 | 10 12 | 1 57 s5 31 | 11 19 | 2 36 r6 58 | morn | 3 16 s5 33 | 0 26 | 4 0 r6 55 | 1 32 | 4 50 s5 36 | 2 35 | 5 48 r6 52 | 3 34 | 6 49 s5 38 | 4 26 | 7 50 r6 49 | 5 10 | 8 49 s5 41 | 5 46 | 9 42 r6 46 | 6 16 |10 30 s5 43 | sets |11 13 r6 43 | 6 20 |11 51 s5 46 | 7 29 | 0 9 r6 40 | 8 39 | 0 46 s5 48 | 9 52 | 1 25 r6 37 | 11 8 | 2 5 .......|........|..... .......|........|..... NEW YORK. Sun | Moon | High R. & S.| R. & S.| Water. r7 11 | 11 58 | ..... s5 18 | morn | 0 46 r7 9 | 1 12 | 1 40 s5 21 | 2 29 | 2 45 r7 7 | 3 44 | 3 57 s5 23 | 4 53 | 5 10 r7 5 | 5 53 | 6 23 s5 26 | 6 40 | 7 23 r7 2 | rises | 8 12 s5 28 | 6 44 | 9 1 r7 0 | 7 55 | 9 44 s5 31 | 9 3 | 10 22 r6 58 | 10 10 | 10 59 s5 33 | 11 12 | 11 40 r6 55 | morn | 0 2 s5 36 | 0 21 | 0 47 r6 53 | 1 26 | 1 37 s5 38 | 2 28 | 2 33 r6 50 | 3 27 | 3 35 s5 40 | 4 19 | 4 35 r6 47 | 5 3 | 5 33 s5 43 | 5 40 | 6 28 r6 44 | 6 11 | 7 15 s5 45 | sets | 7 56 r6 41 | 6 22 | 8 34 s5 48 | 7 29 | 9 13 r6 38 | 8 38 | 9 52 s5 50 | 9 49 | 10 29 r6 35 | 11 4 | 11 9 .......|........|..... .......|........|..... MARCH. First Quarter, 3rd day, 5h. 4m. A.M. Full Moon, 10th day, 1h. 28m. A.M. Last Quarter, 17th day, 8h. 40m. P.M. New Moon, 25th day, 3h. 28m. P.M. 1876. 1 | Wed. 2 | Thur. 3 | Frid. 4 | Satur. 5 | S 6 | Mon. 7 | Tues. 8 | Wed. 9 | Thur. 10 | Frid. 11 | Satur. 12 | S 13 | Mon. 14 | Tues. 15 | Wed. 16 | Thur. 17 | Frid. 18 | Satur. 19 | S 20 | Mon. 21 | Tues. 22 | Wed. 23 | Thur. 24 | Frid. 25 | Satur. 26 | S 27 | Mon. 28 | Tues. 29 | Wed. 30 | Thur. 31 | Frid. BOSTON. Sun | Moon | High R. & S.| R. & S.| Water. r6 35 | morn | 2 50 s5 52 | 0 25 | 3 40 r6 32 | 1 41 | 4 40 s5 54 | 2 51 | 5 53 r6 28 | 3 52 | 7 9 s5 57 | 4 41 | 8 23 r6 25 | 5 18 | 9 26 s5 59 | 5 47 |10 21 r6 22 | rises |11 7 s6 1 | 6 44 |11 46 r6 18 | 7 52 | 0 5 s6 4 | 9 0 | 0 43 r6 15 | 10 9 | 1 21 s6 6 | 11 17 | 2 0 r6 12 | morn | 2 42 s6 8 | 0 22 | 3 27 r6 8 | 1 22 | 4 17 s6 10 | 2 17 | 5 15 r6 5 | 3 5 | 6 18 s6 13 | 3 45 | 7 19 r6 1 | 4 17 | 8 18 s6 15 | 4 43 | 9 10 r5 58 | 5 6 | 9 56 s6 17 | 5 26 |10 39 r5 54 | sets |11 18 s6 19 | 7 36 |11 57 r5 51 | 8 53 | 0 17 s6 22 | 10 11 | 0 59 r5 47 | 11 30 | 1 44 s6 24 | morn | 2 36 r5 44 | 0 44 | 3 33 NEW YORK. Sun | Moon | High R. & S.| R. & S.| Water. r6 34 | morn |11 59 s5 53 | 0 19 | 0 26 r6 31 | 1 34 | 1 27 s5 55 | 2 43 | 2 39 r6 28 | 3 45 | 3 54 s5 57 | 4 35 | 5 7 r6 24 | 5 13 | 6 12 s6 0 | 5 43 | 7 7 r6 21 | rises | 7 50 s6 2 | 6 44 | 8 29 r6 18 | 7 51 | 9 10 s6 4 | 8 47 | 9 48 r6 15 | 10 5 |10 25 s6 6 | 11 12 |11 3 r6 11 | morn |11 48 s6 8 | 0 16 | 0 12 r6 8 | 1 15 | 1 4 s6 11 | 2 9 | 2 2 r6 5 | 2 58 | 3 4 s6 13 | 3 39 | 4 4 r6 1 | 4 12 | 5 3 s6 15 | 4 39 | 5 55 r5 58 | 5 3 | 6 42 s6 17 | 5 25 | 7 24 r5 55 | sets | 8 0 s6 19 | 7 34 | 8 41 r5 51 | 8 49 | 9 24 s6 21 | 10 6 |10 6 r5 48 | 11 24 |10 52 s6 23 | morn |11 47 r5 45 | 0 37 | 0 19
[[start page]] APRIL. First Quarter, 1st day, 11h. 28m. A.M. Full Moon, 8th day, 2h. 55m. P.M. Last Quarter, 16th day, 3h. 53m. P.M. New Moon, 24th day, 2h. 19m. A.M. First Quarter, 30th day, 5h. 43m. P.M. [[table]] 1876. BOSTON. NEW YORK. Sun Moon High Sun Moon High R & S. R & S. Water. R & S. R & S. Water. 1 Satur. r5 42 1 48 4 39 r5 43 1 41 1 26 2 S s6 27 2 40 5 53 s6 26 2 34 2 39 3 Mon. r5 39 3 20 7 4 r5 40 3 15 3 49 4 Tues. s6 30 3 51 8 9 s6 28 3 47 4 53 5 Wed. r5 35 4 15 9 4 r5 36 4 12 5 49 6 Thur. s6 32 4 37 9 53 s6 30 4 36 6 39 7 Frid. r5 32 4 57 10 36 r5 33 4 57 7 21 8 Satur. s6 34 rises 11 15 s6 32 rises 7 57 9 S r5 28 7 50 11 52 r5 30 7 46 8 35 10 Mon. s6 36 8 59 0 10 s6 34 8 54 9 16 11 Tues. r5 25 10 6 0 49 r5 27 10 0 9 55 12 Wed. s6 38 11 9 1 30 s6 37 11 2 10 36 13 Thur. r5 22 morn 2 15 r5 24 11 59 11 20 14 Frid. s6 41 0 7 3 1 s6 39 morn ..... 15 Satur. r5 19 0 58 3 50 r5 21 0 51 0 37 16 S s6 43 1 41 4 45 s6 41 1 34 1 32 17 Mon. r5 15 2 16 5 43 r5 18 2 10 2 20 18 Tues. s6 45 2 43 6 41 s6 43 2 38 3 26 19 Wed. r5 12 3 7 7 36 r5 15 3 4 4 20 20 Thur. s6 47 3 29 8 27 s6 45 3 27 5 12 21 Frid. r5 9 3 50 9 16 r5 12 3 49 6 2 22 Satur. s6 50 4 10 10 1 s6 47 4 11 6 47 23 S r5 6 4 31 10 46 r5 9 4 33 7 30 24 Mon. s6 52 sets 11 30 s6 49 sets 8 12 25 Tues. r5 3 9 11 ..... r5 6 9 5 9 0 26 Wed. s6 54 10 29 0 39 s6 51 10 22 9 52 27 Thur. r5 0 11 39 1 33 r5 3 11 31 10 45 28 Frid. s6 56 morn 2 31 s6 53 morn 11 44 29 Satur. r4 58 0 37 3 31 r5 1 0 30 0 17 30 S s6 59 1 21 4 35 s6 55 1 15 1 22 .. ...... ..... ..... ..... ..... .... ..... [[/table]] [[end page]] [[start page]] MAY. Full Moon, 8th day, 5h. 9m. A.M. Last Quarter, 16th day, 8h. 43m. A.M. New Moon, 23rd day, 10h. 41m. A.M. First Quarter, 30th day, 1h. 5m. A.M. [[table]] 1876. BOSTON. NEW YORK. Sun Moon High Sun Moon High R & S. R & S. Water. R & S. R & S. Water. 1 Mon. r4 55 1 55 5 41 r4 58 1 50 2 27 2 Tues. s7 1 2 21 6 43 s6 57 2 18 3 29 3 Wed. r4 52 2 43 7 40 r4 56 2 41 4 25 4 Thur. s7 3 3 3 8 32 s6 59 3 3 5 16 5 Frid. r4 49 3 23 9 18 r4 53 3 24 6 4 6 Satur. s7 5 3 42 10 2 s7 2 3 44 6 48 7 S r4 47 4 4 10 44 r4 51 4 8 7 29 8 Mon. s7 7 rises 11 24 s7 4 rises 8 6 9 Tues. r4 45 8 58 ..... r4 49 8 52 8 48 10 Wed. s7 9 9 58 0 23 s7 6 9 51 9 31 11 Thur. r4 42 10 52 1 7 r4 46 10 45 10 15 12 Frid. s7 12 11 38 1 53 s7 8 11 31 10 58 13 Satur. r4 40 morn 2 39 r4 44 morn 11 46 14 S s7 14 0 15 3 25 s7 9 0 9 0 10 15 Mon. r4 38 0 44 4 14 r4 42 0 39 1 0 16 Tues. s7 16 1 9 5 5 s7 11 1 5 1 51 17 Wed. r4 36 1 31 5 57 r4 41 1 28 2 41 18 Thur. s7 18 1 51 6 49 s7 13 1 50 3 35 19 Frid. r4 34 2 10 7 41 r4 39 2 10 4 25 20 Satur. s7 20 2 31 8 33 s7 15 2 33 5 17 21 S r4 32 2 55 9 24 r4 37 2 58 6 9 22 Mon. s7 22 3 24 10 16 s7 17 3 28 7 2 23 Tues. r4 31 sets 11 9 r4 36 sets 7 53 24 Wed. s7 24 9 21 ..... s7 18 9 14 8 47 25 Thur. r4 29 10 26 0 30 r4 34 10 19 9 46 26 Frid. s7 25 11 16 1 29 s7 20 11 10 10 41 27 Satur. r4 28 11 54 2 27 r4 33 11 49 11 38 28 S s7 27 morn 3 23 s7 22 morn 0 8 29 Mon. r4 27 0 24 4 18 r4 32 0 21 1 5 30 Tues. s7 29 0 48 5 13 s7 23 0 46 1 59 31 Wed. r4 26 1 9 6 8 r4 31 1 8 2 54 [[/table]] [[end page]]
[[start page]] JUNE. Full Moon, 6th day, 7h. 53m. P.M. Last Quarter, 14th day, 10h. 30m. P.M. New Moon, 21st day, 5h. 33m. P.M. First Quarter, 28th day, 10h. 30m. A.M. [[table]] 1876. BOSTON. NEW YORK. Sun Moon High Sun Moon High R & S. R & S. Water. R & S. R & S. Water. 1 Thur. r4 25 1 29 7 1 r4 31 1 30 3 46 2 Frid. s7 31 1 48 7 52 s7 26 1 50 4 37 3 Satur. r4 25 2 9 8 41 r4 30 2 12 5 26 4 S s7 32 2 33 9 28 s7 27 2 37 6 14 5 Mon. r4 24 3 1 10 14 r4 29 3 7 7 0 6 Tues. s7 34 rises 11 0 s7 28 rises 7 43 7 Wed. r4 23 8 47 11 43 r4 29 8 40 8 25 8 Thur. s7 35 9 34 0 4 s7 29 9 27 9 12 9 Frid. r4 23 10 13 0 47 r4 28 10 7 9 56 10 Satur. s7 36 10 45 1 32 s7 30 10 40 10 37 11 S r4 22 11 12 2 16 r4 28 11 8 11 19 12 Mon. s7 37 11 35 2 57 s7 31 11 32 ..... 13 Tues. r4 22 11 55 3 40 r4 28 11 53 0 25 14 Wed. s7 38 morn 4 22 s7 32 morn 1 9 15 Thur. r4 22 0 14 5 10 r4 28 0 14 1 56 16 Frid. s7 38 0 32 6 1 s7 33 0 33 2 47 17 Satur. r4 22 0 53 6 55 r4 28 0 55 3 41 18 S s7 39 1 19 7 54 s7 34 1 23 4 38 19 Mon. r4 23 1 51 8 54 r4 28 1 56 5 39 20 Tues. s7 40 2 33 9 57 s7 34 2 39 6 43 21 Wed. r4 23 sets 10 58 r4 29 sets 7 42 22 Thur. s7 40 9 4 11 56 s7 35 8 57 8 40 23 Frid. r4 24 9 49 0 24 r4 29 9 44 9 39 24 Satur. s7 40 10 23 1 20 s7 35 10 19 10 30 25 S r4 24 10 50 2 12 r4 30 10 47 11 19 26 Mon. s7 40 11 13 3 1 s7 35 11 12 ..... 27 Tues. r4 25 11 33 3 47 r4 31 11 33 0 33 28 Wed. s7 40 11 53 4 35 s7 35 11 55 1 22 29 Thur. r4 26 morn 5 25 r4 31 morn 2 11 30 Frid. s7 40 0 13 6 18 s7 35 0 16 3 4 .. ...... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... [[/table]] [[end page]] [[start page]] JULY. Full Moon, 6th day, 10h. 54m. A.M. Last Quarter, 14th day, 9h. 12m. A.M. New Moon, 21st day, 0h. 9m. A.M. First Quarter, 27th day, 10h. 35m. P.M. [[table]] 1876. BOSTON. NEW YORK. Sun Moon High Sun Moon High R & S. R & S. Water. R & S. R & S. Water. 1 Satur. r4 27 0 35 7 12 r4 32 0 39 3 57 2 S s7 40 1 2 8 6 s7 34 1 7 4 50 3 Mon. r4 28 1 35 8 59 r4 33 1 41 5 44 4 Tues. s7 40 2 15 9 51 s7 34 2 22 6 37 5 Wed. r4 29 3 2 10 40 r4 35 3 9 7 25 6 Thur. s7 39 rises 11 26 s7 33 rises 8 8 7 Frid. r4 30 8 48 ..... r4 36 8 42 8 52 8 Satur. s7 38 9 16 0 28 s7 33 9 11 9 34 9 S r4 32 9 39 1 8 r4 38 9 36 10 13 10 Mon. s7 37 9 59 1 48 s7 32 9 57 10 50 11 Tues. r4 33 10 18 2 25 r4 39 10 17 11 26 12 Wed. s7 36 10 37 3 3 s7 31 10 38 ..... 13 Thur. r4 35 10 56 3 43 r4 40 10 58 0 29 14 Frid. s7 35 11 19 4 27 s7 30 11 22 1 14 15 Satur. r4 36 11 47 5 19 r4 41 11 52 2 6 16 S s7 34 morn 6 20 s7 29 morn 3 5 17 Mon. r4 38 0 23 7 26 r4 43 0 29 4 11 18 Tues. s7 32 1 9 8 38 s7 28 1 16 5 23 19 Wed. r4 40 2 10 9 47 r4 45 2 17 6 33 20 Thur. s7 31 sets 10 51 s7 26 sets 7 35 21 Frid. r4 42 8 19 11 48 r4 46 8 14 8 31 22 Satur. s7 29 8 48 0 13 s7 25 8 45 9 24 23 S r4 44 9 13 1 2 r4 48 9 11 10 10 24 Mon. s7 28 9 36 1 47 s7 23 9 36 10 51 25 Tues. r4 45 9 56 2 30 r4 50 9 57 11 34 26 Wed. s7 20 10 16 3 12 s7 21 10 18 ..... 27 Thur. r4 47 10 39 3 55 r4 52 10 43 0 42 28 Frid. s7 23 11 5 4 43 s7 19 11 10 1 30 29 Satur. r4 49 11 35 5 37 r4 54 11 41 2 23 30 S s7 21 morn 6 35 s7 17 morn 3 21 31 Mon. r4 51 0 12 7 36 r4 56 0 19 4 21 [[/table]] [[end page]]
AUGUST. [[black font]] Full Moon, 5th day, 1h. 54m. A.M. Last Quarter, 12th day, 5h. 15m. P.M. New Moon, 19th day, 7h. 42m. A.M. First Quarter, 26th day, 1h. 34m. P.M.[[black font]] [[red font]]1876.[[red font]] [[following text is in 3 columns, first is text, second is time under Boston, third is time under New York]] [[black font]] 1876. 1 | Tues. 2 | Wed. 3 | Thurs. 4 | Frid. 5 | Satur. 6 | S 7 | Mon. 8 | Tues. 9 | Wed. 10 | Thur. 11 | Fri. 12 | Satur. 13 | S 14 | Mon. 15 | Tues. 16 | Wed. 17 | Thur. 18 | Fri. 19 | Satur. 20 | S 21 | Mon. 22 | Tues. 23 | Wed. 24 | Thur. 25 | Fri. 26 | Satur. 27 | S 28 | Mon. 29 | Tues. 30 | Wed. 31 | Thur. BOSTON. Sun | Moon | High R. & S.| R. & S.| Water. r4 52 | 0 57 | 8 35 s7 18 | 1 51 | 9 28 r4 54 | 2 52 |10 19 s7 15 | rises |11 4 r4 57 | 7 45 |11 44 s7 13 | 8 6 | 0 3 r4 59 | 8 25 | 0 40 s7 10 | 8 43 | 1 16 r5 1 | 9 2 | 1 52 s7 8 | 9 24 | 2 30 r5 3 | 9 49 | 3 10 s7 5 | 10 20 | 3 55 r5 5 | 11 0 | 4 52 s6 2 | 11 52 | 6 0 r5 7 | morn | 7 16 s6 59 | 0 59 | 8 32 r5 9 | 2 18 | 9 40 s6 56 | 3 42 | 10 39 r5 11 | sets | 11 30 s6 53 | 7 36 |..... r5 14 | 7 57 | 0 35 s6 50 | 8 19 | 1 16 r5 16 | 8 41 | 1 56 s6 47 | 9 5 | 2 38 r5 18 | 9 34 | 3 20 s6 43 | 10 9 | 4 7 r5 20 | 10 52 | 5 2 s6 40 | 11 43 | 6 3 r5 22 | morn | 7 7 s6 37 | 0 41 | 8 7 r5 24 | 1 44 | 9 2 NEW YORK. Sun | Moon | High R. & S.| R. & S.| Water. r4 57 | 1 4 | 5 20 s7 14 | 1 58 | 6 14 r4 58 | 2 58 | 7 5 s7 12 | rises | 7 47 r5 0 | 7 41 | 8 26 s7 9 | 8 4 | 9 7 r5 2 | 8 24 | 9 44 s7 7 | 8 43 | 10 19 r5 4 | 9 3 | 10 54 s7 4 | 9 27 | 11 32 r5 6 | 9 53 | ..... s7 1 | 10 25 | 0 43 r5 8 | 11 7 | 1 39 s6 59 | 11 59 | 2 46 r5 10 | morn | 4 1 s6 56 | 1 6 | 5 17 r5 12 | 2 24 | 6 26 s6 53 | 3 47 | 7 24 r5 14 | sets | 8 13 s6 50 | 7 35 | 8 59 r5 16 | 7 57 | 9 42 s6 47 | 8 21 | 10 21 r5 18 | 8 44 | 10 59 s6 44 | 9 10 | 11 42 r5 20 | 9 40 | 0 5 s6 41 | 10 16 | 0 54 r5 22 | 10 59 | 1 48 s6 38 | 11 52 | 2 49 r5 24 | morn | 3 52 s6 35 | 0 48 | 4 51 r5 26 | 1 50 | 5 47 AUGUST. [[black font]] Full Moon, 3rd day, 4h. 29m. P.M. Last Quarter, 10th day, 11h. 37m. P.M. New Moon, 17th day, 5h. 10m. P.M. First Quarter, 25th day, 7h. 19m. A.M.[[black font]] [[red font]]1876.[[red font]] [[following text is in 3 columns, first is text, second is time under Boston, third is time under New York]] [[black font]] 1876. 1 | Frid. 2 | Satur. 3 | S 4 | Mon. 5 | Tues. 6 | Wed. 7 | Thur. 8 | Fri. 9 | Satur. 10 | S 11 | Mon. 12 | Tues. 13 | Wed. 14 | Thur. 15 | Fri. 16 | Satur. 17 | S 18 | Mon. 19 | Tues. 20 | Wed. 21 | Thur. 22 | Fri. 23 | Satur. 24 | S 25 | Mon. 26 | Tues. 27 | Wed. 28 | Thur. 29 | Fri. 30 | Satur. .. | ...... BOSTON. Sun | Moon | High R. & S.| R. & S.| Water. r5 25 | 2 49 | 9 52 s6 32 | 3 56 | 10 35 r5 27 | rises | 11 15 s6 28 | 6 50 | 11 50 r5 29 | 7 9 | 0 7 s6 25 | 7 29 | 0 43 r5 32 | 7 52 | 1 21 s6 22 | 8 21 | 2 2 r5 34 | 8 58 | 2 48 s6 18 | 9 46 | 3 39 r5 36 |10 46 | 4 42 s6 14 |11 58 | 5 55 r5 38 | morn | 7 12 s6 11 | 1 17 | 8 24 r5 40 | 2 39 | 9 26 s6 7 | 3 58 | 10 18 r5 42 | sets | 11 5 s6 4 | 6 21 | 11 44 r5 44 | 6 42 | 0 3 s6 0 | 7 5 | 0 43 r5 46 | 7 33 | 1 24 s6 57 | 8 7 | 2 6 r5 49 | 8 47 | 2 51 s5 53 | 9 34 | 3 39 r5 51 | 10 29 | 4 34 s5 50 | 11 30 | 5 33 r5 53 | morn | 6 35 s5 46 | 0 35 | 7 33 r5 55 | 1 41 | 8 26 s5 43 | 2 47 | 9 14 .......| ..... | ..... NEW YORK. Sun | Moon | High R. & S.| R. & S.| Water. r5 27 | 2 54 | 6 38 s6 30 | 3 4 | 7 20 r5 29 | rises | 7 57 s6 27 | 6 50 | 8 33 r5 31 | 7 10 | 9 11 s6 24 | 7 31 | 9 48 r5 33 | 7 56 | 10 26 s6 20 | 8 26 | 11 7 r5 35 | 9 4 | 11 57 s6 17 | 9 53 | 0 26 r5 37 | 10 54 | 1 29 s6 14 | morn | 2 41 r5 39 | 0 5 | 3 57 s6 10 | 1 23 | 5 9 r5 41 | 2 43 | 6 11 s6 7 | 4 1 | 7 4 r5 43 | sets | 7 47 s6 4 | 6 22 | 8 27 r5 45 | 6 45 | 9 9 s6 0 | 7 9 | 9 50 r5 47 | 7 38 | 10 29 s5 57 | 8 13 | 11 11 r5 49 | 8 54 | 11 59 s5 54 | 9 42 | 0 25 r5 51 | 10 36 | 1 21 s5 50 | 11 36 | 2 19 r5 53 | morn | 3 21 s5 47 | 0 40 | 4 18 r5 55 | 1 45 | 5 10 s5 43 | 2 50 | 6 0 ..... | ..... | .....
[[start page]] OCTOBER. Full Moon, 3rd day, 6h. 12m. A.M. Last Quarter, 10th day, 5h. 36m. A.M. New Moon, 17th day, 5h. 13m. A.M. First Quarter, 25th day, 3h. 10m. A.M. [[table]] 1876. BOSTON. NEW YORK. Sun Moon High Sun Moon High R & S. R & S. Water. R & S. R & S. Water. 1 S. r5 57 3 53 9 58 r5 57 3 55 6 44 2 Mon. s5 39 4 59 10 39 s5 40 4 59 7 24 3 Tues. r6 0 rises 11 18 r5 59 rises 8 0 4 Wed. s5 36 5 56 11 55 s5 37 5 59 8 39 5 Thur. r6 2 6 24 0 15 r6 1 6 29 9 22 6 Frid. s5 33 6 59 0 57 s5 33 7 5 10 6 7 Satur. r6 4 7 44 1 45 r6 3 7 51 10 54 8 S. s5 29 8 40 2 37 s5 30 8 48 11 50 9 Mon. r6 6 9 48 3 35 r6 5 9 55 0 21 10 Tues. s5 26 11 4 4 41 s5 24 0 27 3 47 11 Wed. r6 9 morn 5 53 r6 7 morn 2 38 12 Thur. s5 23 0 22 7 1 s5 24 0 27 3 47 13 Frid. r6 11 1 40 8 5 r6 9 1 43 4 50 14 Satur. s5 19 2 55 9 0 s5 21 2 57 5 45 15 S r6 14 4 8 9 47 r6 11 4 8 6 34 16 Mon. s5 16 5 19 10 32 s5 18 5 18 7 17 17 Tues. r6 16 sets 11 14 r6 14 sets 7 56 18 Wed. s5 13 5 33 11 53 s5 15 5 38 8 36 19 Thur. r6 18 6 3 0 13 r6 16 6 9 9 21 20 Frid. s5 10 6 40 0 56 s5 12 6 47 10 3 21 Satur. r6 20 7 25 1 40 r6 18 7 32 10 47 22 S s5 7 8 18 2 28 s5 9 8 25 11 35 23 Mon. r6 23 9 18 3 15 r6 20 9 25 0 0 24 Tues. s5 4 10 21 4 5 s5 6 10 27 0 52 25 Wed. r6 25 11 25 5 0 r6 23 11 30 1 46 26 Thur. s5 1 morn 5 55 s5 4 morn 2 41 27 Frid. r6 28 0 30 6 50 r6 25 0 33 3 35 28 Satur. s4 58 1 35 7 40 s5 1 1 37 4 25 29 S r6 30 2 41 8 29 r6 27 2 42 5 13 30 Mon. s4 56 3 48 9 15 s4 59 3 47 6 1 31 Tues. r6 33 4 58 10 0 r6 30 4 56 6 46 [[/table]] [[end page]] [[start page]] NOVEMBER. Full Moon, 1st day, 6h. 47m. P.M. Last Quarter, 8th day, 0h. 33m. P.M. New Moon, 15th day, 8h. 4m. P.M. First Quarter, 23rd day, 11h. 42m. P.M. [[table]] 1876. BOSTON. NEW YORK. Sun Moon High Sun Moon High R & S. R & S. Water. R & S. R & S. Water. 1 Wed. r6 34 6 11 10 46 r6 31 6 8 7 30 2 Thur. s4 52 rises 11 30 s4 55 rises 8 12 3 Frid. r6 36 5 38 ..... r6 33 5 45 9 4 4 Satur. s4 49 6 31 0 43 s4 53 6 38 9 55 5 S r6 39 7 39 1 37 r6 36 7 46 10 49 6 Mon. s4 47 8 55 2 35 s4 50 9 1 11 48 7 Tues. r6 41 10 13 3 33 r6 38 10 18 0 19 8 Wed. s4 45 11 30 4 35 s4 48 11 34 1 21 9 Thur. r6 44 morn 5 37 r6 41 morn 2 23 10 Frid. s4 43 0 44 6 37 s4 46 0 46 3 22 11 Satur. r6 46 1 56 7 34 r6 43 1 57 4 18 12 S s4 41 3 6 8 26 s4 44 3 5 5 10 13 Mon. r6 49 4 16 9 15 r6 45 4 14 6 1 14 Tues. s4 39 5 26 10 1 s4 43 5 22 6 47 15 Wed. r6 52 6 35 10 45 r6 47 6 30 7 30 16 Thur. s4 37 sets 11 29 s4 41 sets 8 11 17 Frid. r6 54 5 19 ..... r6 50 5 26 8 57 18 Satur. s4 35 6 9 0 34 s4 40 6 16 9 43 19 S r6 56 7 6 1 19 r6 52 7 13 10 27 20 Mon. s4 34 8 8 2 5 s4 38 8 14 11 10 21. Tues. r6 59 9 13 2 50 r6 55 9 18 11 57 22 Wed. s4 33 10 17 3 35 s4 37 10 21 0 21 23. Thur. r7 1 11 21 4 20 r6 57 11 24 1 7 24 Frid. s4 32 morn 5 8 s4 36 morn 1 54 25 Satur. r7 4 0 24 5 57 r6 59 0 25 2 43 26 S s4 31 1 29 6 49 s4 36 1 29 3 34 27 Mon. r7 6 2 36 7 39 r7 1 2 35 4 24 28 Tues. s4 30 3 46 8 31 s4 35 3 43 5 15 29 Wed. r7 8 5 1 9 23 r7 3 4 57 6 9 30 Thur. s4 29 6 20 10 18 s4 34 6 14 7 4 .. ...... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... [[end page]]
[[start 1st half of page]] DECEMBER. [[red font in banner across page]] Full moon, 1st day, 6h. 20m. A. M. Last Quarter, 7th day, 9h. 39m. P. M. New Moon, 15th day, 1h. 30m. P. M. First Quarter,23rd day, 6h. 57m. P. M. Full Moon, 30th day, 5h. 15m. P. M. [[red line across page and separating 7 columns: date number and day; Sun rise and set, moon rise and set and high water. The latter is repeated for two cities, Boston and New York.]] [Begin Left Red Column] 1876. [Begin and End Red Line] 1|Frid. 2|Satur. 3| S 4|Mon. 5|Tues. 6|Wed. 7|Thurs. 8|Frid. 9|Satur. 10| S 11|Mon. 12|Tues. 13|Weds. 14|Thurs. 15|Frid. 16|Satur. 17| S 18|Mon. 19|Tues. 20|Wed. 21|Thurs. 22|Frid. 23|Satur. 17| S 18|Mon. 19|Tues. 20|Wed. 21|Thurs. 22|Frid. 23|Satur. 24| S 25|Mon. 26|Tues. 27|Wed. 28|Thurs. 29|Frid. 30|Satur. 31| S [End Left Red Column] [Begin Middle Red Box Column] BOSTON [Begin Black Horizontal Line] Sun | Moon | High R.& S.| R.& S.| Water. r7 10 | rises | 11 13 s4 28 | 5 21 | ..... r7 12 | 6 37 | 0 35 s4 28 | 7 58 | 1 33 r7 14 | 9 18 | 2 28 s4 28 | 10 35 | 3 21 r7 16 | 11 48 | 4 13 s4 28 | morn | 5 7 r7 18 | 0 58 | 6 2 s4 28 | 2 7 | 6 56 r7 20 | 3 16 | 7 49 s4 28 | 4 25 | 8 41 r7 21 | 5 33 | 9 32 s4 29 | 6 39 | 10 22 r7 23 | sets | 11 10 s4 29 | 4 57 | 11 54 r7 24 | 5 59 | 0 16 s4 29 | 7 3 | 0 59 r7 25 | 8 7 | 1 41 s4 31 | 9 10 | 2 21 r7 26 | 10 12 | 3 0 s4 32 | 11 15 | 3 39 r7 27 | morn | 4 21 s4 33 | 0 18 | 5 6 r7 28 | 1 25 | 5 57 s4 34 | 2 36 | 6 52 r7 29 | 3 51 | 7 54 s4 35 | 5 9 | 8 56 r7 29 | 6 27 | 10 0 s4 37 | rises | 11 2 r7 30 | 5 29 | 11 59 [End Middle Red Box Column] [Begin Right Red Box Column] NEW YORK [End Black Horizontal Line] Sun | Moon | High R.& S.| R.& S.|Water. r7 5 | rises | 7 55 s4 33 | 5 28 | 8 52 r7 7 | 6 43 | 9 50 s4 33 | 8 3 | 10 44 r7 9 | 9 22 | 11 38 s4 33 | 10 37 | 0 36 r7 11 | 11 49 | 1 0 s4 33 | morn | 1 54 r7 13 | 0 58 | 2 48 s4 33 | 2 5 | 3 41 r7 15 | 3 13 | 4 33 s4 33 | 4 20 | 5 26 r7 16 | 5 27 | 6 18 s4 34 | 6 32 | 7 8 r7 18 | sets | 7 52 s4 34 | 5 4 | 8 38 r7 19 | 6 5 | 9 24 s4 35 | 7 8 | 10 6 r7 20 | 8 11 | 10 44 s4 36 | 9 13 | 11 23 r7 21 | 10 14 | ..... s4 37 | 11 15 | 0 25 r7 22 | morn | 1 8 s4 38 | 0 17 | 1 52 r7 23 | 1 23 | 2 43 s4 39 | 2 32 | 3 37 r7 23 | 3 46 | 4 39 s4 41 | 5 3 | 5 41 r7 24 | 6 20 | 6 46 s4 42 | rises | 7 45 r7 24 | 5 35 | 8 43 [End Right Red Box Column] CHICAGO ALMANAC, 1876. [Begin Left Red Box Column] January. First Q'ter, 4d.9h.34m.a.m. Full Moon, 11d.0h.33m.a.m. Last Q'ter, 18d.2h.59m.a.m. New Moon, 26d.7h.52m.a.m. [Begin Black Horizontal Line] D.|D. of| Sun |Sun |Moon M.| W. | Rises |Sets. |R.&S. 1|Sa. | 7 29 | 4 38 | 9 34 2|S | 7 52 | 4 39 | 10 41 3|M. | 7 26 | 4 40 | 11 49 4|Tu. | 7 29 | 4 41 | morn 5|W. | 7 29 | 4 42 | 0 59 6|Th. | 7 29 | 4 43 | 2 14 7|Fr. | 7 29 | 4 44 | 3 34 8|Sa. | 7 28 | 4 45 | 4 55 9|S | 7 28 | 4 46 | 6 11 10|M | 7 28 | 4 47 | 7 19 11|Tu. | 7 28 | 4 48 | rises 12|W. | 7 27 | 4 49 | 6 38 13|Th. | 7 27 | 4 51 | 7 56 14|Fr. | 7 26 | 4 52 | 9 9 15|Sa. | 7 26 | 4 53 | 10 19 16|S | 7 26 | 4 54 | 11 26 17|M. | 7 25 | 4 55 | morn 18|Tu. | 7 25 | 4 57 | 0 31 19|W. | 7 24 | 4 58 | 1 36 20|Th. | 7 24 | 4 59 | 2 41 21|Fr. | 7 23 | 5 0 | 3 45 22|Sa. | 7 22 | 5 1 | 4 45 23|S | 7 22 | 5 3 | 5 41 24|M. | 7 21 | 5 4 | 6 30 25|Tu. | 7 20 | 5 5 | sets 26|W. | 7 19 | 5 6 | 5 13 27|Th. | 7 18 | 5 7 | 6 21 28|Fr. | 7 18 | 5 9 | 7 28 29|Sa. | 7 17 | 5 10 | 8 34 30|S | 7 16 | 5 11 | 9 42 31|M. | 7 15 | 5 12 | 10 51 [End Left Red Box Column] [Begin Right Red Box Column] February. First Q'ter, 2d. 8h. 3m.p.m. Full Moon, 9d.11h.57m.a.m. Last Q'ter, 16d.11h. 6m.p.m. New Moon, 25d. 0h.30m.a.m. [End Black Horizontal Line] D.|D. of| Sun |Sun |Moon M.| W. | Rises |Sets. |R.&S. 1|Tu. | 7 14 | 5 14 | morn 2|W. | 7 13 | 5 15 | 0 2 3|Th. | 7 12 | 5 17 | 1 18 4|Fr. | 7 11 | 5 18 | 2 36 5|Sa. | 7 10 | 5 19 | 3 51 6|S | 7 9 | 5 20 | 5 1 7|M. | 7 7 | 5 22 | 6 0 8|Tu. | 7 6 | 5 23 | 6 47 9|W. | 7 5 | 5 24 | rises 10|Th. | 7 4 | 5 25 | 6 45 11|Fr. | 7 2 | 5 27 | 7 56 12|Sa. | 7 1 | 5 28 | 9 6 13|S | 6 59 | 5 30 | 10 14 14|M. | 6 58 | 5 31 | 11 20 15|Tu. | 6 57 | 5 32 | morn 16|W. | 6 55 | 5 33 | 0 27 17|Th. | 6 54 | 5 35 | 1 33 18|Fr. | 6 52 | 5 36 | 2 35 19|Sa. | 6 51 | 5 37 | 3 34 20|S | 6 50 | 5 38 | 4 26 21|M. | 6 48 | 5 39 | 5 10 22|Tu. | 6 47 | 5 41 | 5 47 23|W. | 6 45 | 5 42 | 6 17 24|Th. | 6 44 | 5 43 | sets 25|Fr. | 6 42 | 5 44 | 6 22 26|Sa. | 6 41 | 5 46 | 7 31 27|S | 6 39 | 5 47 | 8 41 28|M. | 6 37 | 5 48 | 9 53 29|Tu. | 6 36 | 5 50 | 11 9 ..|.. | .... | .... | ..... ..|. . | .... | .... | ..... [End Right Red Box Column]
[Begin Top Red Box] CHICAGO ALMANAC, 1876. [End Top Red Box] [Begin Left Red Box] MARCH. First Q'ter, 3d. 3h.58m.a.m. Full Moon, 10d. 0h.22m.a.m. Last Q'ter, 17d. 7h.34m.p.m. New Moon, 25d. 2h.22m.p.m. [Begin Horizontal Black Line] D.|D. of| Sun | Sun | Moon M.| W. | Rises | Sets. | R.& S. 1|W. | 6 34 | 5 51 | morn 2|Th. | 6 32 | 5 52 | 0 26 3|Fr. | 6 32 | 5 53 | 1 41 4|Sa. | 6 29 | 5 55 | 2 51 5|S | 6 28 | 5 56 | 3 52 6|M. | 6 26 | 5 57 | 4 42 7|Tu. | 6 24 | 5 58 | 5 19 8|W. | 6 23 | 5 59 | 5 48 9|Th. | 6 21 | 6 o | rises 10|Fr. | 6 20 | 6 1 | 6 46 11|Sa. | 6 18 | 6 2 | 7 54 12|S | 6 16 | 6 3 | 9 1 13|M. | 6 14 | 6 4 | 10 10 14|Tu. | 6 13 | 6 6 | 11 18 15|W. | 6 11 | 6 7 | morn 16|Th. | 6 9 | 6 8 | 0 23 17|Fr. | 6 7 | 6 9 | 1 22 18|Sa. | 6 5 | 6 10 | 2 17 19|S | 6 4 | 6 12 | 3 5 20|M. | 6 2 | 6 13 | 3 46 21|Tu. | 6 0 | 6 14 | 4 18 22|W. | 5 58 | 6 15 | 4 44 23|Th. | 5 57 | 6 16 | 5 7 24|Fr. | 5 55 | 6 17 | 5 28 25|Sa. | 5 54 | 6 18 | sets 26|S | 5 52 | 6 19 | 7 37 27|M. | 5 50 | 6 20 | 8 54 28|Tu. | 5 49 | 6 21 | 10 12 29|W. | 5 47 | 6 23 | 11 31 30|Th. | 5 46 | 6 24 | morn 31|Fr. | 5 44 | 6 25 | 0 44 [End Left Red Box] [Begin Right Red Box] APRIL. First Q'ter, 1d.10h.22m.a.m. Full Moon, 8d. 1h.49m.p.m. Last Q'ter, 16d.2h.47m.p.m. New Moon, 24d. 1h.13m.a.m. First Q'ter, 30d. 4h.37m.p.m. [End Black Horizontal Line] D.|D. of| Sun | Sun | Moon M.| W. | Rises | Sets. | R.& S. 1|Sa. | 5 42 | 6 26 | 1 48 2|S | 5 40 | 6 27 | 2 41 3|M. | 5 39 | 6 28 | 3 21 4|Tu. | 5 37 | 6 29 | 3 52 5|W. | 5 35 | 6 30 | 4 16 6|Th. | 5 33 | 6 31 | 4 39 7|Fr. | 5 32 | 6 32 | 4 59 8|Sa. | 5 30 | 6 34 | rises 9|S | 5 29 | 6 35 | 7 51 10|M. | 5 27 | 6 36 | 9 0 11|Tu. | 5 25 | 6 37 | 10 7 12|W. | 5 24 | 6 38 | 11 9 13|Th. | 5 22 | 6 39 | morn 14|Fr. | 5 21 | 6 40 | 0 7 15|Sa. | 5 19 | 6 41 | 0 59 16|S | 5 17 | 6 42 | 1 42 17|M. | 5 16 | 6 43 | 2 17 18|Tu. | 5 14 | 6 45 | 2 44 19|W. | 5 13 | 6 46 | 3 8 20|Th. | 5 11 | 6 47 | 3 31 21|Fr. | 5 9 | 6 48 | 3 52 22|Sa. | 5 8 | 6 49 | 4 12 23|S | 5 6 | 6 50 | 4 34 24|M. | 5 5 | 6 51 | sets 25|Tu. | 5 3 | 6 52 | 9 12 26|W. | 5 2 | 6 53 | 10 29 27|Th. | 5 1 | 6 54 | 11 39 28|Fr. | 4 59 | 6 55 | morn 29|Sa. | 4 58 | 6 56 | 0 37 30|S | 4 57 | 6 57 | 1 22 ..| .. .| .... | .... | ..... [End Right Red Box] [Begin Top Red Box] CHICAGO ALMANAC, 1876. [End Top Red Box] [Begin Left Red Box] MAY. Full Moon, 8d. 4h. 3m.a.m Last Q'ter, 16d. 7h.37m.a.m New Moon, 23d. 9h.35.a.m. First Q'ter, 29d.11h.59m.p.m [Begin Horizontal Black Line] D.|D. of| Sun | Sun | Moon M.| W. | Rises | Sets. | R.& S. 1|M. | 4 56 | 6 58 | 1 56 2|Tu. | 4 54 | 6 59 | 2 22 3|W. | 4 53 | 7 1 | 2 45 4|Th. | 4 51 | 7 2 | 3 5 5|Fr. | 4 50 | 7 3 | 3 25 6|Sa. | 4 49 | 7 4 | 3 45 7|S | 4 48 | 7 5 | 4 7 8|M. | 4 46 | 7 6 | rises 9|Tu. | 4 45 | 7 7 | 8 59 10|W. | 4 44 | 7 8 | 9 58 11|Th. | 4 43 | 7 9 | 10 52 12|Fr. | 4 42 | 7 10 | 11 38 13|Sa. | 4 41 | 7 11 | morn 14|S | 4 40 | 7 12 | 0 16 15|M. | 4 39 | 7 13 | 0 45 16|Tu. | 4 38 | 7 14 | 1 10 17|W. | 4 37 | 7 15 | 1 32 18|Th. | 4 37 | 7 16 | 1 53 19|Fr. | 4 36 | 7 17 | 2 12 20|Sa. | 4 35 | 7 18 | 2 33 21|S | 4 34 | 7 19 | 2 58 22|M. | 4 33 | 7 20 | 3 27 23|Tu. | 4 33 | 7 20 | sets 24|W. | 4 32 | 7 21 | 9 21 25|Th. | 4 31 | 7 22 | 10 26 26|Fr. | 4 30 | 7 23 | 11 17 27|Sa. | 4 30 | 7 24 | 11 55 28|S | 4 29 | 7 25 | morn 29|M. | 4 29 | 7 26 | 0 25 30|Tu. | 4 28 | 7 27 | 0 50 31|W. | 4 28 | 7 28 | 1 11 [End Left Red Box] [Begin Right Red Box] JUNE. Full Moon, 6d. 6h.47m.p.m. Last Q'ter, 14d. 9h.24m.p.m. New Moon, 21d. 4h.25m.p.m. First Q'ter, 28d. 9h.24m.a.m [End Horizontal Black Line] D.|D. of| Sun | Sun | Moon M.| W. | Rises | Sets. | R.& S. 1|Th. | 4 27 | 7 28 | 1 31 2|Fr. | 4 27 | 7 29 | 1 50 3|Sa. | 4 26 | 7 29 | 2 12 4|S | 4 26 | 7 30 | 2 36 5|M. | 4 26 | 7 31 | 3 4 6|Tu. | 4 26 | 7 31 | rises 7|W. | 4 25 | 7 32 | 8 47 8|Th. | 4 25 | 7 32 | 9 34 9|Fr. | 4 25 | 7 33 | 10 14 10|Sa. | 4 25 | 7 34 | 10 46 11|S | 4 25 | 7 34 | 11 13 12|M. | 4 24 | 7 35 | 11 36 13|Tu. | 4 24 | 7 35 | 11 57 14|W. | 4 24 | 7 36 | morn 15|Th. | 4 24 | 7 36 | 0 16 16|Fr. | 4 24 | 7 36 | 0 34 17|Sa. | 4 25 | 7 37 | 0 56 18|S | 4 25 | 7 37 | 1 22 19|M. | 4 25 | 7 37 | 1 54 20|Tu. | 4 25 | 7 37 | 2 36 21|W. | 4 25 | 7 37 | sets 22|Th. | 4 26 | 7 38 | 9 5 23|Fr. | 4 26 | 7 38 | 9 5 24|Sa. | 4 26 | 7 38 | 10 24 25|S | 4 26 | 7 38 | 10 51 26|M. | 4 27 | 7 38 | 11 15 27|Tu. | 4 27 | 7 38 | 11 35 28|W. | 4 28 | 7 38 | 11 55 29|Th. | 4 28 | 7 38 | morn 30|Fr. | 4 28 | 7 38 | 0 16 ..|.. . | .... | .... | ..... [End Right Red Box]
[[Heading]] CHICAGO ALMANAC, 1876. [[/heading]] [[Column one]] JULY. Full Moon, 6d. 9h.48m.a.m. Last Q'ter, 14d. 8h. 6m.a.m. New Moon, 20d.11h. 3m.p.m. First Q'ter 27d. 9h.29m.p.m. [[Sub-columns one - five]] D. D.of Sun Sun Moon M. W. Rises Sets. R.& S. 1 Sa. 4 29 7 38 0 38 2 S 4 29 7 38 1 5 3 M. 4 30 7 38 1 38 4 Tu. 4 30 7 38 2 19 5 W. 4 31 7 38 3 6 6 Th. 4 32 7 37 rises 7 Fr. 4 32 7 37 8 49 8 Sa. 4 33 7 36 9 17 9 S 4 34 7 36 9 40 10 M 4 35 7 35 10 1 11 Tu. 4 36 7 35 10 20 12 W. 4 36 7 34 10 39 13 Th. 4 37 7 34 10 58 14 Fr. 4 38 7 33 11 22 15 Sa. 4 39 7 32 11 50 16 S 4 40 7 32 morn 17 M. 4 40 7 31 0 26 18 Tu. 4 41 7 31 1 13 19 W. 4 42 7 30 2 14 20 Th. 4 43 7 29 sets 21 Fr. 4 44 7 28 8 19 22 Sa. 4 44 7 28 8 49 23 S 4 45 7 27 9 15 24 M. 4 46 7 26 9 38 25 Tu. 4 47 7 25 9 58 26 W. 4 48 7 24 10 19 27 Th. 4 49 7 23 10 42 28 Fr. 4 50 7 22 11 8 29 Sa. 4 51 7 21 11 38 30 S 4 52 7 20 morn 31 M. 4 53 7 19 0 16 [[/Sub-columns one-five]] [[/Column One]] [[Column Two]] August. Full Moon, 5d. 0h.48m.a.m. Last Q'ter, 12d. 4h. 9m.p.m. New Moon, 19d. 6h.36m.a.m. First Q'ter,26d. 0h.28m.p.m. [[Sub-Columns One - five]] D. D. of Sun Sun Moon M. W. Rises Sets. R.& S. 1 Tu. 4 54 7 18 1 1 2 W. 4 55 7 17 1 55 3 Th. 4 56 7 16 2 55 4 Fr. 4 57 7 15 rises 5 Sa. 4 58 7 14 7 46 6 S 4 59 7 12 8 7 7 M. 5 0 7 11 8 27 8 Tu. 5 1 7 10 8 45 9 W. 5 2 7 9 9 4 10 Th. 5 3 7 7 9 27 11 Fr. 5 4 7 6 9 52 12 Sa. 5 5 7 4 10 23 13 S 5 6 7 3 11 3 14 M. 5 7 7 1 11 56 15 Tu. 5 8 7 0 morn 16 W. 5 9 6 58 1 3 17 Th. 5 10 6 57 2 21 18 Fr. 5 11 6 55 3 45 19 Sa. 5 12 6 54 sets 20 S 5 13 6 52 7 38 21 M. 5 15 6 51 7 59 22 Tu. 5 16 6 49 8 21 23 W. 5 17 6 48 8 44 24 Th. 5 18 6 46 9 8 25 Fr. 5 19 6 45 9 37 26 Sa 5 20 6 43 10 12 27 S 5 21 6 42 10 56 28 M. 5 22 6 40 11 47 29 Tu. 5 23 6 38 morn 30 W. 5 24 6 37 0 45 31 Th. 5 25 6 35 1 47 [[/Sub-columns one-five]] [[/Column Two]] [[/Page]] [[Start Page]] [[Heading]]CHICAGO ALMANAC, 1876.[[/Heading]] [[Column One]] SEPTEMBER. Full Moon, 3d. 3h.23m.p.m. Last Q'ter, 10d.10h.31m.p.m. New Moon, 17d. 4h. 4m.p.m. First Q'ter, 25d. 6h.13m.a.m. [[Sub-columns one-five]] D. D.of Sun Sun Moon M. W. Rises Sets. R.& S. 1 Fr. 5 26 6 34 2 52 2 Sa. 5 27 6 32 3 59 3 S 5 28 6 30 rises 4 M. 5 29 6 28 6 52 5 Tu. 5 30 6 27 7 11 6 W. 5 31 6 25 7 32 7 Th. 5 32 6 23 7 55 8 Fr. 5 33 6 21 8 24 9 Sa. 5 34 6 20 9 1 10 S 5 35 6 18 9 50 11 M. 5 36 6 17 10 50 12 Tu. 5 37 6 15 morn 13 W. 5 38 6 13 0 2 14 Th. 5 39 6 11 1 20 15 Fr. 5 41 6 10 2 42 16 Sa. 5 42 6 8 4 1 17 S 5 43 6 6 sets 18 M. 5 44 6 4 6 23 19 Tu. 5 45 6 2 6 45 20 W. 5 46 6 1 7 8 21 Th. 5 46 5 59 7 36 22 Fr. 5 47 5 57 8 10 23 Sa. 5 48 5 55 8 51 24 S 5 49 5 53 9 38 25 M. 5 51 5 52 10 33 26 Tu. 5 52 5 50 11 33 27 W. 5 53 5 48 morn 28 Th. 5 54 5 46 0 38 29 Fr. 5 55 5 45 1 44 30 Sa. 5 57 5 43 2 50 .. ... .... .... ..... [[/Sub-columns one-five]] [[/Column one]] [[Column Two]] OCTOBER Full Moon, 3d. 5h. 6m.a.m. Last Q'ter, 10d. 4h.30m.a.m. New Moon, 17d. 4h. 7m.a.m. First Q'ter 25d. 2h. 4m.a.m. [[Sub-columns one-five] D. D.of Sun Sun Moon M. W. Rises Sets. R.&S. 1 S 5 58 5 42 3 55 2 M. 5 59 5 40 5 1 3 Tu. 6 0 5 38 rises 4 W. 6 1 5 36 5 59 5 Th. 6 2 5 35 6 27 6 Fr. 6 3 5 33 7 2 7 Sa. 6 4 5 31 7 48 8 S 6 5 5 29 8 44 9 M. 6 6 5 28 9 52 10 Tu. 6 8 5 26 11 7 11 W. 6 9 5 25 morn 12 Th. 6 10 5 23 0 25 13 Fr. 6 11 5 21 1 43 14 Sa. 6 12 5 20 2 57 15 S 6 14 5 18 4 10 16 M. 6 15 5 17 5 21 17 Tu. 6 16 5 15 sets 18 W. 6 17 5 14 5 36 19 Th. 6 18 5 12 6 6 20 Fr. 6 19 5 11 6 44 21 Sa 6 20 5 9 7 29 22 S 6 21 5 8 8 22 23 M. 6 22 5 6 9 21 24 Tu. 6 24 5 5 10 24 25 W. 6 25 5 3 11 28 26 Th. 6 27 5 2 morn 27 Fr. 6 28 5 0 0 33 28 Sa. 6 29 4 59 1 37 29 S 6 30 4 58 2 43 30 M 6 32 4 56 3 50 31 Tu. 6 33 4 55 5 0 [[/Sub-columns one-five]] [[/Column Two]]
[[Heading]] CHICAGO ALMANAC, 1876. [[/Heading]] [[Column One]] NOVEMBER Full Moon, 1d 5h.41m.p.m. Last Q'ter, 8d.11h.27m.a.m. New Moon, 15d. 6h.58m.p.m. First Q'ter, 23d.10h.36m.p.m. [[Sub-columns one-five]] D. D.of Sun Sun Moon M. W. Rises Sets. R.&S. 1 W. 6 34 4 54 6 12 2 Th. 6 35 4 53 rises 3 Fr. 6 36 4 52 5 41 4 Sa. 6 38 4 50 6 35 5 S 6 39 4 49 7 43 6 M. 6 40 4 48 8 58 7 Tu. 6 41 4 47 10 16 8 W. 6 42 4 46 11 33 9 Th. 6 44 4 44 morn 10 Fr. 6 45 4 43 0 46 11 Sa. 6 46 4 42 1 58 12 S 6 47 4 41 3 8 13 M. 6 48 4 40 4 17 14 Tu. 6 50 4 40 5 27 15 W. 6 51 4 39 6 36 16 Th. 6 52 4 38 sets 17 Fr. 6 53 4 37 5 23 18 Sa. 6 54 4 36 6 13 19 S 6 56 4 36 7 10 20 M. 6 57 4 35 8 11 21 Tu. 6 58 4 34 9 16 22 W. 6 59 4 33 10 20 23 Th. 7 0 4 33 11 24 24 Fr. 7 2 4 32 morn 25 Sa. 7 3 4 32 0 26 26 S 7 4 4 31 1 31 27 M. 7 5 4 31 2 38 28 Tu. 7 6 4 30 3 47 29 W. 7 8 4 30 5 2 30 Th. 7 9 4 29 6 21 .. ... .... .... ..... [[/Sub-columns one-five]] [[/Column One]] [[Column Two]] DECEMBER Full Moon, 1d. 5h.14m.a.m. Last Q'ter, 7d. 8h.33m.p.m. New Moon, 15d. 0h.24m.p.m. First Q'ter, 28d. 5h.51m.p.m. Full Moon, 30d. 4h. 9m.p.m [[Sub-columns one-five]] D. D.of Sun Sun Moon M. W. Rises Sets. R.&S. 1 Fr. 7 10 4 29 rises 2 Sa. 7 11 4 29 5 25 3 S 7 12 4 29 6 40 4 M. 7 13 4 28 8 1 5 Tu. 7 14 4 28 9 21 6 W. 7 15 4 28 10 38 7 Th. 7 16 4 28 11 50 8 Fr. 7 17 4 28 morn 9 Sa. 7 17 4 28 1 0 10 S 7 18 4 28 2 9 11 M. 7 19 4 28 3 17 12 Tu. 7 20 4 28 4 26 13 W. 7 21 4 28 5 34 14 Th. 7 21 4 29 6 40 15 Fr. 7 22 4 29 sets 16 Sa. 7 23 4 29 5 1 17 S 7 24 4 29 6 2 18 M. 7 24 4 30 7 6 19 Tu. 7 25 4 30 8 10 20 W. 7 25 4 31 9 13 21 Th. 7 26 4 31 10 14 22 Fr. 7 26 4 32 11 17 23 Sa. 7 27 4 32 morn 24 S 7 27 4 33 0 20 25 M. 7 28 4 33 1 26 26 Tu. 7 28 4 34 2 37 27 W. 7 28 4 35 3 52 28 Th. 7 28 4 36 5 10 29 Fr. 7 29 4 36 6 27 30 Sa. 7 29 4 37 rises 31 S 7 29 4 38 5 32 [[/Sub-columns one-five]] [[/Column Two]] [[/page]] [[Start page]] [[Preprinted]] SATURDAY, JANUARY 1, 1876. [[/Preprinted]] January Rec. Paid 1 Cash on hand [[Amount erased]] $112,987.51 [[/Amount erased]] [[Amount erased not readable]]
2 [[preprinted]] Sunday, January 2, 1876. [[/preprinted]] R P [[end page]] [[start page]] 3 [[preprinted]] Monday, January 3, 1876. [[/preprinted]] R P
4 [[preprinted]] Tuesday, January 4, 1876. [[/preprinted]] R P [[end page]] [[start page]] 5 [[preprinted]] Wednesday, January 5, 1876. [[/preprinted]] R P
6 [[preprinted]] Thursday, January 6, 1876. [[/preprinted]] R P [[end page]] [[start page]] 7 [[preprinted]] Friday, January 7, 1876. [[/preprinted]] R P
8 [[preprinted]] Saturday, January 8, 1876. [[/preprinted]] R P [[end page]] [[start page]] 9 [[preprinted]] Sunday, January 9, 1876. [[/preprinted]] R P
[[preprinted]] Monday, January 10, 1876. [[/preprinted]] R P [[end page]] [[start page]] [[preprinted]] Tuesday, January 11, 1876. [[/preprinted]] R P
30 [[preprinted]] Wednesday, January 12, 1876. [[/preprinted]] R P [[end page]] [[start page]] 31 [[preprinted]] Thursday, January 13, 1876. [[/preprinted]]
3 Description of Caterpillars [[preprinted]] Friday, January 14, 1876. [[/preprinted]] No 1 = [[Callochloria?]] chloris No 3 = [[Gastiopoelin?]] vellida? " [[ditto: No]] 4 = [[Limaeodes?]] scaplia? " [[ditto: No]] 5 = Euclea querceti " [[ditto: No]] 7 = (Soft 13) [[end page]] [[start page]] No. 2 [[preprinted]] Saturday, January 15, 1876. [[/preprinted]] (see Aug 26) [[strikethrough]] Description of cats. found september 5, 1882. Color green (sometimes brown) with a light stripe on the back. On the 3, 6, 7 & 10 segments a brown spot. A few hairs on each ring. They eat witch hazel. When at rest they somewhat resemble a sphinx Cocoon is made of silk and bits of substance on which it is made. Chrysalis 8/10 in. long, brown and shiny (No. 2.) See Nov 25 [[/strikethrough]]
(see 536) No 6 (see June 14) [[preprinted]]SUNDAY, JANUARY 16, 1876.[[/preprinted]] [[left margin]][[vertical]]> Apatelodes torrefacta[[/vertical]][[/left margin]] This caterpillar [[mearm?]] is about 1 3/4 in. in length. The body and head are white; the belly, a stripe on the back, and a row of spots on each side, black. The feet are red. It is covered with long white (sometimes yellow) hairs growing immediately from the skin, and rather thin. It has on the 2nd 3rd & 11th seg. a long black pencil, and on the rest of the (next page) [[end page]] [[start page]] No. 6. [[preprinted]]MONDAY, JANUARY 17, 1876.[[/preprinted]] [[right margin]][[vertical]](Cat box. 44)[[/vertical][[/right margin]] rest (except the 4th) a few black hairs. It eats wild cherry, chery, and maple, [[insertion]]ash[[/insertion]] and is found in Sept. No 6 [[horizontal line]] No. 7 Cat - found on clover Aug. 1885. near the rock. Length 1 3/4 inches Last pair of legs not used. Black spot on the segment. Head large and red. Color purple with 2 redish longitudinal stripes [[strikethrough]]near[[/strikethrough]] on the back, [[strikethrough]]a dorsal black line[[/strikethrough]] 3 black lines on each [[preprinted]]3[[/preprinted]] [[end page]]
96 [[preprinted]]TUESDAY, JANUARY 18, 1876.[[/preprinted]] side and on on the back extending from the head to near the tail where they changed into 2 black spots. Below on each side a yellow stripe. Black marks above each foot. A black elevated spot on each side of the 4th segment. Dasyolipha anguina (see BB 107) [[end page]] [[start page]] No 8 97 [[preprinted]]WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 19, 1876.[[/preprinted]] Cat found on wild chery Sept 7. '85, 1 1/4 in long. Color black, legs yellowish. Head black. 10 yellowish warts on each rug from which are a few white hairs. Along back an interrupted red stripe edged with velvety black, extending to the 10th segment. On the 11th is a black elevation. [[checkmark in blue pencil]] [[vertical irregular blue pencil line through entire entry]] [[underline]]Cat 127[[/underline]] Aeronyeta [[strikethrough]]occidentalis(?)[[/strikethrough]] " bobeliae (Larva known: by French & Coquillet) [[end page]]
38 No. 9 [[preprinted]] THURSDAY, JANUARY 20, 1876 [[/preprinted]] green limacode, Sept '83 wild cherry, 2 purple spots. 10 or 12 red horns. (Probably described in other book) Green with a broad yellow stripe on the back which is nearly obscured by 2 large purple spots edged with red and contracted in 2 places. There are 7 pairs of little red prickly warts situated before between & behind the spots and at the (4) contractions. (Aug 87) Adoneta spinuloides [[end page]] [[start page]] 10 [[preprinted]] FRIDAY, JANUARY 21, 1876 [[/preprinted]] notodonta from Crabb island Plaatburgh on black oak. Green head with 2 black lines. Yellow stripe on each side of back. white dorsal line. Marked irregularly on back with purple. Also yellow line on each side. Hind feet not used. When fully grown [[insertion]]^ some [[/insertion]] = 13 (do they?) [[strikethrough]] seridonta bilincata B.SNH. [[/strikethrough]] Heterocampa manteo G.H.H.
40 11 [[preprinted]]SATURDAY, JANUARY 22, 1876.[[/preprinted]] [[margin left]]V[[/margin left]] Limacodes from Ulster Co Sept '85. Oval flat. green on back a [[image]] -shaped patch of reddish-purple bordered with yellow. a red spot toward head on wild cherry. [[margin left]]VI[[/margin left]] After shedding skin spot on back connected with spot near head. [[strikethrough]]Tort[[insertion]]^r[[/insertion]]icidia testacea ?[[/strikethrough]] [[strikethrough]]Kronaea minuta ?[[/strikethrough]] [[strikethrough]]Limacodes fleunosa ?[[/strikethrough]] [[strikethrough]]Tortricidia pallida ?[[/strikethrough]] Tortricidia flavula [[right curly brace enclosing last 2 lines]] [[end page]] [[start page]] *copied 11/27/90 12 [[preprinted]]SUNDAY, JANUARY 23, 1876.[[/preprinted]] All-green limacodes. The back is elevated into 2 ridges and it sometimes has a tail. Wild cherry, maple etc. (Probably described in other book) Sept. '83. (Two kinds. light or yellow-green and dark or blue green. These may be different species) They are (May 86). Light green = Limacodes fasciola *Dark green= Packardia albipunctata (See Oct 8) (Auct Packard)
42 13 [[preprinted]]MONDAY, JANUARY 24, 1876. [[/preprinted]] very much resembles 10 except that the purple is much more extensive continuing in a band with 4 lateral projections from the head to tail. An elm Sept '83 at Livingstons. [[strikethrough]] Probably [[/strikethorugh]] = 10 Same as 10 [[underline]] No! [[/underline]] Seirodonta bilineata see BB 206 [[end page]] [[start page]] 14 43 [[preprinted]] TUESDAY, JANUARY 25, 1876. [[/preprinted]] Looper found on flowers of thistle (at Pell's dock) and aster (in the flower bed) in Sept. '85. Color green with or without a redish line along the back. The head is brownish and notched on top. Turned to chrysalis in Sept. Brownish yellow line on back and wing cases black. Green with white stripe imago. Synchlora rubivoraria? [[end page]]
4 15 [[preprinted]] WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 26, 1876. [[/preprinted]] Caterpillar found in Aug and Sept. on white oak. Color whiteish or reddish. Remains on the back of the leaf with its head turned to one side touching the body. (may be described in the other book) [[margin]] 15B [[/margin]] Same? on Beech July 27, 1890 Hd pale whitish, mouth & palpi white, eyes partly black Several hair growing from slight tubercles, 2 near apex of each lobe most distinct W 1.4 mm. Body (See Sept 27) [[irregular vertical blue line over entire entry]] [[end page]] [[start page]] [[This is a piece of paper overlaying notebook page. The notebook page is shown on digital page 32]]: 15A Oak Bellport L.I. Aug 96 Setae single in last 2 stages except vi. Brown a blotches dusky blackish d. stripe, cut by pale areas around i & ii. These areas reddish brn concolorous with body side slightly mottled. tubercle 1 setae white spiracle black. 7 alike vary a little in amount of dusky shading. Same traces of a yellowish d. line. Spots 3 - 12, 1 spot 3 - 4, two 6 - 10, [[?]] joint one ([[circled]]1[[/circled]]) on 11 and a large [[image of triangle]] spot (i - ii) on 12, iii civ with reddish ring ovate [[end overlay]]
15 A Oak Bellport L.I. Aug 96 Setae single in last 2 stage except vi. Brwn a blotches dusky blackish d. stripe, cut by pale areas around i & ii. These areas reddish brn concolorous with body side slightly mottled. Tubercle 1 setae white, spiracle black. 7 alike vary a little in amount of dusky shading . Same
have trace of line on side Hd mottled reticulated with black on very pale ground. W. 3.5 One all dirty brown except white tubercles _ to J. hamamelis
15B Like 15a but no black shades. i & ii surrounded by bright yellow areas. trace of a yellowish d. line. Spots 3-12, 1 spot 3-4, two 6-10, part joined one [[circled]] i [[/circled]] on 11 and a large [[triangle image]] spot (i-ii) on 12 , iii cir with reddish ring ovata
4 15 [[preprinted]]WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 26, 1876.[[/preprinted]] Caterpillar found in Aug and Sept. on white oak. Color whiteish or reddish. Remains on the back of the leaf with its head turned to one side touching the body. (May be described in the other book) [[margin]]15B[[/margin]] Same? On Beech July 27, 1890 Hd pale whitish, mouth & palpi white, eyes partly black Several hairs growing from slight tubercles, 2 near apex of each lobe most distinct W 1.4 mm. Body (See Sept 27) [[irregular vertical blue line over entire entry]] [[end page]] [[start page]] [[this entire entry overwrites another]] Aug 17 '90 Hd flattened in front depressed at vertex yellowish green a black line from vertex of each lobe to each side mouth eyes black. mouth pale jaws brown. W.1.3 mm body with dorsal process as in mat. with mouth slightly more on (3. yellowish tipped with brown. Body green with oblique white lines in s-d space & a faint yellow substig natal line with red brown spots below it on legless segs. Few feet testaceous abd brown outwardly [[underline]]Aug 9[[/underline]] Hd higher than wide, narrowing to vertex flattened [[?]] & depressed at vertex green [[image - triangle]] pl shiny a black line an before mouth pale. antennae whitish W 2.1 mm Body as before the process all small except on 6 & 12, a slight one on 13 consisting of 2 small turbercles. Markings as before but more distinct & approaching the mat. [[?]] [[overwritten, large in blue]]Aug 10 '95[[/overwritten, large in blue]] [[end page]]
17 [[preprinted]]FRIDAY, JANUARY 28, 1876.[[/preprinted]] Sphinx found at Livingston. Sept '85 on 'round leaf - long bud stuff' Reddish green redder at the sides and a redline on its back. Horn red. Head red, can be drawn part way under the 1st segment. Black marking, above the feet. Hemaris sp. [[end page]] [[start page]] [[note covering the original material]] 35 From Englewood NJ. June 7 1896 [[image - 3 caterpillar segments]] In young stage the tubercles large and quite distinct though concolorous
46 17 [[preprinted]] FRIDAY, JANUARY 28, 1876 [[/preprinted]] Sphinx found at Livingstion Sept '83 on 'round leaf-long bud stuff' Reddish green redder at the sides and a red line on its back. Horn red. Head red. can be drawn part way under the 1st segment. Black marking, above the feet. Hemaris sp. [[end page]] [[start page]] 18 47 [[preprinted]] SUNDAY, JANUARY 29, 1876 [[/preprinted]] A ^[[insert]] gray [[/insert]] horn looper found Sept '83 on wild cherry at Livingston's. It has [[strikeout]] several spots on the sides [[/strikeout]] 4 bands going all around of ferruginous. The head is slight notched and there are 2 black elevated dots on the last segment. It eats only at night. Endropia hypochiarca
4 19 [[preprinted]]SUNDAY, JANUARY 30, 1876.[[/preprinted]] Green & brown wiggles found on white oak Sept. 13, 1885. Color green broad stripe on back brown. Spun a web among the leaves. Cat 129 [[underline]]Oneida lunulalis[[/underline]] Hold (det Aug 1900) [[end page]] [[start page]] 20 Copied 5/22/90 [[preprinted]]MONDAY, JANUARY 31, 1876.[[/preprinted]] (Viburnum lentago) Notodonta on 'round-leaf-long bud' Livingstons Sept. 1885. Head green with 2 brown stripes. neck green on both sides purplish on top. Slight hump on 4th and less one on 7th. Between them back marked with purplish. 2 yellow spots on 7th segment. Rest of body to 11th segment. (where rises a slight hump) green marked with whitish. Last segment purplish. Oedemasia badia
50 21 [[preprinted]]TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1876.[[/preprinted]] Small cat on 'long-bud' Liv. Sept. '85. Thicker at 4th seg. On 4th & 5th 2 black spots. Cat. brown varigated with white brown feet white-brown. Probably this on maple Jefferson Highlands N.H. July 1895. ate some dogbane blossoms and moulted once. (Put it out for a noctuid setae apparently perfectly normal for noctuidae, small, [[?]]) [[end page]] [[start page]] 22 51 [[preprinted]]WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1876.[[/preprinted]] ash sphinx on Shaupeneak Sept. '85. Light green stripes on sides of black and yellow. Horn [[insertion]]^ blue-[[/insertion]] green speckled with black. Head green with 2 black stripes. Tops of feet black (Desc. in other book) Sphinx kalmiae [[end page]]
32 23 [[preprinted]]THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1876.[[/preprinted]] Darapsa on 'long-bud' Livingston's Sept. '85. Green with white line and white markings on sides. Spiracles brick red. Same as 17 only younger. [[end page]] [[start page]] 24 33 [[preprinted]]FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1876.[[/preprinted]] Apatetor on wild cherry Sept. '85. Long with a few black hairs. Color green. Broad red purple stripe on back edged with white. Head green with 2 black lines. (May be described in other book) Or deltoid? HSD1893 B. All green with yellow sd line. [[Neberels?]] normal ([[nocturina?]]) black brown distinct with long black setae a few black dots on head (See 605)
54 25 [[preprinted]]SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1876.[[/preprinted]] Green cat. on maple. Head large green. Jaws yellow. A yellowish stripe on each side. Sept. '85. Yellow on tail. Nadata gibbosa Pupa (Apr '89) Black. Of usual shape. Punctured, wing cases creased. Cremasta [[margin]]1/2[[/margin]] tapering then straight ending in 2 divergent points that curve upward (toward dorsum) (See Sept 22) [[end page]] [[start page]] 26 55 [[preprinted]]SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1876.[[/preprinted]] Small green cat on black oak. Head rather large. Brownish line on each side and also on each side of head.
56 27 Monday, February 7, 1876 Orgyia at Campton Village N.H. [[?]] 1886 4 yellow tufts, 5 black pencil on 1, 5 and 11 the segment color grey head black yellow bars, etc, [[female symbol]] imag, out July 6. white, black stripe on top & underneath. another [[female symbol]] out July 7 I put her out and a [[male symbol]] never [[scribble]] came. Brown & white crescent. Orgyia nora [[end page]] [[start page]] 28 57 Tuesday, February 8, 1876 Cat on hop July 10 '86 Black with spirus (young) Youy $29 as far as I know. Aug 7.
58 29 [[preprinted]]WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1876.[[/preprinted]] Cat. of Grapta on loop July 10 '86 Probably = 28 but older. Head red. Body purplish lined with yellow spines yellowish on white. Red lin on each side of body Grapta Interrogationis [[end page]] [[start page]] 30 59 [[preprinted]]THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1876.[[/preprinted]] Cat on red-raspberry etc Jefferson N.H. Aug 86 Black on each ring transverse red stripe with red warts & tawny hairs. On back 2 interrupted long. white stripes & 1 yellow interrupted longitudinal stripe on each side. Head black & reddish Red beneath. Eats anything (June 29, 1889 Head black tinged with reddish with white hairs Body velvety black (see Nov 5)
60 31 [[preprinted]]FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1876.[[/preprinted]] Dryocampa on beech Jefferson N.H. Aug 23, '86 Color purplish speckled with white. Blueish at base of spines which are black. 2 long black spines near head. Head light mahogany color. Spiracles black. Out Apr 22, 1887 Dryocampa pellucida [[end page]] [[start page]] 82 61 [[preprinted]]SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1876.[[/preprinted]] Bister Oct 14 188l. Black. 3 long white stripe and row black hairs Head black. [[underline]]Arctia [[caja?]][[/underline]] [[end page]]
62 33 [[preprinted]]SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1876.[[/preprinted]] On swamp weed Inlet Co June 4 1887 Black, black [[?]] spines, body striped transversely with red. Head black Melitaea Plaetaus by Frendis description [[end page]] [[start page]] [[preprinted]]MONDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1876.[[/preprinted]] On hickory June 7, '87 Ogyria. Head black, 4 black pencils 2 before & 2 behind body & hairs yellow brown On 4, 5 & 11 segments black tufts with white hairs with mouldy ends (3,4,5,6 segs. brown tufts mixed with white, 11, 12 seg. black tifts. 2 white warts) (see Nov 21) Parorgyia [[strikethrough]]dintous[[/strikethough]] leucophaea var basiflava [[overwritten in blue]] [[circled]]Sept 13 1893[[/circled]] [[/overwritten in blue]]
35 [[preprinted]]TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1876.[[/preprinted]] On witch hazel June 6, 87 white with 9 transverse yellow stripes House white. June 2 '89. Head shiny white [[insertion] [[vertical]]brown in sutures [[image - triangle]] & around mouth[[/vertical]][[/insertion]] faintly mottled with brownish Eyes. brown skin of joint 2 partly over head. Body white, a dark shade showing bet. the joints, and 9 [[insertion]]pale[[/insertion]] yellow transverse diffuse bands on joints 3-11 inc. contiguous when body contracted. At rest body bent head touching middle body (see Nov 15) [[left margin]][[vertical]]Feet white spiracles surrounded fine brown ring.[[/vertical]][[/left margin]] [[overwritten]][[vertical]]Pupate June 1 [[underline]]brood[[/underline]][[/vertical]][[/overwritten]] [[end page]] [[start page]] 36 [[in blue pencil]][[circled]]Sept 18 '93[[/circled]][[/in blue pencil]] [[preprinted]]WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1876.[[/preprinted]] Ogyia on kind-of-beech* June 8, 87. at Shaupeneak whitish gray hair and 4 tufts mixed with mould white 8 smaller tufts & 2 red warts. Head black, body whitish, 4 black pencils and little " along the sides *Hop-hornbeam Parorgyia (see 486) described by me as possibly Parorgyia cinnamomea_ [[end page]]
37 cpd Sept 8 1892 [[preprinted]]THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1876.[[/preprinted]] Cilisocampa on black oak at Shaupeneak June 8, 87. Very much resembles C. Americana but has 10 [[image - filled oval]]-shaped white spots along the back (Gray on sides, blue on back edged with black and white. 10 white spots edged with black and betwen 2 long red lines edged with black) C. [[strikethrough]]silvatica[[/strikethrough]] disstua [[two checkmarks]] [[end page]] [[start page]] 38 [[preprinted]]FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1876.[[/preprinted]] Spins a house on unknown shrub.* [[margin]][[vertical]]See Oct 31[[/vertical]][[/margin]] Semi-transparent blackish above white beneath Head white with 4 black spots Shaupeneak June 8, '87 (*Cornus florida and C. paniculata) Thyatria pudens Pupa. greatest diam through wing cases. abd. segs tapering Dark brown black, showing brownish at the juncture of the parts. Body punctured thorax, wing & leg cases etc finely wrinkled Cremaster thick, 1 mm long, furnished with stiff spring hooks.
39 [[preprinted]]SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1876.[[/preprinted]] Little cat. on witch hazel "punking" green with a few white hairs from blackish warts & blackish lin along back. Head and mark behind head black. Cocoon on branch of bits of bark & thread [[image - triangle]] shape. One brood a year. Nola sexmaculata (see Nov 21) [[end page]] [[start page]] 40 [[preprinted]]SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1876.[[/preprinted]] Notodonta on rock oak from creek at Esopus Does not use hind feet Green with 3 long. white & yellow stripes the middle one, on 4, 5, 6 segs widens into 3 stripes and comes together again, and on 8, 9, 10 throws out 2 branches backward to the other stripes. Head green with 2 red stripes. (Also on witch hazel Aug 88 Over by mt) Heterocampa [[strikethrough]]biundata[[/strikethrough]] guttivitta
70 41 [[preprinted]]MONDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1876.[[/preprinted]] Demas propinquilinea Cat white, head reddish white. Thin white hairs. On first seg. 2 red pencils; on 3rd & 10th segs. a red tuft. [[strikethrough]]June '87 Another on maple Plattsburgh N.Y Sept 11, 1894. Hd white, covered with angular light red blotches which obscure the ground color [[insertion]]^above apex of [[image - triangle]][[/insertion]] except in narrow irregular lines; jaws black bases of antennae and labrum pale shiny; W. 4 mm +- Body greenish white with wrinkled irregular transverse white lines Spiracles white each [See May 22] surrounded and [[/strikethrough]] [[end page]] [[start page]] 42 71 [[preprinted]]TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1876.[[/preprinted]] A looper on currant yellow on each side on back, letuce greenish & beneath. Almost 10 black spots on each segment Head green with 2 black spots June '87 Eufitchia ribearia
72 43 [[preprinted]]WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1876.[[/preprinted]] A chrysalis suspended by the tail on unknown shrub (maple shaped leaf) on lower twin mt. June 27, '87. Color, white on each ring a row of elevated yellow spots and black dots wing & leg cases marked with black and yellow. Tail black antennae cases spotted with black. Probably Melitaea Phaeton [[end page]] [[start page]] 44 73 [[preprinted]]THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1876.[[/preprinted]] A "wiggler" on black oak, Ulster Co. July 1, 1887 Greenish black with head & 1st seg. black Small black shiny dots on each segment. Faint yellowish lin on the side. Spun a web in the leaves Cacoecia fervidena Iden per C. H. Fernald
74 45 [[preprinted]]FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1876.[[/preprinted]] [[margin]]For full descript & full grown cat see Oct 7[[/margin]] Eggs laid by [[male symbol]] Grapta [[serulrosa?]] July 2. Hatched July 6. Ate elm, Brownish black hair Head black. 1st Moult J. 8 black, black spines 3 had notched. 2nd Moult July 12 black with 8 spine white 3 Moult July 17. Black & head black spines wavye. Whitish marks on sides 4th Moult July 22. Black speckled with yellowish spines orange but black on 1st [[insertion]]& last[[/insertion]] segs. Head red. "J" July 29. Chrysalis July 30 Imago Aug. 6 [100 caterpillars 94 unilrosa 2 interrogationis imagine] [[end page]] [[start page]] 46 75 [[preprinted]]SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 1876.[[/preprinted]] [[underline]]Schizura concinna[[/underline]] Notodonta on black raspberry July 7, 1887 yellowish with long, brownish stripe. & black dots. Head black. 4th seg. humped. [[image - 3 caterpillar segments]] [[underline]]Stage I[[/underline]] [[underline]]Stage II[[/underline]] Keene Valley N Y. July 12, 1894
76 47 [[preprinted]]SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1876.[[preprinted]] Arctian eating willow. July 12, 1887. Yellowish with thin light hairs. 2 broad black long, stripes on back & one on each side. Head black Spilosoma acraea [[end page]] [[start page]] 48 77 [[preprinted]]MONDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1876.[[preprinted]] Sphinx on ground near willow in Ulst Co July 16, 1887. Rather small green on side row of [[insertion]]oblique[[/insertion]] white stripes bordered before with light purple Head with white mark purplish behind Horn green, 2 dark lines (see Nov 13) [[strikethrough]]Sphinx gordius[[/strikethrough]] [[strikethrough]]Is this not rather [[/strikethrough]] Sphinx luscitiosa decm 7 [[end page]
78 49 [[preprinted]]TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 29, 1876.[[/preprinted]] Spun up leaves of willow July 16, 1887 Whitish row of pink spots on each side Head light orange [[strikethrough]]is this[[/strikethrough]] = 59?/ [[end page]] [[start page]] 50 79 [[preprinted]]WEDNESDAY, MARCH 1, 1876.[[/preprinted]] Cats, hatched from white with black spot eggs on wild cherry July 18, 1887. Orange colored with black branching spines. Hyperchina io
80 51 [[preprinted]]THURSDAY, MARCH 2, 1876.[[/preprinted]] (about July 20) Sphinx on woodbine whitish strickly mottled with brown. 4 long. interr. brown bands Head marked with brown. Elevated shiny brown spot on tail surrounded by a black & a broad brown ring. Thyreus abbottii [[end page]] [[start page]] 52 [[preprinted]]FRIDAY, MARCH 3, 1876.[[/preprinted]] July 27, 1887. Little cat. on hicory "punking" white, black head, black spots fore and aft, brown on each side by 6 fore legs, brown dorsal line. [[underline]]Moult July, 28[[/underline]] stopped "punking". Head black, few hair whitish body [[/insertion]]^ long purple stripes[[/insertion]]. Last feet raised [[underline]]Moult Aug 2.[[/underline]] reddish white lines. Head black. white hair [[/underline]]Moult Aug 8[[/underline]] reddish black with white lines, long white hairs [[underline]]When full grown[[/underline]] black with one [[insertion]]^ or more[[/insertion]] lateral interrupted white line. Hairs long white. Head black (See Dec 17) Datana integerrima
82 53 [[preprinted]]SATURDAY, MARCH 4, 1876.[[/preprinted]] Fast cat of butternut Aug 1 1887 Green with 2 longitudinal yellow lines. [[end page]] [[start page]] 54 83 [[preprinted]]SUNDAY, MARCH 5, 1876.[[/preprinted]] Datana on brick Ulster Co Aug 1 1887 Black head black 8 longitudinal white lines & white hair feet red. *{Also on hicory. Like BB52 but stripes more distinct and more yellow. Hair less long. *Datana Angusii
55 [[preprinted]]MONDAY, MARCH 6, 1876.[[/preprinted]] Little cats hatched from yellow eggs on peppermint Aug 3, '87 yellow & black hairs brown spots on head. [[underline]]Aug 8, 1 moult, yellow, black hair[[/underline]] Body and head black. Fine dark brown mixed with black. Probably = Spilosoma acraea [[end page]] [[start page]] 56 [[preprinted]]TUESDAY, MARCH 7, 1876.[[/preprinted]] Little cats on ash Aug '87 Appearance of Harrisina americana. Green with 2 transverse black stripes on each ring between which is a row of 6 yellow tubercles with short hairs. Head black with transverse yellow stripe. Body green beneath tubercles on 1st & last segments black. Aug 6 Green black warts 4 before 1 behind yellow. Head & black warts Samia promethia
84 57 [[preprinted]]WEDNESDAY, MARCH 8, 1876.[[/preprinted]] Yellow head orgyia wild cherry Aug. 1887 yellow with black dorsal band enclosing 4 yellow tufts. Head yellow. 2 black pencils on 1st j2 ring, 1 black mixed with brown on last [[written over word]] 12 [[/written over word]] ring. A few white hairs. Also on maple etc. [[strikethrough]]Orgyia leucostigma (or cat. var) Is it though? [[/strikethrough]] Orgyia definita [[end page]] [[start page]] 58 85 [[preprinted]]THURSDAY, MARCH 9, 1876.[[/preprinted]] Limacodes "maple-thing" Maple & wild cherry , hicory Aug 87. Green with a row of points all around those behind longest. reddish before; 2 yellow lins on 2 ridges on the back joined behind the middle by two yellow spots with red center the lines interrupted between the spots. Limacodes inornata [[strikethrough]] The [[female symbol]] fits description
86 59 [[preprinted]]FRIDAY, MARCH 10, 1876.[[/preprinted]] "Bashful cat" on wild cherry. spinning between 2 leaves a house resembling a cocoon. Semi-transparent greenish or pinkish white, with or without pinkish dots at the sides, more distinct toward the head. Head large, shiny, white with orange shading outwardly and partly covered by the skin of the first ring Mamestra confusa [[end page]] [[start page]] 60 87 [[preprinted]]SATURDAY, MARCH 11, 1876.[[/preprinted]] [[strikeout]] Little cat. on white oak Aug. 9 '87. Head black: body yellowish with long whitish hairs. [[/strikeout]] Tufts on 4th 5th and last segments.2 orgyia warts. Moult aug 14. Tufts black. [[Erideulf?]] young of BB34 Parugyia lucophaea HG,D. Sept 18, 1893
88 61 [[preprinted]]SUNDAY, MARCH 12, 1876.[[preprinted]] Pyrameis on nettle Aug 87. Black with whie dots, row of yellow spots (not crescents) on sides, red ring at base of each spine. Spines & head black Pyrameis atalanta [[end page]] [[start page]] 62 89 [[preprinted]]MONDAY, MARCH 13, 1876.[[preprinted]] [[blue pencil scribbled down entire page]] Wild cherry Aug '87 Small, clear green with a few white hairs. a dorsal stripe beginning on the 2nd segment of yellow containing on each segment orange red shadings. less distinct toward the middle of the insect. Head yellow, with orange shadings at the top. On [[image]] 8moultng = 8 Same as 8 [[end page]]
90 63 [[preprinted]]TUESDAY, MARCH 14, 1876.[[/preprinted]] [[X like mark in blue pencil through most of entry]] Orgyia on wild cherry Aug '87. Black with head black and black pencils on body Black tuft on 11th seg. & on 4th the later preceded & followed by gray hairs. 2 warts white. (Hybenati any-how) [[end page]] [[start page]] [[pasted in over original entry]] Large egg on back of leaf of black hick. JH N.H. June 21 1895. D 1.4 height .8 Probably green shell transparent larva formed. Reticulation well marked narrow but with distinct top hexagonal but varying size irregularly smaller toward vertex minute pile at angles under C obj. no hairs thou light lines seen at angles on shaded side are rather fine air pores running through shell [[underline]]Hatched[[/underline]] June 23 Hd rounded higher than wide
Large egg on back of leaf of black hick. JH N.H. June 21 1895. D 1.4 height .8 Probably green shell transparent larva formed. Reticulation well marked narrow but with distinct top hexagonal but varying size irregularly smaller toward vertex minute pile at angles under C obj. no hairs thou light lines seen at angles on shaded side are rather fine air pores running through shell [[underline]]Hatched[[/underline]] June 23 Hd rounded higher than wide
brown. A pair of large 3 pronged c - antlers unfold as larva emerges. 3 prongs, spare at base. [[Other?]] setae form ordinary tubercles, but i on 5-10 12 & anal plate look whitish succulent Body pale streaked with red at the sides. In less than an hour they grew out into the long tubercule with knob centrally, colorless at first, then [[aniter?]] streaked with crimson. Anal feet long divergent. (Put if not) Another egg on yellow chick, pale green, ground glass color bright subtranslucent. [[end page]]
90 63 [[preprinted]]TUESDAY, MARCH 14, 1876. [[/preprinted]] [[Most of entry crossed out with a blue pencil]] Orgyia on wild cherry Aug '87. Black with head black and black pencils on body Black tuft on 11th seg. & on 4th the latter preceded & followed by gray hairs. 2 warts white. (Hybernati any-how) [[end page]] [[start page]] 64=110 91 Some [[?]] 9 dorsal mixed [[preprinted]]WEDNESDAY, MARCH 15, 1876. [[/preprinted]] [[Much of the heading is smudged from the erasure of previous now illegible notes]] "Stag" Notodonta on Maple Aug '87. Last feet not used & long. Color brown, yellow spot near [[insertion]] 9-11 [[/insertion]] tail shaped like arrow head pointing forward: before it a yellowish [[insertion]] 9 [[/insertion]] dot. On 1st seg. a pair of banding horns like cutters. [[image]] Head red brown [[insertion]] sides find yellow streaks [[/insertion]] After moults beard with white mark. Body green with white dorsal stripes interrupted at 7th swelling and on island near the tail 3 brown marks at each one next to stripe. Yellow between brown Moult. horn reduced to points [[margin note written vertically]] Food plant also witch hazel. [[/margin]] [[end page]]
92 65 [[preprinted]]THURSDAY, MARCH 16, 1876.[[/preprinted]] Geometra on brick Aug '87 Color green shaded with reddish brown all over the back Head green notched shaded with bown 2 little points on the fist segment behind the head. Stands out to resemble a stick Nemoria pistaceata Eu [[end page]] [[start page]] 66 93 [[preprinted]]FRIDAY, MARCH 17, 1876.[[/preprinted]] Notodonta on elm. Aug '87 Resembles 10. Green with a few black hairs short. Head with 2 black lines outwardly white. Purple on back as follows stripe from 2nd to 10th seg except 8th. On 4rd, 6th 9th wider. On 5th, 7th 10 reduced to 2 purple spots. H [[image showing segments and striping of caterpillar]] white at sides below purple and red spots on purple where it is extensive. Interrupted yellow line on sides =13 [[end page]]
94 67 [[preprinted]]SATURDAY, MARCH 18, 1876.[[/preprinted]] Looper on wild cherry They spin in common a hollow house and "punk" the inside. Green with 4 black longitudinal stripes on the back, the external ones the widest. Head light orange color. Hydria undulata [[end page]] [[start page]] 68 95 [[preprinted]]SUNDAY, MARCH 19, 1876.[[/preprinted]] [[Note: Piece of typed paper overlaying journal page]] which are in use to separate the g As they point put the ultimate cl are physiological. The generic of such a nature as would scarc the higher forms. This results the bacteria. As we proceed fr of life, the organization become we reach organisms which pres so slight that morphology almos ters, and entirely fails to differen If conjugation is absent amo been present, the cells reproduci [[end page]]
[[underlined]]Biundata[[/underlined]] Purple spots on feet running up & all joining in a dark purple white [[?]] few covering sides to spiracle and [[really?]] white dorsal band 5 -10 & running down a streak on 12 , also [[scully?]] brown & purple dots all on rest of sides & base of feet D. band heavily pink streaked; the space 11-13 filled in with purple. Oak Mr L. Jontel
[[preprinted]] which are in use to separate the g As they point out the ultimate cl are physiological. The generic of such a nature as would scarc the higher forms. This results the bacteria. As we proceed fr of life, the organization become we reach organisms which pres so slight that morphology almost ters, and entirely fails to differentiate If conjugation is absent among been present, the cells reproduction lent parts, a condition of affairs Weismann for the primitive for characters acquired by any species condition, strictly inherited. such ting as species among th number of intergrading varieties. show constant characters, but it another culture would ever be characters. But owing to the nature of most part, on previously prepared probable that they are degrade
94 67 [[preprinted]]SATURDAY, MARCH 18, 1876.[[/preprinted]] Looper on wild cherry They spin in common a hollow house and "punk" the inside. Green with 4 black longitudinal stripes on the back, the external ones the widest. Head light orange color. Hydria undulata [[end page]] [[start page]] 68 95 [[preprinted]]SUNDAY, MARCH 19, 1876.[[/preprinted]] Cat. on 'long bud' Aug '87 tapering at each end Color light green with 3 longitudinal yellow lines. 2 brown spots on 4,7,8, & 10 segs contiguous to the outer yellow lines & other slight brown markings Head green with small black dots in 2 patches Its shape is peculiar owing to the tapering, especially behind. [[end page]]
96 69 [[preprinted]]MONDAY, MARCH 20, 1876. [[/preprinted]] Looper on 'long bud' Brown with 4 black dots on each ring Black dorsal lin with brown centr from head to 3rd segment. Reddish spot on each side of 5th seg. On top of 4th & 6th 2 white dots with black between 2 elevated brown points on 11th. Head brown slightly mottled as is the whole insect [[end page]] [[start page]] 70 97 [[preprinted]]TUESDAY, MARCH 21, 1876. [[/preprinted]] will eat Vaccinium stamineum [[strikethrough]]sugar plum ([[?]][[/strikethrough]] Datana on wild plum? from Overlook mtn Aug '87. Black with 8 longitudinal yellow stripes. Head & tail dark red and blackish to black. Spot on 1st segment black. Last skin. Head, spot on 1st segment and tail light orange red. Body black with 4 longitudinal yellow stripes on each side. Few white hairs & interrupted yellow lines beneath Datana [[strikethrough]] floridana [[/strikethrough]] (see Oct 30) [[end page]]
98 71 [[preprinted]]WEDNESDAY, MARCH 22, 1876. [[/preprinted]] Grapta comma on elm and nettle Aug. '87. Yellowish white with darkish markings and a row of red spots on each side Spiracle white tipped with black. Head white 2 spines on it black. (elm) Grapta comma (nettle) Grapta [[underline]]var[[/underline]] dryas [[end page]] [[start page]] 72 (See Oct 15) [[preprinted]]THURSDAY, MARCH 23, 1876.[[/preprinted]] [[cataloger's note:]] copied in the common larva book 8/1/90 [[/end note]] "One-tailed forktails" on purple berry "Maple" [[insertion]]Viburnum acerifolium lentago dentatum[[/insertion]] Aug 26, 1887. Harpyia _(?} color brown with a notched head, elevation about the 4th segment and a single tail. Also on 'long-bud'. ([[Hybernati?]] on stems) In Spring (June 1, 1888) one tail, hump single head brown notched white & green [[insertion]]^ or purplish & ferruginous[[/insertion]] like [[Limentro?]] colors. White on sides & along back, in middle of side upward brownish green [[insertion]]^ or ferruginous[[/insertion]] projection Dryopteris rosea ? [[margin]][[vertical]](2 spun June 5, coon rolled in leaf) (1 out June 15)[[/vertical]][[/margin]] [[overwritten in purple ink]][[vertical]]Chrysalis beneath [[lighs?]] brown one purple. tail and wing cases dark brown Food plants = Viburnum lentago and V. acerifolium (?)[[/vertical]][[/overwritten in purple ink]] [[end page]]
73 [[preprinted]]FRIDAY, MARCH 24, 1876. [[/preprinted]] "Marsh cats" on yellow flowering annual on lower mtn. Aug 26, '87. spinning a kind of web and "punking": Brown yellow, black head & first and last few segments. Black lin on back & row of black spines on each seg. Head notched (Hybernate in a web) = 43(?) = 33(?) Militaea phaeton (?) [[end page]] [[start page]] 74 [[preprinted]]SATURDAY, MARCH 25, 1876.[[/preprinted]] Great looper on ash Aug 26. '87. Greenish brown with several brownish wrinkly bumps. First segment smaller, last pair of fore legs protruding Eugonia alniaria
75 [[preprinted]]SUNDAY, MARCH 26, 1876. [[/preprinted]] Mamestra? on rag weed Aug 87. Broad brown dorsal stripe 4 yellow stripes & [[each?]] side between 2 yellow stripes purple & black stripes. Head reddish marked with whitish. Brown band bifurcate on 1st seg & black. [[end page]] [[start page]] 76 [[preprinted]]MONDAY, MARCH 27, 1876. [[/preprinted]] On rock oak Aug 87 4 yellow longitudinal lines, between them on blue with 4? black lines. Head and hump on 10th seg. range yellow. Last feet not used. Also on black and white oak and maple the latter if this insect is Edema albifrons. (See BB 99) Edema albifrons [[end page]]
77 [[preprinted]]TUESDAY, MARCH 28, 1876. [[/preprinted]] Cat on creek - border bush Sept 87. Body and head black. Thick short hairs on sides brown on back white after 4th segment On 4th, 6th 11th segs a short black tuft the hairs no longer than the other hairs. On moulting hair reddish brown stripes on back all black. All hair mixed with white hairs giving mouldy appearance (see Jul 12) [[end page]] [[start page]] 78 [[preprinted]]WEDNESDAY, MARCH 29, 1876. [[/preprinted]] Cat on geranium Sept 87, light green with a whitish dorsal line. 1, 3, 4, & 11th segs marked with darker green and the back shaded with whitish 11th segment humped up. Head greenish with lighter shading Mamestra adjuncta [[underline]] already described [[/underline]] [[end page]]
104 79 [[preprinted]]THURSDAY, MARCH 30, 1876. [[/preprinted]] Looper thats at wild cherry from Lower nets. Aug 1887. Green with two sub-dorsal longitudinal yellow lines. Head green and not notched. 2 lateral yellow lines not reaching to head. Chrysalis green with 4 longitudinal white lines. Wing and leg cases streaked with whitish. Cleora [[puldnaria?]] [[end page]] [[start page]] 80 105 [[preprinted]]FRIDAY, MARCH 31, 1876.[[/preprinted]] Mamestra? on golden rod Sept '87. Color black a dorsal red stripe, narrow. On sides a broad yellow line marked with black, below a red line Black hump on 10th segment separating the red line to a red spot on 11th segment. Head black slight white marks. Black on back longitudinaly striped with white very finely. [[end page]]
89 [[preprinted]] SATURDAY, APRIL 1, 1876. [[/preprinted]] Andromeda ligustrina Datana on stuff like wild plum but has [[?]] like poison ivy. Black with 8 rows of square white spots over 20 in a row Head spot on 1st segment and tail dark orange red. (See BB 111) Datana major [[end page]] [[start page]] 82 [[preprinted]] SUNDAY, APRIL 2, 1876. [[preprinted]] Forktails on willow Green with lateral yellowish [[insertion]] ^ or white [[/insertion]] lin. Back entirely brown with white bloom Head brown. Pointed hump on 3rd segment White bloom more distinct than brown and edged with white. Harpyia [[strikethrough]] [[aquitunalis?]]? [[/strikethrough]] multiscripta? [[line page]] [[underline]] var [[/underline]] Hump. double [[< ?]]. stripe on back edged with yellow with a brown projection in middle Lateral line wanting. var = Harpyia occidentalis [end page]]
106 83 [[preprinted]]MONDAY, APRIL 3, 1876.[[/preprinted]] Sphinx on willow. Sept 87. Green with white speckles slanting white lines on the sides and another from head to 4th segment. Slight Smerinthus red spots in 2 rows Head with 2 white lines. Horn blue. Smerinthus geminatus [[end page]] [[start page]] 84 107 [[preprinted]]TUESDAY, APRIL 4, 1876.[[/preprinted]] Datana on sumach Sept'87. Black with lines yellow and broad. Head, spot on 1st segment and tail black. Very little hair. Datana perspicua [[end page]]
85 [[preprinted]]WEDNESDAY, APRIL 5, 1876.[[/preprinted]] Sphinx eating square stemmed weed. Sept. '87. Head, spot on 1st seg. horn, tail and legs ochre yellow and shiny all but the latter sprinkled with yellow. Body black above yellow beneath an interrupted yellow dorsal line, interrupted lateral lines. Back dotted & sprinkled with yellow. Beneath lined with black in two directions. Deilephila [[end page]] [[start page]] 86 [[preprinted]]THURSDAY, APRIL 6, 1876.[[/preprinted]] [[strikethrough]] Cat on lilac Sept. '87. Much humped especially 11th segment. The last feet appear beneath it. A few white hairs to which the shed heads stick and project on a string from the neck. Dark brown, much streaked with white at the sides and whitish brown on the neck. Makes a hole in wood for cocoon. Harrisimemna sexguttata [[end page]]
108 87 [[preprinted]] Friday, April 7, 1876. [[/preprinted]] Part green flanged looper on witch hazel Sept. '87. Color brown. On 2, 3, 6, 7 and 8 segments 2 green flanges. On 4 and 5 segs. 2 brown flanges. On 11th 4 horn joints. Head brown very slightly notched. [[end page]] [[start page]] 109 88 [[preprinted]] Saturday, April 8, 1876. [[preprinted]] Heterocamper eating dun Sept '87. Green with 2 white lines on the back approaching each oth on 2, 3 and 10th segments also a dorsal stripe aft the 3rd segment. On 4th & 10th 2 red warts the latter not a needle. Slight lateral line Head green with 2 white edged with brown lines. Last feet not used. A few black hairs. (See 206A) Sericoptera bilineata (206A)
110 89 [[preprinted]]SUNDAY, APRIL 9, 1876.[[/preprinted]] Sphinx on ash Sept 87 yellow green above slightly blue green beneath. Slanting lines on sides of white edged above with green. Head green with 2 white stripes. Horn green slightly reddish. Tail speckled with black. Sphinx undulosa? It is per description of (C.H. Fendd [[end page]] [[start page]] 90 111 [[preprinted]]MONDAY, APRIL 10, 1876.[[/preprinted]] Flanged looper on birch willow maple etc. Sept 87 Color dead-leaf brown On 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 segments a pair of large pointed projections [[strikethrough]]of[[/strikethrough]] or "flanges". On 2, 3 slighter ones 2 points on top of 11th (T in other book ) Endropia armantaria ?
112 91 [[preprinted]]TUESDAY, APRIL 11, 1876.[[/preprinted]] Clostera on poplar Sept 87. Bluish green with yellow spots on the sides and on top of first few segments [[insertion]] or whole length [[/insertion]] [[margin insertion]] in 2 rows, fainter [[/margin insertion]]. On 3 & 4th segments. Line blackish subdorsal lines. Head brownish. Body spotted with black [[underline]] Sept 1888 [[/underline]] Body bluish black hump [[strikethrough]] tuft [[/strikethrough]] on 4 & 11th. the bluish is more or less replaced by orange on back while sides are orange (yellow when young). Mid lateral [[end page]] [[start page]] 92 113 [[preprinted]]WEDNESDAY, APRIL 12, 1876.[[/preprinted]] Same as 91? but younger? Brownish but yellow on 2, 3, 5 6 7 8 9 & last segments. Head black 2 tufts like 91. Same as 91 band of black mottling bluish ground. Dorsal & 2 subdorsal black lines of mottling less distinct anterior seg. Black spots on sides Flint white hairs. Much subject to variation (see Oct 1) Ichtyura albosigma [[end page]]
114 93 [[preprinted]]THURSDAY, APRIL 13, 1876.[[/preprinted]] On burr-weed Sept 87 Black & head black with thin white hair. along sides a row of yellow crescent and 2 rows of sub-dorsal faint yellow spots. Is it the var of Acronycta oblinita described in 415? [[strikethrough]] 94 Later s-s band cover whole s-v space v-vi inclusive and is pale ocherous brown. Venter black though less so than dorsum [[?]] i,ii white on central segments others testacous or pale ocherous. [[/strikethrough]] [[end page]] [[start page]] 94 115 [[preprinted]]FRIDAY, APRIL 14, 1876. [[/preprinted]] [[Note on top margin:]] Imago July 28 1895 Cat no 11598 [[/Note] [[Note on top margin"]] Said on currant ate strawberry [[/Note]] [[strikethrough]] On blackbery Sept 87. General resemblance to [[?]]. Black & head black. Thin white hairs growing from warts. On first 3 & last 3 segments brownish yellow. On sides skin brownish [[underline]] Another [[/underline]] from a log Jefferson Highlands N.H. June 29 1895. Hd shiny black no marks w 2.7 mm +- Body velvety black, a broad diffuse faint reddish s-s stripe, including the tawny v & vi. Structure of [[underline]] [[brurusa?]] [[/underline]] a broad black d space warts mostly pale hair short body nearly white but tawny red i-ii on 3-6, 12. Spiracle white (a few long pale hairs at ends. [[end page]]
95 [[preprinted]]SATURDAY, APRIL 15, 1876.[[/preprinted]] Like unicorni on beech color brown with green neck. Dark brown stripe on back. white V near tail and on [[strikethrough]] 3,4,5,6 [[/strikethrough]] [[insertion]] 4 5 6 7 [[/insertion]] segs. large white spots. Head with black lines Forked hump on end segment. Also on maple & witch hazel Oct 1888. Hump [[insertion]] Say "dorsal process") [[/insertion]] on sd 2-pointed, 2 humps on 8, double one on 11 Slight on 7 (See Oct 25) (This description is rough) Coelodasys biguttatus? [[end page]] [[start page]] 97 [[preprinted]]SUNDAY, APRIL 16, 1876.[[/preprinted]] [[strikethrough]] Sept 26 1893 "Roots" Catocala on linden Ulster Co June 5 1888 Ash gray with many longitudinal rows of black points. Two black elevations on 11th segment. Beneath yellowish green. Head gray with black marks & black spots on collar A row of little white "roots" along each side below, where the colors meet. Catocala cerogama [[\strikethrough]] [[end page]]
97 [[preprinted]]MONDAY, APRIL 17, 1876.[[preprinted]] On elm June 1888 Light green, humped on 11th segment yellow lateral and dorsal line and one between the latter pointed upward where the hump comes Also body spotted with yellow Out July 18, 1888 Pyrophila Pyramidoides [[end page]] [[start page]] 98 [[preprinted]]TUESDAY, APRIL 18, 1876.[[/preprinted]] Ecpantheria scribonia eggs laid June 26, 1888 round green and rough (Eggs bad) [[end page]]
117 99 [[preprinted]] WEDNESDAY April 19, 1876.[[/preprinted]] On black oak July 28, 1888 Light green, darker lateral stripe. Small Head black. [[underline]] Moult [[/underline]] same head yellow. Also dorsal stripe. [[underline]] Moult [[/underline]] same. Head & hump on 11th seg. Light orange lateral stripe blackish in front & behind; black spots on last segment. Hind feet not used [[underline]] Moult [[/underline]] color light yellow bluish band at side. A lateral and dorsal black line extending to hump last segment marked with 5 [[insertion]] ^ broken [[/insertion]] black streaks [[end page]] [[start page]] 100 118 [[preprinted]]THURSDAY, APRIL 20, 1876.[[/preprinted]] Head and hump bright orange. [[underline]] Moult [[/underline]] same. Mat head and hump traces of two more lateral black lines below & above the bluish space. These are slight on previous moult. Black spot on 4,5 segs. below behind abd. legs in line. Also on other segments [[?]] the last. Also bluish on back each side of dorsal line [[underline]] Moult [[/underline]] Same to mature larva see BB76 Edema
100 [[preprinted]]FRIDAY, APRIL 21, 1876.[[/preprinted]] [[underline]] Egg [/underline]] of Euplexia lucipara nearly spherical, flattened at base marked with about 25 longitudinal ribs and numerous transverse ridges the former somewhat irregular running to a depression on top. Color whitish with a circle around the center and a spot on top of purplish brown, these marks more or less confluent. Aug. 1888 Length about .5 mm [[underline]] Larva [[/underline]] white with black spots from each of which arises a hair. Head legs and cervical spot. black [[end page]] [[start page]] [[preprinted]]SATURDAY, APRIL 22, 1876.[[/preprinted]] They eat their egg shells. It walks like a looper having only 10 legs [[insertion]] ^ well developed[[/insertion]]. Hatched Aug. 11 Remain stretched out on the backs of the leaf. 1 [[underline]] Moult [[/underline]] Aug. 16 Semitransparent whitish with black dots fine as before [[insertion]] ^ transverse row to each segment [[/insertion]] Head whitish mouth parts black 2 [[underline]] Moult [[/underline]] Aug 20 Same. 3 [[underline]] Moult Aug 25 [[/underline]] Whitish, blackish lateral band, with traces of dorsal & 2 sub dorsal on firs. 5 segs Black piliferous dots. 4 [[underline]] Moult [[/underline]] Sept 1 Same lateral white [[insertion]] shaded blackish above. [[/insertion]] & dorsal [[insertion]] & sub dorsal [[/insertion]] interrupted. Has 16 feet. does not walk like looper. Semitransparent. marks indistinct. Black dots circled with white. somewhat [[?]] at 11th seg. 5 [[underline]] Moult Sept 9 [[/underline]] body appears green same row of white dots, 1 per seg. above interrupted subdorsal. 6 [[underline]] Moult Sept 15[[/underline]] (see Oct 27) [[end page]]
[[strikethrough]] 122 101 [[preprinted]] Sunday, April 213, 1876. [[/preprinted]] Egg of Tarache erastrioides conical. flat at bottom marked by 14 longitudinal ribs, alternate ones slightly projecting at top the others not quite reaching, and many transvers ridges only slightly elevated. Color uniform green width .25 mm length .35 mm Aug. 1888. [[insertion]] Hatched [[/insertion]] [[underline]] Larva [[/underline]] furnished with 16 legs like a geometrid Green, elevated around each segment, then brownish. Head cervical [[end page]] [[start page]] 123 [[preprinted]] Monday, April 24, 1876. [[/preprinted]] shield and prolegs black. hatched Aug 11. [[/strikethrough]]: Sept. 26, 1893 [[end page]]
124 102 [[preprinted]] TUESDAY, APRIL 25, 1876. [[/preprinted]] Eggs of Angeronia crocataria smooth eliptical flattened above & below. Color green becoming red. Length about .6 mm Aug 1888 1 [[underline]] Hatched larva. [[/underline]] Whitish green with 2 subdorsal black stripes. Head; conical shield pale orange. Looper. also black stripe beneath 2 [[underline]] Moult [[/underline]] whitish green with 2 subdorsal and one stripe below reddish brown Head concolorous with body 3 [[underline]] Moult [[/underline]] Pale whitish [[end page]] [[start page]] 103 125 [[preprinted]] WEDNESDAY, APRIL 26, 1876. [[/preprinted]] green with two lateral reddish brown lines continuing onto the head, and a band beneath. (Really same as before) 4 [[underline]] Moult [[/underline]] Same. Back dark whitish green, beneath paler green stripes reddish brown, also one on each side of head. A faint darker green dorsal line [[strikethrough]] 5 [[/underline]] Moult [[/underline]] Back pale dark brown little darker on the sides Below paler, a dark band in the [[?]]. Head concolorous Hibernate. [[/strikethrough]] with note: Oct 14 1893 [[end page]]
126 103 [[preprinted]] THURSDAY, APRIL 27, 1876. [[/preprinted]] About to "coon" in grass Aug 1888 Black shaded with reddish at sides being a faint lateral line and two sub-dorsal showing only on last 3 or 4 segments. Head black spiracles white, tufts of black rather short hairs from warts 8 to a ring Pupa (on 'cooning) cylindrical tapering abruptly posteriorly Dorsum closely granulated wing cases finely creased Cremaster short, conical, [[end page]] [[start page]] 104 127 [[preprinted]] FRIDAY, APRIL 28, 1876. [[/preprinted]] of the same slope(?) as the last. abd. segs. color dark reddish brown, not shiny. [[underline]] 'coon [[/underline]] Quite tough, composed of silk into which are interanca lots of grass sticks etc. Apatela noctivaga Described by Thaxter Another Jefferson Highlands, N.H. July 10, 1895: Also about to 'coon in road. "Lateral line" is substigimatal. Fine hairs mixed in the bristles from i and ii (see below) [[end page]]
128 104 [[catalog note]] cpd 3/7/91[[/note]] [[preprinted]] SATURDAY, APRIL 29, 1876. [[/preprinted]] On poplar Aug 1888 Light green with 2 subdorsal yellowish stripes and trace of lateral line of first few segments Rests flat on back of leaf with head extended. Body tapers each way from middle. Gluphisia trilineata A [[symbol for female]] buzzed & laid eggs all over the cover of 28. They [[end page]] [[start page]] [[overlay page]] 104 A 2 colorless transparent eggs on back of [[underline]] Pop. tremuloides [[/underline]] Jefferson Highlands June 18 1895 Flattened, less than hemispherical .8 diam .35 high shining. veins of leaf show through but magnified (1/2 inch) Reticulation moderately broad, double edged & distinct but flat. pentagonal - hexagonal, rounded or elongate not very regular. rounded at micropyle but not much smaller; apex flattened [[underline]] Hatched June 22 [[/underline]] Hd pale testaceous tinged body greenish, no marks, flattened, anal feet spreading normal, all used. Setae fine, pale, stiff and (Sh hd .3) [[end page]]
[[overlay page]] 104 A 2 colorless transparent eggs on back of [[underline]] Pop. tremuloides [[/underline]] Jefferson Highlands June 18 1895 Flattened, less than hemispherical .8 diam .35 high shining. veins of leaf show through but magnified (1/2 inch) Reticulation moderately broad, double edged & distinct but flat. pentagonal - hexagonal, rounded or elongate not very regular. rounded at micropyle but not much smaller; apex flattened [[underline]] Hatched June 22 [[/underline]] Hd pale testaceous tinged body greenish, no marks, flattened, anal feet spreading normal, all used. Setae fine, pale, stiff and (Sh hd .3) [[end page]]
slightly smaller at tip. normal iv stig first (no [[paper ends]] vi [[?]] ) 3 on leg plate, the middle one long the others short. Hd cordate, mouth brown eye black. 1 died setae perfectly normal [[image - 3 caterpillar segments]] short pale; 2 off c [[?]], 3-4 with i & ii all present [[underline]] Molt June 29 [[/underline]] Hd .6 Pale green, hd a little yellowish Traces of a yellow s-d line. Later more distinct anal feet spreading. Body cylindrical, incisers folded.
128 104 [[catalog note]] cpd 3/7/91[[/note]] [[preprinted]] SATURDAY, APRIL 29, 1876. [[/preprinted]] On poplar Aug 1888 Light green with 2 subdorsal yellowish stripes and trace of lateral line of first few segments Rests flat on back of leaf with head extended. Body tapers each way from middle. Gluphisia trilineata A [[symbol for female]] buzzed & laid eggs all over the cover of 28. They [[end page]] [[start page]] 29 [[preprinted]] SUNDAY, APRIL 30, 1876. [[/preprinted]] were like the third of a sphere, flat below, outline from above circular. Color pale yellowish green very minutely & closely punctured Diameter about .9 mm Mch '89 [[underline]] Pupa [[/underline]] Pitchy black [[insertion]] ^ abd. rather very dark brown [[/insertion]]. Flattened on the ventral side, dorsum evenly rounded. Finely punctured segs. closely apposed, leaving no room for pupal motion cremaster [[norse?]] anal seg. evenly rounded. Pupate tall length 10 mm. Diam 4.5 mm wing cases creased. [[cataloging note:]] copd 91 (see Dec 3) [[end page]]
105 [[preprinted]] MONDAY, MAY 1, 1876. [[/preprinted]] [[margin]] 1 [[/margin]] Notodonta on white oak Aug 1888. Small, pale brownish yellow. Head hump on 4th. line from head to hump and last seg. more distinctly brown last feet. Not used in walking. [[insertion]] they are after last moult. [[/insertion]] (Egg globular & smooth [[strikethrough]] ) [[/strikethrough]] probably uniform green) [[margin]] 2 [[/margin]] [[underline]] Moult [[/underline]] yellowish. Hump on 4th & 11th brownish Head marked with 2 brown bands. Semi-obsolete dorsal line Head slightly notched on top. last feet elevated [[margin]] 3 [[/margin]] [[underline]] Moult [[/underline]] Sides of 1, 2, 3 and [[end page]] [[start page]] also on white birch common. at [[Pla...?]] [[?]] 1889 [[preprinted]] TUESDAY, MAY 2, 1876. [[/preprinted]] top of 10, 11, 12 dark green [[?ish]] brown. Hump on 4 and 11. Black shades on sides on 1, 6 and on back on 7, 8, 9. Head brown with 4 confluent round whitish spots in front. Mouth parts and mottlings on side also whitish. White spot on sides of body on 10 seg. [[margin]] 4 [[/margin]] [[underline]] Moult [[/underline]] same. Green extending over 8, 9 enclosing brown space oval [[insertion]] ^ not on 12 [[/insertion]] Black shades on segs 4, 5, & 6 and on top of 7. Several white spots on sides of 10. [[margin]] 5 [[/margin]] [[underline]] Last moult [[/underline]] same [see Oct 22] Janassa lignicolor [[end page]]
130 106 [[preprinted]] WEDNESDAY, MAY 3, 1876. [[/preprinted]] Tolype on oak Aug 1888 with lateral projection covered with thin hair. color brownish marked with whitish in three spots on the back and a dorsal black line whitish on sides and beneath Head brown marked with white at the eyes [[end page]] [[start page]] 131 [[preprinted]] THURSDAY, MAY 4, 1876. [[/preprinted]] [[end page]]
132 107 = BB7 [[preprinted]] FRIDAY, MAY 5, 1876. [[/preprinted]] [[underline]] Eggs [[/underline]] on clover Aug 1888 Round flattened above and below and smooth color reddish, more so above Diameter about .7 mm [[underline]] Hatched larva [[/underline]] yellowish streaked irregularly longitudinaly with red at the sides and marked on 10, 11 and all around 4th Head yellowish marked red Black hairs thin, more bristley on 5, 6 & 7. Last feet not used. Hatched Aug 17. L. 3.5 mm [[underline]] Moult. Aug 21 [[/underline]] Greenish with several interrupted lateral brownish lines. [[end page]] [[start page]] 133 [[preprinted]]SATURDAY, MAY 6, 1876.[[/preprinted]] On 4th segment two brown elevated spots. Head orange last feet brown one brown spot on 4th seg. [[margin]] 2 [[/margin]] [[underline]] Moult Aug 25 [[/underline]] (not all same time) color violet blue with lateral and wide dorsal yellow stripe the latter with a black dorsal line the dorsal only to 10th seg. Also [[strikethrough]] lateral [[/strikethrough]] yellow edged with black 2 rows [[insertion]] 1 row [[/insertion]] of black spots on base of legs. 2 black spots on 4th and one on 10th. Last feet black head orange. Last seg marked black posteriorly 3 [[underline]] Moult Aug 27 [[/underline]] [[margin]] more orange [[/margin]] Same, dorsal stripe less distinctly yellow. 4 Moult Aug 31 (see Oct 20) [[end page]]
108 [[preprinted]]Sunday, May 7, 1876. [[/preprinted]] young larva on white oak Aug 1888 about 5 mm long Last feet not used Color yellow with lateral & dorsal black stripe Head cervical shield abdominal legs and last segment shiny black {color [[strikethrough]] yellow [[/strikethrough]] black with 4 lateral broad [[insertion]] ^ pale [[/insertion]] yellow stripes.} [[Ce?]] as above. [[underline]] Moult [[/underline]] same three stripes beneath [[underline]] Moult [[/underline]] same: stripes broad. white. Head cervical shield and anal plates black. [[end page]] [[start page]] [[preprinted]] Monday, May 8, 1876. [[/preprinted]] Mouth same: stripe not as wide but still as wide as the intervening space. Conical shield and legs dull reddish yellow. Head and anal plate black. Datana contracta Some specimens have stripes narrower than intervening spaces or even the upper ones partly wanting. Color pale yellow to almost white. [[end page]]
135 109 [[preprinted]]TUESDAY, MAY 9, 1876.[[/preprinted]] [[strikethrough]] Notodonta [[/strikethrough]] Datana on hicory Aug 1888. young larva yellowish marked with brown dorsally and around thoracic segments also two subdorsal brown lines. Head and cervical shield black. Last feet not used, marked with black [[underline]] moult [[/underline]] [[strikethrough]] same [[/strikethrough]] Aug 17 Reddish brown with 4 lateral yellowish lines on each side, narrower than the intervening spaces. Yellow lin below. Head cervical [[end page]] [[start page]] [[preprinted]]WEDNESDAY, MAY 10, 1876.[[/preprinted]] shield & anal plates black Red more distinct around thoracic segments and dorsally on 6,7,8,9, 10. [[underline]] Moult [[/underline]] Aug 23. Same more even uniform reddish [[underline]] Moult [[/underline]] Aug 31. Black: stripes yellow. fine. Head, cervical shield & anal plates black Rather long white hairs [[underline]] Aug 6 '90 [[/underline]] Hd 4.5 mm Black shiny punctured. (spot & anal [[?]] feet outwardly & body black 4 lateral & 3 ventral narrow pale yellow lines. Not confluent past Bases of legs & spots on legless segs brownish red Hair white rather abundant. (See BB 255) Datana Angusii [[end page]]
138 cpd 2/26/90 110 [[preprinted]]THURSDAY, MAY 11, 1876.[[/preprinted]] dogwood [[checkmark]] maple [[checkmark]] witch hazel [[checkmark]] birch [[checkmark]] hickory "Double stag" Young larva on Aug 1888. Reddish marked with green on 1, 2 , 3 segment in a patch, a line down back and spot on 10th Head red. On 1, 4, 5 ,6, 7 ,8, 9, 11, 12 segs a pair of black horns. those on 1st three pronged , the others with a knob in center and spire on the end. each arising from a black shiny spot. Legs blackish Last pair not used cpd [[underline]] June 22 1890 [[underline]] on birch. Hd. depressed at vertex [[end page]] [[start page]] [[strikethrough]] 111 [[/strikethrough]] 139 [[preprinted]]FRIDAY, MAY 12, 1876.[[/preprinted]] dark wine red. Body cylindrical, smooth and shiny but annulated anteriorly , feet normal the anal pair elevated rather long the claspers aparently aborted. Cervical spot large bearing a pair of horns like antlers three branched ^[[insert]] curved & [[/insert]] diverging with a shorter spur near the base all dark blackish brown [[squiggly line]] On joint 5-10. 12 & 13 from elevated shiny bases a pair of similar but slender horns not branched [[circled]] Nov 27 [[/circled]] [[end page]]
140 111 [[preprinted]]SATURDAY, MAY 13, 1876.[[/preprinted]] Datana BB 81. Aug. 1888. [Egg round white with a depression on top. Width .7 mm, height .5 mm. batches of about 40 on und sides of leaf]? * [[underline]]young larva[[/underline]] Dark reddish stripes broad and white much broader than the intervening spaces [[insertion]]^ except dorsal[[/insertion]] Head & cervical shield orange thoracic feet, outside of abdominal legs, & anal plate black. Fine [[?]] hair. [[underline]]Before last moult[[/underline]] Body black or reddish black, stripes [[margin]][[vertical]]*younger: yellowish dorsal & 1 lateral red-brown line[[/vertical]][[horizontal]]reddish below Head cer. sh.[[/horizontal]][[/margin]] [[end page]] [[start page]] [[preprinted]]SUNDAY, MAY 14, 1876.[[/preprinted]] wide white (in one specimen bright yellow) Head, cervical shield, abdominal legs 22 spots on 1,2,3,4,5,10,11 segs beneath & anal plates dark orange red. The feet black. very little hair.. Three interrupted [[insertion]]^ or partly obsolete[[/insertion]] white (or yellow) lines beneath 2 interrupted by legs. [[insertion]]Length about 30 mm & sometimes [[strikethrough]]nearly[[/strikethrough]] partly [[?]] [[strikethrough]] (much less distinct than floridana [[/strikethrough]] anal pl. black or red brown [[/insertion]] [[underline]] Mature larva [[/underline]] Body black. stripes broken into a series of irregular square white spots, the three upper stripes on each side having two spots [[insertion]]^ 2[[/insertion]] on each segment situated near the edges three longer stripes has [[end page]]
142 [[preprinted]]MONDAY, MAY 15, 1876.[[preprinted]] one spot below the spiracle on each segment and another longer one between the rings. three being nearly alternate with the spots of the above stripes. Head cervical shield, anal plates all legs (except thoracic) with the [[rases?]] and 2 spots on 4,5,10,11 segment dark orange red. Stripes below represented by a few white dots. Thin white hairs. Length 60 mm food plant. Andromeda ligustrina Datana major [[GeR?]] [[end page]] [[start page]] 112 143 [[preprinted]]TUESDAY, MAY 16, 1876.[[/preprinted]] On poplar Aug '88 Shape like BB114. Green with 2 subdorsal yellow lines On 2,3,6,7,8,9,10,11,12 a reddish brown patch between the lines with some yellow between On 1 & 5 segs. 2 brown dots 2 black marks on head =104 Gluphisia trilineata [[end page]]
[[Note: second page has overlaying note; see digital page 98]] 148 113 [[preprinted]] WEDNESDAY, MAY 17, 1876. [[/preprinted]] On poplar Aug 1888 Light green with 2 transverse rows of yellow spots on each segment [[insertion]] ^ ie 1 above ii, (unpaired) 1 below 1 lateral iii besides i-vi (setiferous)[[/insertion]] On second seg. A yellow hump [[insertion]] ^ of 2 approximate tubercles [[/insertion]] (seta ia) red on top. On 4, 8 (5, 9, 12) & 11 segs a transverse curved yellow band reddish [[insertion]] or brown narrowly [[/insertion]] before extending half way down the side, [[insertion]] ^ iii-iii reaching just edge of seg [[/insertion]] Last feet marked with [[?]] & yellow [[insertion]] in a line on square [[/insertion]] cut past edge of leg A [[underline]] var [[/underline]]? has two dark brown spots before each curved band Pupa, Fall. abd. segs. [[vertical, in left margin]] Setae single [[underline]] No [[/underline]] 2d hairs. The additional yellow spots are anal [[underline]] spots [[/underline]] Anal 2 feet smaller a little. [[/vertical, in left margin]] [[end page]] [[start page]] [[overlaying note:]] [[underline]] Raphia [[/underline]]? Little green tubercles on back of poplar JH. [[?]] June 20 '95 Green turbercles large whitish, 2 ant on feet partly [[?]] Hd bilobed [[image of triangle]] high, pointed green mouth brown eye & black W .8 +-. Setae short perfectly normal [[underline]] single[[/underline]], vi obscure, leg plate green with few setae [[image - caterpillar segment]] apparently stage II Later on 5 [[?]] a curved whitish line connects ii over the dorsum, post. remote from i [[underline]] Molt June 24 [[/underline]] Hd 1.5 spots large [[?]] [[/end note]] [[end page]]
[[Note: same as digital page 99]] 148 113 [[overlaying note:]] [[underline]] Raphia [[/underline]]? Little green tubercles on back of poplar JH. [[?]] June 20 '95 Green turbercles large whitish, 2 ant on feet partly [[?]] Hd bilobed [[image of triangle]] high, pointed green mouth brown eye & black W .8 +-. Setae short perfectly normal [[underline]] single[[/underline]], vi obscure, leg plate green with few setae [[image - caterpillar segment]] apparently stage II Later on 5 [[?]] a curved whitish line connects ii over the dorsum, post. remote from i [[underline]] Molt June 24 [[/underline]] Hd 1.5 spots large [[?]] [[end page]] [[start page]] [[preprinted]] Thursday, May 18, 1876. [[/preprinted]] [[Note: text partially obscured by note overlay]] [[?ntracted]] (not oppressed) [[?]] [[?ther]] shrunken.) Abd a [[?ik]] as any part [[insertion]] ^ behind wing cases [[/insertion]]. Pupa [[?did]] obtusely at [[?]] [[insretion]] [[?]] rather at anal end it tapers with curved outline [[image]] to cremaster. [[/insertion]] about alike cylindrical. [[strikethrough]] Body shallowly [[?]] [[/strikethrough]] Ant. portion of body granulated, but segs smooth, wing cases wrinkled coarsely. Color dark brown red. Cremaster conical projections tipped with a point. Length 13 mm. [[underline]] cocoon [[/underline]] tough & rather thick [[?]]. (See Aug 24) Raphia frater Molt June 29 Hd 2.2 [[underline]] no [[/underline]] 2d hairs but 5 or 6 on leg plate. 2 ant feet small spots with single seta, more additional like 113 but no red except on [[?]] on 3 [[underline]] Molt July 7 [[/underline]] Hd. 3.2 like 113 [[end page]]
[[Note: Most of second page covered with note; full text on digital page 103]] 114 [[preprinted]] FRIDAY, MAY 19, 1876. [[/preprinted]] [[Inktent?]] on white oak Aug 1888. Green with dorsal stripe of reddish brown edged with yellow. Double hump on 1st segment, brown, yellow at base. Slanting lateral yellow line and row of red spots edged with yellow before spiracles. Head green with two side bands meeting on top of mottled brownish with yellow edge outward having a tooth internally Tails green with [[end page]] [[start page]] [[preprinted]] SATURDAY, MAY 20, 1876. [[/preprinted]] reddish tinge, long. [[underline]] Moult [[/underline]] Same. Tails quite [[overlay note:]] eggs on white oak Bellport L.I. July 18 1896 [[image - hemisphere like]] Flattened, less than hemispherical, lustrous yet not shiny, translucent faint greenish, ground glass like D 1.4 height .6 mm. Reticulata carolus 6-angled, narrow, regular obscure the angles marked & distinct pores. About to hatch Jul 21 evident = oak pink tail [[underline]] [[H. marthesia?]] [[/underline]] [[/end note]] (See back, Am Nat v18 p1044) [[end page]] [[end page]] [[start page]] [[overlaying note]] eggs on white oak Bellport L.I. July 18 1896 [[image - hemisphere like]] Flattened, less than hemispherical, lustrous yet not shiny, translucent faint greenish, ground glass like D 1.4 height .6 mm. Reticulata carolus 6-angled, narrow, regular obscure the angles marked & distinct pores. About to hatch Jul 21 evident = oak pink tail [[underline]] [[H. marthesia?]] [[/underline]]
eggs on white oak Bellport L.I. July 18 1896 [[image - hemisphere like]] Flattened, less than hemispherical, lustrous yet not shiny, translucent faint greenish, ground glass like D 1.4 height .6 mm. Reticulata carolus 6-angled, narrow, regular obscure the angles marked & distinct pores. About to hatch Jul 21 evident = oak pink tail [[underline]] H. marthesia [[/underline]]
2 skippers and 2 little Halisidota tess on [[underlined]] black scrub oak [[/underlined]]
114 [[preprinted]] FRIDAY, MAY 19, 1876. [[/preprinted]] Forktent on white oak Aug 1888. Green with dorsal stripe of reddish brown edged with yellow. Double hump on 1st segment, brown, yellow at base. Slanting lateral yellow line and row of red spots edged with yellow before spiracles. Head green with two side bands meeting on top of mottled brownish with yellow edge outward having a tooth internally Tails green with [[end page]] [[start page]] [[preprinted]] SATURDAY, MAY 20, 1876. [[/preprinted]] reddish tinge, long. [[underline]] Moult [[/underline]] Same. Tails quite short, hardly more than long lined feet. The dorsal stripe is not of even width being slightly expanded on nearly every segment. Contracting again between them. Larva seem to eat but little and with effort. (Nadata gibbosa walked all over it and it died) Heterocampa marthesia (See back, Am Nat v18 p1044) [[end page]]
118 115 [[preprinted]] SUNDAY, MAY 21, 1876. [[/preprinted]] Larva on black oak and chestnut Aug 31, 1888. Looks like Nodata. Color green with whitish bloom 2 subdorsal narrow yellow lines, anal plates with yellow border. Head smooth green. = 25 [[line]] [[strikethrough]] [[margin]] 41 [[/margin]] On a womans dress Jefferson Highland N.H. Aug 7 1895 Hd 3 +- [[insertion]] (sh hd 2.50) [[/insertion]] same, a few red hairs from i whole length especially 6 & 7. No black marks on body except on joint 2. A dead larva found on yellow birch Shed Hd black except sutures. Pencils 3 black; tufts 5 red, 12 red & black sides of hd black (bloom) No 2d hairs. [[underline]] Imago [[/underline]] May 6 1895 [[male symbol]] Cat No 11493 [[/strikethrough]] [[end page]] [[start page]] (41 cont) 128 [[preprinted]] MONDAY, MAY 22, 1876. [[/preprinted]] [[strikethrough]] preceded by an oblique black patch, strongly suggesting a hatched [[Tacina?]] egg! Wart large iv absent hair rather [[?]] not long most obscuring body but quite abundant, white from ② on a light red pencil; from upper half of i on 5 and 12 a red tuft. single dorsal wart white. A few longer white hairs from 13. A faint d. and lateral dusky stripe not formed of pigment but more transparent than other parts i, ii on 12 form a trapezoid [[/strikethrough]] [[end page]]
156 116 [[preprinted]] TUESDAY, MAY 23, 1876. [[/preprinted]] [[strikethrough]] On poplar Wstn Co Sept 88 Thickest & at [[n seg?]]. Last feet small. Slight hump on 5 and 6 segs Color [[?]] purple, a whitish line each side of dorsal stripe, and oblique line slanting forward on each segment* Whitish lateral line Humps shaded reddish 10th & 11th segs shaded with a yellowish hue Head gray with many dark spots, a whitish line on each side [[/strikethrough]] Notodonta stragula [[end page]] [[start page]] 117 4|18|90 copied 5/22/90 151 [[preprinted]] WEDNESDAY, MAY 24, 1876. [[/preprinted]] [[strikethrough]] Apatela? on [[strikethrough]] sugar plum [[/strikethrough]] [[insertion]] Vaccinium stamineum [[/insertion]] Sept '88 Light yellowish green, a purple brown dorsal stripe edged with reddish yellow interrupted on 5th seg. and traveling on 7, 8, 9 & 10 to [[?]] a reddish green patch. Cervical shield green, with 2 black lines. Head purplish, darker on top & lines at side. Body with long thin black hair spiracle black. On bluberry & [[strikethrough]] sugar plum [[/strike through]] [[insertion]] Vaccinium st. [[/insertion]] Becomes red on preparing to pupate. In cocoon of thread etc Apatela tritona Hübner [[strikethrough]] [[end page]]
153 118 =63 [[preprinted]]THURSDAY, MAY 25, 1876.[[/preprinted]] [[strikethrough]] Parorgyia? on hickory Sept '88 Body & head black. Thin yellowish brown hairs from warts, trans row to each seg. [[insertion]]^ except 1[[/insertion]] On seg 2*, two black pencils On segs 4, & 11, one black tuft composed of two tufts, close together. *should be seg 1 = joint 2 [[/strikethrough]] [[end page]] [[start page]] [[Note: this is an overlay page]] [[strikethrough]] [[underline]]Charadra deridens[[/underline]] on white oak Bellport LI July 21 1896 not in a house but trying to hide and spinning some. Hd yellow a black band over eyes & another across at apex of [[image - triangle]], sutures of [[image - triangle]] also black. W. 1.5 ± mm. Body whitish, broadly gray & with a central d. stripe. a narrow s-d & wider lateral, all faint. Hair from wart, short i vii, long have part of iii and s-v. Dont see iv. Spun leaves together [[underline]]Shed Jul 27[[/underline]] Hd 2.5 ± black, a yellow band across [[image - triangle]] trisected by the black sutures. Body all pale whitish with long white hairs from warts. In house of 2 leaves webbed together. [[underline]]Shed Aug 1[[/underline]] Hd 2.5 ± same (sh hd 1.9 mm) Shed Aug 7 Hd 3.5 (sh hd 2.5) [[/strikethrough]] [[end page]]
[[strikethrough]] [[underline]]Charadra deridens[[/underline]] on white oak Bellport LI July 21 1896 not in a house but trying to hide and spinning some. Hd yellow a black band over eyes & another across at apex of [[image - triangle]], sutures of [[image - triangle]] also black. W. 1.5 ± mm. Body whitish, broadly gray & with a central d. stripe. a narrow s-d & wider lateral, all faint. Hair from wart, short i vii, long have part of iii and s-v. Dont see iv. Spun leaves together [[underline]]Shed Jul 27[[/underline]] Hd 2.5 ± black, a yellow band across [[image - triangle]] trisected by the black sutures. Body all pale whitish with long white hairs from warts. In house of 2 leaves webbed together. [[underline]]Shed Aug 1[[/underline]] Hd 2.5 ± same (sh hd 1.9 mm) Shed Aug 7 Hd 3.5 (sh hd 2.5) [[/strikethrough]] [[end page]]
[[blue pencil line across top paragraph]] same [[underline]] Shed Aug 14 [[/underline]] 4.5 (Sh hd 3.5) Same, the white body has a faint dusky sd line below ii. [[underline]] Calc. [[/underline]] 1.5 III .63 1.9 IV .83 2.5 V 1.10 3.5 3 VI 1.45 4.5 4.5 VII 1.90 2.50 3.42 4.50
153 118 =63 [[preprinted]]THURSDAY, MAY 25, 1876.[[/preprinted]] [[strikethrough]] Parorgyia? on hickory Sept '88 Body & head black. Thin yellowish brown hairs from warts, trans row to each seg. [[insertion]]^ except 1[[/insertion]] On seg 2*, two black pencils On segs 4, & 11, one black tuft composed of two tufts, close together. *should be seg 1 = joint 2 [[/strikethrough]] [[end page]] [[start page]] 119 153 [[preprinted]]FRIDAY, MAY 26, 1876.[[/preprinted]] [[strikethrough]] Concealed in oak leaves Sept 1888. Body white semi transparent, the pulsations of blood visible Head black and shiny whitish on top and sides and marked with light yellow in a transverse band above the mouth divided into three spots by two narrow black lines following the joining of the head part. The two outward spots are triangular, the central one conical upwardly. Body covered by thin [[/strikethrough]] [[end page]]
154 [[preprinted]]SATURDAY, MAY 27, 1876.[[/preprinted]] [[strikethrough]] long white hairs 10 mm or more, arising in little tufts from the skin. Four black hairs from the first segment pointing forward Another on [[underline]]Quercus macrocarpa[[/underline]] Plattsburgh N.Y. Aug. 1894. [[underline]]Acronycta?[[/underline]] in house of white silk made partly opaque with flocculent white silk, slightly curving over apex of leaf on back side. Hd rounded, shiny light yellowish mottled with black W. 3 mm. (see Aug 30) [[/strikethrough]] [[end page]] [[start page]] 120 155 [[preprinted]]SUNDAY, MAY 28, 1876.[[/preprinted]] Coilodasys unicornis on wild cherry, Sept. 1888. Heavy double pointed on 4th and short one on 11th Body reddish brown & mottled blackish on the back and fine lateral line. Sides on 2 & 3rd seg. green, yellow above On 9 & 10 a yellow V pointed forward. Head nearly uniform brown. [[end page]]
150 121 copied 11/27/90 [[preprinted]]MONDAY MAY 29, 1876.[[/preprinted]] Limecodes on wild cherry [[ovey?]] the BB12. Body with 4 longitudinal slight elevations or ridges [[insertion]]^ s-d & super stig[[/insertion]] the two upper a little darker green than the ground color, whitish outwardly Body terminating in a short tail, color pale whitish green. Packardia geminata (Auct. Packard) Is this = 256. = BB12 dark? [[end page]] [[start page]] 122 151 [[preprinted]]MONDAY MAY 30, 1876.[[/preprinted]] Eggs supposed to be of Arctia docta. [[underline]] var[[/underline]] antholia, [[underline]]No[[?]] 889[[/underline]] From Pasadena. Pale whitish yellow; subconicle, the apex rounded. the base much flattened and the broadest part. [[Inits?]] smooth so far as I could see and shiny. [[end page]]
132 158 123 [[preprinted]] Wednesday, May 31, 1876. [[/preprinted]] E. imperialis. Pupa. black, the body coarsely punctured, bet. segs. finely creased and dark brown the posterior edges of the segs more or less furnished with pointed projections. Wing cases with rows of points following the principal veins. Back of thorax 2 large wrinkled elevations Cremaster a large thick spine, wrinkled below, coarsely granulated above 5mm long 2 mm across 1.5 mm thick only very little tapering ending in 2 points at the outer edges, the depression bet them but slight [[end page]] [[start page]] 124 159 [[preprinted]]THURSDAY, JUNE 1, 1876. [[/preprinted]] Pupa Datana drexelii similar to D. ministra but larger. Black wing cases wrinkled body segments punctured cremasters two, very short & blunt, with each [[underline]]3[[/underline]] spines (called the cremaster by Mr. Bentenmüller) the outer ones sometimes very short, in a line in the lateral diameter of the body. (In D. ministra the cremasters have only 2 divergent spines) [[end page]]
160 125 [[preprinted]]FRIDAY, JUNE 2, 1876.[[/preprinted]] Lycaena? on V. acerifolium May 30, 1889. 7 mm long 3 mm wide, rather flattened segments 4-11 wrinkled up dorsally. Head small retractable & brown shiny. Light green, dorsal folds paler, a brown dorsal stripe. Body closely covered with minute white spots and minute pile whitish hair longer before and behind. Bet segs 5 & 6 is a darker shading concolorous with dorsal shade. D. shade not extending beyond the dorsal [[end page]] [[start page]] 135 [[preprinted]]SATURDAY, JUNE 3, 1876.[[/preprinted]] folds. Segs. also folded laterally below spiracles [[underline]]Pupa June 4[[/underline]] On back of leaf by tail and girdle. Lateral outline flat below, dorsum of abdomen arched depressed behind thorax which is again arched & narrower thru abdomen. Color brownish with dark dorsal line & 4 dark subdorsal stains on abdomen, 2 behind thorax & 2 posteriorly. [[end page]]
136 126 [[preprinted]]SUNDAY, JUNE 1, 1876.[[/preprinted]] On grass June 1, 1889. Grass green, head greenish testaceous with a wedge shaped black spot on each side [[strikethrough]]the head[[/strikethrough]] extending from above the middle [[insertion]]^ tapering[[/insertion]] downward. over the eyes A broad white [[strikethrough]]lateral[[/strikethrough]] stigmatae line, edged above with green darker than ground color, a narrow subdorsal & dorsal white line the latter edged with darker green. Body smooth, a few whitish hairs each surrounded by a minute whitish ring. Top of joint 12 cervical plate, concolorous [[left margin]][[vertical]]mandibles brown[[/vertical]][[/lleft margin]] [[end page]] [[start page]] 137 [[preprinted]]MONDAY, JUNE 2, 1876.[[/preprinted]] with the head. Legs green, thoracic feet tinged with brownish.
134 127 [[preprinted]]TUESDAY, JUNE 6, 1876.[[/preprinted]] A. octomaculata from Boston Jun 12, 1889. Body cylindrical when at rest [[?]] of at 5 & [[insertion]]12 permanent[[/insertion]] 12 segs. Head & cervical spot orange with [[insertion]]^ about[[/insertion]] 30 black spots with white hairs indistinctly mottled with brownish. Body white with many fine transverse dark brown lines 5 to 8 on each segment. On the middle of each seg [[insertion]]ex 2,3,&,13[[/insertion]] is a transverse orange band [[insertion]] more conspicuous on 5 6 7 & 12 [[/insertion]] brighter on the side & often obsoletley dorsally sometimes reflecting 1 or more of the [[end page]] [[start page]] 135 [[preprinted]]WEDNESDAY, JUNE 7, 1876.[[/preprinted]] [[strikethrough]]black[[/strikethrough]] brown lines in which is situated 2 rows of alternating black spots interrupting the brown lines & furnished each with a white hair. A [[strikethrough]]sigmatal[[/strikethrough]] subventral row of white spots concolorous with the ground color, of varying size, one bet joints 11 & 12 navel largest. Venter bluish white shaded with dark brown the orange bands interrupted, spotted with black. Base of legs orange with a black spot. legs black outwardly [[end page]]
146 [[preprinted]] THURSDAY, JUNE 8, 1876. [[/preprinted]] claspers dirty brown The larva appears bluish instead of white on account of the [[strikethrough]] black of the [[/strikethrough]] [[insertion]] appearance [[/insertion]] of the black line into the white. On woodbine. [[end page]] [[start page]] 147 128 [[preprinted]] FRIDAY, JUNE 9, 1876. [[/preprinted]] Tortricidae(?) on the flower & seeds of parsnip at Plattsburgh & Rhinebeck & all over June 20, 1889 Head a large conical spot shiny black. Body citron yellow with a row of black piliferous dots per seg. doubled dorsally by 2 more spots per seg. (Desc. not very careful) [[end page]]
148 168 129 occidentalis [[circled in blue pencil]]Feb 13 1897[[/circled in blue pencil]] [[preprinted]]SATURDAY, JUNE 10, 1876.[[/preprinted]] Apatela? on elm June 29, '89 Head dark mahogany red with blackish shading & a large pale mark [[image - like a three legged stool]] above the mouth. Body pale violet with a broad black dorsal stripe winding toward the head and ending on joint 12 in a large elevated circular black spot bearing 4 black warts furnishing a few tawny hairs. On each joint a row of cream colored warts furnishing a few tawny [[vertical irregular blue line through entire entry]] [[end page]] [[start page]] 149 [[preprinted]]SUNDAY, JUNE 11, 1876.[[/preprinted]] hairs. Two of them are situated in the black dorsal band & the band throws out a spine on each side [[insertion]]^ they[[/insertion]] half encircling 2 more )on joint 5-11) A dorsal row of red spots, 3 per seg. A faint yellowish subdorsal space (ventral duller colored than subdorsal space. Sides of the body furnishing thin white hairs. Spiracles black. Length 25 mm (See BB389 for moth) [[vertical irregular blue line through entire entry]] [[end page]]
130 [[preprinted]]MONDAY, JUNE 12, 1876.[[/preprinted]] Hadena (?) larva Aunt Ruth found in the cellar July 7, 1889. Head pale brown with black reticulation most distinct in the middle of the lobes. Body pale lined with a pinkish tinge, immaculate beneath. Dorsum & sides covered irregularly with dirty brown marks & [[insertion]]^ diffuse[[/insertion]] reticulation most distinct centrally on the segment. cervical spot dull brown square in [[end page]] [[start page]] [[preprinted]]TUESDAY, JUNE 13, 1876.[[/preprinted]] front but posteriorly it is angularly excavate & from the middle starts an indication of the obsolete dorsal line Spiracle black, A few short pale hairs [[end page]]
B86 cont. [[preprinted]]WEDNESDAY, JUNE 14, 1876.[[/preprinted]] On V. [[?]] [[overwritten]]4 ?[[/overwritten]]at Ulster Co. July 30, 1890. Hd dull whitish, [[strikethrough]]jaws[[/strikethrough]] mouth white, jaws & eyes black W 1.3 Body whitish with black dorsal line somewhat interrupted in seg. sutures. Long fluffy light yellow hair from skin, rather thinner centrally [[underline]] Molt Aug 3[[/underline]] [[overwritten]]5[[/overwritten]] Hd round dead white W 1.6 mm Jaws & eyes black. Body white 1 interrupted black dorsal line Long abundant [[underline]]white[[/underline]] [[end page]] [[start page]] c .7 .7 .8 1.0 1.3 1.6 2.1 2.6 3.2 7 - - - - 1.3 1.6 2.1 2.6 3.2 [[preprinted]]THURSDAY, JUNE 15, 1876.[[/preprinted]] fluffy hair like cotton & a thin pencil of black hair from 12 dorsal. Ventral somewhat greenish [[underline]]molt Aug 7[[/underline]] [[overwritten]]6[[/overwritten]] Hd same W 2.1 mm Body white dorsal line [[more?]] continuous. Hair fluffy white a few black hairs representing pencil cm 12. Length 20 mm [[underline]]Molt Aug 13[[/underline]] [[overwritten]]7[[/overwritten]] Hd W 2.6 mm Body same Pencil on 12 thin; black tipped with white. A [[strikethrough]]large[[/strikethrough]] black [[strikethrough]]spot[[/strikethrough]] trans band on ventral of 5,6 & 11 (none on 12). D. line black. 6-12 broken at seg sutures. Hair very fluffy white The feet blackish. [[end page]]
W hd 3.2 mm [[preprinted]]FRIDAY, JUNE 16, 1876.[[/preprinted]] [[underline]]Molt Aug 25[[overwritten]]8[[/overwritten]][[/underline]] Hd white a trans. black band over labrum & below eyes. the sutures [[insertion]]^ of [[image - triangle]] pl[[/insertion]] normal black & other blackish [[strikethrough] [[?]][[/strikethrough]] mouth [[insertion]] covering upper 2/3 of hd but leaving a space of white each side central suture jaws black, claspers white [[/insertion]] Body [[white?]], a dorsal, lateral row of black spots. Hair fluffy white, black dorsal pencil from 3,4 & 12, shorter ones not reaching above other hair on 6-11. The feet black abd blackish the claspers red. the lateral spots are inverted cordate, the dorsal almost a band. Eats shed skin hair and all. Ventral entirely black. (Some come yellow with yellow hair. Pencils pale brown tipped with black.) [[end page]] [[start page]] Diary of lepidoptea 1882 [[preprinted]]SATURDAY, JUNE 17, [[strikethrough]]1876.[[/strikethrough]][[/preprinted]] 188 Cynthia atalanta made chrysalis {June 17 - October 6 1882} [[underline]]pupa[[/underline]] Cylindrical, thorax [[insertion]]& part with cases[[/insertion]] larger than [[insertion]]^ rest of[[/insertion]] abdomen, evenly rounded abd gently tapering. 3 sutures feet to cases capable of motion at each abd segment (not pos 8 to thorax uncut the next suture) [[insertion]]^ on[[/insertion]] ant [[insertion]]^ edge[[/insertion]] are 6 creases (the last post to last movable seg) contains a row of punctiform depressions which recalls the sub [[image - rectangle]] [[?]] of Heterocampa etc. Cremaster short, thick, conical with very many short elevations on aborted spines Pupa very shiny mahogany red. The cases creased & abd punctured but very slightly L. 20, W 6.7 greatest [[end page]]
[[preprinted]]SUNDAY, JUNE 18, 1876[[/preprinted]] [[end page]] [[start page]] [[preprinted]]MONDAY, JUNE 19, 1876[[/preprinted]] 3 more C. Atalanta made chrysalis.
180 [[preprinted]]TUESDAY, JUNE 20, 1876.[[/preprinted]] Cynthia Atalanta made chrysalis. He was grey with white spines, instead of black. (fly in line(Aug.4)) [[end page]] [[start page]] 181 [[preprinted]]WEDNESDAY, JUNE 21, 1876.[[/preprinted]]
154 [[preprinted]]THURSDAY, JUNE 22, 1876.[[/preprinted]] Cynthia atalanta W. 6 made his chrysalis in the night. [[end page]] [[start page]] 155 [[preprinted]]FRIDAY, JUNE 23, 1876.[[/preprinted]]
182 [[preprinted]]SATURDAY, JUNE 24, 18[[strikethrough]]76.[[/strikethrough]][[/preprinted]] 82 1 Cynthia atalanta chry. Got lot of little caterpillars on elm leaf Arctia Leptos I think. Arctia Virginica laid 140 eggs in Arctia box. [[end page]] [start page]] 183 [[preprinted]]SUNDAY, JUNE 25, 18[[strikethrough]]76.[[/strikethrough]][[/preprinted]] 82 1 Cynthia Atalanta Chry. Got 3 chrysalids of Vanessa antiopa. 1 cat. off poplar. [[end page]]
184 [[preprinted]]MONDAY, JUNE 26, 18[[strikethrough]]76. [[/strikethrough]][[/preprinted]] 82 Got 2 chrysalids & 1 cat. of v. antiopa. Striped dryocampa came out. (Pygara ministra. [[end page]] [[start page]] 185 [[preprinted]]TUESDAY, JUNE 27, 1876.[[/preprinted]] Cynthia atalanta came out. no 1. Dryocampa Senatoria came out. Got burdock caterpillars [[end page]]
186 [[preprinted]]WEDNESDAY, JUNE 28, 18 [[/strikethrough]]76.[[/strikethrough]][[/preprinted]] 82 Eggs of Arctia virginica hatched. Our Atticus Cecropia out Cynthia atalanta No. 2. out, 9 1/2 days. Got caterpillars on wild morning glory, discrbed in other book. [[end page]] [[start page]] 187 [[preprinted]]THURSDAY, JUNE 29, 1876.[[/preprinted]] [[end page]]
[[printed]] Friday, June 30, 1876 [[end page]] [[start page]] Saturday, July 1, 1876 [[/printed]]
190 [[preprinted]]SUNDAY, JULY 2, 1876.[[/preprinted]] Got little tailed caterpillar on poplar Got also a number of eggs on the back of a poplar leaf. Babe (Cynthia atalanta) prepaired a house for transformations. [[end page]] [[start page]] 191 [[preprinted]]MONDAY, JULY 3, 1876.[[/preprinted]] Babe [[insertion]]^ was[[/insertion]] hung [[strikethrough]]g[[/strikethrough]] up 6 a.m.
192 [[preprinted]]TUESDAY, JULY 4, 18[[strikethrough]]76.[[/strikethrough]][[/preprinted]] 82 Babe chrysalis. Cynthia atalanta no 7 out. Let go. [[end page]] [[start page]] 193 [[preprinted]]WEDNESDAY, JULY 5, 1876.[[/preprinted]] Vanessa Antiopa out
194 [[preprinted]]THURSDAY, JULY 6, 1876.[[/preprinted]] Vanessa Antiopa out. Got Eudamonia Tityus caterpillars at Wild's. Got some eggs on a locust leaf. [[end page]] [[start page]] 195 [[preprinted]]FRIDAY, JULY 7, 1876.[[/preprinted]] Vanessa Antiopa out Deilephila lineata out. Got 2 Danais Archippus caterpillars across the river. [[end page]]
106 [[preprinted]] SATURDAY, JULY 8, 1876. [[/preprinted]] Locust leaf (July 6) eggs hatched, little bug. Got some eggs on ash at black fence. Got more Eudamus Tityrus caterpillars. Got Brown, speckled with blackish caterpillar on Strawberry (box 26) [ [[end page]] [[start page]] 197 [[preprinted]] SUNDAY, JULY 9, 1876. [[/preprinted]] Got elm caterpillars and eggs. Got Polyommatus comyntas w tails. [[end page]]
198 [[preprinted]]MONDAY, JULY 10, 18 [[strikethrough]]76.[[/strikethrough]][[/preprinted]]82 Eggs on milkweed (Euchaetes egle) hatched [[end page]] [[start page]] 199 [[preprinted]]TUESDAY, JULY 11, 1876.[[/preprinted]] Got Polyommatus comyntas Male & female D. Senatoria. Danais Archippus shed their skins for the 2nd time since we got them The 6-legged yellow cat. are nearly all chrysalids. Got some small cats on elm and ash. Let most of them A. textors go [[end page]]
200 [[preprinted]]WEDNESDAY, JULY 12, 18[[strikethrough]]76.[[/strikethrough]][[/preprinted]] 82 (BB77 Cat) On alder Aug 3, 1890 Hd bilobal, black a few hairs W 1.8 mm Body black warts concolorous. Hair thick but short. obscuring body tawny brown tipped with black & white scant subventrally. On 5,7 & 12 a black dorsal tuft higher than the rest of hairs & in s-d space on dorsum 5-13 the hair is white. [[underline]]Molt Aug 7[[/underline]] Hd bilobed smooth black shiny a few white hairs Labrum white W 2.4 mm [[vertical irregular blue line over entire entry]] [[end page]] [[start page]] 201 [[preprinted]]THURSDAY, JULY 13, 18[[strikethrough]]76.[[/strikethrough]][[/preprinted]] 82 Got 2nd Papilio Troilus on sassafras. Green cat on fern.(A Acraea) 2 arctias of pigweed (not virginiea [[strikethrough]][[noracra?]][[/strikethrough]]) Syracuse, Miss Browns 1st woodline cat. spun [Alfyia 8- maculata 384] Body black, spiracle white supe sty. sty part & sub sty. row of warts orange Hairs as before, then brown strongly tipped with white. [[underline]]Molt Aug 13[[/underline]] Hd as before. slightly creased [[vertical irregular blue line over final paragraph]] [[end page]]
202 [[preprinted]]FRIDAY, JULY 14, 18[[strikethrough]]76.[[/strikethrough]][[/preprinted]] 82 2 Teather winged moths came out Danais archippus hung up. Syracuse - Miss Lizzi's 2nd Woodbine cat. spun (Shed bd 3.5) W 3.2 mm Body black as before & hair same but tuft line little brighter thou other hair which is all tipped with white [[underline]]Molt Aug 20[[/underline]] Hd black shiny. labrum pale. A V-shaped pale line 11 to sutures of [[image - triangle]]-plate W 4.6 [[vertical irregular blue line through entire entry]] [[end page]] [[start page]] 203 [[preprinted]]SATURDAY, JULY 15, 18[[strikethrough]]76.[[/strikethrough]][[/preprinted]] 82 Teather winged moth came out. Turning yellow cat. came out. Red bug with black spot. Body black, spiracles white with black hair spiny of uniform length & also a little ridged on dorsal line. no tufts all feet red tipped with black & white A few long black ones from each extremity. [[underline]]Coon Sept 1[[/underline]] [[end page]]
202 [[preprinted]]SUNDAY, JULY 16, 18[[strikeout]]76.[[/strikeout]][[/preprinted]] 82 Both Danais Archippus caterpillars are chrysalis Both was so yesterday [[end page]] [[start page]] 203 [[preprinted]]MONDAY, JULY 17, 18[[strikeout]]76.[[/strikeout]][[/preprinted]] 82
206 [[preprinted]]TUESDAY, JULY 18, 18[[strikethrough]]76.[[/strikethrough]][[/preprinted]]82 [[strikethrough]](Papilio Asterias are chrysalids)[[/strikethrough]] [[end page]] [[start page]] 207 [[preprinted]]WEDNESDAY, JULY 19, 18[[strikethrough]]76.[[/strikethrough]][[/preprinted]]82 Arctia Virginica spun
208 [[preprinted]]THURSDAY, JULY 20, 18[[strikethrough]]76.[[/strikethrough]][[/preprinted]]82 Some Papilio Asterias are chrysalids) [[end page]] [[start page]] 209 [[preprinted]]FRIDAY, JULY 21, 18[[strikethrough]]76.[[/strikethrough]][[/preprinted]]82 [[strikethrough]]Arctia Textor spun, A. Isabella spun.[[/strikethrough]] (July 23)
[[preprinted]]SATURDAY, JULY 22, 18[[strikethrough]]76.[[/strikethrough]][[/preprinted]]82 Got 20 Eudamus Tityrus caterpillars on vine. Got 10 Papilio Troilus. Got 1 Papilio Batesias. Got egg on sasafras. [[end page]] [[start page]] [[preprinted]]SUNDAY, JULY 23, 1876.[[/preprinted]] Arctia Textor and a Isabella spun. Several P. Batesias are chrysalids. (Got 2 cats on woodbine, Eudryas Grata. Got some Euchaetes Egle.
[[strikethrough pre-printed date 76]]82 Papilio Batesias chrysalids (Orgyia leucostigma made cocoon. He was from Niagara falls. [[end page]] [[start page]] [[strikethrough pre-printed date 76]]82 Danais Archippus came out. O. leucostigma is a chrysalis. Black Sphinx Aunt Lucy got is a chrysalis. 2 A. Virginica made cocoons. Eggs on poplar (July 2) hatched Got 1 pale green sphinx striped obliquely with white on the sides. Got 1 like it yesterday Denis brought 1 like it damaged the day before. (Got female Colias[[?]] Philodice while laying eggs. Brought home
[[strikethrough pre-printed date 76]]82 Put 6 little caterpillars of Papilio Troilus back on the sasafras and got 1 larger one. [[end page]] [[start page]] [[strikethrough pre-printed date 76]]82 Danais Archippus No 2 came out. Didn't spread out Green sphinx (2nd good 1) entered the ground I got him today on the sand hill. Got 1 Papilio Troilus.
214 Friday, July 28 18 [[strikeout]] 76 [[/strikeout]] 82 Got 3rd good Green sphinx at Mrs. Ashers' Butterfly net made. Caught Papilio Turnns and ^[[insert]] male [[/insert]] Militaea Pharos [[end page]] [[start page]] 215 Saturday, July 29, 18 [[strikeout]] 76 [[/strikeout]] Went out for butterflies with net made yesterday Caught several among which more Argyinnis Aphrodite, Eudanns Cathyllus and Hippordia Alope.
216 Sunday, July 30, 18[[strikeout]] 76 [[/strikeout]] 82 5 Papilis Asterias came out. Caught 1 good P. Turnns (3:15 p.m. Let 2 male P. Asterias (clipped). gs (3:40 p.m. Let 1 male P Asterias (clipped) gs. Last Asterias became chrysalis [[end page]] [[start page]] 217 Monday, July 31, 18 [[strikeout]] 76 [[/strikeout]] 82 Papilir Troilus chrysalis 6 P. Asterias out (1 not spread) 6:30 p.m. ;et 4 P Ast. go (clipped) 3 male 1 female.
218 Tuesday, August 1, 18 [[strikeout]] 76 [[/strikeout]] 82 Got 1 Erndamn Zitijous cat. " 1 green sphinx grape 3:20 p.m. 1 male P.A. (clipped) Arctia Isabella(spun this year) came out 6:45 p.m. 2 male P.A. (clipped) 3 Papilio Asterias came out Caught at the black fence 4 P. Turnne 2 Argymis Aphrodite & 2 polyannatins Comyintas Let all go but Turnns & 1 Aphrodite Got 1 Lophocampa Caryae Got green cat spotted with black, large head holds up his hind feet, eats hickory [[end page]] [[start page]] 219 Wednesday, August 2, 18 [[strikeout]] 76 [[/strikeout]] 82 Let go at 8:30 a.m. 3 female PA (clipped) 8:40 a.m. 1 male Pa (clipped) 9 a.m. 1 female PA (clipped) 4 p.m. 2 male PA (clipped) Got 1 red Philainpelus Achernon in the kitchen Got at the track Asctia Arge Got 1 cat Eudryas Grata 2 cats like Cl. Parnifinatrix without red spots on back Some eggs on woodbind 7 Papilis Asterias came out.
280 Thursday, August 3, 18 [[strikeout]] 76 [[/strikeout]] 82 6 a.m. 2 male & 2 female R. Asterias let go (clipped) Got 1 Orgyia Lincostigma [[insert]] cat. [[/insert]] 2 p.m. 2 male P.A. (clipped) Got across stu river 1 Lycaema Americana with notch on wings 1 Papilio of a nus kind 2 cats Orgyia Lincostigma 2 little green sphinx 11 Papilio Asteriae came out 7:10 p.m. 1 female P.A. (both wings clipped) (Motten found a caterpillers of a laffet moth which I think is bastropachia Americana [[end page]] [[start page]] Friday, August 4, 18 [[strikeout]] 76 [[/strikeout]] 82 8 a.m. [[insert]] (yesterdays) [[/insert]] 4 female P.A. (clipped) let go Orgyia Lincostigma out 2 Chocricanipafarmpimatrix spern 2 Arctia Virginica out 12 N. 2 female PA (1 clipped) 2 cats of deryocampa Pellucida 6 p.m. 1 female f.a. (clipped) (6 female Papilio Asterias came out 1 not spread.
222 Saturday, August 5, 18 [[strikeout]] 76 [[/strikeout]] 82 8:15 am [[insert]] (yesterdays) [[/insert]] 2 female PA (clipped) Papilio Troilus 2 chrysalised Laffet Caterpillar spun 1:30 p.m. let go 3 female & 1 male Papilio Asteria (clipped) Got 3 more cats. Papilio Troilus 5:15 p.m. 1 female P.A. (clipped) 5 Papilio Asterias came out Got 1 Vanessa Antiopa cat [[end page]] [[start page]] 223 Sunday, August 6, 18 [[strikeout]] 76 [[/strikeout]] 82 9:15 a.m. 1 female P.A. (clipped) Vanessa Antiopa made cly (fell) Orgyia Lincostigma no 2 spun 3:30 p.m. let go 1 female PA (clipped) not well [[insert]] (could not fly) [[/insert]] spread out. Got 1 chrysalis of female Orgyia Lincostigma Got 1 cat. of Vanessa Antiopa [[insert]] (second) [[/insert]]
224 Monday, August 7, 18 [[strikethrough]] 76. [[/strikethrough]] 82 1 female [[insert]] let go [[/insert]] PA (clipped) 2 Clucosamae Pamprinabrix chrysalids 2 Arctia Lextors came [[insert]] (fd) [[/insert]] out, male & female, Vanessa Antiopa no 2, [[insert]](tomorrow) [[/insert]] Chrysel [[end page]] [[start page]] 225 Tuesday, August 8, 18 [[strikethrough]] 76 [[/strikethrough]] 82
226 Wednesday, August 9, 18 [[strikethrough]] 76 [[/strikethrough]] 82 8:15 a.m. 1 male p. A [[insert]] stereos [[/insert]] out (Moth from brown cat with green neck raising lat legs is out. Got across the rings Danais Archippurs Nymphalis Dueippe Heteropterius Margriatus Got Nymphalis Ephestion but he escaped. [[end of page]] [[start of page]] 227 Thursday, August 10, 18 [[Strikethrough]] 76 [[/strikethrough]] 82 Peru caught a slightly battered nymphalis Ephestion 1 female Orgyia Leucostigma [[insert]] out [[/insert]]
Friday , August 11, 18 [[strikeout]] 76 [[/strikeout]] Orgyia Lincostigma no 3 chrysalised. female Arctia Isabella out. (See Aug 31) G. Americana is a chrysalis. Has been [[insert]] some time [[/insert]] so (I have a cat. looking like an arctian. He is brown with a black head. Light stripe on his side. Brown hair blacker on his head & tail spreading from warts. Top of 10th segment & pink spots. [[end page]] [[start page]] Saturday, August 12, 1876 Got 2 Papilio Troilus cats. Sae a Papilio Thoaz. Found a [[insert]] A [[/insert]] cat. on locust. Got 1 Saturnia clo. Got black & red artian B Got 1 Papilio Troilus, green [[page end]]
Sunday, August 13, 18 [[strikeout]] 76 [[/strikeout]] 82 Got Saturnia So (no 2) (Uncle Joe caught Papilio Thoary 1 tail gone. Got 2nd Apetela Americana Got 4 Ceratocanifia Regalis Got 3 ceratomia 4-coins. & other small cats. at W. [[end page]] [[start page]] Monday, August 14, 18 [[strikeout]] 76 [[/strikeout]] 82 Got in Boston, am awful lot of cocoons & batches of eggs of Orgyis Lincostigma.
228 Tuesday, August 15, 1876 [[end page]] [[start page]] 229 Wednesday, August 16, 1876
230 Thursday, August 17, 1876.82 Got in Boston several little brown & yellow cats [[end page]] [[start page]] 231 Friday, August 18, 18[[strikethrough]]76.[[strikethrough]] 82 Let go a Vanessa Antiopa Got
SATURDAY, AUGUST 19,18[[strikethrough]]76[[strikethrough]]82 Got 2 cats Attaens Luna. Got about 8 cats. at Urid's. They were blueish white. Head, legs, & tail yellow, 6 black warts on each wing, on 2nd & 3rd rings 2 long red warts, on the 11th ring 1 long yellow wart. Are they Attacus Prometha? (yes) [[end page]] [[start page]] 233 SUNDAY, AUGUST 20, 18[[strikethrough]]76[[strikethrough]]82 Got 9 Attacus Polyphemus. 3 cats of Papilio ^[[insert] Luruus [[/insert]] on ash.
234 MONDAY, AUGUST 21, 18[[strikethrough]]76[[/strikethrough]]82 Got in Ulster co. 5h Hisippea, 3 Argynnis Idalia, 3 A Bellona, 1 N. Ephestion. Got 2 cats. Color grey, on 5,6,7 8,& 10th rings black tuft of hairs on top. Hairs on side of body & neck. [[strikethrough]]red[[/strikethrough]] [[insert]] brown velvet band [[/insert]] on neck, 4 green spots on each ring, striped with black lines. Head & feet orange, black stripe beneath, 1 1/2 inches in length, Found on an ash tree on the mountain Aptetodes angelica [[in left margin written vertically]] See Aug 27 [[end page]] [[start page]] TUESDAY, AUGUST 22, 18[[strikethrough]]76[[strikethrough]]82 Got 4 sphinx Ininquemaculatus 2 with cocoons of parasite on.
237 Wednesday, August 23, 18 [[strikeout]] 76 [[/strikeout]] 82 Got 3 S. Ininquemaculatus 1 with cocoons on him. Got 1 Attacus Polyphemus 1 Saturnia cl. cat. [[end page]] [[start page]] 238 Thursday, August 24, 18 [[strikeout]] 76 [[/strikeout]] 82 [[underlined]] (BB 113 cont) [[/underlined]] On poplar Overlook mtn Aug 8, 1890. Hd wider than high, W 3.4 m rounded greenish white, mouth & antenna white. eye blackish Body thick flattened a little vertically joint 13 sloping rapidly. Translucent clear green with 2 trans rows per seg of small round slightly elevated yellow spots, minutely [[?]] [[strikethrough]]except[[/strikethrough]]absent on venter[[?]]. Dorsally on 3 are 2 fleshy tubercles[[?]] close together, colored red. On 5, 9 & 12 over the dors[[?]] from just above spiracle
239 Friday, August 25, 18 [[strikeout]] 76 [[/strikeout]] 82 Got Vanessa Comnia[[?]] " Pink bird wings moth " large Attacus Promethia [[insert]] cat. [[/insert]] is a curved slight fold its concavity toward the ant. end of body, colored light yellow & bordered in front by a fine black line. The bases of and feet have a red band bordered above with yellow. Spiracle small whitish preselled above by a small black speck. [[end page]] [[start page]] 240 Saturday, August 26, 18[[strikethrough]]76[[/strikethrough]]82 Got 1 cat Ceratocampa Regalis Got 1 cat Luresinthus[[?]] Juglandis (BB2) On witch hazel, Plattsburgh N.M., Sept. 15, 1894. Hd slight below 2, bilobed, dull whitish covered with rounded ol[[?]] horny patches composed of closely segregated dots, these separated by irregular lines of the ground color. W. 3.7 ± Body[[?]] a little enlarged at 12[[?]] i2ii[[?]] in a square, waist[[?]] small with 1 large arm a few small radiate hairs. Olive green. Paler S.V a brown[[?]] creamy white
241 Subday, August 27, 18 [[strikeout]] 76 [[/strikeout]] 82 (1 mountain cat. became chrysalis without cocoon 2 Pygaera ministra chrys. Chrysalis of mountain cat. Smooth & shiny 7/8 inch long. row of elevated dots on each ring 3 of [[strikeout]] them [[/strikeout]] (the rows)going all around. between which 3 are 2 larger elevated dots. [[in left margin]] See Aug 21 [[/in left margin]] dasal band ([[?]] to iii) but retracted up om 12 c-gh oliaeons as also front part of 3 & 4 dorsaly on 5, 8, 9 & 12 a [[end page]] [[start page]] 242 Monday, August 28, 18 [[strikeout]] 76 [[/strikeout]] 82 Got some Clostera Inclusa rounded velocity dark horn patch slightly olvaceur covering i & ii except on 5 where it only covers i; similar pale olivaceur patch covering i on 6, 7 , 10, 11 and 13 the latter darken & elongate; a faint v-shade, apex backward extends former from the spot on 12. Feet all pale. Hairs black spiracles white, black ringed
243 [[preprinted]] Tuesday, August 29, 18[[strikethrough]]76.[[/strikethrough]] 82 Got some Saturnia Io cats " 11 S. Maia cats on wild cherry. [[image]] "black io" Got 11 Cerura Borealis. cats. (A Pygaera,* black longitudanly striped with yellow, a few long white hairs. Top of head read; rest, and feet & tail, black. Black also on 11th segment. Got 1 Smerinthus myops [[insertion]] cat [[/insertion]] Got some other cats. * Acronycta Radcliffei [[H?]] '88 [[end page]] [[start page]] 244 [[preprinted]] Wednesday, August 30, 18[[strikethrough]]76.[[/strikethrough]] 82 [[/preprinted]] Got some S. Io cats. 2nd A. Luna chrysalised [[strikethrough]] (BB119) Body faintly greenish, [[?]] white with obscure d & s-d & lat. white lines. the s-d space considerably overwashed with white. Warts large (except iv very small) with considerable long silky white hair. Spiracles faintly ocher [[underline]] Molt Aug 14 [[/underline]] Hd rounder, shiny black. A yellow [[image of triangle]] spot in clypeus and one like it each side next clypeal suture. A few white hairs w. 4.5 [[?]] Bod black, a little grayish [[/strikethrough]] [[end page]]
245 [[preprinted]] Thursday, August 31, 18[[/strikethrough]]76.[[/strikethrough]] 82 Got [[strikethrough]] a few [[/strikethrough]] 2 C. Borealis, Attacus Promethia spun. [[strikethrough]] a series of [[?]] whitish spots between I and I on 7 - 11. Feet and venter pale, anal plate white. Warts large, pale gray, hair very long abundant, white. No secondary hairs. Spiracles white. Charadra deridens (See Packard Forest [[?]]) [[/strikethrough]] [[end page]] [[start page]] 246 [[preprinted]] Friday, September 1, 18[[strikethrough]]76.[[/strikethrough]] 82 Got 2 Saturnia Io cats on Attacus Polyphemus spun [[end page]]
247 Saturday, September 2, 18 [[strikeout]] 76 [[/strikeout]] 82 The first P. Troilus came out today. got a sphinx on ash [[end page]] [[start page]] 248 Sunday, September 3, 18 [[strikeout]] 76 [[/strikeout]] 82 2nd mountain cat. made a chrysalis without a cocoon as did the first [[in left margin]] See Aug 27 [[/in left margin]]
249 [[preprinted]] Monday, September 4, 18 [strikethrough]] 76. [[/strikethrough]] 82 Some Io's spun.(Chrysalis found in cocoon on poplar a few days ago, is white with some black on it. [[end page]] [[start page]] No. 1 No. 2 250 [[preprinted]] Tuesday, September 5, 18 [[strikethrough]] 76. [[/strikethrough]] 82 [[/preprinted]] (Found a Limacode [[insertion]] ^ 21 of them [[/insertion]] on Wild cherry (No.1 ) Description - 4/5 in long, 3/5 high, color red, with brown markings. 2 Short warts on 3rd, 4th & 11th seg. covered with prickles, & row of prickles on each side. Thickest near the head & tapers to a tail. Head is brown. (Got 3 cats, 2 got before 1 is spun. For description see Jan. 15, page 33. (No 2) Got some other cats. Got Pygaera black spotted with white. Head & feet red. (P. maculata (H)) Datana Major ([[?]]) [[end page]]
251 [[preprinted]] Wednesday, September 6, 18[[strikethrough]]76. [[/strikethrough]] [[/preprinted]] 82 Got some cats. (BB105) [[Moult?]] Hd 3.6 ~ as before body as before, the dorsal green patch covers the back row 5 post to 13 ant extending irregulary to the s-d line but to [[?]] 10, containing 2 dorsal patches of [[?]] color mottled with [[?]] [[?]] on 5 - 7 & a little on 8 the other on 10. The green patch is a little [[?]] anteriorly is [[?]] both sides with an [[i?]] [[?]] line [[end page]] [[start page]] No. 3. 252 [[preprinted]] Thursday, September 7, 18[[strikethrough]]76.[[/strikethrough]] 82. [[/preprinted]] Got some [[insertion]] (3) [[/insertion]] flat cocoons on Wild's well No 3. Two had come out. On 5 -7 & by a brown shade on 8 - 10, spiracle black with brown central line. [[?]] hump on 12 is slight. [[end page]] s
253 [[preprinted]] Friday, September 8, 18[[strikethrough]]76.[[/strikethrough]] 82 Got some Attacus [[Polyphle?]] [[?]] caterpillars. Got a large green Ceratomia [[Inadricorins?]]. [[margin:]] Sept 4 (Got 3 more cocoons of poplar cat., on ash. [[end page]] [[start page]] 154 [[preprinted]] Saturday, September 9, 18[[strikethrough]]76.[[/strikethrough]] 82 Got some Dryocampa Rubicunda cats. at W. Got 2 Ceratomia 4. [[corins?]] [[end page]]
255 № 4 № 5 № 6 [[preprinted]] Sunday, September 10, 18[[strikethrough]]76.[[/strikethrough]] 82 No. 4 Green Limaeode eats wild cherry. .6 in long .3 wide. It has a tail & a point on each side in the middle of the back. White line along the back, 2 white spots near the tail. A few white & brown markings on the sides. Found sometime [[?]]. No 5 Rusty Limacodes. East wild cherry. Color blackish yellow. 2 yellow stripes along back. 4 longitudinal rows of warts covered with prickles [[insertion]] 6 red spots [[/insertion]] № 6 See pg 34 Jan. 16) [[end page]] [[start page]] 256 [[preprinted]] Monday, September 11, 18[[strikethrough]]76.[[/strikethrough]] 82 [[preprinted]] Got, yesterday, L. Caryae, cats. L. 363, & C. 4 cornis. 1 cocoon of poplar cat on ash (Sept. 8) with cat. not chrysalis. It is a looper 1 1/4 in. long, green, 10 legs, largest in that part of his body that is without legs. Today - 2 Attacus Polyphemus cats. began to spin 1 A. [[Promethia?]] spun. [[?]] Myops No 1 chry. Got 1 cocoon of poplar cat on ash (See today & Sept 4) [[end page]]
287 [[preprinted]] Tuesday, September 12, 18[[strikethrough]]76.[[/strikethrough]] [[/preprinted]] 82 Got a lot of cats - Lophocampa 363, C. 4. cornis, [[?]] Buralis , A. Polyphemus. Lophocampa caryae &c&c&c. Got a yellow moth spotted with brown. The shape of a [[?]] [[end page]] [[start page]] [[258?]] N[[underline]]o[[/underline]] 7 [[preprinted]] Wednesday, September 13, 18[[/strikethrough]]76.[[/strikethrough]] 82 Bot cat. on lilac about 2 in. long. [[Ground?]] color brown with white on the sides meeting over the back. Covered with a few hairs, and the former skins shed off its head sticking to the hairs on its neck. The 11th segment is humped. It has 16 legs. No. 7 {SeeBB86} got 3 sphinx [[Cinera?]] 2 had flies. There were 208 cocoons on one! [[end page]]
259 [[preprinted]]THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 14, 18[[strikethrough]]76[[/strikethrough]].[[/preprinted]]82 Got 1 Sphinx Cinerea Got 5 Mountain cat. 1 Dryocampa Imperialis 2 ash-tree Sphinx (Took 1 cocoon of Attacus Promethia on sasafras ((BB105) on black oak, Aug 2 1890. Hd. higher than wide only a little narrower at top than bottom, flat in front and at sides, [[?]] slightly in vertical suture seventh [[?]]. White, with 2 vertical dark brown bands mottled with yellowish, one on each [[?]] [[end page]] [[start page]] 260 [[preprinted]]FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 18[[strikethrough]]76.[[/strikethrough]]. [[/preprinted]] 82 Got 1 large [[C?]] Borealis. Got a sphinx on ash and 1 (different) on maple. between front & sides, dented inwardly, joined by a [[insertion]] ^ small [[/insertion]] [[image - triangle]] patch at vertex, thus dividing the ground color between them into 5 white spots by 2 sub - [[image - triangle]] above 2 round centrally and a large spot curving and extending a little beyond [[image - triangle]] plate. [[?]], mouth & antennae white. On the side some joints brown [[?]] rest 5 & 6 contracted making the body high there [[end page]]
261 [[preprinted]] SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 18[[strikethrough]]76.[[/strikethrough]]. [[/preprinted]] 82 First Limacodes "Roser" spun. Mottling irregularly dividing the ground color into spots. W 2.6 mm [[insertion]](2.5 + 2-) [[/insertion]] Body shaped as in Coelodasys but not humped at 8 seg. On j5 a dorsal process long, pointing forward surmounted by 2 [[tubercles?]]. on 12 a slight broad conical hump bearing 2 tubercles. These represent the [[insertion]] ^ corresponding [[/insertion]] tubercles of Coelodasys and are all present but minute [[?]] [[end page]] [[start page]] 262 [[preprinted]]SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 18[[strikethrough]]76.[[/strikethrough]]. [[/preprinted]] 82 (One of the cocoons of poplar cat came out, male. Moth same as Sept 12 (See Sept 11 &c) (Gastropacha Americana came out. It is G. Velleda & a female. 2 P. [[Turuns?]] suspended. Got some [[D.?]] Senatoria cat Dorsal ones rather more distinct, each with a pair. Feet normal, the last pair out stretched as in Coelodays. On the lateral region of 2 - 4 except at base of 2 and a narrow [[end page]]
263 [[preprinted]]MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 18[[strikethrough]]76[[/strikethrough]].[[/preprinted]] 82 [Tolype laricis HGD 1888] Male Gastropacha Velleda (No 3, found on Wild's well Sept 7) came out last night. Got a full grown P. [[T?]] cat. 1 P. [[T?]] chrysalised dorsal band on 2 - 4 narrowing past almost to obsoleteness on 4, is a dark green patch, another on the dorsum of [[insertion]]5 post [[/insertion]] 6 - 13 (sd-sp) on 5-7 [[insertion]] especially dorsally [[[/insertion]] partly replaced and mixed with brown and whitish mottling. [[end page]] [[start page]] 264 [[preprinted]] TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1876. [[/preprinted]] Another female poplar cocoon came out. I got 2 green sphings spotted with red, on elm. 1 P. [[T?]] chrysalised gradually coming down on the side post to the spiracle on 10 [[?]] again a little and widened abruptly at the anal feet The rest of the body in the dorsal & lateral regions is whitish irregularly mottled with dark [[end page]]
265 [[preprinted]] Wednesday, September 20, 18[[strikethrough]]76.[[/strikethrough]] [[/preprinted]] 82 Got some moths & spread them out [[line]] brown which predominates m i-spot dorsal band. 2 - 4 [[insertion]] ^ in a sub obsolete s-d band [[insertion]] 5 - 9 [[?]] blackish [[/insertion]] [[/insertion]] in a [[strikethrough]] [[?]] [[/strikethrough]] 2-v [[insertion]] ^ 3-curved [[/insertion]] line [[bordering?]] the [[?]] green patch below & [[?ing} a branch over the spiracle on 2, on anal plate, sub [[?]] on 10 and [[insertion]] ^ [[/strikethrough]] sub [[/strikethrough]] [[/insertion]] [[/strikethrough]] ventrally (really sub) [[/strikethrough]] [[insertion]] in the lover s-v region [[/insertion]] on [[insertion]] ^ 5.6 & [[/insertion]] 10 - 12 A dorsal patch of ground color on 10, the dorsal processes are tipped with horns, but the tubercles whitish. [[end page]] [[start page]] 266 [[preprinted]] Thursday, September 21, 1876. [[/preprinted]] Packed all the cats. & chrys for Boston. Post & ant to spiracle on 11 as a round white spot succeeded above & below by other smaller ones Base of j2 & venter 2 - 4 feet on 7 -0 waxy white venter 5 6 & ventral band 11 - 13 opaque white The feet finely marked with brown, abd with 2 curved brown lines, on 10 obscured by the heavy brown shading anal feet pointed bearing a [[?]] hair & [[?]] body (See Sept 6) [[end page]]
267 (BB 25 cont) [[preprinted]] FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1876. [[/preprinted]] On chestnut & white oak July 15, 1890. [[underline]] Stage 2 mm hd* [[underline]] slightly bilobed, yellowish green not shiny. Mouth & palpi pale, eye black. Body greenish frosted with white, a faint yellowish s-d line which color also borders anal plate. A few short hairs Length 16 mm [[underline]] Stage 3.3 mm hd [[/underline]] as next stage, molt July 15 [[underline]] Hd 5.5 mm [[/underline]] Whitish green minutely [[?greened]] No depression at summit [[end page]] [[start page]] 268 [[preprinted]] SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1876. [[/preprinted]] eyes black on white ground [[strikethrough]] palpi[[/strikethrough]] [[insertion]] [[?]] [[/insertion]] & labrum pale, jaws yellow outwardly, black inwardly. Body same whitish green, somewhat frosted on dorsum with many elliptical small elevated yellow spots on the side [[insertion]] ^ like very small & [[?]] eggs [[/insertion]] and also dorsal post. A yellow s-d band not reaching either extremity, anal plate bordered with yellow Spiracle pale reddish with red brown narrow border. [ [[underline]] Another [[/underline]] hd. 3.6 mm as in [[?]] stage dead] [[end page]]
269 [[preprinted]]SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1876.[[/preprinted]] *little one molt [[underline]] July 18 [[/underline]] Hd [[strikethrough]] pale [[/strikethrough]]dead yellowish green. Eyes black. W 2.7 (2.5 + 3 -) Body whitish green with yellow s-d line & border to anal plate [[underline]] Moult July 27 [[/underline]] Hd 3.6 (3.5+, 4-) [[underline]] Molt Aug 3 [[/underline]] Hd 5.5 (5+, 5.5+-) [[underline]] Pupa [[/underline]] A line flattened below Robust thickened at first of cases, sounding [[insertion]] ^ rather [[/insertion]] rapidly both ways, cases not prominent. Cremaster a single spine with 2 tufts pointing nearly outward [[image]] Body punctured Cases creased Color dark mahogany red cases almost black L 20 W 6 1/2 [[end page]] [[start page]] (BB 72 cont) 270 [[cataloging note]] [[?]] book [[preprinted]] MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1876. [[/preprinted]] Coon of silk in rolled leaf close fitting to pupa [[underline]] Pupa [[/underline]] cylindrical [[insertion]] ^ little flattened [[ventaly?]] [[/insertion]] eyes & wing cases prominent. Blunt at both ends, the head square, abd segs not tapering but the last square & blunt. Cremaster is short with rounded prominence, smooth. Body punctured dorsally wing cases finely creased Pupa brownish yellow the head & [[insertion]]thorax [[?]] [[/insertion]] cases [[?]] shaded with blackish brown [[strikethrough]] as is the last seg [[/strikethrough]] and the back but slightly Spiracles dark brown L. 11 mm W 4. [[strikethrough]] eyes black [[/strikethrough]] [[end page]]
271 [[underline]] Sawfly on Elm [[/underline]] [[preprinted]] TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1876. [[/preprinted]] [[[underline]] July 29 [[/underline]] hd. round, flat in front mouth parts protruded down dirty orange, shiny eye black mouth brownish. W 2.2 mm Body The feet well developed with claws, pal orange. Abd. absent Their places represented by black tubercles on all segs, smaller first. Body little enlarged in S-V. sp. dirty yellowish the anal plate & many spots black, the latter in 4 [[insertion]] irregular [[/insertion]] longitudinal rows 3 per seg. the [[?]]-v ones long & oblique. Length 22 mm [[underline]] Coon [[/underline]] of silk brown, elliptical opaque [[end page]] [[start page]] (BB 15 cont) 272 [[preprinted]] WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1876. [[/preprinted]] [[strikethrough]] with 2 rows of spined short tubercles ① in s-d sp cont 5 - 12 ② 2-d and 3 more lateral small, ① is also present on j2 small, row ② is there triple, 2 together another past. And small ones on anal plate; each bears a fine white hair Both pale whitest. [[?]] showing green. An interrupted s-d white band. Tubercles yellowish. [[underline]] Molt July 31 [[/underline]] Hd as before, pale whitish, faintly mottled with brown in first. W 2.2 [[?]] brownish (2 +, 2.5 -) [on other 2.1] [[end page]]
273 [[preprinted]] THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1876. [[/preprinted]] [[Note: both pages are strikethroughs]] [[strikethrough]] labrum white. Dorsal rows of tubercles smooth conical. Those on the side very small, each with a hair. s-d band much interrupted, a dorsal & 2 lateral rows of yellow spots like interrupted irregular lines warts ① & ② surrounded by brown rings which shade together and obtain [[?]] along dorsal line. [[underline]] Molt Aug 16 [[/underline]] Hd 3.2 mm Head dull purplish red pale whitish over [[image - triangle]] pl [[strikethrough]] [[end page]] [[start page]] 274 [[preprinted]] FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1876. [[/preprinted]] [[strikethrough]] lower parts & central sutures the upper 2/3 mottled with spots composed of segregations of little whitish spots in clusters. Mouth parts white jaws black. Body dark brown, pale whitish ventraly warts yellow, each with a hair. In s-d space a series of large rounded oblique pale yellow patches tinged with orange each on 1 seg. and extending a little onto the next [[insertion]] ^ coverg ① & ② [[/insertion]] 2 lateral rows of similar spots but smaller & interrupted, not distinctly oblique. Spiracles white [[?]] ⑤ and ④ [[/strikethrough]] [[end page]]
275 [[preprinted]] SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1876. [[/preprinted]] [[strikethrough]] with narrow black border The spots become wholly suffused with red appearing orange colored [[underline]] [[For?]] pupation [[/underline]] Aug 28 [[/strikethrough dated Feb 18 1897]] Bred by G.H.H. winter of 1893-4 [[underline]] Acronycta [[/underline]] sp [[end page]] [[start page]] (BB 91 cont) 276 [[preprinted]] SUNDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1876. [[preprinted]] On little poplar at Livingston singly but several on same plants in house of leaves & silk. Ichthyura [Egg shells 2 - 7 on upper side leaf. Not touching. Hemispherical, base flat. Color ? (shells are dead white). Diam .9 mm Hatch larger hole in the top] Hd 2.2 round, flattened in front, depressed at the sutures Black, shading into brown centrally, bases of antennae pale. Shiny, a few hairs. Body somewhat flat, a subconial short thick [end page]]
277 [[preprinted]] MONDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1876. [[/preprinted]] dorsal hump [[insertion]] ^ on 5 & 12 nearly black[[/insertion]] each surmounted by a pair of piliferous tubercles. Dark wine red [[insertion]] becoming purplish black somewhat mottled [[/insertion]], the s-d space except 5 & 12 yellow & containing, 3 wine red lines. Five rows of [[insertion]] ^ small [[/insertion]] tubercles each emit a hair, those in subventral space longer & [[insertion]] ^ some[[/insertion]] yellow the lower 2 per seg. (on 7 & 8 more yellow) blacks [[insertion]] c-space anal plate, the feet & abd distinct [[/insertion]] venti paler - pinkish. the feet brownish Feet normal, hair whitish [[underline] ]Molt Aug 2 [[/underline]] Hd 3.7 (4 - 3.5 +) Hd black punctured, with some hair broadly [[end page]] [[start page]] 278 [[preprinted]] TUESDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1876. [[/preprinted]] brown [[?]] the sutures. [[image - triangle]] ft & mouth shiny black [[?]] & antennae white Dorsal process on 5 rather long, on 12 shorter, black Body deep vinous [[insertion]] ^ or purple brown [[/insertion]] approaching black. Body as before. As the [[?]] advances, the yellow marks become orange and the purple brown [[?]] mottled with white and fading to blue. The orange marks on the sides become more diffuse & larger surrounding the spiracles in a large cloud and also extends on 5 & 12 dorsally except where the processes are. Coon bet. leaves [[end page]]
279 [[preprinted]] WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1876. [[/preprinted]] of silk Aug 8 web like, rather strong but thin [[underline]] Pupa Aug 10 [[/underline]] Cylindrical, a little depressed back of thorax. wing cases prominent Dorsum gently arched, abd segs. broadly tapering Cremaster consists of a slender spine, curved downwards & a little thickened at the end; it is well fastened in the silk of cocoon. Dark blackish brown. the body finely mottled with reddish brown and the wing cases along [[end page]] [[start page]] 280 [[preprinted]] THURSDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1876. [[/preprinted]] the veins streaked finely with same color. Shiny. Body sparsely punctured, more bet. segs. cases smooth [[underline]] Imago[[/underline]] Aug 17 [[strikethrough]] Ichthyura albosigma [[underline]] In woods Aug 24 [[/underline]] spun together 2 larva like micro. Hd black, mouth a little paler W .6 mm.[[insertion]] [[shed?]] hd .8 [[/insertion]] Body yellow, purple brown on the sides except large yellow s-v warts on 2 - 4, 6, 9 - 12, the color extends across the back on 2, 5, 7 & 8, 12 & first on 13 not completely replacing the yellow on 7 & 8. An indistinct [[?]] dorsal line purple brown, venter dull brownish, 5 & 12 a little enlarged dorsally a few white hairs. C-spot nearly linear, black. [[?]] 8 mm [[underline]] Molt Aug 27 [[/underline]] Hd black & shiny depressed at sutures [[?]] [[?]] above. antennae white at base w 1.6 mm Body velvety black with a vinous tinge, [[?]] dorsal tubercles close together on 5 & 12. C spot & anal plate black. S-d sp 3, 4, 6 -11 (obscurely on 7, 8) & 13 yellow with [[?]] line, s-v warts yellow as before. Few short whitish hairs. Feet black. [[underline]] Molt [[/underline]] Hd 2.1 [[underline]] Molt Sept 4. [[/underline]] Hd 3.6 [[underline]] Coon S.13 [[/underline]] [[end page]] [[/strikethrough]] [[end page]]
281 [[preprinted]] Friday, October 6, 18[[strikethrough]]76.[[/strikethrough]] 82 [[/preprinted]] Claned out Lophocampa box. They have all spun. We put the cocoons in the box. (End of diary for Lepidoptra 1882) [[end page]] [[start page]] BB 45 (cont) 282 [[preprinted]] Saturday, October 7, 1876. [[/preprinted]] [[?Grafter]] [[underline]] var [[/underline]] umbrosa. Full grown caterpillars. Body black speckled with whitish or with yellow orange markings which at the sides form a more or less distinct light orange longitudinal stipe. The spines are orange red, or partly yellow, except those on the 2nd and last segments which are black. The feet and head are dark red the latter with 2 black spines. Elm & nettle. [[insertion in margin]] a yellow dorsal line from head to 4th seg. [[/insertion]] [[end page]]
283 (BB12 cont) [[preprinted]] Sunday, October 8, 1876. [[/preprinted] BB12 (light). Shape oblong with back elevated & widened by 2 yellow lines. Color green ( light or yellowish green) slightly spotted with yellow. Limacodes fasciola [[strikethrough]] [[?]] [[/strikethrough]] BB12 (tail) Shape same as above but furnished with a tail slightly reddish. The yellow is less distinct than in the preceding [[?]] BB12 (dark) There are probably 14 of these must use more characters [[end page]] [[start page]] 284 [[underline]] Alder sawfly [[/underline]] [[preprinted]] Monday, October 9, 1876. [[/preprinted]] Sawfly on alder (Alnus serrulata) June 16, 1890 13 segs [[insertion]] ^ counting head [[/insertion]] thoracic feet 6, long & strong, holds by these and curls up body & thrashes it if disturbed. Abd feet on joints 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10 & 13 small used in walking. Head round flat before, shiny black. A little paler at mouth. minutely but sparsely pilose. W. 1.7 mm. Body with 2 row of small elevations per seg and one larger one. Above base of each foot [[insertion]] ^ brownish ocherous [[/insertion]] a black sub-dorsal line not extending on joint 2 and a germinate row of linear black spots above bases of the legs. Thoracic feet marked with black. Length 15 mm. (See Nov 9) [[end page]]
285 [[underline]] Currant Worm [[/underline]] [[preprinted]] Tuesday, October 10, 1876. [[/preprinted]] A hymenopterous insect on currant, shiny blueish green with yellow on segs 1, 11, 12. Head black, 6 prolegs black and 3 transverse rows of elevated black spots to each segment, coalescing at the sides to three larger spots. Immaculate beneath. When about to enter the earth, it sheds to clear yellowish green marked with yellow as before. No black except the eyes. [[end page]] [[start page]] 286 [[underline]] Datanas [[/underline]] [[preprinted]] Wednesday, October 11, 1876. [[/preprinted]] 1. Black, yellow stripes collar spot yellow, head & tail black. Datana ministra 2. BB52. All black little stripe white Datana integerrima 3. BB54 More distinct Hair shorter lines yellow Datana angusii 4. BB84 Lines yellow spot, head, tail black Datana perspicua 5. BB81 Black, rows square white spots. Head, tail & spot dark red Datana major [[end page]]
287 [[preprinted]] Thursday, October 12, 1876. [[/preprinted]] 6. BB70 Stripe yellow Head spot & tail light orange red Datana palinii [[line]] 1 Dorsal line, top of back 2 Stigmatal line, on spiracles 3 Subdorsal, 1/2 between above Subdorsal space. Bet 1 & # stigmatal space. bet 2 & E venter, under part of body subventer, bet spiracles & base of legs. (D.W. Coquillett. [[?]] Ent XII 108) [[end page]] [[start page]] 288 [[preprinted]] Friday, October 13, 18 [[/strikethrough]] 76. [[/strikethrough]] [[/preprinted]] 82 Larvae of Datana * Stripes narrower than intra [[?]] spaces. Body Black, stripes [[?]] -yellow [[underline]] Ministra[[/underline]] (confluent posteriorly) " " citron " [[underline]] Drexelii [[/underline]] " " fine, pale yellow. [[underline]] Angusii [[/underline]] " " absent [[underline]] [[?]] [[/underline]] ** Stripes as wide [[?]] intervening spaces. Body black or red, light lemon yellow [[underline]] [[?]] [[/underline]] " " stripes creamy white [[/underline]] [[Contr?]] [[/underline]] " " " yellowish head & anal plates red [[underline]] [[Floridana?]] [[/underline]] " " stripes broken [[/strikethrough]] spots [[/strikethrough]] into spots head an. p. dark red. [[underline]] Major [[/underline]] [[end page]]
[[preprinted]] Saturday, October 14, 1876. [[/preprinted]] Coleoptera on elm trees in Poughkeepsie July 30, 1888 [[underline]] Larva [[/underline]] with 6 legs, yellow with lateral black stripes and black joints on back Head & feet black [[underline]] Pupa [[/underline]] yellow, not fastened by anal extremity [[/underline]] Imago [[/underline]] color yellow with black stripe Galerucella x anthomelaena [[end page]] [[start page]] (BB 72 cont) [[preprinted]] Sunday, October 15, 1876. [[/preprinted]] "One [[t?]] forktail" Aug 27, 1888. Egg elliptical .8 x .4 mm flattened on either side ( [[strikethrough]] roughened with little rounded elevations [[/strikethrough]] ) [[insertion]] minutely punctured [[?]] [[/insertion]] white. Laid singly on in twoes or threes on either surface of the leaf. Hatched [[underline]] larva [[/underline]] Body somewhat wrinkled, swelled at [[strikethrough]] first segment [[/strikethrough]] [[insertion]] [[?]] 2 [[/insertion]] which bears two short conical processes. A single one on [[strikethrough]] 3rd segment [[/strikethrough]] [[/insertion]] first & [[/insertion]] last segments [[?]] [[?]] in a single short prolongation [[/insertion]] which represents anal feet [[/insertion]] Color brown, blackish at the sides. Head [[insertion]] ^ rounded [[/insertion]] black. Head & body with thin very short whitish hairs. (over) [[in margin:]] Head .3 mm [[end page]]
289 [[underline]] Aug 25 1890 2nd stage [[/underline]] .4 [[?]] [[preprinted]] Monday, October 16, 1876. [[/preprinted]] rests near the edge of the leaf on the upper surface eating the upper half. 1 [[/underline]] Moult [[/underline]] [[write over]] 2 [[/write over]] (Aug 31) wrinkled 4 to each segment. rough with numerous yellowish [[strikethrough]] points [[/strikethrough]] [[insertion]] ^ gran. a transverse row to each [[?]] [[/insertion]] yellowish on back brownish on sides: 2 conical processes on [[strikethrough]] first [[/strikethrough]] [[insertion]] joint 2 [[/insertion]] [[strikethrough]] segment [[/strikethrough]] and 1 [[insertion]] ^ dorsal [[/insertion]] on [[strikethrough]] 3 [[?]] [[/strikethrough]] [[margin note:]] Hd .4? [[/note]] (Head brown, notched and rough). Last seg. terminating in a single prolongation. Feeds on [[insertion]] ^ upper [[/insertion]] half the leaf. 2 [[underline]] Moult [[/underline]] [[write over]] 3 [[/write over]] (Sept. 3) Euura. Feeds on the whole leaf. ✓ Hd. 6? 3 [[underline]] Moult [[/underline]] [[write over]] 4 [[/write over]] (Sept. 11) Color more [[end page]] [[start page]] 290 [[underline]] 4 stage [[/underline]] observed Sept 3 [[?]] Hybernate c-horns present as small pointed granulated elevations on [[?]] [[?]] Hd .9? [[preprinted]] Tuesday, October 17, 1876. [[/preprinted] even uniform brown but lighter in the back. the lateral color extends upward on [[strikethrough]] j 7 [[/strikethrough]] j 8 yellowish ✓ [[strikethrough]] [[?]] [[insertion]] granulations [[/insertion]] numerous (See Dec 21) 4 [[underline]] Moult [[/underline]] (Sept ) Nearly uniform brown but head a little lighter and a narrow blackish dorsal line Head with 2 conical processes the process on 3rd seg rather short but prolongate to last segment 1/3 as long as the body. Body wrinkled as before and roughened with numerous points The larvae hybernates after this moult resting on [[end page]]
291 [[preprinted]] WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 18, 1876 [[/preprinted]] the stems of the plants which they resemble in color. July 2,1889. [[write over]] 6 ? [[/ write over]] Viburnum acerifolium Head bilobed, lobes pointed, brown pale laterally & between the lobes, roughly granulated, the granulations white. Body purplish brown. On joint 4 a dorsal rounded process green pale brown with white granulations; a darker dorsal line. [[strikethrough]] On the [[/strikethrough]] a white stigmated band on joints 2 - 5 and on 11 & 12 fainter; on [[insertion]] each [[/insertion]] of 6 to [[margin note:]] [[strikethrough]] [[?]] 3.5? (from found skin) [[/note]] [[end page]] [[start page]] 292 [[preprinted]] THURSDAY OCTOBER 19, 1876. [[/preprinted]] 10 is a dark velvety brown patch, rising with curved outline nearly meeting on the dorsum on joint 8; the rest of the body with white granulated Two faint white subdorsal line on anterior segments Last seg. prolonged in a single tail brown ringed twice with whitish and densly covered with black spines Another specemin nearby uniform grayish. top of lateral patch only brown, hump red brown, granulated only slightly paler than body [[end page]]
293 (BB107 cont) [[preprinted]] FRIDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1876. [[/preprinted]] 4 [[underline]] Moult Aug 31 [[/underline]] Mature larva Head (large) [[insertion]] higher than 1st segment [[/insertion]] red; last feet elevated black Body reddish purple [[insertion]]^ shiny [[/insertion]] with 7 longitudinal black lines, one dorsal and three [[strikethrough]] lateral [[/strikethrough]] on each side, the lateral ones [[insertion]] ^ confluent on 10 and [[/insertion]] having the ground color light blue between them [[insertion]] ^ this color also narrowly on each side of dorsal line [[/insertion]]. Below this a broad yellow band [[insertion]] ^ white in the center [[/insertion]]: below a row of large black spots, one on each segment [[strikethrough]]above on feet. [[strikethrough]] *& traces of a black line beneath body. Back shaded with reddish and [[end page]] [[start page]] 294 [[preprinted]] SATURDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1876. [[/preprinted]] a little yellow just above the lateral black lines. The lines do not extend beyond the 10th segment, there being a black spot on each side of the 11th, and posteriorly on the last. An elevated black spot on [[insertion]] ^ top [[/insertion]] the 11th and one on each side on the 4th, interrupting the 2 upper of the 3 lateral black stripes. Thoracic feet red: [[strikethrough]] both feet reddish outwardly[[/strikethrough]] claspers of abdominal feet reddish Dasylophia anguina [[underline]] Sept 6 Coon [[/underline]] [[end page]]
295 (BB105 cont) [[preprinted]] SUNDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1876. [[/preprinted]] 5 [[underline]] Mature larva [[/underline]] Head oval, smooth, depressed on top. A long hump on 4th seg. terminating in two points tipped whitish: a pointed elevation on 11th seg. Last feet little used. [[image]] Color pale whitish [[insertion]] ^ [[strikethrough]] whitish [[/strikethrough]] mottled with brown[[/insertion]] marked with [[insertion]] ^ dark [[/insertion]] green on each side of segments 1, 2, 3 in a large patch and another patch on the back beginning on segment 7 [[insertion]] 8 - (10) [[/insertion]] in two points, each seg a diamond shaped brown [[insertion]] with color [[/insertion]] brown patch on 9 and ending abruptly at end an 11th. It extends farthest [[end page]] [[start page]] 296 [[preprinted]] MONDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1876. [[/preprinted]] [[strikethrough]] down the sides at 9. [[/strikethrough]] Body also shaded with dark brown on the hump on 4th seg [[insertion]] on 1, 2, 3 running backward on 4 & 5 beneath to the legs on 6 [[/insertion]] a border to the green patches [[strikethrough]] and below the dorsal green patch on the sides of segs 7, 8, 9 a black patch [[/strikethrough]] on each side of 6. Several white spots in a circle around the spiracle of 10 [[strikethrough]] Mottling & light & dark brown dorsally where the green isn't [[/strikethrough]] Head whitish with two mottled yellowish and brown bands in front [[?]] inwardly so as to divide the space in white spots, 2 above, two rounded in the center [[end page]]
297 [[preprinted]] TUESDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1876. [[preprinted]] and mouth parts and a space above white. Also some brownish mottling on each side of head dividing the ground color into about 6 white spots, partly confluent. [[image/strikethrough]] Feet white with a brown line above the claspers. Then on 9th more heavily brown [[strikethrough]] the spiracle on seg 11 black[[/strikethrough]] Pupa Feb '89 shiny light reddish brown, darker on incisions bet. segs (See Sept 14) coon [[?]] similar to Coelodasys & [[strikethrough]] Heterocampa [[/strikethrough]], in [[?]] etc [[end page]] [[start page]] ((BB95 cont) 298 [[preprinted]] WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1876. [[preprinted]] Coelodasys(?) Mature larva Hump on 4th long 2 pointed. on 8 2 humps bases joining on 11 two shorter & mouth parts 2 white elevated spots on 4, 5, 6, 7, & 9 those on 7 highest Color reddish brown umber brown on back [[insertion]] 7 8 9 [[/insertion]] (10 11 12 yellowish brown stripes) each side of 2 3 segs light green. White on back on 4, 5, 6, 7 streaked (3) long with red [[insertion]] ^ bordered dark brown [[/insertion]] a black spot in middle on 6. White also on 9 & 10 forming a V pointed forward. Marked with a red [[insertion]] crimson [[/insertion]] line and a small white spot on 10 (over) [[end page]]
299 [[preprinted]] Thursday, October 26, 1876. [[/preprinted]] Hump tipped reddish Beneath a yellowish band. Sparsely distinct black hairs. Head light brown with 5 black lines alternating with 4 brownish ones the middle three [[?]] half in from the top down the head. 'Coon thin web under ground [[?]] till Feb. 1889. Pupa long & slim 19 mm. Mahogany red darker [[?ish]] bet. segs at back of thorax. 2 cremasters tips divergent thorn like branch pointing inward Thoracic granular elevations [[?]] [[?]] color but less distinct. Body behind wing cases minutely punctured [[?]] [[?]] darker material [[end page]] [[start page]] (BB100 cont) 300 [[preprinted]] Friday, October 27, 1876. [[/preprinted]] 6 [[underline]] Moult Sept. 75 [[/underline]] Head rounded smoother, [[insertion]] slightly mottled depressed in [[?] [[/insertion]] partly beneath skin of first seg: pale whitish, mouth parts darker. Body semitransparent whitish green: a lateral white line edged blackish above: on each segment [[insertion]] ^ to 11 [[/insertion]] an oblique blackish shade running back from base up and terminating in a white joint on the next segment these joints forming two subdorsal rows, then on seg 11 being nearer together and largest than the other. The 11th seg is rather [[end page]]
301 [[preprinted]] Saturday, October 28, 1876. [[/preprinted]] larger than the other segs. An interrupted [[insertion]] dorsal [[/insertion]] blackish shade; with white points Body with three fine short whitish hairs. 7 [[underline]] Moult Sept 22 [[/underline]] Same. Head slightly shaded blackish above. The dorsal line is really traces of a white dorsal stripe edged with blackish on both sides. Only traces quite occur, their being between the segments. The color of the body is a darker more velvety green, less transparent and [[end page]] [[start page]] 302 [[preprinted]] Sunday , October 29, 1876. [[/preprinted]] whitish below. There is a row of small whitish dots one per seg. above the spiracles and another similar one between the dorsal & back dorsal. Each dot of all the rows furnishs a short whitish hair. The 2 spots on 11th seg. are quite conspicuous Spiracles black. It rests with tis body bent over he middle [[?ing]] a loop its [[?]] touching its last seg: or out straight if on a stalk. Larva buds mostly at night 23 mm Enteric [[growth?]] Oct 3 [[end page]]
303 BB70 Cont [[preprinted]] Monday, October 30, 1876. [[/preprinted]] [[underline]] Pupa [[/underline]] (May 89) Similar to ministra, punctured, wing cases wrinkled Cremaster double, very short, the spine arising almost immediately from the body 3 to each part thru middle one much the shorter, almost obsolete making the spine divergent. Same colors as D. ministra. Datana [[Jalunii?]] [[end page]] [[start page]] BB 38 Cont 304 [[preprinted]] Tuesday, October 31, 1876. [[/preprinted]] T. pudens June 14, 1889. On corner florida Head white mottled with [[insertion]] ^ pale [[/insertion]] brown with 4 black spots, two covering the eyes and the other area the summit of the head Short white hair Body semitransparent whitish flecked with opaque white spots on the dorsum & more thready on the venter. Stigmatal space covered by a blackish shading more distinct anteriorly and a darker [[end page]]
305 [[preprinted]] Wednesday, November 1, 1876. [[/preprinted]] dorsal line. Spiracles pale brown. cervical spot whitish [[?]] Orgyia with body on which are a few short pale hairs Folds up a leaf of the dogwood [[insertion]] ^ (face inward) [[/insertion]] to make a house, spinning the edges together. In this they remain when not feeding but do not eat it. Feed at night. Single brood. June lar. crysalis in winter. [[end page]] [[start page]] BB34 (cont) 306 [[preprinted]] Thursday, November 2, 1876. [[/preprinted]] [[strikethrough]] Hickory June 14, 1889. [[?]] Body pale yellowish variegated with black & a black dorsal line interrupted on the summits of the posterior segs. [[strikethrough]] 3 or 5 [[/strikethrough]] 4 longitudinal rows of warts, subventral [[insertion]] ⑤ ⑥?, [[/insertion]] supra-stigmatal [[insertion]] ③ [[/insertion]] 2 ant [[/insertion]] ① ② [[/insertion]] the subventral furnishing long silky white hairs [[/insertion]]& a few black [[/insertion]] [[strikethrough]] except on the last segment which bears 2 long thin black pencils of hair mixed with a few feathery [[interrupted?]] hairs [[/strikethrough]] The suprastigmatal [[insertion]] ③ [[/insertion]] row furnishes shorter bristly yellowish hairs but on joint 2 [[/strikethrough]] [[end page]]
307 [[preprinted]] FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1876. [[/preprinted]] [[strikethrough]] [[insertion]] ^ & 13 [[/insertion]] [[strikethrough]] 2[[/strikethrough]] a long pencil of black hairs [[insertion]](each side)[[/insertion]] a few black hairs also overhanging the head & extend from joint 13. Lower subdorsal [[insertion]]row ② [[/insertion]] row of warts on joints 2,3,4,8,9,10,11 & 13 [[insertion]] 2-4 8-11 & 13 [[/insertion]] provide tufts of plumed white hairs, appearing as if the ends were mouldy! intermixed with bristly yellow hair & the upper subdorsal row the same as joint 2 3, 4 & 8 but with less hair the upper subdorsal row being obsolete on the posterior segments. On joints 5, 6, 7 & 12 The two [[/strikethrough]] [[end page]] [[start page]] 308 [[preprinted]] SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1876. [[/preprinted]] [[strikethrough]] subdorsal rows & warts give large square black tufts of plumed hairs, mixed with white plumed hair most at the sides where also a few of the bristly yellow hairs occur. Tuft on 7 has much less black then the others. Dorsally on joints 10 & 11 are a pair of whitish [[insertion]] ^ [[retrodele?]] [[/insertion]] warts with flattened tops [[strikethrough]] corresponding to the red one✓ of Orgyia leucostigma. [[/strikethrough]] (Moult June 30) Head black whitish above the mouth Body pale whitish with a trace of yellow, shaded & (Nov 5) [[/strikethrough]] [[end page]]
[[underline]]BB30B[[/underline]] (BB30 cont) [[preprinted]] SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1876. [[/preprinted]] with a semi obsolete white dorsal line & broader subdorsal band, varigated by white spots & streaks in the stigmatal space On each seg. A broad transverse bright red band containing similarly colored warts furnishing tawny bristles. The bands begin above the spiracles but there is a row of warts below the spiracle and just at bases of legs. A [[strikethrough]] broad [[/strikethrough]] row of large yellow spots on the [[end page]] [[start page]] [[underline]] oblinata [[/underline]] [[preprinted]]MONDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1876.[[/preprinted]] subventral space & between the spiracles separated by red warts Spiracles white. [[strikethrough]] Venter[[/strikethrough]] Feet black. venter & bases of legs reddish [[line]] [[strikethrough]] [[underline]] 30B [[/underline]] Another Plattsburgh Sept 18 1894 on willow Hd black a red ^-mark and many confluent white spots. [[insertion]] on side of lobes labrum white[[/insertion]] Black, warts light orange red obsolete connected spines black and tawny mixed traces of a dist. s-d an s-v (V) white bands the latter straight not broad, containing orange wart V but not broken. Whole space between s-d & s-v streaked with white also venter and a few lines in dorsal space the feet pale. leg plate black Imago May 11 95 H. albovenosa [[/strikethrough]] [[end page]]
309 (BB34 cont) [[preprinted]] Tuesday, November 7, 1876. [[/preprinted]] [[strikethrough]] marked diffusedly with black, a dorsal [[strikethrough]] band [[/strikethrough]] and stigmatal band indicated. Two [[insertion]] long [[/insertion]] black [[?]] of hairs on joints 2 and 13 as in previous stage from the supra stigmatal row of warts. Lateral hair long, [[insertion]] dirty [[/insertion]] whitish mixed with a few black ones under a glass seem to be [[slightly?]] feathered. Other tufts same as in previous moult except that [[strikethrough]] the [[/strikethrough]] on joints 5, 6, 7, 8 are now large square [[underline]] brown [[/underline]] [[dorsal?]] tufts mixed at the side with white plumed hair, [[/strikethrough]] [[end page]] [[start page]] 310 [[preprinted]] Wednesday, November 8, 1876. [[/preprinted]] [[strikethrough]] the tuft on joint 12 still remaining black as previously & contrasting with the others. ✓ Coon of hair & trhead July 6 [[strikethrough]] [[end page]]
311 [[cataloging note: cpd 7/15/90]] (BB16 cont) [[preprinted]] THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1876. [[/preprinted]] (When taken July 1, 1889) Head flattened at the sides, a little depressed at vertex, [[strikethrough]] pale [[/strikethrough]] green with black line on the angle between front & sides, shaded with white posteriorly & some [[insertion]] ^ small[[/insertion]] irregular white marks [[insertion]] + a few [[insertion]] ^ short [[/insertion]] white hairs [[/insertion]] in front & at the sides [[insertion]] mouth & palpi pale, eyes black White line on front border [[image - triangle]] plate extends irregularly to venter [[image: two parallel lines]] to central sutures[[/insertion]] [[margin - left]] Green about color of elm leaf[[/margin - left]] Body not reaching venter of head for joints 2, 3 4. Joints 5 - 13 inc. have each a dorsal process this somewhat modified in shape on the cervical joints. Those on joints 6 & 12 are [[insertion]] the longest & [[/insertion]] [[strikethrough]] similar in structure[[/strikethrough]]. [[end page]] [[start page]] 312 [[preprinted]] FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1876. [[/preprinted]] They rise abruptly in front from the suture before the segment, terminate at the top in 2 rounded points of a yellowish color tipped with brown of which the anterior one is the larger & longer, & slope evenly to the posterior edge of the segment. The other processes are similar in structure & coloration but are shorter [[strikethrough]] but [[/strikethrough]] [[insertion]](the 2 tips are closer together)[[/insertion]] tend [[insertion]] on post. segs [[/insertion]] to become cleft on the the dorsal line. This is first distinctly seen on joint 9. [[?]] the process on joint 12 [[strikethrough]][[illegible]][[/strikethrough]] [[end page]]
313 lacks the posterior tip & the brown coloration & [[?]] [[preprinted]] SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1876. [[/preprinted]] [[strikethrough]] sists [[/strikethrough]] of 2 short points placed side beside [[strikethrough]] & lacking the brown tips[[/strikethrough]]. Body [[strikethrough]] pale [[/strikethrough]] [[insertion]] elm leaf [[/insertion]] green. the subdorsal space covered by [[insertion]] ^ greenish[[/insertion]] white but having the ground color to appear as a dorsal band & an oblique line on each joint [[strikethrough]]sloping from the base posteriorly upward & forward[[/strikethrough]]. The [[?]] color is continued down the sides nearly to the stigmata. A faint fine pale stig. [[?]] line Spiracles white with [[strikethrough]] brown ring[[/strikethrough]] fine black border [[end page]] [[start page]] (Anal feet [[underline]] not [[/underline]] elevated) 314 [[preprinted]] SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1876. [[/preprinted]] On joints 2,3,4,5,6 & 13 are indications of a dark red subventral line. [[insertion]] ^ abd [[/insertion]] Feet pale reddish, marked with 2 black lines Thoracic green with black line. Food elm. (This spec. did not moult but went in the ground small) Pupa soon shiny mahogany red punctured. Cremaster 1 tapering spine with a pair of little [[strikethrough]] hooks[[/strikethrough]] [[insertion]] curved points [[/insertion]] at the end [[double underline and overline]] One [[/double underline and overline]] almost identical with this [[underline]] July 13 '90 [[/underine]]. Width head 2.6 mm [[underline]] July 19 [[/underline]] finish for pupation [[?]] molt. [[end page]]
315 (BB48 cont) [[preprinted]] MONDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1876. [[/preprinted]] In water nearly drowned [[?]]. July 6 1889. Head [[insertion]] ^ shagreened [[/insertion]] grass green with 2 paler green stripes edged posteriorly with a darker shade [[insertion]] ^ tops of jaws & black [[/insertion]] Body pale green [[insertion]] ^ slightly darker on ant. segs [[/insertion]] on joints 3 & 4 sparsely distributed white dots, each surrounded by a fine black ring. These spots are also found on the venter & subventral space [[insertion]] for the entire length diminishing in number on the anal segs [[/insertion]] Seven oblique lateral lines on joints 7 - 12 the last one extending from the base of joint [[end page]] [[start page]] 316 [[preprinted]] TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1876. [[/preprinted]] 11 over joint 12 to the caudal horn. These stripes are [[strikethrough]] half [[/strikethrough]] white [[strikethrough]] & half violet [[/strikethrough]] shaded anteriorly with [[strikethrough]] violet [[/strikethrough]] dull crimson. Caudal brown green with a black stripe on each side this being the continuation of the posterior oblique lateral line. Thoracic feet pale yellowish, tipped with [[strikethrough]] violet [[/strikethrough]] pinkish. Spiracles reddish Food willow (?) Length almost 60 mm [[end page]]
317 (BB 35 cont) [[preprinted]] WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1876. [[/preprinted]] (May 24, '90) As per desc. Mottling of head [[strikethrough]]very faint [[/strikethrough]] absent but head has brownish tinge. W 1.3 [[underline]] Younger [[/underline]] Same. Mouth brown. In one example 2 brown spots in front, diffuse [[insertion]] on [[/insertion]] each side [[insertion]] of [[/insertion]] of [[image - triangle]] plate joint 12 in all a little enlarged width head .9 mm [[underline]] Biggest Molt May 27 [[/underline]] Head 2 mm Same. L. 15 mm [[underline]] Molt June 3 [[/underline]] As per desc Head W. 3 mm jaws black Spiracles white with dark brown oval. (Imago Sept 25) {Scopelosoma moffatiana Grt {See Pearsall Ent Amer IV Sept 89 [[end page]] [[start page]] (See Sept 25) (BB 72 Cnt) 318 [[underline]] Coon July 26 [[/underline]] Short hairs sub stig. rolling up edge of leaf of silk W 2.2 mm (2+ 2.5 -) [[preprinted]]THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1876.[[/preprinted]] pale yellow Color blacker brown black in joints [[insertion]]red at vertex of lobe [[/insertion]] white band, covering central suture and sutures of [[image - triangle]] jt half way to base. Labrum back of palpi pale. A few pale hairs. [[?]] process on j 4, large thickened at top granulated those at apex white. Body light brown [[insertion]] ^ granulations pale[[/insertion]] a narrow dorsal dark line The line separating the dorsal [[colnate?]] from lateral begins sub-stig on 2 - 4, run upward to near d-line on 8 then down to just above spiracle on 11 & fade into [[?]] Lateral color dark velvety brown but paler subtly, the gran. concolorous. Same color also in a shade around dorsal process and below [[margin right]]L 24 mm[[/margin right]] the obscure s-d line on 3 - 5 a white sub-stig line on 11 & 12 Anal process (6 mm) spiracles dark brown bisannulate with whitish. The feet black [[end page]]
319 BB37 cont [[preprinted]] FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1876. [[/preprinted]] (June 1 '90) Head dark blue gray minutely sprinkled with black spots, jaws palpi & eyes black, the bases of palpi & line above mouth whitish. A number of black hairs. W 3 mm Body, j 12 slightly enlarged black a dorsal ring of [[insertion]] ^ segment [[?]] [[/insertion]] oval white spots with smaller ones between them and a few small red spots. A narrow orange s-d line preceded by a narrow & followed below by a broad powdery blue band [[end page]] [[start page]] 320 [[preprinted]] SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1876. [[/preprinted]] A super stig. pale orange narrow band and S-1 sp. blue. Venter a little blue. Thoracic feet black, ringed with whitish abd. bluish outwardly pale inwardly. Brownish hairs from skin much [[?]] & numerous from subventral space. Cervical spot blue with a few black spot. Below it on the side a blackish wart bearing black hair. [[end page]]
321 Alder Sawfly [[underline]] cont. [[/underline]] [[preprinted]]SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1876.[[/preprinted]] The eggs are laid in slits on the basal half of the leaf stem on under side generally in a double row. [[underline]] Larva head .8 mm [[/underline]] Head shiny yellowish black Body dull ochre yellow marked as in mature larva but less distinct L 6 mm [[underline]] Larva hd .4 mm [[/underline]] Hd brown eyes black. Body dull yellow transversely and without process. Thoracic feet brownish L 2.5 mm [[overwrite]] Apparently 1st stage larvae had only eaten a little slit [[/overwrite]] [[underline]] Hd. .6 mm [[/underline]] Hd blackish yellow eyes black. Faint black spots above bases [[end page]] [[start page]] 322 [[preprinted]]MONDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1876.[[/preprinted]] of thoracic feet which are blackish. Length 3 mm [[underline]] Hd 1.3 mm [[/underline]] Hd black. Body as in mature L. 7 mm [[underline]] Mature Hd 1.7[ [/underline]] See Oct 9 after hatching eat little slits in center of leaf & afterward eat round holes & finally eat in the middle & around the outside [[end page]]
323 BB39 cont cpd 6/23/90 [[preprinted]] TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1876. [[/preprinted]] Witch hazel June 22 1890 Head round, partly withdrew in joint 2 pale yellowish marked with black and as nearly to appear black jaws brown 2 large ventral black spots separated by the central suture; a large spot at side of head covering (behind) eyes; a smaller one before it narrowly separated from it, & from the ventral patch and by the pale suture from the black [[image - triangle]] plate width of head 1 mm very nearly [[end page]] [[start page]] 324 [[preprinted]] WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1876. [[/preprinted]] Body somewhat flattened robust, of nearly uniform width [[insertion]] ^ joint 13 small [[/insertion]] Thoracic feet rather slender abd. present only on joints 8, 9, 10 & 13 Cervical spot black bisected, curved behind each part containing in from a yellow wart. Three rows of warts one per seg except [[strikethrough]] on j 13 which has none[[/strikethrough]] joint 2 had ② small ① above s-d line ② below it ③ sub stig and a fourth small concolours with body below subventral fold above bases of legs. All bear [[end page]]
325 [[preprinted]] THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1876. [[/preprinted]] a few fine white hairs those at the extremities very long. Body pale yellow a black dorsal shade band and a fainter s-d one the latter seen by a lens to be broken into [[strikethrough]] obli [[/strikethough]] somewhat oblique portion neither reaching the extremities. Rows ① & ② of warts partly black partly pale brown, row ③ ochre. L. 12 mm [[underline]] younger [[/underline]] as mature but black patch on eyes is absent, only a [[end page]] [[start page]] 326 [[preprinted]] FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1876. [[/preprinted]] small spot in [[image - triangle]] plate and the 2 other marks are fused. Mouth brown eyes black. W. 7 mm Body [[insertion]] ^ pale [[/insertion]] greenish yellow ① & ② warts black, the rest concolorous with body L. 8 mm s-d line absent mature 1 mm head coon June 24 building up walls each side & bits of bark. [[underline]] younger [[/underline]] Molt June 24 as mature but more colorless. In a few days as mature. Hd 1 mm. [[end page]]
327 BB2 cont [[preprinted]] SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1876. [[/preprinted]] [[strikethrough dated]] Sept 26, 1893. Witch hazel June 22 1890 [[underline]] Apatela[[/underline]] Head subquadrate notched vertically the lobes pointed outwardly pale whitish with 8 pale brown spots, one [[covering?]] over eyes, one before apex of lobe & 2 smaller respectively above & below the [[?]] 2 Body deeply incised bet. segs. feet normal. Warts, arranged much as the Arctiidae ① on ⑤-12 in sd sp. ant. ② s-d ③ super stig ④ [[v?]] sub stig and ⑤ [[v?]] subventral small & difficult to [[end page]] [[start page]] 328 [[preprinted]] SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1876. [[/preprinted]] distinguish, all concolorous with markings. Body pale translucent yellowish, a white s-d line below row ② Rows ② & ③ on j 2 and ② on j 2 and on j 3 brown. Brown dorsal patches on joints 5, 8, 9 one irregular on 11 & 12 A number of fine blackish hairs from warts Length 7 mm width of head .7 nearly [[underline]] Molt June 24 [[/underline]] Hd as before but the lobes lass pointed Marked as before the upper mark [[superscipt]]ci[[/superscript]](see Dec 1) ✓ [[/strikethrough]] [[end page]]
329 BB110 cont. cpd [[preprinted]] MONDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1876. [[/preprinted]] but [[insertion]] knobbed [[/insertion]] a little beyond the middle and bent, knobbed again at the end and terminating with a hair. [[insertion]] Those are [[/insertion]] on last segs [[insertion]] rather shorter [[/insertion]] [[insertion]] &[[/insertion]] del. with [[insertion]] ^ the [[/insertion]] anal feet [[insertion]] are [[/insertion]] dark blackish brown.] Body dark wine red, finely streaked at the sides with yellow [[insertion]] longitudinally [[/insertion]] Paler ventrally. On [[insertion]] j [[/insertion]] 3 & 4 the streaks continue over the dorsum, confluent in a dorsal band; on 8. 9 & 10 [[insertion]] is [[/insertion]] a narrow yellow [[end page]] [[start page]] 336 [[preprinted]] TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1876. [[/preprinted]] line between the bases of the horns and on 11 a large bright yellow dorsal patch. Length 7 mm Width ✓ [[strikethrough]]. 6 mm [[/strikethrough]] [[underline]] Molt June 24 [[/underline]] [[overwritten]] 2[[/overwritten]] Head suntriangular notched on top dark wine red. Mouth and [[image - triangle]] pl. shaded paler. Jaws black W. 1 + mm. [[insertion]] 1.1 (1 1/4 -) [[/insertion]] From cervical spot a pair of branching horns with small spur all relatively smaller than before. the hunches hardly more than large spurs Minutely tranversely creased dark wine red [[end page]]
331 [[preprinted]] WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 29, 1876. [[/preprinted]] Body lacks all [[insertion]] the [[/insertion]] other horns & the anal feet [[insertion]] are [[/insertion]] long [[insertion]] & [[/insertion]] dark. Body wine red, finely streaked with yellow on [[insertion]] the [[/insertion]] sides and also on [[insertion]] the [[/insertion]] back on j 3, 4 & 13. An interrupted [[insertion]] yellow [[/insertion]] dorsal stripe widening on [[insertion]] j [[/insertion]] 10 & 11 and ending abruptly at end of 11, absent on 2, 5 & 7. Anal plate dark & all feet [[strikethrough]] L 7 mm [[/strikethrough]] as stage progresses joints 2, 3 & 4 become pale green except a narrow dorsal wine red line and the [[strikethrough]] lateral[[/strikethrough]] subventral region [[end page]] [[start page]] 332 [[preprinted]] THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 30, 1876. [[/preprinted]] on 5 6, 8 & 9 & a broader area on 11, 12 & 13 [[insertion]] is [[/insertion]] pale greenish. Dorsal marks unchanged L. 8 mm. ✓ [[underline]] Molt June 28 [[/underline] [[overwrite]] 3[[/overwrite]] Hd [[strikethrough]] conical [[/strikethrough]] parabolic in outline but flat in front & notched a little at [[vertex?]] Wine red closely covered with little round pale yellowish spots a little confluent [[?]] In front a broad pale yellow [[ventral?]] band widening inferiorly to [[insertion]] ^ the [[/insertion]] width of [[insertion]] the [[/insertion]] base of [[insertion]] the [[/insertion]] [[image - triangle]] spot. its sides once indented by the red ground color above the middle (See Dec 5) [[end page]]
333 (BB2 cont) [[preprinted]]FRIDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1876.[[/preprinted] [[strikethrough]] twice indented. [[insertion]] W 1.5 mm [[/insertion]] Body elevated somewhat dorsally at j 12 incised vet. segs. Warts ① each side s-d line ant on joint 2 5-12 ② above s-d line ③ below it ④ & ⑤ s-v space Body pale green marked as before Hair short blackish fine & scant. L. 9 mm [[underline]] Molt June 29 [[/underline]] Hd marks as before the mark over eyes connected with the one above it. All somewhat enlarged and with mottlings between jaws [[/strikethrough]] [[end page]] [[start page]] 334 [[preprinted]] SATURDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1876. [[/preprinted] [[strikethrough]] brown. Body green, marked as before the bisected cervical spot outlined in brown. S-d line wanting but a trace of it forms a border to the patch on 8 & 9. Patch on 12 & 11 larger. [[?cate]] in front narrowly separated from brown spot over 3 d wart. W. hd. 1.5 mm (should be larger as contracted by old head shed late) [[//strikethrough]] [[end page]]
335 (BB 104 cont) notes taken from [[preprinted]] SUNDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1876. [[/preprinted]] On poplar (big leaf) June 27 1890. Sits on little web by [[?]] on under side. Head pale greenish yellow eyes black W. 6 or 7 mm Body pale green showing darker on dorsum with a broad greenish yellow s-d line Feet tipped faintly brownish. [[underline]] Molt June 29 [[/underline]] As before head dull, perhaps minutely punctured. Mouth pale W 1.2 mm Body as before Length 8 mm [[underline]] Molt July 3 [[/underline]] Hd dull [[image - triangle]] pl & mouth parts [[end page]] [[start page]] 3/7/91 336 [[preprinted]] MONDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1876. [[/preprinted]] shiny, jaws pale. eyes black w 1.7 mm Body [[strikethrough]] uniform [[/strikethrough]] green with broad s-d yellow line. L 12 mm [[underline]] Molt July 7 [[/underline]] Hd. round, sutures deep, pale green shagreened minutely Mouth & palpi pale W. 2.7 Body leaf green a broad s-d yellow band, on c-spot & anal plate Body a little flat, especially so at anal segs. When disturbed turns head sideways to touch j 10 thickest at j 9 & tapers each way, hd held flat. White sub-stig. band on 2-4 spiracles orange [[underline]] Coon [[/underline]] July 10 [[between?]] 2 leaves[[underline]] Imago July 25 [[/underline]] [[female symbol]] [[end page]]
338 (BB110 cont) cpd [[preprinted]]TUESDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1876.[[/preprinted]] & the sutures [[strikethough]] in it [[/strikethrough]] also red Labrum & palpi pale eyes black. W 1.7 mm The horns on joint 2 [[insertion]] are [[/insertion]] thick spurred, wine red punctured. Markings much as in last stage finally a dorsal yellow band forming a [[image - triangle]] patch on joint 2, narrowing [[insertion]] ^ almost [[/insertion]] to obsoleteness on 3 & 4, widening again on 5, 6, 7 & on 8 ending triangularly It begins again in the middle of 9 & widening on 10 & 11 where it ends abruptly [[strikethrough]] the [[/strikethrough]] [[end page]] [[start page]] (Another on Cornus [[fanicula?]] June 29. Hd 1.5 + (as this) but dorsal line partly white) 338 [[preprinted]] WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1876 [[/preprinted]] [[strikethrough]] and [[/strikethrough]] excavated so that it branches in 2 points. It is very narrowly and faintly continued on j 12 & 13 and is bordered on both sides by a broad wine red band which wart [[?]] fine yellow streaks and is continued [[insertion]] twice [[/insertion]] downward to the feet on joints 5 [[insertion]] ^ & 4 [[/insertion]] oblique 7 & 10 straight. The rest of the body is pale greenish. Anal feet long wine red. L 2 mm [[insertion]] As stage progresses approaches next stage in markings [[/insertion]] [[underline]] Molt 2.6* [[/underline]] [[underline]] Molt no horns [[/underline]] ** 3.8 [[[superscript]] t [[/superscript]] Another 4 on hickory [[Duleter?]] Co June [[insertion]] ^ 29 [[/insertion]] 90, Head 2.1 [[insertion]] 2.6 [[/insertion]] mm *greater 2.5, less 3. **3.5+, 4- [[end page]]
349 [[preprinted]] THURSDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1876. [[/preprinted]] Head shaped as before dark red brown the indented band in front pinkish [[image - triangle]] plate white. palpi yellow the hd. shows a darker band posteriorly otherwise as before. [[strikethrough]] Body with [[/strikethrough]] [[insertion]] ^ Body [[/insertion]] [[/insertion]] [[two?]] [[/insertion]] 3 - spurred cervical horns red brown punctured and tipped with a hair only about 1 1/2 mm long Body leaf green, the dorsal band yellow between the lines elsewhere white, distinct. It widens posteriorly to a point on 8. [[end page]] [[start page]] 350 [[preprinted] ]FRIDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1876. [[/preprinted]] [[insertion]]W 2.1 - 2.6 Body [[/insertion]] nearly cylindrical, enlarged dorsally [[insertion]] arched[[/insertion]] at points 8 & 9 & tapering thence to j 13 Anal feet long not [[underline]] used usually in walking[[/underline]] begin again on 9. widening to 11 where is divides into 2 parts which meet at [[insertion]]the[[/insertion]] anal plate, ending on elongated oval of the ground color. Anal feet white above, brown below three lateral [[insertion]] spots [[/insertion]] of brown mottled with yellow first oblique on joint 4 & 5, narrow; second on 7 & partly on 8 large [[end page]]
341 [[preprinted]] SATURDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1876. [[/preprinted]] extending from dorsal band onto foot of 7 darker subventrally: two smaller on 10, a little oblique. not sealing with foot or dorsal band. Some minute black speckles [[insertion]] spots [[/insertion]] over the lateral region spiracles on j 2 reddish Thoracic feet brown abd with a fine brown band. Length 22 mm] [[strikethrough] [[[underline]][[superscript]] t [[/superscript]] Molt July 2[[/underline]][[overwrite]]5[[/overwrite]] Hd higher then wide, mottled at vertex. flattened in front and at sides narrowing much to vertex [[?]] & lobes pointed [[/strikethrough]] [[end page]] [[start page]] 342 [[preprinted]]SUNDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1876.[[/preprinted]] Hd purplish brown shagreend, the [[?]] of lobes black. In front is a broad pink ventral stripe a little irregular in outline very narrowly divided by the darker ventral suture [[insertion]] and becomimg white below the vertex [[/insertion]] [[image - triangle]] plate white labrum pinkish jaw black, [[insertion]] anten [[/insertion]] [[?]] brown there cervical base yellow eyes black. W. 3.3 [[insertion]] 3.8 [[/insertion]] mm cervical horns absent [[?]] places represented by a [[insertion] pair of [[/insertion]] minute tubercles bearing a single hair Body is smaller at [[end page]]
343 [[preprinted]] MONDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1876. [[/preprinted]] joints 5 & 6 enlarged dorsally at 8 & 9 and slopes again to 13 Anal feet straight, held out, rather long, [[insertion]]furnished with hooks at the end but these can be with drawn within the ends of the legs [[/insertion] A white dorsal stripe finely margined with dark brown and containing in its widest places a fine ||| double line, [[strikethrough]] It[[/strikethrough]] is yellowish ant. on j 2, wider on 4, 5 & 6 and wide on 8. Begins on 9 yellowish, widens, forks on 11 the parts converging on 13 and passing onto [[end page]] [[start page]] 344 [[preprinted] ]TUESDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1876.[[/preprinted]] anal feet but not meeting. Body leaf green with many small black dots and 3 purple brown lateral patches mottled with crimson or pale crimson [[insertion]] ^ which later becomes pale purple or cream color [[/insertion]] first 4 & 5, upwardly oblique, covering spiracle on 5; second large on 7 & 8 * covering feet on 7, not [[insertion]] [[strikethrough]] really [[/strikethrough]] attaining [[/insertion]] below the spiracle on 8. A matching dorsal band; [[?]] on j 10, covering spiracle downwardly [[strikethrough]] past [[/strikethrough]] oblique not [[insertion] ]passing [[/insertion]] on [[insertion]] the [[/insertion]] foot. Anal feet purplish, [[?]] *Sept 20 Hd 3.7 Patch on 6 its lower edge oblique upward deformed also on 9 [[insertion]] especially the upper part of the 2 last patches [[/insertion]] s-d next white [[end page]]
345 [[preprinted]] WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1876. [[/preprinted]] [[strikethrough]] thoracic [[/strikethrough]] brown ringed with black, and tipped with brown. Spiracles yellowish centrally broadly brown outwardly [[underline]] claspers [[/underline]] yellowish As the stage advances a diffuse white s-d band appears on joints 8, 9 & 10 tapering at each end, forming a continuation of the widest places of the dorsal band but narrowly separated from it [[insertion]] ^ & or only partly confluent [[/insertion]] Also a narrow white dorsal line encroaches on the anterior part of the green [[end page]] [[start page]] 346 [[preprinted]] THURSDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1876. [[/preprinted]] patch formed by the furcation of the dorsal band on joints 11 & 12 while the anal plate between the branches is brown. The fine lines in the white dorsal band become pulverulent, approaching in appearance the numerous black dots of the body. In the upper [[insertion]] ^ part [[/insertion]] of third lateral patch a cream colored round spot is formed [[written over words] by confluence [[/written over words]] from the mottling [[strikethrough]] The white dorsal marks have on joints 8 & 9 a green x and on 11, 12 & 13 [[/strikethrough]] [[end page]]
347 Fine very short hair from minute warts seen with a lens [[preprinted]] FRIDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1876. [[/preprinted]] [[strikethrough]] a green [[image]] which appears rather darker than the rest of the ground color [[circled]] L. 30 mm [[/circled]]. When ready for pupation the color fades to dull purplish on the back. [[underline]]July 7[[/underline]] (Other lateral marks almost all yellow or cream color) [[/strikethrough]] [[underline]] Coon[[/underline]] under rubbish at or just under surface of ground of silk and grains of sand, thin. [[underline]] Pupa [[/underline]] Cylindrical and slightly tapering. Cremaster is two thick spines from an elevated base. [[end page]] [[start page]] 348 [[preprinted]] SATURDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1876. [[/preprinted]] [[underline]] Hds by calc [[/underline]] .7 1.1 1.7 2.6 (3.9) [[underline]]do for No2 t [[/underline]] (.5) (.8) (1.3) 2.1 3.3 curving sharply outward and beset with several thorn like branches Body punctured. Cases smooth. Color dark red brown, shiny. Length almost 20 mm width 6 mm [[underline]] Imago July 26 [[/underline]] [[male symbol]] cpd Cat. No. 5166 Heterocampa subrotata [[underline]] Harvey [[/underline]] No = [[bindota?]]! (1895)
359 (BB 52 cont) [[preprinted]] SUNDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1876. [[/preprinted]] [[underline]] Egg [[/underline]] laid in batch of 360 on underside leaf hickory Cylindrical, the base a little hollowed, the top rounded. Pale gray, the top white with a round black spot in the center Diam .6 mm, Height .7 mm [[underline]] 2nd stage [[strikethrough]] ? [[/strikethrough]] [[/underline]] Hd, c-spot, anal plate & thoracic fat black & shiny. W. hd .9 mm Body pale whitish, with red brown lines, dorsal broad, 3 lateral & ventral the venter on 2 - 4 all red brown, having 4 lateral & 3 ventral lines [[end page]] [[start page]] .5 .9 1.6 2.7 4.3 350 [[preprinted]] MONDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1876. [[/preprinted]] of ground color, pale and hardly well separated [[underline]]Molt July 17[[/underline]][[overwritten]] 3 [[/overwritten]] Hd black & shiny, a few long white hair W 1.6 mm. Body purple and with 4 narrow obscure paler lateral line. Feet, c-spots & anal plate black. Some long white hair, especially from joint 2. [[underline]] Molt July 26 [[/underline]] [[overwritten]] 4[[/overwritten]]. Hd higher than wide, the sutures deep, black shiny, minute punctured sparsely [[insertion]] (3 - 2.5+)[[/insertion]] W 2.7 mm a few long white hairs Body lined, purplish [[end page]]
351 [[preprinted]] TUESDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1876. [[/preprinted]] red, with 4 lateral & 1 ventral partly interrupted narrow white line. Many long white hairs c-spot, anal plate & legs shiny black. [[underline]] Molt Aug 1 [[/underline]] [[overwritten]] 5[[/overwritten]] Hd [[insertion]]depressed at sutures [[image - triangle]] pl above [[/insertion]] [[insertion]] ant. & palpi black [[/insertion]] black shiny, punctured, labrum paler, W 4.3 mm (4+, 4 1/2-) Body black, stripes much narrower than wide - very [[sparse?]]. [[strikethrough]] Jaws [[/strikethrough]] absent except [[strikethrough]] the [[/strikethrough]] traces of sub stig [[insertion]] and one in center of ventral continuous 4-12[[/insertion]] white hair abundant, white growing from many very minute tubercles. C-spot, anal plate, feet [[end page] [[start page]] 352 [[preprinted]] WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1876. [[/preprinted]] & spiracles black the latter with a paler central line. Anal feet represented by short blunt elevations, Abd feet reddish ventrally [[underline]] Entered ground Aug 5 [[/underline]] some of them, other later [[underline]] Pupa [[/underline]] cylindrical, abd more slender than thorax, gently tapering. A large heavily creased [[prominence?]] between the eyes Cremaster 2 short conical elevations each with 2 sharp diverging spines. Color dark red brown almost faintly black on head. Thorax & body heavily punctured. cases closely but finely wrinkled L. 12 W. 6.5 mm [[end page]]
353 (BB 72 cont) cpd in [[?]]larva book Hd 1.3 mm (1.5 - 1 1/4 = ?) [[preprinted]] THURSDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1876. [[/preprinted]] [4 Molt 5 Stage] Spring brood 1890 [[underline]] July 17 [[/underline]] differs from above. Hd bilobed, flat in front, lobes conical, pointed. Granulated Dark brown granulations [[insertion]] ^ 2 apex lobes [[/insertion]] paler Paler streak above [[image - triangle]] plate. Body [[trans.?]] wrinkled & granulated dark brown [[insertion]]^ gran. yellowish [[/insertion]] except dorsum (s.d. sp) 5 - 13 is yellowish brown, the process on 4 and [[image - triangle]] space on 8 s-d dark velvety blackish brown. Tail [[?]] [[insertion]] ^ broadly [[/insertion]] cummulate with paler, spinose as is process on [[?]] LAST [[underline]] Molt July 22 [[/insertion]] [[overwritten]] 6 [[/overwritten]] Hd, bilobed the tips conical, spinose. Granulated, the granulation Hd 2.2 (see Nov 16) [[end page]] [[start page]] 354 Name of described caterpillars [[preprinted]] FRIDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1876. [[/preprinted]] Contents of caterpillar description [[horizontal line]] BB1 Parasa fraterna 2 Acronicta impleta 3 Tolype laricis 4 Limacodes scapha 5 Euclea querceti 6 Apatelodes torrefacta 7 = 86 7 Dasylophia anguina 8 Acronicta lobeliae 9 Adoneta spinuloides 10,13 [[strikethrough]] Heterocampa manteo [[/strikethrough]] 11 Tortricidae testacea 12 Limacodes fasciola Packardia albipunctata 14 [[Synchina rulivosaria?]] [end page]]
355 [[preprinted]] SATURDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1876. [[/preprinted]] 15 Acronycta 16 Nerice bidentata 17 Hemaris 18 [[Endropia bypelineria?]] 19 20 Odemasia badia 21 22 Sphinx kalmiae 23 17 24 25 Nadata gibbosa 26 27 Orgyia nova 28 = 29 29 Grapta interrogationis 30 Apatela oblinita 31 Anisota pellucida [[end page]] [[start page]] 355 [[preprinted]] SUNDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1876. [[/preprinted]] 32 33 Melitaea [[obaeten?]] 34 Parorgyia clintonii ? 35 [[Scopelisoma?]] moffatiana 36 37 Clisiacampa distria 38 Thyatira pudens 39 Nola sexmaculata 40 Heterocampa guttivitta 41 Demas propinquilinea ? 42 Eufitehia ribearia 43 Melitaca Phaeton ? 44 [[Cucullia fernidana?]] 45 Grapta [[underline]]var[[/underline]] umbrosa 46 Odemasia concinna 47 Spilosoma neurica 48 Sphinx luscitiosa [[end page]]
257 [[preprinted]]MONDAY, DECEMBER 25, 1876.[[/preprinted]] 49 = 59 50 Hyperchiria Io 51 Thyreus Abbottii 52 Datana integerrima 53 54 Datana angusii 55 Spilosoma aeraca (?) 56 Platysoma promethea 57 Orgyria definita 58 Limacodes inornata 59 Mamestra confusa 60 61 Pyrameis atalanta 62 = 8 63 64 = 100 65 [[end page]] [[start page]] 358 [[preprinted]] Tuesday, December 26, 1876. [[/preprinted]] 66 67 Hydria undulata 68 69 70 Datana [[strikethrough]] floridana? [[/strikethrough]] palmii 71 Grapta commia 72 Dryopteris rosea 73 Melitaea phaeton ? 74 Eugenia alniaria 75 76 Edema 77 78 Mamestra adjuncta 79 [[Cleria pulclorania?]] 80 81 Datana major 82 Harpyia multiscripta 82 [[underline]] var: [[/underline]] Harpyia occidentalis [[end page]]
359 [[preprinted]]WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1876.[[/preprinted]] 83 Smerinthus germinatus 84 Datana perspicua 85 86 Harrisimemna sexguttata 87 [[erasure]] 88 Seirodonta bilineata 89 Sphinx undulosa 90 Endropia armantaria ? 91 Ichthyura albosigma 92 = 91 93 94 95 schizura ipomoeae 96 Catocala cerogama 97 Pyrophila pyramioides 98 Ecpantheria scribonia 99 Edema albifrons [[end page]] [[start page]] 360 [[preprinted]]THURSDAY, DECEMBER 28, 1876.[[/preprinted]] 100 Euplexia lucipara 101 Tarache [[erasteroides?]] 102 [[Augeronia crocatana?]] 103 Apatela noctivaga 104 Gluphisia trilineata 105 Janassa lignicolor 106 107 Dasylophia anguina 108 Datana contracta 109 Datana augusii 110 Heterocampa biundata 111 Datana major 112 = 104 113 Ralphia frater 114 Heterocampa marthesia 115 Nadata gibbosa 116 Notodonta stragula [[end page]]
361 [[preprinted]]FRIDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1876.[[/preprinted]] 117 Apatela tritona 118 119 Charadra deridens 120 Coelodasys unicornis 121 Packardia germinata 122 Arctia antholea ? 123 eacles imperialis 124 Datana drexelii 125 126 127 alypia octomaculata 128 129 130 [[horizontal line]] 131 Sphinx kalmiae 132 Agraulis vanillae 133 [[end page]] [[start page]] 362 [[preprinted]]SATURDAY, DECEMBER 30, 1876.[[/preprinted]] 134 Deilephila lineata 135 limenitis lorquinii 136 137 138 139 Arctia docta 140 Pyrameis carye 141 142 Plusia californica 143 Cerurua cinereoides 144 Araclinis picta 145 Triptogon imperator 146 147 148 Hyphantria cunea 149 Nola bigemalis 150 [[end page]]
363 [[preprinted]]SUNDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1876.[[/preprinted]] 151 152 Eacles imperialis 153 Edema [[erasure]] 154 Ecpantheria scribonia 155 Dilophonota ello 156 Endamus proteus 157 Pieris monuste (For [[underline]]Apatelodes angelica[[/underline]] see Aug 21.) [[end page]]
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