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In New Zealand, on Ribes sp. One solution that suggests itself to my mind is that it may. This incidental reference to the Kakapo and its protective colouring leads me into another very interesting field of observation—namely, the gradual adaptation, by natural selection of course, of certain species to their habitual environment by the acquisition of protective colours.

Ctenochiton ElongatusMaskell. In Australia, on Styphelia Monotoca elliptica. Inglisia OrnataMaskell. French sent me specimens from Mildura Victoria. The colour at this stage was reddish-yellow. At gestation it shrivels. Rhizococcus PulchellusMaskell.

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Form of test broadly elliptical, or with a very slight posterior tapering. Specimens of this insect have been sent to me by Mr. The habit of erecting new species without proper description and comparison is a pernicious one; still more so if mere colour or food-plant be taken as the basis.

Male puparium, dirty yellowish-grey, irregularly elliptical, the pellicle situated near one end; slightly convex. Abdomen ending in one single median dome-shaped lobe, on each side of which are a few fine hairs.


Poliaspis MediaMaskell. Beyond the lobes are a few short fine hairs. Ccelostoma CompressumMaskell. Froggatt sent me eight adults voocabulary a few others from Manly, near Sydney.

On the theory put forward, and assuming, as we fairly may do, that the North and South Islands have never been united since the continental submergence,—in other words, that there was a simultaneous elevation of the two areas, north and south, with a permanent sea-channel dividing them,—we can understand and account for the existence of closely-allied representative species in the two Islands. Adult female really red in colour, but under a lens or to the naked eye bluish-purple, being covered with thin white meal; it fills the test, but shrivels at gestation into a shapeless mass: No groups of spinnerets.

I have not yet heard of it on peaches in New Zealand. In either case we cannot doubt that the changes of structure needed to adapt them to their new habits would soon be brought about, because we know that variations in all the external organs and all their separate parts are very abundant and are also considerable in amount.

It will be remembered that the Maoris have a tradition that the Pukeko, or Swamp-hen Porphyrio melanonotus —which, until recent years, when its haunts were invaded and drained, was excessively abundant in both Islands—was first introduced by their ancestors, who brought tame birds with them in their canoes from Hawaiki.

I have some twigs of Acacia linifoliafrom Hornsby, New South Wales, on which are great numbers of puparia, seemingly all males of some Diaspid, but I cannot detect any females amongst them. In Australia, on Eugenia elliptica, Viburnum sp. Green has an insect in Ceylon which clearly belongs to it, and which he proposes to name Aonidia corniger; and I attach to the genus the Australian species which I am now about to describe.

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Brachyscelis pharetrataSchrader. The cephalic extremity is somewhat cylindrical and truncate, a feature which is not uncommon in Fiorinia. There are no groups of spinnerets, but many small circular scattered single ones. Green proposes to give the name of M. Taking, therefore, these four points—size, colour, locality or climate, and food-plant—I would very seriously deprecate the notion that any of them I will go so far as to say that all of them should be sufficient to induce the erection of a new species.


All round the margin is a row of numerous fine longish hairs. With regard to the second point, I am willing, in deference to the opinions of some of my friends, to withdraw somewhat from my position of last year, although not entirely; and the following series will represent what I believe to be the true relationships of the genus: For example, a wide-ranging species may, in the northern or colder part of its area, become modified in one.

The women were too afraid of Maskell and his old police friends to use their real names back then. You are maslell doubt familiar with the chestnut-brown Kiwi which inhabits the Pirongia Ranges and is found all the. Aspidiotus FodiensMaskell. Pulvinaria FlavicansMaskell. But it was hardly immune to the nusiness counterculture.

My specimens have been sent to me by Mr. Feet rather thick; digitules fine hairs. Fiorinia RubraMaskell. Some specimens which I have received have rather abundant white meal on the dorsum.

The Hymnary

Ischnaspis FiliformisUsr. As a result, what do we find here as representing the ancient order of Ratite birds? Dactylopius IceryoidesMaskell.

These tubercles, which are from four to six in number, are not at all noticeable in all specimens, but they are sufficiently constant to form a specific character. Rhizococcus PustulatusMaskell. What began as a quest for justice has grown into a kaskell of support and healing for sexual abuse survivors. Quinn, on Croton sp. Mytilaspis GrandilobisMaskell. Schaub, a retired registered nurse, is measured and articulate, and the most data-driven member of the group.

Fringe pink or white. Busuness unilobissp.

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