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735 > Image 735 of Annual report. 1914

Part of Kentucky Agricultural Experiment Station

536 Bulletin No. 187. Egg laid, Egg hatchel. Ready to pupate. Adult emerged. 155. Aug. 12 Aug. 17 Aug. 30 1 ,_.1._ ` , 156. " 12 " 17 " 31 1 11 .1_. 157. " 12 " 17 " 30 1 ,____1 158. " 12 * 17 " 30 1 _,..1. 159. " 12 " 17 Sep. 1 1 1_,1_1 160. " 12 " 17 " 2 1 __,__. 161. " 12 " 17 Aug. 31 1 ___1_1 162. " 12 17 30 Sep. 20 163. " 12 17 30 1 _..,., 164. 12 " 17 " 29 1 111111 165. " 12 17 30 1 111111 Third Brood Reared. A large percentage of the preceding brood failed to emerge, and some difficulty was encountered in getting individuals to mate. The weather was rather cool and this retarded the development of the eggs. Moth No. 67, emerging Sep. 17, was mated with No. 149, emerging Sep. 19, and produced eggs Sep. 21. Moth No. _ 84, emerging Sep. 18, was mated with No. 87, emerging ` Sep. 18, and produced eggs Sep. 22. The young did not thrive as did those reared in midsummer, and some failed to pupate, as noted below: 1-1;:;: luis!. Egg hzxtcl1e1I Ready to pupzxtc. Adult emerged. 166. Sep. 21 Sep. 28 Nov. 2 1 111111 167. " 21 28 Oct. 25 1 .111.1 168. " 21 28 " 23 1 11111 11 169. " 21 " 28 27 1 111 170. " 21 28 23 1 1 11111 171. " 21 " 28 Larva died 1 111 11 172. " 21 28 Oct. 25 1 1 173. " 21 28 21 1 1 11 17-1. " 21 " 28 " 21 1 1111 7 175. " 21 " 28 " 22 1 11 11111 176. " 21 28 " 23 1 11 177. " 21 " 28 Nov. 1 11 11 178. " 21 28 " 3 179. " 21 " 28 Oct. 25 1 1 1 1111 180. " 21 " 28 Larva died 1 181. " 21 " 28 Oct. 25 .1. 182. " 21 " 28 " 24 183. " 21 ` 28 " 22