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Insects Affecting Hard Pine : 1. Pitch mass of pitch twig moth Retinia constockiana Fern., with pupal shwll protruding therefrom in one case; the other shows old and recent pitch; 2. Pitch mass of pitch inhabiting midge, Diplosis resinicola Osten Sacken; 3. Shoot infested with Nantucket p9ine moth larva, Retinsia frustrana Scudd., showing the abortive growth; 4. Pitch pine needle gall fly, Diplosis pini-rigidae Pack., showing needles deformed by this insect; 4a. Work on needles of the prefious year; 5. Needles affected by the pine leaf miner, Gelechia pinifoliella Chamb., note the brown tips of the affected needles; 6. A pine sawfly larvae, Lophyrus abietis Harris in nabural position on the needles; below are stubs of eaten needles; 6a. Cocoon of same at base of pine needles; 7. Pine Chrysomela, Glyptoscelis pubescens Fabr...; 8. Pales weevil, Hylobius pales Herbst.; 9. Chrysobothris pusilla Bap. & Gory; 10. Chrysobothris florcola Gory; 11. Chrysobothris dentipes Germ.; 12, 13, and 14. Varieties of the light loving grapevine beetle, Anomala luciola Fabr., a species which is very abundant on hard pines; 15. Pilophorus crassipes Uhl....; 16. Magdalis alutacca Lec.; 17. Magdalis perforata Horn; 18. Lace winged fly, Chrysopa species; 18a. Cocoons of same on needles

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