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The Pamphlet Collection of Sir Robert Stout: Volume 14

Life History

Life History.

The perfect insect hibernates in the ground in crannies of poles or bark, in litter or rubbish near the hop plants, or in the outsides of hop plantations. It is believed that the females deposit eggs when they arrive on the plants, whose larvæ begin to feed at once; the pupæ and the perfected insect also feed upon the plants in the same manner.