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" Antiopa, in particular, will not be seen by any one for eight, ten, or more years, and then appear as plentiful as before. To suppose they come from the continent is an idle conjecture ; because the English specimens are easily distinguished from all... "
Lepidoptera Britannica: sistens digestionem novam insectorum lepidopterorum ... - Page 16
by Adrian Hardy Haworth - 1803 - 609 pages
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The Kaleidoscope: or, Literary and scientific mirror, Volume 1

1821
...before. To suppose they come from he continent is an idle conjecture, because the Engish specimen* are easily distinguished from all others by the superior...vegetables, may occasionally lie dormant for several seasons, and not batch, until some extraordinary, but indiscovered coincidences awake them into active...
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The Entomologist's Useful Compendium: Or, An Introduction to the Knowledge ...

George Samouelle - Insects - 1819 - 496 pages
...particular will not be seen by any one for eight, ten, or more years, and then appear as plentiful as before. To suppose they come from the Continent,...vegetables, may occasionally lie dormant for several seasons, and not hatch until some extraordinary but undiscovered coincidence awake them into active...
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Time's Telescope for ... ; Or, A Complete Guide to the Almanack

Almanacs, English - 1820
...not be seen by any one for eight or ten or more years, and then appear again in as great abundance as before. To suppose they come from the continent...Perhaps, their eggs in this climate, like the seeds of pome vegetables, may occasionally lie dormant for S several seasons, and not batch, until some extraordinary,...
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The Young Lady's Book: A Manual of Elegant Recreations, Exercises, and Pursuits

Young lady - Great Britain - 1829 - 504 pages
...particular, will not be seen by any one for eight, ten, or more years, and then appear as plentiful as before. To suppose they come from the continent...vegetables, may, occasionally, lie dormant for several seasons, and not hatch until some extraordinary, but undiscovered, coincidence awake them into active...
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Magazine of Natural History, Volume 7

John Claudius Loudon, Edward Charlesworth, John Denson - Natural history - 1834
...more years, and 'lien appear again as plentiful as before. To suppose they come from the ' ontinent is an idle conjecture, because the English specimens...the seeds of some vegetables, may occasionally lie uormant for several seasons, and not hatch, until some extraordinary but undiscovered coincidences...
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The Natural History of Insects, Volume 2

James Rennie, John Obadiah Westwood - Insects - 1835 - 321 pages
...Antiopa will not be seen by any one for eight or ten or more years, and then appear again as plentiful as before. To suppose they come from the Continent...vegetables, may occasionally lie dormant for several seasons, and not hatch until some extraordinary coincidences awake them into active life." And Mr....
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Dwight's American Magazine, Volume 3

Theodore Dwight - 1847
...Antiopa will not be seen by any one for eight or ten or more years, and then appear again as plentiful as before. To suppose they come from the Continent...easily distinguished from all others by the superior whiieness of th< ir borders. Perhaps their eggs in this climate, like the seeds of some vegetables,...
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The Butterflies of Great Britain, with Their Transformations, Delineated and ...

John Obadiah Westwood - Butterflies - 1855 - 140 pages
...however, it has become rare, but appears periodically, after a lapse of eight, ten, or more years. " To suppose they come from the Continent is an idle...vegetables, may occasionally lie dormant for several seasons, and not hatch until some extraordinary but undiscovered coincidences awake them into active...
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The Church of England quarterly review

1855
...English Channel. Haworth, however, in his " Lepidoptera Britannica," thus combats this opinion : — " To suppose they come from the Continent is an idle...specimens are easily distinguished from all others by the whiteness of their borders. Perhaps their eggs in this climate, like the seeds of some vegetables,...
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Manual of the Arts, for Young People: Or, A Present for All Seasons

Archery - 1857 - 450 pages
...ten, or more years, and then appear us plentiful as before. To suppose they come from the cont>nnt is an idle conjecture; because the English specimens...vegetables, may, occasionally, lie dormant for several seasons, and not hatch until some extraordinary, but undiscovered, coioci dence awake them into active...
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