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Re: Kittys lily insect

In a message dated 8/14/03 11:00:54 AM, kmrsy@comcast.net writes:

<<  Not like anything on that URL you sent either. >>

Kitty, did you get the message that contained the following? 

<<   He describes the lily weevil (Agasphaerops nigra) as 'The larvae are 
minute, whitish, legless grubs with chestnut-brown heads.  They burrow into the 
lily stem and bulb'.  The red lily beetle it is not but he adds this: 'The 
larva is a humpbacked, dirty yellow grub with a dark head, repulsively covering 
itself in dark, slimy excrement.'  Sounds like a handsome devil, huh?  Nothing 
else listed that would seem possible.>>   


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