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TEXAS NATURE OBSERVATIONS AND REMINISCENCES. 65
illslane.e of sUch iInljuriouls insects
as t11e cotton holl ) weevils and
w orm" s. e'nterlpilla;rs, grasshojp-
Iers. fu'lirs and Iostunitoes. Other
i scc.ts, lice(, ticks, bedhugis, spi-
rig id enforcement of modern san-
itarV measures: ut1ll the fly pest is
still awaitinll, a more radical eras-
r11'e froli its existence. T'he troi-
ble is, these pests, besides being
I 1 RI st "1', A Ri I :It: I t; i \ir AI iT HEI i.' I 1:r E HY OR. CHAS. R. A. C -AM HI'tEI..
('u tnel Li C o urtes' oi the Sunda" lditor of the I)ail' Light
irs, scorlpicns, etc.--are more or
less anl(nat)Ohle to (destru'ction by
our modern methods, and also thie
imosisllito p'ost 'an and has bleen
enliitnated to a certain de'r ,e by
constantly reproduced during
th}ir ,reeding seasons from those
surllvivinl. cannot (asily be
reached beyond the boundary line
of inlhahited places, and they con-
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