The Gypsy Moth, By Edward Forbush and Charles Fernald, 1st Ed, Illustrated, 1896


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The Gypsy Moth.

Porthetria Ddispar (Linn.).

A report of the work of destroying the insect in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, together with an account of its history and habits both in Massachusetts and Europe.

by Edward H. Forbush


Charles H. Fernald A. M., Ph. D.

Published under the direction of the State Board of Agriculture by authority of the Legislature.




66 plates (three chromolithographs, some plates with explanatory letterpress on facing page), illustrations, 5 maps (one monochrome).



Publisher: Wright & Potter Printing Co., Boston

Copyright: 1896

Condition: This book is in good condition. Hardcover. Original black embossed cloth. Boards show some wear along edges and corners. The cloth is torn along outer hinges. Heavy book with massive amounts of information on the gypsy moth including color and black and white plates. Text block is crisp and clean. Penciled inscriptions on front endpaper. Front hinge cracked and binding detached. Easily fixed.

495 pages plus index and appendix,
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