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Calc. .32 .45 .62 .86 1.2 1.67 2.3 3.2 4.5 vat .72
Found .34 .4 .6 .9 1.2 1.9 2.5 3.4 4.5
416 (J. Doll) from Guadalajara! 
[[in blue]] Sept 16 1893 [[/in blue]]
[[blue strikethrough]] [[underlined]] Arachnis aulea [[/underlined]] Mat. [[strikethrough]] pseudo [[/strikethrough]] hibernating Hd normal ^[[insertion]] rounded as wide as high, scarcely bilobed [[/insertion]] flattened before, slightly retracted below 2. Shiny black, Body normal, large, robust. Warts large but low, [[/blue strikethrough]] circular, not at all elevated. Hair very bristly, quite short but dense, deep black, Body brownish black, dark, [[immaculate?]]. Feet blackish vinous Tho feet black. Warts pale brown, contrasting. Length 45-50 mm [[image - blue checkmark]] W hd 4
[[underlined]] [[Others?]] Stage I [[/underlined]] (Sept 16) Hd bilobed ^[[insertion]] lobes full, rounded, clypeus large [[/insertion]] mouth projection shiny blackish ^[[insertion]] ocelli black, mouth brown, [[strikethough]] cly [[/strikethrough]] [[/insertion]] W .3± ^[[insertion]] (Sh hd .30) [[underlined]] with camera .34 [[/underlined]] [[/insertion]] Body pale whitish brown [[blue strikethrough]] shading into a milky color dorsally under lens. Warts small, black, arranged normally [[image - half circle]] C-Sh, tho feet & abd. outwardly black. Hairs single black, rather long and curving in different directions, single from [[circled]] 1 [[/circled]] [[circled]] 2 [[/circled]] 5-12, several from a wart on the others. Some rusty brown S-d shading. Hair pointed very [[minutely?]] spinulose. Under X50 the warts are rounded [[image - half circle]] grey areas, scarcely elevated, smooth, the hair from black tubercles in these areas. [[/blue strikethrough]]
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[[blue strikethrough]] 6-10 marked in brick red around [[circled]] 1 [[/circled]]. D. line very narrow pale, Lateral white lines obscure, [[Hair?]] 2-5, 11-12 more abundant & longer than centrally. S-v hair white. All spiculated warts black, rather coarsely granular. Hd .8± (Sh .9) A few long pale hairs at both ends [[underlined]] Molt [[overwritten]] V [[/overwritten]] Oct 5 [[/underlined]] Hd squarish, black, W mm [[insertion]] (Sh hd 1.2) [[/insertion]] Body all black, with a narrow red d-line. Warts & tho. feet shiny; hair black at ends foxy red centrally, [[tho?]] long ant & post. hair & warts of the s-v ones pale, nearly white. At first glance the shiny warts look as if there were white specks some where [[underlined]] Molt [[overwritten]] VI [[/overwritten]] Oct 10 [[/underlined]] Hd shiny black Body black, immaculate, the warts shiny. Abd feet ^ [[insertion]] light [[/insertion]] reddish. Hair stiff bristly, pointed spinulose, foxy red mixed with black all over the body with a few longer pale ones. The small spiracles white S-v hair indistinctly paler. (Sh hd 1.9) [[underlined]] Molt [[overwritten]] VII [[/overwritten]] Oct 15 [[/underlined]] Hd 2.8± Hd black, reddish at vertex. [[?]] of ant. pale. Same but central wart in the sides brownish Spiracles white. Hair same. S-v scarcely paler. (Sh hd 2.5) [[underlined]] Molt [[overwritten]] VIII [[/overwritten]] Oct 22 [[/underlined]] Black, warts brown, hair with a little red still. Abd feet dull crimson Spiracles reddish (Sh hd 3.4)

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