Plate 1 - Pimpla lunator
PLATE 1. Fig 1. Pimpla lunator (male). (parasitic wasp) 2. Female perforating the trunk of a tree. S. Female at rest. 4. Male at rest. A. Antenna: magnified. B. Tarsi laaguified. I, d. Larva, natural size.
Lithograph, Hand Colored
Sheet Size 11.25 x 8.75 inches
Publisher: C Van Benthuysen, Albany
VG condition with Moisture staining to lower right, light soiling to plate
Ebenezer Emmons (May 16, 1799 October 1, 1863), American geologist and author, with an interest in geology and fossils.
Ebenezer Emmons Jr , Artist and Illustrator, son to author and geologist Ebenezer Emmons (1799-1863)
Gavit & Duthie , Engraving firm of John E Gavit (1817-1874) and James Duthie (1850 - 1873?)
From Natural History of New York. Agriculture of New - York: Composition and Distribution of the Soils and Rocks...More Common and Injurious Species of Insects., 1854.