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that when the matter was made public the figures published by ---- which you have somewhere with the other papers.  I send you my copy and I am quite certain that if the winged insect is correctly figured on it, the
winged insect found by Reedy is not the true Phylloxera but it bears an unpleasant resemblance in as much as it is a winged creature and found on the vine leaf exactly where he ought to be found ---  I carried the features of Reedy's insect in my eye and I know it has long tapering antenna  -- also that its legs are long slender ones.  whereas the figure in the Sydney Mail shews a short thick antenna with projections on the side like teeth of a Saw.  Reedy's specimen

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