Document Type

Article

Journal/Book Title/Conference

The Pan-Pacific Entomologist

Volume

23

Issue

2

Publication Date

4-1-1947

First Page

85

Last Page

90

Abstract

The Palo Verde Valley, a narrow strip of river bottom about thirty miles long lying adjacent to the Colorado River in eastern Riverside County, California, is bounded by mountains and a mesa to the north, south and west, and by the Colorado River to the east. It has a considerable acreage of cultivated areas although the greater portion of the valley consists of mesquite, tamarisk and arrow-weed thickets. Thus the valley offers a splendid opportunity for collecting a varied population of Dasymutilla in large numbers.

Available for download on Friday, January 01, 4500

Included in

Entomology Commons

Share

COinS