Date of Award
Master of Arts
The nervous system of insects has been subject of much study and research. By far the greatest part of this work has been on the orders of Orthopters, Lepidopters, Hymenopters, Diptera, and Coleoptera. This has been limited, in most cases, to a particular stage in the life history of the insect. This paper looks to study the morphology of the central nervous system of Epilachnia corrupta through all its stages in its life cycle.
Moore, Raymond F., "The comparative morphology of the central nervous system of the larva, pupa, and adult of Epilachnia corrupta" (1956). Master's Theses. 824.