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A. Head of a typical Moth

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showing proboscis formed by flexible maxillae (g) between the labial palps (p);c, face; e, eye; the structure m has been regarded as the vestige of a mandible. B. Basal part (b) of maxilla removed from head, with vestigial palp (p). Magnified.

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The Life-Story of Insects
By Geo. H. Carpenter
Published in 1913
Available from gutenberg.org
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