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Fig. 3.  Some damage types on leaves of Comptonia peregrina.  These drawings show three different types of leaf damage involving removal of a portion of leaf. Dotted line indicates probable area of original leaf margins. A leaf displaying "emarginat​ion" (left) and "hole" upper right. B "Emarginat​ion" (left and right), C "Emarginat​ion" (lower left) and "shothole" upper right.) Gwen D. Feldman's Honor's Thesis.

Fig. 3. Some damage types on leaves of Comptonia peregrina. These drawings show three different types of leaf damage involving removal of a portion of leaf. Dotted line indicates probable area of original leaf margins. A leaf displaying "emarginat​ion" (left) and "hole" upper right. B "Emarginat​ion" (left and right), C "Emarginat​ion" (lower left) and "shothole" upper right.) Gwen D. Feldman's Honor's Thesis.

Fig 1. Comptonia peregrina: A. Branchlet showing mature fruit and accessory bracts X 1 B. Leaf shape X 1 C. Branchlet with staminate catkins X 1/2  From Gwen D. Feldman's Honor's Thesis. At the Cary Arboretum, Gwen worked with a team of scientists. Learning from these dedicated scientists was a life enriching experience. Year four of thirteen years in paleontological and botanical research.  https://plus.google.com/u/0/photos/+GwenDFeldman/albums/6250579465686768689

Fig 1. Comptonia peregrina: A. Branchlet showing mature fruit and accessory bracts X 1 B. Leaf shape X 1 C. Branchlet with staminate catkins X 1/2 From Gwen D. Feldman's Honor's Thesis. At the Cary Arboretum, Gwen worked with a team of scientists. Learning from these dedicated scientists was a life enriching experience. Year four of thirteen years in paleontological and botanical research. https://plus.google.com/u/0/photos/+GwenDFeldman/albums/6250579465686768689

Page 13  Table 2. Cumulative sampling frequency by species. Gwen D. Feldman's Honor's Thesis.  Year four of thirteen years in paleontological and botanical research.  https://plus.google.com/u/0/photos/+GwenDFeldman/albums/6250579465686768689

Page 13 Table 2. Cumulative sampling frequency by species. Gwen D. Feldman's Honor's Thesis. Year four of thirteen years in paleontological and botanical research. https://plus.google.com/u/0/photos/+GwenDFeldman/albums/6250579465686768689

Page 36. Acknowledg​ements. Gwen D. Feldman's Honor's Thesis. Year four of thirteen years in paleontological and botanical research.  https://plus.google.com/u/0/photos/+GwenDFeldman/albums/6250579465686768689

Page 36. Acknowledg​ements. Gwen D. Feldman's Honor's Thesis. Year four of thirteen years in paleontological and botanical research. https://plus.google.com/u/0/photos/+GwenDFeldman/albums/6250579465686768689

Fig. 5 The Cumulative Sampling Frequencie​s of All Insect Species Found on Comptonia peregrina. From Gwen D. Feldman's Honor's Thesis. Year four of thirteen years in paleontological and botanical research.  https://plus.google.com/u/0/photos/+GwenDFeldman/albums/6250579465686768689

Fig. 5 The Cumulative Sampling Frequencie​s of All Insect Species Found on Comptonia peregrina. From Gwen D. Feldman's Honor's Thesis. Year four of thirteen years in paleontological and botanical research. https://plus.google.com/u/0/photos/+GwenDFeldman/albums/6250579465686768689

Page 39 Plate II Scanning Electron Micrograph​s of Comptonia peregrina by Dr. Thomas Elias. Glandular trichomes and peltate glands on leaves of Comptonia peregrina. First photo Portion of immature leaf showing glandular trichomes and peltate glands X 100. Second photo peltate gland of leaf surface X 2000.   from Gwen D. Feldman's Honor's Thesis.  Year four of thirteen years in paleontological and botanical research.  https://plus.google.com/u/0/photos/+GwenDFeldman/albums/6250579465686768689

Page 39 Plate II Scanning Electron Micrograph​s of Comptonia peregrina by Dr. Thomas Elias. Glandular trichomes and peltate glands on leaves of Comptonia peregrina. First photo Portion of immature leaf showing glandular trichomes and peltate glands X 100. Second photo peltate gland of leaf surface X 2000. from Gwen D. Feldman's Honor's Thesis. Year four of thirteen years in paleontological and botanical research. https://plus.google.com/u/0/photos/+GwenDFeldman/albums/6250579465686768689

Page 38. Plate I   1. A branch of Comptonia peregrina.  2 Site 1 on the Cary Arboretum grounds Shale outcrop is prominent.  3 Individual of Comptonia peregrina. Fruit is in foreground​.  Gwen D. Feldman's Honor's Thesis. Year four of thirteen years in paleontological and botanical research.  https://plus.google.com/u/0/photos/+GwenDFeldman/albums/6250579465686768689

Page 38. Plate I 1. A branch of Comptonia peregrina. 2 Site 1 on the Cary Arboretum grounds Shale outcrop is prominent. 3 Individual of Comptonia peregrina. Fruit is in foreground​. Gwen D. Feldman's Honor's Thesis. Year four of thirteen years in paleontological and botanical research. https://plus.google.com/u/0/photos/+GwenDFeldman/albums/6250579465686768689

Plate IV (After Page 41)  Cross sections of a leaf from Comptonia peregrina showing gland detail as described, both peltate glands and glandular trichomes.  First photo X 400. Second photo X 400. Third photo X 1000. Photos by Paul A. Feldman in collaborat​ion with Gwen D. Feldman.  From Gwen D. Feldman's Honor's Thesis.  Year four of thirteen years in paleontological and botanical research.  https://plus.google.com/u/0/photos/+GwenDFeldman/albums/6250579465686768689

Plate IV (After Page 41) Cross sections of a leaf from Comptonia peregrina showing gland detail as described, both peltate glands and glandular trichomes. First photo X 400. Second photo X 400. Third photo X 1000. Photos by Paul A. Feldman in collaborat​ion with Gwen D. Feldman. From Gwen D. Feldman's Honor's Thesis. Year four of thirteen years in paleontological and botanical research. https://plus.google.com/u/0/photos/+GwenDFeldman/albums/6250579465686768689

Figure 4. The Cumulative Sampling Frequencie​s of Insect Species in Order Found on Comptonia peregrina. Members of Lepidopter​a were the most frequently found insects on this host plant.  From Gwen D. Feldman's Honor's Thesis. Year four of thirteen years in paleontological and botanical research.  https://plus.google.com/u/0/photos/+GwenDFeldman/albums/6250579465686768689

Figure 4. The Cumulative Sampling Frequencie​s of Insect Species in Order Found on Comptonia peregrina. Members of Lepidopter​a were the most frequently found insects on this host plant. From Gwen D. Feldman's Honor's Thesis. Year four of thirteen years in paleontological and botanical research. https://plus.google.com/u/0/photos/+GwenDFeldman/albums/6250579465686768689

Title Page of Gwen D. Feldman Honor's Thesis April 1981.  Submitted in partial fulfilmen​t towards the requiremen​ts for completion in four years of a Bachelor of Science degree with Honors at Marlboro College in May 1981 Honors Thesis Gwen D. Feldman A Coevolutionary Study: Comptonia peregrina and Insect Herbivory.  https://plus.google.com/u/0/photos/+GwenDFeldman/albums/6250579465686768689

Title Page of Gwen D. Feldman Honor's Thesis April 1981. Submitted in partial fulfilmen​t towards the requiremen​ts for completion in four years of a Bachelor of Science degree with Honors at Marlboro College in May 1981 Honors Thesis Gwen D. Feldman A Coevolutionary Study: Comptonia peregrina and Insect Herbivory. https://plus.google.com/u/0/photos/+GwenDFeldman/albums/6250579465686768689

Page 41 Plate IV Cross sections of a Comptonia peregrina leaf showing gland detail. From Gwen D. Feldman's Honor's Thesis.  Year four of thirteen years in paleontological and botanical research.  https://plus.google.com/u/0/photos/+GwenDFeldman/albums/6250579465686768689

Page 41 Plate IV Cross sections of a Comptonia peregrina leaf showing gland detail. From Gwen D. Feldman's Honor's Thesis. Year four of thirteen years in paleontological and botanical research. https://plus.google.com/u/0/photos/+GwenDFeldman/albums/6250579465686768689

Gwen's Honor's Thesis A Co-evolutionary Study: Comptonia peregrina and Insect Herbivory Abstract From Gwen D. Feldman's Honor's Thesis. picasaweb.google.... At the Cary Arboretum, Gwen worked with a team of scientists that included an Evolutionary Botanist who earned his doctorate from Harvard University and a Chemical Ecologist who earned his doctorate in Britain. Learning from these dedicated scientists was a life enriching experience.

Gwen's Honor's Thesis A Co-evolutionary Study: Comptonia peregrina and Insect Herbivory Abstract From Gwen D. Feldman's Honor's Thesis. picasaweb.google.... At the Cary Arboretum, Gwen worked with a team of scientists that included an Evolutionary Botanist who earned his doctorate from Harvard University and a Chemical Ecologist who earned his doctorate in Britain. Learning from these dedicated scientists was a life enriching experience.

Plate II (After Page 39) Scanning Electron Micrograph​s of glandular trichomes and peltate glands on leaves of Comptonia peregrina. First photo Portion of immature leaf showing glandular trichomes and peltate glands X 100. Second photo peltate gland on leaf surface X 2000. Taken by Dr. Thomas Elias at the New York Botanical Garden. From Gwen D. Feldman's Honor's Thesis. 1981 Honors Thesis  A Co-evolutionary Study

Plate II (After Page 39) Scanning Electron Micrograph​s of glandular trichomes and peltate glands on leaves of Comptonia peregrina. First photo Portion of immature leaf showing glandular trichomes and peltate glands X 100. Second photo peltate gland on leaf surface X 2000. Taken by Dr. Thomas Elias at the New York Botanical Garden. From Gwen D. Feldman's Honor's Thesis. 1981 Honors Thesis A Co-evolutionary Study

Table 4 (Page 15) Number of Insect Species Found per Order on Ten Sample Plants of Comptonia peregrina.  From Gwen D. Feldman's Honor's Thesis. Year four of thirteen years in paleontological and botanical research.  https://plus.google.com/u/0/photos/+GwenDFeldman/albums/6250579465686768689

Table 4 (Page 15) Number of Insect Species Found per Order on Ten Sample Plants of Comptonia peregrina. From Gwen D. Feldman's Honor's Thesis. Year four of thirteen years in paleontological and botanical research. https://plus.google.com/u/0/photos/+GwenDFeldman/albums/6250579465686768689

Page 14  Table 3.  Cumulative sampling frequency by species.  From Gwen D. Feldman's Honor's Thesis.  Year four of thirteen years in paleontological and botanical research.  https://plus.google.com/u/0/photos/+GwenDFeldman/albums/6250579465686768689

Page 14 Table 3. Cumulative sampling frequency by species. From Gwen D. Feldman's Honor's Thesis. Year four of thirteen years in paleontological and botanical research. https://plus.google.com/u/0/photos/+GwenDFeldman/albums/6250579465686768689

Page 17. Insects which Possibly Caused Damage.  From Gwen D. Feldman's Honor's Thesis.  Year four of thirteen years in paleontological and botanical research.  https://plus.google.com/u/0/photos/+GwenDFeldman/albums/6250579465686768689

Page 17. Insects which Possibly Caused Damage. From Gwen D. Feldman's Honor's Thesis. Year four of thirteen years in paleontological and botanical research. https://plus.google.com/u/0/photos/+GwenDFeldman/albums/6250579465686768689

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