The American Entomologist; An Illustrated Magazine of Popular and Practical Entomology Volume 2

The American Entomologist; An Illustrated Magazine of Popular and Practical Entomology Volume 2

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1870 edition. Excerpt: ...( 11. Fore wings coriaceous, m. Fore wings not reticulated. mm. Fore wings reticulated, ii. Hind leg-very Ininr.;'. Fore femora aiid lore tibial not spiny. lc. Eyes not very prominent. 1. Second joint of the hind tarsi very distinct. Pvducirtus. Scudd 11. Second joint of the hind tarsi hardly apparent. m. Wings complete. Plaiydactylu. Brulli. mm. Wings none. n. Spines of the hind tibia; very short nn. Spines of the hind tibia! long. tt. Eyes very prominent. I Legs stout. II. Legs slender. j. (Not represented.) hh. l'rothorax very long and narrow i. Head elongated. (Ecantkut, Sen. ii. Head not elongated. Laurepa, Walk. fg. Fore wings extremely long.. Hod) stout. Tarraija, Walk. hh. Body very slender. Nocera. Walk. If Third joint of the maxillary palpi directly truncated. Tiij/onidiuin, Kami. ce. Four anterior legs very long. /. Hind femora not abruptly attenuated. Luzura. Walk. //. Hind femora abruptly attenuated beyond the middle. Phalangoptu, fieri, dd. Hind tibia; without lateral spines. e. l'rothorax produced hind ward. Cycloptilum. Scud. tt. l'rothorax not produced hindvvard. /. Body stout. Urnebiu. GOrT. ff. Body v ery slender Xabea. Walk cc. Face very flat. Platyblernmur.isen. Thtnc represented in North America. Aciikta is reltrictwl to SrAi:1dadylui menurosm of Blanch., Hit..Vol., iil. 31; Serv. Hit. (MA., 2 iKcaaihiu nigrtcornvt, Walk., Cat. Dermat. Salt. p. "Female.--Testaceous, slender, shining. Head slifflitly eloiipted, with three black stripes extending from the hinuhonler, one between the eyes and one on eneh side below the eyes. Eyes elongated, slightly prominent. Third joint of the palpi clavate, obliquely truncated, longer than the second. Antenna; black, testaceous at the base, very much longer than the body, ...show more

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  • Paperback | 96 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 5mm | 186g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236641310
  • 9781236641311