Bulletin of the United States National Museum Volume 45

Bulletin of the United States National Museum Volume 45

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1893 edition. Excerpt: ...the first segment quadrate, separated from the second by a strong constriction; venter distinctly, but not coarsely, striated. HAB1TA'1'.---Jacksonville, Fla. Types in G011. Ashmead. The wholly brown-black flagellum and the difference in the metathoracic angles separate the species from S. pallidicomis, the only species with which it would be apt to be confused. Scelio pallidicornis, sp. nov. 8. Length, 4.1"."" Black, coarsely rngose; antennae pale or brownish-yellow, the pedicel shorter than the first flagellar joint, the latter obconical and the longest joint; the third joint the widest, about 1% times as wide as long, or only slightly wider than the following joints. Angles of meta-thorax somewhat prominent, covered with a whitish pubescence. Wings subfuscous, hyaline at base, the stigma without a stigmal vein. Legs who11y_ brownish-yellow. Abdomen above coarsely striated, and with dilated punctures; beneath smoother, shining, but longitudinally striated, the striae faint or indistinct beneath the lateral carina. HABI'.1'A'.l'.--Jacksonville, Fla. Type in G011. Ashmead. A The large size, pale antenme, and color of wings at once separate the species from the others described here. 0 Scelio mdipodaa, sp. nov. 6 9. Length, 3.5 to 4"'"'. Black, rugose; scape, pedicel, and legs, except the coxaa, brownish-yellow; thorax with parapsidal furrows distinct, in female wanting anteriorly; tegulae piceous; wings hyaline, the stigma reaching the costa; the stfgmal vein wanting, or only slightly developed; metathorax truncate behind, the angles straight, not prominent; abdomen longer than the head and thorax united, striated; first segment well separated from the second by a strong constriction, ...show more

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  • Paperback | 212 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 11mm | 386g
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  • English
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  • 1236870271
  • 9781236870278