Stanford University Publications; University Series. Biological Sciences Volume 1

Stanford University Publications; University Series. Biological Sciences Volume 1

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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. 1921 edition. Excerpt: ...6. colaradensis, n. sp. PUNCTATUS GRour. Basal angles of the pronotum distinctly obtuse and angulate; sixth and eighth antennal joints distinctly smaller than the contiguous joints.................................................................................................................................... 7. obscurellus Lec. Basal angles of pronotum broadly rounded and quite continuously so with the i sides and base.............................................................................................................. 1 1. Smaller species and not elongate; antennae subclavate. joints four to eight scarcely longer than wide; frons and central area of pronotum sparsely and distinctly punctate; fimbriae very short.................... 8. punctatus Motsch.--. Larger species; antennae not clavate, long and slender, joints distinctly elongate; pronotum mor_e transverse; fimbriae moderate in length; pubescence longer; elytral patter n discernible......................... 9. dilutus, n. sp. ANNULATUS GROUP. Elytra with three transverse fasciae, the median widest, tending to diffuse along the suture; head and pronotum noticeably narrower than the elytral base; central area of pronotum very sparsely punctate....................10. martini, n. sp. Elytra with three almost even transverse dark fasciae; surface somewhat dull; fourth and fifth antennal joints triangular.......................................................... l 1. Legs piceous or black; form stouter and oblong (male), or oblong-ovate (female)........................................................................................l1. annulatus Casey--. Legs rufous; form feebly elongate, oblong-oval........................l2. rubripes Casey DIFFICILIS GRour. Pronotum strongly...show more

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  • 189 x 246 x 5mm | 195g
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  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236788907
  • 9781236788900