A Revision of the North American Species of Buprestid Beetles Belonging to the Tribe Chrysobothrini ...
U.S. Government Printing Office, 1942 - Actenodes - 275 pages
The present publication is the result of several years study of Actenodes and Chrysobothris and comprises all the species of these genera found in the mainland of America, north of Mexico, but including Lower California, the fauna of which is very similar to that of the desert regions of the Southwestern States.
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Antenna apical apical third arcuately converging arcuately emarginate base broadly rounded bronzy green brown California Chamberlin Chrysobothris clothed with long clypeus coarsely Coleopt collected convex costae cupreous deeply densely densely granulose depressions dilation disk distinct distinctly eighth tergite elevated elongate Elytra elytron emarginate at apex emarginate in front examined female femur finely fourth foveae front hairs head Horn intervals irregular irregularly punctate July June last visible abdominal last visible sternite lateral margins LeConte Length less locality long as wide longitudinal carina male median lobe middle moderately narrowed occiput parallel posterior posteriorly pronotum Prosternum punctate punctured purplish records recumbent rugose segments separately serrate shallowly short sides sinuate slightly smooth spaces sparsely clothed species specimens strongly strongly shining surface surface coarsely third tibia of male tinge tips tooth Trans transversely truncate uniformly vague visible abdominal sternite white hairs wide as long widest width