A Monograph of the C̲u̲l̲i̲c̲i̲d̲a̲e̲, Or Mosquitoes: Mainly Compiled from the Collections Received at the British Museum from Various Parts of the World in Connection with the Investigation Into the Cause of Malaria Conducted by the Colonial Office and the Royal Society, Volume 4

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order of the Trustees, 1907 - Mosquitoes - 7 pages
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Page 414 - The first submarginal cell is a little longer and decidedly narrower than the second posterior cell, its base slightly nearer the apex of the wing than that of the second posterior cell, its stem as long as the cell; stem of the second posterior...
Page 612 - Wings with brown scales; the first submarginal cell longer and narrower than the second posterior cell, its stem...
Page 589 - ... two-thirds the length of the cell ; stem of the second posterior cell nearly as long as the cell ; posterior cross-vein...
Page 233 - ... than half the length of the cell ; stem of the second posterior not quite as long as the cell ; posterior cross-vein nearly twice its own length distant from the mid cross-vein.
Page 45 - ... of the second posterior cell, its stem about two-thirds the length of the cell ; stem of the second posterior cell...
Page 238 - ... its stem as long as the cell ; stem of the second posterior longer than the cell ; posterior cross-vein about its own length distant from the mid.
Page 340 - ... scales slightly tinged with yellow. Basal bands of first and second abdominal segments somewhat indistinct, those of the third and fourth well marked, the dorsum of the remaining segments nearly covered with silvery white scales. Ventral surface sparsely clothed with silvery gray and yellowish scales. Femora and tibiae mostly yellowish with somewhat brown scales, which are flecked where thick with white. Fore and mid tarsi brown...
Page 249 - ... longer than the cell; posterior cross-vein about one and a half times its own length distant from the mid.
Page 497 - Thorax deep blackish-brow n, clothed with narrow-curved bronzy-brown scales and irregularly ornamented with broader narrow-curved golden scales, with broad narrow-curved white and black scales at the sides just before the roots of the wings, a marked pale area in front of the roots of the wings and pale scales on each side of the bare space in front of the scutellum, much denuded, deep blackish-brown with curved pale golden scales on the...
Page 533 - Wings rather short; first sub-marginal cell a little longer and narrower than the second posterior cell, its base nearer the base of the wing than that of the second posterior...

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