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Abdomen alas posticas Abdomen extending acutæ alæ anticæ Antennæ apice articulo 30 ascending band base Becker's collection bind blackish body body 4 lines border slightly convex Bouchard's collection breadth breviores broad brown brownish capitis latitudine caput cinerea cinereous CONCHYLIS conical Corpus costa CRAMBUS dark discal disk dots duabus elongate England Europe extending a little exterior border slightly Fæm fascia fawn-colour Female Fore wings Fore wings acute fringe front fusca fuscis fusco Genus graciles GRAPHOLITA head Hind wings interior lanceolate latter Legs Length linea lineis lines longer Male marginal marginal points margine exteriore marks middle minute moderately narrow nearly nigris nigro oblique ochraceous pale pale cinereous pallide Palpi porrect Pedes points posticæ Presented Proboscis rounded second joint short shorter side slender smooth speckles Stephens stout streaks stripe submarginal subtus superans third joint thorax tinged tips transverse tuft vertex whitish wings 10 lines
Page 341 - Length of the body 3 lines ; of the wings 6 lines. a. St. Martin's Falls, Albany River, Hudson's Bay. Presented by G. Barnston, Esq.
Page 287 - Hemiptera known to exist in the collections of European and American Entomologists. The letters a, b, c, &c., after the species, denote the specimens now contained in the British Museum, followed by the habitat and the mode in which each of them was obtained ; and the absence of these letters indicates the species which are desiderata, and therefore desirable to be procured for the collection. JE GRAY.
Page 303 - ... oblique. Length of the body 3 lines ; of the wings 8 lines. a. Moreton Bay. From Mr. Diggles
Page 287 - PREFACE. THE object of the present Catalogue is to give a complete List of all the genera and species of Hemiptera Heteroptera known to exist in the collections of European and American Entomologists.
Page 302 - Body bluish purple. Head, fore part of the thorax, tip of the abdomen and fore coxae crimson. Palpi shorter than the head ; third joint conical, less than one-fourth of the length of the second. Antenna wanting. Abdomen extending for one-third of its length beyond the hind wings. Legs purplish-black, moderately stout. Wings black, tinged with green and purple, rather long and narrow ; first and second inferior veins of the fore wings near together at the base ; third full twice further from...
Page 545 - Hind wings a little paler than the fore wings. Length of the body 3 lines; of the wings 8 lines.
Page 290 - Length of the body, 7 lines; of the wings, 14 lines. "a. St. Martin's Falls, Albany River, Hudson's Bay. Presented by Dr. Barnston.
Page 423 - Male. Body rather slender, nearly linear, moderately long. Palpi hairy, much shorter than the head ; third joint conical, not more than one-fourth of the length of the second. Antennae moderately pectinated. Abdomen elongate-fusiform, extending for onefourth of its .length beyond the hind wings, forcipated at the tip. Legs rather slender; hind tibiae with four long spurs. Wings rather long and narrow. Fore wings hardly convex in front, slightly angular behind ; first and...
Page 296 - Palpi luteous, porrect, compressed, slightly curved, with a short fringe on the under side, longer than the breadth of the head; third joint lanceolate, about half the length of the second.