The Journal of Entomology, Volume 1

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Taylor & Francis, 1862 - Entomology
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Page 154 - Female. — Black ; a tuft on the vertex and another in front of the anterior stemma pale yellow ; the thorax clothed above with pale pubessence, which is continued down the sides in front of the tegulae ; the thorax smooth and shining behind the scutellum ; the legs with very short black pubescence ; the wings fusco-hyaline. Abdomen nearly naked, shining, incurved and very acute at the apex, the margins of the segments thinly fringed with black pubescence.
Page 179 - Fore wings with a tawny tinge along the costa; ulna about half the length of the humerus; radius longer than the ulna; cubitus short.
Page 175 - ... the length of the humerus ; radius a little shorter than the ulna ; cubitus much shorter than the radius ; stigma very small, emitting a short branch.
Page 178 - Fore-wings clouded with brown in the disk; ulna hardly one-fourth of the length of the humerus; radius obsolete ; cubitus very short. Length of the body 2J lines; of the wings 3 lines.
Page 180 - Wings white : veins pale testaceous ; ulna less than half the length of the humerus ; radius a little more than half the length of the ulna ; cubitus a little less than half the length of the ulna.
Page 175 - Wings cinereous, rather short ; veins piceous ; ulna about half the length of the humerus ; radius as long as the ulna ; cubitus very short.
Page 177 - Wings cinereous ; veins black ; ulna a little more than half the length of the humerus ; radius as long as the ulna; cubitus very short.
Page 183 - ... the base. Wings cinereous ; veins black ; ulna about half the length of the humerus ; cubitus and radius very short.
Page 22 - ... yellow beneath. Prothorax with a yellow short transverse line in front, bordered with yellow behind and on each side, where the yellow part is triangular. Abdomen compressed, sessile, about twice the length of the thorax, bright, golden towards the tip ; first segment dark . red, with metallic gren reflexions, very little narrower than the other part, which is fusiform and keeled. Oviduct recurved to the metathorax. Legs yellow; anterior femora, except towards the tips and anterior coxae black;...
Page 177 - Wings cinereous, ample, with a luteous tinge along the costa except towards the tips ; veins black ; ulna about half the length of the humerus ; radius nearly as long as the ulna ; cubitus very short. Length of the body 4 lines ; of the wings 8 lines.

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