Catalogue of the Specimens of Heteropterous-Hemiptera in the Collection of the British Museum, Part 1

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Trustees of the British museum, 1867 - Hemiptera
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Page 151 - Antenna; less than half tt:e length of the body ; first joint red at tip; second a little longer than the third : fourth much longer than the third ; fifth a little shorter than the fourth. Thorax with a few large punctures along each side, and with an indistinct transverse furrow, which is obsolete on each side and is accompanied by a few large punctures. Scutellum with a few large punctures, its breadth at the base much shorter than its length. Legs robust; tibiae with stout spines. Fore wings...
Page 227 - Antennae testaceous, blackishspeckled, slender, more than half the length of the body ; first joint not extending to the front of the head ; second longer than the first, shorter than the third ; fourth...
Page 202 - Head, thorax, median segment and two basal abdominal segments coarsely rugose, the head slightly convex, much broader than long, with a deep depression on each side between the eye and the base of the antenna.
Page 151 - Walker, British Museum Catal., pt. i, p. 151, No. 21. " Black, robust, elliptical, shining, slightly convex, beset with stout bristles along the sides of the head and of the thorax. Head more than half the breadth of the thorax, almost smooth, except some oblique striaou each side in front.
Page 225 - ... the length of the second, which is a little shorter than the third ; fourth and fifth Muck, a Utile longer than the third ; fifth shorter than the fourth.
Page 57 - Head slightly rostifrform, with two black longitudinal lines, which in the fore part are accompanied by two slight furrows. Thorax somewhat rounded along the hind border, angular on each side, contracted in front; two slight and interrupted black lines; a transverse lanceolate ferruginous-bordered mark on each side near the fore border. Scutellum with a short longitudinal streak on each side, composed of minute black speckles.
Page 151 - ... the tips. Thorax almost smooth, with a distinct transverse furrow very near the fore border, and with an indistinct longitudinal furrow which extends from the transverse furrow to one-third of the length. Scntellum thinly punctured, very much longer than its...
Page 224 - Abdomen beneath with a furrow which extends to the hind border of the fourth segment, with a piceous apical patch, and with two black stripes which include testaceous lateral spots. Legs long, setuluse; femora blackspeckled ; tibiae piceous towards the tips.
Page 151 - Thorax almost smooth, with a distinct transverse furrow very near the fore border, and with an indistinct longitudinal furrow which extends from the transverse furrow to one-third of the length. Scntellum thinly punctured, very much longer than its breadth at the base. Legs thick, with stout spines ; tarsi reddish. Fore wings smooth, with two striae near the costa and two near the hind border ; membrane white, hyaline.
Page 88 - Scutellum largely punctured, having on each side a large piceous patch which is bordered with pale yellow on the inner side; hind border slightly excavated in the middle.

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