A Manual of British Coleoptera, Or Beetles: Containing a Brief Description of All the Species of Beetles Hitherto Ascertained to Inhabit Great Britain and Ireland; Together Wth a Notice of Their Chief Localities, Times and Places of Appearances, Etc

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Longman, Orme, Brown, Green, and Longmans, 1839 - Beetles - 443 pages
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Page 5 - Suffolk : 4-7 [April to July.] The following enumeration of the extent of the collection of Mr. Stephens, will, we should think, be sufficient to prove his ample qualifications for the work in question.
Page 290 - ... thorax with 3 black spots ; elytra with a long black dash within the margin, and a short streak near the middle ; legs dull yellow, thighs with a dusky spot without, tibiœ with a black streak, hinder pair bent. (L. 3 1.) Elms: London district : 6.
Page 350 - Ischnopoda characterized in these words : " Head nearly sessile, thorax longer than broad, elytra wide, body slender, abdomen acute at tip, legs slender, tarsi, especially the hinder, long, all five-jointed.
Page 3 - ... filiform, or setaceous, more or less elongate, sometimes very long and slender : body more or less elongated, convex, or slightly depressed : eyes generally lunate.
Page 205 - ... at the end of which the mouth is placed ; its sides with a groove to receive the antennae : body oval, narrowed in front ; tarti with 3d joint bilobed.
Page 290 - Oblong-ovate ; above testaceous ; deeply punctured : crown, furrow on the thorax, scutellum, a dash on the elytra, breast and base of abdomen black ; apex of abdomen and base of antenna?
Page 3 - Head produced in front into a rostrum, with the mouth at the apex : palpi minute : labrum wanting, or obsolete : niand.
Page 109 - ... short, membranous at tip : body convex, oval, rounded at each. end, clothed with scales or pile : legs slightly contractile ; tani 5-jointed.
Page 205 - Ant. short, slightly elbowed, basal joint elongate, apical joints forming a more or less solid mass : labrum obsolete...

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