Transactions of the American Entomological Society Volume . 34

 
9781153184861: Transactions of the American Entomological Society Volume . 34
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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1908 Excerpt: ...with only a few small punctures; antenua? shown in Fig. 55. Humeral angles rounded; the mesonotum smooth and polished, with several moderate sized punctures scattered over it, these a little thicker on the scutellum and on the propodeum ahove the petiole; anterior, parapsidal and lateral grooves distinct; mesopleune impunctate, shining, except the anterior swelling which is finely punctured; propodeum except ahove the petiole shallowly reticulated, the area on the side smooth and shining; the middle coxa? are placed far posteriorly, in juxtaposition to the posterior, the hody heing considerahly elougated; the furcula has very short divergent tynes. The wings are hyaline. The longer tihial spur is more than one-half the length of the metatarsus; the latter is ahout one-fourth longer than the remaining joints united. The tarsal claws are very small and mostly hroken off in the type, hut in the remaining one the inner ray seems to he stout and the outer ray rndimentary (Fig. 51). The petiole is sparingly punctured ahove and at the hase of the sides, the apex of the sides heing transversely wrinkled; it is more than twice as long as the distance from its insertion to the metanotum. Ahdomen round, polished. Length 6 mm. Hab.--Bartica, British Guiana, collected by R. J. Crew and presented to the author hy Mr. H. L. Viereek. Type.--One 9 in the author's collection. Semseomyia lascheubergi n. sp. Red; face, cheeks and temples, scape heneath, trochanters at hase and tihial spurs and apex of petiole yellow; rest of posterior leps and hase'of the petiole hrown; ahdomen and propodeum around the coxa? hlack. Head seen from ahove truncate hehind, rounded in front, the anterior edge prominent and emarginate mesally hetween the eyes; these reaching to the posterior edge; o...

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