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The Entomologist's Monthly Magazine, Vol. 22 (Classic Reprint)

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Excerpt from The Entomologist's Monthly Magazine, Vol. 22

Zeit., v, p. 188 Boh., Mon. Cass., u, p. 384, Suppl., p. 307 Sharp, Ent. Mo. Mag., viii, p. 84; Rye, Ent. Ann., 1872, p. 91) as a British species. I have two specimens taken by myself at Shipley, near Horsham, out of ood-rubbish from the Adur, and which I had doubtfully for some time placed with C. Sanguinolenta, and had after wards removed from there, doubtful what to do with them. Lately, when revising Mr. Lewis' Japanese Cassidas, I examined my British species again, and then saw that these were quite distinct from any English species known to me. I accordingly showed them to Dr. Sharp, who at once recognised them as C. Chloris, Sufirian. I have compared them with his specimen, and I have no doubt they are one species, and having also compared them with Bohemen' S description, I quite think they the species to which Dr. Sharp has referred the specimens taken by himself and Mr. Lennon in Dumfriesshire.

Cassida chloris cannot well be compared with any species in our list but 0. Sanguinolenta from that Species its longer, more parallel build, coarser sculpture, and different colour, easily separate it. It is, indeed, only like it in having a reddish base to the elytra but this part is not blood-red, but brownish. Its colour in life is green, similar in tint to the. Common 0. Rubiginosa, but atthe base several metallic golden specks upon the red part may be seen, and these at once attracted my atten tion. The thorax and elytra are rather coarsely punctured, on the latter the punctures are in irregular and somewhat interrupted series, becoming confused to wards the apex; the legs are yellow the body, head, coxa, and thickened part of the antenna are black. These specimens were taken in October, 1882.

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Titel: The Entomologist's Monthly Magazine, Vol. 22 (Classic Reprint)
EAN: 9781332054305
ISBN: 1332054307
Format: Kartonierter Einband
Anzahl Seiten: 312
Gewicht: 421g
Größe: H229mm x B152mm x T16mm
Jahr: 2015



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