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Hymenoptera

Hymenoptera

by Charles Thomas Bingham
     
 
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. 1897 Excerpt: ...yellow; 5th abdominal segment in male with a fascia, in female with a spot on each side. Length 9-10 mm. An Oriental species. Stizus pusillus,

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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. 1897 Excerpt: ...yellow; 5th abdominal segment in male with a fascia, in female with a spot on each side. Length 9-10 mm. An Oriental species. Stizus pusillus, Handlirsch.--Allied to the above and resembling it, but still slighter and smaller, the face below less wide. Clypeus in the J yellow, in the $ marked with a large black spot. Body more pubescent and the clypeus more densely pilose than in S prammus. The 3rd segment with a small yellow spot in the middle. Antennae black, paler beneath; scape beneath yellow. Length 7-8 mm. Hab. Andamans; Malacca; Java. Stizus semperi, Handlirsch.--Closely allied to and resembling the preceding species. Form very slight; black, moderately shining blue, sparsely and finely pilose, and more minutely punctured than in Ä. pusillim. Clypeus, except a large black spot in the middle, the inner orbits, the margin of the pronotum, the tegulae. lateral spots on the scutellum, a fascia on the metanotum, the non-incised angles of the median segment, and complete fasciae on the lst-4th abdominal segments yellow. Wings hyaline; antennae black, yellow beneath; leg; black, variegated with yellow. Length 9 mm. Hab. Oriental region. 514. Stizus melanoxanthus. Larra melanoxantha, Smith, Cat. iv, p. 346, ¿. Stizus melanoxantha, Cam. Mem. Manch. L. Ph. Soc. (4) iii, 1890, p. 244. Stizus melanoxanthus, Handl. Sitzungsb. Akad. Wiss. Wien, ci, 1892, p. 171. "J. Length 13 millim.--Yellow, the flagellum fulvous; the vertex black; the apical joints of the antennae fuscous above; the tips of the mandibles rufo-piceous. The mesothorax, the postscutellum, and two oblique lines on the metathorax uniting at its apex black; the wings hyaline, the marginal cell occupied by a fuscous cloud. The extreme base of the abdomen black, the black colouring produc...

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2940021029728
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London : Taylor and Francis
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