. An illustrated descriptive catalogue of the coleoptera or beetles (exclusive of the Rhynchophora) known to occur in Indiana : with bibliography and descriptions of new species . Beetles. THE DEATH-WATCH AND DRUG STORE BEETLES. 867 cc. Head very strongly deflexed and retracted, the mandibles nearly or quite reaching the metasternum. e. Metasternum and first ventral segment not grooved for the re- ception of middle and hind legs; form oblong or elongate-oval; head impressed or excavated beneath for the reception of the antennae. Trilje IX. Xtletinixi, p. ST3. ce. Middle and hind legs received

. An illustrated descriptive catalogue of the coleoptera or beetles (exclusive of the Rhynchophora) known to occur in Indiana : with bibliography and descriptions of new species . Beetles. THE DEATH-WATCH AND DRUG STORE BEETLES. 867 cc. Head very strongly deflexed and retracted, the mandibles nearly or quite reaching the metasternum. e. Metasternum and first ventral segment not grooved for the re- ception of middle and hind legs; form oblong or elongate-oval; head impressed or excavated beneath for the reception of the antennae. Trilje IX. Xtletinixi, p. ST3. ce. Middle and hind legs received  Stock Photo
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. An illustrated descriptive catalogue of the coleoptera or beetles (exclusive of the Rhynchophora) known to occur in Indiana : with bibliography and descriptions of new species . Beetles. THE DEATH-WATCH AND DRUG STORE BEETLES. 867 cc. Head very strongly deflexed and retracted, the mandibles nearly or quite reaching the metasternum. e. Metasternum and first ventral segment not grooved for the re- ception of middle and hind legs; form oblong or elongate-oval; head impressed or excavated beneath for the reception of the antennae. Trilje IX. Xtletinixi, p. ST3. ce. Middle and hind legs received in excavations on metasternum and first ventral segment; form varying from elongate-oval to globose; antennae usually received between the front coxae. Tribe V. 1)uecatu[Ixi, p. ST<;. hh. Antenna; of male strongly fan-shaped; outer margin of front tibiie prolonged at tip in a horizontal tooth, the margin above the tooth finely denticulate; form and sculpture varying in the sexes, the former usually cylindrical; thorax not distinctly excavated be- neath. Tribe VI. Ptilixixi. p., sS.5. Tribe I. HEDOBIINI. The two genera compi-ising this tribe were placed by LeConte and Horn in the subfamily Ptinins, but were transferred by Fall to the A)iobiin(e. One of the two is represented in the eastern United States, including Indiana, by a single species. III. EucEADA Lee. 1861. (Gr., "good + rust.") Antennaj ividely separated at base, being inserted near the inner margin of the eye, pectinate in male, quite strongly serrate in fe^ male; elytra with somewhat irregular rows of punctures. 1652 (5245). Eucbada htoibbalis Melsh., Proc. Phil. Acad. Nat. Sci., II, 1845, 310. Oblong, moderately elongate. Dull black; thorax, except basal and apical margins, and humeri of elytra, reddish- yellow. Head granulate, densely clothed with grayish-yellow hairs. Thorax about as long as wide, sides rounded, surface granulate, disk obtusely elevated. Elytra with close rows of rather coarse punc-

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