. 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 GKO^^TD BT5ETLRS. 169 Northern half of State; scarue. April 26-November 28. Very <'lose to tricolor but narrower and with the labrum feebly but dis- tinctly and broadly c: larginate, the thorax broader and less nar- roAved in front and the elytral strire more coarsely punctured. 308 (1018). CHLiENics TRICOLOR De.1., Spec. II, 1826, 334. Elongate-oval, broader tlian the two preceding. Head and thorax g

. 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 GKO^^TD BT5ETLRS. 169 Northern half of State; scarue. April 26-November 28. Very <'lose to tricolor but narrower and with the labrum feebly but dis- tinctly and broadly c: larginate, the thorax broader and less nar- roAved in front and the elytral strire more coarsely punctured. 308 (1018). CHLiENics TRICOLOR De.1., Spec. II, 1826, 334. Elongate-oval, broader tlian the two preceding. Head and thorax g 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 GKO^^TD BT5ETLRS. 169 Northern half of State; scarue. April 26-November 28. Very <'lose to tricolor but narrower and with the labrum feebly but dis- tinctly and broadly c: larginate, the thorax broader and less nar- roAved in front and the elytral strire more coarsely punctured. 308 (1018). CHLiENics TRICOLOR De.1., Spec. II, 1826, 334. Elongate-oval, broader tlian the two preceding. Head and thorax green, elyti-a blackish-blue. Thorax nar- rower at apex than base, broader than long; sides curved and feebly sinuate behind; disk rather coarse- ly and densely punctured, basal impressions narrow and rather deep. Elytral strife fine, rather deep, fine- ly punctured; intervals flat, finely, sparsely and indis- tinctly punctate. Length 11.5-13 mm. (Fig. 91.) Throughout the State; frequent. April 17- Novomber 28. •jOO (1017). CHLffiNius NEMOEALis Say. Trans. Amer. Phil. Soc, II, 1823, 65;" ibid. II, 487. ^, ^ , ; ^ , ^ (q^^.^, , , , Form of tricolor. Head and thorax coppery-bronze; elytra black with but a faint bluish tinge; antennas and legs reddish-brown. Thorax narrower at apex than base; disk alutaceous, finely and rather sparsely punctured; basal impressions narrow, deep; median line distinctly impressed its full length. Elytral striae narrow, rather coarsely punctured; intervals slightly convex, very finely and sparsely punctate. Length 11.5- 13 mm. Northern half of State; fref(uent. March 21-October 7. Very close to tricolor but the thorax distinctly alutaceous, subopaque, more convex in front and much more finely punctate. LVI. Anomoglossus Chaud. 1856. (Gr., "irregular 4-tongue.") The members of this genus resemble those of Chlce)iius, but differ by the entire absence of any mentum tooth and by the man- dibles being longer and less curved. The entire surface of

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