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. Annual report, including a report of the insects of New Jersey, 1909. 276 REPORT OF NEW JERvSEY STATE MUSEUM. Family TROGOSITIDtE. Usually oblong, flat species, the prothorax as wide as the thorax and often well separated from it. Generally they live under bark, but a few live in granaries, where they sometimes become rather numerous, and more rarely specimens are found on fungus. Some of them are predatory or semi-parasitic in the larval stage, and very few are at all injurious. THYMALUS Duft. T. fulgidus Er. Throughout the State V, VI. Looks like a bronze lady- bird beetle and is usually f

. Annual report, including a report of the insects of New Jersey, 1909. 276 REPORT OF NEW JERvSEY STATE MUSEUM. Family TROGOSITIDtE. Usually oblong, flat species, the prothorax as wide as the thorax and often well separated from it. Generally they live under bark, but a few live in granaries, where they sometimes become rather numerous, and more rarely specimens are found on fungus. Some of them are predatory or semi-parasitic in the larval stage, and very few are at all injurious. THYMALUS Duft. T. fulgidus Er. Throughout the State V, VI. Looks like a bronze lady- bird beetle and is usually f Stock Photo
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. Annual report, including a report of the insects of New Jersey, 1909. 276 REPORT OF NEW JERvSEY STATE MUSEUM. Family TROGOSITIDtE. Usually oblong, flat species, the prothorax as wide as the thorax and often well separated from it. Generally they live under bark, but a few live in granaries, where they sometimes become rather numerous, and more rarely specimens are found on fungus. Some of them are predatory or semi-parasitic in the larval stage, and very few are at all injurious. THYMALUS Duft. T. fulgidus Er. Throughout the State V, VI. Looks like a bronze lady- bird beetle and is usually found on a white birch fungus. Mr. Daecke has actually bred it from "Polyphorus betula-alba." NEMOSOMA Latr. N. parallelum Mels. Hudson Co. (LI); Newark (GG); Orange Mts. VII (Bf); Anglesea (Li); feeds on Scolytids. ALLINDRIA Er. A. cylindrica Serv. Ft. Lee IV, 27 (Jl); Anglesea (W). TROGOSITA Oliv. T. virescens Fabr. Throughout the State, under bark IV-VIII, locally not rare.. TENEBRIOIDES Pall T. mauretanica Linn. Throughout the State and throughout most of the world as well, in granaries, warehouses and stores; known as the "Cadelle." T. corticalis Mels. Occurs with the preceding and sometimes replaces it; but is more general un- der bark, throughout the State. T. collaris Sturm. Staten Island (Lg); Clementon V (Brn); Lakehurst VII, IX (Jl); Brown's Mills VI (Dke); Anglesea (W). T. marginata Beauv. xnglesea (W). T. americana Kirby. (castanea Mels.) Boonton VI (GG); Hudson Co. (LI); Camden (Li); Anglesea and g. d. (W). var. laticollis Horn. Anglesea (W). T. bimaculata Mels. Ft. Lee VI, VII (div); Hudson Co. (LI); Orange (Ch); Jamesburg VI (Jl); Malaga VII (GG); Anglesea (W). Fig. 107.—The "Cadelle": a, larva; b, adult; c to j, structural details; all enlarged.. Please note that these images are extracted from scanned page images that may have been digitally enhanced for readability - coloration and appearance of these illustrations may not perf