. Coleoptera : general introduction and Cicindelidae and Paussidae. Fig. .37. Macrolycus bowringi. less bright light; in. Fig. 58.—Alebrus cxpansicornis. to the nature of the luminosity, but very little as yet is knownabout it; it is apparently due to the oxidation of some fattysubstance formed or secreted within the body. In most cases there is but little difference in general appearancebetween the female and the larva, whereas the males are perfect CAM TH ARID JE. 137

. Coleoptera : general introduction and Cicindelidae and Paussidae. Fig. .37. Macrolycus bowringi. less bright light; in. Fig. 58.—Alebrus cxpansicornis. to the nature of the luminosity, but very little as yet is knownabout it; it is apparently due to the oxidation of some fattysubstance formed or secreted within the body. In most cases there is but little difference in general appearancebetween the female and the larva, whereas the males are perfect CAM TH ARID JE. 137 Stock Photo
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