. Coleoptera : general introduction and Cicindelidae and Paussidae. millim. Tbdia (no locality given). According to Westwood P. unicolor differs from P. dentkomis inits uniform colour, in having the front of the head apparentlyrounded, in the suddenly coarctate base of the pronotum (this,however, is a strongly marked character of P. dentkomis), andin the short transverse median stria of the same ; the charactersare not, however, sufficiently marked to separate it specifically. 226. Platyrhopalus cardoni, Wasm. Platyrhopahis cardoni, Wasmann, Notes Leyden Mus. xxv, 1904,p. 19. Besembling P. den

. Coleoptera : general introduction and Cicindelidae and Paussidae. millim. Tbdia (no locality given). According to Westwood P. unicolor differs from P. dentkomis inits uniform colour, in having the front of the head apparentlyrounded, in the suddenly coarctate base of the pronotum (this,however, is a strongly marked character of P. dentkomis), andin the short transverse median stria of the same ; the charactersare not, however, sufficiently marked to separate it specifically. 226. Platyrhopalus cardoni, Wasm. Platyrhopahis cardoni, Wasmann, Notes Leyden Mus. xxv, 1904,p. 19. Besembling P. den Stock Photo
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. Coleoptera : general introduction and Cicindelidae and Paussidae. millim. Tbdia (no locality given). According to Westwood P. unicolor differs from P. dentkomis inits uniform colour, in having the front of the head apparentlyrounded, in the suddenly coarctate base of the pronotum (this, however, is a strongly marked character of P. dentkomis), andin the short transverse median stria of the same ; the charactersare not, however, sufficiently marked to separate it specifically. 226. Platyrhopalus cardoni, Wasm. Platyrhopahis cardoni, Wasmann, Notes Leyden Mus. xxv, 1904, p. 19. Besembling P. dentkomis, but smaller and relatively broader, rufo-castaneous, with a longitudinal dark stripe on each elytron, which stripes are united in the middle by a transverse band. Theclub of the antennae is larger and broader than in P. dentkomis, scarcely longer than broad, and with much longer setae; pronotumshorter, twice as broad as long, but still cordiform; the elytra atthe sides are furnished with long setae, which are much longerthan in P. dentkomis. Length 6 millim.. IHAIYBHOPALUS. 401 Bengal: Chota Nagpur (Cardon). The species in some respects approaches Platyrhopalopsis mellyiand picteti, but is much smaller and differently coloured, and thepronotum is subcordiform and not elliptical as in these species. 227. Platyrhopalus angustus, Westiv. Platyrhopalus angustus, Westwood, Trans. Ent. Soc. Loiid. ii, 1839, p. 92, pi. 10, fig. 6 ; id., Arcan. Ent. ii, 1845, p. 79, pi. 08, .% 3. Platyrhopalus suturalis, MVestwood, Arcan. Ent. ii, 1845, pp. 161 & 190, pi. 88, fig. 1 a.Var. Platyrhopalus acutidens, Westwood, Trans. Linn. Soc. Lond. xvi, 1838, p. 651, pi. 33, fig. 60; id., Arcan. Ent. ii, p. 79.Platyrhopalus angustus, var. major, Wasraann, Notes Leyden Mus. xxv, 1904, p. 20. Kufo-castaneous, rather shining, with a single large triangulardark patch on the side of each elytron, the base of which almostrests on the margins ; head not, or scarcely channelled in front;antennae with the firs

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