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Insecta. Coleoptera . Volume I , Part 2 (1882-1887) by David Sharp

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Listed below are the plates associated with this volume title. Plates are listed by plate number and truncated descriptions (generally genus) of the figure information.

  • Tab. 1: Haliplus (1 species) ; Mesonoterus (1 species) ; Canthydrus (2 species) ; Bidessus (3 species) ; Agabus (1 species) ; Copelatus (2 species) ; Rhantus (1 species) ; Thermonectes (1 species) ; Megadytes (1 species) ; Cybister (1 species) ; Dineutes (1 species) ; Gyretes (1 species)
  • Tab. 2: Hydrophilus (1 species) ; Tropisternus (6 species) ; Hydrocharis (1 species) ; Oocyclus (1 species) ; Hydrocombus (1 species) ; Philydrus (1 species) ; Sindolus (1 species) ; Chasmogenus (1 species) ; Helochares (1 species) ; Helopeltis (1 species) ; Derallus (1 species)
  • Tab. 3: Berosus (1 species) ; Hemiosus (1 species) ; Epimetopus (1 species) ; Octhebius (1 species) ; Hydraena (2 species) ; Cyclonotum (1 species) ; Phaenonotum (2 species) ; Cyclotypus (1 species) ; Perochthes (1 species) ; Cercyon (2 species) ; Pelosoma (1 species) ; Nitidulodes (1 species) ; Oosternum (1 species)
  • Tab. 4: Megasternum (1 species) ; Deltostethus (1 species) ; Heterocerus (2 species) ; Dryops (1 species) ; Disersus (1 species) ; Hexanchorus (1 species) ; Phanocerus (1 species) ; Cylloepus (1 species) ; Heterelmis (1 species) ; Elsianus (1 species) ; Elmis (5 species) ; Georissus (1 species) ; Cyathocerus (1 species)
  • Tab. 5: Aleochara (1 species) ; Maseochara (1 species) ; Oxypoda (2 species) ; Phloeopora (1 species) ; Tinotus (1 species) ; Philotermes (1 species) ; Homalota (7 species) ; Leptonia (1 species) ; Thamiaraea (1 species) ; Myrmedonia (5 species) ; Orphnebius (1 species) ; Sceptobius (1 species) ; Falagonia (1 species) ; Platonica (1 species)
  • Tab. 6: Platonica (1 species) ; Hoplandria (2 species) ; Charoxus (1 species) ; Rechota (1 species) ; Merona (1 species) ; Neolara (1 species) ; Chitalia (1 species) ; Stenagria (2 species) ; Epipeda (2 species) ; Gyrophaena (1 species) ; Brachychara (1 species) ; Placusa (2 species) ; Silusa (2 species) ; Euvira (1 species) ; Gansia (1 species) ; Tachiona (1 species) ; Bamona (1 species) ; Saphoglossa (1 species) ; Barychara (1 species) ; Deinopsis (1 species)
  • Tab. 7: Cephaloplectus (1 species) ; Erchomus (7 species) ; Tachinoderus (1 species) ; Tachinus (2 species) ; Tachyporus (2 species) ; Conosoma (2 species) ; Bolitobius (2 species) ; Megacronus (2 species) ; Mycetoporus (1 species) ; Tanygnathus (2 species) ; Heteropthops (2 species) ; Acylophorus (1 species)
  • Tab. 8: Acylophorus (1 species) ; Mimosticus (1 species) ; Quedius (5 species) ; Quedionuchus (1 species) ; Quediomacrus (1 species) ; Cyrtothorax (2 species) ; Cordylaspis (1 species) ; Tympanophorus (1 species) ; Selma (1 species) ; Xanthopygus (2 species) ; Lampropygus (2 species) ; Brachydirus (2 species) ; Plociopterus (2 species) ; Philothalpus (3 species)
  • Tab. 9: Philothalpus (1 species) ; Gastrisus (1 species) ; Isanopus (1 species) ; Styngetus (2 species) ; Ocyolinus (1 species) ; Phanolinus (4 species) ; Nausicotus (1 species) ; Glenus (1 species) ; Staphylinus (13 species) ; Amichorus (1 species) ; Flohria (1 species)
  • Tab. 10: Onthostygnus (1 species) ; Misantlius (2 species) ; Philonthus (21 species)
  • Tab. 11: Philonthus (7 species) ; Chroaptomus (1 species) ; Belonuchus (7 species) ; Paederomimus (10 species)
  • Tab. 12: Paederallus (1 species) ; Linoderus (1 species) ; Pescolinus (1 species) ; Odontolinus (1 species) ; Musicoderus (1 species) ; Actobius (3 species) ; Holisus (3 species) ; Diochus (1 species) ; Agrodes (1 species) ; Sterculia (1 species) ; Plochionocerus (1 species) ; Tesba (1 species) ; Homalolinus (2 species) Heterolinus (1 species) ; Xantholinus (4 species) ; Allotrichus (1 species) ; Nudobius (1 species)
  • Tab. 13: Hymeneus (2 species) ; Thyreocephalus (2 species) ; Leptacinus (1 species) ; Lithocharodes (1 species) ; Somoleptus (2 species) ; Metoponcus (3 species) ; Cryptobium (11 species) ; Ababactus (3 species)
  • Tab. 14: Lathrobium (1 species) ; Scopaeomerus (1 species) ; Orus (1 species) ; Scopaeus (5 species) ; Euscopaeus (1 species) ; Aderocharis (1 species) ; Lithocharis (1 species) ; Dacnochilus (1 species) ; Acalophaena (1 species) ; Lithocaon (1 species) ; Neomedon (1 species) ; Mespalerus (1 species) ; Scioporus (3 species) ; Stilomedon (1 species) ; Ophiomedon (1 species) ; Monocharis (1 species) ; Sciocharis (2 species) ; Eusclerus (1 species)
  • Tab. 15: Stilocharis (1 species) ; Deroderus (2 species) ; Eustilicus (1 species) ; Trochoderus (1 species) ; Stilicus (3 species) ; Suniocharis (1 species) ; Suniotrichus (1 species) ; Monista (2 species) ; Echiaster (3 species) ; Zonaster (1 species) ; Sunius (3 species) ; Dibelonetes (3 species) ; Stilicopsis (1 species) ; Stamnoderus (2 species)
  • Tab. 16: Paederus (8 species) ; Taenodema (4 species) ; Pinophilus (4 species) ; Lathropinus (1 species) ; Heteroleucus (1 species) ; Oedodactylus (1 species) ; Palaminus (6 species)
  • Tab. 17: Edaphus (1 species) ; Stenus (16 species) ; Megalops (8 species)
  • Tab. 18: Oxyporus (2 species) ; Osorius (2 species) ; Holotrochus (2 species) ; Bledius (2 species) ; Platystethus (1 species) ; Oxytelus (3 species) ; Apocellus (3 species) ; Trogophloeus (4 species) ; Trogactus (2 species) ; Thinobius (1 species) ; Sciotrogus (1 species) ; Ecbletus (1 species) ; Charhyphus (1 species)
  • Tab. 19: Parosus (1 species) ; Hypotelus (1 species) ; Zirophorus (2 species) ; Piestus (2 species) ; Ancaeus (1 species) ; Lispinus (2 species) ; Glyptoma (2 species) ; Aneucamptus (1 species) ; Thoracophorus (2 species) ; Megarthrus (1 species) ; Eleusis (4 species) ; Eumalus (2 species) ; Leptochirus (1 species) ; Priochirus (1 species) ; Omalium (1 species) ; Micropeplus (1 species)