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Insecta. Coleoptera . Volume II , Part 1 (1887-1905) by David Sharp and Andrew Matthews; and George Lewis

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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: Desimia (1 species) ; Ephimia (1 species) ; Hamotus (2 species) ; Batrisus (3 species) ; Euphalepsus (1 species) ; Batoctenus (1 species) ; Metopias (1 species) ; Caccoplectus (1 species) ; Decarthron (1 species) ; Bryaxis (4 species) ; Pselaptus (1 species) ; Pselaphus (1 species) ; Apothinus (1 species) ; Trimiopsis (1 species) ; Dalmodes (1 species) ; Eurhexius (1 species) ; Rhexius (1 species) ; Duciola (1 species) ; Endytocera (1 species)
  • Tab. 2: Euconnis (18 species) ; Scydmaenus (1 species) ; Homoconnus (1 species) ; Eumicrus (4 species) ; Hecotus (1 species)
  • Tab. 3: Creagrophorus (1 species) ; Agathidium (1 species) ; Aglyptus (1 species) ; Scotocryptus (1 species) ; Cyrtusa (1 species) ; Creagrophorus (1 species) ; Anisotoma (1 species) ; Dietta (1 species) ; Ptomaphagus (1 species) ; Choleva (1 species) ; Pteroloma (1 species) ; Colon (1 species) ; Aenigmaticum (1 species) ; Sacium (2 species) ; Ectinocephalus (1 species) ; Conodes (1 species) ; Arthrolips (1 species) ; Corylophodes (1 species) ; Trichopteryx (1 species) ; Ptinella (2 species) ; Ptilium (1 species) ; Championella (1 species) ; Throscidium (1 species)
  • Tab. 4: Scaphidium (8 species) ; Cyparium (3 species) ; Scaphisoma (2 species) ; Toxidium (2 species) ; Phylloma (2 species) ; Hololepta (2 species) ; Liodema (1 species) ; Apobletes (1 species) ; Platysoma (1 species) ; Phelister (1 species)
  • Tab. 5: Phelister (6 species) ; Homalodes (1 species) ; Hister (7 species) ; Epierus (4 species) ; Carcinops (7 species)
  • Tab. 6: Paromalus (7 species) ; Euclasea (1 species) ; Saprinus (3 species) ; Trypanaeus (10 species) Teretriosoma (1 species)
  • Tab. 7: Teretriosoma (4 species) ; Terapus (1 species) ; Renia (1 species) ; Homalopygus (1 species) ; Cachexia (1 species) ; Bacanius (3 species) ; Acritus (2 species) ; Idolia (2 species) ; Mychocerus (1 species) ; Phalacrus (1 species) ; Eustilbus (1 species) ; Liophalacrus (1 species) ; Acylomus (1 species) ; Eulitrus (1 species) ; Litolibrus (2 species)
  • Tab. 8: Murmidius (2 species) ; Litolibrus (1 species) ; Litochrus (1 species) ; Ochrolitus (1 species) ; Mystrops (4 species) ; Cychropiestus (1 species) ; Colastus (8 species) ; Brachypeplus (6 species)
  • Tab. 9: Cillaeus (3 species) ; Halepopeplus (2 species) ; Macrostola (1 species) ; Conotelus (3 species) ; Carpophilus (13 species) ; Eumystrops (1 species) ; Haptoncus (1 species) ; Epuraea (1 species)
  • Tab. 10: Epuraea (2 species) ; Stelidota (5 species) ; Prometopia (3 species) ; Platychora (1 species) ; Psilotus (2 species) ; Perilopa (2 species) ; Lobiopa (3 species) ; Cacconia (1 species) ; Camptodes (6 species)
  • Tab. 11: Camptodes (4 species) ; Amphicrossus (1 species) ; Aethinia (2 species) ; Pocadius (1 species) ; Hebascus (3 species) ; Teichostethus (2 species) ; Strongylus (3 species) ; Mecyllodes (1 species) ; Meoncerus (1 species) ; Somatoxus (2 species) ; Oxycnemus (1 species) ; Pycnocnemus (1 species) ; Pallodes (2 species)
  • Tab. 12: Pallodes (4 species) ; Eusphaerius (1 species) ; Pycnocephalus (1 species) ; Cryptarcha (11 species) ; Lepiarcha (1 species) ; Liarcha (1 species) ; Pityophagus (1 species) ; Ips (1 species) ; Nemosoma (1 species) ; Cylidrella (1 species) ; Corticotomus (1 species) ; Colydobius (1 species)
  • Tab. 13: Airora (2 species) ; Temnochila (9 species) ; Bupycnus (1 species) ; Tenebroides (13 species)
  • Tab. 14: Syntelia (2 species) ; Adimerus (2 species) ; Labrotrichus (1 species) ; Distaphyla (1 species) ; Asynchita (1 species) ; Synchita (1 species) ; Endeitoma (2 species); Phloeonemus (1 species) ; Acolobicus (1 species) ; Eucicones (1 species) ; Hystricones (1 species) ; Ditaphrus (1 species) ; Aneumesa (1 species) ; Microsicus (1 species) ; Catolaemus (1 species) ; Bitoma (3 species) ; Xuthia (1 species) ; Lado (2 species) ; Lasconotus (1 species) ; Colydium (2 species)
  • Tab. 15: Colydium (1 species) ; Aulonium (2 species) ; Anarmostes (1 species) ; Endestes (1 species) ; Cacotarphius (1 species) ; Pycnomerus (1 species) ; Acropis (2 species) ; Ethelema (1 species) ; Nematidium (1 species) ; Sosylus (3 species) ; Prolyctus (3 species) ; Lithophorus (1 species) ; Bothrideres (2 species) ; Taphrideres (1 species) ; Lapethus (1 species) ; Lytopeplus (1 species) ; Discoloma (1 species) ; Holophygus (1 species)
  • Tab. 16: Catogenus (3 species) ; Syssitos (2 species) ; Thione (1 species) ; Paraphloeus (2 species) ; Palaestes (1 species) ; Pediacus (1 species) ; Inopeplus (2 species) ; Laemophloeus (13 species)
  • Tab. 17: Laemophloeus (3 species) ; Rhabdophloeus (1 species) ; Rhinophloeus (1 species) ; Rhinoploeus (1 species) ; Rhinomalus (2 species) ; Parandrita (1 species) ; Silvanophloeus (2 species) ; Deinoploeus (2 species) ; Platamus (1 species) ; Euplatamus (2 species) ; Telephanus (5 species) ; Nausibius (2 species) ; Synobius (1 species) ; Cathartus (1 species) ; Silvanus (2 species)
  • Tab. 18: Hesperobaenus (1 species) ; Europs (2 species) ; Aneurops (1 species) ; Bactridium (2 species) ; Tisiphone (1 species) ; Loberus (1 species) ; Platoberus (1 species) ; Tomarus (2 species) ; Empocryptus (1 species) ; Coelocryptus (1 species) ; Pseudhenoticus (1 species) ; Henoticus (1 species) ; Othniocryptus (1 species) ; Holosternus (1 species) ; Anepsicus (1 species) ; Cissocryptus (1 species) ; Trogocryptus (1 species) ; Gonicoelus (2 species) ; Diplocoelus (1 species) ; Euderopus (1 species) ; Anobocoelus (1 species)
  • Tab. 19: Holoparamegus (1 species) ; Evolocera (1 species) ; Cartodere (1 species) ; Adistemia (1 species) ; Belonia (1 species) ; Corticaria (1 species) ; Melanophthalma (1 species) ; Triphyllus (1 species) ; Tilargus (2 species) ; Catopius (1 species) ; Genattus (1 species) ; Eucnogerus (1 species) ; Caccoleptus (1 species) ; Hemirhopalum (2 species) ; Cryptorhopalum (7 species) ; Nosodendron (1 species)