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Insecta. Coleoptera. Serricornia . Volume III , Part 1 (1882-1897) by Charles O. Waterhouse and Dr. G. Horn ; George C. Champion

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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: Chalcophora (1 species) ; Chrysesthes (2 species) ; Pelecopselaphus (2 species) ; Halecia (3 species) ; Trachykele (1 species) ; Hippomelas (1 species) ; Psiloptera (1 species) ; Dicerca (2 species) ; Buprestis (2 species) ; Psiloptera (1 species) ; Agaeocera (1 species) ; Melanophila (1 species) ; Cinyra (2 species)
  • Tab. 2: Tetragonoschema (1 species) ; Acmaeodera (10 species) ; Conognatha (2 species) ; Sphenoptera (1 species) ; Actenodes (6 species)
  • Tab. 3: Chalcangium (1 species) ; Colobogaster (1 species) ; Chrysobothris (18 species)
  • Tab. 4: Amorphosoma (1 species) ; Stenogaster (1 species) ; Tripanidius (1 species) ; Cyphothorax (1species) ; Omochyseus (1 species) ; Autarcontes (1 species) ; Paradomorphus (2 species) ; Engyaulis (1 species) ; Agrilus (11 species)
  • Tab. 5: Agrilus (25 species)
  • Tab. 6: Agrilus (26 species)
  • Tab. 7: Agrilus (13 species) ; Brachys (1 species) ; Pachyscelus (8 species) ; Lius (1 species) ; Paragrilus (1 species)
  • Tab. 8: Pachyschelus (24)
  • Tab. 9: Leiopleura (8 species) ; Callimora (2 species) ; Isophaenus (1 species) ; Mixochlorus (1 species) ; Chrysobothris (1 species) ; Acmaeodera (1 species) ; Exaesthetus (1 species) ; Paradomorphus (2 species) ; Agrilus (3 species)
  • Tab. 10: Drapetes (5 species) ; Lissomus (2 species) ; Isorhipis (1 species) ; Gastraulacus (1 species) ; Dromaeolus (3 species) ; Phaenobolus (1 species) ; Eurachis (1 species) ; Fornax (2 species) ; Dyscolotaxia (1 species) ; Diphytaxis (1 species) ; Henecosoma (1 species) ; Phlegon (1 species) ; Microrhagus (2 species) ; Adelorhagus (1 species) ; Thylacosternus (1 species)
  • Tab. 11: Adelocera (5 species) ; Dilobitarsus (2 species) ; Lacon (3 species) ; Alaus (3 species) ; Meristhus (2 species) ; Chalcolepis (1 species) ; Hemirhipus (2 species) ; Chacolepidius (6 species)
  • Tab. 12: Chalcolepidius (17 species) ; Semiotus (5 species)
  • Tab. 13: Semiotus (3 species) ; Discrepidius (3 species) ; Oistus (2 species) ; Spilus (1 species) ; Spilomorphus (1species) ; Heterocrepidius (1species) ; Atractosomus (2 species) ; Anoplischiopsis (3 species) ; Anoplischius (7 species)
  • Tab. 14: Crepidius (1 species) ; Anoplischiopsis (1 species) ; Anoplischius (4 species) ; Ischiodontus (20 species)
  • Tab. 15: Eudactylus (3 species) ; Archrestus (1 species) ; Monocrepidius (18 species) ; Aeolus (2 species) ; Heteroderus (2 species) ;
  • Tab. 16: Aeolus (23 species) ; Drasterius (1 species)
  • Tab. 17: Elater (1species) ; Megapenthes (5 species) ; Physorhinus (5 species) ; Anchastus (13 species)
  • Tab. 18: Anchastus (1 species) ; Anchastomorphus (4 species) ; Psiloniscus (4 species) ; Paranius (1 species) ; Deromecus (1 species) ; Hypnoidus (1 species) ; Smilicerus (1 species) ; Hypnoidus (5 species) ; Pomachilius (1 species) ; Agrypnella (1 species) ; Arrhaphes (1 species) ; Aptopus (1 species)
  • Tab. 19: Aptopus (6 species) ; Cardiophorus (3 species) ; Triplonychus (3 species) ; Horistonotus (6 species) ; Esthesopus (9 species) ;
  • Tab. 20: Dodecactenus (2 species) ; Melanotus (1 species) ; Spheniscosomus (4 species) ; Limonius (1 species) ; Athous (7 species) ; Acanthathous (1 species) ; Pyrophorus (15 species)
  • Tab. 21: Alampes (2 species) ; Corymeites (1 species) ; Anthracopteryx (1 species) ; Ischius (1 species) ; Hemicrepidius (12 species) ; Allotriopsis (1 species) ; Hemicrepidius (1 species) ; Hypodesis (6 species) ; Cardiorhinus (1 species)
  • Tab. 22: Tomocephalus (5 species) ; Ludius (6 species) ; Orthostethus (5 species) ; Agriotes (10 species)
  • Tab. 23: Agriotes (19 species) ; Glyphonyx (10 species) ; Microglyphonyx (1 species)
  • Tab. 24: Octinodes (1 species) ; Cylindroderus (1 species) ; Hemirhipus (1 species) ; Semiotus (1species) ; Oistus (1 species) ; Callirrhipis (1 species) ; Anoplischiopsis (2 species) ; Callirrhipis (8 species) ; Ptorthocera (1 species) ; Sandalus (2 species)
  • Tab. 25: Scaptolenus (25 species)
  • Tab. 26: Artematopus (5 species) ; Ctesibius (1 species) ; Anchytarsus (1 species) ; Tetraglossa (2 species) ; Cneoglossa (1 species) ; Dicranopselaphus (3 species) ; Ectopria (2 species) ; Eucinetus (1 species) ; Helodes (1 species) ; Prionocyphon (3 species) ; Prionoscirtes (1 species) ; Ora (4 species) ; Scirtes (2 species)
  • Tab. 27: Scirtes (6 species) ; Cyphon (5 species) ; Haploglossa (1 species) ; Ptilodactyla (1 species) ; Telon (1 species) ; Ptilodactyla (10 species) ; Lachnodactyla (1 species) ; Ptilodactyla (1 species) ; Chaetodactyla (1 species)