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Insecta. Coleoptera. Rhynchophora . Volume IV , Part 3 (1889-1911) 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: Attelabus (14 species) ; Rhynchites (6 species) ; Rhynchitobius (1 species) ; Hemilypus (2 species) ; Essodius (1 species) ; Eugnamptus (1 species)
  • Tab. 2: Eugnamptus (12 species) ; Auletobius (2 species) ; Pterocolus (1 species) ; Apterocolus (1 species) ; Allocorynus (1 species) ; Apion (7 species)
  • Tab. 3: Eugnamptus (1 species) ; Apion (24 species) ; Heterapion (1 species)
  • Tab. 4: Ophryastes (3 species) ; Tosastes (2 species) ; Caccophryastes (1 species) ; Eupagoderes (6 species) ; Amphidees (5 species) ; Epicaerus (8 species)
  • Tab. 5: Deamphus (2 species) ; Epicaerus (22 species)
  • Tab. 6: Epagrius (5 species) ; Cacochromus (1 species) ; Bradyrhynchus (1 species) ; Sciorhinus (1 species) ; Cleistolophus (1 species) ; Bufomicrus (2 species) ; Maseorhynchus (1 species) ; Mestorus (1 species) ; Eumestorus (1 species) ; Epitosus (1 species) ; Pseudelissa (1 species) ; Pantomorus (9 species)
  • Tab. 7: Pantomorus (3 species) ; Pyncnophilus (1 species) ; Derosomus (1 species) ; Cautoderus (1 species) ; Chaetopantus (1 species) ; Ameladus (1 species) ; Sciadrusus (1 species) ; Sciomias (3 species) ; Parasomus (1 species) ; Isodacrys (4 species) ; Thricolepis (1 species) ; Trachyphloeus (1 species) ; Tanymecus (2 species) ; Exophthalmodes (1 species) ; Pachneaeus (1 species) ; Hadromerus (7 species) ; Pandeleteius (1 species)
  • Tab. 8: Pandeleteius (30 species) ; Pandeleteinus (1 species) ; Isodrusus (1 species)
  • Tab. 9: Polydrosus (11 species) ; Polydrosodes (1 species) ; Anypotactus (2 species) ; Polydacrys (4 species) ; Prepodellus (1 species) ; Steirarrhinus (9 species)
  • Tab. 10: Mimographopsis (2 species) ; Mimographus (1 species) ; Naupactus (3 species) ; Cyphus (6 species) ; Tetragonomus (1 species) ; Megalostylus (9 species) ; Megalostylodes (1 species)
  • Tab. 11: Rhinospathe (2 species) ; Exophthalmus (23 species)
  • Tab. 12: Exophthalmus (12 species) ; Chauliopleurus (3 species) ; Eustales (1 species) ; Decasticha (4 species) ; Claeoteges (4 species) ; Naupactopsis (1 species)
  • Tab. 13: Naupactopsis (2 species) ; Mazenes (3 species) ; Pseudocyphus (6 species) ; Compsus (4 species) ; Eustylus (9 species) ; Pseudeustylus (2 species)
  • Tab. 14: Brachystylus (2 species) ; Aphrastus (2 species) ; Entimus (1 species) ; Cydianirus (1 species) ; Hypoptus (1 species) ; Pseudhypoptus (2 species) ; Coleocerus (6 species) ; Eucoleocerus (2 species) ; Eudiagogus (1 species) ; Promecops (9 species)
  • Tab. 15: Ophryastes (2 species) ; Tosastes (1 species) ; Eupagoderes (2 species) ; Amphidees (1 species) ; Epicaerus (5 species) ; Epagrius (3 species) ; Cleistolophus (1 species) ; Bothynodontes (1 species) ; Elissa (1 species) ; Pantomorus (6 species) ; Pseudopantomorus (1 species) ; Derosomus (1 species) ; Cautoderus (1 species) ; Pythis (1 species) ; Isodracrys (1 species) ; Euperitelus (1 species) ; Trachyphloeomimus (1 species) ; Thamiras (1 species)