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Insecta. Coleoptera. Rhynchophora . Volume IV , Part 4 (1902-1906) by 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: Hypera (1 species) ; Isorrhinus (5 species) ; Phelypera (3 species) ; Hilipus (14 species)
  • Tab. 2: Hilipus (25 species)
  • Tab. 3: Hilipus (26 species)
  • Tab. 4: Hilipus (8 species) ; Arniticus (3 species) ; Hilipinus (13 species) ; Telys (1 species) ; Lixomorpha (1 species) ; Anchonomorpha (1 species)
  • Tab. 5: Anchonomorpha (1 species) ; Rhegas (1 species) ; Laccoproctus (1 species) ; Oncorrhinus (2 species) ; Anchonus (25 species)
  • Tab. 6: Anchonus (16 species) ; Rhyparonotus (2 species) ; Geobyrsa (1 species) ; Dioptrophorus (5 species) ; Ithaura (2 species) ; Theognete (1 species)
  • Tab. 7: Cleonus (3 species) ; Dinocleus (2 species) ; Lixus (9 species) ; Ileomus (1 species) ; Sternechus (13 species) ;
  • Tab. 8: Listronotus (1 species) ; Hyperodes (2 species) ; Ceratopus (6 species) ; Gry
  • Tab. 9: Chelotonyx (1 species) ; Phyllotrox (1 species) ; Terioltes (2 species) ; Botanebius (1 species) ; Cionistes (1 species) ; Achia (3 species) ; Cionopsis (1 species) ; Lonchophorus (5 species) ; Anthonomus (13 species)
  • Tab. 10: Anthonomus (30 species)
  • Tab. 11: Anthonomus (9 species) ; Listrorrhynchus (1 species) ; Dietzia (1 species) ; Pseudanthonomus (6 species) ; Neomastix (2 species) ; Macrorhoptus (1 species) ; Ursidius (1 species) ; Pseudorchestes (1 species) ; Terambus (2 species) ; Thysanocnemis (5 species)
  • Tab. 12: Thysanocnemis (3 species) ; Sibinia (3 species) ; Prionomerus (8 species) ; Camptochirus (4 species) ; Themeropis (1 species) ; Ectyrsus (2 species) ; Piazorrhinus (9 species)
  • Tab. 13: Otidocephalus (29 species)
  • Tab. 14: Oopterinus (4 species) ; Atenistes (1 species) ; Hammatostylus (1 species) ; Ludovix (1 species) ; Erodiscus (4 species) ; Hoplorrhinus (2 species) ; Balaninus (1 species) ; Laemosaccus (11 species)
  • Tab. 15: Prionobrachium (1 species) ; Camarotus (2 species) ; Cholus (21 species)
  • Tab. 16: Cholus (20 species) ; Erethistes (4 species) ; Solenopus (1 species) ; Sclerosomus (1 species)
  • Tab. 17: Cleogonus (1 species) ; Chalcodermus (12 species) ; Rhyssomatus (17 species)
  • Tab. 18: Contrachelus (29 species)
  • Tab. 19: Conotrachelus (30 species)
  • Tab. 20: Conotrachelus (30 species)
  • Tab. 21: Conotrachelus (28 species)
  • Tab. 22: Aepalius (1 species) ; Aemus (1 species) ; Aeatus (2 species) ; Microhyus (2 species) ; Aenesias (2 species) ; Enomides (1 species) ; Lepilus (1 species) ; Menares (1 species) ; Guioperus (5 species) ; Microcleogonus (1 species) ; Thrasyomus (3 species) ; Conotrachelodes (1 species) ; Metrania (1 species) ; Metraniopsis (1 species) ; Metraniella (1 species) ; Tylodinus (5 species)
  • Tab. 23: Tylodinus (3 species) ; Xenosomus (1 species) ; Gerstaeckeria (3 species) ; Acalles (9 species) ; Eurhoptus (6 species) ; Lembodes (1 species) ; Ulosominus (2 species) ; Perieres (1 species) ; Pseudomopsis (3 species)
  • Tab. 24: Pseudomopsis (3 species) ; Oxypterus (7 species) ; Euxenus (3 species) ; Spilonotus (1 species) ; Euscepes (3 species) ; Oxypteropsis (3 species) ; Microxypterus (2species) ; Dercynus (1 species) ; Phymatophosus (3 species) ; Phyrdenus (4 species)
  • Tab. 25: Metadupus (1 species) ; Macromerus (7 species) ; Arthrocorynus (2 species) ; Mecistocorynus (1 species) ; Macromeropsis (2 species) ; Cylindrocorynus (1 species) ; Coelosternus (9 species) ; Hilipimorphus (1 species) ; Hemilius (1 species) ; Hemiliopsis (1 species)
  • Tab. 26: Cophes (2 species) ; Zascelis (6 species) ; Thegilis (1 species) ; Tyloderma (1 species) ; Maemactes (2 species) ; Staseas (3 species) ; Coelosterninus (1 species) ; Atrichis (3 species) ; Elpinus (1 species) ; Rhinochenus (1 species) ; Diplogrammus (1 species) ; Blaborrhinus (1 species) ; Siron (2 species) ; Collabismus (1 species) ; Collabismodes (1 species)
  • Tab. 27: Eubulomus (2 species) ; Eubulus (29 species)
  • Tab. 28: Eubulus (25 species) ; Eubulopsis (1 species) ; Metoposoma (1 species) ; Metriophilus (3 species)
  • Tab. 29: Metriophilus (5 species) ; Pisaeus (2 species) ; Tyrannion (16 species) ; Philonis (1 species) ; Eutinobothrus (1 species) ; Phalias (1 species) ; Scedasus (1 species) ; Mantias (1 species) ; Troezon (1 species) ; Bothrobatys (1 species)
  • Tab. 30: Graphonotus (10 species) ; Tyrannion (1 species) ; Phace (9 species) ; Peucron (1 species) ; Apteromechus (5 species)
  • Tab. 31: Semnorrhynchus (3 species) ; Isus (1 species) ; Gasterocercus (1 species) ; Trachalus (1 species) ; Ptous (1 species) ; Cryptorrhynchus (24 species)
  • Tab. 32: Cryptorrhynchus (32 species)
  • Tab. 33: Cryptorrhynchus (30 species)
  • Tab. 34: Cryptorrhynchus (28 species)
  • Tab. 33: Cryptorrhynchus (7 species) ; Ulosomus (3 species) ; Acamptoides (1 species) ; Tynnichus (1 species) ; Trichodocerus (2 species) ; Hilipus (4 species) ; Hilipinus (2 species) ; Catiline (1 species) ; Grypidiopsis (1 species) ; Anthonomus (1 species) ; Ptinopsis (1 species) ; Cholus (3 species) ; Conotrachelus (1 species) ; Aenesias (1 species)