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Insecta. Coleoptera. Rhynchophora . Volume IV , Part 5 (1906-1909) 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: Cratosomus (9 species) ; Piazurus (10 species)
  • Tab. 2: Cratosomus (1 species) ; Piazurus (6 species) ; Peltophorus (3 species) ; Zygops (15 species) ; Hypoplagius (1 species) ; Helleriella (1 species)
  • Tab. 3: Timorus (1 species) ; Phileas (1 species) ; Larides (1 species) ; Cyindrocopturus (12 species) ; Zypopsella (1 species) ; Archocopturus (1 species) ; Philenis (2 species) ; Poecilogaster (1 species) ; Euzurus (1 species) ; Microzygops (1 species) ; Arachnomorpha (1 species) ; Lissoderes (1 species) ; Paramnemyne (1 species) ; Mnemynurus (4 species)
  • Tab. 4: Mnemynurus (2 species) ; Hoplocopturus (15 species) ; Copturomimus (8 species) ; Copturomorpha (5 species)
  • Tab. 5: Copturus (31 species)
  • Tab. 6: Copturus (4 species) ; Zurus (4 species) ; Microzurus (3 species) ; Pseudolechriops (1 species) ; Lechriops (20 species)
  • Tab. 7: Lechriops (7 species) ; Eulechriops (26 species)
  • Tab. 8: Eulechriops (5 species) ; Macrolechriops (1 species) ; Psomus (2 species) ; Philinna (1 species) ; Philides (1 species) ; Piazurus (1 species) ; Tachygonus (14 species) ; Tachygonidius (2 species) ; Hypocoeliodes (6 species)
  • Tab. 9: Hypocoeliodes (1 species) ; Auleutes (2 species) ; Dietzella (1 species) ; Perigaster (1 species) ; Ceuthorrhynchus (1 species) ; Ceuthorrhynchidius (1 species) ; Ambates (1 species) ; Pseudambates (1 species) ; Ambates (22 species)
  • Tab. 10: Ambates (11 species) ; Pteracanthus (1 species) ; Peridinetus (16 species) ; Pantoteles (4 species)
  • Tab. 11: Pantoteles (3 species) ; Peridinetellus (1 species) ; Optatus (2 species) ; Macroptatus (1 species) ; Pseudoptatus (1 species) ; Lydamis (1 species) ; Cyrionyx (26 species)
  • Tab. 12: Cyrionyx (2 species) ; Nertus (2 species) ; Strongylotes (1 species) ; Trachymeropsis (1 species) ; Madopterus (2 species) ; Iasides (1 species) ; Coleomerus (1 species) ; Diorymerus (22 species)
  • Tab. 13: Diastethus (20 species) ; Coleomeropsis (1 species) ; Rhianopsis (1 species) ; Lissobaris (1 species) ; Cylindrocerus (7 species) ; Rhianus (3 species)
  • Tab. 14: Pseudorhianus (1 species) ; Lamprobaris (2 species) ; Platybaris (1 species) ; Diorymeropsis (1 species) ; Chaetobaris (1 species) ; Elliptobaris (1 species) ; Acanthobaris (1 species) ; Diorymerellus (3 species) ; Cerpheres (2 species) ; Cylindrocerinus (1 species) ; Microrhianus (1 species) ; Eugeraeus (2 species) ; Prionobaris (1 species) ; Geraeus (15 species)
  • Tab. 15: Geraeus (33 species)
  • Tab. 16: Geraeus (20 species) ; Centrinopus (2 species) ; Nicentrus (6 species) ; Odontocorynus (4 species) ; Pseudogeraeus (1 species)
  • Tab. 17: Centrinites (4 species) ; Centrinoides (1 species) ; Pseudocentrinus (2 species) ; Geraeopsis (1 species) ; Cesennia (1 species) ; Platyonyx (1 species) ; Amercedes (1 species) ; Zygobaris (1 species) ; Catapastinus (1 species) ; Catapastus (1 species) ; Cnagius (1 species) ; Coluthus (1 species) ; Cylindrobaris (1 species) ; Barilepton (1 species) ; Chryasus (2 species) ; Deipyrus (1 species) ; Zaglyptus (2 species) ; Plocamus (4 species) ; Limnobaris (7 species)
  • Tab. 18: Calandrinus (1 species) ; Limnobaris (7 species) ; Limnobaroides (2 species) ; Pseudorthoris (1 species) ; Orthomerus (1 species) ; Eutoxus (4 species) ; Pseudeutoxus (1 species) ; Calandromimus (1 species) ; Madarus (14 species)
  • Tab. 19: Madarus (11 species) ; Madarellus (4 species) ; Acanthomadarus (1 species) ; Loboderes (3 species) ; Radamus (1 species) ; Ampeloglypter (2 species) ; Solaria (5 species) ; Eurhinus (6 species)
  • Tab. 20: Eurhinopsis (2 species) ; Stethobaroides (2 species) ; Anisorrhamphus (1 species) ; Madaropsis (1 species) ; Sphenobaris (1 species) ; Deipyle (2 species) ; Glyptobaris (5 species) ; Rhytidobaris (2 species) ; Lepidobaris (5 species) ; Trichobaris (3 species) ; Cyanobaris (1 species) ; Anopsilus (1 species) ; Leptobaris (1 species) ; Macrobaris (1 species) ; Dolichobaris (1 species) ; Odontobaris (1 species) ; Stictobaris (1 species) ; Trepobaris (1 species)
  • Tab. 21: Gymnobaris (1 species) ; Onychobaris (1 species) ; Pseudobaris (30 species) ; Cercobaris (1 species)
  • Tab. 22: Physobaris (2 species) ; Trachybaris (1 species) ; Busckia (1 species) ; Chrysobaris (3 species) ; Chalcobaris (1 species) ; Baris (17 species) ; Brachybaris (1 species) ; Brachybaridius (1 species) ; Nanobaris (1 species) ; Tytthobaris (1 species) ; Cyrtobaris (1 species) ; Litobaris (1 species) ; Oligobaris (1 species)
  • Tab. 23: Baris (6 species) ; Copturus (2 species) ; Lechriops (1 species) ; Philides (1 species) ; Ambates (2 species) ; Diorymerus (1 species) ; Geraeus (7 species) ; Odontocorynus (1 species) ; Lasiobaris (2 species) ; Leptoschoenus (1 species) ; Catapastus (1 species) ; Limnobaris (1 species) ; Orthoris (1 species)