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Insecta. Rhynchota. Hemiptera-Heteroptera . Volume II (1897-1901) 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: Phatnoma (3 species) ; Dicysta (1 species) ; Megalocysta (1 species) ; Corythucha (5 species) ; Corythaica (1 species) ; Gargaphia (4 species) ; Leptostyla (11 species)
  • Tab. 2: Gargaphia (1 species) ; Leptostyla (5 species) ; Leptopharsa (1 species) ; Macrotingis (2 species) ; Leptodictya (3 species) ; Leptobyrsa (5 species) ; Stenocysta (1 species) ; Acanthochila (2 species) ; Amblystira (4 species) ; Tigava (2 species) ; Leptoypha (2 species)
  • Tab. 3: Dichocysta (1 species) ; Teleonemia (14 species) ; Eurypharsa (1 species) ; Teleonemia (1 species) ; Atheas (3 species) ; Acysta (2 species) ; Monanthia (2 species) ; Leptostyla (1 species)
  • Tab. 4: Phymata (5 species) ; Macrocephalus (11 species)
  • Tab. 5: Aradus (1 species) ; Calisius (1 species) ; Phyllotingis (1 species) ; Calisiopsis (1 species) ; Proxius (3 species) ; Carventus (1 species) ; Hesus (2 species) ; Psorosoma (1 species) ; Helenus (1 species) ; Miorrhynchus (1 species) ; Artagerus (4 species) ; Aphleboderrhis (2 species)
  • Tab. 6: Pictinus (6 species) ; Nannium (2 species) ; Dysodius (4 species) ; Cinyphus (5 species) ; Illibius (1 species) ; Lobocara (1 species) ; Brachyrrhynchus (6 species)
  • Tab. 7: Brachyrrhynchus (8 species) ; Coloborrhynchus (1 species) ; Neuroctenus (12 species) ; Aneurus (5 species) ; Aneurosoma (1 species)
  • Tab. 8: Hebrus (6 species) ; Merragata (3 species) ; Mesovelia (1 species) ; Microvelia (8 species) ; Rhagovelia (7 species)
  • Tab. 9: Rhagovelia (2 species) ; Trochopus (1 species) ; Velia (3 species) ; Gerris (3 species) ; Limnometra (2 species) ; Limnogonus (1 species) ; Brachymetra (1 species) ; Potamobates (2 species) ; Platygerris (2 species) ; Trepobatopsis (1 species)
  • Tab. 10: Henicocephalus (6 species) ; Westermannia (2 species) ; Ploiariodes (1 species) ; Lutevopsis (2 species) ; Gardena (1 species) ; Emesa (1 species) ; Ghilianella (4 species) ; Ploiariopsis (2 species) ; Ploiaria (1 species) ; Luteva (1 species)
  • Tab. 11: Bactodes (2 species) ; Saica (3 species) ; Tagalis (2 species) ; Oncerotrachelus (1 species) ; Chryxus (1 species) ; Pnirontis (3 species) ; Pygolampis (1 species) ; Gnathobleda (2 species) ; Schumannia (1 species) ; Narvesus (1 species) ; Diaditus (2 species) ; Apronius (1 species) ; Nalata (4 species) ; Salyavata (1 species) ;
  • Tab. 12: Nalata (3 species) ; Microlestria (2 species) ; Alloeocranum (1 species) ; Leogorrus (6 species) ; Spiniger (3 species) ; Macrophthalmus (2 species) ; Conorrhinus (3 species) ; Meccus (2 species) ; Lamus (1 species)
  • Tab. 13: Tydides (1 species) ; Thymbreus (1 species) ; Rasahus (8 species) ; Phorus (1 species) ; Melanolestes (1 species) ; Pothea (4 species) ; Mindarus (1 species) ; Ectrichodia (3 species) ; Homalocoris (4 species) ; Hammatocoris (1 species)
  • Tab. 14: Apiomerus (17 species) ; Agriocoris (1 species) ;
  • Tab. 15: Milyas (9 species) ; Zelus (14 species)
  • Tab. 16: Notocyrtus (3 species) ; Pirnonota (1 species) ; Debila (2 species) ; Ricolla (1 species) ; Repipta (8 species) ; Rocconota (6 species) ; Sosius (1 species) ; Lindus (1 species)
  • Tab. 17: Corcia (2 species) ; Castolus (5 species) ; Hiranetis (2 species) ; Graptocleptes (2 species) ; Amaurosphodrus (1 species) ; Atrachelus (2 species) ; Heza (3 species) ; Montina (2 species) ; Arilus (2 species) ; Sthienera (1 species)
  • Tab. 18: Acholla (2 species) ; Sindala (1 species) ; Sinea (7 species) ; Volesus (1 species) ; Aphelonotus (1 species) ; Pagasa (3 species) ; Alloeorhynchus (2 species) ; Phorticus (1 species) ; Nabis (5 species)
  • Tab. 19: Lasiochilus (2 species) ; Lasiochiloides (1 species) ; Carthasis (1 species) ; Lasiocolpus (1 species) ; Eulasiocolpus (1 species) ; Lasiocolpoides (1 species) ; Plochiocoris (1 species) ; Piezostethus (1 species) ; Asthenidea (2 species) ; Macrotrachelia (6 species) ; Macrotracheliella (1 species) ; Anthocoris (3 species) ; Paratriphleps (1 species) ; Melanocoris (1 species) ; Cardiastethus (2 species) ; Solenonotus (1 species) ; Scoloposcelis (1 species)
  • Tab. 20: Haematosiphon (1 species) ; Salda (9 species) ; Pelogonus (4 species) ; Gelastocoris (3 species) ; Mononyx (4 species)
  • Tab. 21: Curicta (1 species) ; Cryphocricus (1 species) ; Ambrysus (9 species) ; Limnocoris (5 species) ; Pelocoris (1 species) ; Deinostoma (1 species) ; Abedus (3 species) ; Pedinocoris (1 species) ; Zaitha (3 species)
  • Tab. 22: Zaitha (2 species) ; Belostoma (3 species) ; Notonecta (4 species) ; Anisops (5 species) ; Plea (1 species) ; Corixa (9 species) ; Tenagobia (1 species)