Coleoptera Genera Rhagrium, Fab. Feelers 4 capitate; jaw single toothed; lip membranaceous, & bifid; antennae setaceous, elongated, approximate, inserted between the eys (eyes?) ; eys (eyes?) rounded; thorax narrow, cylindrical & spinous each side; elytra rigid; feet 4 jointed legs formed for running Saperda, Fab. Feelers 4 filiform, jaw membranaceous & bifid; lip heart shaped & truncate; antennae setaceous. Eyes lunate, embracing base of antennae; thorax short somewhat cylindricus & unarmed; head retracted; clytra rigid, length of abdomen; body elongated cylindrical & emarginate. Clytus Fab. Antennae setaceous; eyes veniform, embracing base of antennae; thorax globose, and broad as the elytia; elytia rigid, length of the abdomen; legs long formed for walking; thighs compressed; feet 4 jointed. (From Says Am. Eulomology) Cicindela - Antennae filiform; clypeiis shorter than the labrum; maxilla monodactyle with two very distinct palpi, of which the latter hairy; mentum trifid, the divisions nearly equal in length; feet slender, elongated; anterior tibia - without a sinus near the tip - Page 9, 17, 21, 30, 32, 40 for species Scarabaeus, Lin. Lat. Antennae ten jointed, the club composed of oblong oval lamellae, which have an almost common insertion; body ovoid, convex; mandibles with their external edges crenulated; maxillae cornlus, dentated; labrum entirely concealed; palpi filiform. (Geotrufies Fab.) Pages, 26,40, 41, 42 Blaps - Mentum small, or moderately large; quadrate or orbicular; palpi terminated by a larger joint; terminal joint of the maxillary palpi securiform; mandibles naked at their base; clypeus terminated by a straight line; labum transverse; antennae moniliform at tip, 3rd joint much longer than the fourth; back flat; thorax almost quadrate; elytra acute at tip - page 18. Anthicus, Fab. (Melae, L. Notoxus, Geoff. Lytta, Marsham) Antennae with conic joints 2nd & 3rd nearly equal, terminal one ovate oblong; labial palpi terminated by a small truncate joint; thorax subcordiate, often strangulated near the middle; penultimate tarsal joints bilobate; nails simple. P. 42 Lytta Fab (Meloe Lin. Cantharis Geoff. Lat vc) Tarsi entire; nails bifid; head not produced into a rostrum; elytra flexible covering the whole abdomen, linear, semi= =cybindric; wings perfect; maxilla with two membranbaceous laciniae, the external one acute within, subuncinate; antennae longer than the head & thorax, rectilinear; first joint longest, 2nd transverse, very short; maxillary palpi larger at tip - p 20 Nemognatha Illiger (Meloe L. Tonitis Fab) Antennae longer than the thorax, with the 1st & 3rd joints nearly equal, the 2nd a little shorter, terminal one fusiform, abruptly terminated by a short point; palpi filiform; maxillae very much elongated, filiform curved; elytra elongate linear; tarsi with entire joints - 17, 20, 33 Calandra - Claira (Curculis Lin) Body elliptic, oval, above somewhat depressed; eyes immersed, oblong, encircling the head beneath; antennae geniculated inserted at the base of the rostrum; rostrum dilated at the insertion of the antennae; elytra plaiv not covering the anus above; anus acutely prominent; tarsi reflected to the inner side of the tibia. P. 9, 26, 42 Dicaelus - Bonelli - Mandibles destitute of an articulated nail at tip; palpi six, terminal joint, obconic, truncated; anterior tibia emarginate, two anterior tarsi dilated in the male, and furnished beneath with dense granuliform papillae, antennae filiform; labrum emarginated, and with a longitudinal indented line; posterior thoracic angles covering the numeral angles. Page 13.
6 Buprestis - Body firm; head inserted in thorax to eyes; antennae short filiform serrated; palpi very short, filiform; mandibles entire at tip; maxilla bifio at the extremity; thorax with its posterior edge applied to the base of the elytra, the posterior angles not elongated; feet short. P22 & 30.43
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Lemna sp. nov - L. purpurea Pond see 20.7-22 May 2[nd?] 18[??]
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9. Chauliognathis bumaculati[?]-10 Macrosiagon dimidiatum 1. Cicindela vulgaris 2. Carabus morbillosus 3. [?]ysinus notator 4. Tenebric molitor 5 Cucujus Dejeanus 6 Dytiscus marginatus 7 Lebia grandis 8 Melolontha horcina
Coleop. Genera 7 (Am. Eaton)
Clytus Fab Body elongated sub=cylindrical; head inclined, antennae shorter than the body inserted in an emaigination of the eyes 11=jointed; labrum apparent; labial palpi with the last joint obtrigonate thorax globose unarmed; hind thighs clavate - P.28.39.32
Languira - Body rather slender, cylindrical; antennae with a gradually formed club of 5 or 6 joints; palpi filiform, terminal joints of the labales a little larger than the others; mandibles bifid at tips maxillae with [horny?] teeth; tarsi with dense hairs beneath the 3 basal joints, the 3[?] bilobate. - p29.
Coleoptera Species Fr. Am. P. Soc. Vol 1. Cicindela - (Says Abonograph Nov 7th 1817)
vulgaris, Say. Obscure, on each elytron three whitish bands, two of which are curved and the intermediate one refracted. L. 3/5 inch (obliquata dej.) Mass. horticollis, Say [ see page 17 ] (repanda Dej) Mass? unipunctata, Fab. Dull cupreous, obscure, nakid, base of the mandibles; labrum and marginal dot on each elytron white. 7/10 sexguttata, Fab. Greenish blue polished each elytron with three marginal white dots, the two first nearly equal, the last transverse & terminal 1/2 Mass dorsalis, Say. [See page 17] (signata dej.) Mass. marginata, Fab. Olivaceous, obscure, sometimes with cupreous reflections; cheeks sides of the trunk & of the abdomen with short dense hair, each elytron with a whitish margin; two abbreviate branches, an intermediate refracted one and two dots at base. 1/2 ( C. variegata Dej.) Mass. obscura, Fab. Black; each elytron with two white marginal spots and a terminal lunule 1/2 purpurea, Oliar. Head, impressed lines of the thorax, and margin of the elytra green, the latter with a central reclivate, oblique abbreviated band, terminal line & intermediate dot white. 3/5 Mass punctulata, Oliver. Obscure, cupreous, beneath varied with blue & purple each elytron with a few white points and terminal lunule, an undulated line of distant green punctures near the suture. 1/2 Mass formosa, S. ( see p 17) decemnotata, S. ( do ) pusilla, Say ( do ) violacea, Fab. Bright blue, polished, labrum white; with elevated scabrous punctures; antennae dark brown at tip. [ only a variety of sexquittata] abdominalis, Fab. Black, labrum & lunule at the apex of the elytra white; abdomen rufous; head & thorax cylindrical micans, Fab. Head & thorax cupreous polished; elytra obscure; minute points and lunule at the apex white. ( Perhaps a variety of C. punctulata _ S.)
(Tr. A.P.S. Vol. 2 Aug 26 1819) Brachinus Web. Fab. funians, Fab. Ferruginous; elytra blue-black; venter lestaceous black Mass
Cymindis, Lat. Dej. [ see below] sinuatus, Say. Black; feet testaceous; elytra with a pale numeral spot and margin 1/4 decorar, Fab. Head blue; thorax rufous; elytra, green, polished. 3/10 Mass viridipennis, Say (Carabus prasinus Melsh.) Elytra Lebia greeny polished, margined with cupreous. 1/2 (marginata Dej.) purpurea, Say. Purple or violaceous; antennae mouth and tibiae black. 7/20 pilosus, Say. ( Carabus pilosus Melsh. Cymindis. Calandra) Black brown, punctured; mouth with antennae & feet rufous; elytra with punctured strioe and interstitical lines 2/5 (pubescens dej.) Mass.
Lebid Lat. Bonell. tricolor, Say. Head black; mouth antennae, thorax and feet ferruquinous; elytron green polished 3/10 Mass vittata, Fab. Rufous; elytra black with a white fillet & yellowish margin; feet black; L 1/4 in. Mass atriventris, Say. Ferruquinous; elytra deep purple; venter black. 1/4 Mass ornata, S. Rufous; head & elytra black; the latter with a yellowish edge and four spots 1/5 to 1/4 ( Carabus 4 = notatus Melsh analis dej) Mass viridis, S. Green, polished immaculate; antennae palpis & feet black 1/5 platicollis. S. Rufous; Cymindis. elytra black=brown, edged with rufous, margin of the thorax depressed 2/5 Mass