By Arnett, Ross H.; Thomas, M. C
Arnett and Thomas supply the main sweeping textual content on hand as regards to North American beetles. each one part is gifted within the comparable concise layout, and the association of the data is bt relations. The editors have selected the main revered of experts to give a contribution the entries. Covers extra species of North American beetles than the other earlier book; offers all info within the same, easy-to-follow layout; Paints a whole portrait of every species; Describes each one family members, with separate paragraphs for head, thorax, stomach, genitalia, eggs, larvae, and pupae; Boasts the main revered of participants. - Publisher. Read more...
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The western Priacma serrata (LeConte) can frequently be attracted in large numbers to bleach containing sodium hypochlorite (Edwards 1951; Atkins 1957). They are easily distinguished by their flattened, parallel-sided body, rows of closely placed, square elytral “window punctures,” and vestiture of broad scale-like setae. E Description: Body elongate, length 5-25 mm, more or less parallel-sided, moderately to strongly flattened, the dorsal surface irregularly sculptured; color brownish or black and gray; vestiture consisting of broad scale-like setae nearly covering body.
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