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Title:Descriptions of New Cynipidae in the Collection of the Illinois State Laboratory of Natural History
Author(s):Gillette, C.P.
Subject(s):new cynipidae
Illinois State Laboratory of Natural History
cynipidae collection
Abstract:Gall-fly.— Female.—Head, thorax, and scutellum black; mandibles, antennae, legs, and abdomen yellow-rufous. Length, 3 mm. Head black, shining, face coarsely striate and sparsely haired, frontal carina rather prominent and striate, a deep groove extending up on the front, from between the antennae, containing the middle ocellus at its upper end, the ridges or carina on either side of the groove finely aciculate, the outer ocelli borne on the summit of the vertex, the latter shining and having a few punctures in the vicinity of the ocelli; occiput aciculate. Thorax: collar covered with a growth of rather long hair, mesothorax black, polished, and covered with a network of microscopic depressed lines, humeri coarsely aciculate or wrinkled, pleurae finely aciculate and rufous in color.
Issue Date:1891
Publisher:Champaign : Illinois Natural History Survey
Series/Report:Illinois Natural History Survey Bulletin; v. 003, no. 11
Rights Information:Copyright 2009 University of Illinois Board of Trustees. All rights reserved.
Date Available in IDEALS:2014-11-10

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