By Julian F., II Watkins
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20, Fig. a. 4 mm); length 915 mm 59 b. a. Scape with some long, erect setae (longer than median width of scape) 60 b. a. Distal half of stipes about as wide as proximal half and slightly downturned, dorsal surface without a notch (Pl. 18, Fig. 22) carinifrons(99) b. Distal half of stipes distinctly wider than proximal half and not downturned, dorsal surface with a notch followed by a rounded dorsal projection (Pl. 18, Fig. a. Distal half of mandible strongly curved inward (Pl. 14, Fig. 9); setae on hind tibia very short; length 910 mm shuckardi(106) b.
18, Fig. 15); length 1012 mm walkeri(76) b. Frons above antennal fossae without distinct oblique swellings; apex of stipes rounded (Pl. 18, Fig. a. Distance from lateral ocellus to compound eye less than one-half diameter of median ocellus, (Pl. 11, Fig. 44 mm); wings grayish yellow halidayi(74) b. Distance from lateral ocellus to compound eye greater than one-half diameter of median ocellus (Pl. 14, Fig. 28 mm); wings blackish spinolai(78) < previous page page_28 If you like this book, buy it!