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SPECIMENS 



HOMOPTEROUS INSECTS 



THE COLLECTION 



BRITISH MUSE UM. 




PRINTED BY ORDER~OF THE TRUSTEES. 
LONDON, 1852. 




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INTRODUCTION. 



The principal object of the present Catalogue has been to 
give a complete list of the specimens of Homopterous Insects 
contained in the collection of the British Museum, indicating 
at the same time the peculiarities of each, as regards variation 
of character, locality, and the source from whence it has been 
derived. With this view, the different individuals of each 
species contained in the collection are indicated by the letters a, 
b, c, &c, following the name of the species and its synonymes, 
and the description, if it appeared to have been before un- 
described. 

This part of the Catalogue of Homopterous Insects has 
been prepared and the new species described by Mr. Francis 
Walker, so well known for his attention to this order of 
Insects. 

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Tajb. I. 



Fig. 1. Dimdubia diminuta 
„ 2. Fidicina nivifera 
„ 3. Tettigades compacta 
,, 4. Zammara smaragdina 
„ ?). Cicada tristigma 
„ 6. Thopha, (New sp.). 



Tab. II. 

Fig. 1. Wing of Cyclochila honesta 
„ 2. Tettigarcta tomentosa 
„ 3. Pupa do. 
„ 4. Cystosoma Saundersii 
„ 5. Mogannia ignifera 
,, 6. Cicada aurora 



Tab. III. 

Fig. 1 . Pterodictya ephemera 
„ 2. Enchophora sicca 
„ 3. Flatoides retractus 
„ 4. Dichoptera smaragdina 
„ 5. Dictiophora cblorochroma 
„ 6. Ancyra appendiculata 
„ 7. Phyllyphanta producta 
„ 8. Rhinortha guttata 
„ 9. Paralystra Emma 
„ 10. Aselgeira ramulifera 



EXPLANATION OF PLATES. 



Tab. IV. 



Fig. 1,2. Oxygonia auriflua 
„ 3. Polyglypta dorsalis 
„ 4, 5. Pterygia horrifica 
n 6. Tragopa tetyrides 
„ 7. Membracis marginalis 
„ 8. Damis convoluta 
„ 9. CEda inflata, Fab. 

„ 10, 11. Hetevonotus excisus 

„ 12. Ceresa incrassata 

n 13. Hemiptycha brevis 

„ 14. Combophora consentanea 

„ 15. Bocydium globulare, Fab. 



Tab. V. 

PHYSAPODA. 

Fig. 1. Thrips Ulmi. Young larva, a. Antenna, b. End of 
abdomen. 

„ 2. Larva, a. Head, b, c. Mouth of larva. 

„ 3. Propupa. 

„ 4. Pupa. 

„ 5. Aptinothrips rufa, larva, ?. a. Antenna without the two 
basal joints, b. Tibia, c. Terminal orifice of abdo- 
men with the whorl of hairs. 

„ 6. Propupa, $ . a. Antenna, b. Fore leg. 

„ 7. Pupa, 2 • <*• Antenna, b. Tibia, c. End of abdomen. 

„ 8. Pupa, $ , lateral view. a. Antenna, b. End of abdomen. 

„ 9. Abdomen of A. rufa, $, vertical view. a. End of 
abdomen. 

„ 10. Do., side view. 

„ 11. A. rufa, $. a. Face. b. Foreleg, c. Abdomen, with 
ventricle in situ. 

„ 12. Melanthrips obesa, larva, a. Antenna, b. Eye. c, d. Tail. 

„ 13, a. Antenna of imago. 6. Maxilla, c. Labium, 4. Mouth. 
e. Fore leg. 

„ 14. Sericothrips. a. Antenna. 6. Hemelytron. 



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Tab. VI. 



Fig. 1. Phlaothrips Ulmi, imago, a. Face. b. Tongue? c, d. 
Maxillary palpus, e. End of mouth, with labial palpi. 
/. Base of maxilla, with the palpus, g. Hemelytron. 

„ 13. Heliothrips. a. Mouth, b. Maxillary palpus. 13, c. 
Antenna. 13, d. Apex of ditto. 

„ 2. Phlceothrips coriacea. 

„ 3. Idolothrips Spectrum. 

„ 4. Limothrips cerealium. Propupa, ? . a. Head. b. Tarsus, 
c. End of abdomen. 

„ 5. Pupa, $ . a. Hind leg. b. End of abdomen. 

„ 6. Pupa, $ . a. End of abdomen. 

„ 15. Imago, a. Face, b, c. Maxillary palpus, rf. Abdomen, £ . 
e. End of abdomen, $>• /• ENito, side view. g. A 
spine, h. Labial palpus, i, Jc. Different views of la- 
bium. 

„ 7. Thrips Physapus, $ , dorsal view. b. Ventral. 

„ 9. Profile. 10. Male. 

„ 11. End of abdomen of larva. 

i, 8, a. Thrips obscura. Last joint of antenna, with the style. 

„ 12. Chirothrips. 

„ 14. Thrips vulgatissima. a>b. Head, c, d. Part of mouth. 
e. Mandibles. /. Maxilla, g. Maxillary palpus. 



Tab. VII. 

Fig. 1. Terminal segments in Limothrips cerealium , <^ (a, b). 
g. Rectum, e. Testes. /. Vesicula. d. Utriculus. 

c. Exitus. 

* „ 2, 3. Annulus analis cum virga recurva. 
„ 4. £. a. Utriculus. b. Canalis excretionis. c. Vesicula?. 

d. Testes. 

,, 5. Idem, a latere cum fibris suspensoriis. /. Rectum, e. 

Fibrae. 
„ A. Abdomen, $ . 

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Fig. 7. Position of the rectum, with relation to the terminal 

segments. P. Statices. 
„ 8. Inflated insertion of malpighian vessels (d.) in a male of 

P. Statices. a. Duodenum, b. Small intestine, c. 

Rectum. 
„ 9, 10, 1 1 . Reproductive system in Phlceothrips, $. b". Testes. 

b'. Deferentia. c. Vesiculae pares. d,e. Vesiculse im- 

pares. a. Utriculus prae canali excretorio. 
„ 12. The ovaries of P. Statices, $. 

„ 13. Unfertilized ovary in $ newly transformed P. Pini. 
„ 14. End of one of the egg-sheaths. 
„ 15. Full-grown egg. 
„ 16. Do. in another stage? 
„ 17. Mouth with a salivary receptacle? in situ. P. Pini. 

a. labrum. c. maxilla. 
„ 18. Excretory canal of saliva glands? 
„ 19. The saliva gland ? 
„ 20. The pair, (see fig. 16 of plate 7). 
„ 21, 22. The two salivary receptacles of one side? (Very 

doubtful). 
„ 23. Tip of haustellum, in situ. Phlcsothrips. 
„ 24. End of labrum. 
„ 25. End of maxillary palpus. 
„ 26. The labrum and maxilla in juxtaposition, y. Double 

membranous lining of labrum. 
„ 27. Labrum. 
„ 28. Labium. 
„ 29. Mandibles. 
„ 30. Maxilla of Idolothrips. 
„ 31 . End of mouth, with emerging mandibles. 
„ 32. Mandible or tongue. 
„ 33. Mouth of Phlceothrips Pini, larva. 
„ 34. Horny spots at base of do. 



LIST 

OF 

HOMOPTEROUS INSECTS. 



Order II. PHYTOPHTHIRES. 

Phytophthires et Coccina, Burm. Handh. Ent. ii. 1 , 55. 

Aphidiae, Latr., Zett., Blanch. 

Aphidii, Fonscolombe. 

Sternorhynchi. — Fam. 1. Phytophthires. Tribe 1. Hymenelytres. — 

2. Scytinelytres. Fam. 2. Phytathelges. Tribe 1 . Lanisectes. 

— 2. Gallinsectes. — Amyot et Serv. Hist. Nat. Hkm. 588, 590, 

613, 618, 625. 
Dimera, Westw. Intr. Ent. ii. 434. 



Fam. 1. PSYLLIDJ2. 

Psyllida, Latr., Blanch., Westw., Curt. 
Psyllodes, p., Hartig. 
Psyllodes, Burm., Handh. Ent. ii. 1, 95. 

Race Saltipedes, Group Psyllides, Amyot et Serv. Hist. Nat. Hem. 
590. 

Genus 1. LI VIA. 

Livia, Latr. Hist. Nat. Ins. xii. 374. Gen. Crust, iii. 170, 399, 1- 
Leach, Samou., Curt, Dahlbom, Burm., Ahrens, Zett., Hartig, 
Blanch., Amyot et Serv., Erichson, Foerster. 

Chermes, p., Schrank. 

Dariphia, Illiger, Mag. ii. 284. 

Psylla, p., Latr., Haworth, 

Psylla, p., Fallen. 

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910 LIST OF HOMOPTEROUS INSECTS. 



1. LlVIA JUNCORUM. 



Chermes Junci, Baiersch. Flor. 558. Schrank, Faun. Boic. ii. 1, 

142, 1252. 
Livia Juncorum, Latr. Hist. Nat. Crust, fyc. xii. 374. Gen. Crust. 

viii. 170, 1, 399, 1, pi. 12, f. 1. Leach, Edin. Enc. ix. 125. 

Samou. Comp. 232, pi. 5, f. 11. Haworth, Ent. Trans, i. 252. 

Illig. Mag. i. 284. Curt. Brit. Ent. 492. Burnt. Handb. Ent. 

ii. I, 97, 1. Dahlb. Scand. Ins. 132. Zett. Ins. Lapp. 

306, 52, 32, 1 . Blanch. Hist. Nat. Ins. 1, 418. Amyot et Serv. 

Hist. Nat. Hem. 596, 1. Foerster, Psyll. Verh.Nat. Ver. Preuss. 

Rheinl. 1848,3,91. 
Psylla Juncorum, Latr. Bull. Soc. Philomat. 1. Hist. Nat. des 

Fourmis, 322, pi. 12, f. 3. 
Diraphia Juncorum, Illig. Mag. i. 284. 
Livia, Amyot, Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. 2me SSrie, v. 462, 515. 

a—f. England. Presented by F. Walker, Esq. 
g. France. 
h, i. Sweden. 

2. Livia vernalis. 

Livia vernalis, Fitch, The Senate, No. 30, 64. 
New York. 

3. Livia femoralis. 

Livia femoralis, Fitch, The Senate, No. 30, 64. 
New York. 

4. Livia Paludum. 

Livia Paludum, Foerster, MSS. 
Var. Juncorum ? 

a. Prussia. Presented by F. Walker, Esq. 

5. Livia longipennis. 

Rufa ; antenna cor pore paullo breviores, apice nigrce ; abdomen 
subtusflavum ; ala anticce longce, fuscce, maculis sublimpidis 
ornatce ; alee postica subcinerea. 

Ked : head flat above, with two tawny and slightly hairy lobes 
in front : feelers slender, slightly setaceous, a little shorter than the 
body, black towards the tips ; first and second joints stout, short ; 



LIST OF HOMOPTEROUS INSECTS. 911 

first much thicker than the second, and about twice its length ; 
third and following long, successively decreasing in length ; tenth 
spindle-shaped, terminating in a bristle : abdomen yellow beneath : 
fore-wings brown, with a few almost colourless spots; brand red, 
narrow, nearly half the length of the wing ; veins ferruginous ; 
upper fork at three-fifths of the length of the wing, its lower branch 
slightly undulating ; lower fork about the middle of the wing, its 
upper fork full thrice the length of the lower : hind-wings slightly 
gray. Length of the body 2| lines ; of the wings 7 lines. 
a. Van Diemen's Land. From Mr. Shuckard's collection. 

Genus 2. DIRAPHIA. 

Diraphia, Waga, Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. xi. 275. Guer. Amyot et Serv. 
Hist. Nat. Htm. 596. 

1. DlBAPHIA LIMBATA. 

Diraphia limbata, Waga, Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. xi. 275. Guer. Icon. 
Reg. Anim. 1842, 293. Amyot et Serv. Hist. Nat. Hem. 597. 
Diraphia, Amyot, Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. 2me Serie, v. 462, 515. 
Poland. 

Genus 3. LIVILLA. 

Livilla, Curt. Brit. Ent. 625. Foerster. 
Psylla, p., Klug, Waltl., Germ. 

1. Livilla Ulicis. 

Livilla Ulicis, Curt. Brit. Ent. 625. Foerster, Psylloden, Verhandl. 

Naturhist. Vereins der Preuss. Rheinlande, 1848, 3, 68, 1. 
Psylla coleoptrata, Klug, Isis, 1837, 277. Waltl. Germ. Zeit. Ent. 

i. 365. 
Psylla Genistae, Germ, 
a—c. England. Presented by J. C. Dale, Esq. 

d. France. 

e. Prussia. Presented by F. Walker, Esq. 

Genus 4. ARYTAINA. 

Chermes, p., Linn., Fabr., Gmel., Berlc., Stew. 

Psylla (Section 3), Hartig. 

Arytaina, Foerster, Psylloden, Verhandlungen des Naturhistorischen 

Vereins der Preussischen Rheinlande, 1848, 67. 
Psylla, p., Hartig. 

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912 LIST OF HOMOPTEROUS INSECTS. 



1. Aeytaina Spartii. 

Arytaina Spartii, Foerster, Psyll Verh. Nat. Ver. Preuss. Rheinl. 

1848, 3, 69. 
Psylla Spartii, Hartig, Germ. Zeitsch. Ent. iii. 375, 9. 
Psylla Ulicis, Curt. Brit. Ent. 565, 22, a. 

a — d. England. Presented by F. Walker, Esq. 
e. South of France. Presented by F. Walker, Esq. 
/, g. Prussia. Presented by F. Walker, Esq. 
h, i. Prussia. Presented by E. Doubleday, Esq. 
/. ? Presented by E. Doubleday, Esq. 

2. Arytaina radiata. 

Arytaina radiata, Foerster, Psyll. Verh. Nat. Ver. Preuss. Rheinl. 
1848, 3, 70. 

Prussia. 

Genus 5. PSYLLA. 

Psylla, p., Geoff. Ins. Par. i. 484. Latr., Burnt. 

Chermes, p., Linn.., Fabr., Deg., Schrank, Gmel., Berk., Stew., 

Turt., Kirby Sr Spence, Hartig, Zeit. 
Psylla (Section 1), Hartig, Germ. Ent. Zeit. iii. 373. 
Psylla, Foerster, Psyll. Verh. Nat. Ver. Preuss. Rheinl. 1848, 3, 

67. 

1. Psylla Alni. 

Psylla Alni, Geoff. Ins. Par. i. 486, 3. Latr. Gen. Crust, iii. 169, 

398, 1. Leach, Edin. Enc. ix. 125. Samou. Comp. 231. 

Burm. Handb. Ent. ii. 1, 98, 1. Foerster, Psyll. Verh. Nat. 

Ver. Preuss. Rheinl. 1848, 3, 70, 1. 
Chermes Alni, Linn. Faun. Suec. 1008. Syst. Nat. i. 2, 738, 10. 

Fabr. Sp. Ins. ii. 391, 12. Mant. Ins. 318, 12. Ent. Syst. iv. 

222, 12. Syst. Rhyn. 305, 12. Deg. Ins. iii. 96, 3, pi. 10, f. 8. 

Frisch. Ins. viii. 28, pi. 13. Sulz. Ins. pi. 12, f. 80. Schmff. 

Elem. pi. 39. Hartig, Germ. Zeit. Ent. iii. 373. Gmel. Ed. 

Syst. Nat. i. 4, 2212, 10. Schrank, Faun. Boic. ii. 1, 140, 

1245. Berk. Syn. i. 121. Stew. El. Nat. Hist. ii. 111. 

Turt. Syst. Nat. ii. 711. Shaw, Gen. Zool. vi. 186, f. 3. 

Zett. Faun. Lapp. i. 556, 8. Ins. Lapp. 309, 8. 



LIST OF HOMOPTEROUS INSECTS. 913 

Clethropsylla, Amyot, Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. 2me SSrie, v. 459. 
a — d. England. Presented by F. Walker, Esq. 

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g, h. Prussia. Presented by E. Doubleday, Esq. 
i,j. Prussia. Presented by F. Walker, Esq. 

2. PSYLLA FUSCINERVIS. 

Psylla fuscinervis, Foerster, Psyll. Verh. Nat. Ver. Preuss. Rheinl. 
1848, 3, 70, 2. 

Prussia. 

3. Psylla Buxi. 

Chermes Buxi, Linn. Syst. Nat. ii. 738, 7. Fabr. Sp. Ins. ii. 391, 

5. Mant. Ins. ii. 317, 5. Ent. Syst. iv. 221, 5. Syst. Rhyn. 

304, 5. Gmel. Ed. Syst. Nat. i. 4, 2212, 7. Reaum. Ins. iii. 

pi. 19, f. 1—14. Stew. El. Nat. Hist. ii. 112. Shaw, Gen. 

Zool. vi. 187, pi. 59, f. inf. Wood, III. Linn. Gen. i. 114, 

pi. 40. 
Psylla viridis, &c., Geoff. Ins. Par. i. 485, 2. 
Psylla Buxi, Foerster, Psyll. Verh. Nat. Ver. Preuss. Rheinl. 1848, 

3,71,3. 

a. Scotland. Presented by E. Doubleday, Esq. 
6, c. England. Presented by F. Walker, Esq, 

4. Psylla Visci. 

Psylla Visci, Curt. Brit. Ent. 565, 5, a. Foerster, Psyll. Verh. Nat. 
Ver. Preuss. Rheinl. 1848, 3, 71,4. 

Europe. 

5. Psylla. Ulmi. 

Psylla Ulmi, Foerster, Psyll. Verh. Nat. Ver. Preuss. Rheinl. 1848, 

3,71,5. 
Chermes Ulni, Linn. Syst. Nat. i. 2, 737, ii. 737, 4. Faun. Suec. 

1002. Fabr. Sp. Ins. ii. 390, 2. Mant. Ins. 317, 2. Ent. 

Syst. iv. 221, 2. Syst. Rhyn. 303, 2. Gmel Ed. Syst. Nat. i. 

4, 2211, 2. Schrank, Faun. Boic* ii. 1, 141, 1250. Stew. EL 

Nat. Hist. ii. 111. Turt. Syst. Nat. ii. 710. 

a. Prussia. Presented by F. Walker, Esq. 

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914 LIST OF HOMOPTEROUS INSECTS. 



6. PSYLLA VIRIDIS. 

Psylla crataegicola, Foerster, Psyll. Verh. Nat. Ver. Preuss. Rheinl. 

1848,3,72,6. 
Psylla viridis, Hartig, Germ, Ent. Zeit. iii. 374, 3. 

a, b. England. Presented by F. Walker, Esq. 
e. ? 

d. ? Presented by F. Walker, Esq. 

e, g. Prussia. Presented by E. Doubleday, Esq. 



7. Psylla Mali. 

Psylla Mali, Foerster, PsylL Verh. Nat. Ver. Preuss. Rheinl. 1848, 

3, 72, 8. 
Chermes Mali, Schmidberger, Kollar, Treatise on Injurious Insects, 

Translated, 278. 

a—/. England. Presented by F. Walker, Esq. 



8. Psylla Carpini. 

Psylla Carpini, Foerster, Psyll. Verh. Nat. Ver. Preuss. Rheinl. 
1848, 3, 72, 9. 

Prussia. 

9. Psylla dubia. 

Psylla dubia, Foerster, PsylL Verh. Nat. Ver. Preuss. Rheinl. 1848, 
3, 73, 10. 

Prussia. 

10. Psylla fraxinicola. 

Psylla fraxinicola, Foerster, Psyll. Verh. Nat. Ver. Preuss. Rheinl. 
1848,3,73, 11. 

Prussia. * 

11. Psylla Hippophaes. 

Psylla Hippophaes, Von Heyden, MSS. Foerster, Psyll. Verh. Nat. 
Ver. Preuss. Rheinl. 1848, 3. 

a, b. Prussia. Presented by F. Walker, Esq. 



LIST OF HOMOPTEROUS INSECTS. 915 



12. PSYLLA 



Psylla viridula, Foerster, Psyll. Verh. Nat. Ver. Preuss. Rheinl. 1848, 
3, 74, 13. 

a. England. Presented by F. Walker, Esq. 

13. Psylla peregrina. 

Psylla peregrina, Foerster, Psyll. Verh. Nat. Ver. Preuss. Rheinl. 
1848, 3, 74, 14. 

a, b. Prussia. Presented by F. Walker, Esq. 

14. Psylla insignis. 

Psylla insignis, Foerster, Psyll. Verh. Nat. Ver. Preuss. Rheinl. 
1848, 3, 74, 15. 

Prussia. 

15. Psylla ambigua. 

Psylla ambigua, Foerster, Psyll. Verh. Nat. Ver. Preuss. Rheinl. 
1848, 3, 74, 16. 

Prussia. 

16. Psylla melanoneura. 

Psylla melan on eura, Foerster, Psyll. Verh. Nat. Ver. Preuss. Rheinl. 
1848,3,75,17. 

Prussia. 

17. Psylla spartiophila. 

Psylla spartiophila, Foerster, Psyll. Verh. Nat. Ver. Preuss. Rheinl. 
1848, 3, 75, 18. 

a, h. Prussia. Presented by F. Walker, Esq. 

18. Psylla Crat^gi. 

Chermes Crataegi, Scopoli, Ent. Cam. 139, 412. Gmel. Ed. Syst. 

Nat. i. 4, 2214, 24. Schrank, Faun. Boic. ii. 1, 142, 1255. 

Stew. El. Nat. Hist. ii. 112. 
Psylla Crat8es:i, Foerster, Psyll. Verh. Nat. Ver. Preuss. Rheinl 

1848, 3, 75, 19. 

a — d. England. Presented by F. Walker, Esq. 



916 LIST OF HOMOPTEROUS INSECTS. 

19. PSYLLA COSTATO-PUNCTATA. 

Psylla costato-punctata, Foerster, Psyll. Verh. Nat. Ver. Preuss. 
Rheinl. 1848,3,76,20. 

a. Prussia. Presented by F. Walker, Esq. 

20. Psylla rufula. 

Psylla rufula, Foerster, Psyll. Verh. Nat. Ver. Preuss. Rheinl. 1848, 

3,76,21. 
Prussia. 

21. Psylla fumipennis. 

Psylla fumipennis, Foerster, Psyll. Verh. Nat. Ver. Preuss. Rheinl. 
1848, 3, 76, 22. 

Prussia. 

22. Psylla Pruni. 

Chermes Pruni, Scopoli, Ent. Cam. 140, 414. Gmel. Ed. Syst. 

Nat. i. 4, 2214, 23. Schrank, Faun. Boic. ii. 1. 142, 1254. 

Stew. El. Nat. Hist. ii. 112. 
Psylla Pruni, Foerster, Psyll. Verh. Nat. Ver. Preuss. Rheinl. 1848, 

3, 77, 23. 

Europe. 

23. Psylla Pyri. 

Psylla Pyri, Stephens, Curt. Brit. Ent. 565, 5. Burm. Handb. Ent. 

ii. 1,98, 2. Knight, Hort. Trans. Ser. 2, ii. 107. Loudon's 

Gardeners Mag. 92, 1837, 525. Ruricola, Gard. Chron. ii. 

(1842), 156. Foerster, Psyll. Verh. Nat. Ver. Preuss. Rheinl. 

1848, 3. 
Chermes Pyri, Linn. Syst. Nat. i. 2, 737, 4. Faun. Suee. 1004. 

Fair. Sp. Ins. ii. 390, 3. Mant. Ins. ii. 317, 3. Ent. Syst. 

iv. 221, 3. Syst. Rhyn. 303, 3. Beg. Ins. iii. 91, 2. pi. 9, 1. 1, 

16. Schrank, Faun. Boic. ii. 1, 142, 1253. Gmel. Ed. Syst. 

Nat. i. 4, 2211, 4. Berk. Syn. i. 121. Stew. El. Nat. Hist. ii. 

111. Turt. Syst. Nat. ii. 710. Shaw, Gen. Zool. vi. 187, pi. 

59, f. sup. Schmidberger, Kollar, Treatise on Injurious Insects, 

Trans. 275. 
Apiopsylla, Amyot, Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. 2me SSrie, v. 459. 

a — d. England. Presented by F. Walker, Esq. 
e — j. Scotland. Presented by E. Doubleday, Esq. 



LIST OF HOMOPTEROUS INSECTS. 917 



24. PSYLLA PYRICOLA. 

Psylla pyricola, Foerster, Psyll. Verh. Nat. Ver. Preuss. RheinL 1848, 
3, 77, 25. 

Germany. 

25. PSYLLA APIOPHILA. 

Psylla apiophila, Foerster, Psyll. Verh. Nat. Ver. Preuss. RheinL 
1848, 3, 78, 26. 

a. England. Presented by J. C. Dale, Esq. 

b, c. Prussia. Presented by F. Walker, Esq. 



26. Psylla pyrisuga. 

Psylla pyrisuga, Foerster, Psyll. Verh. Nat. Ver. Preuss. RheinL 
1848, 3, 78, 27. 

a. Prussia. Presented by F. Walker, Esq. 

27. Psylla Salicis. 

Chermes Salicis, Linn Syst. Nat. ii. 739, 14. Faun. Suec. 1012. 

Fair. Sp. Ins. ii. 392, 14. Mant. Ins. ii. 318, 14. Ent. Syst. 

iv. 223, 14. Syst. Rhyn. 305, 14. Gmel. Ed. Syst. Nat. i. 4, 

2213, 14. Sc'hrank, Faun. Boic. ii. 1, 140, 1247. Stew. EL 

Nat. Hist. ii. 112. Turt. Syst. Nat. ii. 711. 
Psylla Saliceti, Foerster, Psyll. Verh. Nat. Ver. Preuss. RheinL 

1848,3,79,28. 

a, b. England. Presented by F. Walker, Esq. 

c. Prussia. Presented by the Entomological Club. 

d. ? 

28. Psylla ferruginea. 

Psylla ferruginea, Foerster, Psyll. Verh. Nat. Ver. Preuss. RheinL 
1848, 3, 79, 29. 

a. England. Presented by F. Walker, Esq. 

b. Prussia. Presented by E. Doubleday, Esq. 

c. Prussia. Presented by F. Walker, Esq. 



918 LIST OF HOMOPTEROUS INSECTS. 



29. PSYLLA SIMULANS. 



Psylla simulans, Foerster, Psyll. Verh. Nat. Ver. Preuss. RheinL 
1848, 3, 80, 30. 

Prussia. 

30. Psylla Fbaxini. 

Psylla Fraxini, Curt. Brit. Ent. 565. Hartig, Foerster, Psyll. Verh. 

Nat. Ver. Preuss. Rheinl. 1848, 3, 80, 31. 
Chermes Fraxini, Linn. Syst. Nat. ii. 739, 15. Faun. Suec. 1013. 

Fair. Sp. Ins. ii. 392, 15. Mant. Ins. ii. 318, 15. Ent. Syst. 

iv. 223, 15. Syst. Rhyn. 305, 15. Gmel. Ed. Syst. Nat. i. 4, 

2313, 15. Schrank, Faun. Boic. ii. 1, 141, 1248. Berk. Syn. 

i. 122. Stew. El. Nat. Hist. ii. 112. Turt. Syst. Nat. ii. 711. 

Kirby and Spence, Intr. Ent. pi. 28, f. 18. 

a — d. England. Presented by F. Walker, Esq. 
e. Scotland. Presented by E. Doubleday, Esq. 
/, g. Prussia. Presented by E. Doubleday, Esq. 
h, i. Prussia. Presented by F. Walker, Esq. 

31. Psylla Heydeni. 

Psylla Heydeni, Foerster, Psyll. Verh. Nat. Ver. Preuss. Rheinl. 
1848,3,81,32. 

a. Prussia. Presented by F. Walker, Esq. 

32. Psylla alpina. 

Psylla alpina, Foerster, Psyll. Verh. Nat. Ver. Preuss. Rheinl. 1848, 
3,81,33. 

Bernese Alps. 

33. Psylla picta. 

Psylla picta, Foerster, Psyll. Verh. Nat. Ver. Preuss. Rheinl. 1848, 

3,81,34. 
England. 



LIST OF HOMOPTEROUS INSECTS. 919 



34. PSYLLA SUBGRANULATA. 

Fsylla subgranulata, Foerster, PsylL Verh. Nat. Ver. Preuss. Rheinl. 

1848, 3, 94. 
South of France. 

35. PSYLLA ARGYROSTIGMA. 

Psylla argyrostigma, Foerster, PsylL Verh. Nat. Ver. Preuss. Rheinl. 

1848, 3, 97, 4. 
Germany. 

36. PSYLLA ALATERNI. 

Psylla Alaterni, Holiday, MSS. Foerster, Psyll. Verh. Nat. Ver. 

Preuss. Rheinl. 1848, 3, 97, 5. 
a. Ireland. Presented by A. H. Haliday, Esq. 

37. Psylla jeruginosa. 

Psylla aeruginosa, Foerster, Psyll. Verh. Nat. Ver. Preuss. Rheinl. 
1848, 3, 97, 6. 

Ireland. 

38. Psylla occulta. 

Psylla occulta, Foerster, Psyll. Verh. Nat. Ver. Preuss. Rheinl. 1848, 

3, 98, 7. 
a. England. Presented by F. Walker, Esq. 

39. Psylla fuscipes. 

Psylla fuscipes, Hartig, Germ. Ent. Zeit. iii. 374. 
Germany. 

40. Psylla Betcl^e. 

Chermes Betulse, Linn. Syst. Nat, ii. 738, 9. Faun. Suec. 1007. 
Fair. Sp. Ins. ii. 391, 11. Mant. Ins. 318, 1 1. Ent. Syst. iv. 
222, 11. Syst. Rhyn. 305, 11. Gmel. Ed. Syst. Nat. i. 4, 
2212. Stew. El. Nat. Hist. ii. 112. Turt. Syst. Nat. ii. 711. 

a — e. Scotland. Presented by E. Doubleday, Esq. 



920 LIST OF HOMOPTEROUS INSECTS. 



41. PSYLLA GBAMINIS. 

Chermes Airae-flexuosae, Linn. Syst. Nat. ii. 737, ] . Faun. Suec. 

1001. 
Chermes graminis, Fabr. Sp. Ins. ii. 390, 1. Mant. Ins. ii. 317, 1. 

Ent. Syst. iv. 221, 1. Syst. Rhyn. 303, 1. Gmel. Ed. Syst. 

Nat. i. 4, 2211, 2. Berk. Syn. i. 121. Stew. El. Nat. Hist. ii. 

111. Turt. Syst. Nat. ii. 710. 

a. ? 

42. PSYLLA NIGRITA. 

Chermes nigrita, Zett. Faun. Lapp. i. 556, 9. Ins. Lapp. 309, 9. 
Lapland. 

43. PSYLLA PULCHRA. 

Chermes pulchra, Zett. Ins. Lapp. 309, 1 0. 
Lapland. 

44. PSYLLA ELEGANTULA. 

Chermes elegantula, Zett. Ins. Lapp. 310, 11. 
Lapland. 

Note. — The following species may not belong to the genus 
Psylla as it is defined by Foerster. 

45. Psylla subfasciata. 
Psylla subfasciata, Erichson, Arch. 1842, i. 286. 
Van Diemen's Land. 

46. Psylla luteola. 
Psylla luteola, Erichson, Arch. 1842, i. 286. 
Van Diemen's Land. 

47. Psylla? Cerastii. 

Chermes Cerastii, Linn. Syst. Nat. ii. 737, 3. Faun. Suec. 1003. 
Fabr. Sp. Ins. ii. 390, 4. Mant. Ins. ii. 317, 4. Ent. Syst. iv. 
221, 4. Syst. Rhyn. 303, 4. Gmel. Ed. Syst. Nat. i. 4, 221 1 , 
3. Stew. El. Nat. Hist. ii. 111. Turt. Syst. Nat. ii. 710. 



Europe. 



LIST OF HOMOPTEROUS INSECTS. 921 



48. PSYLLA? SORBI. 

Chermes Sorbi, Linn. Syst. Nat. ii. 738, 5. Fair. Sp. Ins. ii. 391, 
7. Mant. Ins. ii. 31*8, 7. Ent. Syst. iv. 222, 7. Syst. Rhyn. 
304, 7. Gmel. Ed. Syst. Nat. i. 4, 221 1, 5. Berk. Syn. i. 121 . 
Stew. El. Nat. Hist. ii. 111. Turt. Syst. Nat. ii. 710. 

Europe. 

49. PSYLLA ? PERSICJE. 

Chermes Persicae, Fabr. Sp. Ins. ii. 391, 8. Mant. Ins. ii. 318, 8. 
Ent. Syst. iv. 222, 8. Syst. Rhyn. 304, 8. Geoff. Ins. Par. i. 
506, 4. Reaum. Ins. iv. pi. 1, f. 1, 2. Gmel. Ed. Syst. Nat. i. 
4, 2212, 18. Stew. El. Nat. Hist. ii. 111. 

Europe. 

50. PSYLLA ? CALTILE. 

Chermes Calthae, Linn. Syst. Nat. ii. 738, 6. Faun. Suec. 1005. 
Fabr. Sp. Ins. ii. 391, 9. Mant. Ins. ii. 318, 9. Ent. Syst. iv. 
222,9. Syst. Rhyn. 304, 9. Gmel. Ed. Syst. Nat. i. 4, 2212, 6. 
Stew. El. Nat. Hist. ii. 111. Turt. Syst. Nat. ii. 710. 

Europe. 

51. Psylla ? Fagi. 

Chermes Fagi, Linn. Syst. Nat. ii. 738, 12. Faun. Suee. 1010. St. 
Scand. 65. Fabr. Sp. Ins. ii. 391, 6. Mant. Ins. ii. 317, 6. 
2?n*. £#s£. iv. 222, 6. Stys*. itayrc. 304, 6. Reaum. Ins. iii. 
pi. 26, f. 1—6. GW. £VZ. Syst. Nat. i. 4, 2213, 12. Stew. 
El. Nat. Hist. ii. 112. Turt. Syst. Nat. ii. 710. 

Europe. 

52. Psylla? castanea. 

Psylla castanea, Geoff. Ins. Par. i. 489, 8. 

Chermes castanea, Gmel. Ed. Syst. Nat. i. 4, 2214, 21. Stew. El. 
Hist. Nat. ii. 112. 

France. 

PART IV. 3 M 



922 LIST OF HOMOPTEKOUS TNSECTS. 



53. PSYLLA? RUBRA. 

Psylla rubra, Geoff. Ins. Par. i. 489, 9. 

Chermes rubra, Gmel. Ed. Syst. Nat. i. 4, 2214, 22. Stew. El. 
Nat. Hist. ii. 112. 

France. 

54. Psylla? purpurascens. 

Psylla (Section 4) purpurascens, Hartig, Germ. Ent. Zeit. iii. 375, 
10. 

Germany. 

55. Psylla ? Euonymi. 

Chermes Euonymi, Scopoli, Ent. Cam. 139, 411." Gmel. Ed. Syst. 
Nat. i. 4, 2214, 25. Stew. El. Nat. Hist. ii. 112. 

Carniolia. 

56. Psylla? Senecionis. 

Chermes Senecionis, Scopoli, Ent. Cam. 140, 413. Gmel. Ed. 
Syst. Nat. i. 4, 2214, 26. Stew. EL Nat. Hist. ii. 112. 

Carniolia. 

57. Psylla? Lichenis. 

Psocus ? 

Chermes lichenis, Geoff. Ins. Par. i. 88, 7. Gmel. Ed. Syst. Nat. 
i. 4, 2214, 20. Stew. El. Nat. Hist. ii. 112. 

France. 

58. Psylla? tripunctata. 

Psylla tripunctata, Fitch, The Senate, No. 30, 64. 
New York. 

59. Psylla? quadrilineata. 

Psylla quadrilineata, Fitch, The Senate, No. 30, 64. 
New York. 



LIST OF HOMO PTE ROUS INSECTS. 923 



60. PsYLLA ? CaRPINI. 

Psylla Carpini, Fitch, The Senate, No. 30, 64. 
New York. 

61. PSYLLA? ANNULATA. 

Psylla annulata, Fitch, The Senate, No. 30, 64. 
New York. 

62. PSYLLA? URTICECOLENS. 

Psylla urticaecolens, Fitch, MSS. ? 

a. New York. From Dr. Fitch's collection. 

63. Psylla ? quadrisignata. 
a. New York. From Dr. Fitch's collection. 

64. Psylla? Quercus. 

Chermes Quercus, Linn. Syst. Nat. ii. 738, 11. Faun. Suec. 1009. 
Fair. Syst. Rhyn. 305, 16. Gmel. Ed. Syst. Nat. i. 4,2212, 
11. Berk. Syn. i. 121. Stew. EL Nat. Hist. ii. 112. 

Sweden. 

6b. Psylla? Abietis. 

Psylla (Section 5) Abietis, Hartig, Germ. Ent. Zeit. iii. 375, 11. 
Germany. 

66. Psylla? Rhamni. 

Chermes Ramni, Schrank, Faun. Boic. ii. 1, 141, 1249. 
Bavaria. 

67. Psylla? Humuli. 

Chermes Humuli, Schrank, Faun. Boic. ii. 1, 141, 1251. 
Bavaria. 

3m 2 



924 LIST OF HOMOPTEEOUS INSECTS. 



68. PSYLLA? LATA. 

Ferruginea, lata ; antenna flavce, submoniliformes, thoracis di- 
midio breviores, apice fuscce ; pedes fulvi; tibiis jlavis ; alee 
limpidce, venis flavo fuscoque fasciatis. 

Ferruginous, broad, thick: feelers yellow, submoniliform, 
rather stout, less than half the length of the chest, with brown 
tips, which have two bristles ; joints successively decreasing in 
length : legs tawny ; shanks yellow : wings colourless ; fore-wings 
broad ; fore border convex near the base ; veins with alternate 
yellow and brown bands ; upper fork at two-thirds of the length of 
the wing ; lower fork in the middle of the length, its petiole ex- 
tremely short. The breadth of the body and the structure of the 
feelers and of the fore-wings, distinguish this species from all the 
groups into which this family has been divided; it is most allied to 
Rhinocola. Length of the body lj line; of the wings 3 lines. 

a, b. Sierra Leone. Presented by the Rev. D. F. Morgan. 



Genus 6. TRIOZA. 

Chermes, p., Linn., Fabr., GmeL, Berk., Stew., Turt., Zett. 
Psylla, p., Geoff., Hartig, Burnt., Web. &r Mohr., Loew, Macquart, 

Blanch. 
Psylla (Section 2), Hartig, Germ.Ent. Zeit. Ill, 374. 
Trioza, Foerster, Psyll. Verh. Nat. Ver. Preuss. Rheinl. 1848, 3, 67. 



1. Tbioza Urtic&. 

Trioza Urticae, Foerster, Psyll. Verh. Nat. Ver. Preuss. Rheinl. 

1848, 3, 82, 1. 
Chermes Urticae, Linn. Syst. Nat. ii. 738, 8. Faun. Suec. 1006. 

Fabr. Sp. Ins. ii. 39lj 10. Mant. Ins. ii. 318, 10. Ent. Syst. 

iv.222, 10. Syst. Rhyn. 304, 10. Gmel. Ed. Syst. Nat. i. 4, 

2212,8. Deg. Ins. iii. 134, 1, pi. 9, f. 7— 19. Berk. Syn. i. 

121. Stew. El. Nat. Hist. ii. 112. Turt. Syst. Nat. ii. 711. 

Zett. Faun. Lapp. i. 553, 4. Ins. Lapp. 308, 4. 
Psylla Urticae, Burnt. Handb. Ent. ii. 1, 98, 3. 
Cnidopsylla, Amyot, Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. 2me SSrie, v. 373. 

a — d. England. Presented by F. Walker, Esq. 
e,f. Prussia. Presented by E. Doubleday, Esq. 
g, h. Prussia. Presented by F. Walker, Esq. 



LIST OF HOMOPTEBOUS INSECTS. 925 



2. Trioza APICALIS. 

Trioza apicalis, Foerster, Psyll. Verh. Nat. Ver. Preuss. Rheinl. 

1848, 3, 82 ? 2. 
Chermes Cerastii ? Linn. 

Psylla simplex ? Hartig, Germ, Ent. Zeit. iii. 374, 6. 
Psylla Cerastii, Loew ? 
a. Prussia. Presented by F. Walker, Esq. 



3. Trioza eupoda. 

Trioza eupoda, Foerster, Psyll. Verh. Nat. Ver. Preuss. Rheinl. 

1848,3,82,3. 
Psylla eupoda, Hartig, Germ. Ent. Zeit. iii. 374, 8. 

Germany. 

4. Trioza protensa. 

Trioza protensa, Foerster, Psyll. Verh. Nat. Ver. Preuss. Rheinl. 
1848,3,82,4. 

Prussia. 

5. Trioza remota. 

Trioza remota, Foerster, Psyll. Verh. Nat. Ver. Preuss. Rheinl. 1848, 
3, 83, 5. 

Prussia. 

6. Trioza crassinervis. 

Trioza crassinervis, Foerster, Psyll. Verh. Nat. Ver. Preuss. Rheinl. 
1848, 3, 83, 6. 

a. Prussia. Presented by F. Walker, Esq. 



7. Trioza curvatinervis. 

Trioza curvatinervis, Foerster, Psyll. Verh. Nat. Ver. Preuss. Rheinl. 
1848, 3, 83, 7. 

Prussia. 

3m3 



926 LIST OF HOMOPTEROUS INSECTS. 



8. Trioza ALBIVENTRIS. 

Trioza albiventris, Foerster, Psyll. Verh. Nat. Ver. Preuss. Rheinl. 
1848, 3, 84, 8. 

Prussia. 

9. Tbtoza pallipes. 

Trioza pallipes, Foerster, Psyll. Verh. Nat. Ver. Preuss. Rheinl. 
1848, 3, 84, 9. 

Germany. 

]0. Trioza forcip ata. 

Trioza forcipata, Foerster, Psyll. Verh. Nat. Ver. Preuss. Rheinl. 
1848, 3, 84, 10. 

Prussia. 

11. Trioza modesta. 

Trioza modesta, Foerster, Psyll. Verh. Nat. Ver. Preuss. Rheinl. 
1848, 3, 84, 11. 

Prussia. 

12. Trioza sanguinosa. 

Trioza sanguinosa, Foerster, Psyll. Verh. Nat. Ver. Preuss. Rheinl. 

1848,3,85, 12. 
Prussia. 

13. Trioza h^ematodes. 

Trioza haematodes, Foerster, Psyll. Verh. Nat. Ver. Preuss. Rheinl. 

1848,3,85, 13. 
Germany. 

14. Trioza cinnabarina. 

Trioza cinnabarina, Foerster, Psyll. Verh. Nat. Ver. Preuss. Rheinl. 
1848,3,85,14. 

Germany. 



LIST OF HOMOPTEROUS INSECTS. 927 



15. Trioza nigricornis. 

Trioza nigricornis, Foerster, Psyll. Verh. Nat. Ver. Preuss. Rheinl. 
1848,3,86, 16. 

a. Prussia. Presented by F. Walker, Esq. 



16. Trioza pinicola. 

Trioza pinicola, Foerster, PsylL Verh. Nat. Ver. Preuss. Rheinl. 

1848,3,86, 15. 
Psylla Pini ? Geoff. Ins. Par. i. 488, 6. 
Chermes Pini ? Linn. Syst. Nat. 736, 25. Faun. Suec. Ed. i. 699. 

Gmel. Ed. Syst. Nat. i. 4, 2213, 19. Stew. El. Nat. Hist. ii. 

112. 
Pityopsylla, Amyot, Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. 2me Serie, v. 461, 513. 

a—f. England. Presented by F. Walker, Esq. 



17. Trioza? Laricis. 

Psylla Laricis, Macquart, Recueil Trav. Soc. Sci. Lille, 1819. 
Cnapbalodes Laricis, Amyot et Serv. Hist. Nat. Hem. 595. 
Cnaphalodes, Amyot, Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. 2me Serie, v. 460, 512. 

France. 

18. Trioza femoralis. 

Trioza femoralis, Foerster, Psyll. Verh. Nat. Ver. Preuss. Rheinl. 

1848,3,86,17. 

Germany. 

19. Trioza actjtipennis. 

Chermes acutipennis, Zett. Faun. Lapp. i. 554, 5. Ins. Lapp. 

308, 5. 
Trioza acutipennis, Foerster, Psyll. Verh. Nat. Ver. Preuss. Rheinl. 

1848, 3, 87, 18. 

a. Prussia. Presented by F. Walker, Esq. 



928 LIST OF HOMOPTEROUS INSECTS. 



20. Trioza Galii. 



Trioza Galii, Foerster, Psyll. Verh.Nat. Verh. Preuss. Rheinl. 1848, 
3, 87, 19. 

a, b. Prussia. Presented by F. Walker, Esq. 

21. Trioza velutina. 

Trioza velutina, Foerster, Psyll. Verh. Nat. Ver. Preuss. Rheinl. 
1848, 3, 87, 20. 

a. England. Presented by F. Walker, Esq. 

22. Trioza abieticola. 

Trioza abieticola, Foerster, Psyll. Verh. Nat. Ver. Preuss. Rheinl. 
1848, 3, 88, 21. 

a. England. Presented by F. Walker, Esq. 

23. Trioza munda. 

Trioza munda, Foerster, Psyll. Verh. Nat. Ver. Preuss. Rheinl. 
1848,3,88,22. 

Europe. 

24. Trioza Walkeri. 

Trioza Walkeri, Foerster, Psyll. Verh. Nat. Ver. Preuss. Rheinl. 
1848, 3, 88, 23. 

Europe. 

25. Trioza maura. 

Trioza maura, Foerster, Psyll. Verh. Nat. Ver. Preuss. Rheinl. 
1848, 3, 94. 

South of France. 

26. Trioza flavipennis. 

Trioza flavipennis, Foerster, Psyll. Verh. Nat. Ver. Preuss. Rheinl. 

1848, 3, 98, 8. 
Germany. 



LIST OF HOMOPTEROUS INSECTS. 929 



27. Trioza vitripennis. 

Trioza vitripennis, Foerster, PsylL Verh. Nat. Ver. Preuss. Rheinl. 
1848,3,98,9. 

Prussia. 

28. Trioza marginata. 

Psylla marginata, Hartig, Germ. Ent. Zeit. iii. 374, 7. 
Germany. 

29. Trioza fusca. 

Chermes fusca, Zett. Faun. Lapp. i. 552, 2. Ins r Lapp. 307,2. 
Lapland. 

30. Trioza picta. 

Chermes picta, Zett. Faun. Lapp, i. 553,3. Ins. Lapp. 308,3. 
Lapland. 

31. Trioza affinis. 

Chermes affinis, Zett. Faun. Lapp. i. 554, 6. Ins. Lapp. 308, 6. 
Lapland. 

32. Trioza viridula. 

Chermes viridula, Zett. Faun. Lapp. i. 555, 7. Ins. Lapp. 309, 7. 
Lapland. 

Genus 7. APHALARA. 

Aphalara, Foerster, PsylL Verh. Nat. Ver. Preuss. Rheinl. 1848, 

389. 
Psylla, p., Web. fy Mohr. 
Chermes, p., Zett. 



930 LIST OF HOMOPTEROUS INSECTS. 



1. Aphalara FLAVIPENNIS. 

Aphalara flavipennis, Foerster, PsylL Verh. Nat. Ver. Preuss. Rheinl. 
1848, 3, 89, 1. 

a, b. England. Presented by F. Walker, Esq. 
c, d. Prussia. Presented by E. Doubleday, Esq. 



2. Aphalara exilis. 

Aphalara exilis, Foerster, PsylL Verh. Nat. Ver. Preuss. Rheinl. 

1848,3, 89,2. 
Psylla exilis, Web. fy Mohr. 

a. England. Presented by F. Walker, Esq. 



3. Aphalara Polygon i. 

Aphalara Polygoni, Foerster, PsylL Verh. Nat. Ver. Preuss. Rheinl. 
1848, 3, 90. 3, 

a. England. Presented by F. Walker, Esq. 



4. Aphalara nervosa. 

Aphalara nervosa, Foerster, PsylL Verh. Nat. Ver. Preuss. Rheinl. 
1848,3,90,4. 

Prussia. 

5. Aphalara subfasciata. 

Aphalara subfasciata, Foerster, PsylL Verh. Nat. Ver. Preuss. 
Rheinl. 1848, 3,90,5. 

Prussia. 

6. Aphalara innoxia. 

Aphalara innoxia, Foerster, PsylL Verh. Nat. Ver. Preuss. Rheinl. 

1848, 3, 90, 6. 
Prussia. 



LIST OF HOMOPTEROUS INSECTS. 931 



7. Aphalara subpunctata. 

Aphalara subpunctata, Foerster, Psyll. Verh. Nat. Ver. Preuss. 
Rheinl 1848,3,91,7. 

Prussia. 

8. Aphalara Ulicis. 

Aphalara Ulicis, Foerster, Psyll. Verh. Nat. Ver. Preuss. Rheinl. 
1848,3,96,3. 

Europe. 

9. Aphalara Arte m isle. 

Aphalara Artemisiae, Foerster, Psyll. Verh. Nat. Ver. Preuss. Rheinl. 
1848, 3, 96, 1. 

Germany. 

10. Aphalara Sonchi. 

Aphalara Sonchi, Foerster, Psyll. Verh. Nat. Ver. Preuss. Rheinl. 
1848,3,96,2. 

Europe. 

11. Aphalara nebulosa. 
Chermes nebulosa, Zett. Faun. Lapp. i. 551, 1. Ins. Lapp. 307, 1. 
Lapland. 



12. Aphalara arctica. 

Picea, fulvo varia ; scutellum fulvo trivittatum ; abdomen nigrum ; 
pedes picei, genubus tarsisque ferrugineis ; alee subcinerece. 

Pitchy, with tawny marks : scutcheon with three tawny stripes : 
abdomen black : feelers black, filiform, slightly hairy, as long as the 
chest, with two bristles on each tip ; first and second joints stout, 
pitchy: legs pitchy; knees and feet ferruginous: wings slightly 
gray ; veins black, ferruginous at the base : upper fork at three- 
fourths of the length of the wing ; lower fork near the middle, its 



932 LIST OF HOMOPTEROUS INSECTS. 

upper branch much curved, and thrice the length of its lower fork. 
Length of the body 1 line ; of the wings 2£ lines. 

a. St. Martin's Falls, Albany River, Hudson's Bay. Presented by 
G. Barnston, Esq. 



Genus 8. RHINOCOLA 

Rhinocola, Foerster, Psyll. Verh. Nat. Ver. Preuss. Rheinl. 1848, 

3,67,91. 
Chermes, p., Linn., Fabr. 
Psylla, p., Curt. 

1. Rhinocola Aceris. 

Rhinocola Aceris, Foerster, Psyll. Verh. Nat. Ver. Preuss. Rheinl. 

1848,3,91. 
Chermes Aceris, Linn. Syst. Nat. ii. 739, 16. Faun. Suec. 1014. 

Fabr. Sp. Ins. ii. 392, 16. Mant. Ins. ii. 318, 16. Ent. Syst. 

iv. 223, 16. Syst. Rhyn. 306, 17. Gmel. Ed. Syst. Nat. i. 4, 

2213, 16. Stew. EL Nat. Hist. ii. 112. TurL Syst. Nat. ii. 

711. 
a. Prussia. Presented by F. Walker, Esq. 
6. Prussia. Presented by E. Doubleday, Esq. 



2. Rhinocola Ericae. 

Rhinocola Ericae, Foerster, Psyll. Verh. Nat. Ver. Preuss. Rheinl. 

1848,3,91,2. 
Psylla Ericae, Curt. Brit. Ent. 565, 25. 

a—f. England. Presented by F. Walker, Esq. 
g. Prussia. Presented by E. Doubleday, Esq. 
h. Prussia. Presented by F. Walker, Esq 
i. Fontainbleau. Presented by F. Walker, Esq. 

Genus 9. ANISOSTROPHA. 

Chermes, p., Linn., Fabr., Gmel., Stew. 

Psylla, p., Geoff'., Tign., St. Farg. et Serv., Lion Duf., Amyot et 

Serv. 
Anisotropha, Foerster, Verh. Nat, Ver. Preuss. Rheinl. 1848, 3, 92. 



LIST OF HOMOPTEEOUS INSECTS. 933 



1. Anisotkopha FlCUS. * 

Anisotropha Ficus, Foerster, Psyll. Verh. Nat. Ver. Preuss. Rheinl. 

1848,3,92. 
Chermes Ficus, Linn. Syst. Nat. ii. 739, 17. Fair. Sp. Ins. ii. 392, 

17. Mant. Ins. ii. 3 18, 17. Ent. Syst. iv. 223, 17. Syst. Rhyn. 

306, 18. Reaum. Ins. iii. pi. 29, f. 17—24. Gmel. Ed. Syst. 

Nat. i. 4, 2213, 17. Stew. El. Nat. Hist. ii. 111. St. Farg. et 

Serv. Enc. Meth. x. 229, 3. Duf. Rech. Hkm. 104, pi. 9, f. 

110—113. Amyotet Serv. Hist. Nat. Hem. 593, 1. 
Psylla ficus, Geoff. Ins. i. 484, 1 , pi. 10, f. 2. Enc. MSth. Hist. Nat 

Ins. pi. 115, f. 1—7. Tign. Hist. Nat. Ins. iv. 165, pi. 4, f. 3. 
Psylla, Amyot, Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. 2me Serie, v. 458, 511. 

a. South of France. 



Genus 10. EUPHYLLUKA. 

Psylla, p., Fonscolombe. 

Euphyllura, Foerster, Psyll. Verh. Nat. Ver. Preuss. Rheinl. 1848, 3, 
93. 

1. Euphyllura Ole^:. 

Euphyllura Oleae, Foerster, Psyll. Verh. Nat. Ver. Preuss. Rheinl. 

1848, 3,93, 1. 
Psylla Oleae, Fonscolombe, Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. ix. Ill, 7. 

South of France. 

2. Euphyllura PHiLLYREiE. 

Euphyllura Phillyrese, Foerster, Psyll. Verh. Nat. Ver. Preuss. 
Rheinl. 1848, 3, 93, 2. 

South of Frauce. 



Genus 11. SPANIONEUKA. 

Spanioneura, Foerster, Psyll. Verh. Nat. Ver. Preuss. Rheinl. 1848, 
3, 94. 

1. Spanioneura Fonscolombii. 

Spanioneura Fonscolombii, Foerster, Psyll. Verh. Nat. Ver. Preuss. 
Rheinl. 1848, 3. 94. 

South of France. 

PART IV. 3 N 



934 LIST OF HOMOPTEROUS INSECTS. 



Fam. II. APHIDINA. 

Aphidina, Burm. Handb. Ent. ii. 1, 85. 

Gradipedes. Group 1 , Aphides ; 2, Myzoxylides, Amyot et Serv. 

Hist. Nat. Htm. 597, 609. 
Aphidii, Latr. 
Aphidse, Curt., Westw. 
Aphidina et Hyponomeutes, Hartig. 
Aphidinae, Rondani. 



Genus 1. APHIS. 

Aphis, p., Linn., Fabr., GmeL, De la Hire, Bonnet, Rbaum., Deg., 
Frisch., Richardson, Bjerkander,Hausm., Scop., Geoff., Schrank, 
W. Curtis, Latr., Kyber, Ratz., Duvau, Dutrochet, Kittel, 
FonscoL, Macq., Harris. 

Aphis et Lachnus, Illig., Hartig, Kalt, Burnt., Holiday, Bonafous, 
Amyot et Serv. 

Aphis et Cinara, Curtis, Mosley. 

Eriosoma, p., Mosley. 

Aphis (Doralis et Phalaris), Leach, Risso, Hist, Nat. Eur. Merid. v. 

Aphis et Pterochlorus, Rondani. 



Group 1. Walk. Ann. Nat. Hist. Ser. 2, 1, 249. 

1. Aphis Platanoidis. 

Aphis Platanoidis, Schrank, Faun. Boic. ii. 1, 112, 1106. Kalt. Mon. 

Pflan. \. 13. Ratz. Forst. Ins. iii. 216, 1, pi. 11, f. 4. Hartig, 

Germ. Zeit. iii. 369, 9. Walk. Ann. Nat. Hist. Ser. 2, i. 250, 

1. Entom. 173, 55. 
Aphis Pseudoplatani, Sir Oswald Mosley, Gardeners Chronicle, i. 

684. 
Platanaphis, Amyot, Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. 2me Serie, v. 475, 518. 

Fore-legs not much shorter than the hind-legs ; shanks straight : 
vein of the fore-wing curving slightly inwards at two-thirds of its 
length, and again outwards where the brand commences; angle 
whence the fourth vein springs slight, distinct, at about two-thirds 
of length of brand ; inclination of the rib-vein from thence to fore 



LIST OF HOMOPTEROUS INSECTS. 935 

border very slight ; inclination of brand at its commencement be- 
tween the vein and the border of the wing rather more abrupt than 
that of the tip of the brand ; space between the first and second 
branch-veins at the base one-third of that between them at the tips ; 
third vein nearly parallel to the second vein, the distance between 
them at the tips being hardly more than that at the base ; first fork 
of the third vein at a little before one-third of its length, and its 
second fork at one half of the length of its first fork ; the second 
fork runs straight towards the tip of the wing, and does not follow 
the curve of the fourth vein ; the tips of the two forks are rather more 
distant from each other than the tip of the second fork is from the 
tip of the third vein ; the fourth vein is much curved in the early 
part of its course, but afterwards is nearly straight; the space 
between its tip and that of the rib-vein is rather longer than the 
space between its tip and the tip of the second fork. 

Var. Feelers with only six joints. Body pale yellow, with white 
limbs : the tips of the joints of the feelers are brown ; the fourth 
joint is much shorter than the third ; the fifth is brown, and less 
than half the length of the fourth ; the sixth is rather longer than 
the third. 

a—/. Scotland. Presented by E. Doubleday, Esq. 
g — o. England. (In Canada Balsam). From Mr. Walker's col- 
lection. 



2. Aphis Acerina. 
Aphis Acerina, Walk, Ann. Nat. Hist. Ser. 2, i. 254, 2. 

First and second branch-veins of the fore-wings diverging from 
each other, the distance between them at the tips is about thrice that 
at the base ; first branch-vein about one-third more distant from the 
source of the wing at the tip than at the base ; its tip much farther 
from the base of the wing than from the tip of the second vein, and 
about one-third farther from the tip of the second vein than the lat- 
ter is from the tip of the third ; second vein slightly curved, nearer 
to the third in the middle than at the base or at the tip, rather farther 
from the third at the tip than at the base ; tip of the third vein more 
apart from the tip of the second vein than from the tip Of the first 
fork, and more apart from the tip of the first fork than the latter is 
from the tip of the second fork ; tip of the second fork much nearer 
to the tip of the fourth vein than to the tip of the first fork and than 

3n2 



936 LIST OF HOMOPTEEOUS INSECTS. 

the tip of the fourth vein is to the tip of the rib-vein ; length of the 
third vein before the first fork generally much longer, sometimes a 
little shorter than its length between the forks ; distance between 
the tip of the rib-vein and the tip of the fourth nearly twice that be- 
tween the tip of the fourth and the tip of the third vein. 

Var. Angle of the rib-vein beneath the brand less obtuse, and 
its outward side shorter in one wing than in the other. 

a — d. England. (In Canada Balsam). From Mr. Walker's collection. 



Group 2. Walk. Ann. Nat. Hist. Ser. 2, i. 255. 

3. Aphis Betul2e. 

Aphis Betulae, Linn. Syst. Nat. ii. 735, 21. Faun. Suee. 992. 

Bonnet, Hist. Nat. i. 3. Reaum. Ins. iii. pi. 22, f. 2. Deg. Ins. 

iii. 45, 3, f. 27, 28. Geoff. Ins. Par. i. 496, 7. Fabr. Sp. Ins. 

ii. 386, 20. Mant. Ins. ii. 316, 25. Ent. Syst. iv. 215, 25. 

Syst. Rhyn. 297, 25. Gmel. Ed. Syst. Nat. i. 4, 2206,21. 

Enc. Meth. Hist. Nat. Ins. pi. 1 16, f. 9. Schrank, Faun. Boic. 

ii. 1, 107, 1189. Berk. Syn. i. 120. Stew. El. Nat. Hist. ii. 110. 

Turt. Syst. Nat. ii. 705. Kalt. Mon. Pfian. i. 144, 118. 

Walk. Ann. Nat. Hist. Ser. 2, i. 255, 3. 
Aphis nigritarsis, Hey den, Mus. Senhenburg, ii. Heft. 3, 299. 

Kalt. Mon. Pflan. i. 135, 103. Ratz. Forst. Ins. iii. 218, 20. 
Aphis punctipennis ? Zetterstedt, Faun. Lapp. i. 559, 4. Ins. Lapp. 

ii.2,3ll,7. 
Nigritarsifex, Amyot, Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. 2me SSrie, v. 480. 

The viviparous winged female. This, before the end of March, 
is nearly elliptical, plump, bristly, very dark green, or almost black 
above, but paler beneath: six rows of tubercles along the back: 
mouth reaching a little beyond the hind legs : feelers less than half 
the length of the body : legs rather short and stout. As it increases 
in size it becomes dark green, with the exception of the tubercles. 
Fore-legs not much shorter than the hind-legs : rib slightly inclined 
towards the fore-border at two-thirds of the length, and receding 
from it beneath the brand, where it forms a distinct very long ob- 
tuse angle; this begins very shortly after the middle of the fore bor- 
der, is about one-third of the whole length of the wing, nearly linear, 
except at the tip, where it forms a long acute angle ; first, second, 
and third branch-veins obsolete before their source, especially the 
third vein, whose first fork begins at a little before one-third of its 



LIST OF HOMOPTEKOUS INSECTS. 937 

length, and its second very soon after two-thirds, but this structure 
is variable ; space between the first and second branch-veins at the 
base, one-fourth of that between them at the tips ; tip of the third 
vein a little farther from the tip of the second than it is from the tip 
of the first fork, and than the latter is from the tip of the second 
fork ; third vein near the tip slightly inclined towards the fourth ; 
the latter much curved near the base, slightly so from the middle to 
the tip ; space from its base to the tip of the rib-vein nearly equal to 
that between the latter and its tip. 

V"ar. Space between the angle of the rib-vein longer in one 
wing than in the other ; fourth vein moderately curved from the 
middle to the tip. 

Var. Fourth vein straight from the middle to the tip. 

a, b. Scotland. Presented by E. Doubleday, Esq. 

c—z. England (In Canada Balsam). From Mr. Walker's collec- 
tion. 

4. Aphis comes. 
Aphis comes, Walk. Ann. Nat. Hist. 2nd Serie, i. 258, 4. 
England. 

Group 3. Walk. Ann. Nat. Hist. Ser. 2, i. 259. 
5. Aphis oblonga. 

Aphis oblonga, Von Heyden, JEJnt. Beitr. Mus. Senkenb. ii. Heft. 3. 

Stet. Ent. Zeit. Jahr. v. 12. Kalt. Mon. Pflan. i. 144. Ratz. 

Forst. Ins. iii. 219, 23. Stet. Ent. Zeit. 1844, 9, 81, 133, 410. 

Walk. Ann. Nat. Hist. Ser. 2, i. 259, 5. 
Mecynaphis, Amyot, Ann. Soc.Ent. Fr. 2me Serie, v. 480. 

Distance between the first and second veins at the base less than 
one-fourth of that between them at the tips ; third not farther from 
the second at the tip than at the base, more than twice farther from 
the second at the base than the second is from the first ; first fork very 
little nearer at the tip to the second fork than to the tip of the third 
vein, very little farther from the third vein than the third is from the 
second ; second fork a little farther from the third vein than from the 
first fork ; fourth vein curved near the base, almost straight towards 
the tip, much farther from the second fork than from the tip of the 
rib-vein. 

a. England. (In Canada Balsam). From Mr. Walker's collection. 

3n3 



938 LIST OF HOMOPTEEOUS INSECTS. 

Group 4. Walk. Ann. Nat. Hist. 2me Strie, i. 328. 

6. Aphis Fagi. 

Aphis Fagi, Linn. Syst. Nat. ii. 735,23. Faun. Suec. 994. Bonnet, 

Hist. Nat. i. 2. Rkaum. Ins. iii. pi. 26, f. 1. Geoff. Ins. Par. 

i. 497, 12. Fabr. Mant. Ins. ii. 316, 24. Ent. Syst. iv. 214, 

24. Syst. Rhyn. 297, 24. Gmel. Ed. Syst. Nat. i. 4, 2207, 23. 

-&?r&. £yn. i. 120. Stew. El. Nat. Hist. ii. 110. Turt. Syst. 

Nat. ii. 705. Fonscol. Ann. Soc. Ent. x. 194, 34. Walk. Ann. 

Nat. Hist. Ser. 2, i. 328, 6. 
Kermes Fagi, Enc. Meth. Hist. Nat. Ins. pi. 118, f. 1 — 6. 
Lachuus Fagi, Burnt. Handb. Ent. ii. 92, 2. Kali. Mon. Pflan. i. 

147, 1. Ratz. Forst. Ins. iii. 219, 25. 
Eriosoraa Fagi, Sir Oswald Mosley, Gard. Chron. i. 828. 
Phegiras, Amyot, Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. 2me Serie, v. 480, 530. 

Bib-vein slightly approaching the fore border, then receding 
from it and forming a very obtuse angle beneath the brand, which is 
rather long ; first branch-vein slightly oblique, full four times more 
remote from the second at the tip than it is at the base ; second very 
oblique, a little curved outward ; third hardly more oblique than 
the second, farther from the second at the base than the second is 
from the first, but as near again to it at the tip ; first fork at the tip 
a little nearer to the second than it is to the third vein, which is still 
more remote from the second vein ; space between the forks, be- 
tween the second fork and the fourth vein, and between the fourth 
vein and the tip of the rib-vein, almost equal ; fourth vein rather 
long, slightly curved along its whole length. 

«— g. Scotland. Presented by E. Doubleday, Esq. 

h— m. (In Canada Balsam). From Mr. Walker's collection. 

Group 5. Walk. Ann. Nat. Hist Ser. 2, i. 330. 

7. Aphis antennata. 

Aphis antennata, Kalt. Mon. Pflan. 115, 88. Ratz. Forst. Ins. iii. 
218, 13. Walk. Ann. Nat. Hist. Ser. 2, i. 330, 7. 

Front of the winged insect slightly concave with a little pro- 
jection on each side; of the wingless female slightly convex: first 
and second joints of the feelers stout, not angular: fore-legs but 
little stouter than the hind-legs ; shanks very slightly cuived : brand 



LIST OF HOMOPTEROUS INSECTS. 939 

very long, nearly linear, equal to half the length of the rib-vein, 
begins to widen gradually before the middle of the wing : rib-vein 
broad, approaching the fore border at the commencement of the 
brand, afterwards diverging very slightly : it forms no angle at the 
source of the fourth vein, and its length beyond the base of that 
vein is more than the space between its tip and that of the fourth 
vein, and the latter distance is nearly double the space between its 
tip and that of the fourth vein and the tip of the third vein ; the space 
between the first vein and the second at the tips is almost thrice that 
at the base, and much more than half the space between the tip of 
the first vein and the base of the wing ; the space of the third vein 
between the forks is much shorter than that between the first fork 
and the base, and as long as that between the second fork and the 
tip of the wing ; the space between the tip of the second fork and 
the tip of the third vein is much less than that between the tip of 
the second fork and the tip of the first fork ; the third vein is not 
obsolete till close to its source; fourth vein very slightly curved, 
nearer to the tip of the rib-vein than to the second fork. 

a — c. England. (In Canada Balsam). From Mr. Walker's collec- 
tion. 

Group 6. Walk. Ann. Nat. Hist. Ser. 2, 331. 
8. Aphis Tili^e. 

Aphis Tiliae, Linn. Syst. Nat. ii. 734, 11. Faun. Suec. 984. Rectum. 

Ins. iii. pi. 23, f. 8. Geoff'. Ins. Par. i. 495, 6. Deg. Ins. iii. 

77, 12, pi. 5, f. 1—6. Leenwenh. Lettr. 1 696, 293, 294. Frisch. 

Ins.xi. 1, 3, pi. 17. Fabr. Sp. Ins. ii. 388, 34. Mant. Ins. ii. 

316,39. Ent. Syst.iv. 2X8, 39. Syst. Rhyn. 299, 39. Gmel.Ed. 

Syst. Nat. i. 4, 2204, 1 1. Schrank, Faun. Boic. ii. 1,117, 1223. 

Berk. Syn. i. 119. Stew. El. Nat. Hist. ii. 110. Turt. Syst. 

Nat. ii. 707. Shaw, Gen. Zool. vi. 171, 8, 1223. Latr. Gen. iii. 

173. St. Farg. et Serv. Enc. Meth. x. 247. Burm. Handb. 

EnU ii. 95, 5. Fonscol. Ann. Sac. Ent. Fr. x. 182, 25. Curt. 

Brit. Ent. 577. Sir Oswald Mostei/, Gard. Chron. i. 684. Kalt. 

Mon. Pflan. i. 129, 99. Ratz. Forst. Ins. iii. 219, 22. Walk. 

Ann. Nat. Hist. Ser. 2, i. 331, 8. 
Philyriptus, Amyot, Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. 2me Serie, v. 479, 528. 

Rib-vein very strong ; the space between it and the fore border 
is coloured along the whole length, but is partly colourless towards 
the tip ; it runs parallel to the border of the wing for more than two- 
thirds of its length, then it slightly approaches the border and after- 



940 LIST OF HOMOPTEROUS INSECTS. 

wards recedes, and forms a very obtuse angle ; the distance between 
this angle and the tip of the brand, is less than that between the tip 
of the brand and the tip of the fourth vein ; space between the first 
and second branch veins at the base almost half of that between 
them at the tips ; first vein nearly straight, diverging rather more 
from the second, than the second does from the third ; its tip is 
much nearer to the tip of the second vein than to the base of the 
wing ; second vein curved slightly, first outward, then inward in its 
course, wherein it slightly diverges from the third vein, to whose 
base it is a little nearer than to the base of the first vein ; its tip is 
much nearer to the tip of the third than to the tip of the first vein ; 
the third vein is curved slightly and irregularly inward, so as in 
some degree to conform to the fourth vein ; its base is much nearer 
to the base of the second vein than to that of the fourth vein ; its 
first fork begins at half the length, and its second beyond half the 
length of the first; the tip of its second fork is hardly farther 
from the tip of the fourth vein than from the tip of its first fork, 
and the space between its forks is much less than the space be- 
tween its tip and that of its first fork, and the latter space is rather 
less than the space between its tip and that of the second vein ; 
fourth vein much curved throughout its length ; its tip a little 
nearer to the tip of the brand than to the tip of the second fork, 
and the distance from its base to the tip of the brand is only 
half that to the base of the third vein ; the rib-vein of the 
lower wing is slender, and continues to its tip ; it has two straight 
veins diverging slightly from each other, and consequently rather 
more distant at the tips than at the base; the space between 
them at the base is less than that between the first and the base 
of the wing, and still less than that between the second and the 
tip of the wing. 

Var. Third vein in one wing without a second fork. 

Var. A fork proceeding from the angle, which is formed by the 
second fork of the third vein. 

Var. The part of the third vein between the forks longer than 
either the preceding or the succeeding part. 

Var. The second fork with double its usual length. 

Var. A third fork proceeding from near the base of the first 
fork of the third vein. 

The winged male. The fourth feeler-joint is more than half 
the length of the third ; the fifth is shorter than the fourth ; the 
sixth than the fifth, and the seventh than the sixth. 

a — g. Scotland. Presented by E. Doubleday, Esq. 

h — k. England. (In Canada Balsam). Presented by F. Walker, Esq. 



LIST OF HOMOPTEROUS INSECTS. 941 



Group 7. Walk. Ann. Nat. Hist. Ser. 2, i. 333. 

9. Aphis Betulicola. 

Aphis Betulicola, Kalt. Man. Pflan. i. 44. Ratz. Forst. Ins. iii. 
216, 2. Walk. Ann. Nat. Hist. Ser. 2, i. 333, 9. 

The rib-vein slightly approaches the fore border before it re- 
cedes from it and incloses the brand ; its angle is at three-fourths of 
the length of the brand, and though very obtuse is more decided 
than in many other species ; the fourth vein is much curved through- 
out its length ; its tip only is usually apparent, and is a little nearer 
to the tip of the rib-vein than to the tip of the third vein ; the 
third vein springs from the rib-vein, a very little before the latter 
recedes from the fore border, the space between the first and the 
second forks shorter than the third fork, and much shorter than 
the third vein before the first fork ; it forms two distinct angles 
when it emits the forks ; its distance along the rib- vein from the 
fourth vein, is very nearly twice that from the second ; the tip 
of the second fork is a very little nearer to the tip of the fourth 
vein than to the tip of the first fork ; the tip of the first fork is 
nearer to the tip of the second than to the tip of the third vein, 
and the latter is a little nearer to the tip of the first fork, than 
to the tip of the second vein ; the second vein is nearly straight, 
and diverges slightly from the third, and its distance from the 
latter at the tip is farther by half than at the base; its distance 
at the base from the third vein is a little less than that from the 
first vein at the base, but much less at the tip ; the first vein di- 
verges considerably from the second, and is almost perpendicular 
to the rib-vein ; its distance on the rib-vein from the second vein 
is much less than half its distance from the base of the wing, 
but at the tip it is much more than the above proportion ; the 
distance between these veins at the base is much less than half 
that at their tips: the legs are long and slender, the hind-legs 
rather longer than the rest, their shanks slightly curved : there is 
an appendage on each side of the first joint of the feelers. 

Var. The second part of the third vein is longer than the 
first or the second. 

Var. No second fork in one wing ; in the other wing no 
first vein ; its second vein is forked, but both the branches cease 
before they attain the hind border ; the third vein has no fork, 
and also comes short of the usual length. 



942 LIST OF HOMOPTEROUS INSECTS. 

Var. No first fork in one wing. 

a— -h. England. (In Canada Balsam). From Mr. Walker's collec- 
tion. 



10. Aphis Juglandina. 

Aphis Juglandina, Walk. Ann. Nat. Hist. Ser. 2, i. 335, 10. 

Rib- vein approaching the fore border, then receding from it, 
and forming an obtuse angle, whose outward side is not more 
than half the length of the inward one ; first branch-vein very 
slightly oblique, hardly curved outward, twice farther more re- 
mote from the second at the tip than it is at the base; second 
oblique, slightly undulating ; third very slightly undulating, more 
oblique than the second, nearer to the second at the base than the 
second is to the first, and the space between the latter at the tips is 
almost twice that between the second and third ; first fork at the 
tip as near to the second fork as to the third vein, and nearer than 
the third vein is to the second vein ; space between the forks a little 
less than that between the second fork and the fourth vein, but more 
than that between the fourth vein and the rib-vein ; fourth vein 
rather short, much curved along its whole length. 

England. 

11. Aphis Coryli. 

Aphis Coryli, Gotze, Ent. Beitr'dge, ii. 311. Gmel. Ed. Syst. Nat. 

i. 4, 2210, 69. Kalt. Mon. PJlan. i. 98, 73. Walk. Ann. Nat. 

Hist. &?r.2, i. 336, 11. 
Corylaphis, Amyot, Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. 2me Serie, v. 479. 

First branch-vein nearly perpendicular ; second slightly undu- 
lating, much more oblique ; the distance between them at the base 
about one-third of that between them at the tips ; third vein more 
oblique than the second, their mutual distance at the tips about 
twice that at the base, and nearly equal to the distance between the 
tips of the third and of its first fork ; second fork forming a less 
acute angle than the first, as long as one-third of the third vein ; 
fourth vein much curved along its whole length. 

a — n. England. (In Canada Balsam). From Mr. Walker's collec- 
tion. 



LIST OF HOMOPTEBOUS INSECTS. 943 



12. Aphis annulata. 

Aphis annulatus? Hartig, Germ. Zeit. iii. 369, 10. 
Aphis Quercus, Kalt. Mon. Pflan. i. 98, 74. Ratz. Forst. Ins. iii. 
217, 10. Walk. Ann. Nat. Hist. Ser. 2, i. 337, 12. 

The rib-vein is parallel to the fore border till it slightly inclines 
thereto at a little before the beginning of the brand, where the space 
between them widens ; the angle of the brand is distinct, and the 
space between it and the tip of the rib-vein is near half the length of 
the brand ; the fourth vein is curved towards the base, but its latter 
part is nearly straight ; the space between its tip and that of the rib- 
vein is a little more than that between the latter and its angle ; the 
third vein before the first fork is generally a little longer than the 
space between the forks, but sometimes as long or even shorter ; the 
distance between the tips of the second fork and of the fourth vein is 
more than that between the tips of the two forks, and very much more 
than that between the tips of the fourth and of the rib-vein ; the 
space between the tips of the third vein and of the fork is much more 
than that between the tips of the fork, and a little more than that 
between the tips of the second and third veins ; the third vein 
springs from the rib-vein a little before the latter diverges from 
the fore border ; the second vein diverges from the third vein, and 
their mutual distance at the base is about half that at their tips, 
and much less than the distance between the second and first 
veins. 

a — d. Scotland. Presented by E. Doubleday, Esq. 
e— -j. England. (In Canada Balsam). From Mr. Walker's collec- 
tion. 



13. Aphis Quercea. 

Aphis Quercea, Kalt. Mon. Pflan. i. 136, 104. Ratz. Forst. Ins. 
iii. 218, 21. Walk. Ann. Nat. Hist. Ser. 2, i. 340, 13. 

The rib-vein approaches the fore border very slightly before it 
diverges thence and encloses the brand ; the latter is rather broad in 
proportion to its length, and the distance from the angle whence the 
fourth vein springs to the tip of the rib-vein is about one-third of 
the length of the brand ; the fourth vein is much curved, more 
so than that of A. annulata ; it is nearly straight towards the tip, 
the distance between which and that of the rib- vein is rather less 



944 LIST OF HOMOPTEROUS INSECTS. 

than that of the whole length of the brand, and also rather less than 
the space between its tip and that of the second fork of the third 
vein ; the third vein is invisible at its source, but its direction is to- 
wards the rib-vein at the point where the latter begins to widen ; its 
length before the first fork is longer than its second fork, and still 
more so than the space between the forks ; its distance from the 
second vein at the base is less than half of their mutual distance at 
their tips, and hardly half the distance between the base of the 
second and that of the first vein ; the distance between the tip of 
the forks of the third vein is about equal to the space between the 
tip of the second fork and that of the fourth vein, and less than that 
between its tip and that of the first fork ; the distance between the 
second and the third veins at their tips is very much less than that 
between the tips of the second and first veins ; the distance between 
the first and the second veins at the base less than half the distance 
between them at their tips. 

a — g. England. (In Canada Balsam). From Mr. Walker's collec- 
tion. 



14. Aphis Alni. 

Aphis Alni, Fair. Sp. Ins. ii. 386, 21. Mant. Ins. ii. 316, 26. Ent. 

Syst. iv. 215, 26. Syst. Rhyn. 298, 26. Gmel. Ed. Syst. Nat. 

i. 2206, 54. Beg. Ins. iii. 47, 4, pi. 3, f. 15—17. Berk. Syn. 

i. 121. Stew. El. Nat. Hist. ii. 110. Latr. Gen. iii. 173. 

Kirby $• Spence, Intr. Ent. iii. 76. St. Farg. et Serv. Enc. 

Meth. Hist. Nat. x. 248. Kalt. Mon. Pflan. i. 137, 105. 

Ratz. Forst. Ins. iii. 219, 24. Walk. Ann. Nat. Hist Ser. 2, i. 

341, 14. 
Kermes Alni ? Enc. MSth. Hist. Nat. Ins. pi. 119, f. 2—4. 
Aphis maculata, Von Heyden, Mus. Senk. ii. 297. 
Clethraphis, Amyot, Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. 2me Serie, v. 480. 

The rib-vein is parallel to the fore border till it approaches the 
latter, and again diverges from it ; it encloses no brand, and does 
not form an angle, but is slightly curved outward till it joins the 
fore border ; the widened part is rather short ; there are no traces 
of the fourth vein except at its tip, which is nearer to the tip of the 
third vein than to that of the rib-vein : the third vein springs from 
the rib-vein a little after the beginning of the widened part ; its 
length before the first fork is as long as the space between the forks, 
and a little longer than the second fork ; the distance between the 
tips of the forks is much more than that between the tip of the 



LIST OF HOMOPTEROUS INSECTS. 945 

second fork and that of the fourth vein, but much less than the space 
between the tip of the third vein and that of its first fork ; the second 
vein diverges slightly from the third vein, and is a little nearer to it 
at the base than at the tip, and its base is also a little nearer to the 
third vein than it is to the first ; the distance between the tips of 
the second and third veins is a little less than the space between the tip 
of the third and that of its first fork, and a little more than half the 
space between the first and second veins ; the space between the 
first and second veins at the base is a little more than half of that 
between them at the tips. 

a — r. England. (In Canada Balsam). From Mr. Walker's collec- 
tion. 

16. Aphis Juglandicola. 

Lachnus Juglandicola, Kalt. Mon. Pflan. i. 151, 4. 

Aphis Juglandicola, Walk. Ann. Nat. Hist. Ser. 2, i.343, 15. 

The rib-vein is very slender, and nearly parallel to the fore 
border of the wing, to which its approach and divergence afterwards 
is veiy slight; there is no brand, but the vein forms a distiuct 
though slight angle, and the space which it here encloses is rather 
short and broad ; there is generally no fourth vein ; the length of the 
third vein before the first fork is shorter than the space between the 
forks, but longer than the second fork ; it is rather thick and quite dis- 
tinct at its base ; the distance between the tips of the forks is about half 
that between the tip of the third vein and that of its second fork ; the 
second vein is straight, it diverges from the third, and the distance 
between them at their tips is nearly twice that at the base ; the dis- 
tance between the tip of the second vein and that of the third vein 
is about equal to that between the latter and the tip of its first fork ; 
along the rib-vein the first vein is farther by half from the second 
than the second is from the third, and its distance from the second 
at the tip is farther than that at the base by much more than half. 

In the female there are generally no traces of the fourth vein 
of the wing, but in some instances it is quite distinct; it springs 
from the angle of the rib-vein, and is slightly curved throughout its 
length ; its tip is nearly as far from that of the rib-vein as it is from 
the tip of the third vein. The dark colour of the oviparous female 
seems to be owing to the eggs within it, these are three or four in 
number. In the male there is a coloured space between the rib-vein 
and the fore border ; the brand is darker towards the base, and the 
fourth vein is distinct : it is more active than the males of the other 

PART IV. 3 O 



946 LIST OF HOMOPTEROUS INSECTS. 

species, the chest is much developed, and the abdomen is small. In 
two instances the female has a distinct brand like that of the male. 

Var. Male. — The third vein is joined by a cross- vein to the 
second a little before half the distance from the base of the first 
fork. 

Var. Male. — The second branch-vein is obsolete for the latter 
half of its length, and the lower branch of the first fork of the third 
vein is also forked soon after its source ; these forks diverge much 
from each other, and pass to the lower border of the wing. 

Var. Fern. — The second vein is forked near its base, one fork 
joins the rib-vein, and the other fork joins the base of the third vein. 

Var. Male. — A little cross-vein communicates between the se- 
cond and the third veins near their base. 

Var. Male and Fern. — Third vein before the first fork longer 
than the space between the forks, and much longer than the second 
fork. 

a— u. England. (In Canada Balsam). From Mr. Walker's collec- 
tion. 



16. Aphis Platani. 

Lachnus Platani, Kalt. Mon. Pflan. i. 152, 5. 

Aphis Platani, Walk. Ann. Nat. Hist. Ser. 2, i. 344, 16. 

Rib-vein approaching the fore border, near the brand beneath 
it diverges much, and forms an obtuse angle; brand broad, brown, 
with a colourless spot ; distance between the first and second veins 
more than twice farther at the tips than at the base ; second and 
third veins slightly undulating ; third almost twice farther from the 
second at the tip than at the base, much nearer to the second at the 
base than the second is to the first: first fork a little nearer to the 
second fork than to the third vein, generally as near to the third 
vein as the third is to the second ; no fourth vein. 

This species, with A.Juglandis and the eight preceding species, 
forms a genus or group, which is chiefly characterised by the up- 
rightness of the first vein. 

a—f. Russia. Presented by F. Walker, Esq. 



LIST OF HOMOPTEROUS INSECTS. 947 

Group 8. Walk. Ann. Nat. Hist. Ser. 2, i. 443. 
17. Aphis Juglandis. 

Aphis Juglandis, Frisch. Ins. xi. 12, 10, pi. 16, f. 1,5. Gmel. Ed. 

St/st. Nat. i. 2210, 70. Walk. Ann. Nat. Hist. Ser. 2, i. 443, 

17. 
Lachnus Juglandis, Kalt. Mon. Pflan. i. 150, 3. 
Juglandifex, Amyot, Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. 2me Serie, y. 481. 

The rib-vein is stout, and almost imperceptibly approaches the 
fore border till it diverges and encloses the brand, which is some- 
what darker than the rest of the space between the rib-vein and 
the fore border ; the angle is distinct, and the space thence to the 
tip is almost one-third of the length of the brand ; the fourth vein 
is much curved throughout, and the distance of its tip from that of 
the rib- vein is rather less than that of the latter from the angle ; the 
third vein has its source where the rib- vein diverges from the fore 
border ; the space between its forks exceeds its length before the 
first fork, and is still longer than the second fork ; its distance at the 
base from the fourth is full twice that of the latter from the tip of 
the rib-vein, and it is nearly equally distant between the fourth and 
the second veins ; it is slightly curved near the base ; the distance 
between the first and second veins at their tips exceeds by rather 
more than half that between them at the base; the distance be- 
tween the first and second veins at the base is rather less than 
that between the second and third veins, but at their tips it is much 
more ; the first vein diverges much from the second, and is perpen- 
dicular to the rib-vein. 

a. England. Presented by J. C. Dale, Esq. 
b — i. England. (In Canada Balsam). From Mr. Walker's collec- 
tion. 



Group 9. Walk. Ann. Nat. Hist. Ser. 2, i. 444. 

18. Aphis bifrons. 

Aphis bifrons, Walk. Ann. Nat. Hist. Ser. 2, i. 444, 18. 
England. 

3 o 2 



948 LIST OF HOMOPTEROUS INSECTS. 

Group 10. Walk. Ann. Nat. Hist. Ser. 2, i. 445. 
19. Aphis Populi. 

Aphis Populi, Linn. Syst. Nat. ii. 736, 27. Faun. Suec. 997. 

Swammerd. Hist. Nat. Coll. Acad. v. 531. RSaum. Ins. iii.pl. 

26, f. 7— 11, pi. 27, f. 1—14. Deg. Ins. iii. 94, 15, pi. 7, f. 

1—7. Fabr. Sp. Ins. ii. 386, 22. Mant. Ins. ii. 316, 27. 

Ent. Syst. iv. 216, 27. Syst. Rhyn. 298, 27. Schrank, Faun. 

Boic. ii. 1, 113, 1211. Gmel Ed. Syst. Nat. i. 2207, 27. 

Hausmann, Illig. Mag. i. 443, 6. Stew. El. Nat. Hist. ii. 111. 

Turt. Syst. Nat. ii. 705. Rossi, Faun. Etrusc. 260, 1371. 

Samouelle, Comp. i. 4. Enc. Meth. Hist. 527. Ins. pi. 116, 

f. 1 — 5. Nouv. Diet. Hist. Nat. xxviii. 254. Rusticus, Ent. 

Mag. iii. 337. Kalt. Mon. Pflan. i. 126, 98. Ratz. Forst. Ins. 

iii. 218, 16. Walk. Ann. Nat. Hist. Ser. 2, i. 445, 19. 
Aphis Populeti, Panz. Faun. Ins. Germ, lxxviii. 18. 
Aphis Populi albae? Fonscol. Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. 187, 29. 

Rib-vein hardly approaching the fore border, and then very 
slightly diverging from it ; its angle is very hlunt and hardly per- 
ceptible ; the space thence to the tip is full three-fourths of the whole 
length of the part which forms the angle, and rather more than half 
the length from its tip to the tip of the fourth vein ; first vein very 
oblique to the rib-vein ; the length from its source to the base of 
the wing is less than three-fourths of the length of the base from its 
tip ; second vein more oblique than the first vein, from which its dis- 
tance at the base is almost one-third of that at their tips; its 
distance at the base from the first vein is rather less than one- 
third or than one-fourth of that length from the base of the 
first to the base of the wing ; the distance between the tips of 
the first and second veins is nearly half that between the tip of 
the first and the base of the wing; third vein vanishing at its 
source, almost parallel to the second till near the tip, their mutual 
distance on the hind border a little exceeding that between them on 
the rib- vein, and the latter distance is much more than that between 
the first and second veins, but on the hind border it is much less ; 
space between the two forks of the third vein much longer than 
the basal part or than the second fork, which are about equal in 
length ; space between the tip of third vein and that of its first fork 
more than that between the tips of the second and third veins, and 
still more than that between the tips of the first and second forks; 
space between the tips of the first and second forks a little less 



LIST OF HOMOPTEROUS INSECTS. 949 

than the space between the tip of the second fork and that of 
the fourth vein ; fourth vein rather long, slightly curved for half 
its length, nearly straight from thence to the tip, which is much 
nearer to the tip of the second fork than to the tip of the rib- vein. 

Var. Fern. — Fourth joint of the feelers little more than half 
the length of the third ; fifth a little shorter than the fourth ; 
sixth much shorter than the fifth ; seventh much longer than the 
fifth. Sometimes the second fork of the third vein varies most in 
the wings of one insect. 

Var. Male. — The fourth vein vanishing from the middle to 
the tip. 

Var. Male. — The second fork of the third vein longer than the 
space between the forks, and still more so than the part before 
the first fork. 

a — z. England. (In Canada Balsam). From Mr. Walker's collec- 
tion. 



20. Aphis hirticornis. 

Aphis hirticornis, Walk. Ann. Nat. Hist. Ser. 2, i. 447, 20. 

Kib-vein hardly approaching the fore border, and then very 
slightly diverging from it ; the angle is very blunt, and hardly per- 
ceptible, and its outward side is much shorter than the space be- 
tween the tip of the rib- vein and that of the fourth vein ; first vein 
very oblique to the rib-vein ; second vein more oblique than the 
first, from which its distance at the base is almost or hardly one- 
third of the distance at their tips ; third vein vanishing at its 
source, almost parallel to the second till near the tip, their mu- 
tual distance on the hind border a little exceeding that between 
them along the rib-vein, the latter distance much more than that be- 
tween the first and second veins, but on the hind border it is much 
less ; distance between the two forks much longer than the third 
vein before the first fork or than the second fork ; a nearly equal 
distance between the tips of the third vein and of the first fork, be- 
tween the tips of the second and third veins, and between the tips 
of the first and second forks, which last distance much exceeds that 
between the second fork and the tip of the fourth vein ; fourth vein 
rather long, slightly curved for half its length, nearly straight 
from thence to the tip, which is much nearer to the tip of the 
second fork than to the tip of the rib- vein. 

3o3 



950 LIST OF HOMOPTEROUS INSECTS. 

Var. Length between the forks of the third vein in one wing 
only half of that in the other wing. 

England. 



Group 11. Walk. Ann. Nat. Hist. Ser. 2, i. 448. 
21. Aphis Aceris. 

Aphis Aceris, Linn. Syst. Nat. ii. 736, 31. Faun. Suec. 999. 

Rkaum. Ins. iii. 281—350, pi. 22, f. 6—10. Fair. Syst. Ent. 

735,9. Sp. Ins. ii. 385, 10. Mant. Ins. ii, 315, 11. Ent. 

Syst. iv. 212, 11. Syst. Rhyn. 295, 11. Geoff. Ins. Par. i. 495, 

5. Scopoli, Ent. Cam. 137, 397. Rossi, Faun. Etrusc. 260, 

1372. Schrank, Faun. Boic. ii. 1, 111, 1205. Gmel. Ed. 

Syst. Nat. i. 2208, 31. Enc. Meth. Ins. pi. 116, f. 6. Berk. 

Syn. i. 121. Stew. El. Nat. Hist. ii. Ill ? Turt. Syst. Nat. 

ii. 703. Fonscol. Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. x. 173, 13. Kali. Mon. 

Pflan. i. 125, 97. Ratz. Forst. Ins. iii. 218, 15. Walk. Ann. 

Nat. Hist. Ser. 2, i. 448, 211. 
Acerifex, Amyot, Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. 2me Serie, v. 479. 
Aphis Aceris? (New York), Fitch, The Senate, No. 30, 66. 
Aphis villosus ? Hartig, Germ. Zeit. iii. 369, 8. 

Rib-vein hardly approaching the fore border, and then very 
slightly diverging from it ; the angle is very blunt and hardly per- 
ceptible, and its outward side is rather less than three- fourths 
of the length of the inward side, and as long as the space be- 
tween the tip of the rib-vein and that of the fourth vein ; first 
vein very oblique to the rib-vein ; second vein more oblique thau 
the first vein, from w r hich its distance at the base is almost or 
hardly one-third of the distance at their tips ; third vein vanish- 
ing at its source, almost parallel to the second till near the tip, their 
mutual distance on the hind border a little exceeding that between 
them along the rib-vein, the latter distance much more than that 
between the first and' second veins, but on the hind border it is much 
less ; distance between the two forks much longer than the third vein 
before the first fork and than the second fork ; distance between tip 
of third vein and that of its first fork rather less than that between 
the second and third veins; distance between first and second forks 
as long or longer than that between the second fork and the tip of 
the fourth vein ; fourth vein rather long, slightly curved for half 



LIST OF HGMOPTEROUS INSECTS. 951 

its length, nearly straight from thence to the tip, which is much 
nearer to the tip of the second fork than to the tip of the rib-vein. 

a — e. Scotland. Presented by E. Doubleday, Esq. 
f—ww. England. (In Canada Balsam). From Mr. Walker's col- 
lection. 

22. Aphis Acebicola. 

Aphis Acericola, Walk. Ann. Nat. Hist. Ser. 2, i. 451, 22. 

a. England. Presented by F. Walker, Esq. 

b. Interlacken, Switzerland. Presented by F. Walker, Esq. 

23. Aphis quadkitubercu lata. 

Aphis quadrituberculata, Kalt. Mon. Pflan. i. 134, 102. Ratz. 
For st. Ins. iii. 218,19. 

a — c. England. Presented by F. Walker, Esq. 



Group 12. Walk. Ann. Nat. Hist. Ser. 2, i. 451. 

24. Aphis Populea. 

Aphis Populea, Kalt. Mon. Pflan. i. 116, 90. Walk. Ann. Nat. 

Hist. Ser. 2, 1, 451, 23. 
Lachnus punctatus, Burnt. Handb. Ent. ii. 93, 5. 

a — h. England. (Tn Canada Balsam). From Mr. Walker's collec- 
tion. 

25. Aphis Salicis. 

Aphis Salicis, Linn. Syst. Nat. ii. 736, 26. Faun. Suec. 995. 
Reaum. Ins. iii. 281—350, pi. 22, f. 2. Deg. Ins. iii. 50, 11. 
Fabr. Sp. Ins. ii. 389, 41. Mant. Ins. ii. 317, 46. Ent. Syst. 
iv. 219, 47. Syst. Rhyn. 301, 47. Gmel. Ed. Syst. Nat. i. 
2207, 2210, 26. Rossi, Faun. Etrusc. 264, 1398. Sckrank, 
Faun. Boic. ii. 1, 102,1176. Berk. Syn. i. 120. Stew. El. Nat. 
Hist. ii. 111. Turt. Syst. Nat. ii. 707. Shaw, Gen. Zool. vi. 
170. W. Curtis, Linn. Trans, vi. 75, 94, pi. 5, f. 1, 2. St. 
Farg. et Serv. Enc. Meth. x. 247. Fonscol. Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. 
x, 176, 16. Kalt. Mon. Pflan. i. 131, 100. Ratz. Forst. Ins. iii. 
218, 18. Walk. Ann. Nat. Hist. Ser. 2, i. 452, 24. 



952 LIST OF HOMOPTEROUS INSECTS. 

Cinara Salicis, Sir Oswald Mosley, Gard. Chron. i. 827. 
Salicifex, Amyot, Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. 2me Serie, x. 16. 
Aphis Salicis? Hal. Ent. Mag. ii. 102. Rusticus, Ent. Mag. i. 
218. 

Rib-vein very slightly approaching the fore border, and then 
slightly diverging from it, and forming an extremely obtuse angle ; 
brand rather long ; first branch-vein oblique, two-thirds nearer to 
the second at the base than it is at the tip ; second and third very 
oblique, a little farther from each other at the tips than they are at 
the base ; vein between the forks and second fork nearly equal, and a 
little longer than the third vein before the first fork ; space between 
the forks more than that between the second fork and the third vein, 
and less than that between the first fork and the third vein, which 
is almost equal to the space between the second and third veins ; 
fourth vein much curved near the base, straight from thence to the 
tip, twice as far from the tip of the rib-vein as from the tip of the 
second fork. 

Europe. 



Group 13. Walk. Ann. Nat. Hist. Ser. 2, i. 453. 

26. Aphis Salicivora. 

Aphis Salicivora, Walk. Ann. Nat. Hist. Ser. 2, i. 453, 25. 
Cinara Capreae, Sir Oswald Mosley, Gard. Chron. i. 748. 

The oviparous wingless female is lozenge-shaped, dark green, 
dull, smooth, and rather flat: the head is dull yellow: the hind part 
of the abdomen is pale yellow, and lengthened : the feelers are pale 
yellow, setaceous, black towards the tips, and about half the length 
of the body : the eyes are black and rather prominent : the legs are 
pale yellow : the knees, and the tips of the feet are black. 

Var. The body is elliptical, flat, thin, shining, thinly clothed with 
white hairs, dull white, with a broad, irregular black stripe along 
each side : the feelers are white with brown tips, and less than half 
the length of the body : the legs are white ; the tips of the feet are 
black. 

a—z. England. (In Canada Balsam). From Mr. Walker's collec- 
tion. 



LIST OF HOMOPTEROUS INSECTS. 953 

Group 14. Walk. Ann. Nat. Hist. Ser. 2, ii. 43. 
27. Aphis Glycerle. 

Aphis Glyceric, Kalt. Mon. Pflan. i. 113, 87. Walk. Ann. Nat. 
Hist. Ser. 2, ii. 43, 26. 

Rib-vein hardly approaching the fore border, not receding 
again from it, forming an extremely slight angle ; first branch-vein 
slightly oblique, more than twice farther from the second at the tip 
than it is at the base ; second oblique ; third very oblique, nearer to 
the secoud at the base and at the tip than the second is to the first ; 
tip of the third vein much nearer to the first fork than to the second 
vein, and as far from the first fork as the space between the forks, or 
that between the second fork and the fourth vein ; fourth vein rather 
long, slightly curved near the base, much nearer at the tip to the 
second fork than to the tip of the rib-vein. 

a— q. England. (In Canada Balsam). From Mr. Walker's collec- 
tion. 

28. Aphis littoralis. 

Aphis littoralis, Walk. Ann. Nat. Hist. Ser. 2, ii. 44, 27. 
England. 

29. Aphis hirtellus. 

Atheroides hirtellus, Holiday, Ann. Nat. Hist. 1838, 189. 
Aphis hirtellus, Walk. Ann. Nat. Hist. Ser. 2, ii. 45, 28. 

a. England. Presented by F. Walker, Esq. 

30. Aphis Cyperi. 

Aphis Cyperi, Walk. Ann. Nat. Hist. Ser. 2, ii. 45, 29. 
Ireland. 

Group 15. Walk. Ann. Nat. Hist. Ser. 2, ii. 46. 

31. Aphis Eriophori. 

Aphis Eriophori, Walk. Ann. Nat. Hist. Ser. 2, ii. 46, 30. 

a — d. Ireland. (In Canada Balsam). From Mr. Walker's collection. 



954 LIST OF HOMOPTEROUS INSECTS. 

Group 16. Walk. Ann. Nat. Hist. Ser. 2, ii.46. 

32. Aphis Bufo. 

Aphis bufo, Holiday, MSS. Walk. Ann. Nat Hist. Ser. 2, 46, 31. 
Great Britain. 

Group 17. Walk. Ann. Nat. Hist. Ser. 2, ii. 47. 

33. Aphis serrulatus. 

Atheroides serrulatus, Holiday, Ann. Nat. Hist. 1839, 189. 
Aphis serrulatus, Walk. Ann. Nat. Hist. Ser. 2, ii. 47, 32. 

a — d. Ireland. (In Canada Balsam). Presented by F. Walker, Esq. 

Group 18. Walk. Ann. Nat. Hist. Ser. 2, ii. 95. 

34. Aphis Piceje. 

Aphis Picea?, Panz. Faun. Ins. Germ, lxxviii. 22. Fair. Syst. 
Rhyn. 302, 56. Zett. Faun. Lapp. i. 557, 1. Ins. Lapp. i. 310, 

1. Ann. Nat. Hist. 1848, 95. Walk. Ann. Nat. Hist. Ser. 

2, ii. 95, 33. 

Lachnus grossus, Kalt. Ent. Zeitung, 1846, 175. 

Aphis ? Sch'dffer, Icon. Ins. Ratisb. pi. 222, f. 4, 5. 

Rib-vein very slightly approaching the fore border, hardly 
again receding from it, forming a slightly obtuse angle close to its 
tip; brand near half the length of the wing; first branch-vein 
slightly oblique, very slightly undulating, six times farther from the 
second at the tip than it is at the base ; second very oblique, slightly 
undulating, much nearer to the first than to the third at the base, 
but much farther at the tip ; third straight, as oblique as the second, 
much more distant from it at the tip than at the base ; forks very 
long; first at the tip a little nearer to the third vein, than the third 
is to the second ; and more than twice farther from the third than it 
is from the second fork ; second fork much nearer to the fourth vein 
than to the first ; fourth long, straight. 

a — c. Grimsel, Switzerland. Presented by the Entomological So- 
ciety. 



LIST OF HOMOPTEROUS INSECTS. 955 



35. Aphis Pini. 



Aphis Pini, Linn. Syst. Nat. ii. 736, 25. Faun. Suec. 994. Fair. 

Mant.Ins.n. 317,44. Sp. Ins. ii. 389, 39. Ent. Syst. iv. 

219, 44. Syst. Rhyn. 300, 44. Gmel. Ed. Syst. Nat. i. 2207, 

25. Rossi, Faun. Etrusc. 264, 1396. Stew. EL Nat. Hist. ii. 

110. Turt. Syst. Nat. ii. 707. Panz. Faun. Ins. Germ. xcv. 

17. De la Rue, Ent. Forestiere. Latr. Gen. iii. 173. Kirbyand 

Spence, Intr. Ent. i. 325. St. Farg. et Serv. Enc. MSth. x. 

247. Fonscol. Ann. Soc. Ent. x. 186, 28. Walk. Ann. Nat. 

Hist. Ser. 2, ii. 96, 34. 
Aphis Pini maritimae ? Lion Dufour, Ann. Sci. Nat. iv. 243. 
Aphis nuda Pini, Deg. Ins. iii. 27, pi. 6, f. 9, 1—16. 
Lachnus Pini, Hartig, Germ. Zeit. iii. 368. Kalt. Mon. Pflan. i. 

155, 8. 
Pityaphis, Amyot, Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. 2me Serie, v. 481. 

Distance between the first and second veins at the base not 
more than one-eighth of that at the tips ; third twice farther from 
the second at the tip than at the base, more than tw.ice farther from 
the second at the base than the second is from the first ; first fork at 
the tip much nearer to the second fork than to the third vein, very 
much nearer to the third vein than the third is to the second ; se- 
cond fork a little nearer to the fourth vein than it is to the first 
fork ; fourth vein almost straight, about four times farther from the 
tip of the rib- vein than from the second fork. 

a. Scotland. Presented by E. Doubleday, Esq. 
b—f. England. (In Canada Balsam). From Mr. Walker's collec- 
tion. 

36. Aphis Pinicola. 

Lachnus Pinicola, Kalt. Mon. Pflan. i. 154, 7. 

Aphis Piniphila, Ratz. Forst. Ins. iii. 219, 26, pi. 11, f. 5. 

Aphis Pinicola, Walk. Ann. Nat. Hist. Ser. 2, ii. 98, 35. 

Distance between the first and rib-veins at the base less than one- 
eighth of that between them at the tips ; third much farther from the 
second at the tip than it is at the base, about thrice farther from 
the second at the base than the second is from the first ; first fork 
at the tip very much nearer to the second fork than to the third 
vein, much nearer to the third vein than the third is to the second ; 
second fork a little nearer to the fourth vein than to the first fork ; 



956 LIST OF HOMOPTEKOUS INSECTS. 

fourth vein very slightly curved, nearly four times farther from the 
rib-vein than from the second fork. 

a — h. England. (In Canada Balsam). From Mr. Walker's collec- 
tion. 

37. Aphis Pineti. 

Aphis Pineti, Fabr. Sp. Ins. ii. 389, 40. Mant. Ins. ii. 317, 45. 

Ent. Syst. iv. 219, 45. Syst. Rhyn. 301, 45. Gmel. Ed. Syst. 

Nat. 1, 2207, 55. Turt. Syst. Nat. ii. 707. Latr. Gen. iii. 

173. St. Farg. et Serv. Enc. MM. x. 248. Zett. Faun. 

Lapp. i. 558, 2. Ins. Lapp i. 310, 2. Walk. Ann. Nat. Hist. 

Ser. 2, ii. 99, 36. 
Aphis tomentosa Pini, Beg. Ins. iii. 39, 2, pi. 6, f. 19 — 33. 
Lachnus Pineti, Hartig, Convers. Lexic. Germ. Zeit. iii. 368. 

Kalt. Mon. Pflan. i. 162, 12. 
Pinetifex, Amyot, Ann. Soe. Ent. Fr. 2me Serie, v. 481. 

Distance between the first and second veins at the tips about 
ten times farther than at the base ; third mostly obsolete, much 
farther from the second at the tips than it is at the base ; very much 
farther from the second at the base than the second is from the 
first ; fourth vein almost straight, twice farther from the tip of the 
rib-vein than from the nearest visible part of the third vein. 

a — m. England. (In Canada Balsam). From Mr. Walker's collec- 
tion. 

38. Aphis Abietis. 
Aphis Abietis, Walk. Ann. Nat. Hist. Ser. 2, ii. 100, 37. 

The viviparous wingless female. Elliptical, slightly convex, 
somewhat powdered with white, with cross rows of little black dots 
on the sutures between the segments : feelers pale yellow, slightly 
hairy, hardly more than one-fifth of the length of the body ; tips 
brown : mouth with a black tip : front convex : sides of the fore- 
chest slightly notched. 

The viviparous winged female. Feelers about one-third of 
the length of the body, angle near the tip of the wing-brand 
more obtuse than that of A. Pinicola, but less so than that of A. 
Pini, or of A. Pineti; fourth vein nearly straight; third vein 
obsolete near its source, forked before one-third, and again be- 
fore two-thirds of its length ; angles formed by these forks very 



LIST OF HOMOPTEROUS INSECTS. 957 

acute; tip of the second fork very near the the tip of the fourth 
vein ; first and second veins almost straight, near each other at the 
hase, very far apart at the tips. 

77ie winged male. Darker, much smaller, and more slender 
than the female, and has a broader head : feelers about half the 
length of the body. 

England. 

39. Aphis costata. 

Aphis costata, Zett. Faun. Lapp. i. 559, 3. Ins. Lapp. 311, 4. 

Walk. Ann. Nat. Hist. Ser. 2, ii. 100, 38. 
Aphis Abietis? Kirby and Spence, lntr. Ent. i. 451, iii. 182, 465 ; 

iv. 171. 
Lachnus fasciatus, Burm. Handb. Ent. ii. 93, 4. Kalt. Mon. Pflan. 

i. 160, 9. 
Cinara Symphiti, Curt. Brit. Ent. 577. 
Taeniolachnus, Amyot, Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. 2me Serie, v. 481. 

Rib-vein approaching the fore border, and again receding much 
from it beneath the brand, forming a very obtuse angle; brand 
nearly as long as one-third of the wing ; first branch vein straight, 
rather oblique, about five times farther from the second at the tip 
than it is at the base ; second very oblique ; third obsolete in the 
female, apparent but indistinct in the male, much nearer at its tip 
to the first fork than to the second vein ; second fork long, not half 
so far at the tip from the fourth vein as from the second fork ; fourth 
vein long, slightly curved, straight in the male. 

a—f. England. (In Canada Balsam). From Mr. Walker's collec- 
tion. 

40. Aphis Laeicis. 

Aphis Laricis, Walk. Ann. Nat. Hist. Ser. 2, ii. 102, 39. 

Distance between the first and second veins at the base about 
eight times that between them at the tips ; third almost twice far- 
ther from the second at the tip than it is at the base, twice farther 
from the second at the base than the second is from the first ; first 
fork more than twice farther from the third vein than from the se- 
cond fork, nearer to the third vein than the third is to the second ; 
second fork nearer to the fourth vein than to the first fork ; fourth 

PART IV. 3 P 



958 LIST OF HOMOPTEEOUS INSECTS. 

vein almost straight, more than thrice farther from the tip of the 
rib-vein than from the second fork. 

a—f. England. (In Canada Balsam). From Mr. Walker's collec- 
tion. 



41. Aphis Juniperi. 

Aphis Juniperi, Fabr. Sp. Ins. ii. 388, 35. Mant. Ins. ii. 316, 40. 

Ent. Syst. iv. 218, 40. Syst. Rhyn. 300, 40. Gmel. Ed. Syst. 

Nat. i. 2205, 48. Beg. Ins. iii. 56, 7, pi. 4, f. 7—9. Schrank, 

Faun. Boic. ii. 1, 119, 1230. Stew. El. Nat. Hist. ii. 110. 

Turt. Syst. Nat. ii. 707. Walk. Ann. Nat. Hist. Ser. 2, ii. 

103, 40. 
Lachnus Juniperi, Kalt. Mon. Pflan. i. 153, 6. 
Juniperifex, Amyot, Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. 2me SSrie, v. 481. 

Distance between the first and second veins at the tips about 
four times that between them at the base ; third obsolete till near 
the tips ; second fork a little nearer to the first fork than to the 
fourth vein ; fourth vein almost straight, twice farther from the tip 
of the rib-vein than from the second fork. 

a — o. England. (In Canada Balsam). From Mr. Walker's collec- 
tion. 



42. Aphis submacula. 
Aphis submacula, Walk. Ann. Nat. Hist. Se?\2, ii. 104, 41. 

Distance between the first and second veins at the tips nearly 
eight times that between them at the base ; third as near to the se- 
cond at the tip as it is at the base, more than thrice farther from 
the second at the base than the second is from the first; first fork 
much nearer to the second fork than to the third vein, farther from 
the third vein than the third is from the second ; second fork as near 
to the first fork as to the fourth vein; fourth vein much curved near 
the base, almost straight towards the tip, a little more than twice far- 
ther from the tip of the rib-vein than from the second fork. 

England, Switzerland. 



LIST OF HOMOPTEROUS INSECTS. 959 



43. Aphis saligna. 

Aphis saligna, Sulzer, Ins. pi. 11, f. 6. Gmel. Ed. Syst. Nat. i. 

2209, 62. Walk. Ann. Nat. Hist. Ser. 2, ii. 105, 42! 
Aphis salicina? Zett. Ins. Lapp. i. 311, 6. 
Aphis viminalis, Fonscol. Ann. Soc. Ent. Ft. x. 184, 27. 

Rib-vein very slightly approaching the fore border, hardly 
again receding from it, not forming an angle ; brand near one-third 
of the length of the wing ; first branch-vein oblique, almost straight, 
six times farther from the second at the tip than it is at the base ; 
second very oblique, not half as far at the base from the first as it is 
from the third, but very much farther at the tip ; third almost 
straight, more oblique than the second, and twice farther from it at 
the tip than at the base ; forks very long ; first at the tip as far from 
the second fork as from the third vein, and nearer to them than the 
third vein is to the second ; second fork not half so far from the 
fourth vein as it is from the first fork ; fourth vein long, very slightly 
curved. 

The viviparous wingless female. Brown, with a slight gray 
stripe along the back, and a double row of black spots on each side, 
increasing in breadth from the head till near the tip of the abdo- 
men, with a slight bronze tint, covered beaeath with gray powder : 
feelers black, nearly one-third of the length of the body ; third 
joint yellow : mouth pale yellow, black at the base and towards the 
tip, extending somewhat beyond the hind hips: tubercles black; 
legs stout, long, black; thighs, except their tips, and shanks at 
the base yellow. When young it is duller and paler; the feelers, 
the fore-shanks and the middle-shanks are yellow with black tips. 

Europe. 



44. Aphis Roboris. 

Aphis Roboris, Linn. Syst. Nat. ii. 735, 22. Faun. Suec. 993. 

Fair. Sp. Ins. ii. 388, 37. Mant. Ins. ii. 317, 42, 1. Ent. Syst. 

iv. 218, 42. Syst. Rhyn. 300, 42. Schrank, Faun. Boic. ii. 1, 

112, 1209. Gmel. Ed. Syst. Nat. i. 2207, 22. Turt. Syst. 

Nat. ii. 707. Fonscol. Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. x. 183, 26. Walk. 

Ann. Nat. Hist. Ser. 2, ii. 106, 43. 
Aphis longipes, Leon Dufour, Reck. HSmipt. Mem. de V Institut 

iv. 243, pl.9, f. 116,117. 

3p2 



960 LIST OF HOMOPTEROUS INSECTS. 

Cinara Roboris, Curt. Brit. Ent. xii. 576. Sir Oswald Mosley, 

Gard. Chron. i. 747. 
Lachnus Roboris, Kalt. Mon. Pflan. i. 148, 2. 
Dryaphis, Amyot, Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. 2me SSrie, v. 481. 

Rib- vein slightly approaching the fore border, and again re- 
ceding from it beneath the brand, forming no angle, but slightly 
curved towards its tip ; brand full as long as one-fourth of the wing ; 
first branch-vein slightly undulating, very slightly oblique, six times 
farther from the second at the tip than it is at the base ; second 
very oblique, slightly undulating, more than twice farther from the 
third than from the first at the base, but much nearer at the tip ; 
third almost straight, very oblique, much farther from the second at 
the tip than it is at the base ; first fork at the tip as far from the 
second fork as from the third vein, and much nearer to them than 
the third vein is to the second ; second fork very long, slightly un- 
dulating, nearer at the tip to the fourth vein than to the first fork ; 
fourth vein long, much curved near the base, straight from thence 
to the tip. 

a — c. England. Presented by F. Walker, Esq. 
d — i. England. (In Canada Balsam). From Mr. Walker's collec- 
tion. 



45. Aphis agilis. 

Lachnus agilis, Kalt. Mon. Pflan. i. 161, 11. 

Aphis agilis, Walk. Ann. Nat. Hist. Ser. 2, ii. 108,44. 

Distance between the first and second veins at the tips about 
thrice that between them at the base ; third vein mostly obsolete ; 
fourth vein almost straight, about thrice farther from the tip of the 
rib-vein than from the second fork. 

. England. (In Canada Balsam). From Mr. Walker's collec- 
tion. 



Group — 
46. Aphis • 



Aphis Tiliae, Enc. MM. Hist. Nat. Ins. pi. 117, f. 2, 4. 
France. 



LIST OF HOMOPTEROUS INSECTS. 961 



47. Aphis 



Lachnus Roboris, Hartig, Germ. Zeit. Ent. iii. 368, 6. 
Hartz. 

48. Aphis pruinosus. 

Lachnus pruinosus, Hartig, Germ. Ent. Zeit. iii. 368, 5. 
Prussia. 

49. Aphis- ? 



Lachnus Padi, Hartig, Germ. Zeit. Ent. iii. 368, 4. 
Germany. 

50. Aphis Cary^e. 

Aphis Caryae, Harris, Cat. Ins. Mass. Ins. New Engl. 190. 
United States. 

51. Aphis Salicti. 

Aphis Salicti, Harris, Ins. New Engl. 191. 
United States. 

Group 19. 
52. Aphis Quercus. 

Aphis Quercus, Linn. Syst. Nat. ii. 735, 24. Fabr. Sp. Ins. ii. 

388,38. Mant. Ins. ii. 317, 43. Ent. Syst. iv. 219, 43. Syst. 

Rhyn. 300, 43. Gmel. Ed. Syst. Nat. i. 2207, 24. Reaum. 

Ins. iii. 334, pi. 28, f. 5—14. Geoff. Ins. Par. i. 498, 14. 

Schrank, Faun. Boic. ii. 112, 1238. Rossi, Faun. Etrusc. 

263, 1395. Enc. Meth. Hist. Nat. Ins. pi. 118, f. 1—10. 

Huber, Hist. Nat. Fourm. 195. Bonnet, Hist. Nat. i. 3. Berk. 

Syn. i. 120. Stew. El. Nat. Hist. ii. 111. 
Aphis longirostris, Fabr. Mant. Ins. ii. 314, 1. Ent. Syst. iv. 210, 

1. Syst. Rhyn. 294, 1. Gmel. Syst. Nat. i. 2201, 34. 
Lachnus Quercus, Burm. Handb. Ent. ii. 92, 3. Kalt. Mon. Pfian. 

i. 164, 13. Ratz. Forst. Ins. iii. 220, 27. 
Phylloxera longirostris, Fonscol. Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. x. 197, 2. 
Lachnus, Amyot, Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. 2me Sirie, v. 480. 

2p3 



962 LIST OF HOMOPTEROUS INSECTS. 

The winged female. Wings a little longer than the body, 
slightly brown; veins brown, strongly marked; first short, curved ; 
second forked at about half its length, not quite springing from the 
rib-vein ; fourth curved, diverging from the third. 

a — d. England. (In Canada Balsam). From Mr. Walkers collec- 
tion. 



Group 20. Walk. Ann. Nat. Hist. Ser. 2, ii. 190. 

53. Aphis Ros^:. 

Aphis Rosae, Linn. Syst. Nat. ii. 734, 9. Faun. Suec. 982. Fabr. 

Sp. Ins. ii. 387, 25. Mant. Ins. ii. 316, 30. Ent. Syst. iv. 217, 

30. Syst. Rhyn. 298, 30. Reaum. Ins. iii. pi. 21, f. 1 — 4. 

Beg. Ins. iii. 65, 10, pi. 3, f. 1 — 4. Rossi, Faun. Etrusc.262, 

1386. Gotz. Ent. Beitr. ii. 296, 9. Sulz. Ins. pi. 12, f. 79. 

Lederm. Micr. 53, pi. 25. Gmel. Ed. Syst. Nat. i. 4, 2204, 9. 

Schrank, Faun. Boic. iii. 117, 1222. Harris, Exposit. Engl. 

Ins. 66, pi. 17, f. 1—3. Dr. Richardson, Phil. Trans, lxi. 121. 

Bonnet, Hist. Nat.'i. 48. Berk. Syn. i. 119. Stew. El. Nat. 

Hist. ii. 110. Turt. Syst. Nat. ii. 706. Shaw, Gen. Zool. vi. 

171, pi. 58, f. med. Bingley, Hist. Nat. iii. 186. Wood, 111. 

Linn. Gen. Ins. i. 112, pi. 39. Latr. Gen. iii. 173. Enc. Brit. 

7th Edit. ix. 205. Kirby and Spence, Intr. Ent. ii. 436 — 454. 

Enc. Meth. i. pi. 17, f. 1. St. Farg. et Serv. Enc. Meth. x. 

240, 4. Lamarck, Anim. sans Vert. 2me Edit. iv. 122. Westw. 

Mag. Nat. Hist. vi. 492. Holiday, Ent. Mag. ii. 78. Leon 

Duf. Rech. Hem. Mkm. Inst. iv. 242. Kyber, Germ. Zeit. ii. 2, 

3. Burm. Handb. Ent. ii. 94, 2. Sir Oswald Mosley, Gard. 

Chron. i. 628. Fonscol. Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. x. 168, 8. Kalt. 

Mon. PJlan.i. 3,1. Harris, Ins. New Engl. 190. Blanch. Hist. 

Nat. Ins. 206, 11. Guer. Icon. Reg. Anim. i. pi. 59, f. 15. 

Amyot et Serv. Hist. Nat. Hem. 609, 1 . Walk. Ann. Nat. Hist. 

Ser.2,u. 192,45. 
Aphis Dipsaci, Schrank, Faun. Boic. ii. 104, 1181. 
Aphis, Amyot, Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. 2me Strie, v. 474, i. 516. 

Distance between the first and second veins at the tips almost 
twice that between them at the base ; third farther from the second 
at the tip than at the base, as far from the second at the base as the 
second is from the first ; first fork at the tip a little nearer to the 
second fork than to the third vein, nearer to the third vein than the 



LIST OF HOMOPTEBOUS INSECTS. 963 

third is to the second ; second fork nearer to the fourth vein than to 
the first fork ; fourth vein curved near the base, almost straight 
towards the tip, much farther from the tip of the rib-vein than 
from the second fork. 

a __£. Scotland. Presented by E. Doubleday, Esq. 
j—dd. England. (In Canada Balsam). From Mr. Walker's collec- 
tion. 



54. Aphis Sonchi. 

Aphis Sonchi, Linn. Syst. Nat. ii. 735, 15. Fair. Sp. Ins. ii. 390, 

48. Mont. Ins. ii. 317, 53. Ent. Syst. iv. 220, 53. Syst. 

Rkyn. 302, 53. Geoff. Ins. Par. i. 497, 13. RSaum. Ins. in. 

333, pi. 22, f. 3— 5. Gmel. Ed. Syst. Nat. i. 4,2205,15. Schrank, 

Faun. Bote. ii. 1, 120, 1232. Rossi, Faun. Etrusc. 265, 1402. 

Nouv. Diet, d Hist. Nat. xxviii. 254. Kalt. Mon. Pflan. i. 28, 

17. Berk. Syn. i. 120. Stew. El. Nat. Hist. ii. 1 10. Turt. Syst. 

Nat. ii. 708. Sir Oswald Mosley, Gard. Chron. i.628. Walk. 

Ann. Nat. Hist. Ser. 2, ii. 197, 46. Zool. vi. 2246, 2248. 
Sonchifex, Amyot, Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. 2me Serie, v. 475, 519. 
Aphis Serratulae, Linn. Faun. Suec. 987. Schrank, Faun. Boic. ii. 

1, 122, 1238. Kalt. Mon. Pflan. i. 26, 15. 
Serratulifex, Amyot, Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. 2me Serie, v. 475. 
Aphis Jacese, Linn. Faun. Suec. 991. Gmel. Ed. Syst. Nat. i. 4,2206, 

20. Scopoli, Ent. Cam. 148, 403. Schrank, Faun. Boic. ii. 

1, 124, 1244. Berk. Syn. i. 120. Stew. El. Nat. Hist. ii. 110. 

Turt. Syst. Nat. ii. 708. Kalt. Mon. Pflan. i. 26, 15. 
Jaceifex, Amyot, Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. 2me Strie, v. 475. 
Aphis Picridis, Fabr. Syst. Ent. 737, 22. Sp. Ins. ii. 387, 27. 

Mant. Ins. ii. 316, 32. Ent. Syst. iv. 217, 32. Syst. Rhyn. 

299, 32. Gmel. Ed. Syst. Nat. i. 4, 2204, 43. Schrank, Faun. 

Boic. ii. 121, 1235. Kalt. Mon. Pflan. i. 27, 16. 
Picridifex, Amyot, Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. 2me Serie, v. 475. 
Aphis Cirsii, Linn. Faun. Suec. 987. It. W. Goth. 307. Gmel. Ed. 

Syst. Nat. i. 4, 2205, 16. Scop. Ent. Cam. 138, 402. Stew. 

El. Nat. Hist. ii. 110. 
Aphis Cnici, Schrank, Faun. Boic. ii. 122, 1239. 
Aphis Solidaginis, Fabr. Sp. Ins. ii. 384, 4. Mant. Ins. ii. 315, 5. 

Ent. Syst. iv. 211,5. Syst. Rhyn. 295, 5. Gmel. Ed. Syst. 

Nat. i. 4, 2202, 38. Hausmann, III. May. i. 442, 5. Kalt. 

Mon. Pflan. i. 32, 20. 
Solidaginifex, Amyot, Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. 2me Serie, v. 475. 



964 LIST OF HOMOPTEROUS INSECTS. 

Aphis Cardui ? Kyber, Germ. Zeit. ii. 2. Kirby and Spence, Intr. 

Ent. ii. 436. FonscoL Ann. Soc. EnU Fr. x. 170, 11. Sir 

Oswald Mosley, Gard. Chron. i. 628. 
Aphis Campanula, Kali. Mon. Pfian. i. 26, 14. 
Aphis Taraxaci, Kalt. Mon. Pfian. i. 30, 18. 
Cinara Jaceae ? Sir Oswald Mosley, Gard. Chron. i. 747. 

Distance between the first and second veins at the base not half 
that between them at the tips ; third farther from the second at the 
tip than it is at the base, as far from the second at the base as the 
second is from the first ; first fork at the tip much nearer to the se- 
cond fork than to the third vein, a little nearer to the third than the 
third is to the second ; second fork as near to the fourth vein as 
to the first fork ; fourth vein much curved near the base, straight 
from thence to the tip, twice farther from the tip of the rib-vein 
than from the second fork. 

Var. Fourth feeler-joint much shorter than the third ; fifth much 
shorter than the fourth ; sixth rather more than one-third of the 
fifth ; seventh longer than the fifth. 

a — d. England. Presented by F. Walker, Esq. 

e — h. England. 

% — p. England. (In Canada Balsam). From Mr. Walker's collec- 



tion. 



55. Aphis Millefolii. 



Aphis Millefolii, Fair. Sp. Ins. ii. 386, 16. Mant. Ins. ii. 316, 20. 
Ent. Syst. iv. 214, 17. Syst. Rhyn. 296, 17. Deg. Ins. iii. 60, 
9, pi. 4, f. 1—5. Gmel. Ed. Syst. Nat. i. 4, 2206, 50. Schrank, 
Faun. Boic. ii. 123, 1243. Gotze, Ent.Beitr. 317, 29. Stew. 
El. Nat. Hist. ii. 110. Shaw, Gen. Zool. vi. 170, pi. 58, f. sup. 
dext. Latr. Gen. Crust, iii. 173. St. Farg. et Serv. Enc. 
Meth.x.246. Kalt. Mon. Pfian. i. 10,2. Sin Oswald Mos- 
ley, Gard. Chron. i. 684. 

Achillaphis, Amyot, Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. 2me Serie, v. 474, 2, 517. 

Aphis Achillerae? Fair. Sp. Ins. ii. 385, 14. Mant. Ins. ii. 315, 16. 
Ent. Syst. iv. 213, 15. Syst. Rhyn. 296, 15. Gmel. Ed. Syst. 
Nat. i. 2205, 49. Kalt. Mon. Pfian. i. 141, 110. 

Aphis Althaea? Harris, Exposit. Engl. Ins. 66, pi. 17, f. 7 — 9. 

Distance between the first and second veins at the tips more 
than thatbetween them at the base ; third very little farther from the 
second at the tip than at the base, hardly farther from the second at 
the base than the second is from the first ; first fork much farther at 



LIST OF HOMOPTEROUS INSECTS. 965 

the tip from the second fork than it is from the third vein, nearer to 
the third vein than the third is to the second ; second fork much 
nearer to the fourth vein than to the first fork ; fourth vein much 
curved near the base, very slightly curved from thence to the tip. 

Var. Fourth joint of the feelers much shorter than the third ; 
fifth shorter than the fourth ; sixth less than half the length of the 
fifth ; seventh longer than the fifth. 

a — h. England. Presented by F. Walker, Esq. 

i — /. England. (In Canada Balsam). Presented by F. Walker, 



Esq. 



56. Aphis Absinthii. 



Aphis Absinthii, Linn. Syst. Nat.u. 735, 19. Faun. Suec. 991. 

Fabr. Mant. Ins. ii. 315, 19. Ent. Syst. iv. 214, 20. Syst. 

Rhyn. 297, 20. Gmel. Ed. Syst. Nat. i. 5, 2206, 19. Bonnet, 

Hist. Nat. i. 7. Scop. Ent. Cam. 1 37, 401. Mull. Zool. Dan. 

Prod. 1270. Schrank, Faun. Boic. ii. 123, 1240. Berk. Syn. 

i. 120. Stew. El. Nat. Hist. ii. 110. Turt. Syst. Nat. ii. 705. 

Burm. Handb. Ent. ii. 95, 4. Kalt. Mon. Pjian. i. 31, 19. 

Walk. Ann. Nat. Hist. Ser. 2,ii. 202, 48. 
Aphis Tanaceti, Linn. Syst. Nat. ii. 735, 18. Faun. Suec. 989. 

Gmel. Ed. Syst. Nat. i. 4, 2205, 18. Fabr. Sp. Ins. ii. 387, 

31. Mant. Ins. ii. 316, 36. Ent. Syst. iv. 217, 36. Syst. Rhyn. 

299, 36. Geoff. Ins. Par. i. 496, 8. Schrank, Faun. Boic. ii. 

123, 1241. Berk. Syn. i. 120. Stew. El. Nat. Hist. ii. 110. 

Turt. Syst. Nat. ii. 706. Burm. Handb. Ent. ii. 14, 3. Kalt. 

Mon. Pflan.i. 47, 33. Sir Oswald Mosley, Gard Chron. i. 684. 
Aphis Balsamitae, Mull. Zool. Dan. Prod. 109, 1252. Gmel. Ed. 

Syst. Nat. i. 5, 2210, 71. 
Aphis Artemisia?, Fonscol. Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. x. 162, 1. 
Absinthifex, Amyot, Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. 2me Serie, v. 475. 
Tanacetifex, Amyot,Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. 2me Serie, v. 476, 521. 

Distance between the first and second veins more than 
twice farther at the tips than at the base ; much nearer to the 
second at the base than at the tip, a little farther from the second at 
the base than the second from the first ; first fork farther at the tip 
from the second fork than it is from the third vein, nearer to the 
third vein than the third vein is to the second ; second fork a 
little nearer to the fourth vein than to the first fork ; fourth vein 
much curved near the base, slightly curved from thence to the tip, 



966 LIST OP HOMOPTEROUS INSECTS. 

very much nearer to the second fork than to the tip of the rib- 
vein. 

Var. First fork nearer at the tip to the second fork than to 
the third vein ; second fork as near to the fourth vein as to the first 
fork. 

a. Scotland. Presented by E. Doubleday, Esq. 
b — v. England. (In Canada Balsam). From Mr. Walker's collec- 
tion. 



57. Aphis UlmarijE. 

Aphis Ulmariae, Schrank, Faun. Boic. ii. Ill, 1221. Walk. Ann. 

Nat. Hist. Ser. 2, ii. 421,49. Zool. vii. App. liii. 
Aphis Onobrychis, Fonscol. Ann. Soc. Ent. x. 169, 9. 
Aphis Lathyri, Sir Oswald Mosley, Gard. Chron. i. 684. 
Aphis Pisi, Kalt.Mon. Pflan. i. 23, 11. 
Aphis Pisum, Harris, Exposit. Engl. Ins. 66, pi. 17, f. 10 — 12. 

Distance between the first and second veins at the base less 
than half that between them at the tips ; third a little farther from 
the second at the tip than at the base, a little farther from the second 
at the base than the second is from the first ; first fork nearer to the 
second fork than to the third vein, a little nearer to the third vein 
than the third is to the second ; second fork as near to the fourth 
vein as to the first fork ; fourth vein much curved near the base, 
straight towards the tip, almost twice farther from the tip of the rib- 
vein than from the second fork. 

Var. Third vein a little nearer to the second at the base than 
the second is to the first. 

Var. The viviparous wingless female. — Grass-green, nearly 
spindle-shaped, rather long and narrow, convex, smooth, slightly 
shining : feelers pale yellow, longer and much longer than the 
body ; tips of the third and fourth, and the whole of the latter 
joints brown, or with the tips of all the joints and the whole of the 
seventh joint brown : mouth pale yellow or pale green, with a black 
or brown tip : nectaries like the mouth in colour, as long as one- 
fourth or as one-fifth of the body : legs pale green or pale yellowish 
green ; knees, feet and tips of shanks brown or black. 

a. Scotland. Presented by E. Doubleday, Esq. 
b — m. England. Presented by F. Walker, Esq. 
n—bb. England. (In Canada Balsam). From Mr. Walker's col- 
lection. 



LIST OF HOMOPTEROUS INSECTS. 967 



58. Aphis Kubi. 

Aphis Kubi, Kalt. Mon. Pflan. i. 24, 12. Reaum. Ins. iii. 319. 
Walk. Ann. Nat. Hist. 2nd Strie, ii. 423, 50. Zool. vii. App. 
liv. 

Var. Third vein wanting after the emission of its first fork. 
Second fork and tip of the first wanting. 

Distance between the first and second veins much more than twice 
farther at the tip than at the base ; third much farther from the 
second at the tip than at the base, a little farther from the second at 
the base than the second is from the first ; first fork very much 
farther at the tip from the second fork than from the third vein, much 
nearer to the third vein than the latter is to the second vein ; fourth 
vein nearly straight towards the tip, much curved, much farther from 
the tip of the rib-vein than from the second fork. 

a—f. England. Presented by F. Walker, Esq. 
g—w. England. (In Canada Balsam). From Mr. Walker's collec- 
tion. 

59. Aphis Urtkle. 

Aphis Urticae, Fabr. Ent. Syst. iv. 217, 35. Syst. Rhyn. 299, 35. 

Schrank, Faun. Boic. 106, 1186. Scop. Ent. Cam. 139, 15. 

Kalt. Mon. Pflan. i. 13, 4. Walk. Ann. Nat. Hist. Ser. 2, ii. 

427, 51. Zool. vii. App. liv. 
Aphis Urticata? Fabr. Sp. Ins. ii. 387,30. Mant. Ins. ii. 316, 35. 

Gmel. Ed. Syst. Nat. i. 4, 2204, 46. 
Urticifex, Amyot, Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. 2me Serie, v. 475. 

Var. Third vein wanting after the emission of its first fork. 

Distance between the first and second veins twice farther at the 
tips than at the base; third much farther from the second at the tip 
than it is at the base, a little nearer to the second at the base 
than the second is to the first; first fork farther at the tip from 
the second fork than from the third vein, very much nearer to 
the third vein than the third is to the second ; fourth vein curved, 
straight towards the tip, much farther from the tip of the rib-vein 
than from the second fork. 

Var. Third vein nearly twice farther from the second at the tip 
than it is at the base, a little farther from the second at the base 



968 LIST OF HOMOPTEROUS INSECTS. 

than the second is from the first ; first fork not one-third so far 
from the third vein as the third is from the second. 

a—/. Scotland. Presented by E. Doubleday, Esq. 
g — t. England. (In Canada Balsam). From Mr. Walker's collec- 
tion. 



60. Aphis Vince. 

Aphis Vincae, Walk. Ann. Nat. Hist. Ser. 2, ii. 429, 52. 
a, b. England. Presented by F. Walker, Esq. 

61. Aphis Malv.e. 

Aphis Malvse, Sir Oswald Moslem Gard. Chron. i. 684. Walk. Ann. 

Nat. Hist. Ser. 2, ii. 429, 53. Zool. vii. App. xlvii. 
Aphis Pelargonii, Kalt. Mon. Pflan. i. 21, 10. 
Aphis Bellidis? Sir Oswald Mosley, Gard. Chron. i. 684. 
Aphis hibemaculorum ? Fonscol. Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. x. 181, 23. 

Distance between the first and second veins more than twice 
farther at the tips than at the base ; third hardly farther from the 
second at the tip than at the base, as far from the second at the base 
as the second is from the first ; first fork at the tip nearer to the se- 
cond fork than to the third vein, a little farther from the third vein 
than the third is from the second ; second fork a little farther from 
the first than from the fourth vein; fourth vein curved, much farther 
from the tip of the rib-vein than from the second fork. 

Var. First fork a little nearer to the third vein than the third 
is to the second. 

Var. 1 ? The viviparous wingless female. — Oval, convex, pale 
greenish yellow, smooth, shining ; feelers pale yellow, darker to- 
wards the tips, much longer than the body : mouth and nectaries 
pale yellow, with black tips, the latter as long as one-third of the 
body : legs very pale yellow ; feet black. From Myosotis. 

Var. 2 ? Green, smooth, shining : feelers black towards the 
tips : nectaries a little more than one-fourth of the length of the 
body : thighs pale green ; knees brown ; tips of the shanks black. 
From Tussilago Farfara. 

Var. 3 ? Feelers brown, pale at the base, a little longer than 
the body : mouth and nectaries yellow, with brown tips, the latter 



LIST OF HOMOPTEEOUS INSECTS- 969 

are between one-fourth and one-fifth of the length of the body ; 
legs pale yellow ; feet and tips of shanks brown. The young ones 
when just born are light. 

Var. 4 ? Pale yellow, rather broad and flat, with a row of black 
dots along each side, and a large lively green spot at the base of 
each nectary : feelers pale yellow, much longer than the body ; 
tips of the joints black : mouth and nectaries pale yellow, with black 
tips, the latter as long as one-fourth of the body : legs pale yellow ; 
knees, feet, and tips of the shanks black. 

Var. 5 ? Like the last, grass-green, tinged with yellow : head 
and fore-chest yellow. From Digitalis. 

Var. 6? Dull pale or grass-green : hind part of the abdomen 
deep green on each side : feelers yellowish green, longer than the 
body; tips of the second and of the third joints and the whole of 
the following joints brown : mouth and nectaries yellowish green 
with brown tips, the latter nearly one-fifth of the length of the 
body: legs yellowish green ; knees, feet, and tips of shanks brown. 
From Tussilago Farfara. 

Var. 7 ? Head and fore-chest yellow : feelers pale yellow, much 
longer than the body ; tips of the joints black : mouth pale yellow, 
with a black tip : tube at the tip of the abdomen and nectaries yel- 
low, the latter rather more than one-fourth of the length of the 
body. From Rumex crispus and other species. 

Var. 8 ? Like the last: feelers very much longer than the body, 
nectaries with black tips, as long as one-third of the body : legs 
pale yellow ; feet and tips of the shanks black. 

Var. 9? Body pale green: feelers dark brown, yellowish green 
at the base, fully as long as the body: mouth and nectaries pale 
green with brown tips, the latter about one-fifth of the length of the 
body : legs pale yellow ; feet and tips of thighs and of shanks dark 
brown. 

Var. 10? Feelers and mouth very pale green ; tip of the latter 
and tips of the joints of the former black : nectaries pale green, 
with black tips: legs very pale green; feet and tips of shanks 
black. 

Var. 11 ? Pale yellow, with a row of impressions on each side, 
sometimes with a pale green tinge on the hind part : feelers pale 
yellow, a little longer than the body ; tips of the joints brown : 

PART IV. 3 Q 



970 LIST OF HOMOPTEROUS INSECTS. 

mouth and nectaries pale yellow with hrown tips, the latter about 
one-fifth of the length of the body : legs pale yellow ; knees some- 
times brown ; feet and tips of shanks brown. 

Var. 12 ? Pale red, varied with yellow, while a pupa : head 
pale yellow : feelers black, pale yellow towards the base, longer 
than the body: mouth pale yellow, with a black tip. Winged 
insect buff: head and the lobes of the chest and of the breast 
brown : abdomen green, with a row of brown spots on each side : 
feelers black, longer than the body: mouth pale yellow, with a 
black tip : nectaries black, as long as one-fourth of the body : legs 
pale yellow ; feet and tips of thighs and of shanks black : wing- 
ribs and rib-veins pale yellow : brands and veins brown. 

Var. 13? Green: head, disk of chest, and feelers brown: 
disk of breast black : abdomen with black bands. 

Var. 14 ? Pale green : head and disks of chest and of breast 
pale brown : feelers black: nectaries pale green, about one-fifth of 
the length of the body : legs pale green ; feet and tips of shanks 
black. 

Var. 15? Black: feelers a little longer than the body: abdo- 
men rather dark green : nectaries dull green, nearly one-sixth of 
the length of the body : legs yellow ; feet and tips of thighs and 
of shanks black: wings very much longer than the body; wing- 
ribs and rib-veins yellow ; brands and branch-veins pale brown. 

Var. 16? Mouth and nectaries pale green, with darker tips, the 
latter as long as one-fourth of the body: legs pale green; feet and 
tips of thighs and of shanks brown : wing-ribs and rib-veins pale 
green ; the other veins brown. On the cowslip, in the beginning of 
May. 

Var. 17? Head and disk of chest dull reddish buff: feelers 
brown, dull green at the base : mouth pale green, with a brown tip : 
nectaries yellow, with brown tips, from one-third to one-fifth of the 
length of the body : feet and tips of shanks brown : wing-ribs, 
rib-veins, and brands pale yellow ; the other veins pale brown. 
The pupa has pale yellow or pale yellowish green rudimentary 
wings. 

Variation in the wing-veins. — Second fork of third vein wanting. 

a — m. England. (In Canada Balsam). From Mr. Walker's col- 
lection. 



list of homopterous insects. 971 

62. Aphis pallida. 
Aphis pallida, Walk. Ann. Nat. Hist. Ser. 2, ii. 430, 54. 

Distance between the first and second veins at the tips about 
thrice that between them at the base ; third hardly farther from the 
second at the tip than at the base, farther from the second at the 
base than the second is from the first; first fork as near to the 
second fork as to the third vein, nearer to the third vein than the 
third is to the second ; second fork much nearer to the fourth vein 
than to the first fork ; fourth vein curved, almost straight towards 
the tip, nearly twice farther from the tip of the rib-vein than from 
the second fork. 

a— g. England. (In Canada Balsam). From Mr. Walker's col- 
lection. 

63. Aphis FRAGAEiiE. 
Aphis Fragariae, Walk. Ann. Nat. Hist. Ser. 2, ii. 431,55. 

Var.? The viviparous winged female. Pupa elliptic, yellowish 
grass-green, with a lively green stripe down the middle of the 
body : feelers pale yellow, longer than the body ; tips of the joints 
black : mouth pale yellow with a black tip : nectaries very pale 
yellow, pale green at the base, black at the tips, and nearly one- 
third of the length of the body : legs long, very pale green or almost 
white ; knees, feet, and tips of shanks black. When winged it is 
black : the fore and the hind border of the fore-chest and the fore- 
breast dull greenish yellow, as is also the abdomen : feelers longer 
than the body : mouth dull yellow, with a black tip : nectaries 
black, and full one-fourth of the length of the body: legs yellow ; 
feet and tips of thighs and of shanks black : wings very much 
longer than the body ; wing-ribs yellow ; wing-brand and veins 
brown. 

England. 

64. Aphis dirhoda. 

Aphis dirhoda, Walk. Ann. Nat. Hist. Ser. 2, iii. 43, 56. Hardy, 
North British Agriculturist, ii. 707. 

Distance between the first and second veins at the base much 
less than half that between them at the tips; third very little 

3 Q 2 



972 LIST OF HOMOPTEROUS INSECTS. 

farther from the second at the tip than at the base, as far from the 
second at the base as the second is from the first ; first fork a little 
nearer to the second fork at the tip than it is to the third vein, and 
a little nearer to the third vein than the third is to the second ; 
second fork as near to the fourth vein as to the first fork ; fourth vein 
much curved near the base, straight towards the tip, farther from 
the tip of the rib-vein than from the second fork. 

Var. Second fork nearer to the fourth vein than to the first 
fork ; fourth vein nearer to the tip of the rib-vein than to the 
second fork. 

Var. Second fork wanting. 

a— r. England. (In Canada Balsam). From Mr. Walker's collec- 
tion. 



65. Aphis Avenge. 

Aphis Avenae, Fabr. Sp. Ins. ii. 386, 17. Syst. Ent. 736, 15. Mant. 
Ins. ii. 316, 22. Ent. Syst. iv. 214, 22. Sijst. Rhijn. 297, 21. 
Schrank, Faun. Boic. ii. 1, 104. Gmel. Ed. Syst. Nat. i. 4, 
2206,52. Villers, Ins. 551, 50. Stew. EL Nat. Hist, ii 110. 
Turt. Syst. Nat. ii. 705. Macquart, Ann. Sci. Nat. 1831, 
468. Kalt. Mon. Pfian. i. 108, 6. Walk. Ann. Nat. Hist, 
Ser. 2, iii. 45, 57. Hardy \ North British Agriculturist, ii. 596. 

Aphis granaria, Kirby, Linn. Trans, iv. 23S. Curtis, Journ. Roy. 
Agrie. Soc. vi. 

Aphis Hordei, Kyber, Germ. Mag. Zeit. ii. 

Aphis cerealis, Kalt. Mon. PJlan. i. 16, 6. 

Bromaphis, Amyot, Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. 2me Serie, v. 479. 

Distance between the first and second veins at the base less than 
half that between them at the tips ; third farther from the second at 
the tip than it is at the base, as near to the second at the base as the 
second is to the first; first fork nearer to the second fork than to the 
third vein, nearer to the third vein than the third vein is to the second ; 
second fork a little nearer to the fourth vein than to the first fork ; 
fourth vein much curved near the base, almost straight towards the 
tip, very much nearer to the second fork than to the tip of the rib- 
vein. 

Var. Seventh joint of the feelers a little shorter than the third. 

a — o. England. (In Canada Balsam). From Mr. Walker's collec- 
tion. 



LIST OF HOMOPTEROUS INSECTS. 973 



66. Aphis Hiekacii. 

Aphis Hieracii, Schrank, Faun. Boic. ii. 121, 1*233. Kalt. Mon. 
Pfian. i. 17, 7. Walk. Ann. Nat. Hist. Ser. 2, iii. 47, 58. 

Distance between the first and second veins at the base much 
more than twice that between them at the tips ; third farther from the 
second at the tip than it is at the base, much farther from the second 
at the base than the second is from the first; first fork as far from 
the second as from the third vein, much nearer to the third vein tnan 
the third is to the second ; second fork as far from the first fork as 
from the fourth vein ; fourth vein curved near the base, straight to- 
wards the tip, much farther from the tip of the rib- vein than from 
the second fork. 

Var. Grayish green, blackish on the back, rather small, oval, 
convex, shining, and semipellucid : feelers black, much longer than 
the body: mouth pale yellow, with a black tip : nectaries dull green, 
with black tips, as long as one-fifth of the body: legs pale yellow ; 
hind shanks dull yellow; feet and tips of thighs and of shanks 
black. 

a— y. England. (In Canada Balsam). From Mr. Walker's collec- 
tion. 



67. Aphis Asteris. 

Aphis Asteris, Walk. Ann. Nat. Hist. Ser. 2, iii. 48, 59. 

a— d. England. (In Canada Balsam). Presented by F.Walker, 
Esq. 

68. Aphis Lactihle. 

Aphis Laetucae, Linn. Syst. Nat. ii. 335, 14. Reaum. Ins. iii. pi. 

22, f.3— 5. Bonnet, Hist. Nat. i. 6. Fabr. Sp. Lis. ii. 390, 

47. Mant. Ins. ii. 317, 52. Ent. Syst. iv. 220, 52. Syst. Rhyn. 

301, 52. Gmel. Ed. Suit. Nat. i. 2205, 14. Rossi, Faun. 

Etrusc. 264, 1401. Schrank, Faun. Boic. ii. 1, 120, 1233. 

Stew. El. Nat. Hist. ii. 110. Turt. Syst. Nat. ii. 708. Enc. 

Meth. Hist. Nat. Ins. pi. 118, f. 11—13. Fonscol. Ann. Soc. 

Ent. x. 170, 10. Kalt. Mon. Pfian. i. 37, 25. Walk. Ann. 

Nat Hist. Ser. 2, iii. 49, 60. Zool. vii. App. liv., lvii. 
Aphis Ribis Nigri, Sir Oswald Mosley, Gard. Chron. i. 684. 

3 q3 



974 LIST OF HOMOPTEROUS INSECTS. 



Distance between the first and second veins at the base much 
less than half that between them at the tips ; third a little farther 
from the second at the tip than it is at the base, as for from the se- 
cond at the base as the second is from the first ; first fork very much 
nearer to the second at the tip than it is to the third vein, and 
nearer to the third vein than the third is to the second ; second fork 
as near to the fourth vein as to the first fork ; fourth vein much 
curved near the base, almost straight from thence to the tip, much 
farther from the tip of the rib-vein than from the second fork. 

Var. Small, very pale green, rather flat, slightly increasing in 
breadth from the head to the tip of the abdomen : headalmost white : 
a large green spot at the base of each nectary : feelers white, much 
longer than the body ; tip of each joint black : mouth almost white, 
with a black tip: nectaries almost white, with black tips, nearly one- 
fourth of the length of the body : legs almost white ; knees brown ; 
feet and tips of shanks black. On Lapsana communis, before the 
middle of October. 

The viviparous winged female. Grass-green : head and chest 
black above and below : fore border and hind border of fore-chest 
green : a row of black spots on each side of the abdomen : feelers 
black, a little longer than the body : mouth pale yellow, with a. black 
tip : nectaries black, as long as one-fourth of the body : legs pale 
yellow, rather long ; feet and tips of thighs and of shanks black : 
wings colourless, much longer than the body ; wing-ribs and rib- 
veins pale yellow; brand pale buff; branch-veins brown, their tips 
slightly clouded. 

Var.? Oval, yellowish green, or greenish yellow, and often varied 
with pale red, head sometimes yellow : feelers pale yellow, darker 
towards their tips, or black, with a pale yellow base, a little longer 
than the body : mouth pale yellow, with a black tip; nectaries 
pale yellow, as long as one-third or one-fourth of the body, with 
black tips : legs yellow or pale yellow ; feet and tips of shanks 
black. 

The viviparous wirufed female. Small and gray: head, middle- 
chest, and middle-breast black : fore-chest pale red, its disk darker : 
feelers black, longer than the body : mouth pale yellow, with a 
black tip: nectaries pale yellow, with black tips, and more than one- 
fourth of the body: legs pale yellow; feet and tips of thighs and of 
shanks black : wings colourless, very much longer than the body ; 
rib-veins pale yellow ; brand pale brown ; branch-veins brown. 
From Cnicus arvensis. 



LIST OF HGMOPTEROUS INSECTS. 975 



Var. ? The viviparous ivingless female. Small, oval, smooth, 
dull black or red, dark green towards the hind part of the abdomen : 
head sometimes pale yellow: feelers pale yellow, black towards the 
tips, and rather shorter than the body : mouth pale yellow ; its tip. 
and the eyes black : nectaries dull pale yellow, with black tips, 
as long as* one-fourth of the body : legs dull pale yellow ; knees, 
feet, and tips of shanks black. On Lapsana communis, before 
the middle of October. 

Variation in the wing-veins. An additional fork at the se- 
cond division of the third vein. 

a— p. England. (In Canada Balsam). From Mr. Walker's collec- 
tion. 



69. Aphis Ribis. 

Aphis Ribis, Linn. Syst. Nat. ii. 733, 1. Faun. Suec. 977. Fabr. 

Syst. Ent. 734,' 5. Sp. Ins. ii. 385. Mant. Ins. ii. 315, 7. 

Ent. Syst. iv. 211, 7. Syst. Rhyn. 295, 7. Mull. Fn. Frid. 

29, 276. Frisch. Lis. ii. 9, pi. 14. Reaum. Ins. iii. 281—350, 

pL 22, f. 7 — 10. Hausm. III. Mag. i. 437, 2. Leeuwenh. Are. 

Fp. 90, 545, 548. Blanch. Ins. 164, pi. 14, f. 52. Gmel. 

Ed. Syst. Nat. i. 2201, 1. Schrank, Faun. Boic. ii. 1, 108, 

1195. Berk.Syn. i. 119. Stew. El. Nat. Hist. ii. 110. Turt. 

Syst. Nat. ii. 703. Kalt. Mon. Pfian. i. 39, 26. Sir Oswald 

Mosley, Gard. Chron. i. 628. Walk. Ann. Nat. Hist. Ser. 2, 

iii. 295, 61. 
Ribifex, Amyot, Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. 2me Serie 9 v. 476, 520. 

Distance between the first and second veins at the base much less 
than half that between them at the tips ; the third farther from the 
second at the tip than at the base, a little farther from the second at 
the base than the second is from the first ; first fork at the tip as 
near to the second fork as to the third vein, much nearer to the third 
vein than the third is to the second ; second fork nearer to the 
fourth vein than to the first fork ; fourth vein curved near the base, 
straight towards the tip, very much nearer to the second fork than 
to the rib-vein. 

a—f. Scotland. Presented by E. Doubleday, Esq. 
g — ee. England. (In Canada Balsam). From Mr. Walker's collec- 
tion. 



976 LIST OF HOMOPTEROUS INSECTS. 



70. Aphis Galeopsidis. 

Aphis Galeopsidis, Kalt. Mon. Pflan. i. 35, 23. Walk. Ann. Nat- 
Hist. Ser. 2, iii. 298, 62. Zool. vi. 2251. 

Distance between the first and second veins at the tips more 
than twice that between them at the base ; third very much farther 
from the second at the tip than it is at the base, a little nearer to the 
second at the base than the second is to the first ; first fork at the 
tip nearer to the second fork than to the third vein, nearer to the 
third vein than the third is to the second ; second fork much farther 
from the fourth vein than from the first fork ; fourth vein curved 
near the base, straight towards the tip, very much nearer to the se- 
cond fork than to the tip of the rib-vein. 

Var. First fork a little nearer to the third vein than to the 
second fork. 

Var. ? The viviparous winged female. Head, disk of the fore- 
chest, of the middle-chest, and of the middle-breast brown : a few 
slight black bands on the disk of the abdomen : feelers black, a little 
longer than the body : mouth yellow, with a black tip : nectaries 
pale yellow, with black tips, as long: as one-sixth of the body : legs 
pale yellow ; knees, feet, and tips of shanks black : wings colourless, 
and much longer than the body ; wing-ribs pale yellow ; rib-veins 
and the wing-bands pale brown; the other veins brown. From Po- 
lygonum Persicaria, in October. 

a — o. England. (In Canada Balsam). From Mr. Walker's collec- 
tion. 



71. Aphis Abietina. 

Aphis Abietina, Walk. Ann. Nat. Hist. Ser. 2, iii. 301, 63. 
Two fovea? on the head. 

Distance between the first and second veins about thrice farther 
at the tips than at the base ; third farther from the second at the tip 
than at the base, much farther from the second at the base than the 
second is from the first ; first fork much nearer to the third vein than 



LIST OF HOMOPTEROUS INSECTS. 977 

to the second fork, not half so far from the third as the third is from 
the second ; second fork much nearer to the fourth vein than to the 
first fork; fourth vein long-, hardly curved, nearer to the second fork 
than to the tip of the rib-vein. 

a—f. England. (In Canada Balsam). From Mr. Walker's collec- 
tion. 



72. Aphis Rosarum. 

Aphis Rosarum, Kalt. Mon. Pflan. i. 101, 76. Walk. Ann. Nat. 
Hist. Ser. 2, iii. 302, 64. 

a — y. England. (In Canada Balsam). From Mr. Walker's col- 
lection. 



73. Aphis Avellanje. 

Aphis Avellanae, Schrank, Faun. Boic. ii. 112, 1207. Kalt. Mon. 

Pflan. i. 143, 116. Walk. Ann. Nat. Hist. Ser. 2, iii. 304, 

65. 
Aphis Coryli, Sir Oswald Mosley, Gard. Chron. i. (1841), 628. 

Distance between the first and second veins at the tips thrice 
that between them at the base ; third farther from the second at the 
tip than at the base, a little farther from the second at the base 
than the second is from the first ; first fork very much nearer to the 
second fork than to the third vein, as near to the third as the third 
is to the second ; second fork as near to the fourth vein as to the 
first fork ; fourth vein curved near the base, straight towards the tip, 
nearer to the second fork than to the tip of the rib-vein. 

a — v. England. (In Canada Balsam). From Mr. Walker's collec- 
tion. 



74. Aphis Urticaria. 

Aphis Urticaria, Kalt. Mon. Pflan. i. 57, 39. Walk. Ann. Nat. 

Hist. Ser. % iv. 41, 66. 
Aphis Urticae, Fonscol. Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. x. 180, 21. 

Distance between the first and second veins at the base much 
less than half that between them at the tips; third much farther 



978 LIST OF HOMOPTEROUS INSECTS. 

from the second at the tip than it is at the base, a little farther 
from the second at the base than the second is from the first; 
first fork nearer to the second fork at the tip than it is to the third 
vein, and much nearer to the third vein than the third is to the se- 
cond ; second fork as near to the fourth vein as to the first fork ; 
fourth vein slightly curved, farther from the tip of the rib-vein than 
from the second fork. 

a — u. England. (In Canada Balsam). From Mr. Walker's collec- 
tion. 

75. Aphis tetraehoda. 

Aphis tetrarhoda, Walk. Ann. Nat. Hist. Ser. 2, iv. 42, 67. 

Distance between the first and second veins at the base more 
than half that between them at the tips ; third vein very much 
farther from the second at the tip than at the base, much nearer 
to the second at the base than the second is to the first ; first 
fork a little nearer to the third vein than to the second fork, 
much nearer to the third vein than the third is to the second ; 
second fork nearer to the fourth vein than to the first fork ; fourth 
vein much curved near the base, straight towards the tip, a little 
farther from the tip of the rib-vein than from the first fork. 

a— I. England. (In Canada Balsam). From Mr. Walker's col- 
lection. 

76. Aphis Cerasi. 

Aphis Cerasi, Fabr. Syst. Ent. 734, 4. Sp. Ins. ii. 384, 5. Mant. 

Ins. 315,6. Ent. Syst. iv. 211, 6. Syst. Rhyn. 295, 6. Gmel. 

Ed. Syst. Nat. i. 2203, 39. Schrank. Faun. Boic. ii. 1 . Mull. 

Zool. Dan. Prod. 110, 1256. Rossi, Faun. Etrusc. 260, 1369. 

Stew. El. Nat. Hist. ii. 1 10. Turt. Syst. Nat. ii. 703. Fonscol. 

Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. x. 179, 12. Luxford, Entomologist, 159, 40. 

Sir Oswald Mosley, Gard. Chron. i. 628. Kalt. Mon. Pflan. i. 

45, 31. Ratz. Forst. Ins. iii. 216, 3. Walk. Ann. Nat. Hist. 

Ser. 2, iv. 43, 68. Fitch, The Senate, No. 30, 65. 
Cerasaphis, Amyot, Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. 2me Serie, v. 477. 

Distance between the first and second veins at the base hardly 
more than one- third of that between them at the tips ; third farther 
from the second at the tip than it is at the base, a little farther from 



LIST OF HOMOPTEROUS INSECTS. 979 

the second at the base than the second is from the first ; first fork 
hardly nearer to the second fork at the tip than it is to the third vein, 
a little nearer to the third vein than the third is to the second ; second 
fork nearer to the fourth vein than to the first fork; fourth vein 
slightly curved, straight towards the tip, farther from the tip of the 
rib-vein than from the second fork. 

a. Scotland. Presented by E. Doubleday, Esq. 
b — r. England. (In Canada Balsam). From Mr. Walkers collec- 
tion. 

77. Aphis triehoda. 

Aphis trirhoda, Walk. Ann. Nat. Hist. Ser. 2, iv. 45, 69. 

Distance between the first and second veins at the tips more 
than twice that between them at the base ; third nearer to the second 
at the base than at the tip, as near to the second at the base as the 
second is to the first ; first fork generally nearer to the second fork 
than to the third vein, as near to the third as the third is to the se- 
cond ; second fork generally as near to the first fork as to the fourth 
vein ; fourth vein farther from the rib-vein than from the second 
fork. 

a—g. England. (In Canada Balsam). From Mr. Walker's coi- 
tion. 



78. Aphis BrassicvE. 

Aphis Brassicse, Linn. Syst. Nat. ii. 734, 12. Faun. Suec. 2205, 

985. Fair. Sp. Ins. ii. 388, 35. Mant. Ins. ii, 316, 40. Ent. 

Syst. iv. 218, 41. Syst. Rhyn. 300, 41. Gmel. Ed. Syst. Nat. 

i. 2205, 12. Schrank, Faun. Boic. ii. 119, 1228. Mull. Fn. 

Frid. 30, 283. Frisch. Ins. xi. 10, pi. 3, f. 15, 81. Harr. 

Exposit. Engl. Ins. 66, pi. 17, f. 4—6. Berk. Syn. i. 120. 

Stew. El. Nat. Hist. ii. 1 10. Turt. Syst. Nat. ii. 207. Swamm. 

Ins. v. 535. Kalt. Mon. Pflan. i. 106, 81. Harris, Ins. New 

Engl. 190. Curt. Journ. Roy. Agric. Soc. iii. 54, pi. C. f. 5, 

6. Walk. Ann. Nat. Hist. Ser. 2, iv. 46, 70. Fitch, The 

Senate, No. 30, 65. 
Aphis Bapharis, Schrank, Faun. Boic. ii. 1, 119, 1229. 
Aphis Isatidis, Fonscol. Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. x. 165, 4. 
Aphis Floris Rapae, Curt. Journ. Roy. Agric. Soc. iii. 55, pi. C. f. 

7,8. 



980 LIST OF HOMOPTEROUS INSECTS. 

Cinara Raphani, Sir Oswald Mosley, Gard. Chron. i. 827. 
Cinara Brassicae, Sir Oswald Mosley, Gard. Chron. i. 827. 
Crambaphis, Amyot, Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. 2me Strie, v. 478. 

Distance between tbe first and second veins at tbe base a little 
more than half that between them at the tips ; third farther from 
the second at the tip than at the base, a little nearer to the second 
at the base than the second is to the first ; first fork a little nearer 
to the second fork than to the third vein, a little nearer to the third 
vein than the third is to the second ; second fork very little nearer 
to the fourth vein than to the first fork ; fourth vein slightly curved, 
very little nearer to the second fork than to the tip of the rib-vein. 

a — h. England. (In Canada Balsam). Presented by F. Walker, 
Esq. 

79. Aphis Capre^e. 

Aphis Capreae, Fabr. Syst. Ent. 217, 33. Sp. Ins. ii. 384, 2. Mant. 

Ins. ii. 315, 3. Ent. Syst. iv. 211, 3. Syst. Rhyn. 294, 3. 

Gmel. Ed. Si/st. Nat. i. 2203, 41. Schrank, Faun. Boic. ii. 

104, 1179. 'Stew. El. Nat. Hist. ii. 110. Turt. Syst. Nat. ii. 

703. Kalt. Mon. Pflan. i. 109, 84. Ratz. For'st. Ins. iii. 

218, 12. Walk. Ann, Nat. Hist. Ser. 2, iv. 195, 71. Zooi 

vii. App. Iv. 
Aphis Pastinacae, Linn. Syst. Nat. ii. 1, 734, 3. Faun. Suec. 977. 

Fabr. Mant. Ins. ii. 315, 13. Ent. Syst. iv. 213, 13. Syst. 

Rhyn. 296, 13. Gmel. Ed. Syst. Nat. i. 4, 2202, 3. Turt. 

Syst. Nat. ii. 703. 
Aphis Angelicas ? Reaum. Ins. iii. 322. 
Aphis Arohangelicae, Scop. Ent. Cam. 137, 400. Gmel. Ed. Syst. 

Nat. i. 4, 2210, 64. 
Aphis ^Egopodii, Scop. Ent. Cam. 399. Fabr. Sp. Ins. ii. 387, 28. 

Mant. Ins. ii. 316, 33. Ent. Syst. iv. 217, 33. Syst. Rhyn. 

299, 33. Gmel. Ed. Syst. Nat. i. 2204, 44. Stew. El. Nat. 

Hist. ii. 110. 
Aphis Podagrariae, Scop. Ent. Cam. 399. Schrank, Faun. Boic. 

ii. 1, 110. 
Cinara Capreas ? Sir Oswald Mosley, Gard. Chron. i. 748 
jEgopodaphis, Amyot, Ann. Soc. Ent Fr. 2me Serie, v. 479. 

Distance between the first and second veins at the tips about 
thrice that between them at the tips ; third as far from the second at 
the tip as it is at the base, much farther from the second at the 
base than the second is from the first ; first fork at the tip as near to 



LIST OF HOMOPTEROUS INSECTS. 981 

the second fork as to the third vein, much nearer to the third vein 
than the third is to the second ; second fork a little nearer to the 
fourth vein than to the first fork ; fourth vein curved near the base, 
almost straight towards the tip, much farther from the tip of the 
rib-vein than from the second fork. 

Var. Second fork wanting towards the tip. 

a. Scotland. Presented by E. Doubleday, Esq. 
b — k. England. (I\n Canada Balsam). From Mr. Walker's col- 
lection. 



80. Aphis Persic^. 

Aphis Persicae, Sulz. Hist. Ins. 105, pi. 11, f. 4, 5. Gmel. Ed. Syst. 

Nat. ii. 2209, 60. Morten, Ann. Sei. Nat. 1836. Fons'col. 

Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. x. 14. Sir Oswald Mosley, Gard. Chron. 

i. (1841), 684. Amyot et Serv. Hist. Nat. Hem. 601. Kalt. 

Mon. Pflan. i. 93, 68. Walk. Ann. Nat. Hist. Ser. 2, v. 72. 
Aphis Persicariae ? Hartig, Germ. Ent. Zeit. iii. 370, 12. 

Distance between the first and second veins nearly thrice far- 
ther at the tips than at the base ; third farther from the second at 
the tip than at the base, farther from the second at the base than 
the second is from the first ; first fork a little farther from the se- 
cond fork than from the third vein, very much nearer to the third 
vein than the third is to the second ; second fork a little farther 
from the first fork than from the fourth vein ; fourth vein curved, 
hardly nearer to the second fork than to the tip of the rib-vein. 

a— t. England. (In Canada Balsam). From Mr. Walker's col- 
lection. 



81. Aphis Kumicis. 

Aphis Rumicis, Linn. Syst. Nat, ii. 734, 5. Faun. Suec. 979. Bon- 
net, Hist. Nat. i. 6. Fabr. Sp. Ins. ii. 385, 11. Mant. Ins. ii. 
315, 12. Syst. Ent. 735, 10. Ent. Syst iv. 213, 12. Syst. 
Rhyn. 296, 12. Schrank, Faun. Boic. ii. 1, 111, 1204. Gmel. 
Ed. Syst. Nat. i. 2203, 5. Berk. Syn. i. 119. Stew. El. Nat. 
Hist.'n. 110. Turt. Syst. Nat. ii. 703. Kalt. Mon. Pflan. i. 
81, 58. Walk. Ann. Nat. Hist. Ser. 2, v. 17, 73. Zool. vi. 
2247, 2249 ; vii. App. xxxiv. xlix. Ii. Iii. 

PART IV. 3 R 



982 LIST OF HOMOPTEROUS INSECTS. 

Aphis Papaveris, Fabr. Gen. Ins. 303. Sp. Ins. ii. 388, 33. Mant. 

Ins. ii. 316,38. Ent. Syst. iv. 218, 38. Syst. Rhyn. 299, 38. 

Gmel. Ed. Syst. Nat. i. 2202, 36. Schrank, Faun. Boic. ii. 1, 

118, 1225. Rossi, Faun. Etrusc. 263, 1392. Turt. Syst. Nat. 

ii. 707. Lkon-Duf. Rbch. sur les Hhnipt. iv. 242, pi. 9, f. 114, 

1 15. Fonscol. Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. x. 162, 2. 
Aphis Fabae, Scop. Ent. Cam. 139, 408. Gmel. Ed. Syst. Nat. i. 

2210, 67. Stew. El. Nat. Hist. ii. 111. Turt. Syst. Nat. ii. 

710. Kirby and Spence, Intr. Ent. i. 175. Bingley, Hist. 

Nat. iii. 189. Curt. Journ. Roy. Agric. Soc. vii. 418, pi. B. t. 

21,22; x. pt. 1, pi. U. f. 1— 4. 
Aphis Atriplicis, Linn. Faun. Suec. 1000. Fabr. Ent. Syst. iv. 217, 

31. Syst. Rhyn. 298, 31. Gmel. Ed. Syst.Nat. i. 4, 2209, 32. 

Berk. Syn. i. 121. Stew. El. Nat. Hist. ii. 111. Turt. Syst. 

Nat. ii. 706. 
Aphis Aparines, Fabr. Syst. Ent. 735, 8. Sp. Ins. 385, 9. Mant. 

Ins. ii. 315, 10. Ent. Syst. iv. 212, 10. Syst. Rhyn. 295, 10. 

Gmel. Ed. Syst. Nat. i*. 2208. 59. Schrank, Faun. Boic. ii. 

105, 1183. Kalt. Mori. Pfian. i. 46, 32. 
Aphis armata, Hausm. Illig. Mag. i. 439, 30. 
Aphis Craccae, Linn. Syst. Nat. ii. 735, 13. Faun. Suec. 986. Beg. 

Ins. iii. 58, 8, pi. 2, f. 14—19. Scop. Ent. Cam. 407, 12. 

Gmel. Ed. Syst. Nat. i. 2205, 13. Schrank, Faun. Boic. iii. 

119,1231. Berk. Syn. 120. Stew. El. Nat. Hist.il 110. Kali. 

Mon. Pflan. i. 86, 62. 
Aphis hortensis, Fabr. Sp. Ins. ii. 387, 26. Mant. Ins. ii. 316, 31. 

Gmel. Ed. Syst. Nat. i. 4, 2204, 42. 
Aphis Chenopodii, Schrank, Faun. Boic. ii. 109, 1196. Kalt. Mon. 

Pflan. i. 107,82. 
Aphis Viciae, Fabr. Sp. Ins. ii. 390, 46. Mant. Ins. ii. 317, 51. Ent. 

Syst. iv. 220, 51. Syst. Rhyn. 301, 51. Turt.Syst. Nat. ii. 708. 
Aphis Thlapseos, Schrank, Faun. Boic. ii. 118, 1227. 
Aphis Galii? Kalt. Mon. Pflan. i. 87, 63. 
Aphis Genistae, Scop. Ent. Cam. 139, 409. Gmel. Ed. Syst. Nat. i. 

2210, 68. Fonscol. Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. x. 103, 3. Kalt. Mon. 

Pflan. 90, 66. 
Aphis Laburni, Kalt. Mon. Pflan. 85, 61. 
Aphis Euphorbia? ? Kalt. Mon. Pflan. 94, 69. 
Rumicifex, Amyot, Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. 2me Serie, v. 478. 
Meconaphis Amyot, Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. 2me Serie, v. 478. 
Craccifex, Amyot, Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. 2me Serie, v. 478. 
Genistifex, Amyot, Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. 2me Serie, v. 478. 
Aphis Acetosae, Linn. Syst. Nat. ii. 734,6. Fabr. Sp. Ins. ii. 389, 

43. Mant. Ins. ii. 317. 48. Ent. Syst. iv. 220, 49. Syst. Rhyn. 

301, 49. Geoff. Ins. Par. ii. 496, 9. RSaum. Lis. iii. 286. 
Gmel. Ed. Syst. Nat. 1, 2203,6. Turt. Syst. Nat. ii. 708. 



LIST OF HOMOPTEROUS INSECTS. 983 

Aphis Galii Scabri ? Schrank, Faun. Boic. ii. 1, 105. 
Cinara Rumicis, Sir Oswald Mosley, Gard. Chron. i. 747. 
Aphis Dahliae, Sir Oswald Mosley, Gard. Chron. i. 628. 

Distance between the first and second veins at the base much 
less than half of that between them at the tips ; third much farther 
from the second at the tip than it is at the base, as far from the se- 
cond at the base as the second is from the first ; first fork as near to 
the second fork as to the third vein, very much nearer to the third 
vein than the third is to the second ; second fork as far from the 
fourth vein as from the first fork ; fourth vein slightly curved, much 
nearer to the second fork than to the tip of the rib-vein. 

Var. Second fork of third vein wanting. 

Var. Deep black, shining : feelers black, a little shorter than 
the body: mouth pale yellow, with a black tip : nectaries black, as 
long as one-sixth of the body : legs pale yellow, moderately long ; 
posterior thighs, fore-knees, feet and tips of shanks black : wings 
colourless, much longer than the body ; alulae and rib-veins pale 
yellow ; brand yellow ; veins brown, From Poa fluitans, beginning 
of July. 

Var. Third vein farther from the second at the base than the 
second is from the first ; first fork nearer to the second fork than to 
the third vein, a little nearer to the third vein than the third is to 
the second ; fourth vein a little nearer to the second fork than to the 
tip of the rib- vein. 

a. Scotland. Presented by E. Doubleday, Esq. 

b — h. England. 

i — p. England. On the dock. (In Canada Balsam). From Mr. 

Walkers collection. 
q— u. England. On the bean. (In Canada Balsam). From Mr. 

Walker's collection. 



82. Aphis Symphiti. 

Aphis Symphiti, Schrank, Faun. Boic. ii. 1, 107. Kalt. Mon. Pflan. 
i. 61, 43. Walk. Ann. Nat. Hist. Ser. 2, v. 25, 74. 

Distance between the first and second veins at the base less than 
half of that between them at the tips ; third a little farther from 
the secoud at the tip than it is at the base, as far from the second 

3r2 



984 LIST OF HOMOPTEBOUS INSECTS. 

at the base as the second is from the first ; first fork not half the 
distance from the second fork that it is from the third vein, hardly 
nearer to the third vein than the third is to the second ; second fork 
a little farther from the fourth vein than from the first fork ; fourth 
vein curved, straight towards the tip, about half as far from the se- 
cond fork as from the tip of the rib- vein. 

Var. Second fork of third vein wanting. 

a — z. England. (In Canada Balsam). From Mr. Walker's collec- 
tion. 



83. Aphis Nymph,e.e. 

Aphis Nymphseae, Linn. Syst. Nat. ii. 714, 10. Faun. Suec. 983. 

Fabr. Mant. Ins. ii. 315, 17. Ent. Syst. iv. 214, 18. Syst. 

Rhyn. 297, 18. Schrank, Faun. Boic. ii. 1, 117. Gmel. Ed. 

Syst. Nat. i. 2204, 10. M'uller, Ins. 1264. Turt. Syst. Nat. 

ii. 703. Fonscol. Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. x. 166, 5. Kalt. Mon. 

Pfian. i. 104, 79. Walk. Ann. Nat. Hist. Ser. 2, v. 26, 75. 
Aphis Butomi, Schrank, Faun. Boic. ii. 114, 1212. 
Nymphaeifex, Amyot, Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. 2me Serie, v. 478. 

Distance between the first and second veins at the base not 
one-third of that between them at the tips ; third much farther from 
the second at the tip than at the base, much farther from the second 
at the base than the second is from the first ; first fork much nearer 
to the second fork than to the third vein, much nearer to the 
third vein than the third is to the second ; second fork as far 
from the fourth vein as from the first fork ; fourth vein slightly 
curved, nearer to the second fork than to the tip of the rib-vein. 

Var. Second fork nearer to the first fork than to the fourth 
vein. 

a—h. England. (In Canada Balsam). From Mr. Walker's collec- 
tion. 



84. Aphis Sambuct. 

Aphis Sambuci, Linn. Syst. Nat. ii. 734, 4. Faun. Suec. 978. 
Bonnet, Hist. Nat. i. Frisch. Ins. ii. 14, pi. 18. Lister, Ins. 
397, 40. Geoff. Ins. Par. i. 495, 3. Reaum. Ins. iii. 281, 



LIST OF HOMOPTEROUS INSECTS. 985 

350, pi. 8, f. 5—15. Fair. Sp. Ins. ii. 384, 3. Mant. Ins. ii. 
315, 4. Ent. Syst. iv. 211, 4. Syst. Rhyn. 294, 4. Gmel. 
Ed. Syst. Nat. i. 2202,4. Berk. Syn. i. 110. Stew. El. Nat. 
Hist. ii. 110. Turt. Syst. Nat. ii. 703. Schrank, Faun. Boic. 
ii. 1, 111, 1202. Enc. MHh. Hist. Nat. Ins. pi. 115, f. 9. 
Kalt. Mon. Pfian. i. 83, 60. Walk. Ann. Nat. Hist. Ser. 2, 
v. 27, 76. 

Cinava Sambuci, Sir Oswald Mosley, Gard. Chron. i. 827. 
Sainbucifex, Amyot, Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. 2me Serie, v. 477, 524. 

Distance between the first and second joints at the tips more 
than twice that between them at the base; third much farther from 
the second at the tip than it is at the base, much farther from the 
second at the base than the second is from the first ; first fork very 
much nearer to the second fork than to the third vein, not nearer to 
the third vein than the third is to the second ; second fork as far 
from the fourth vein as from the first fork ; fourth vein curved, very 
much nearer to the second fork than to the tip of the rib-vein. 

Var. Second fork wanting towards the tip. 

a — d. England. (In Canada Balsam). Presented by F. Walker, 
Esq. 

85. Aphis Mali. 

Aphis Mali, Fabr. Syst. Ent. 737, 19. Sp. Ins. ii. 387, 24. Mant. 

Ins. ii. 316, 29. Ent. Syst. iv. 217, 29. Syst. Rhyn. 298, 29. 

Gmel Ed. Syst. Nat. i. 4, 2208, 58. Schrank, Faun. Boic. ii. 

1, 116. Gotze, Ent. Beit. ii. 317. Stew. El. Nat. Hist. ii. 

111. Turt. Syst. Nat. ii. 70, 6. Shaw, Gen. Zool. vi. pi. 

58. Ramdohr , Abhandlung Verd. Werk.z. Ins. 1811. Schmid- 

berger, 284. St. Farg. et Serv. Enc. MM. x. 246. Spence, 

Trans. Ent. Soc. iii. 98. Rusticus, Ent. Mag. i. 143, iii. 337. 

Kalt. Mon. Pfian. i. 72, 52. Ratz. Forst. Ins. iii. 217, 7. 

Walk. Ann. Nat. Hist. Ser. 2, v. 269, 77. Zool. vi. 2251. 

Fitch , The Senate, No. 30, 65. 
Aphis Pomi, Reaum. Ins. iii. 281 — 350, pi. 21, f. 5. Deg. Ins. iii. 

53, 6, pi. 3, f. 18—26. Latr. Gen. Crust, iii. 173. Sir Os- 
wald Mosley, Gard. Chron. i. 684. 
Aphis Pyri, Reaum. Ins. iii. 281, 350, pi. 24, f. 1 — 4. Fonscol. Ann. 

Soc. Ent. Fr. x. 189, 32. Hartig, Germ. Ent. Zeit. iii. 369, 

It. 
Aphis Oxyacanthae, Schrank, Faun. Boic. ii. 116, 1219. 
Oxyacanthaphis, Arnyot, Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. 2me SSrie, v. 478,525. 

3 r3 



986 LIST OF HOMOPTEBOUS INSECTS. 

Distance between the first and second veins at the base less 
than half that between them at the tips ; third much farther from 
the second at the tip than at the base, a little farther from the se- 
cond at the base than the second is from the first ; first fork very 
much nearer to the second fork at the tip than to the third vein, as 
near to the third vein as the third is to the second ; second fork as 
near to the fourth vein as to the first fork ; fourth vein curved near 
the base, almost straight towards the tip, very much nearer to the 
second fork than to the tip of the rib-vein. 

Var. First fork a little nearer to the third vein than the third is 
to the second. 

Var. Distance between the first and second veins at the base 
less than one-third of that between them at the tips ; third a little 
farther from the second at the tip than at the base, much farther 
from the second at the base than the second is from the first ; first 
fork at the tip four times farther from the third vein than from the 
second fork ; second fork more than twice farther from the fourth 
vein than from the first fork. 

a — u. England. (In Canada Balsam). From Mr. Walker's col- 
lection. 

86. Aphis Padi. 

Aphis Padi, Linn. Syst. Nat. ii. 734, 8. Faun. Suec. 981. Reaum. 

Ins. iii. pi. 23, f. 9, 10. Fabr. Sp. Ins. ii. 389, 45. Mani. Ins. 

ii. 317, 50. Ent. Syst. iv. 220, 50. Syst. Rhyn. 301, 50. 

Gmel. Ed. Syst. Nat. i. 2203, 8. Schrank, Faun. Boic. ii. 

115, 1216. Stew. EL Nat. Hist. ii. 110. Turt. Syst. Nat. ii. 

708. Kalt. Man. Pfian. i. 74, 53. Ratz. Forst. Ins. iii. 217, 

8. Walk. Ann. Nat. Hist. Ser. 2, v. 274, 78. 
Padifex, Amyot, Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. 2me SSrie, v. 477, 523. 

Distance between the first and second veins at the tips full 
thrice that between them at the base ; third very much farther from 
the second at the tip than at the base, very much farther from the 
second at the base than the second is from the first ; first fork much 
nearer to the second fork than to the third vein, much nearer to the 
third vein than the third is to the second ; second fork as near to the 
fourth vein at to the first fork ; fourth vein long, curved near the 
base, straight towards the tip, full twice farther from the tip of the 
rib-vein than from the second fork. 

a. Scotland. Presented by E. Doubleday, Esq. 
b — zzz. England. (In Canada Balsam). From Mr. Walker's col- 
lection. 



LIST OF HOMOPTEROUS INSECTS. 987 



87. Aphis Sorbi. 

Aphis Sorbi, Kalt. Mori, Pflan. i. 70, 51. Ratz. Forst. Ins. iii. 
217, 6. Walk. Ann. Nat. Hist. Ser. 2, v. 276, 79. 

Distance between the first and second veins at the base about 
half that between them at the tips ; third much farther from the se- 
cond at the tip than at the base, a little farther from the second at 
the base than the second is from the first ; first fork nearer to the 
second fork than to the third vein, nearer to the third vein than 
the third is to the second ; second fork generally as near to the fourth 
vein as to the first fork ; fourth vein slightly curved, a little nearer 
to the second fork than to the tip of the rib-vein. 

a — o. England. (In Canada Balsam). From Mr. Walker's col- 
lection. 



88. Aphis Euonymi. 

Aphis Euonymi, Fabr. Syst. Ent. 736, 14. Sp. Ins. ii. 386, 17. 

Mant.Ins. ii. 316, 21. Ent. Syst. iv. 214,21. Syst. Rhyn. 

297, 21. Gmel. Ed. Syst. Nat. i. 2206, 51. Schrank, Faun. 

Boic. ii. 108. Turt. Syst. Nat. ii. 705. Sir Oswald Mosley, 

Gard. Chron. i. 684. Kalt. Mon. Pflan. i. 79, 57. Walk. Ann. 

Nat. Hist. Ser. 2, v. 278, 80. 
Euonymaphis, Amyot, Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. 2me Strie, v. 478. 

Distance between the first and second veins at the base a little 
more than one-third of that between them at the tips ; third very 
much farther from the second at the tip than at the base, as far from 
the second at the base as the second is from the first; first fork very 
much nearer to the second fork than to the third vein, nearer to the 
third vein than the third is to the second ; second fork as far from 
the fourth vein as from the first fork ; fourth vein slightly curved, 
much nearer to the second fork than to the tip of the rib-vein. 

Var, Third vein of one wing with an additional branch be- 
tween the two forks. 

a — I. England. (In Canada Balsam). From Mr. Walker's col- 
lection. 



988 LIST OF HOMOPTEROUS TNSECTS. 



89. Aphis Lychnidis. 

Aphis Lychnidis, Linn. Syst. Nat. ii. 734, 7. Faun. Suec. 980. 

Bonnet, Hist. Nat. i. 6. Reaum. Ins. iii. 281, 340. Fair. 

Syst. Ent. 737, 1. Sp. Ins. ii. 384, 1. Mant. Ins. ii. 315, 2. 

Ent. Syst. iv. 210,2. Syst. Rhyn. 294, 2. GW/. j&Z. Syst. 

Nat. i. 2203, 7. Schrank, Faun. Boicii. 114, 1214. -Ber/c. 

Syn. i. 119. few. jE/. Nat. Hist. ii. 110. 7W*. Hist. Nat. 

ii. 703. iM*. Mon. Pflan. i. 92, 67. Walk. Ann. Nat. Hist. 

Ser. 2, v. 280, 81. 
Aphis Cucubali, Linn. Faun. Suec. 719. 

Distance between the first and second veins at the base full 
half that between them at the tips ; third a little farther from the 
second at the tip than at the base, as far from the second at the 
base as the second is from the first : first fork nearer to the se- 
cond fork than to the third vein, a little nearer to the third vein 
than the third is to the second ; second fork a little nearer to the 
first fork than to the fourth vein ; fourth vein curved, as near to 
the tip of the rib- vein as to the second fork. 

a — d. Scotland. Presented by E. Doubleday, Esq. 
e — z. England. (In Canada Balsam). From Mr. Walker's col- 
lection. 



90. Aphis Pkuni. 

Aphis Pruni, Fahr. Sp. Ins. ii. 385, 12. Mant. Ins. ii. 315, 14. 

Ent. Syst. iv. 213, 14. Syst. Rhyn. 296, 14. Beg. Ins. iii. 

49, 5, 'pi. 2, f. 1—8. Schrank, Faun. Boic. ii. 115, 1217. 

Geoff. Ins. Par. i. 497, 10. RSaum. Ins. iii. 296, pi. 23, f. 

9, 10. Gotze, Ent. Beitr. ii. 312. Gmel. Ed. Syst. Nat. i. 

2202, 37. Scop. Ent. Cam. 138, 406. Rossi, Faun. Etrusc. 

260, 1374. Stew. El. Nat. Hist. ii. 110. Turt. Hist. Nat. ii. 

704. Enc. Meth. Hist. Nat. Ins. pi. 116, f. 7, 8. Latr. Gen. 

Crust, iii. 173. St. Farg. et Serv. Enc. Meth. x. 245. Schmidb. 

Kollar, Treatise on Injurious Insects, transl. 284. Sir Oswald 

Mosley, Gard. Chron. i. 684. Kalt. Mon. Pflan. i. 52, 37. 

Ratz. Forst. Ins. iii. 216, 4. Walk. Ann. Nat. Hist. Ser. 2, 

v. 388, 82. 
Aphis Arundinis, Fair. Sp. Ins. 385, 7. Mant. Ins. ii. 315, 8. 

Ent. Syst. iv. 212, 8. Syst. Rhyn. 295, 8. Gmel. Ed. Syst. 

Nat. i. '2202, 35. Kalt. Mon. Pflan. i. 54, 38. 



LIST OF HOMOPTEROUS INSECTS. 989 

Prunifex, Amyot, Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. 2me Serie, v. 476, 322. 
Calamaphis, Amyot, Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. 2me Serie, v. 477. 

Distance between the first and second veins at the tips much 
more than twice that between them at the base ; third much far- 
ther from the second at the tip than at the base, farther from 
the second at the base than the second is from the first ; first 
fork much nearer to the second fork than to the third vein, as 
near to the third vein as the third is to the second ; second fork 
a little nearer to the fourth vein than to the first fork; fourth 
vein slightly curved, much nearer to the second fork than to the 
tip of the rib-vein. 

Var. ? The viviparous wingless female. Pale or dark green, el- 
liptical, rather long and narrow : feelers a little more than half the 
length of the body : mouth pale green or pale yellow : necta- 
ries black : legs pale green or pale yellow, moderately long ; knees, 
feet, and tips of shanks darker. 

The viviparous] winged female. Pale green while a pupa : 
head, disk of chest and that of breast dark gray, when the wings 
are unfolded : feelers black, nearly as long as the body : nectaries 
hardly projecting above the surface of the abdomen: wing-ribs 
yellow ; brand and veins brown. From Arundo Phragmitis at the 
end of September, near Newcastle. 

Var. ? The oviparous wingless female. Narrow, rather flat, 
slightly increasing in breadth from the head till near the tip of 
the abdomen, pale yellowish green, velvet-like ; a vivid bluish- 
green stripe down the back and a more indistinct stripe on each 
side : feelers black, pale yellow towards the base, less than half the 
length of the body : mouth pale yellow with a black tip : necta- 
ries pale yellow with black tips, about one-eighth of the length of 
the body : legs pale yellow, rather short ; knees, feet, and tips 
of shanks black. Eggs green, spindle-shaped, very large. 

The wingless male. Linear, narrower than the female : feelers 
nearly as long as the body : head sometimes buff, and chest some- 
times yellow. From Arundo arenaria in the beginning of Octo- 
ber, near Fleetwood. 

a. Scotland. Presented by E. Doubleday, Esq. 
b — z, England. (In Canada Balsam). From Mr. Walker's collec- 
tion. 



LIST OF HOMOPTEROUS INSECTS. 



91. Aphis Lythri. 

Aphis Lythri, Schrank, Faun. Boic. ii. 115, 1215. Kalt. Mon. 

Pflan. i. 51, 36. Walk. Ann. Nat. Hist. Ser. 2, v. 389, 83. 
Lythraphis, Amyot, Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. 2me Strie, v. 477. 

Distance between the first and second veins at the base a 
little less than half that between them at the tips ; third farther 
from the second at the tip than at the base, a little farther from 
the second at the base than the second is from the first ; first 
fork nearer to the second fork at the tip than to the third vein, 
a little nearer to the third vein than the third is to the second; 
second fork a little nearer to the fourth vein than to the first 
fork; fourth vein much curved near the base, almost straight to- 
wards the tip, much nearer to the second fork than to the tip of 
the rib-vein. 

Var. Second fork a little nearer to the first fork than to the 
fourth vein. 

a — z. England. (In Canada Balsam). From Mr. Walker's collec- 
tion. 



92. Aphis Tussilaginis. 

Aphis Tussilaginis, Walk. Ann. Nat. Hist. Ser. 2, v. 390, 84. 
a. England. Presented by F. Walker, Esq. 

93. Aphis Dianthi. 

Aphis Dianthi, Schrank, Faun. Boic. ii. 114, 1213. Kalt. Mon. 

Pflan. i. 42, 29. Walk. Ann. Nat. Hist. Ser. 2, v. 391, 85. 

Zool. vi.2218, 2246 ; vii. App. xlvi., Ii., lv.,lvi., lvii. ; viii. App. 

ciii., civ. 
Aphis vulgaris, Kyber, Germ. Mag. i. 

Aphis Rapse, Curt. Journ. Roy. Agric. Soc. iii. 53, pi. C. f. 1 — 3. 
Aphis dubia, Curt. Journ. Roy. Agric. Soc. iii. 54, pi. C. f. 4. 
Aphis vastator, Smee, The Potatoe Plant, $*c, 81. 
Aphis Solani? Kalt. Mon. Pflan. i. 15, 5. 
Dianthaphis, Amyot, Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. 2me Serie, v. 477. 



LIST OF HOMOPTEROUS INSECTS. 991 

Distance between the first and second veins at the tips about 
thrice that between them at the base ; third very much farther from 
the second at the tip than at the base, much farther from the second 
at the base than the second is from the first ; first fork as near to 
the seccond fork as to the third vein, nearer to the third vein than 
the third is to the second ; second fork as near to the fourth vein 
as to the first fork ; fourth vein generally a little nearer to the 
second fork than to the tip of the rib-vein. 

Var. ? Black, very small : abdomen yellow : feelers a little 
longer than the body : mouth pale yellow with a black tip : nec- 
taries short : legs pale yellow, moderately long ; feet and tips of 
thighs and of shanks black : wings colourless, much longer than 
the body ; wing-ribs and rib-veins pale yellow ; brands and branch- 
veins pale brown. In the beginning of October on Thalictrum. 

a — u. England. (In Canada Balsam). From Mr. Walker's col- 
lection. 



94. Aphis Viburni. 

Aphis Viburni, Fabr. Syst. Ent. 737, 18. Sp. Ins. ii. 386, 23. 
Mant. Ins. ii. 316, 28. Ent. Syst. iv. 2 16, 28. Syst. Rhyn. 
298, 28. Scop. Ent. Cam. 396. Gmel. Ed. Syst. Nat. i. 2208, 
57, Suh. Ins. pi. 11, f. 1,2. Stew. El. Nat. Hist. ii. J 11. 
Enc. MM. Ins. pi. 115, f. 9, Schrank, Faun. Boic. ii. ill, 
1203. Sulzer, Hist. Ins. pi. 11, f. 1,2. Kalt. Mon. Pflan. 
i. 78, 56. Sir Oswald Mosley, Gard. Chron. i. 684. Busticus, 
Ent. Mag. i. 218. Walk. Ann. Nat. Hist. Ser. 2, vi. 41, 86. 

Viburnifex, Amyot, Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. 2me Shie, v. 478. 

Distance between the first and second veins at the tips more 
than twice that between them at the base : third a little nearer to 
the second at the base than at the tip, farther from the second at 
the base than the second is from the first fork, nearer to the second 
fork than to the third vein, nearer to the third vein than the third is 
to the second ; second fork a little nearer to the fourth vein than 
to the second fork ; fourth vein curved, farther from the tip of the 
rib-vein than from the second fork. 

a — z. England. (In Canada Balsam). From Mr. Walker's collec- 
tion. 



992 LIST OF HOMOPTEEOUS INSECTS. 



95. Aphis Xylostei. 

Aphis Xylostei, Schrank, Faun. Bote. ii. 1, 107. Bonnet, Hist. Nat. 

i. l\ Rkaum. Ins. iii. 286. Deg.Ins. iii. 96, 16, pi. 7, f. 8— 

13. Gmel. Ed. Syst. Nat. i. 2210, 74. Walk. Ann. Nat. 

Hist. Ser. 2, vi. 43, 87. 
Aphis Lonicerae, Fonscol. Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. x. 167, 6. Siebold, 

Frorieps Notizen, xii. 85. Kalt. Mon. Pflan. i. 48, 35. Sir 

Oswald Mosley, Gard. Chron. i. 628. 
Xylosthaphis, Amyot, Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. 2me Se"rie, v. 479. 

The viviparous wingless female. Head in front slightly con- 
vex, not notched : feelers a little more than half the length of the 
body ; first and second joints not angular; fourth much shorter than 
the third ; fifth much shorter than the fourth ; sixth shorter than 
the fifth; seventh much more than twice the length of the sixth: 
tip of the abdomen a little longer than the nectaries, which are as 
long as one-eighth or one-tenth of the body. 

The viviparous winged female. Feelers a little shorter than 
the body : distance between the first and second wing-veins at the 
tips much more than twice that between them at the base ; third a 
little farther from the second at the tip than at the base, farther 
from the second at the base than the second is from the first ; first 
fork as near to the second fork at the tip as to the third vein, as 
near to the third vein as the third is to the second ; second fork a 
little nearer to the fourth vein than to the first fork ; fourth vein 
very slightly curved, a little nearer to the second fork than to the 
tip of the rib-vein. 

Var. First fork nearer to the third vein than the third vein 
is to the second. 

a— r. Englaud. (In Canada Balsam). From Mr. Walker's collec- 
tion. 



96. Aphis Cerasina. 
Aphis Cerasina, Walk. Ann. Nat. Hist. Ser. 2, vi. 43, 88. 
England. 



LIST OF HOMOPTEROUS INSECTS. 993 



97. Aphis Carduina. 

Aphis Carduina, Walk. Ann. Nat. Hist. Ser. 2, vi. 44, 89. 
a— p. England. (In Canada Balsam). From Mr. Walker's col- 
lection. 



98. Aphis Jacob^^e. 

Aphis Jacobaeas, SchranJc, Faun. JBoic. ii. 123, 1242. Kalt. Mon. 
Pflan. i. 68, 49. Walk. Ann. Nat. Hist. Ser. 2, vi. 44, 90. 
Zool. viii. App. civ. 

Distance between the first and second veins at the tips very 
much more than that between them at the base ; third farther from 
the second at the tip than it is at the base, hardly farther from the 
second at the base than the second is from the first; first fork at the 
tip as far from the second fork as from the third vein, nearer to the 
third vein than the third is to the second ; second fork as far from 
the fourth vein as from the first fork ; fourth vein curved near the 
base, almost straight towards the tip, a little farther from the tip of 
the rib-vein than from the second fork. 

England. 



99. Aphis Helichrysi. 

Aphis Helichrysi, Kalt Mon. Pflan. i. 102, 77. Walk. Ann. Nat. 

Hist. Ser. 2, vi. 45, 91. 
Aphis Balsamitae ? Mull. Zool. Dan. Prod. 109. 1252. Gmel. Ed. 

Syst. Nat. i. 4, 2210, 71. 
Balsamitifex ? Amyot, Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. 2me Serie, v. 479. 

Distance between the first and second veins at the base about 
half of that at the tips ; third a little farther from the second at the 
tip than at the base, as far from the second at the base as the second 
is from the first ; first fork at the tip a little nearer to the second 
fork than to the third vein, a little nearer to the third vein than the 
third vein is to the second ; second fork a little nearer to the fourth 
vein than to the first fork ; fourth veiu curved, nearer to the second 
fork than to the tip of the rib- vein. 

Var. Second fork as near to the fourth vein as to the first fork ; 
fourth vein as near to the tip of the rib-vein as to the second fork. 

PART IV. 3 S 



994 LIST OF HOMOPTEROUS INSECTS. 



Var. The viviparous wingless female. Green, elliptical : feel- 
ers pale yellow, rather less than half the length of the body ; tips 
brown : mouth pale yellow, with a brown tip : nectaries pale yellow, 
as long as one-twelfth of the body ; tips brown : legs pale yellow, 
moderately long ; feet and tips of shanks brown. 

The viviparous winged female. Small and black : abdomen 
very dark green, much broader than the chest ; its disk black : feel- 
ers black, rather shorter than the body : mouth black : nectaries 
black, as long as one-sixth of the body : legs black, moderately 
long; fore-thighs dull yellow at the base: wings colourless, very 
much longer than the body ; wing-ribs pale yellow ; brand pale 
brown ; veins brown. From Achillea Millefolium, in the beginning 
of June. 

a — n. England. (In Canada Balsam). From Mr. Walker's collec- 
tion. 



100. Aphis Tanacetina. 

Aphis Tanacetina, Walk. Ann. Nat. Hist. Ser. 2, iv. 46, 92. 

Distance between the first and second veins almost twice farther 
at the tips than at the base ; third hardly farther from the second at 
the tip than at the base, as far from the second at the base as the 
second is from the first ; first fork nearer to the second fork than to 
the third vein, as near to the third vein as the third is to the second ; 
second fork a little nearer to the first than to the fourth vein ; fourth 
vein slightly curved, a little farther from the tip of the rib-vein than 
from the second fork. 

o — h. England. (In Canada Balsam). From Mr. Walker's collec- 
tion. 



101. Aphis Crat^egaria. 

Aphis Crataegaria, Walk. Ann. Nat. Hist. Sei\2, vi. 46, 93* 

Distance between the first and second veins at the base about 
half that between them at the tips ; third nearer to the second at the 
base than at the tip, a little nearer to the second at the base than 
the second is to the first ; first fork nearer to the third vein than to 
the second fork, much nearer to the third vein than the third is to 
the second ; second fork farther from the first fork than from the 



LIST OF HOMOPTEROUS INSECTS. 995 

fourth vein ; fourth vein curved near the base, straight towards the 
tip, a little nearer to the second fork than to the tip of the rib- 
vein. 

a — o. England. (In Canada Balsam). From Mr. Walker's collec- 
tion. 

102. Aphis Cratjsgi. 

Aphis Crataegi, Kalt. Mon. Pflan. i. 66, 47. Rat2. Forst. Ins. iii. 

217, 5. Walk. Ann. Nat. Hist. Ser. 2, vi. 47, 94. 
Aphis Pyri ? Fonscol. Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. x. 189, 32. 

Distance between the first and second veins more than twice 
farther at the tips than at the base ; third a little farther from the 
second at the tip than at the base, as far from the second at the 
base as the second is from the first ; first fork much nearer to the 
second fork than to the third vein, nearer to the third vein than 
the third is to the second ; second fork hardly farther from the fourth 
vein than from the first fork ; fourth vein much curved near the base, 
almost straight towards the tip, a little nearer to the second fork 
than to the tip of the rib-vein. 

England. 

103. Aphis Hederje. 

Aphis Hederae, Kalt. Mon. PJlan. i. 89, 65. Walk. Ann. Nat. 

Hist. Ser. vi. 47. 
Aphis Ilicis, Kalt. Mon. Pflan. i. 88, 64. 

Distance between the first and second veins more than twice 
farther at the tips than at the base ; third vein a little farther from 
the second at the tip than at the base, as far from the second at the 
base as the second is from the first ; first fork much nearer to the se- 
cond fork than to the third vein, as near to the third vein as the 
third is to the second; second fork a little nearer to the fourth vein 
than to the first fork ; fourth vein slightly curved, much nearer to the 
second fork than to the tip of the rib-vein. 

The viviparous wingless female. Oval, dull buff or dark red, 
covered with a white bloom : feelers setaceous, pale yellow, rather 
more than half the length of the body ; tips brown : mouth pale yel- 
low, with a brown tip : nectaries dark brown, as long as one-tenth of 
the body : legs pale yellow, moderately long ; feet and tips of the 
shanks brown. In some instances the feelers are nearly as long as 
the body, and the tips of the thighs are brown. 

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996 LIST OF HOMOPTEROUS INSECTS. 



The viviparous winged female. Elliptical and dark brown while 
a pupa : feelers as long as the body : nectaries as long as one-sixth 
of the body: rudimentary wings pale green. Black, or very dark 
green, when the wings are unfolded : abdomen dark red : feelers 
shorter than the body : mouth tawny, with a black tip : nectaries 
black, as long as one-fifth or one-sixth of the body : legs tawny ; 
posterior thighs, excepting the base, feet and tips of shanks black ; 
legs sometimes black ; shanks and fore-thighs, excepting their tips, 
of a yellow hue : wings colourless, much longer than the body ; 
wing-ribs pale yellow ; brand pale brown ; veins brown. In the 
middle of June the wingless insect and the pupa vary much in co- 
lour; sometimes they are dull pale yellowish green, sometimes 
bright red, or dark reddish gray ; sometimes the feelers are white, 
with a black tip to each joint, or black towards the tips, and more 
than half the length of the body : mouth white, with a black tip : 
legs white ; feet and tips of thighs and of shanks black : oviduct 
black and short. 

a — o. England. (In Canada Balsam). From Mr. Walker's collec- 
tion. 

104. Aphis Berberidis. 

Aphis Berberidis, Kalt. Mon. Pflan. i. 95, 70. Walk. Ann. Nat. 
Hist. Ser.2,\i. 118,96. 

Distance between the first and second veins about twice farther 
at the tips than it is at the base ; third a little farther from the se- 
cond at the tip than it is at the base, as far from the second at the 
base as the second is from the first ; first fork at the tip very much 
nearer to the second fork than to the third vein, as near to the third 
vein as the third is to the second ; second fork much nearer to the 
first fork than to the fourth vein; fourth vein much curved, straight 
near the tip, generally a little nearer to the second fork than to the 
tip of the rib- vein. 

a — v. England. (In Canada Balsam). From Mr. Walker's collec- 
tion. 

105. Aphis Nastdrtii. 

Aphis Nasturtii, Kalt. Mon. Pflan. i. 76, 54. Walk. Ann. Nat. Hist. 
Ser. 2, vi. 119,97. 

Distance between the first and second veins at the tips much 
more than twice that between them at the base ; third much farther 



LIST OF HOMOPTEROUS INSECTS. 997 

from the second at the tip than at the hase, farther from the second 
at the base than the second is from the first ; first fork nearer to the 
second fork than to the third vein, nearer to the third vein than the 
third is to the second ; second fork nearer to the first fork than to 
the fourth vein ; fourth vein curved, generally nearer to the second 
fork than to the tip of the rib-vein. 

a — z. England. (In Canada Balsam). From Mr. Walker's collec- 
tion. 



106. Aphis Humuli. 

Aphis Humuli, Schrank, Faun. Boic. ii. 110, 1199. Kalt. Mon. 

Pflan. i. 36, 24. Walk. Ann. Nat. Hist. Ser. 2, vi. 120, 98. 

Letters of Rusticus, 71. Plomtey, Nat. Hist. Hop-fly. 
Aphis Pruni Mahaleb, Fonscol. Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. x. 175, 15. 
Humulifex, Amyot, Ann, Soc. Ent, Fr. 2me Serie, v. 477. 

Distance between the first and second veins at the tips much 
more than twice that between them at the base ; third a little farther 
from the second at the tip than at the base, farther from the second 
at the base than the second is from the first ; first fork a little nearer 
to the second fork than to the third vein, a little nearer to the third 
vein than the third is to the second ; second fork much nearer to the 
fourth vein than to the first fork ; fourth vein much curved near the 
base, almost straight towards the tip, very much nearer to the second 
fork than to the tip of the rib -vein. 

Var. Pupa. Pale yellow, or red mottled with yellow, and 
slightly tinged with black : feelers black, yellow towards the base: 
tip of mouth black: nectaries pale yellow, with black tips, as long 
as one-fourth of the body : legs very pale yellow ; tips of shanks 
brown ; feet black. Middle of October. 

Var. Third vein wanting towards the tip. 

Var. Part of the first fork wanting ; the stump forming an un- 
usually acute angle with the second fork. 

Var. First fork wanting towards the tip. 

Var. Third vein wanting towards the tip ; the stump forming 
an unusually acute angle, with the first fork. 

a—z. England. (In Canada Balsam). From Mr. Walker's collec- 
tion. 



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998 LIST OF HOMOPTEROUS INSECTS. 



107. Aphis Prunina. 

Aphis Prunina, Walk. Ann. Nat. Hist. Ser. 2, vi. 120, 99. Zool. vi. 

2250. 
Aphis ? Walk. Zool. vi. 2250. 

Distance between the first and second veins at the tips full 
twice that between them at the base; third a little nearer to the se- 
cond at the base than at the tip, a little nearer to the second at the 
base than the second is to the first ; first fork generally a little nearer 
to the second fork than to the third vein, most often a little nearer 
to the third vein than the third is to the second ; second fork as near 
to the fourth vein as to the first fork ; fourth vein much curved, a 
little nearer to the second fork than to the tip of the rib-vein. 

a — p. England. (In Canada Balsam). From Mr. Walker's collec- 
tion. 



108. Aphis Prunaria. 

Aphis Prunaria, Walk. Ann. Nat. Hist. Ser. 2, vi. 121, 100. Zool. 

vi. 2250. 
Aphis spinarum ? Hartig, Germ. Ent. Zeit. iii. 370, 13. 

Distance between the first and second veins at the tips about 
thrice that between them at the base ; third very much farther from 
the second at the tip than at the base, as near to the second at the 
base as the second is to the first ; first fork generally nearer to the 
second fork than to the third vein, much nearer to the third vein 
than the third is to the second ; second fork about as far from the 
fourth vein as from the first fork; fourth vein long, slightly curved, 
almost straight towards the tip, much nearer to the second fork than 
to the tip of the rib-vein. 

. England. (In Canada Balsam). From Mr. Walker's collec- 
tion. 



109. Aphis Potentilue. 

Aphis Potentilla!, Walk. Ann. Nat. Hist. Ser. 2, iv. 122, 101. 
England. 



LIST OF HOMOPTEROUS INSECTS. 999 



110. Aphis Ligustri. 

Aphis Ligustri, Sir Oswald Mosley, Gard. Chron. i. 628. Kalt. 
Mori. PJlan. i. 48, 34. 

Var. Lower branch of the first fork of the third vein wanting. 

Var. Distance between the first and second veins at the base 
less than half that between them at the tips ; second wanting in 
one wing, third a little nearer to the second at the tip than at the 
base, as near to the second at the base as the second is to the first ; 
first fork partly wanting in both wings ; fourth vein curved near the 
base, straight towards the tip, as near to the tip of the rib-vein as to 
the second fork. 

a — g. England. (In Canada Balsam). From Mr. Walker's^collec- 
tion. 

111. Aphis Ononidis. 

Aphis Ononidis, Kalt. Ent. Zeit. Stett. vii. 173. 

This species is distinguished by its spotted wings, and by its 
large fore-chest, which is rather broader than the middle-chest. 

The viviparous winged female. Small, pale yellow, active, 
rather short and broad : length of the fore-chest rather more than 
half its breadth : some pale olive-green irregular stripes along the 
head and chest, three or four rows of dark gray spots on the abdo- 
men ; spots on the middle rows larger and more irregular than 
those on the side rows: feelers pale yellow, black towards their 
tips, a little longer than the body : mouth pale yellow, with a black 
tip, hardly reaching the middle hips : legs dull yellow ; tips of the 
feet darker : wings a little longer than the body, with a brown spot 
on the tip of each vein ; brand brown, including a colourless spot ; 
distance between the first and second veins at the tips nearly twice 
that between them at the base ; third very much nearer to the se- 
cond at the base than at the tip, much nearer to the second at the 
base than the second is to the first ; first fork nearer to the second 
fork than to the third vein, hardly nearer to the third vein than the 
third is to the second ; seeond fork nearer to the first fork than to 
the fourth vein ; fourth vein much curved, nearer to the tip of the 
rib-vein than to the second fork : rib-vein of the lower wing clouded 
with brown, with only one branch-vein, which has a brown spot on 
its tip. 

a. England. Presented by F. Walker, Esq. 



1000 list of homopterous insects. 

112. Aphis Tanacetaria? 

Aphis Tanacetaria ? Kalt. Mori. Pflan. i. 19, 8. 

The viviparous wingless female. Dark red, oval : front convex : 
feelers much longer than the body ; second joint with an angle on 
the inside of its tip ; fourth much shorter than the third ; fifth a 
little shorter than the fourth ; sixth about one fourth of the length 
of the fifth, not more than one-sixth of the length of the seventh : 
nectaries about one-fourth of the length of the body : legs long, 
very stout. From Tanacetum vulgare in August. 

England. 

113. Aphis Vicue. 
Aphis Viciae, Kalt. Mon. Pflan. i. 20, 9. 
Prussia. 

114. Aphis Ribicola. 
Aphis Ribicola, Kalt. Mon. Pflan. i. 33, 22. 

Distance between the first and second veins at the tips almost 
twice that between them at the base ; third vein very little farther 
from the second at the tip than at the base, much farther from the 
second at the base than the second is from the first ; first fork as far 
from the second fork as from the third vein, nearer to the third vein 
than the third is to the second ; second fork nearer to the fourth 
vein than to the first fork ; fourth vein much curved near the base, 
straight towards the tip, very much farther from the tip of the rib- 
vein than from the second fork. 

a, b. Prussia. Presented by F. Walker, Esq. 

115. Aphis Convolvuli. 
Aphis Convolvuli, Kalt. Mon. Pflan. i. 40, 27. 
Prussia. 

116. Aphis Chelidonii. 
Aphis Chelidonii, Kalt. Mon. Pflan. i. 41, 28. 

Distance between the first and second veins very much farther 
at^the tips than at the base ; third vein as near to the second at the 



LIST OF HOMOPTEROUS INSECTS. 1001 

tips as at the base, much farther from the second at the base than 
the second is from the first ; first fork twice farther from the third 
vein than from the second fork, as far from the third vein as the 
third is from the second ; second fork a little nearer to the first fork 
than to the fourth vein ; fourth vein curved near the base, straight 
towards the tip, nearer to the second fork than to the tip of the rib- 
vein. 

a, b. Prussia. Presented by F. Walker, Esq. 



117. Aphis Capsell^;. 

Aphis Capsellae, Kalt. Mon. Pflan. i. 58, 40. 
Prussia. 

118. Aphis Plantaginis. 

Aphis Plantaginis, Schrank, Faun. Boic. ii. 106, 1185. Bonnet, 
Hist. Nat. i. 56. Gmel. Ed. Syst. Nat. i. 2209, 63. Stew. EL 
Nat. Hist. ii. 111. Kalt. Mon. Pflan. i. 59, 41. 

Aphis Dauci, Fair. Syst. Ent. 737, 23. Sp. Ins. ii. 387, 29. Mant. 
Ins. ii. 316, 34. Ent. Syst. iv. 217, 34. Syst. Rhyn. 299, 34. 
Gmel. Ed. Syst. Nat. i. 2204, 45. Schrank, Faun. Boic. ii. 
1, 110, 1200. Stew. El. Nat. Hist. ii. 110. Turt. Syst. Nat. 
ii. 706. 

Plantaginifex, Amyot, Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. 2me SSrie, v. 478. 

Europe. 

119. Aphis ScabiosjE. 

Aphis Scabiosas, Scop. Ent. Cam. 138, 10, 405. Gmel. Ed. Syst. 

Nat. i. 2210, 66. Schrank, Faun. Boic. ii. 105, 1082. Stew. 

El. Nat. Hist. ii. 111. Fonscol. Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr.x. 179, 

19. Kalt. Mon. Pflan. i. 60, 42. 
Psorodaphis, Amyot, Ann. Soc. Ent.fr. 2me Serie, v. 478. 
Europe. 



120. Aphis Sedi. 

Aphis Sedi, Kalt. Mon. Pflan. i. 63, 44. 

Distance between the first and second veins at the base full 
half that between them at the tips ; third vein a little nearer to the 



1002 LIST OF HOMOPTEROUS INSECTS. 



second at the base than at the tip, as near to the second at the base 
as the second is to the first; first fork much nearer to the second 
fork than to the third vein, hardly nearer to the third vein than 
the third is to the second; second fork as near to the first fork 
as to the fourth vein ; fourth vein curved along the whole length, 
nearer to the second fork than to the tip of the rib-vein. 

a — s. England. (In Canada Balsam). From Mr. Walker's collec- 
tion. 



121. Aphis Rhamni. 

Aphis Rhamni, Fonscol. Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. x. 177, 17. 
Europe. 

122. Aphis FranguljE. 

Aphis Rhamni, Kalt. Mon. PJian. i. 64, 45. 
Aphis Frangulae, Kalt. Verh. d. n. Ver. ii. 11. 

Europe. 

123. Aphis Epilobii. 
Aphis Epilobii, Kalt. Mon. Pflan. i. 64, 46. 

Distance between the first and second veins at the tips full 
thrice that between them at the base ; third a little farther from the 
second at the tip than at the base, almost twice farther from the se- 
cond at the base than the second is from the first ; first fork nearer 
to the second fork than to the third vein, as far from the third vein 
as the third is from the second ; second fork farther from the first 
fork than from the fourth vein ; fourth vein rather long, curved near 
the base, almost straight towards the tip, nearer to the second fork 
than to the tip of the rib-vein. » 

a — t. England. (In Canada Balsam). From Mr. Walker's col- 
lection. 

124. Aphis Grossulari^e. 

Aphis Grossulariae, Kalt. Mon. Pflan. i. 67, 48. 
Europe. 



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125. Aphis Ranunculi. 

Aphis Ranunculi, Kalt. Mon. P/lan. i. 69, 50. 

Distance between the first and second veins thrice* farther at 
the tips than at the base ; third vein much nearer to the second at 
the base than at the tip, farther from the second at the base than 
the second is from the first ; first fork very much nearer to the se- 
cond fork than to the third vein, as far from the third vein as the 
third is from the second ; second fork as far from the first as from 
the fourth vein ; fourth vein curved, a little nearer to the second 
fork than to the tip of the rib-vein. 

Var. Second fork a little nearer to the first than to the fourth 
vein. 

Var. Second vein forked near the tip. 
a — d. Prussia. Presented by F. Walker, Esq. 

126. Aphis Nepet^. 

Aphis Nepetae, Kalt. Mon. Pflan. i. 77, 55. 

Distance between the first and second veins at the tips more 
than thrice farther than that at the base ; third vein a little nearer to 
the second at the base than at the tip, much farther from the second 
at the base than tfye second is from the first ; first fork very much 
nearer to the second fork than to the third vein, hardly nearer to the 
third vein than the third is to the second ; second fork as near to the 
fourth vein as to the first fork ; fourth vein curved near the base, 
straight towards the tip, twice farther from the tip of the rib-vein 
than from the second fork. 

a — L Prussia. Presented by F. Walker, Esq. 

127. Aphis Euphorbia. 

Aphis Euphorbia, Kalt. Mon. Pflan. i. 94, 69. 
Aphis Euphorbias ? Walk. Zool. vii. App. xliii. 

England, Prussia. 

128. Aphis MYRiCiE. 
Aphis Myrica?, Kalt. Mon. Pflan. i. 96, 71. 



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The viviparous wingless female. Yellow or orange, flat, very 
hairy, adorned with four rows of large more or less transverse green- 
ish brown- spots, slightly increasing in breadth from the head to the 
tip of the abdomen, which is very slightly convex and not at all 
lengthened ; between the inner pair and the outer pair of the rows of 
spots are some dots of the same colour: two little teeth on the front: 
feelers much less than half the length of the body : nectaries dingy 
yellow with brown tips, very near the tip of the abdomen, one-eighth 
or one-tenth of the length of the body : legs short. 

The viviparous winged female. Like the wingless female, but 
not hairy: feelers pale yellow, brown towards the tips, much shorter 
than the body ; fourth joint little more than half the length of the 
third ; fifth a little shorter than the fourth ; sixth much shorter than 
the fifth ; seventh extremely short : legs pale yellow ; feet and tips 
of the shanks brown: wings colourless, short, hardly extending be- 
yond the abdomen ; brand pale yellow, brown at the base and at the 
tip ; veins blackish. 

Distance between the first and second veins at the tips almost 
thrice that between them at the base ; third vein almost twice farther 
from the second at the tip than at the base, nearer to the second at 
the base than the second is to the first; first fork almost twice farther 
from the third vein than from the second fork, very much farther 
from the third vein than the third is from the second ; second 
fork nearer to the first fork than to the fourth vein ; fourth vein 
slightly curved, a little nearer to the tip of the rib-vein than to the 
second fork. 

a — c. England. Presented by F. Walker, Esq. 



129. Aphis Vitelline. 

Aphis Vitell in ae, Schrank, Faun. Boic. ii. 103, 1178. Kalt.Mon. 

Pflan. i. 97, 72. Ratz. Forst. Ins. iii. 217, 9. 
Vitellinifex, Amyot, Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. 2me Strie, v. 479. 

Prussia. 

130. Aphis Erysimi. 

Aphis Erysimi, Kalt. Mon. Pflan. i. 99, 75. 
Europe. 



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131. Aphis Saliceti. 

Aphis Saliceti, Kalt. Mon. Pflan. i. 103, 78. Ratz. Forst. Ins. iii. 

217,11. 
Apbis Salicis, FonscoL Ann. Soc. Ent. x. 176, 16. 
Salicitifex, Amyot, Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. 2me Serie, v. 479. 

Distance between the first and second veins at the tips much 
more than twice that between them at the base ; third much farther 
from the second at the tip than it is at the base, much farther from 
the second at the base than the second is from the first ; first fork 
full twice farther from the third vein than from the first fork, a little 
nearer to the third vein than the third is to the second ; second fork 
much nearer to the first fork than to the fourth vein ; fourth curved 
near the base, almost straight towards the tip, a little nearer to tjie 
second fork than to the tip of the rib-vein. 

a — r . England. (In Canada Balsam). From Mr. Walker's col- 
lection. 

132. Aphis Pimpinell^e. 

Aphis Pimpinellae, Kalt. Mon. Pflan. i. 105, 80. 
Prussia. 

133. Aphis Amerind. 

Aphis Amerinae, Hartiy, Germ. Ent. Zeitt. iii. 369. 
Germany. 

134. Aphis Anthrisci. 
Aphis Anthrisci, Kalt. Mon. Pflan. i. 112, 86. 
Prussia. 

135. Aphis Cardui. 

Aphis Cardui, Linn. Syst. Nat. ii f 735, 17. Faun. Suec. 988. 

Fair. Sp. Ins. ii. 385, 13. Mant. Ins. ii. 315, 15. Ent. Syst. 

iv. 214, 16. Syst. Rhyn. 296, 16. Gmel. Ed. Syst. Nat. i. 

2205, 17. Rossi, Faun. Etrusc. 261, 1375. Berk. Syn.'i. 120. 

Stew. El. Nat. Hist. ii. L10. Turt. Syst. Nat. ii. 703. FonscoL 

Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. x. Kalt. Mon. Pflan. 115, 89. 
Aphis Oaopordi, Schrank, Faun. Boic. ii. 121, 1236. 
Scolymaphis ? Amyot, Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. 2me Strie, v. 479. 
Europe. 

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1006 LIST OF HOMOPTEROUS INSECTS. 



136. Aphis Nebii. 

Aphis Nerii, Fonscol. Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. x. 179, 20. Kalt. Mon. 
PJlan. \. 118,91. 

Europe. 



137. Aphis Betularia. 

Aphis Betularia, Kalt. Mon. PJlan. i. 119, 93. Ratz. Forst. Ins. 

Hi. 218, 14. 
Aphis tuberculata, Heyden, Mus. Senkenb. ii. 296. 
Oncodaphis, Amyot, Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. 2me Sfrrie, v. 479. 

Germany. 

138. Aphis Salicti. 

Aphis Salicti, Schrank, Faun. Boic. ii. 103, 1177. Kalt. Mon. 
PJlan. i. 121, 93. Ratz. Forst. Ins. iii. 218, 17. 

Germany. 

139. Aphis Camellia. 

Aphis Camellia?, Kalt. Mon. PJlan. i. 122, 94. 

Distance between the first and second veins at the tips more 
than twice farther than at the base ; third vein much farther from 
the second at the tip than at the base, as near to the second at the 
base as the second is to the first; first fork nearer to the third vein 
than the third vein is to the second ; second fork extremely short or 
wanting ; fourth vein slightly curved, almost straight towards the 
tip, nearer to the second fork than to the tip of the rib-vein ; brand 
long, very dark brown. 

a — c. Prussia. Presented by F. Walker, Esq. 



140. Aphis Prunicola. 

Aphis Prunicola, Kalt. Mon. Pfian. i. 122, 95. 
Aphis Cerasi, Schrank, Faun. Boic. ii. 115, 1218. 

Germany. 



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141. Aphis Tragopogonis. 
Aphis Tragopogonis, Kalt. Mon. Pflan. i. 124, 96. 

The viviparous ivingless female. Black, shining, convex, in- 
creasing in breadth from the head to near the tip of the abdomen ; 
segments very distinct : feelers much shorter than the body ; first and 
second joints short and stout, with no notch on the inner side ; fourth 
joint shorter than the third, longer than the fifth ; sixth rather broad, 
shorter than the fifth ; seventh very slender, as long as the third, 
which is mostly tawny : sides of the fore-chest white beneath : nec- 
taries about one-twelfth of the length of the body : shanks yellow ; 
thighs yellow towards the base. 

The viviparous winged female. Dull dark red while a pupa, 
with dull pale green rudiments of wings: feelers nearly as long as 
the body when the wings are unfolded, rather thick, excepting the 
seventh joint: wings colourless; rib-veins yellow towards the base; 
brands grayish ; veins black. 

Distance between the first and second veins twice farther at the 
tips than at the base ; third vein a little nearer to the second at the 
base than at the tip, much nearer to the second at the base than the 
second is to the first; first fork as far from the second fork as from 
the third vein, farther from the third vein than the third is from the 
second; second fork a little nearer to the fourth vein than to the 
first fork ; fourth vein curved near the base, almost straight towards 
the tip, a little nearer to the second fork than to the tip of the rib- 
vein. 

a—f Prussia. Presented by F. Walker, Esq. 



142. Aphis Ligustici. 

Aphis Ligustici, Fair. Sp. Ins. ii. 389, 44. Mant. Ins. ii. 317, 49. 
Ent. Syst. iv. 219, 46. Syst. Rhyn. 301, 46. Gmel. Ed. Syst. 
Nat. i. 4, 2203,40. Stew. EL Nat. Hist. ii. 110. Kalt. Mon. 
Pflan. i. 140, 107. 

Norway. 

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143. Aphis Vitis. 

Aphis Vitis, Scopoli, Ent. Cam. 398. Fabr. Sp. Ins. ii. 390, 49. 
Mant. Ins. ii. 317, 54. Ent. Syst. iv. 220, 54. Syst. Rhyn. 
302, 54. Gmel. Ed. Syst. Nat. i. 2207, 56. Tuft. Syst. Nat. 
ii. 708. Kalt. Mon. Pflan. 141, 109. 

South of Europe. 



144. Aphis Cnici. 

Aphis Cnici, Schtank, Faun. Boic. ii. 122, 1239. Kalt. Mon. Pflan. 
i. 142,112. 

Germany. 

145. Aphis Sanguisobb^:. 

Aphis Sanguisorbae, Schrank, Faun. Boic. ii. 106, 1187. Kalt. 

Mon. Pflan. i. 143, 114. 
Germany. 

146. Aphis Verb asci. 

Aphis Verbasci, Schrank, Faun. Boic. ii. 107, 1192. Fonscol. Ann. 
Soc. Ent. Fr. x. 181,24. Kalt. Mon. Pflan. i. 143, 115. 

Europe. 

147. Aphis Napelli. 

Aphis Napelli, Schrank, Faun. Boic. 118, 1226. Kalt. Mon. Pflan. 
i. 143, 117. 

Germany. 

148. Aphis truncaTA. 

Aphis truncata, Hausmann, Illig. Mag. i. 443. Kalt. Mon. Pflan. 
i. 145, 119. 

Germany. 



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149. Aphis Leucanthemi. 

Aphis Leucanthemi, Scopoli, Ent. Cam. 138, 404. Gmel.Ed. Syst. 
Nat. i. 4, 2210, 65. Stew. EL Nat. Hist. ii. 111. 

a — d. England. (In Canada Balsam). Presented by F. Walker, 
Esq. 

150. Aphis Cichorii. 

Aphis Cichorii, Dutrochet, Ann. Sci . Nat. xxx. 204, 1833. 
France. 

151. Aphis discolor. 
Aphis discolor, Burm. Handb. Ent. ii. 94, 1. 
Germany. 

152. Aphis Zts.m. 

Aphis Zeae, Bonafous, Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. iv. 1835, 658, pi. 20, B. 
f. 1,2. 

France. 

153. Aphis Mayeri. 

Aphis Mayeri, Gmel. Ed. Syst. Nat. i. 2211, 75. 
Aphis, &c, Mayer, Abb. Boehm. Ges. iv. 1833. 

Bohemia. 

154. Aphis ? 






Aphis Salias, Harris, Ins. Mass. 190. 
United States. 



155. Aphis ■ 



Aphis Populea, BouM, Ent. Zeit. Stett. iv. 82. 
Germany. 

156. Aphis nervosa. 
Aphis nervosa, Zett. Ins. Lapp. i. 2, 311, 8. 
Lapland. 

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157. Aphis tenuinervis. 

Aphis tenuinervis, Zett. Ins. Lapp. i. 2, 310, 9. 
Lapland. 

158. Aphis fuscipennis. 

Aphis fuscipennis, Zett. Ins. Lapp. i. 2, 311, 11. 
Lapland. 

159. Aphis Cynoglossi. 
Aphis Cynoglossi, Walk. Zool. vi. 2217. 

Distance between the first and second veins at the tips about 
twice that between them at the base ; third much nearer to the se- 
cond at the base than at the tip, as near to the second at the base as 
the second is to the first ; first fork at the tip much nearer to the se- 
cond fork than to the third vein, a little nearer to the third vein than 
the third is to the second ; second fork as near to the fourth vein as 
to the first fork ; fourth vein curved near the base, straight towards 
the tip, nearer to the second fork than to the tip of the rib-vein. 

a. England. Presented by F. Walker, Esq. 



160. Aphis socia. 

Aphis socia, Walk. Zool. vi. 2217. 

Distance between the first and second veins at the tips about 
thrice that between them at the base; third a little farther from 
the second at the tip than at the base, a little farther from the se- 
cond at the base than the second is from the first ; first fork at the 
base very much nearer to the second fork than to the third vein, as 
near to the third vein as the third is to the second ; second fork 
nearer to the first fork than to the tip of the fourth vein ; fourth vein 
much curved, a little nearer to the second fork than to the tip of the 
rib-vein. 

a. England. Presented by F. Walker, Esq. 



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161. Aphis particeps. 

Aphis particeps, Walk. Zool. vi. 2217. 

a — d. England. Presented by F. Walker, Esq. 

162. Aphis sodalis. 

Aphis sodalis, Walk. Zool. vi. 2218. 

a— d. England. Presented by £. Walker, Esq. 

163. Aphis consors. 

Aphis consors, Walk. Zool. vi. 2218. 

Distance between the first and second veins at the tips more 
than thrice that between them at the base ; third very much farther 
from the second at the tip than at the base, a little farther from the 
second at the base than the second is from the first; first fork a little 
nearer to the second fork than to the third vein ; hardly nearer to the 
third vein than the third is to the second ; second fork nearer to the 
fourth vein than to the first fork ; fourth vein much curved, nearer 
to the second fork than to the tip of the rib-vein. 

a, b. England. Presented by F. Walker, Esq. 

164. Aphis pulvera. 
Aphis pulvera, Walk. Zool. vi. 2218. 

a— d. England. Presented by F. Walker, Esq. 

165. Aphis amica. 
Aphis amica, Walk. Zool. vi. 2218. 
a — d. England. Presented by F. Walker, Esq. 

166. Aphis collega. 
Aphis collega, Walk. Zool. vi. 2218. 
a, b. England. Presented by F. Walker, Esq. 



1012 list of homopterous insects. 

167. Aphis commoda. 

Aphis commoda, Walk. Zool. vi. 2219. 

Distance between the first and second veins full thrice farther 
at the tips than at the base ; third a little nearer to the seeond at the 
base than at the tip, much nearer to the second at the base than the 
second is to the first ; first fork a little nearer to the second fork than 
to the third vein, nearer to the third vein than the third is to the se- 
cond ; second fork a little farther from the fourth vein than from the 
first fork ; fourth vein curved, straight towards the tip, nearer to the 
second fork than to the tip of the rib-vein. 

Var. First fork a little farther from the second fork than from 
the third vein ; second fork a little nearer to the fourth vein than to 
the first fork. 

a. England. Presented by F. Walker, Esq. 

168. Aphis frequens. 

Aphis frequens, Walk. Zool. vi. 2219. 

a — t. England. Presented by F. Walker, Esq. 

169. Aphis Lvcopsidis. 

Aphis Lycopsidis, Walk. Zool. vi. 2219. 

a — d. England. Presented by F. Walker, Esq. 

170. Aphis consueta. 

Aphis consueta, Walk. Zool. vi. 2219. 

a, b. England. Presented by F. Walker, Esq. 

171. Aphis adjuta. 

Aphis adjuta, Walk. Zool. vi. 2220. 

a. England. Presented by F. Walker, Esq. 



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172. Aphis conjuncta. 

Aphis conjuncta, Walk. Zool. vi. 2220. 

a 9 b. England. Presented by F. Walker, Esq 

173. Aphis basaliS. 

Aphis basalis, Walk. Zool. vi. 2220. 

a. England. Presented by F. Walker, Esq. 

174. Aphis familiaris. 
Aphis familiaris, Walk. Zool. vi. 2220. 

a. England. Presented by F. Walker, Esq. 

175. Aphis adjuvans. 

Aphis adjuvans, Walk. Zool. vi. 2220. 

a— d. England. Presented by F. Walker, Esq. 

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176. Aphis adscita. 

Aphis adscita, Walk. Zool, vi. 2220. 

Distance between the first and second veins thrice farther at the 
tips than at the base ; third a little farther from the second at the 
base than the second is from the first ; first fork nearer to the second 
fork than to the third vein, hardly nearer to the third vein than the 
third is to the second ; second fork a little nearer to the first fork 
than to the fourth vein ; fourth vein much curved, a little nearer to 
the second fork than to the tip of the rib-vein. 

Var. Second fork a little nearer to the fourth vein than to the 
first fork. 

Var. Second fork very short. 
a — c. England. Presented by F. Walker, Esq. 



1014 list of homopterous insects. 

177. Aphis suffragans. 
Aphis suffragans, Walk. Zool. vi. 2221. 

Distance between the first and second veins full twice farther 
at the tips than at the base ; third vein farther from the second at 
the tip than at the base, a liitle farther from the second at the base 
than the second is from the first ; first fork nearer to the second 
fork than to the third vein, hardly nearer to the third vein than the 
third is to the second ; second fork more or less nearer to the first 
fork than to the fourth vein ; fourth vein much curved near the base, 
straight towards the tip, much nearer to the second fork than to the 
tip of the rib-vein. 

a, b. England. Presented by F. Walker, Esq. 

178. Aphis persola. 

Aphis persola, Walk. Zool. vi. 2246. 

a. England. Presented by F. Walker, Esq. 

179. Aphis nigro-rufa. 

Aphis nigro-rufa, Walk. Zool. vi. 2247. 

a. England. Presented by F. Walker, Esq. 

180. Aphis sejuncta. 

Aphis sejuncta, Walk. Zool. vi. 2247. 

a. England. Presented by F. Walker, Esq. 

181. Aphis Asperulje. 
Aphis Asperulaj, Walk. Zool. vi. 2248. 

Distance between the first and second veins about twice farther 
at the tips than at the base ; third farther from the second at the 
tip than at the base, farther from the second at the base than the 
second is from the first; first fork nearer to the second than to the 
third vein, nearer to the third vein than the third is to the second ; 



LIST OF HOMOPTEROUS INSECTS. 1015 

second fork as far from the first fork as from the fourth vein ; fourth 
vein slightly curved, almost straight towards the tip, a little farther 
from the tip of the rib-vein than from the second fork. 

Var. Distance between the first and second veins much more 
than twice farther at the tips than at the base ; third almost twice 
farther from the second than the second is from the first. 

a, b. England. Presented by F. Walker, Esq. 



182. Aphis Glechom^:. 

Aphis Glechomae, Walk. Zool. vi. 2247. 
England. 

183. Aphis Limonii. 

Aphis Sonchi, Var. ? Walk. Zool. vi. 2248. 
a. England. Presented by F. Walker, Esq. 

184. Aphis VEEONiCiE. 
Aphis Veronica?, Walk. Zool, vi. 2248. 

Distance between the first and second veins at the tips nearly 
thrice farther than at the base ; third a little farther from the second 
at the tip than at the base, nearly twice farther from the second at 
the base than the second is from the first ; first fork at the tip as far 
from the second fork as from the third vein, nearer to the third vein 
than the third is to the second ; second fork nearer to the fourth 
vein than the first fork ; fourth vein slightly curved near the base, 
straight towards the tip, much nearer to the second fork than to the 
tip of the rib-vein. 

o— -/. England. (In Canada Balsam). Presented by F. Walker, 
Esq. 

185. Aphis Polygoni. 

Aphis Polygoni, Walk. Zool. vi. 2249. 

a—j. England. Presented by J. Hardy, Esq. 






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186. Aphis similis. 

Aphis similis, Walk. ZooL vi. 2249. 
England. 

187. Aphis deposita. 
Aphis ? Walk ZooL vi. 2250. 

Distance between the first and second veins much more than 
twice farther at the tips than at the base ; third farther from the se- 
cond at the tip than at the base, as near to the second at the base 
as the second is to the first ; first fork much nearer to the second 
fork than to the third vein, nearer to the third vein than the third is 
to the second ; second fork nearer to the first fork than to the fourth 
vein ; fourth vein much curved, straight near the tip, about as far 
from the tip of the rib-vein as from the second fork. 

a, b. England. Presented by F. Walker, Esq. 

188. Aphis diversa. 
Aphis diversa, Walk. ZooLvi. 2251. 
England. 

189. Aphis dispar. 
Aphis dispar, Walk. ZooL vi. 2251. 
England. 

190. Aphis lateralis. 
Aphis lateralis, Walk. ZooL vi. 2251. 
England. 

191. Aphis exteanea. 
Aphis extranea, Walk. ZooL vii. App, xxxi. 
England. 

192. Aphis contermina. 
Aphis contermina, Walk. ZooL vii. App. xxxi. 
England. 



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193. Aphis redundans. 



Aphis redundans, Walk. Zool. vii. App. xxxii. 
England. 

194. Aphis certa. 

Aphis certa, Walk. Zool. vii. App. xxxii. 
England. 

195. Aphis insessa.1 

Aphis insessa, Walk. Zool. vii. App. xxxii. 
England. 

196. Aphis cadiva. 

Aphis cadiva, Walk. Zool. vii. App. xxxii. 
England, 

197. Aphis aucta. 

Aphis aucta, Walk. Zool. vii. App. xxxiii. 
England. 

198. Aphis addita. 

Aphis addita, Walk. Zool. vii. App. xxxiii. 
England. 

199. Aphis adducta. 
Aphis adducta, Walk. Zool. vii. App. xxxiv. 
England. 

200. Aphis dissita. 
Aphis dissita, Walk. Zool. vii. App. xxxiv. 

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1018 LIST OF HOMOPTEROUS INSECTS. 

Distance between the first and second veins about thrice farther 
at the tips than at the base ; third vein a little farther from the se- 
cond at the tip than at the base, much farther at the base from the 
second than the second is from the first ; first fork nearer to the se- 
cond fork than to the third vein, hardly nearer to the third vein than 
the third is to the second ; second fork much nearer to the fourth 
vein than to the first fork ; fourth vein much curved near the base, 
almost straight towards the tip, twice farther from the tip of the 
rib-vein than from the second fork. 

Var. Third vein with a fork near its tip. 

Var. Third vein not farther from the second at the tip than at 
the base, twice farther at the base from the second than the second 
is from the first. 

a, b. England. Presented by F. Walker, Esq. 



201. Aphis tribulis. 

Aphis tribulis, Walk. Zool. vii. App. xxxiv. 
England. 

202.^ Aphis translata. 

Aphis translata, Walk. Zool. vii. App. xxxv. 
England. 

203. Aphis inducta. 

Aphis inducta, Walk. Zool. vii. App. xxxv. 
England. 

204. Aphis incumbens. 
Aphis incumbens, Walk. Zool. vii. App. xxxv. 
a. England. Presented by F. Walker, Esq. 

205. Aphis impacta. 
Aphis impacta, Walk. Zool. vii. App. xxxv., xlvii. 
England. 



list of homopterous insects. 1019 

206. Aphis conviva. 
Aphis conviva, Walk. ZooL vii. App. xxxvi. 
England. 

207. Aphis nociva. 

Aphis nociva, Walk. Zool. vii. App. xxxvi. 

Distance between the first and second veins full twice farther 
at the tips than at the base ; third as near to the second at the tip 
as at the base, farther from the second at the base than the second 
is from the first ; first fork nearer to the second fork than to the 
third vein, hardly nearer to the third vein than the third is to the 
second ; second fork as near to the fourth vein as to the first fork ; 
fourth vein much curved near the base, almost straight towards the 
tip, a little farther from the tip of the rib-vein than from the second 
fork. 

a, b. England. Presented by F. Walker, Esq. 

208. Aphis consona. 

Aphis consona, Walk. Zool. vii. App. xxxvi. 
England. 

209. Aphis bellula. 

Aphis bellula, Walk. Zool. vii. App. xxxvi. 
England. 

210. Aphis transmutata. 

Aphis transmutata, Walk. Zool. vii. App. xxxvii. 

Distance between the first and second veins more than twice 
farther at the tips than at the base ; third vein farther from the se- 
cond at the tip than at the base, as near to the second at the base as 
the second is to the first ; first fork generally nearer to the second 
fork than to the third vein, nearer to the third vein than the third 
is to the second; second fork a little nearer to the fourth vein than 
to the first fork ; fourth vein curved, straight near the tip, a little 
nearer to the second fork than to the tip of the rib-vein. 

a — e. England. Presented by F. Walker, Esq. 

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1020 LIST OF H0M0PTER0TJS INSECTS. 

211. Aphis convecta. 

Aphis convecta, Walk. Zool. vii. App. xxxvii. 
England. 

212. Aphis peksorbens. 

Aphis persorbens, Walk. Zool. vii. App. xxxvii. 
England. 

213. Aphis internata. 

Aphis internata, Walk. Zool. vii. App. xxxvii. 
England. 

214. Aphis transposita. 
Aphis transposita, Walk. Zool.vi. App. xxxvii. 
England. 

215. Aphis detraCta. 
Aphis detracta, Walk. Zool. vii. App. xxxviii. 
England. 

216. Aphis egeessa. 
Aphis egressa, Walk. Zool. vii. App. xxxviii. 
England. 

217. Aphis devecta. 
Aphis devecta, Walk, Zool. vii. App. xxxviii. 
England. 

218. Aphis inserta. 

Aphis inserta, Walk*. ZooL vii. App. xxxix. 
England. 



LIST OF HOMOPTEROUS INSECTS. 1021 



219. Aphis nutricata. 
Aphis nutricata, Walk. Zool. vii. App. xxxix. 
England. 

220. Aphis mactata. 

Aphis mactata, Walk. Zool. vii. App. xxxix. 
England. 

221. Aphis insita. 
Aphis insita, Walk. Zool. vii. App. xxxix. 
England. 

222. Aphis assidua. 

Aphis assidua, Walk. Zool. vii. App. xl. 
England. 

223. Aphis inculta. 

Aphis inculta, Walk. Zool. vii. App. xliii. 
England. 

224. Aphis kobusta. 

Aphis robusta, Walk. Zool. vii. App. xliii. 
England. 

225. Aphis alterna. 

Aphis alterna, Walk. Zool. vii. App. xliii. 
England. 

226. Aphis secunda. 

Aphis secunda, Walk. Zool. vii. App. xliv. 
England. 






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1022 USX OF HOMOPTEROUS INJECTS. 



227. Aphis transiens. 

Aphis transiens, Walk. Zool. vii. App. xliv. 
England. 

228. Aphis illata. 

Aphis illata, Walk. Zool. vii. App. xliii. 
England. 

229. Aphis re lata. 

Aphis relata, Walk. Zool. vii. App. xliv. 
England. 

230. Aphis tertia. 
Aphis tertia, Walk. Zool. vii. App. xlv. 
England. 

231. Aphis indecisa. 

Aphis indecisa, Walk. Zool. vii. App. xlv. 
England. 

232. Aphis incerta. 

Aphis incerta, Walk. Zool. vii. App. xlv. 
England. 

233. Aphis Inul^e. 

Aphis Inulae, Walk. Zool. vii. App. xlv. 

The viviparous winged, female. Wings colourless ; veins pale ; 
brands dusky towards the tips ; distance between the first and se- 
cond veins at the tips about twice that at the base ; third a little 
nearer to the second at the base than at the tip, a little farther from 
the second at the base than the second is from the first ; first fork as 
near to the third vein as to the second fork, much nearer to the 









LIST OF HOMOPTEROUS INSECTS. 1023 

third vein than the third is to the second ; second fork as near to the 
fourth vein as to the first fork ; fourth vein much curved, very little 
nearer to the tip of the rib-vein than to the second fork. 

Var. First fork much nearer to the third vein than to the 
second fork ; second fork nearer to the fourth vein than to the first 
fork. 

England. 

234. Aphis conspersa. 

Aphis conspersa, Walk. Zool. vii. App. xlvi. 
England. 

235. Aphis coneusa. 
Aphis confusa, Walk. Zool. vii. App. xlvi. 
England. 

236. Aphis indistincta. . 

Aphis indistincta, Walk. Zool. vii. App. xlvi. 
England. 

237. Aphis adjecta. 

Aphis adjecta, Walk. Zool. vii. App. xlvi. 
a. England. Presented by F. Walker, Esq. 



238. Aphis vacillans. 

Aphis vacillans, Walk. Zool. vii. App. xlvii. 
England. 

239. Aphis rufula. 
Aphis rufula, Walk. Zool. vii. App. xlvii. 
a — c. England. Presented by F. Walker, Esq. 



1024 LIST OF HOMOPTEBOUS INSECTS. 



240. Aphis picta. 

Aphis picta, Walk. Zool. vii. App. xlvii. 

a — d. England. Presented by J. Hardy, Esq. 

241. Aphis impacta. 

Aphis impacta, Walk. Zool. vii. App. xlviii. 

Distance between the first and second veins at the base more 
than twice that between them at the tips ; third farther from the 
second at the tip than at the base, farther from the second at the 
base than the second is from the first ; first fork a little nearer to the 
second than to the third vein, nearer to the third vein than the 
third is to the second ; second fork generally as near to the fourth 
vein as to the first fork ; fourth vein much curved near the base, 
almost straight towards the tip, much nearer to the second fork than 
to the tip of the rib-vein. 

a—c. England. Presented by J. Hardy, Esq. 



242. Aphis exul. 

Aphis exul, Walk. Zool. vii. App. xlviii. 

Distance between the first and second veins at the tips much 
more than twice farther than at the base ; third much farther 
from the second at the tip than at the base, as near to the se- 
cond at the base as the second is to the first; first fork much 
nearer to the second fork than to the third vein, very little nearer to 
the third vein than the third is to the second ; second fork a little 
nearer to the first fork than to the fourth vein ; fourth vein more or 
less curved, much nearer to the second fork than to the tip of the 
rib-vein. 

a—f. England. Presented by F. Walker, Esq. 



243. Aphis advena. 

Aphis advena, Walk. Zool. vii. App. xlviii. 
England. 



LIST OF HOMOPTEROUS INSECTS. 1025 



244. Aphis qilerens. 

Aphis quaerens, Walk. Zool. vii. App. xlviii. 

Distance between the first and second veins at the tips about 
twice that between them at the base ; third a little farther from the 
second at the tip than at the base, much farther from the second at 
the base than the second is from the first ; first fork nearer to the 
third vein than to the second fork, much nearer to the third vein 
than the third is to the second ; second fork nearer to the fourth 
vein than to the first fork ; fourth vein much curved near the base, 
almost straight towards the tip, a little nearer to the second fork 
than to the tip of the rib- vein. 

a. England. Presented by F. Walker, Esq. 



245. Aphis assueta. 

Aphis assueta, Walk. Zool. vii. App. xlix. 
England. 

246. Aphis Bartsle. 
Aphis Bartsiae, Walk. Zool. vii. App. xlix. 
a—j. England. Presented by F. Walker, Esq. 

247. Aphis tenuior. 

Aphis tenuior, Walk. Zool. vii. App. xlix. 
England. 

248. Aphis Gnaphalii. 

Aphis Gnaphalii, Walk. Zool. vii. App. 1. 
a. England. Presented by F. Walker, Esq. 



249. Aphis atom aria. 

Aphis atomaria, Walk. Zool. vii. App. 1. 
a. England. Presented by F. Walker, Esq. 



1026 LIST OF HOMOPTEROUS INSECTS. 

250. Aphis derelicta. 

Aphis derelicta, Walk. Zool. vii. App, 1. 

Distance between the first and second veins more than twice 
farther at the tips than at the base ; thivd vein a little nearer to the 
second at the base than at the tip, nearer to the second at the base 
than the second is to the first ; first fork much nearer to the second 
fork than to the third vein, not nearer to the third vein than the 
third is to the second ; second fork sometimes nearer to the fourth 
vein than to the first fork ; fourth vein curved near the base, almost 
straight towards the tip, much nearer to the second fork than to the 
tip of the rib- vein. 

a — e. England. Presented by F. Walker, Esq. 

251. Aphis Euphrasia. 

Aphis Euphrasia?, Zool. vii. App. li. 

a. England. Presented by F. Walker, Esq. 

252. Aphis tincta. 

Aphis tincta, Walk. Zool. vii. App. li. 
England. 

253. Aphis pr^eterita. 

Aphis praeterita, Walk. Zool. vii. App. Hi. 
England. 

254. Aphis pollinosa. 

Aphis pollinosa, Walk. Zool. vii. App. lii. 
England. 

255. Aphts despecta. 

Aphis despecta, Walk. Zool. vii. App. liii. 
England. 



LIST OF HOMOPTEROUS INSECTS. 1027 



256. Aphis Epilobiina. 
Aphis Epilobiina, Walk. Zool. vii. App. liii. 

Distance between the first and second veins more than twice 
farther at the tips than at the base ; third a little farther from the 
second at the tip than at the base, farther from the second at the 
base than the second is from the first ; first fork nearer to the second 
fork than to the third vein, nearer to the third vein than the third 
is to the second; second fork a little nearer to the first than to the 
fourth vein ; fourth vein curved, a little nearer to the second fork 
than to the tip of the rib -vein. 

Var. ? Black : abdomen green, with a row of black dots on each 
side : feelers fully as long as the body : mouth pale yellow, with 
a black tip : nectaries pale green, about one-sixth of the length of 
the body: legs pale yellow, moderately long ; feet, knees, and thighs 
from the middle to the tips black : wings colourless, much longer 
than the body ; wing-ribs and rib-veins pale yellow ; wing-brands 
pale brown ; the other veins brown. 

a — z. England. (In Canada Balsam). From Mr. Walker's col- 
lection. 



257. Aphis consumpta. 

Aphis consumpta, Walk. Zool. vii. App. liv. 
England. 

258. Aphis pilosa. 
Aphis pilosa, Walk. Zool. vii. App. liv. 



England. 



259. Aphis flaveola. 



Aphis flaveola, Walk. Zool. vii. App. lv. 
England. 



1028 list of homopterous insect8. 

260. Aphis Chrysanthemi. 

Aphis Chrysanthemi, Walk. Zool. vii. App. lvi. 

Distance between the first and second veins about twice farther 
at the tips than at the base ; third farther from the second at the 
tip than at the base, not farther from the second at the base than 
the second is from the first ; first fork nearer to the second fork at 
the tip than to the third vein, hardly nearer to the third vein than 
the third is to the second ; second fork a little nearer to the fourth 
vein than to the first fork ; fourth vein curved, almost straight to- 
wards the tip, much nearer to the second fork than to the tip of the 
rib-vein. 

a, b. England. Presented by F. Walker, Esq. 

261. Aphis introducta. 
Aphis introducta, Walk. Zool. vii. App. lvii. 
England. 

262. Aphis apposita. 

Aphis apposita, Walk. Zool. viii. App. ciii. 
England. 

263. Aphis lata. 
Aphis lata, Walk. Zool. viii. App. ciii. 
England. 

264. Aphis diminuta. 
Aphis diminuta, Walk. Zool. viii. App. ciii. 
England. 

265. Aphis Cerasicolens. 
Aphis cerasicolens, Fitch, The Semite, No. 30, 65. 
New York. 

266. Aphis Asclepiadis. 
Aphis Asclepiadis. Fitch, The Senate, No. 30, 65, 
New York. 



LIST OF HOMOPTEROUS INSECTS. 1029 



267. Aphis Cornifolle. 



Aphis cornifoliae, Fitch, The Senate, No. 30, 65. 
New York. 

268. Aphis CraTjEGIfolle. 

Aphis crataegifoliae, Fitch, The Senate, No. 30, 66. 
New York. 

269. Aphis BetuljECOLENs. 

Aphis betulaecolens, Fitch, The Senate, No. 30, 66. 
New York. 

270. Aphis Sambucifolls:. 
Aphis sambucifoliae, Fitch, The Senate, No. 30, 66. 
New York. 

271. Aphis Pin icolens. 

Aphis pinicolens, Fitch, The Senate, No. 30, 66. 
New York. 

272. Aphis Populifolije. 

Aphis populifoliae, Fitch, The Senate, No. 30, 66. 
New York. 

273. Aphis Rudbeckue. 

Aphis Rudbeckiae, Fitch, The Senate, No. 30, 66. 
New York. 

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1030 LIST OF HOMOPTEROUS INSECTS. 



274. Aphis ■ 



Lachnus Abietis, Fitch, The Senate, No. 30, 67. 
New York. 



275. Aphis Quercifoli.e. 

Lachnus Quercifoliae, Fitch, The Senate, No. 30, 67. 
New York. 



276. Aphis Salicellis. 

Aphis salicellis, Fitch, The Senate, No. 30, 67. 
New York. 

277. Aphis Alnifoli-SE. 

Lachnus Alnifoliae, Fitch, The Senate, No. 30, 67. 
New York. 



278. Aphis farinosa. 

Aphis farinosa, Deg. Ins. iii. 76, 11, pi. 3, f. 31, pi. 4, f. 10 — 13. 
Gmel. Ed. Syst. Nat. i. 4, 2210, 73. 

Sweden. 



279. Aphis fuscula. 

Aphis fuscula, Zett. Ins. Lapp. i. 2, 311, 10. 
Lapland. 

280. Aphis pilosa. 

Apis pilosa, Zett. Ins. Lapp. i. 31 1, 3. 
Lapland. 



list of homopterous insects. 1031 

281. Aphis eufipes. 

Aphis rufipes, Hartig, Germ. Ent. Zeit. iii. 369, 1. 
Germany. 

282. Aphis Cytisorum. 

Aphis cytisorum, Hartig, Germ. Ent. Zeit. 370, 14. 
Germany. 

283. Aphis calliptera. 

Aphis callipterus, Hartig, Germ. Ent. Zeit. iii. 369. 
Germany. 

284. Aphis pallipes. 

Aphis pallipes, Hartig, Germ. Ent. Zeit. iii. 369, 6. 
Germany. 

285. Aphis ? 



Aphis Vitelline, Hartig, Germ. Ent. Zeit. iii. 369, 3. 
Germany. 

286. Aphis viminalis. 

Aphis viminalis, Hartig, Germ. Ent. Zeit. iii. 369, 2. 
Germany. 

287. Aphis pilicobnis. 

Aphis pilicornis, Hartig, Jahrb. iii. 369. 
Germany. 

288. Aphis Tulips. 

Aphis Tulipae, Fonscol. Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. x. 167, 7. 
France. 

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1032 LIST OF HOMOPTEROUS INSECTS. 



289. Aphis Tuberose. 

Aphis Tuberosae, Fonscol. Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. x. 180, 22. 
France. 



290. Aphis Aurantii. 

Aphis Aurantii, Fonscol. Ann. Soc. Ent, Fr. x. 178, 18. 
France. 



291 . Aphis ? lapidaria. 

Chermes lapidarius, Fabr. Syst. Rhyn. 306, 19. 
Lachnus lapidarius, Burnt. Handb. Ent. ii. 1, 92, 1. 
Austria. 



292. Aphjs glandulosa. 

Aphis glandulosa, Kalt. Ent. Zeit. vii. 170. 
Prussia. 



293. Aphis Cerastii. 

Aphis Cerastii, Kalt. Ent. Zeit. Stett. vii. 171. 

Distance between the first and second veins at the tips full 
twice that between them at the base ; third vein as far from the se- 
cond at the tip as at the base, as near to the second at the base as 
the second is to the first ; first fork a little nearer to the third vein 
than to the second fork, as near to the third vein as the third is to 
the second ; second fork a little nearer to the fourth vein than to the 
first fork; fourth vein short, slightly curved, much nearer to the tip 
of the rib-vein than to the second fork. 

a— d. Prussia. Presented by F. Walker, Esq. 



LIST OF HOMOPTEROUS INSECTS. 1033 



294. Aphis setosa. 
Aphis setosa, Kalu Ent, Zeit. Stett. vii. 1 72. 

Abdomen beset with spines. This species is perhaps one of the 
group which is represented by A. Juglandis, &e. 

a — d. Prussia. Presented by F. Walker, Esq. 

295. Aphis valida. 

Nigra, robmta, hirta ; antennae ferruginece, pilosa, apice nigra ; 
scutellum ferrugineum ; pedes ferruginei, pilosi, tibiis apice 
tarsisque nigris ; alee subcinerea, venis fusco marginatis. 

Black, stout, hairy : feelers ferruginous, hairy, rather thick, a 
little shorter than the body ; fourth joint hardly half the length of 
the third; fifth, sixth, and seventh black; fifth as long as the 
fourth ; sixth a little more than half the length of the fifth ; seventh 
as long as the sixth, but much more slender: scutcheon ferruginous 
nectaries spindle-shaped, about one-sixth of the length of the body 
legs stout, ferruginous, hairy ; feet and tips of the shanks black 
wings slightly gray; veins stout, black, clouded with brown; rib- 
vein brown, forming a very obtuse angle beneath the rib-vein, which 
is pale brown ; distance between the first and second veins at the 
base about half that between them at the tips ; third hardly nearer 
to the second at the tip than at the base, farther from the second at 
the base than the second is from the first; third vein and its forks 
slightly curved towards the fourth vein ; first fork at the tip a little 
nearer to the second fork than to the third vein, a little farther from 
the third vein than the third is from the second ; second fork very 
little nearer to the fourth vein than to the first fork ; fourth vein 
curved near the base, straight towards the tip, nearer to the second 
fork than to the tip of the rib-vein. Length of the the body 2 lines ; 
of the wings 4 lines. 

England. 

296. Aphis subterranea. 

Viridis vel rufa ; antennis apice thoracis disco femoribus tibiisque 
apice tarsisque obscuris ; alis limpidis. 

A. Ranunculi, Var. ? 

Dull green or pale red, stout, convex, somewhat oval : front al- 
most straight : feelers stout, hardly half the length of the body ; 

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1034 LIST OF HOMOPTEROUS INSECTS, 

fourth joint about half the length of the third ; fifth a little shorter 
than the fourth ; sixth shorter than the fifth ; seventh slender, almost 
as long as the fourth, fifth, and sixth : nectaries about one-twentieth 
of the length of the body : legs short. 

The viviparous winged female. More slender than the wingless 
insect, almost elliptical : feelers more than half the length of the 
body : disk of the chest dark : nectaries about one-fifteenth of the 
length of the body : legs moderately long ; feet and tips of the thighs 
and of the shanks brownish : wings colourless ; distance between 
the first and second veins more than twice farther at the tips than at 
the base ; third a little nearer to the second at the base than at the 
tip, a little nearer to the second at the base than the second is to the 
first; first fork a little nearer to the second fork than to the third 
vein, a little nearer to the third vein than the third is to the second ; 
second fork as near to the fourth vein as to the first fork ; fourth 
curved near the base, almost straight towards the tip, very much 
nearer to the second fork than to the tip of the rib-vein. In July, 
on the roots of the parsnip, occasionally at the depth of one foot be- 
neath the surface, whereto it crawls when the wings are about to be 
developed. Length of the body 1 line ; of the wings 2f lines. 

a — r. England. (In Canada Balsam). From Mr. Walker's collec- 
tion. 



297. Aphis terricola. 

Aphis terricola, Rondani, Nuovi Annali delle Scienze Naturali di 
Bologna, Novembre, 1847. 

Italy. 

298. Aphis insita. 

Viridi-rufa, ovata aut elliptica, convexa, disco nigra ; pedes gra- 
ciles, femoribus tibiisque apice tarsisque nigris ; alis limpidis. 

The viviparous wingless female. Oval, plump, shining, dull 
greenish red, with a black disk : front hardly convex : feelers much 
shorter than the body ; fourth joint more than half the length of the 
third; fifth much shorter than the fourth; sixth shorter than the 
fifth ; seventh a little longer than the fifth and the sixth : nectaries 
about one-eighth of the length of the body: legs of moderate 
length. 



LIST OF HOMOPTEBOUS INSECTS. 1035 

The viviparous winged female. Almost elliptical : feelers as 
long as the body : nectaries almost one-sixth of the length of the 
body: legs rather long; feet and tips of thighs and of shanks 
blackish : wings colourless ; rib-veins and brands pale ; distance be- 
tween the first and second veins very much farther at the tips than 
at the base ; third vein a little nearer to the second at the base than 
at the tip, as near to the second at the base as the second is to the 
first ; first fork generally as near to the third vein as to the second 
fork, generally as near to the third vein as the third is to the second ; 
second fork a little nearer to the fourth vein than to the first fork ; 
fourth vein more or less curved, generally nearer to the second fork 
than to the tip of the rib-vein. In May, on Cineraria. Length of 
the body f line ; of the wings 2 lines. 

a — e. England. (In Canada Balsam). Presented by F. Walker, 
Esq. 

299. Aphis Abbotani. 

Pallida ; thoracis discus niger ; alee limpidce. 

Pale ; disk of the chest dark : feelers, nectaries, and legs of 
moderate length : wings colourless ; distance between the first and 
second veins at the base half of that between them at the tips ; third 
much nearer to the second at the base than at the tip, as near to 
the second at the base as the second is to the first ; first fork hardly 
nearer to the second fork than to the third vein, very much nearer to 
the third vein than the third is to the second ; second fork as near to 
the fourth vein as to the first fork ; fourth vein curved near the base, 
almost straight towards the tip, farther from the tip of the rib- vein 
than from the second fork. 

England. 

300. Aphis Abietabia 

Nigra, obscura, convexa, subovata, albo pollinosa ; antennae corpo- 
ris dimidio vix longiores ; cornicula brevia ; pedes sat breves. 

The viviparous wingless female. Nearly oval, very convex, dull 
coal-black, with a slight white tinge, rather larger than A. Abietina : 
feelers rather more than half the length of the body : legs are rather 
short : nectaries about one-twelfth of the length of the body. 
a. England. Presented by F. Walker, Esq. 



1036 LIST OF HOMOPTEROUS INSECTS. 



301. Aphis egens. 

Pallida et aptera vel nigra et alata ; hujus thoracis segmentorum 
margines Jlavo-virides ; abdomen flavo-viride, lateribus nigro 
maculatum, corniculis brevissimis ; antennce corpore non lon- 
giores ; pedes fcem. alatce nigri, feinoribus anticis tibiisque 
fiavis. 

The viviparous wingless female. Bright lemon-colour, inclining 
to white beneath, oval, convex, very small, rather short: feelers 
black, as long as the body, yellow at the base : mouth pale yellow, 
with a black tip, nearly reaching the hind hips : nectaries yellow, 
with black tips, hardly one-twelfth of the length of the body : legs 
pale yellow ; knees, feet, and tips of shanks black. 

Var. /3. Yellowish white. 

Var. y. Saffron-colour. 

The viviparous winged female. Black : feelers shorter than the 
body : mouth dull yellow, with a black tip : fore border and hind 
border of fore-chest and fore-breast dull greenish yellow : abdomen 
dark yellowish green, with a row of black spots on each side: necta- 
ries black, about one-twelfth of the length of the body : fore-thighs 
and shanks except their tips dull yellow: wing-ribs pale yellow; 
rib-veins yellow ; brands pale brown ; branch-veins brown. 

England. 

302. Aphis Hippophaes. 

Flava, fusiformis ; thoracis discus in alatis fuscus ; antennce cor- 
pore breviores ; cornicula mediocria ; alee limpidce. 

T7ie viviparous wingless female. Pale yellow, spindle-shaped, 
sometimes tinged with red : a few green dots on the back, and a 
row of transverse green spots along each side of the body : front 
bristly: feelers shorter than the body ; first joint angular on the in- 
ner side of its tip; fourth joint much shorter than the third; fifth 
shorter than the fourth ; sixth much shorter than the fifth ; seventh 
a little longer than the sixth : nectaries from one-fifth to one-sixth 
of the length of the body. 

The viviparous winged female. Disk of the chest brownish : 
wings colourless; distance between the first and second veins about 
twice farther at the tips than at the base ; third very much farther 



LIST OF HOMOPTEROUS INSECTS. 1037 

from the second at the tip than at the base, very much nearer to the 
second at the base than the second is to the first; first fork a little 
nearer to the second fork than to the third vein, nearer to the third 
vein than the third is to the second ; second fork a little nearer to 
the first fork than to the fourth vein ; fourth vein curved near the 
base, straight towards the tip, nearer to the tip of the rib- vein than 
to the second fork. Length of the body f line ; of the wings 2 
lines. 

England. 



303. Aphis Melissa. 

Pallida, minuta, elliptica ; antenna corpore multo longiores ; cor- 
nicula longissima. 

The viviparous wingless female. Elliptical, pale yellow, very 
small : front narrow, with a conical protuberance on each side: feel- 
ers very much longer than the body ; fourth joint about half the 
length of the third ; fifth as long as the fourth ; sixth much shorter 
than the fifth ; seventh as long as the third : nectaries about one- 
third of the length of the body : legs long. Length of the body 
i line. 

England. 

304. Aphis Cisti. 

Flavescens, minuta, brevis, lata, fere elliptica ; antenna corpore bre- 
viores ; cornicula brevia. 

The viviparous wingless female. Yellowish, convex, small, short, 
brown, almost elliptical : front slightly convex : feelers much shorter 
than the body ; joints from the third to the sixth successively decreas- 
ing in length ; seventh more than twice the length of the sixth : 
nectaries about one-eighth of the length of the body : legs rather 
short. 

The viviparous winged female. Feelers a little shorter than the 
body: wings colourless ; distance between the first and second veins 
more than twice farther at the tip than at the base ; third more than 
twice farther from the second at the tip than at the base ; very little 
farther at the base from the second than the second is from the first; 
first fork nearer to the second than to the third vein ; second fork 
often wanting ; fourth vein slightly curved, farther from the tip of 



1038 LIST OF HOMOPTEROUS INSECTS. 

the rib-vein than from the second fork. Length of the body £ line; 
of the wings Inline. 

Scotland. 

305. Aphis Poje. 

Aphis Poae, Hardy, North British Agriculturist , ii. 788. {Dec. \%th, 
1850). 

Scotland. 

306. Aphis Stellarle. 

Aphis Stellarise, Hardy, North British Agriculturist, ii. 788. 
Aphis Holci, Hardy, North British Agriculturist, ii. 531. 

Scotland. 

307. Aphis Erice. 

Aphis Eric®, Hardy, MSS, 

Viridis, minuta, nitens, convexa, subgranulosa ; vertex bifoveolata ; 
antennae corpore longiores ; abdomen substylatum, corniculis 
ellipticis. 

" Grass-green, small, shining, flask-shaped, convex above, very 
slightly granulose : two minute foveae on the crown, and a very mi- 
nute notch in front : legs testaceous : mouth with a black tip: feel- 
ers springing from slight tubercles, setaceous, dusky, longer than 
the body ; first and second joints greenish ; third long ; fifth shorter 
than the fourth ; sixth very short ; seventh long and slender : sides 
margined, somewhat dusky : a style at the tip of the abdomen : 
nectaries elliptical : legs of moderate length, slightly pubescent, 
dusky greenish ; shanks, excepting a band near each tip and tips of 
the thighs, darker; claws black. Length of the body about f 
line." Hardy, MSS. 

Scotland. 

308. Aphis humilis. 

Flava, gracilis, fusiformis ; frons trituberculata ; antennae corpo- 
ris dimidio vix longiores ; cornicula brevissima ; pedes sat 
breves. 

The viviparous wingless female. Pale yellow, long, slender, 
spindle-shaped, rather flat: three tubercles on the front: feelers 



LIST OF HOMOPTEKOUS INSECTS. 1039 

very slender, about half the length of the body ; fourth joint about 
half the length of the third ; fifth as long as the fourth ; sixth a little 
shorter than the fifth ; seventh more than twice the length of the 
sixth : abdomen with a short style at the tip : nectaries less than 
one-twelfth of the length of the body : legs rather short. Length 
of the body 1 line. 

a. England. (In Canada Balsam). Presented by F. Walker, 
Esq. 



309. Aphis Betulina. 

Fuscescens ; antenna corpore breviores ; cornicula pallida, medio- 
cria ; pedes pallidi, tibiis apice tarsisque nigricantibus ; alee 
limpidce. 

The viviparous winged female. Small, brownish : feelers pale 
towards the base, rather stout, shorter than the body ; fourth joint 
much shorter than the third ; fifth as long as the fourth ; sixth a 
little shorter than the fifth ; seventh about twice the length of the 
sixth : nectaries pale, about one-sixth of the length of the body : 
legs pale ; feet and tips of the shanks blackish : wings colourless ; 
distance between the first and second veins more than twice farther 
at the tips than at the base ; third very much nearer to the second at 
the base than at the tip, as near to the second at the base as the se- 
cond is to the first ; first fork a little nearer to the third vein than to 
the second fork, very much nearer to the third vein than the third is 
to the second ; second fork a little nearer to the fourth vein than to 
the first fork ; fourth vein slightly curved, much farther from the tip 
of the rib-vein than from the second fork. Length of the body i 
line ; of the wings li line. 

England. 

310. Aphis superabilis. 

Obscure fiavescens, convexa, sat lata, subelliptica ; antenna corpore 
plus minusve breviores ; thoracis discus in alatis niger ; pedes 
pallidi, femoribus tibiisque apice tarsisque fuscis ; alee lim- 
pidce. 

The viviparous wingless female. Dingy yellow, convex, rather 
broad, almost elliptical : front slightly convex : feelers about half 
the length of the body ; fourth joint much shorter than the third ; 



1040 LIST OF HOMOPTEROUS INSECTS. 

fifth shorter than the fourth ; sixth shorter than the fourth ; seventh 
about twice the length of the sixth : nectaries a little more than one- 
twentieth of the length of the body : legs of moderate length. 

The viviparous winged female. Feelers almost as long as the 
body ; seventh joint about thrice the length of the sixth : disk of the 
chest black : legs pale ; feet and tips of the thighs and of the shanks 
brownish : wings colourless ; distance between the first and second 
veins almost twice farther at the tips than at the base ; third much 
nearer to the second at the base than at the tip, as near to the second 
as the second is to the first; first fork nearer to the third vein than 
to the second fork, much nearer to the third vein than the third is to 
the second ; second fork generally a little nearer to the fourth vein 
than to the first fork; fourth vein much curved, a little farther from 
the tip of the rib-vein than from the second fork. 

a — c.England. (In Canada Balsam). From Mr. Walker's collec- 
tion. 

311. Aphis gracilis. 

Nigricans , gracilis, subtus pollinosa ; antennae corpore vix breviores ; 
abdomen viride, corniculis brevissimis ; pedes pallidi, femori- 
bus tibiisque apice tarsisque nigris ; alee albce. 

Blackish, slender, covered beneath with white powder: feelers 
slender, nearly as long as the body ; fourth joint very much shorter 
than the third ; fifth shorter than the fourth ; sixth subclavate,much 
shorter than the fifth; seventh longer than the fifth: abdomen 
green; nectaries very short: legs pale, long, slender; feet and tips 
of the thighs and of the shanks black: wings white; brands pale, 
rather long ; veins black towards the tips ; distance between the first 
and second veins at the tips about thrice that between them at the 
base ; third much farther from the second at the tip than it is at the 
base, a little farther from the second at the base than the second is 
from the first; first fork at the tip nearer to the third vein than to 
the second fork, much nearer to the third vein than the third is to 
the second ; second fork nearer to the fourth vein than to the first 
fork ; fourth vein curved, especially near the base, nearer to the se- 
cond fork than to the tip of the rib-vein. From the willow, in 
October. Length of the body l£ line ; of the wings 3£ lines. 

Var. First fork wanting towards the tip. 

a. England. Presented by F. Walker, Esq. 



LIST OF HOMOPTEROUS INSECTS. 1041 



312. Aphis Veratri. 

Nigra, ovata, convexa, obscura, cinereo pollinosa ; antenna corporis 
dimidio vix breviores ; cornicula corporis deeima longitudine ; 
pedes albi, femoribus tibiisque apice tarsisque nigris. 

The viviparous wingless female. Black, oval, convex, small, not 
shining, with a slight gray bloom : feelers nearly half the length of 
the body : nectaries about one-tenth of the length of the body : 
legs white ; feet and tips of thighs and of shanks black. A. Rumi- 
cis, Var? From Veratrum album. Length of the body f line. 

Switzerland. 



313. Aphis triphaga. 

Nigra, fusif or mis, viridis, aut nigro-viridis, albo pollinosa; an- 
tenna basi jiavm, corporis dimidio vex breviores ; cornicula 
alba, apice nigra, corporis deeima non longiores ; pedes jftavi, 
tibiis apice genubus tarsisque nigris. 

The viviparous wingless female. Small, spindle-shaped, very 
variable in colour, being either black, dark olive-green, or dull red, 
always covered with white bloom : feelers black, pale yellow towards 
the base, hardly half the length of the body : mouth pale yellow, 
with a black tip : nectaries white, hardly one-tenth of the length of 
the body; tips black: legs pale yellow, moderately long; knees, 
feet, and tips of shanks black. On Epilobium. 

England. 



314. Aphis inhjerens. 

Pallideflava, subovata, depressa, setosa ; antennae gracillinus, cor- 
poris dimidio paullo breviores ; cornicula brevissima ; pedes 
breves. 

The viviparous wingless female. Pale yellow, flat, bristly, in- 
creasing in breadth from the head, till near the tip of the abdomen : 
mouth nearly reaching the middle hips: feelers very slender, rather 
less than half the length of the body; fourth joint much shorter 
than the third ; fifth a little shorter than the fourth ; sixth as long 

PART IV. 3 Y 



1042 LIST OF HOMOPTEROUS TN8ECTS. 

as the fifth ; seventh a little longer than the sixth : front convex in 
the middle with a slight tubercle on each side : eyes dark piceous, 
prominent : legs slender, rather short ; fore-legs but little shorter 
than the hind legs ; shanks straight : nectaries less than one-twen- 
tieth of the length of the body. On the Birch. Length | line. 

England. 

315. Aphis impingens. 

Flava, depressa, subovata ; antenna corporis quadrante breviores ; 
cornicula nulla ; pedes breves, validi. 

The viviparous wingless female. Body yellow, rather flat, in- 
creasing in breadth from the head till near the tip of the abdomen : 
head forming a half circle, rounded in front : eyes piceous, on the 
top of the head, not on the sides as is usual : feelers not one-fourth 
of the length of the body; first and second joints short; fourth 
much shorter than the third ; fifth and sixth of moderate length ; 
seventh very short : mouth not reaching much beyond the fore-hips ; 
fore-chest moderately large ; sides convex ; nectaries not rising 
above the surface of the abdomen : legs short, rather stout ; fore- 
legs seated some way in advance of the fore hinder legs : abdomen 
rounded behind. On the Birch. Length of the body f line. 

England. 



316. Aphis diphaga. 

Aptera. Parva, ovata, convexa, obscure" flava, viridi varia; an- 
tennm flava, apice nigra?, corpnre paullb longiores ; cornicula 
viridia, corporis quadrante vix breviores ; pedes longi, flavi, 
tibiis apice tarsisque nigris. 

Alata. Nigra vel nigro-fusca, nitens, linearis, pedes flavi ; femoribus 
tibiisque apice tarsisque nigris ; alee limpida. 

The viviparous wingless female. Small, oval, convex, smooth, 
not shining, pale yellow, and mottled with green : feelers pale yel- 
low with black tips, a little longer than the body : mouth pale yel- 
low with a black tip : nectaries dark green, about one-fourth of the 
length of the body: legs long, pale yellow; feet and tips of the 
shanks black. 



LIST OF HOMOPTEROUS INSECTS. 1043 

The viviparous winged female. Linear, shining, black or very 
dark brown : feelers and nectaries black : legs pale yellow : feet, 
tips of thighs and shanks black : wings nearly twice the length of 
the body ; wing-ribs and rib-veins pale yellow ; brand and veins 
very pale brown. On Epilobium. 

England. 

317. Aphis Salvue. 

Nigra* sat gracilis ; antenna validce, corpore paullb breviores ; 
cornicula corporis quinta parte vix breviores ; tibia pallidce 
subpilosce ; alee hyalina. 

The viviparous winged female. Black, rather slender : feelers 
rather stout, a little shorter than the body ; fourth joint much 
shorter than the third ; fifth a little shorter than the fourth ; sixth a 
little shorter than the fifth ; seventh a little longer than the sixth : 
nectaries about one-fifth of the length of the body : legs rather 
long : shanks pale, somewhat hairy : wings colourless ; distance be- 
tween the first and second veins much more than twice farther at 
the tips than at the base ; third vein almost twice farther from the 
second at the tip than at the base, much farther from the second at 
the base than the second is from the first; first fork very much 
nearer to the second fork than to the third vein, a little nearer to the 
third vein than the third is to the second ; second fork a little nearer 
to the first fork than to the fourth vein ; fourth vein curved, straight 
near the tip, much nearer to the second fork than to the tip of the 
rib- vein. From Salvia pratensis. Length of the body 1 line ; 
of the wings 3 lines. 

a. Switzerland. Presented by F. Walker, Esq. 



318. Aphis palans. 

Oleaginea, longa, linearis, subcylindrica, albo pollinosa; an- 
tennae nigrce, corporis triente non longiores ; pedes breves, vi- 
rides, tibiis apice tarsisque nigris. 

The wingless female. Olive-green, long, linear, almost cylin- 
drical, powdered with white : feelers black, setaceous, about one- 
third of the length of the body : legs dull green, short ; hips, feet, 
and tips of shanks black. 

England. 

3y2 



1044 LIST OF HOMOPTEROUS INSECTS. 



319. Aphis reducta. 

Viridi-fulva, convexa, subovata ; antennae graciles, corpore multo 
longiores ; cornicula corporis decima longitudine ; pedes longi, 
graciles. 

The viviparous wingless female. Greenish-tawny, convex, pear- 
shaped ; front straight, bristly : feelers slender, much longer than 
the body; fourth joint much shorter than the third; fifth a little 
shorter than the fourth ; sixth a little more than half the length of 
the fifth ; seventh almost as long as the fifth and sixth : abdomen 
more than twice the breadth of the chest, with a style at the tip : 
nectaries a little shorter than the style, and about one-tenth of the 
length of the body : legs long and slender. From the Sea Worm- 
wood. Length of the body 1 line. 

England. 



320. Aphis persequens. 

Viridis, ovata, convexa ; antennee gracillimce, corpore longiores; 
cornicula corporis quadrante longitudine; pedes longi, gra- 
ciles ; alee hyalince. 

The viviparous wingless female. Allied to A. Ulmaria. Pale 
green, oval, convex : front narrow : feelers very slender ; first joint 
stout, seated on a protuberance ; fourth much snorter than the third ; 
fifth a little shorter than the fourth ; sixth not half the length of the 
fifth ; seventh longer than the third : abdomen with a very short 
style : nectaries slender, as long as one-fourth of the body : legs 
long and slender. 

The viviparous winged female. Wings colourless; veins pale ; 
distance between the first and second veins much more than twice 
farther at the tips than at the base ; third a little nearer to the se- 
cond at the base than at the tip, a little nearer to the second at the 
base than tbe second is to the first ; first fork much nearer to the 
second fork than to the third vein, not nearer to the third vein than 
the third is to the second ; second fork as near to the fourth vein as 
to the first fork ; fourth vein slightly curved, much nearer to the tip 
of the second fork than to the tip of the rib-vein. From the Tansy. 
Length of the body 1 J line ; of the wings 2 lines. 



LIST OF HOMOPTEEOUS INSECTS. 1045 

Var. Second and third veins united by a cross-vein ; fourth 
wanting towards the tip. 
England. 

321. Aphis Menthje. 

Pallide flava, subfusiformis; antenna graciles, corpore paullb lon- 
giores ; cornicula corporis octava longitudine ; pedes graciles 
sat longi. 

Pale yellow, almost spindle-shaped : front narrow : feelers 
slender, a little longer than the body ; first joint seated on a tubercle ; 
fourth much shorter than the third ; fifth a little shorter than the 
fourth ; sixth shorter than the fifth ; seventh long, slender : abdo- 
men with a very short style : nectaries about one-eighth of the 
length of the body: legs slender, rather long. From Mentha 
hirsuta. Length of the body i line. 

England. 



322. Aphis tentans. 

Fulva y ovata, convexa ; antenna corporis dimidio non longiores ; 
cornicula brevissima ; pedes breves. 

Tawny, oval, convex: front narrow, slightly convex: feelers 
about half the length of the body ; fourth joint a little shorter than 
the third ; fifth much shorter than the fourth ; sixth shorter than 
the fifth ; seventh as long as the fifth and sixth: nectaries about 
one-twentieth of the length of the body : legs short. From Mentha 
hirsuta. Length of the body i line. 

England. 



323. Aphis ascita. 

Aptera. Flavo-viridis, ovata, convexa ; antenna corporis paullb 
longiores ; cornicula obscura, corporis decima non longiores. 

Alata. Thoracis discus nigricans; ala hyalina. 

The viviparous wingless female. Yellowish-green, oval, con- 
vex : front slightly convex : feelers a little longer than the body ; 

3 y3 



1046 LIST OF HOMOPTEROUS INSECTS. 

fourth joint much shorter than the third ; fifth a little shorter than 
the fourth ; sixth shorter than the fifth ; seventh longer than the 
fifth and the sixth : abdomen with a very short style at the tip : 
nectaries darker than the body, and about one-tenth of its length : 
legs of moderate length. 

The viviparous winged female. Disk of the chest dark : wings 
colourless ; distance between the first and second veins much more 
than twice farther at the tips than at the base ; third much farther 
from the second at the tip than at the base, much farther from the 
second at the base than the second is from the first; first fork as 
near to the third vein as to the second fork, much nearer to the third 
vein than the third is to the second ; second fork nearer to the first 
fork than to the fourth vein ; fourth vein curved, almost straight to- 
wards the tip, as far from the second fork as from the tip of the rib- 
vein. From the leaves of the Melon and the Cucumber. Length 
of the body i line ; of the wings l£ line. 

England. 



324. Aphis Ranunculina. 

Pallideflava, fere elliptica ; f route angusta, utrinque tuberculata ; 
antennis corpore paullb longioribus; corniculis pedibusque 
sat longis. 

Pale yellow, almost elliptical : front narrow : feelers slender, 
a little longer than the body ; first joint seated on a slight tubercle ; 
fourth more than half the length of the third ; fifth shorter than 
the fourth ; sixth much shorter than the fifth ; seventh more than 
twice the length of the sixth ; nectaries about one-sixth of the 
length of the body : legs slender, rather long. Length of the body 
| line. 

a — h. England. (In Canada Balsam). From Mr. Walker's collec- 
tion. 



325. Aphis 



Aphis Zea3, Curt. Ruricola, Gard. Ckron. ii. 4, 1842. 
England. 



LIST OF HOMOPTEROUS INSECTS. 1047 



326. Aphis 



Aphis Saliceti, Harris, Ins. Mass. 190. 
United States. 



Genus 2. SCHIZONEURA. 

Schizoneura, Hartig, Germ. Ent. Zeit. in. 367, pi. 1, f. 23, 24. 

Kalt. Ratz. 
Aphis, p., Linn., Deg., Fair., Schranh, Rossi, GmeL, Hausmann, 

FonscoL, Harris. 
Eriosoma, Leach, Samouelle, Westw., Mosley, Fitch. 
Myzoxylus, Blot, Mem. Soc. Linn. Calvados, i. 114. Latr. Tou- 

gard, Amyot et Serv. 
Coccus, Bingley. 
Cinara, p., Curtis. 
Mhnaphidus, Rondani Osservazioni sopra parecchie specie di esapodi 

Afidicidi ; Nuovi Annali delle Seringe Naturali di Bologna, 

1847. 



1. SCHIZONEUEA CoRNI. 

Schizoneura Corni, Hartig, Germ. Ent. Zeit. iii. 367. Kalt. Mon. 

Pflan. 168, 1. 
Aphis Corni, Fabr. Sp. Ins. ii. 385, 15. Mant. Ins. ii. 315, 18. 

Syst. Ent. 736, 13. Ent. Syst. iv. 214, 19. Syst. Rhyn. 297, 19. 

GmeL Ed. Syst. Nat. i. 2204, 47. Schrank, Faun. Boic. ii. 

106, 1188. Rossi, Faun. Etrusc. 261, 1376. FonscoL Ann. 

Soc. Ent. Fr. x. 188, 30. 
Cornifex, Amyot, Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. 2me Serie, v. 483. 

Small, black : the base of the abdomen paler : feelers rather 
more than half the length of the body: mouth yellow, with a black 
tip: legs black, moderately long ; fore-thighs yellow at the base: 
wings slightly tinged with gray, much longer than the body ; wing- 
ribs pale ; veins and brand black ; the latter large almost elliptical ; 
distance between the first and second veins at the base about one- 
third of that between them at the tips ; second vein very slightly 
undulating ; third vein much nearer to the second towards the base 
than at the tip, nearer to the second at the tip than the second is to 
the first ; fork at the tip farther from the third vein than the third 



1048 LIST OF HOMOPTEROUS INSECTS. 

is from the second, as far from the third vein as from the fourth ; 
fourth curved near the base, straight towards the tip, farther from 
the rib-vein than from the fork. 

Var. Second vein more undulating, about six times farther from 
the first at the tip than at the base. 

a. England. Presented by F. Walker, Esq. 



2. SCHIZONEURA LANIGERA. 

Aphis lanigera, Hausmann, Illig. Mag. i. 440, 50. Sir Joseph 
Banks, Hort. Soc. Trans, ii. 162, pi. 11. Forsyth, 265, Month- 
ly Mag. xxxii. 320 {and for August, 1811). Gard. Mag. Jan. 
1828. Kirby $• Spence, Intr. Ent. i. 29, 200 ; ii. 225 ; iii. 182. 
Salisbury, Hints on Orchards, 39. Knapp, Journ. Naturalist, 
Buel, New Engl. Farmer, vii. 169; ix. 178. Harris, his. 
New Engl. 193, 1843, 267, 3454. Ann. Sci. Nat. 1831. 
DAreilly, Bull. Acad. Ebb. 1834. Audouin, Ann. Soc. 
Ent. Fr. iv. 9, App. Goureau, Ann. Soc. Ent. 2me Se"rie, ii. 

Coccus Mali, Bingley, Anim. Biog. iii. 200. 

Eriosoma Mali, Leach, MSS. Samouelle, Comp. i. 16. Sir Oswald 
Mosley, Gard. Chron. i. 828. 

Myzoxylus Mali, Blot, Mem. de la Soc. Linn, du Calvados^ i. 114, 
1824. Mem. Soc. Agric. de Caen, 1830, 58. Latr. Fam. Nat. 
4207. Amyot et Serv. Hist. Nat. Hem. 612. Tougard, Ann. 
Soc. Hortic. Paris, xiv. 341. 

Schizoneura lanigera, Hartig, Germ. Ent. Zeit. iii. 367. Kalt. Mon. 
Pfian. i. 169,2. 

Aphis (Schizoneura) lanigera, Ratz. Forst. Ins. iii. 221, 31. 

Myzoxylus, Amyot, Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. 2me Serie, v. 481,532. 

Lachnaphis, Amyot, Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. 2me Serie, v. 483. 

Eriosoma lanigera, Ruricola t Gard. Chron. iv. 116. Fitch, The 
Senate, No. 30, 67. 

a—o. England. (In Canada Balsam). From Mr. Walker's col- 
lection. 

3. Schizoneura lanuginosa. 

Schizoneura lanuginosa, Hartig, Germ. Mag. iii. 367. Kalt. Mon. 

Pfian. 170, 3. 
Aphis (Schizoneura) lanuginosa, Ratz. Forst. Ins. iii. 220, 1, pi. 13, 

f. 1. 



LIST OF HOMOPTEROUS INSECTS. 1049 

Aphis, Rkaum. Ins. iii. Hausm. III. Mag. i. 440. 
Aphis Ulmi, Fonscol. Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. x. 1 90, 33. 
Laehnodaphis, Amyot, Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. 2me Serie, v. 483. 

Europe. 

4. SCHIZONEURA TrEMUL£. 

Schizoneura Tremulae, Kalt. Mon. Pfian. 171, 4. 

Aphis (Schizoneura) Tremulae, Ratz. Forst. Ins. iii. 222, 32. 

Aphis Tremulae, Deg. Ins. iii. 62, 15, pi. 7, f. 1 — 7. Linn. Syst. 

Nat. ii. 736, 28. Faun. Suec. 997. Gmel. Ed. Syst. Nat. i. 

4, 2208, 28. Fabr. Syst. Rhyn. 302, 55. Stew. El. Nat. 

Hist. ii. 111. 
Tremulifex, Amyot, Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. 2me SSrie, v. 483. 

Europe. 

5. Schizoneura Ulmi. 

Aphis Ulmi, Linn. Syst. Nat. ii. 733, 2. Faun. Suec. 976. It. 

Scand. 203. Fabr. Sp. Ins. ii. 385, 7. Mant. Ins. ii. 316, 37. 

Ent. Syst. iv. 217, 36 Syst. Rhyn. 299, 37. Gmel. Ed. Syst. 

Nat. i. 2202, 2. Reaum. Ins. iii. 281—350, pi. 25, f. 4—7. 

Geoff. Ins. Par. i. 494, 1, pi. 10, f. 3. Deg. Ins. iii. 81, 13, 

pi. 5, f. 7—18. Bonnet, Hist. Nat. i. 8, pi. 1, f. 3. Latr. Gen. 

iii. 173. Schrank, Faun. Boic. ii. 1, 109. Rossi, Faun. Etr use. 

263, 1391. Berk. Syn. i. 119. Stew. El. Nat. Hist. ii. 110. 

Turt. Syst. Nat. ii. 706. Shaw, Gen. Zool. vi. pi. 58, f. inf. 

Fonscol. Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. x. 190, 33. St. Farg. et Serv. x. 

248. Nouv. Diet. Hist. Nat. xxviii. 254. 
Aphis foliorum-Ulmi, Deg. Ins. iii. 13, pi. 5, f. 7 — 22. 
Eriosoma Ulmi, Sir Oswald Mosley, Gard. Chron. i. 828. 
Schizoneura Ulmi, Kalt. Mon. Pflan. i. 173, 5. 
Aphis (Schizoneura) Ulmi, Ratz. Forst. Ins. iii. 221, 29. 
Chermes Ulmi? Burm. Handb. Ent. ii. 91, 3. 
Schizoneura, Amyot, Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. 2me Serie, v. 483, 533. 
Cinaia Gallarum-Ulmi? Ruricola, Gard. Chron. iv. 37. 

Dull black ; feelers stout, black, moniliform, slightly setaceous, 
shorter than the body : abdomen very short, slightly covered with 
gray filaments : legs moderately long : wings colourless, very much 
longer than the body ; wing-ribs black ; brand and veins brown ; 
brand linear, rather long, acutely angular at each end ; distance 



1050 LIST OF HOMOPTEROUS INSECTS. 

between the first and second veins at the tips full eight times that 
between them at the base ; third vein nearer to the second towards 
the base than at the tip, much nearer to the second at the tip than 
the second is to the first ; fork not nearer to the third vein than the 
third is to the second, nearer to the fourth vein than to the third ; 
fourth vein long, straight, slightly curved near the base, much 
nearer to the fork than to the tip of the rib-vein. 

a — z. England. (In Canada Balsam). From Mr. Walker's collec- 
tion. 

6. SCHIZONEURA REAUMURI. 

Schizoneura Reaumuri, Kalt. Mon. Pflan. 175, 6, f. 4, 5. 

Aphis, &c, Rkaum. Ins. iii. pi. 23, f. 1 — 3. 

Aphis (Schizoneura) Reaumuri, Ratz. Forst. Ins. iii. 221, 30. 

Europe. 

7. Schizoneura costata. 

Schizoneura costata, Hartig, Germ, Ent. Zeit. iii. 367. 
Lachnus costatus, Hartig, Jahresbericht. 

Germany. 

8. Schizoneura alba. 

Aphis (Schizoneura) alba, Ratz. Forst. Ins. iii. 222, 34, pi. 13, f. 3. 
Germany. 

9. Schizoneura stigma. 

Cinara stigma, Curt. Ruricola, Gard. Chron. iv. 37, 1844. 

Wings whitish : brand black, broad, irregularly elliptical ; dis- 
tance between the first and second veins at the base hardly one- 
sixth of that between them at the tips ; third vein nearer to the se- 
cond towards the base than at the tip, nearer to the second at the 
tip than the second is to the first ; fork much nearer to the fourth 
vein than to the third, farther from the third than the third is from 
the second ; fourth vein long, straight, slightly curved near the base, 
more than twice farther from the tip of the rib-vein than from the 
fork. 

England. 



LIST OF HOMOPTEBOUS INSECTS. 1051 

10. SCHIZONEURA OBSCUBA. 

Nigra ; alee cinerece, stigmate nigro lato subovato. 

Black, a little broader than £. Corni : wings gray; brand 
lack, broad, almost oval ; distance between the first and second 
>ins at the base hardly one-fourth of that between them at the tips ; 
urd vein nearer to the second towards the base than at the tip, 
'•arer to the second than the second is to the first ; fork much 
earer to the fourth vein than to the third, a little farther from the 
hird than the third is from the second ; fourth vein moderately 

ong, straight, curved near the base, much nearer to the tip of the 

fork than to the rib-vein. Length of the body J — 1 line ; of the 

wings 2\ — 2f lines. 

a. England. Presented by J. C. Dale, Esq. 

11. SCHIZONEURA TUBBIDA. 

Nigra ; alee cinerece, stigmate fusco sat lato subfusiformi. 

Black, rather slender: wings gray ; brand brown, rather broad, 
irregularly spindle-shaped, acutely angular at each end ; distance 
between the first and second veins at the base not more than one- 
eighth of that between them at the tips ; third vein nearer to the 
second towards the base than at the tips, not half so far at the tips 
from the second as the second is from the first ; fork hardly nearer 
to the third vein than to the fourth, hardly nearer to the third than 
the third is to the second ; fourth vein long, straight, slightly curved 
towards the base, much nearer to the fork than to the tip of the rib- 
vein. Length of the body 1 line ; of the wings 3 lines. 
England. 

12. SCHIZONEURA ALBIPENNIS. 

Nigra ; aim albce, stigmate nigrofusco sublineari, venis albis. 

Black, thick, rather broad : feelers shorter than the body : 
wings white ; brand dark brown, rather broad, almost linear, form- 
ing an obtuse angle at the base of the fourth vein, and an acute 
angle at the tip ; veins white, very indistinct. Length of the body 
1 line ; of the wings 3 lines. 

England. 



1052 LIST OF HOMOPTEROUS INSECTS. 



13. SCHIZONEURA? LANATA. 

Aphis lanata, Zett. Ins. Lapp. i. 2, 311, 5. 
Lapland. 

14. SCHIZONEURA? PyBI. 

Eriosoma Pyri, Fitch, The Senate, No. 30, 68. 
New York. 

15. SCHIZONEURA ? TESSELLATA. 

Eriosoma tessellata, Fitch, The Senate, No. 30, 68. 
New York. 

16. SCHIZONEURA? IMBRICATOR. 

Eriosoma imbricator, Fitch, The Senate, No. 30, 68. 
New York. 



Genus 3. THELAXES. 

Thelaxes, Westw. Intr. Ent. i. 118. 

Vacuna, Von Heyden, Kalt. Mon. Pflan. 177. Ratz. 

1. Thelaxes Betul^e. 

Vacuna Betulae, Heyden, Kalt. Mon. Pflan. 177, 1, f. 19—21. 
Aphis (Vacuna) Betulae, Ratz. Forst. Ins. iii. 223, 38. 
Tremulinax, Amyot, Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. 2me Skrie, v. 483. 

Var. Green, with dark brown bands : head black. 

a — c. England. (In Canada Balsam). Presented by F. Walker, 
Esq. 

2. Thelaxes dryophila. 

Aphis dryophila, Schrank, Faun. Boic. ii. 1, 113. 1210. 
Vacuna dryophila, Heyden, Kalt. Mon. Pflan. 178, 2. 
Aphis (Vacuna) dryophila, Ratz. Forst. Ins. iii. 223. 
Vacuda, Amyot, Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. 2me Serie, v. 483, 534. 
Cinaria Quercus, Sir Oswald Mosley, Gard. Chron. i. 621. 



LIST OF HOMOPTEEOUS INSECTS. 1053 

Var. Reddish brown, broad, short-oval, slightly convex, red to- 
wards the head and along the middle of the body, which beneath is 
dull pale red and covered with a white bloom : feelers black, not 
one-fourth of the length of the body : mouth pale red, with a black 
tip, reaching the hind-hips. 

Var. Pale green, with a white stripe from the head extending 
along two-thirds of the back : feelers and legs white ; the former 
are not half the length of the body : mouth white, with a black tip. 
When very young it is pale yellow, with two vivid irregular green 
stripes on the back. 

Var. Feelers whitish, not one half the length of the body : 
mouth whitish, with a brown tip, extending a little beyond the hind 
hips : legs whitish ; feet and tips of shanks brown. As it grows it 
becomes broader, and acquires a red hue, which first appears about 
the head and the chest, and afterwards overspreads the whole body. 
When full-grown, the head, feelers, legs, some spots on each side of 
the thorax, and the greater part of the back of the abdomen are very 
dark red, and it is covered with white bloom: mouth pale green, 
reaching beyond the middle-hips ; its tip is brown. During 
its growth it exhibits many varieties and shades of colour between 
green and pale red and dark red, and is sometimes mottled with all 
these hues. 

The viviparous winged female. Dark brown: abdomen pale 
brown : feelers pale brown, dark brown at the base, more than half 
the length of the body : mouth brown : legs pale brown : wings co- 
lourless, horizontal when at rest, much longer than the body ; wing- 
ribs and veins brown. 

a — O.England. (In Canada Balsam). From Mr. Walker's collec- 
tion. 



Genus 4. PEMPHIGUS. 

Pemphigus, Hartig, Germ. Ent. Zeit. iii. 366, pi. 1, f. 21, 22. Kalt., 

Westw. 
Aphis, p., Linn., Fair., Rossi, Schrank, Sulz., Gmel., Kirby fy 

S pence, Fonscol. 
Eriosoma, Heyden, Mosley, Jenyns. 
Aphioides et Baizongia, Rondani Osservazioni, SfC, Nuovi Annali 

delli Scienze Naturali di Bologna, 1847, 64. 

PART IV. 3 Z 



1054 LIST OF HOMOPTEROUS INSECTS. 



1. Pemphigus Gnaphalii. 

Pemphigus Gnaphalii, Kalt. Mon. Pflan. 180, 1. 
Aphis Filaginis ? Fonscol. Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. x. 188, 31. 

The wingless female. Oval, pale yellowish green or dark gray, 
thickly covered with white powder: feelers Hack : mouth pale yel- 
low, with a black tip, reaching the middle-hips : eyes black : legs 
dull yellow, moderately long; feet and tips of shanks black ; thighs 
sometimes black. 

Scotland. Presented by J. Hardy, Esq. 



2. Pemphigus affinis. 

Pemphigus affinis, Kalt. Mon. Pflan. i. 182, 2, f. 15. 
Aphis (Pemphigus) affinis, Ratz. Forst. Ins. iii. 222, 36. 
Aphis ? Reaum. Ins. iii. pi. 27, f. 5, 6. 

Europe. 

3. Pemphigus bursarius. 

Pemphigus bursarius, Kalt. Mon. Pflan. 182, 3, f. 13, 14. 

Aphis (Pemphigus) bursarius, Ratz. Forst. Ins. iii. 222, 35. 

Aphis bursaria, Linn. Syst. Nat. ii. 756, 29. Faun. Suec. 998. It. 

Scand. 311. Fabr. Sp. Ins. ii. 385, 8. Mant. Ins. ii. 315, 9. 

Ent. Syst. iv. 212, 9. Syst. Rhyn. 295, 9. Geoff. Ins. Par. i. 

497, 11. Hofm. Altd. Hort. 51. Seha, Mus. i. pi. 38, f. 8. 

Jung. Verm. 161, 162. Rupp. Jenens. iii. 333. Hort. Amb. pi. 

96. Merian, Ins.Europ.i. 15, pi. 42. Sivammerd. Ins. 45, f. 

22—25. Reaum. Ins. iii. pi. 26, f. 7—11. Gmel. Ed. Syst. 

Nat. i. 4, 2208, 29. Schrank, Faun. Boic. ii. 113, 1211. 

Stew. El. Nat. Hist.n. 111. Turt. Syst. Nat. ii. 703, Hausm. 

III. Mag. i. 434, 1. Bunn. Handb. Ent. ii. 189, 1. Kirby & 

Spence, Intr. Ent. i. 451. Fonscol. Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. x. 193, 

33. 
Eriosoma Populi, Sir Oswald Mosley, Gard. Chron. i. 828. 
Pemphigus, Amyot, Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. 2me SSrie, v. 484, 535. 
Aphioides bursaria, Rondani, Osservazioni, fyc. 64, 847. 
Eriosoma bursaria, Ruricola, Gard. Chron. iv. 164. 

a — z. England. (In Canada Balsam). From Mr. Walker's collec- 
tion. 



LIST OF HOMO PTE ROUS INSECTS. 1055 



4. Pemphigus Bumelle. 

Pemphigus Bumeliae, Kalt. Mon. Pflan. 184, 4. 
Aphis (Pemphigus) Bumeliae, Ratz. Forst. Ins. iii. 223, 37. 
Aphis Bumeliae, Schrank, Faun. Boic. ii. 102. 
Eriosoma Bumeliae, Heyd. Mus. Senk. ii. 3, 295. 
Bumelifex, Amyot, Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. 2me Serie, v. 484. 

a, b. Prussia. Presented by F. Walker, Esq. 
c — e. ? 

5. Pemphigus Ranunculi. 

Pemphigus Ranunculi, Kalt. Mon. Pflan. 185,5. 

Aphis Polyanthis ? Sulz. Ins. 105, pi. 11, f. 4, 5. Gmel. Ed. Syst. 

Nat. i. 4, 2209, 61. 
Aphis Graminis ? RSaum. Ins. iii. 339. 
Aphis radicum,? Fonscol. Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. x. 195, 37. 
Eriosoma Lactucae? Sir Oswald Mosley, Gard. Chron. i. 828. 

Jenyns. 
Pemphigus Lactucae ? Westw. Gard. Chron. 
Aphis of the China Aster ? Rusticus, Ent. Mag. i. 218. Harris, Ins. 

Mass. 190. 

The wingless female. Lives on roots throughout the year, and 
is enveloped in the white cottony matter which exudes from its body. 
Elliptical, pale greenish yellow or pale yellow, very plump ; the su- 
tures of its segments indistinct : feelers brown or dull yellow, with 
a brown tip to each joint: mouth brown or yellow, reaching the 
middle-hips or the hind-hips : legs brown or yellow, rather short, 
slender, weak; hips small, far apart; shanks as long as the thighs ; 
feet very short ; knees, feet, and tips of shanks sometimes black. 



The winged female. Appears in the middle of September, and 
continues till the middle of October. While a pupa yellow: fore- 
chest large; middle-chest, hind-chest, and segments of the abdo- 
men short, and of nearly equal size : feelers gray, as long as one- 
fourth of the body : eyes black : mouth pale yellow, with a gray tip : 
abdomen pale yellow : legs gray, short : rudimentary wings dark. 
With a white bloom when the wings are developed : fore-chest dark 
green, subquadrate ; its breadth twice its length : feelers black, monili- 
form : mouth pale green, with a black tip : legs black, moderately 

3 z2 



1056 LIST OF HOMOPTEROUS INSECTS. 

long ; thighs pale green at the base : wings a little longer than the 
body ; wing-ribs yellow or pale green ; brand brown, with a dark 
brown border ; veins brown. 

a — c. Prussia. Presented by F. Walker, Esq. 
d — r. England. (In Canada Balsam). From Mr. Walker's col- 
lection. 

6. Pemphigus Degeeri. 

Pemphigus Degeeri, Kalt. Mon. Pflan. 186, 6. 
a — d. Prussia. Presented by F. Walker, Esq. 



7. Pemphigus Xylostei. 

Pemphigus Xylostei, Kalt. Mon. Pflan. 187, 7. 

Aphis Xylostei, Deg. Ins. iii. 96, 16, pi. 7, f. 8. Turt. Syst. Nat. ii. 

709. 
Pemphigus Lonicerae, Hartig, Germ. Zeit. JEnt. iii. 367. 
Xylosthaetins, Amyot, Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. 2me Serie, v. 484. 

a, b. Prussia. Presented by F. Walker, Esq. 



8. Pemphigus Pedunculi. 

Pemphigus Pedunculi, Hartig, Germ. Ent. Zeit. iii. 367. 
Germany. 

9. Pemphigus Fraxint. 

Pemphigus Fraxini, Hartig, Germ. Ent. Zeit. iii. 367. 

Aphis Fraxin ? Geoff. Ins. Par. i. 494, 2. Fabr. Sp. Ins. ii. 386, 

19. Mont. Ins. ii. 316, 23. Ent. Syst. iv.215, 23. Syst. Rhyn. 

297, 23. Gmel. Ed. Syst. Nat. i. 2206, 53. Stew. El. Nat. 

Hist. ii. 110. Turt. Syst. Nat. ii. 705. Samouelle, Comp. i. 4. 

Kalt. Mon. PJlan. i. 140, 106. 
Germany. 



LIST OF HOMOPTEROUS INSECTS. 1057 



10. Pemphigus Americanos. 

Nigra, albo lanuginosa; alis subcinereis, stigmate et venis nigro- 
fuscis. 

A little smaller and more slender than P. Bumelice ; brand 
darker than that of P. Xylostei ; distinguished from both species 
by its darker veins. Black, covered with white cotton-like matter : 
wings slightly gray ; brand and veins dark brown. Length of the 
body 1 line ; of the wings 4 lines. 

a — d. Nova Scotia. From Lieut. Redman's collection. 



11. Pemphigus globosus. 

Pallide viridis, globosa, pollinosa ; thorax in alato obscurus. 

Pale green, short, broad, almost globose, thickly covered with 
white powder: feelers short: rib-vein diverging much from the fore 
border beneath the brand, converging more abruptly to it beyond 
the base of the fourth vein ; first and second veins united at the base, 
diverging much from thence to the tips ; third vein simple, wanting 
for one-third of the length from the base, nearer to the second at the 
tip than the second is to the first ; fourth slightly curved near the 
base, straight from thence to the tip, as near to the third vein as to 
the tip of the rib- vein. From the roots of the Scarlet Runner, in 
November. 

a — r. England. (In Canada Balsam). From Mr. Walker's collec- 
tion. 

12. Pemphigus? Pistaci/E. 

Aphis Pistaciae, Linn. Syst. Nat. ii. 737, 33. Fabr. Sp. Ins. ii. 389, 
42. Mant. Ins. ii. 317, 47. Ent. Syst. iv.219,48. Syst. Rhyn. 
301, 48. Gmel. Ed. Syst. Nat. i. 14, 2209, 33. Siml tit. 
Ges. 49. Carrier. Epit. 51. Lob. Icon. 100. Dodon. Pempt. 
780. Bauh. Hist. i. 279. Theodr. Hist. 1439. Reaum. Hist. 
Nat. Ins. Hi. 281, 350, pi. 24, f. 6, pi. 25, f. 1—3. Rossi, Faun. 
Etrusc. 264, 1399. Hofmann, Edl. von Hofmannsthal {Die 
Caruba di Guided), 1842. Kirby fy Spence, Intr. Ent. i. 451. 
Fonscol. Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. x. 192, 34. Kalt. Mon. Pfian. 
140, 108. Ferussac, Nouv. Bull. Sci. iii. Bull. Soc. Phil. 
1812, 1813. 

3 z 3 



1058 LIST OF HOMOPTEROUS INSECTS. 

Baizongia Pistaciee, Rondani, Osservazioni, frc. Nuovi Annali 
delta Scienze Naturali di Bologna, 64, 1847. 

South of Europe. 

13. Pemphigus? Sinensis. 

The insect forming the Chinese galls, Doubleday, Pharm. Journ. 
vii. 310. 

" Chest and abdomen becoming gradually wider to the tip of the 
abdomen, which is rounded at the outer angle, and emarginate in 
the middle of the hind margin : feelers five-jointed, short, rather 
stout, about half as long as the body ; first and second joints short 
and stout ; second longer than the first ; third much longer, equal to 
both first and second combined ; fourth rather longer than the se- 
cond, broadest at the tip ; fifth about equal in length to the third 
and fourth combined, subfusiform, contracted a little before the tip : 
labrum short, pointed : mouth short, dilated before the tip : legs 
short ; feet apparently two-pointed, furnished with two claws.'' 

a. China. 

14. Pemphigus? OlejE. 

Eriosoma Oleae, Leach, Risso, Hist. Nat. des Prin, Prod, de VEur. 
Merid. v. 

Thorax gray: head dirty green: eyes purplish violet-black: 
antennae gray: their tips purplish black : abdomen and back inclin- 
ing to green: legs gray: wings purplish brown : last segment of the 
abdomen purplish black. 

South of Europe. 

Genus 5. TETRANEURA. 

Tetraneura, Hartig, Germ. Ent. Zeit. iii. 366. Kalt. 
Aphis, p., Geoff., Reaum., Deg., Von Gleichen. 
Byrsocrypta, Haliday, Westw. 



LIST OF HOMOPTEROUS INSECTS. 1059 



1. Tetraneura Ulmi. 

Tetraneura Ulmi, Hartig, Germ. Ent. Zeit. iii. 366. Kalt. Mon. 

Pflan. 189,1, f. 10—12. 
Aphis (Tetraneura) Ulmi, Ratz. Forst. Ins. iii. 222, pi. 13, f. 2. 
Aphis f galbarium Ulmi, Geoff. Ins. Par. i. 494, 1, pi. 10, f. 3. 

Iteaum. Ins. iii. 299, pi. 25, f. 4—7. Beg. Ins. iii. 89, 14, pi. 

4, f. 15—17. Von Gleichen, Vers. Gesch. Blattl. Vim. i. 21. 

Bonnet, Hist. Nat. i. 8, pi. 1, f. 3. Gmel. Ed. Syst. Nat. i. 4, 

2210, 72. 
Tetraneura, Amyot, Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. 2me SSrie, 484, 536. 
Byrsocrypta Ulmi gallarum, Haliday, Ann. Nat. Hist. 1839, 189. 
Europe. 



2. Tetraneura pallida. 

Byrsocrypta pallida, Haliday, Ann. Nat. Hist. 1839, 189. 
England. 

3. Tetraneura alba. 

Tetraneura alba, Ratz. Forst. Tns. iii. 222, pi. 13, f. 3. 
Germany. 



4. Tetraneura nigricornis. 

Tetraneura nigricornis, Hartig, Jahresb. iii. 366. 
Germany. 



5. Tetraneura? Ham amelidis. 

Byrsocrypta hamamelidis, Fitch, The Senate, No. 30, 69. 
New York. 



1060 LIST OF HOMOPTEROUS INSECTS. 

Genus 6. RHIZOBIUS. 
Rhizobius, Burnt. Handb. Ent. ii. 1, 87. Hartig, Kalt. 

1. Rhizobius Pilosell^e. 

Rhizobius Pilosellae, Burm. Handb. Ent. ii. 1, 87, 1. Kalt. Mon. 

Pflan. 208, 1, f. 35 
Rhizobius, Amyot y Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. 2me Serie, v. 486, 540. 

Germany. 

2. Rhizobius Pini. 

Rhizobius Pini, Burm. Handb. Ent. ii. 1, 87,2. Hartig, Forst. 
Conversat. Lexikon, 8, 31, 33. Germ. Ent. Zeit. iii. 363, pi. 1, 
f. 11, 12. Kalt. Mon. Pflan. 208, 2. 

Germany. 

3. Rhizobius subterraneus. 
Rhizobius subterraneus, Kalt. Mon. Pflan. 209, 3, f. 35. 
Prussia. 

Genus 7. RHIZOTERUS. 

Rhizoterus, Hartig, Germ. Ent. Zeit. iii. 363. 
Ford a, Hey den, Kalt. 

1. Rhizoterus vacca. 
Rhizoterus vacca, Hartig, Germ. Ent. Zeit. iii. 363. 
Forda formicaria, Heyden, Kalt. Mon. Pflan. 209, 1, f. 33. 
Forda, Amyot, Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. 2me Serie, v. 486, 541. 

Very small, dull yellow from the head to more than half the 
length, dull green and slightly decreasing in breadth from thence to 
the tip of the abdomen, which is hardly convex, and has a rim on 
each side : front hairy, convex : mouth pale yellow, with a black 
tip, which appears just beyond the tip of the abdomen : feelers and 
legs slightly hairy: feelers clavate, much more than half the length 
of the body, pale yellow, brown towards the tips ; first and second 
joints short ; third very long; fourth and fifth of moderate length; 
sixth short, dart-shaped, much narrower and shorter than the fifth. 
On Sowthistle roots. Length of the body i line, or less. 



LIST OF HOMOPTEBOUS INSECTS. 1061 

Var.? Broader than long, pale dull green: feelers near half 
the length of the body : mouth a little shorter than the body, or 
much more than half its length. The young ones are green, and 
their mouths are longer than the body. Found by Mr. Hardy, un- 
der stones, near Newcastle. 

a. England. (In Canada Balsam). Presented by F. Walker, 

Esq. 
by c. Prussia. Presented by F. Walker, Esq. 

2. Rhizoterus? Zem. 

Coccus Zeae Maidis, L&on Dufour, Ann. Sci. Nat. ii. 204, pi. 10, 
f. 1. 

France. 

Genus 8. TRAMA. 

Trama, Hey den, Mus. Senk. ii. 293. Kalt. Mon. Pflan. 211. 
Rhizobius, Westwood. 



1. Trama troglodytes. 

Trama troglodytes, Heyden, Mus. Senk. ii. 293, 7. 
Trama Radicis, Kalt. Mon. Pflan. i. 211, 1, f. 34. 
Trama, Amyot, Ann. Sot: Ent. Fr. 2me Serie, v. 487, 542. 
Aphis, Sec.,' Hill, Mag. Nat. Hist. ii. 104. 

Rhizobius Helianthemi, fVestw. Proc. EnU Soc. Ann. Nat. Hist. 
xiv. 453. 

White, shining, very plump, nearly elliptical : feelers filiform, 
less than half the length of the body ; first and second joints short ; 
third very long; fourth and two following joints moderately long : 
eyes dark brown, very small, as is usual in subterranean species : 
mouth with a brown tip, reaching far beyond the base of the hind 
legs : oviduct short, with a brown tip : legs moderately long; fore- 
feet and middle-feet black, short and curved ; hind-feet long, pale 
and straight, their tips brown : the young ones are more narrow and 
linear. The hind-legs have great freedom of movement, and it often 
jerks them upright over its head, and the long hind-feet vibrate like 
feelers. It occasionally, but very rarely, acquires wings. 

a—m. England. (In Canada Balsam). From Mr. Walker's col- 
lection. 



1062 LIST OF HOMOPTEROUS INSECTS. 

Genus 9. PARACLETUS. 
Paracletus, Heyden, Kalt. Mori. Pfian. 212. 

1. Paracletus cimiciformis. 

Paracletus cimiciformis, Heydm, Kalt. Mori. Pfian. i. 2121. 
Paracletius, Amyot, Ann. Soc. Ent. Ft. 2me Serie, v, 487, 543. 

Var. ? Pale red, triangular, very narrow in front : feelers one- 
sixth of the length of the body : nectaries black, level with the sur- 
face of the abdomen : legs short. Found by Mr. Hardy, near 
Newcastle, under stones, with Schizoneura Corni and Rhizoterus 
vacca. 

The winged female. Rib-vein diverging from the fore border 
beneath the brand, and more abruptly converging to it beyond the 
base of the fourth vein ; first and second veins not extending to the 
hind border ; distance between them at the tips full thrice that at 
the base ; third vein wanting for more than one-third of the length 
from the rib-vein ; distance at the tip between it and the second vein 
a little less than that between it and its fork, and much less than 
that between the first and second veins; fourth vein curved near the 
base, straight towards the tip, much nearer to the fork of the third 
vein than to the tip of the rib-vein. 

a. England. (In Canada Balsam). Presented by F. Walker, 

Esq. 

b. Prussia. Presented by F. Walker, Esq. 



Genus 10. SMYNTHCJRODES. 
Smynthurodes, Westw. Gard. Chron. 1849 or 1850 ? 

1. Smynthurodes Bet^e. 

Smynthurodes Beta?, Westw. Gard. Chron. 1849 or 1850 ? 
England. 



LIST OF HOMOPTEROUS INSECTS. 1063 

Genus 11. ADELGES. 

Adelges, Vallot. 

Aphis, p., Deg. 

Chermes, p., Linn., Fair., Gmel., Frisch., Schrank, Hardy, (Germ. 

Ent. Zeit. 366, pi. 1, f. 17, 18). 
Psylla, p., Geoff., Kalt., Ratz. 
Eriosoma, p., Mosley. 
Sacchiphantes, Curtis. 

1. Adelges Lakicis. 

Chermes Laricis, Hartig, Jahresberichte, i. 4, 8. Germ. Zeit. Ent. 

iii. 366. Kalt. Mon. Pflan. 194. Ratz. Forst. Ins. iii. 202, pi. 

13, f. 5. 
Laricethus, Amyot, Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. 2me Serie, v. 485, 538, pi. 

7, f. 96, 97. 
The White Bug, Neivton, Journ. Agrie. New Series, No. 15, 609. 
Eriosoma Laricis, Sir Oswald Mosley, Gard. Chron. i. 828. 
Adelges Laricis, Vallot. 

a — c. England. Presented by F. Walker, Esq. 
d — h. England. (In Canada Balsam). From Mr. Walker's col- 
lection. 

2. Adelges corticalis. 

Chermes corticalis, Kalt. Mon. Pflan. i. 197, 2. 

Chermes Strobi, Hartig, Jahresb. 643. Ratz. Forst. Ins. iii. 203. 

Chermes Piceae ? Ratz. Forst. Ins. iii. 204. 

a — k. England. (In Canada Balsam). From Mr. Walker's collec- 
tion. 

3. Adelges Abietis. 

Chermes Abietis, Linn. Syst. Nat. i. 2, 738, 13. Faun. Suec. 1011. 
Lack. Lapp. i. 258. Ft. Lapp. 218, 347. It. Gotl. 180. Fair. 
Sp. Ins. ii. 392, 13. Mant. Ins. ii. 318, 13. Ent. Syst. iv. 223, 
13. Syst. Rhyn. 305, 13. Frisch. Ins. 12, 10, pi. 2, f. 3. 
Schrank, Faun. Boic. ii. 1, 143, 1256. Clus. Pannon. 20, 21. 
Gmel. Ed. Syst. Nat. i. 4, 2213, 13. Kirby Sr Spence, Intr. 
Ent. i. 325, iv. 136. Kalt. Mon. Pflan. 200, 3. Hartig, 
Convers. Lex. 145. Germ. Zeit. iii. 366. Ratz. Ent. Zeit. 
Stett. iv. 204. 



1064 LIST OF H0M0PTER0US INSECTS. 

Psylla, &c, Geoff. Ins. Par. \. 487, 5. 

Aphis gallarum Abietis, Deg. Ins. iii. 99, 17, pi. 8, f. 1 — 3. Burm. 

Handb. Ent. ii. 90, 2. De la Rue, Ent. Forest. 5, 611. 
Adelges gallarum Abietis, Holiday, Ann. Nat. Hist. 1839, 190,65, 

66. 
Chermes viridis, Ratz. Forst. Ins. iii. 201, pi. 12, f. 2. 
Elatiptus, Amyot, Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. 2me Se"rie, v. 484, 537. 
Sacchiphantes Abietis, Ruricola, Gard. Chron. (1844) iv. 831. 

a. England. Presented by F. Walker, Esq. 
b—n. England. (In Canada Balsam). From Mr. Walker's col- 
lection. 

4. Adelges strobilobius. 

Chermes strobilobius, Kalt. Mon. Pflan. 203, 4, f. 24. 
Europe. 

5. Adelges coccineus. 

Chermes coccineus, Ratz. Forst. Ins. iii. 200, pi. 12, f. 1. Stelk. 
Ent. Zeit. 1843, 202. 

Germany. 

6. Adelges? Strobi. 

Eriosoma Strobi, Fitch, The Senate, No. 30, 69. 
New York. 

Genus ? 



Chermes Castanae, Haldeman, Amer. Journ. Sci. and Art. Second 
Series, ix. No. 25, 1850, 108. 

" First and third transverse veins normal, second arising from the 
middle of the first, terminating in the normal position ; posterior 
wings without veins." 

United States. 



LIST OF HOMOPTEKOUS INSECTS. 1065 



Genus 12. PHYLLOXERA. 

Phylloxera, Boyer de Fonscol. Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. iii., Hartig, 

Westw., Kalt., Ratz. 
Vacuna, Heyden. 

1. Phylloxeea Quercus. 

Phylloxera Quercus, Fonscol. Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. iii. 223, pi. 1, f. 

4—6, x. 196, 1. Hardy, Germ. Ent. Zeit. iii. 45, pi. 1, f. 15, 

16. 
Vacuna coccinea, Heyden, Mus. Senkenberg. ii. 3, 289. 
Phylloxera coccinea, Kalt. Mon. Pflan. 205, 1, f. 30, 32. 
Aphis (Phylloxera) coccinea, Ratz. Forst. Ins. iii. 223, 39. 
Phylloxera, Amyot, Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. 2me SSrie, v. 485, 539. 

a — tt. England. (In Canada Balsam). From Mr. Walker's collec- 
tion. 



Fam. III. COCCIDjE. 

Coccidae, &c, Leach, Steph., Curt. 

Gallinsecta, Latr. 

Coccites et Aleyrodites, Newman. 

Coccidae (Monomera) et Aleyrodidae (Dimera), Westw. 

Coccina, Burnt. 

Phaceloptera, De Laporte. 

Scytinelytra (Aleurodides) et Phytathelgi, Amyot et Setv. 



Genus I. ASPIDIOTUS. 

Aspidiotus, Bouche, Naturg. Ins. 9. Burm., Curt., Westw. 

Coccus, Gmel., Stew., Dalm., Curt. 

Diaspis, Costa, Faun., Regn. Nap. Gallinsetti, 19. 

1. Aspidiotus Nerii. 

Aspidiotus Nerii, BouchS, Schadl. Gart. Ins. 52, 1. Nat. Gesch. Ins. 
i. 12, 1, pi. 1, f. 1—5. Burm. Handb. Ent. ii. 1, 67, pi. 1, f. 10. 
Ruricola, Gard. Chron. iii. 588. 

Europe. 

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1066 LIST OF HOMOPTEROUS INSECTS. 



2. Aspidiotus Ros*:. 

Aspidiotus Rosae, Boucht, Schadl. Gart. Ins. 53, 2. Nat. Gesch. 
Ins. i. 14, 2, pi. 1, f. 6. Burm. Handb. Ent. ii. 1, 68, 2. 

a — d. England. Presented by W. Longman, Esq. 

3. Aspidiotus Echinocacti. 

Aspidiotus Echinocacti, Bouche', Schadl. Gart. Ins. 53, 3. Nat. 
Gesch. Ins. i. 15, 3. Burm. Handb. Ent. ii. 1, 68, 4, pi. 2, 
f. 5. 

Mexico ? 



4. Aspidiotus Lauri. 

Aspidiotus Lauri, Boucht, Schadl. Gart. Ins. 53, 4. Nat. Gesch. 
Ins. i. 16, 4, pi. 1, f. 7, 8. Burm. Handb. Ent. ii. 1, 68, 3. 



5. Aspidiotus Palmaeojm. 

Aspidiotus Palmarura, Bouche, Nat. Gesch. Ins. i. 17,5, pi. 1, f. 15. 
Burm. Handb. Ent. ii, 1, 69, 5. 



6. Aspidiotus Salicis. 

Aspidiotus Salicis, Boucht, Ent. Zeit. Stett. v. 293, 1. 

Coccus (Aspidiotus) Salicis, Ratz. Forst. Ins. iii. 195, 3, pi. 11, f. 7. 

Coccus salicis? Mull. En. Erid. 31, 300. 



Europe. 



7. Aspidiotus Bromelle. 



Lecanium Bromeliae, Bouche', Schadl. Gart. Ins. 49, 2. Nat. Gesch. 

Ins. 20, 2, pi. 1, f.14. Kerner, Naturg. C.Brom. 1778. Burm. 

Handb. Ent. ii. 1 ,70, 2. 
Coccus Bromeliae, Ruricola, Gard. Chron. ii. 1842, 1441. 
Aspidiotus Bromeliae, Bouche, Ent. Zeit. Stett. v. 293, 2. Ruricola, 

Gard. Chron. iii. 1843, 131. 



list of homopterous insects. 1067 

8. Aspidiotus Proteus. 
Aspidiotus Proteus, Curt. Ruricola, Gard. Chron. iii. 1843, 676. 

9. Aspidiotus conchiformis. 

Coccus conchiformis, Gmel. Ed. Syst. Nat. i. 4, 2221, 37. Stew. 

EL Nat. Hist. ii. 113. 
Aspidiotus conchiformis, Ruricola, Gard. Chron. iii. 735. 

10. Aspidiotus Ostre^formis. 

Aspidiotus ostreaeformis, Curt. Ruricola, Gard, Chron, iii. 1843, 
459. 

11. Aspidiotus linearis. 

Coccus arborum linearis, Modeer, Act. Gothenb. i. 22, 14. Geoff. 

Ins. Par. i. 509, 17. Reaum. Ins. iv. pi. 5, f. 6, 7. Kir by 

and Spence, Intr. Ent. i. 201. Fitch, The Senate, No. 30, 69. 

Harris, Ins. New Engl. 201 ? Perley, Mass. Agric. Soc. 1796, 

32. 
Diaspis linearis, Costa, Faun. Regn. Nap. Gallinsetti, 21,3. 

Europe. 

12. Aspidiotus Calyptroides. 
Diaspis Calyptroides, Costa, Faun. Regn. Nap. Gallinsetti, 20, 1. 
Italy. 

13. Aspidiotus obliquus. 

Diaspis obliquus, Costa, Faun. Regn. Nap. Gallinsetti, 21, 2. 
Italy. 

14. Aspidiotus cryptogamus. 

Coccus cryptogamus, Dalm. Act. Holm. 1825, 357, 1, pi. 3, f. 1 — 17. 
Harris, Ins. New Engl. 203. 

Sweden. 

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1068 LIST OF HOMOPTEROUS INSECTS. 



15. ASPIDIOTUS HORDEOLUM. 

Coccus hordeolum, Dalman, Act. Holm. 1825, 365, 3, pi. 4, f. 1 — 5. 
Sweden. 



16. Aspidiotus ■ 



a. Germany. Presented by F. Walker, Esq. 



Genus 2. LECANIUM. 

Lecanium, Illiger, Burm., Ratz. 

Coccus, p., Linn., Fabr., Geoff'., Schaff., RSaum., Sulz., Frisch., 

Schrank, Gmel., Oliv., Modeer, Berk., Stew., Turt., Shaw., 

Haworth, Harris, Westw. 
Kermes, p., Oliv. 
Chermes, p., Geoffr. 
Calymmata, Geoffr. 
Calypticus, Group 1. Monaspidea ; 2. Polyaspidea, Costa. 



1. Lecanium Hesperidum. 

Lecanium Hesperidum, Burm. Handb. Ent ii. 1, 69, 1, pi. 1, f. 11. 
Coccus Hesperidum, Linn. Syst. Nat. i. 2, 739, 1. Faun. Suec. 

1015. Modeer, Act. Gothenb. i. 19, 8. Sedilean et Delahire, 

Mem. Acad. Paris, 1692. Fabr. Sp. Ins. ii. 393, 1. Mant. 

Ins. ii. 318, 1. Ent. Syst. iv. 224, I. Syst. Rhyn. 306, 46, 1. 

Geoff. Ins. Par. i. 505, 2. Schceff. Elem. pi. 48. Act. Paris. 

1692, 14, pi. 14. Rkaum. Ins. iv. pi. 1. Mull. Fn. Frid. 31, 

297. Sulz. Ins. pi. 12, f. 81. Frisch. Ins. xii. pi. 12. Gmel. 

Ed. Syst. Nat. i. 4, 22, 15, 1. Harris, Ins. New Engl. 199. 

Schrank, Faun. Boic. ii. 1, 143, 1257. Enc. Meth. pi. 119, 

f. 1—4. Berk. Syn. i. 122. Stew. El. Nat. Hist. ii. 113. 

Turt. Syst. Nat. ii. 712. Shaw, Gen. Zool. vi. 190, pi. 60, 

f. sup, Haworth, Ent. Trans, i. 307. Fonscol. Ann. Soc. 

Ent. Fr. iii. 208, 7. Goureau, Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. 2me Strie, 

11. Ruricola, Gard. Chron. iii. 459, 796. 
Calypticus hesperidum, Costa, Fauna del regno di Napoli, Gallin- 

setti, 8. 

a — d. Presented by F. Walker, Esq. 
e,f. ? 



LIST OF HOMOPTEROUS INSECTS. 1069 



2. Lecanium Persic^. 

Lecanium Persicae, Burm. Handb. Ent. ii. 1, 71, 3. Bouche, Ent. 

Zeit. Stett. v. 293, 1 . 
Coccus Persicae, Modeer, Act. Gothenb. i. 28, 22. Fabr. Ent. Syst. 

Suppl. 545, 5. Syst. Rhyn. 307, 5. Schrank, Faun. Boic. ii. 

1, 144, 1262. Geoffr. Ins. Par. i. 506, 5. Reaum. Ins. iv. pi. 

2, f. 4, 5. Gmel Ed. Syst. Nat. i. 4, 2220, 31. Stew. El. Nat. 
Hist. ii. 113. Bingley, Anim. Biog. iii. 197. Dum. Cons. 
Gen. pi. 39, f. 4. Fonscol. Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. iii. 207, 6. 
BouM, Schadl. Ins. 59 — 5. Ratz. Forst. Ins. iii. 191. 
Goureau, Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. 2me Serie, ii. 

Kermes Persicae, Enc. Meth. Hist. Nat. Ins. pi. 119, f. 1. 

Coccus Persicorum, Rcem. Gen. pi. 11, f. 9. Shaw, Gen. Zool. vi. 

pi. 60, f. inf. 
Coccus costatus, Schrank, Ins. Aust. 589. 

a — d. England. 

3. Lecanium Ilicis. 

Lecanium Ilicis, Burm. Handb. Ent. ii. 1, 71, 4. 

Coccus Ilicis, Linn. Syst. Nat. ii. 740, 6. Modeer, Act. Gothenb. 
i. 24, 19. Garid. Aixens. 250, pi. 23. Geoffr. Mat. Med. ii. 
782. Strobelberger, Tract, de Coc. 1620? Marsilli, Osserv. 
Nat. Kerm. 1711. Lederm. Micros. 72, pi. 36. Fabr. Sp. Ins. 
ii. 393, 5. Mant. Ins. ii. 318, 6. Ent. Syst. iv. 225, 6. £ys£. 
Rhyn. 308, 7. Reaum. Ins. iv. pi. 5, f. 1. Brandt, v. Ratz. 
Med. Zool. ii. 223. GW. i?d. fcyrf. iVa*. i. 4, 221 6, 6. ZWZ- 
lon, Travels through Spain, 18 — 31, pi. Canals, Diss. Kerm. 
1768. Bo char t, Hiero zoic. ii. 4, 27. Truchet,\Traite compl. 
du Kermes, 101. Beckmann, Hist. Invent, ii. 171 — 205. Ban- 
croft, Perm. Colours, i. 393. Parkhurst, Heb. Lex. Kirby and 
Spence, Intr. Ent. 5 eel. i. 319. Fonscol. Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. 
iii. 210, 10. Westw. Loudon, Arboretum Brit. 1910. 

Chermes Ilicis, Oliv.Enc. Meth. Hist. Nat. Ins. 

4. Lecanium Quercus. 

Coccus Quercus, Linn. Syst. Nat. ii. 740, 5. Faun. Suec. 1016. 
Fabr. Sp. Ins. ii. 393, 4. Mant. Ins. ii. 318, 5. Ent. Syst. 
iv. 225, 5. Syst. Rhyn. 307, 6. GW. Ed. Syst. Nat. i. 4, 
2216,5. Stew. El. Nat. Hist. ii. 113. Turt. Syst. Nat. ii. 
712. Oliv. Enc. MM. pi. 119, f. 5—8. Reaum. Ins. iv. pi. 
6, f. 1—4. 

4 A3 



1070 LIST OF HOMOPTEBOUS INSECTS. 

Chermes Quercus, Geoffr. Ins. Par. i. 508, 13. 
Coccus Roboris? Schrank, Faun. Boic. ii. 1, 146, 2. 
Coccus ? Audouin, Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. v. 

Europe. 

5. Lecanium Cestui. 
Coccus Cestri, BouchS, Naturg, Insect. 1. 

6. Lecanium Vitis. 

Coccus Vitis, Linn. Syst. Nat. ii. 241, 16. Fabr. Sp. Ins. ii. 395, 

18. Mant. Ins. ii. 319, 25. Ent. Syst. iv. 227, 23. Syst. 

Rhyn. 310, 24. Modeer, Act. Gothenb. i. 20, 9. Geoffr. Ins. 

Par. i. 506, 6. Act. Bonon. ii. 279, pi. 284. Galiatius, Com- 

ment. Bonon. ii. 2, 279 — 283. Reaum. Ins. iv. pi. 6, f. 5 — 7. 

Schrank, Ins. Austr. 595. Faun. Boic.ii. 1,1261,144. Gmel. Ed. 

Syst. Nat. i. 4, 2218, 16. Haworth, Ent. Trans, i. 307. Oliv. 

Enc. Meth. Ins. pi. 120, f. 13—16. Harris, Ins. New. Engl. 

205? Ratz. Forst. Ins. iii. 191. 
Calypticus spumosus, Costa, Faun. Regn. Nap. Gallinsetti, 10, 2. 
Coccus of the vine, Rusticus, Ent. Mag. ii. 510. 

a. Germany. Presented by F. Walker, Esq. 

7. Lecanium Ole^:. 

Coccus Oleae, Latreille. Oliv. Enc. Meth Ins. Toulouzan et 
NSgrel. Fonscol. Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. iii. 206, 5, ix. 109, 6. 
Goureau,Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. 2me Seric,i\. Costa, Osservazioni 
sugl. Insetti del Ulmo e delle Olive, Reale Istituto d! Incoraggia- 
mento alle Scienze Naturali di Napoli, iii. 

S. Europe. 

8. Lecanium Tili^e. 

Coccus Tiliae, Linn. Syst. Nat. ii. 741, 11. Faun. Suec. 1021. 

Mull. Fn. Frid. 31, 299. Modeer, Act. Gothenb. i. 30, 25. 

Fabr. Sp. Ins. ii. 394, 10. Mant. Ins. ii. 319, 12. Ent. Syst. 

iv. 226, 14. Syst. Rhyn. 309, 15. Reaum. Ins. iv. pi. 3, f. 

1-3. Geoffr.' Ins. Par. i. 507, 9. Gmel. Ed. Syst. Nat. i. 

4,2217,11. Steiv. EL Nat. Hist. ii. 113. TurL Syst. Nat. 

ii. 713. Oliv. Enc. Meth. pi. 120, f. 9—11. 
Coccus Tiliae ? (New York), Fitch, The Senate, No. 30, 69. 

Europe. 



LIST OF HOMOPTEEOUS INSECTS. 1071 



9. Lecanium Coryli. 



Coccus Coryli, Linn. Syst. Nat. ii. 741, 10. Faun. Suec. 1026. 

Modeer, Act. Gothenb. i. 29, 23. RSaum. Ins. iv. pi. 3, f. 4 — 1 0. 

Mull. Fn. Frid. 31 , 298. Geoffr. Ins. Par. i. 507, 10. Fabr. 

Sp. Ins. ii. 394, 7. Mant. Ins. ii. 319, 9. Ent. Syst. iv. 225, 

11. Syst. Rhyn. 308, 12. Gmel. Ed. Syst. Nat. i. 4, 2217, 10. 

Stew. EL Nat. Hist. ii. 113. Turt. Syst. Nat. ii. 713. Oliv. 

Enc. MM. pi. 120, f. 2—8. 
Calypticus laevis, Costa, Faun. Regn. Nap. Gallinsetti, ii. 3. 

Europe. 

10. Lecanium Rorismarinis. 

Coccus Rorismarini, Fonscol. Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. iii. 217, 18, pi. 3, 
A. f. 10—12. 

France. 

11. Lecanium Buxi. 
Coccus Buxi, Fonscol. Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. iii. 218, 19, pi. 3, A. f.13. 

12. Lecanium Aonidum. 

Coccus Aonidum, Linn. Syst. Nat. ii. 739, 2. Fabr. Sp. Ins. ii. 
393, 2. Mant. Ins. ii. 318, 2. Ent. Syst. iv. 224, 2. Syst. 
Rhyn. 307, 2. Modeer, Act. Gothenb. i. 30. 26. Gmel. Ed. 
Syst. Nat. i. 4, 2215,2. 

Asia. 

13. Lecanium Betul^e. 

Coccus Betulas, Linn. Syst. Nat. ii. 740, 7. Faun. Suec. 1017. 
Fabr. Sp. Ins. ii. 394, 8. Mant. Ins. ii. 319, 10. Ent. Syst. 
iv. 226, 12. Syst. Rhyn. 308, 13. Modeer, Act. Gothenb. i. 
23, 16. Gmel. Ed. Syst. Nat. i. 4, 2216, 7. Berk. Syn. i. 122. 
Stew. El. Nat. Hist. ii. 113. Turt. Syst. Nat. ii. 713. 

Europe. 

14. Lecanium Carpini. 

Coccus Carpini, Linn. Syst. Nat. ii. 740, 8. Faun. Suec. 1018. 
Fabr. Sp. Ins. ii. 394, 9. Mant. Ins. ii. 319, 10. Ent. Syst. 



1072 LIST OF HOMOPTEKOUS INSECTS. 



iv. 226, 13. Sijst. Rhyn. 309, L4. Modeer, Act. Gothenb. i. 
29, 24. Gmel. Ed. Syst. Nat. i. 4, 2216, 8. Stew. El. Nat. 
Hist. ii. 113. 
Coccus (Cecanium) Carpini, Ratz. Forst. Ins. iii. 194, pi. 11, f. 6. 

Europe. 

15. Lecanium Rusci. 

Coccus Rusci, Linn. Syst. Nat. ii. 741, 12. Fabr. Sp. Ins. ii. 394, 
11. Mant. Ins. ii. 319, 13. Ent. Syst. iv. 226, 15. Syst. 
Rhyn. 309, 16. Modeer, Act. Gothenb. i. 31, 29. Gmel. Ed. 
Syst. Nat. i. 4, 2217, 12. Column. Purp. 16, pi. 17. Guionann. 
Adv. i. 60, pi. 3, f. 27. Klein, Ostr. 116. Bocc. Mus. pi. 107, 
f. 23, h. h. 

S. Europe. 

16. Lecanium Salicis. 

Coccus Salicis, Linn. Faun. Suec. 1022. Modeer, Act. Gothenb. i. 

21, 12. Gmel. Ed. Syst. Nat. i. 4, 2218, 15. Schrank, Faun. 

Boic. ii. 1, 143, 1259. Steiv. El. Nat. Hist. ii. 113. 
Coccus Salicis, Macquart, Amyot, Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. 2me Serie, vii. 

50, pi. 2, 111. Bull. Ent. 75. Toulouzon et Negrel. 
Coccus Salicis? (New York), Fitch, The Senate, No. 30, 69. 

Europe. 

17. Lecanium Alni. 

Coccus Alni, Modeer, Act. Gothenb. i. 23, 17. Gmel. Ed. Syst. Nat. 
i. 4, 2221, 41. Schrank, Faun. Boic. ii. 1, 144, 1259. 

Europe. 

18. Lecanium racemosum. 

Lecanium racemosum, Ratz. Forst. Ins. iii. 192, I, pi. 11, f, 8. 
Coccus racemosus, Ratz. Ent. Zeit. Stett. iv. 204. 

Germany. 

19. Lecanium Cambii. 
Lecanium Cambii, Ratz. Forst. Ins. iii. 194, 2. 
Germany. 



list of homopterous insects. 1073 

20. Lecanium Uv/e-Ursi. 

Coccus Uvae-Ursi, Linn. Syst. Nat. ii. 742, 19. Fabr. Sp. Ins. ii. 

394, 14. Mant. Ins. ii. 319, 17. Modeer, Act. Gothenb. i. 

49, 37. Gmel. Ed. Syst. Nat. i. 4, 2219, 19. Stew. EL Nat. 

Hist. ii. 113. Bancroft, Perm. Colours, i. 401. Kir by and 

Spence, Intr. Ent. i. 321. 
Coccus Arbuti ? Fabr. Ent. Syst. iv. 226, 19. Syst. Rhyn. 310, 20. 

Europe. 

21. Lecanium Crat^egi. 

Coccus Crataegi, Linn. Syst. Nat. ii. 742, 21, 20. Fabr. Sp. Ins. 

ii. 395, 16. Mant. Ins. ii. 319, 19. Ent. Syst. iv. 127, 21. 

Syst. Rhyn. 310, 22. Modeer, Act. Gothenb. i. 20, 10. Reaum. 

7w5.iv.pl. 6, f. 11, 12. 
Coccus Oxyacanthae, Gmel. Ed. Syst. Nat. i. 4, 2219, 21 . Stew. El. 

Nat. Hist. ii. 113. Oliv. Enc. Mtih. Ins. FonscoL Ann. Soc. 

Ent. Fr. iii. 214, 15. 

22. Lecanium Berberidis. 

Coccus Berberidis, Schrank, Faun. Boic. ii. 1, 146, 1270. 
Bavaria. 

23. Lecanium Piceje. 
Coccus Piceae, Schrank, Faun. Boic. ii. 1, 146, 1271. 
Bavaria. 

24. Lecanium Asari. 
Coccus Asari, Schrank, Faun. Boic. ii. 1, 145, 1265. 
Bavaria. 

25. Lecanium Kubi. 

Coccus Eubi, Schrank, Faun. Boic. ii. 1, 144, 1260. 
Bavaria. 

26. Lecanium Epidendri. 
Lecanium Epidendri, Bouche, Ent. Zeit. Stett. v. 293, 5. 



1074 LIST OF HOMOPTEROUS INSECTS. 



27. Lecanium Prenanthis. 

Coccus Prenanthis, Schrank, Faun. Boic. ii. 1, 147, 1273. 
Bavaria. 

28. Lecanium Aceris. 

Lecaniura Aceris, Bouche", Ent. Zeit. Stett. v. 293, 4. 

Coccus Aceris, Modeer, Act. Gothenb. i. 21, 13. Geoffr. Ins. Par. 
i. 509, 18. Fabr. Ent. Syst. iv. 225, 7. Syst. Rhyn. 308, 10. 
Gmel. Ed. Syst. Nat. i. 4, 2221, 38. Schrank, Faun. Boic. ii. 
1, 147, 1274. Curt. Brit. Ent. 717. Westw. Intr. Ent. ii. 
446. 

a. ? 

29. Lecanium Amygdali. 

Coccus Amygdali, Schrank, Faun. Boic. ii. 1, 147, 1275. 
Coccus Persieae, Schrank, Ins. Aust. 586. 

Germany. 

30. Lecanium Padi. 

Lecanium Padi, Schrank, Faun. Boic. ii. 1, 145, 1267. 
Bavaria. 

31. Lecanium Xylostei. 

Coccus Xylostei, Schrank, Faun. Boic. ii. 1, 145, 6. 
Bavaria. 

32. Lecanium Juglandis. 

Lecanium Juglandis, Bouchk, Ent. Zeit. Stett. v. 293, 3. 
Germany. 

33. Lecanium Ulmi. 

Coccus Ulmi, Linn. Syst. Nat. ii. 740, 9. Faun. Suec. 1019. Fabr. 
Sp. Ins. ii. 393, 6. Mant. Ins. ii. 319, 8. Ent. Syst. iv. 225, 



LIST OF HOMOPTEEOUS INSECTS. 1075 

10. Syst. Rhyn. 308, 11. Reaum. Ins. iv. 69, pi. 5, f. 5—7. 
Modeer, Act. Gothenb. i. 27, 21. Gmel. Ed. Syst. Nat. i. 4, 
2217, 9. Geoffr. Ins. i. 507, 8. Deg. Ins. vi. 436, 1, pi. 28, 
f. 7. Schrank, Faun. Boic. ii. 1, 145, 1264. Stew. El. Nat. 
Hist. ii. 113. Turt. Syst. Nat. ii. 713. Oliv. Enc. Meth. 
Ins. Latr. Mag. Encycl. ii. 1796. FonscoL Ann. Soc. Ent. 
Ft. iii. 215, 16. De la Rue, Ent. Forest. 

Europe. 

34. Lecanium Pyei. 

Coccus Pyri, Schrank, Faun. Boic. ii. 1, 145, 1263. 
Bavaria. 

35, Lecanium puepuratum. 

Coccus purpuratus, Dalm. Act. Holm. 1825, 363, 2, pi. 3, f. 18—21. 
Sweden. 

36. Lecanium hemiceyphum. 

Coccus hemicryphus, Dalm. Act. Holm. 1825, 369, 6, pi. 4, f. 18— 
27. 

Sweden. 

37. Lecanium gibberum. 

Coccus gibber, Dalm. Act. Holm. 1825, 366, 4, pi. 4, f. 6—12. 
Sweden. 

38. Lecanium Cypr^eola. 

Coccus cypraeola, Dalm. Act. Holm. 1825, 367, 5, pi. 4, f. 13 — 17. 
Sweden. 

39. Lecanium Corni. 
Lecanium Corni, BouchS, Ent. Zeit. Stett. v. 293, 2. 
Germany. 

40. Lecanium Testudo. 
Coccus testudo, Curt. Ruricola, Gard. Chron. 1843, iii. 443. 
England. 



1076 LIST OF HOMOPTEROUS INSECTS 



41. Lecanium Patell^eformis. 

Coccus patellae foraiis, Curt. Ruricola, Gard. Chron. 1843, iii. 517. 
England. 

42. Lecanium ? Myrice. 

Coccus Myricae, Linn. Syst. Nat. ii. 741, 13. Fabr. Mant. Ins. ii. 
319,14. Ent. Syst. iv. 226, 16. Syst. Rhyn. 309, 17. Modeer, 
Act. Goth. i. 31,27. Gmel. Ed. Syst. Nat. i. 4, 31, 27. 

Cape. 

43. Lecanium? Capre^e. 

Coccus Capreae, Linn. Syst. Nat. ii. 741, 14. Fabr. Sp. Ins. ii. 

394, 12. Mant. Ins. ii. 319, 15. Ent. Syst. iv. 226, 17. Syst. 

Rhyn. 309, 18, Modeer, Act. Goth. i. 22, 15. Deg. Ins. vi. 

440, 2, pi. 28, f. 13. Gmel. Ed. Syst. Nat. i. 4, 2218, 14. 

Stew. El. Nat. Hist. ii. 1 1 3. Turt. Syst. Nat. ii. 713. Fonscol. 

Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. iii. 213, 13. 
Chermes Capreae, Oliv. Enc. Meth. Ins. 

Europe. 

44. Lecanium? Hypericonis. 

Coccus Hypericonis, Pallas, It. i. 21. Gmel. Ed. Syst. Nat. i. 4, 
2219, 25. 

Russia. 

45. Lecanium? PiLosELLiE. 

Coccus Pilosellae, Linn. Syst. Nat. ii. 742, 18. Faun. Suec. 1024. 
Act. Upsal. 1742, 54, 2. Fabr. Sp. Ins. ii. 394, 13. Mant. Ins. 
ii.319, 16. Ent. Syst. iv.226, 18. Syst. Rhyn. 309,19. Modeer, 
Act. Goth. i. 49, 36. Mull. Fn. Frid. 31, 302. Sim. Paul. 
Quadr.U3. Act. Upsal. 1742, 54, pi. 2. Gmel. Ed. Syst. 
Nat. i. 4, 2219, 18. Stew. El. Nat. Hist. ii. 1 13. 

Sweden. 



LIST OF HOMOPTEROUS INSECTS. 1077 



46. Lecanium? SerbatuljE. 



Coccus Serratulae, Fabr. Sp. Ins. ii. 395, 17. Mant. Ins. it. 319, 20. 
Ent. Syst. iv. 227,22. Syst/ Rhyn. 310, 23. GWZ. .Ed. &ys*. 
Nat. i. 4, 2220, 26. Stew. El. Nat. Hist. ii. 113. Turt. Syst. 
Nat. ii. 714. 

England. 

47. Lecanium? Zosters. 

Coccus Zosterae, Fabr. Sp. Ins. ii. 395, 19. Mant. Ins. ii. 319, 22. 
Ent. Syst. iv. 227, 24. Syst. Rhyn. 310, 25. Gmel. Ed. Syst. 
Nat. i. A, 2220,27. I 

Shores of the Baltic. 



48. Lecanium? Liriodendri. 

Coccus Liriodendri, Hamburg, Mag. xii. 1, 24. Gmel. Ed. Syst. 
Nat. i. 4, 2220, 28. 



49. Lecanium? Carioe. 

Coccus Caricae, Fabr. Ent. Syst. iv. 225, 8. Syst. Rhyn. 308, 9. 

Fonscol. Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. iii. 205,4, pi. 3, A. f. 4. 
Coccus Ficus-Caricae, Enc. MSth Ins. Bernard, MSm. Fig. Acad. 

Marseille, 1773, 89, pi. 1, f. 14—21. 

France. 



50. Lecanium? Diosmatis. 

Coccus Diosmatis, Modeer, Act. Gothenb. i. 21, 11. Gmel. Ed. 
Syst. Nat. i. 4,2221,40. 

Cape. 

51. Lecanium ? Uva. 

Coccus Uva, Modeer, Act. Gothenb. i. 32, 30. Gmel. Ed. Syst. 
Nat. i. 4, 2222, 42. 

Sweden. 

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1078 LIST OF HOMOPTEROUS INSECTS. 



52. Lecanium? Abietis. 



Coccus Abietis, Modeer, Act. Gothenb. i. 27, 20. Geoff. Ins. Par. 

i. 507, 7. Gmel. Ed. Syst. Nat. i. 4, 2221, 32. Schrank, 

Beytr. zur Naturg. 485. 
Coccus Arborum, Schrank, Ins. Austr. 585. 
Coccus Pineti, Schrank, Faun. Boic. ii. 1, 146, 1269. 

Europe. 

53. Lecanium ? spurium. 

Coccus spurius, Modeer, Act, Gothenb. i. 43, 32. Gmel. Ed. Syst. 
Nat. i. 4, 2222, 43. 

Sweden. 

54. Lecanium ? aterrimum. 

Calypticus aterrimus, Costa, Faun. Regn. Nap. Gallinsetti, ii. 4. 
Naples. 

55. Lecanium? radiatum. 

Calypticus radiatus, Costa, Faun. Regn. Nap. Gallinsetti, 12, 
4 bis. 

Naples. 

56. Lecanium? testudineum. 

Calypticus testudineus, Costa, Faun. Regn. Nap. Gallinsetti, 12, 5. 
Group 2. Polyaspidea. 

Naples. 

57. Lecanium? fasciatum. 

Calypticus fasciatus, Costa, Faun. Regn. Nap. Gallinsetti, 14, 6. 
Naples. 



LIST OF HOMOPTEROUS INSECTS. 1079 



58. Lecanium Coffee? 

Ferrugineum, depressum, squamiforme, subrotundum, transverse 
sulcatum. 

Ferruginous, flat, scale-like, almost round, with transverse 
ridges. Length of the body l line. 

a — ff. Ceylon. Presented by Prof. Goodsir. 

Destroys the Coffee Plantations in Ceylon. 



59. Lecanium capense. 

Piceum, transversum, conchiforme, transverse" striatum. 

Conchiform, pitchy, a little broader than long, with transverse 
striae, which are parallel to the broader side. Breadth 1 line. 

a. Algoa Bay. Above 200 specimens on bark. Presented by Dr. 
Pereira. 

60. Lecanium australe. 

Rufum, ellipticum, transverse* rugosum. 

Red, elliptical, transversely rugose. Length of the body \\ 
line. 

a. Van Diemen's Land. Presented by the Rev. T. Ewing. 

61. Lecanium ? 



Genus 3. COCCUS. 

Coccus, IAnn., Fabr., Modeer, RSaum., Deg., Geoff. Schrank, Shaw, 

Latr., Gmel., Kirby <$r Spence, Burm., Bouche. 
Diaprostocetus, p., Costa, olim. 

Dactylopius, p., Costa, Faun. Regn. Nap. Gallinsetti, 15. 
Pseudococcus, Westw. 
Trechorys, Curtis. 



4b2 



1080 LIST OF HOMOPTEROUS INSECTS. 



1. Coccus Cacti. 



Coccus Cacti, Linn. Syst. Nat. ii. 742, 22. Modeer, Act. Gothenb. 
i.44,33. Brown, Jamaica, 435. Rkaum. Ins. iv. pi. 7, f. 11, 
12. Deg. Ins. vi. 447, 1, pi. 80, f. 12, 14. Act. Angl. 1762. 
Hernand. Mex. 78. Sloane, Jam. ii. 153. Prcef. pi. 9. Petiv. 
Gazoph. iii. pi. l,f. 5. Rausch, Hist. Nat. Coch. pi. 1, f. 1 — 
5. Fabr. Sp. Ins. ii. 395, 19. ManU Ins. ii. 319, 24. Ent. Syst. 
iv. 227,26. Syst. Rhyn. 311, 27. Gmel. Ed. Syst. Nat. i. 4, 
2220, 22. Shaw, Gen. Zool. vi. 191, pi. 61. Bartram, Trav. 
Carol, and Florida. Richter, Tract. Phys. Coch. 1701. Mel- 
chior van Ruyscher, Nat. Hut. Coch. 1729. Breynii, Hist. Nat. 
Coc. 1739. Bosc. Diss. Coch. 1739. Schulze, de Gran. Ker. 
el Coch. Cartheuser, Verm. Stucke, fyc. 1759. Anderson, Let- 
ter on Coch. Ins. 1773, 1775. Asiatic Researches, Alzale, Mem. 
Coch. 1795. Jameson, Edin. New Phil. Journ. iii. 3, 195. 
Rkaum. Ins. iv. 88, pi. 7, f. 11 — 19. Brandt v. Ratz. Med. 
Zool. ii. 201, pi. 26, f. 6 — 12. Thiery de Menonville de la 
Coch., fyc. 1787. Humb. Political Essay, New Spain, iii. 72, 
79. Burm. Handb. Ent. ii. 1, 72, 1, pi. 2, f. 1. VHerminier, 
Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. vi. 507. Audouin, Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. vi. 
67, viii., x. 149. Curtis, Bot. Mag. No. 6, New Series, pi. 
2742, f. 8, 11. Bancroft, Perm. Colours, i. 413. Kirby fr 
Spence, Intr. Ent. i. 321. 

a — d. St. John's Bluff, E. Florida. Presented by E. Doubleday, 
Esq. 



2. Coccus Adonidum. 

Coccus Adonidum, Linn. Syst. Nat. i. 2, 740, 4. Faun. Suec. i. 

1169. Lederm. Miscrosc. 1762, pi. 9. Fabr. Sp. Ins. ii. 393, 

3. Mant. Ins. ii. 318, 4. Ent. Syst. iv. 224, 4. Syst. Rhyn. 

307, 4. Geoff. Ins. Par. i. 511, 1. Modeer, Act. Gothenb. i. 

48, 34. Gmel. Ed. Syst. Nat. i. 4, 2215, 4. Shaw, Gen. Zool. 

vi. 190. Haworth.Ent. Trans, i. 308. Bouche, Schadl. Gart. 

Ins. 51. Burm. Handb. Ent. ii. 1, 74, 2, pi. 2, f. 2. 
Trechocorys Adonidum, Curt. Ruricola, Gard. Chron. (1843) iii. 

443. 

a — d. England. Presented by F. Walker, Esq. 



LIST OF HOMOPTEROUS INSECTS. 1081 



3. COCCUS MANNIPARUS . 

Coccus manniparus, Ehrenberg, Sym. Phys. i. pi. 10. Chavannes, 
Bull. Soc. Sci. Nat. Cant. Vaud. Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. 2me Serie, 
vi. 145, 3. Burm. Handb. Ent. ii. 1, 74, 3. 

Mount Siuai. 



4. Coccus Fkaxini. 
Coccus Fraxini, Chavannes, Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr 2me Se"rie, vi. 143. 
South of Europe. 

5. Coccus LACCA. 

Coccus lacca, Kerr, Phil. Trans. 1781, 374, f. a, b. Norburg, Phil. 

Trans. 1791, 1792, 229. Brandt Sr Ratz. Med. Zool. ii. 226, 

pi. 26, f. 13, 14. Roxburgh, Chermes Lacca, Phil. Trans, lxxxi. 

Virey, Rech. Ins. Gomme-laque, Journ. Pharm. 1810. Lesser, ii. 

165. Bancroft, Perm. Col. ii. 20, 49. Kirby $• Spence. Intr . 

Ent. i. 324. Burm. Handb. Ent. ii. 1, 75, 4. 
Coccus ficus, Fabr. Mant. Ins. ii. 319, 7. Ent. Syst. iv. 225, 7. 

Syst. Rhyn. 308, 8. Gmel. Ed. Syst. Nat. i. 4, 2218, 23. 

East Indies. 

6. Coccus Picridis. 

Coccus Picridis, Fonscol. Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. iii. 201, 1, pi. 3, A,f. I. 
Coccus hirticornis, Fonscol. Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. iii. 203, 2, pi. 3, A. 
f. 2, mas. ? 

France. 

7. Coccus Mamillarle. 
Coccus Mamillariae, BouchS, Ent. Zeit. Stett. v. 293, 2. 
Germany. 

8. COCCUS LlLIACEORUM. 

Coccus liliaceorum, Bouche, Ent. Zeit. Stett. v. 293, 1. 
Germany. 

4b 3 



1082 LIST CF HOMOPTEROUS INSECTS. 



9. COCCUS TULIPARUM. 

Coccus Tuliparum, Boucht, Ent. Zeit. Stett. v. 293, 2. 
Germany. 

10. Coccus Poterii. 

Coccus Poterii, Raii, Hist. Plant, i. 401. Kirby Sf Spence, Intr. 
Ent. i. 320. 

England. 

11. Coccus AlchimilljE. 
Coccus Alchimillae ? Berger, de Alch. supina et Coc. 1748. 

12. Coccus Psidii. 

Coccus Psidii, Chavannes, Bull. Soc. Sci. Nat. Cant. Vaud. Ann. 

Soc. Ent. Fr. 2me Serie, vi. 139, 1. 
Brazil. 

13. Coccus Cassle. 

Coccus Cassiae, Chavannes, Bull. Soc. Sci. Nat. Cant. Vaud. Ann. 
Soc. Ent. Fr. 2me Serie, yi. 141, 2. 

Brazil. 

14. COCCUS FARINOSUS. 

Coccus farinosus, Deg. Ins. vi. 442, 3, pi. 38, f. 16, 17. Modeer, 
Act. Gothenb. i. 50, 38. Gmel. Ed. Syst. Nat. i. 4, 2220, 
29. 

Sweden. 

15. Coccus Capensis. 

Coccus capensis, Linn. Syst. Nat. ii. 740, 4. Amcen. Acad. vi. 401, 
47. Fabr. Mant. Ins. ii. 318, 3. Ent. Syst. iv. 224, 3. Syst. 
Rhyn. 307, 3. Modeer, Act. Gothenb. i. 31, 28. Gmel. Ed. 
Syst. Nat. i. 4, 2215, 3. 

Cape. 



LIST OF HOMOPTEBOUS INSECTS. 1083 



16. COCCUS VARIEGATUS. 

Coccus variegatus, Geoff. Ins. Par. i. 508, 12. RSaum. Ins. iv. pi. 
5, f. 3, a. Gmel. Ed. Syst. Nat. i. 4, 2221, 34. Stew. El. 
Nat. Hist. ii. 113. Fonscol. Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. iii. 210, 9. 

Europe. 

17. Coccus Mespili. 

Coccus Mespili, Geoff. Ins. Par. i. 508, 16. Gmel. Ed. Syst. Nat. i. 
4, 2221, 36. Stew. El. Nat. Hist. ii. 113. Oliv. Enc. Meth. 
Ins. 

Europe. 



18. Coccus Quercus. 

Coccus Quercus, Modeer, Act. Gothenb. i. 24, 18. Geoff". Ins. Par. 

i. 507, 11. RSaum. Ins. iv. pi. 5, f. 2. Burm. Handb. Ent. ii. 

1,71,5. 
Coccus fuscus, Gmel. Ed. Syst. Nat. i. 4, 2221, 33. Stew. EL 

Nat. Hist. ii. 113. Audouin, Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. x. 145 ? 
Var. ? Coccus lanatus, Geoff. Ins. Par. i. 508, 14. Gmel. Ed. Si/st. 
/ Nat.i. 4,2221,35. 

Eriosoma Quercus ? Sir Oswald Mosley, Gard. Chron. i. 828. 

a, b. England. Presented by F. Walker, Esq. 



19. COCCUS LANIGER. 

Coccus laniger, Geoff. Ins. Par. i. 512, 3. RSaum. Ins. iv. pi. 7, f. 
1, 2, 6, 9. Gmel. Ed. Syst. Nat. i. 4, 2221, 39. 

Europe. 

20. Coccus Fragari2e. 

Coccus Fragariae, S. G. Gmel. It. i. 205, 312. Phil. Trans. 1765, 
91, pi. 10. Gmel. Ed. Syst. Nat. i. 4, 2219, 24. Stew. El. 
Nat. Hist. ii. 113, Turt. Syst. Nat. ii. 715. 

Coccus Potentillae, Meyer, Act Soc. Priv. Boh. iv. 152, 184. 

Europe. 



1084 LIST OF HOMOPTEBOUS INSECTS. 



21. Coccus ? Phalaridis. 

Coccus Phalaridis, Linn. Syst. Nat. ii. 742, 20. Faun. Suec. 1026. 

Fabr.Sp.Ins. ii. 395, 15. Mant. Ins. ii. 319, 18. Ent. Syst. 

iv. 226, 20. Syst. Rhyn. 310, 21. Modeer, Act. Gothenb. i. 48. 

35. Gmel. Ed. Syst. Nat. i. 4, 2219, 20. Berk. Syn. i. 122. 

Stew. El. Nat. Hist. ii. 113. Turt. Hist. Nat. ii. 714. 
Coccus gramiuis, Geoff. Ins. Par. i. 512,2, pi, 10, f. 15. 
Coccus graminum? Oliv. Enc. MM. pi. 120, f. 12. 
Coccus Radicum graminis? Fonscol. Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. iii. 212, 

12. 

Europe. 

22. COCCUS FIMBRIATUS. 

Coccus fimbriatus, Fonscol. Ann. Soc. Ent.'Fr. iii. 209, pi. 3, A. 
f. 7. 

S. France. 



23. COCCUS FESTUCiE. 

Coccus Festucse, Fonscol. Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. x. 216, 17, pi. 3, A. 
f. 9. 



24. Coccus ? Clematidis. 

Coccus clematidis. Geoff. Ins. Par. i. 506, 1. Gmel. Ed. Syst. Nat. 
i. 4, 2220, 30. 

France. 

25. Coccus Prunastri. 

Coccus Prunastri, Fonscol. Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. x. 21 1, 11. 
S. France. 

26. Coccus ? Thymi. 
Coccus Thymi, Schrank, Faun. Boic. ii. I, 146, 1268. 
Bavaria. 



LIST OF HOMOPTEROUS INSECTS. 1085 



27. Coccus cbispus. 

Coccus crispus, Fonscol. Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. iii. 204, 3, pi. 3, A. 
f. 3. 

S. France. 



28. Coccus Sinensis. 

Picea, elliptica ; dorsum lanugine alba dense vestitum ; pedes fer- 
ruginei. 

Pitchy, elliptical, thickly covered above with white woolly mat- 
ter: feelers submoniliforin, slightly setaceous; the joints succes- 
sively increasing in length : legs ferruginous, hairy. Length of the 
body 2 lines. 

a, b. China. Presented by G. T. Lay, Esq. 



29. COCCUS TUBERCULATUS. 

Coccus tuberculatus, Bouchi, Nat Gesch. Ins. i. 18, pi. 1, f. 9 — 13. 
Germany. 

30. Coccus Laricis. 

Coccus Laricis, Bouchi, Nat. Gesch. Ins. i, 22. 
Germany. 

31. COCCUS CAUDATUS. 

Mas. Gracilis,n igra, albo lanuginosa ; antenna Jiliformes, corpore 
duplo longiores ; abdominis setce longissimce ; pedes setosi ; 
alee cinerece. 

Male. — Black, slender, with a thick white covering : feelers fili- 
form, bristly, about twice the length of the body: bristles of the ab- 
domen about five times the length of the body : legs bristly : wings 
gray. Length of the body 3 lines ; of the wings 4 lines. 

a. Columbia. From Dr. Cuming's collection. 



1086 LIST OF HOMOPTEROUS INSECTS. 

32. Coccus Fag i. 
Flava, elliptica, albo-farinosa. 

Yellow, elliptical, covered with white powder. Length of the 
body 2 lines. 

England. 

Genus 4. POKPHYKOPHORA. 

Porpbyrophora, Brandt, Medic. Zool. ii. 355. 

Coccus, Linn., Fabr., Frisch, Modeer, Geoffr., Schrank, $-c. 

1. PORPHYROPHORA PoLONICA. 

Coccus Polonicus, Linn. Syst. Nat. ii. 741, 14. Faun. Suec. 1 ed. 

720, 2 ed, 1023. Fair. Sp. Lns. ii. 395, 20. Mant. Lns. ii. 

319, 23. Ent. Syst. iv. 227, 25. Syst. Rhyn. 310, 26. Mull. 

Fn. Frid. 31, 301 . Modeer, Act. Gothenb. i. 34, 21. Geoff. Ins. 

Par. i. 504, 1. Breyn. Act. Acad. Nat. Cur. iii. App. 5, 32. 

Act. Phys. Med. 6, 3, App. 5, pi. 1. Gamer. Epit. 691. Bauh. 

Pin. 281. Rupp. Jen. 86. Raii, Hist. 186. BauR. Hist. iii. 

378. Frisch, Ins. v. 6, pi. 2. Act. Ups. 1742, pi. 1. Rkaum. 

Ins. iv. L 14. Gmel. Ed. Syst. Nat. i. 4, 2218, 17. Schrank, 

Faun. Boic. ii. 1, 147, 1276. Stew. El. Nat. Hist. ii. 113. 

Shaw, Gen. Zool. vi. 194. 
Dactylopius Polonicus, Costa, Faun. Regn. Nap. Gallinsetti, 17, 2. 

Poland. 

2. PORPHYROPHORA HAMELII. 

Porphyrophora Hamelii, Brandt, Medic. Zool. ii. 355, 1. Mkm. 

Acad. St. Petersb. Sc. Phys. iii. 2, 60, pi. 2. 
Porphyrophora armeniaca, Burm. Handb. Ent. ii. 1, 78, 1. 
Armenia. 

Genus 5. CEROPLASTES. 

Ceroplastes, Gray, Spicilegia Zoologica, 7. 

1. Ceroplastes Chilensis. 
Ceroplastes chilensis, Gray, Spicilegia Zoologica, 7, pi. 3, f. 7. 
a—g. Chili. Presented by J. E. Gray, Esq. 



LIST OF HOMOPTEROUS INSECTS. 1087 



2. Ceroplastes Janeirensis. 



Ceroplastes Janeirensis, Gray, Spicilegia Zoologica, 7, pi. 3, f. 6. 
a — d. Bio Janeiro. Presented by J. E. Gray, Esq. 

3. Ceroplastes Jamaicensis. 

Coccus (Ceroplastes) Jamaicensis, White, Ann. Nat. Hist. xvii. 

333. 
a — d, Jamaica. From Mr. Gosse's collection. 

4. Ceroplastes ceriferus. 

Coccus ceriferus, Fabr. Ent. Syst. Suppl. 546, 27. Syst.Rhyn. 311, 
28. Chavannes, Bull. Soc. Sci. Nat. Cant. Vaud. Ann. Soc. 
Ent. Fr. 2me Serie,\i. 144, 1. Anderson, Monogr. Cocci Ceri- 
feri, Madras, 1791. Pearson, Trans. Phil. 1794, 383. Ann. de 
Chimie, xxiii. 140. Lemaifa, Bull, de Ferus. Sc. Med. Journ. 
Pharm. viii. ? ■ 

Madras. t 

\ 

5. Ceroplastes Cereus. 

Coccus pe-la, Chavannes, Bull. Soc. Sci. Nat. Cant. Vaud. Ann. 

Soc. Ent. Fr. 2me Serie, vi. 145,2. Stanislas Julien, Compte- 

rendu Acad. Sci. 1840. Rozier MSm. P Grosiers China, i. 

439. Southey's Thalaba, ii. 166. Sir G. Staunton, Emb. 

China, i. 400. Kirby fy Spence, Intr. Ent. i. 327. 
Coccus ? Davis, China, Asiat. Rech. xiv. 182. Chavannes, 

Bull. Soc. Sci. Nat. Cant. Vaud. Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. 2me 

Serie, vi. 145, 4. 

China. 

6. Ceroplastes Australia. 

Alba, depressa, subrotunda. 

White, flat, almost round. Length 2 lines. 
a — z. Sydney. Presented by Capt. Sir E. Home. 



1088 LIST OF HOMOPTEROUS TNSECTS. 



7. Ceroplastes ■ 



a—f. Guayquil. Presented by Capt. Belcher. 

Genus 6. MARGARODES. 

Margarodes, Lansdoum Guilding, Linn. Trans, xvi. 118. 

1. Margarodes Formicarum. 

Margarodes Formicarum, Lansd. Guild. Linn. Trans, xvi. 119, pi. 
12. Latr. Bull. Ferussac, 1831. 

West Indies. 

Genus 7. ASPISARCUS. 
Aspisarcus, Neivport. 

1. Aspisarcus Eucalypti. 
Aspisarcus Eucalypti, Newport. 

a—c. New Holland, (300 miles from Port Philip). Presented by 
Dr. D. Maclagan. 

Genus 8. MONOPHLEBUS. 

Monophlebus, Leach, Latr. 
Chironomus, p., Fabr. 

1. Monophlebus dubius. 

Chironomus dubius, Fabr. Syst. Anil. 46, 40. 
Monophlebus Fabricii, Westw. Arc. Ent. i. 22, 1. 

Sumatra. 

2. Monophlebus atripennis. 

Monophlebus atripennis, Klug, Handb. ii. 80. Westw. Arc. Ent. 
i. 22, 2. 

a. East Indies. Presented by Capt. Parry. 

b. East Indies. From Archdeacon Clerk's collection. 

c. East Indies. From Mr. Sowerby's collection. 



LIST OF HOMOPTEROUS INSECTS. 1089 



3. MONOPHLEBUS LeACHII. 

Monophlebus Leachii, Westw. Arc. Ent. i. 22, 3, pi. 6, f. 1 . Zool. 
Journ. ii. 20, 452. 

Malabar. 

4. Monophlebus Burmeisteri. 

Monophlebns Burmeisteri, Westw. Arc. Ent. i. 22, 4, pi. 6, f. 2. 
Entomologist, 146, 4. 



5. Monophlebus Saundersii. 

Monophlebus Saundersii, Westw. Arc. Ent. i. 22, 5. Entomologist, 
146, 5. 

East Indies. 

6. Monophlebus Eaddoni. 

Monophlebus Raddoni, Westw. Arc. Ent. i. 22, 6, pi. 6, f. 3. En- 
tomologist, 146, 6. 

West Africa. 

7. Monophlebus Illigeri. 

Monopblegus Illigeri, Westw. Arc. Ent. i. 227, pi. 6, f. 4. ^nio- 
mologist, 146, 7. 

Van Diemen's Land. 

8. Monophlebus fuscipennis. 

Monophlebus fuscipennis, Burm. Handb. Ent. ii. 1, 80, pi. 2, f. 4, 
6. Entomologist, 146, 8. 

Germany. 

9. Monophlebus BrasilieNsis. 

Coccineus ; antennce fuscce ; alee nigrce, subrugosce. 

Bright red : feelers brown, red at the base, moniliform, clothed 
with whorls of hairs, longer than the body : wings black, finely 

PART IV. 4 C 



1090 LIST OF HOMOPTEROUS INSECTS. 

rugulose ; veins bright red towards the base. Length of the body 
if line ; of the wings 5 lines. 

a — c. Para. From Mr. Stevens' collection. 



Genus 9. CALLIPAPPUS. 

Callipappus, Gukrin, Rev. Zool. 1841. Amyot et Serv. Hist. NaU 
He"m. 619, 495. 



1. Callipappus Westwoodii. 

Callipappus Westwoodii, GuSrin, Rev. Zool. 1841. Amyot et Serv. 
Hist. Nat. Hem. 620, 1 . 

a. West Australia. From Mr. Clifton's collection. 



Genus 10. DORTHESIA. 

Dorthesia, Bosc, Journ. de Phys. 1784, 171. Latr., Lton Duf., 

Burm. 
Aphis, Linn., Fabr., Frisch. 
Coccus, Dorthes, Fabr., Panz. 
Cionops, Leach. 

1. Dorthesia Urtioe. 

Aphis Urticae, Linn. Syst. Nat. i. 2, 736, 30. Fabr. Sp. Ins. ii. 

387, 29. EnL Syst. iv. 217, 35. Frisch. Ins. viii. 34, pi. 17. 

Gmel. Ed. Syst. Nat. i. 4, 2208, 30. Turt. Syst. Nat. ii. 

70, 6. Rossi, Faun. Etrusc. 262, 1 389. 
Coccus characias, Dorthes, Journ. de Phi/s. 1785, 207, 11, pi. 1, f. 

14—16. Fabr. Syst. Rhyn. 311, 29. Oliv. Ent. vi. 99, 9. 

Leach, Edin. Enc. i 126. Leon Duf. TUm. pi. 9, 102. 
Coccus dubius, Fabr. Ent. Syst. iv. 228, 27. Panz. Faun. Ins. 

Germ. xxxv. 21. 
Dorthesia characias, Bosc, Journ. Phys. 1784, 171, pi. 1, f. 2 — 4. 

Latr. Gen. iii. 175, 1. Duf. Rhyn. 110, pi. 10, f. 102—109. 

Kirby 8c Spence. Intr. Ent. iii. 183. Westw. Intr. i. pi. 1, f. 8. 

Blanch. Hist. Nat. Ins. 212. Amyot et Serv. Hist. Nat. Him. 

624, 1, pi. l,f.8. 
Aphis Urticata, Stew. El. Nat. Hist. ii. 110. 



LIST OF HOMOPTEBOUS INSECTS. 1091 

Dorthesia Urticae, Burnt. Handb. Ent ii. 1, 76, 1. 
Orthezia, Amyot, Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. 2me SSr. v. 489, 544. 

a. Scotland. Presented by E. Doubleday, Esq. 
b — d. >-? 

2. Dorthesia floccosa. 

Dorthesia floccosa, Kirby & Spence, Intr. Ent. iii. 183. 
Coccus floccosus, Deg. Ins. vii. 604, pi. 44, f. 26. 

a, b. ? 

3. Dorthesia cataphkacta. 

Coccus cataphractus, Shaw, Nat Misc. v. pi. 182. Gen. Zool. vi. 
194, pi. 62. Stew. El. Nat. Hist. ii. 114. Turt. Syst. Nat ii. 
714. 

England. 

4. Dorthesia Chiton. 

Dorthesia Chiton, Zett. Faun. Lapp. i. 562, 5, 1. 
Lapland. 

5. Dorthesia Americana. 

Flaw, elliptica, squamis albis tecta ; antennis pedibusque ferrugineo- 
rufis ; lamina laterales et apicales breves. 

Yellow, elliptical, enclosed in short white scales: feelers and 
legs reddish ferruginous. Length of the body 1£ line. 

a. North America. Presented by the Earl of Derby. 



Genus 11. ALEYRODES. 

Aleyrodes, Latr., Leach, Kirby, Hartig, Germ. Ent. Zeit. iii. 371, 

pi. 1, f. 30, 31. Amyot et Serv. 
Phalaena-Tinea, p., Linn. 
Phalaena, p., Geoff. 
Aleurodes, Burm. 

4c2 



1092 LIST OF HOMOPTEROUS INSECTS. 



1. Aleyrodes proletella. 

Phalaena-Tinea proletella, Linn. Syst. Nat. 889, 374. RSaum. Ins. 
ii. 302, pi. 25, f. 1—7. Geoff. Ins. ii. 172, 126. Rcem. Gen. i. 
pi. 23, f. 18. Stew. El. Nat. Hist. ii. 199. 

Aleyrodes Chelidonii, Latr. Gen. iii. 174, I. Leach, Edin. Enc. ix. 
126. Tign. Hist. Nat. Ins. 232, pi. 5, f. 2. Kirby $r Spence, 
Intr. Ent. iii. 80, 261. Burm. Handb. Ent. 83, 1, pi. 1, f. 1, 
pi. 2, f. 7. Hart. Z., 371, pi. f. Blanch. Hist. Nat Ins. 211. 
Amyot et Serv. Hist. Nat. HSm. 617. 

Aleurodes, Amyot, Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. 2me SSrie. v. 454, 510. 

Swarms on the Celandine till near the end of November. When 
wingless it is yellow, bordered with whitish yellow, and usually sur- 
rounded with white cottony matter : the eyes are dark red. The 
eggs are spindle-shaped, yellow, and shining. 

a. England. Presented by F. Walker, Esq. 

2. Aleyrodes Brassic^e. 

Aleyrodes Brassicae, Foerster, MSS. 

Perhaps a variety of A. Chelidonii. It differs from A. Fragarice 
in having two spots instead of one on each wing, and its pupa is 
more round, and of a bright yellow colour, whereas that of A. 
Fragarice is pale green. On the Cabbage, during nearly the whole 
year. 

a — d. England. Presented by F. Walker, Esq. 

3. Aleyrodes Fragari^:. 

Appears in myriads on the Strawberry, in the beginning of 
July, sometimes covering the whole underside of each leaf. The 
young larvae stand upright, or on one end, beneath the leaves. 

a — d. England. Presented by F. Walker, Esq. 

4. Aleyrodes Lonicer-e. 

On Lonicera Periclymenum. Yellow : head and thorax gray : 
the fore-wings white, with a dark spot on each. Pupa white, 
pale yellow beneath, and on the disk above. 

a, b. England. Presented by F. Walker, Esq. 



LIST OF HOMOPTEROUS INSECTS. 1093 

The Aleyrodes of the oak, the chestnut, the walnut, the ash, the 
sycamore, the hazel, the currant, the bramble, Lythrum Salicaria,&c, 
probably belong to one or other of the preceding species, and in the 
pupa state may be mistaken for Lecanium. 

5. Aleyrodes Phillybeje. 

Aleyrodes Phillyreae, Holiday, Ent. Mag. ii. 119. 

Feeds on Phillyrea, and on different species of Crataegus, Mes- 
pilus, and Pyrus. The pupa is green, with a broad brown stripe on 
the disk ; the fly is yellow, with white wings. It is the prey of 
Agromyza ornata, of a Scymnus, and of a Coccophagus. The male (?) 
is smaller than the female, and has a brighter yellow chest. 

a — z. England. Presented by F. Walker, Esq. 

6. Aleyeodes Corni. 

Aleurodes Corni, Haldeman, Amer. Journ. Sci. and Art, 2nd Series, 
ix. No. 25, 1850, 109. 

United States. 

7. Aleyrodes Abutilonea. 

Aleurodes Abutilonea, Haldeman, Amer. Journ. Sci. and Art, 2nd 
Series, ix. No. 25, 1850, 108. 

United States. 



8. Aleybodes Cocois. 
Aleyrodes Cocois, Curtis, Ruricola, Gard. Chron. (1846) vi. 284. 
Barbadoes. 



4 c 3 



1094 LIST OF HOMOPTEROUS INSECTS. 



Order III. PHYSAPODA. 

(Compiled from Mr. Holiday's MSS.) 



Physapoda, Bum. Zool. Anal. 269. Haliday. 

Thysanoptera, Haliday, Ent. Mag. iii. 439. 

Dermaptera— Orthoptera, p., DeLaporte. 

Thripsites, Newman. 

Thrypsinae, Blanch. 

Malacoptera, Brulle. 

Physopoda, Burm., Amyot et Serv. 

Os inferum — scilicet — haustellum (coriaceum aut fere mem- 
branaceum) maxillis latis adpressis, mandibulis setaceis in lingua 
curva basi dilatata inclusis, (connexis siphona bivalvem fingentibus) : 
palpis 4 : tarsi biarticulati, apice vesiculosi, exungues : alae 4 
subaequales (explicatae, lineares, ciliataB, parce venosae, haud raro 
abbreviates aut deticientes, et maxime in maribus) : antenna? pauci- 
articulatae : [prothorax mediocris, dissitus]. 

Victus e succis plantarura. 

Eachis nodis coarctatis subquaternis (et chorda simplici?): 
Salivaria folliculiformia ? receptaculis bis geminis conformibus? 
ductibus tiliformibus : intestiuum corpore sesquiplo seu duplo lon- 
gius, flexuosuin ; proventriculo membranaceo, caecis nullis : intestina 
tenue perbreve: vasa hepatica 4, seorsum inserta in verticillo, apice 
libera. Mas ; testes unicapsulares, folliculi formes. Fcem. ovaria di- 
gitata thecis 4 multilocularibus : tracheae tubulosae tantum. 

Metamorphosis incompleta, per duas aetates intennedias pro- 
grediens, scilicet : — 

Propupa et pupa, asitophaga, tardigrada. 
Larva oculorum lenticulis paucis dissitis. 



LIST OF HOMOPTEROUS INSECTS. 1095 

Terebra fceminis 

nulla: Fam. 1. TUBULIFEBA. 

ocelli 

tres, anticus distans Gen. 1. Idolothrips. 

tres, aequidistantes (aut obsoleti) „ 2. Phlgeothrips. 

quadrivalvis acuta: Fam. 2. TEREBRANTIA. 

incurva Tr. 1. STENOPTERA. 

antennae apice 
capillaceae Gen. 3. Heliothrips. 

stylatae : abdomen 

tomentosum „ 4. Sericothrips. 

subnudum „ 5. Thrips. 

antennae apicula 

connata Sub-gen. 1. Aptinothrips. 

discrela ; protborax apice 

valde angustatus „ 3. Chirothrips. 

parum attenuatus : 
abdomen dorso 

efoveolatum „ 2. Limothrips. 

seriatim foveolatum 
apicula pro ratione 
articuli 6ti 

brevis „ 4. Thrips. 

elongata „ 5. Belothrips. 

antennae recurva; Tr. 2. COLEOPTRATA. 

articulis 9 discretis Gen. 6. Melanthrips. 

articulis 5 citra apiculam:... „ 7. ^Eolothrips. 

alae completae Sub-gen. I. Coleothrips. 

alarum rudimenta tantum „ 2. ^Eleothrips. 

Fam. I. TUBULIFEBA. 

Tubulifera, Haliday, JEnt. Mag. iii. 441. Burnt., Amyot et Serv. 

Abdomen segmento ultimo tubuloso in mare et fcem. : terebra 
fcem. nulla : coxae distantes, subglobosae , subexertae : alae aveniae 
fere et membranaceae, undique longe ciliatae, cruciato-incumbentes : 
(mandibular recurvae, longius exerendae) : antennae 8-articulatae. 
Ambulant lente, nee saltitant. 

Palpi maxillares 2-articulati, articulo lmo perbrevi, labiales 6- 
articulati : femora antica basi sinu trochanterem cobibentia. Mares 
segmento ventrali penultimo apice convexiore distinguendi. Intesti- 
num corpore fere sesquiplo longius : prove ntriculus pyriformis ab 



1096 LIST OF HOMOPTEROUS INSECTS. 

ingluvie incisura profunda discretus, a duodeno aim tenuis ore dis- 
tans: intestinum tenue diametro vix longius: adeps in corpore acinis 
sanguineis conglomeratis plus minus commixtus : vasa liepatica ob- 
scure rufescentia. Mas : vesiculis tenuibus binis paribus, totidem 
imparibus. 

Ovum subcylindricum rectum. 

Larva antennis 7-articulatis, maxillis parallelis, mandibulis 
praelongis. 

Propupa antennis divaricatis obtusis. 

Pupa antennis ad latera capitis reflexis et adglutinatis. 

Obs. — Quae de structura interna et metamorphosi supra allata 
sunt a Phlceothripibus ducta sunt, utraque de altero geuere incog- 
nita. 

Genus 1. IDOLOTHKIPS. 
Idolothrips, Hal. MSS. 

Ocellus anterior remotus ab basi antennarum: haustellum 
basim prosterni attingens : palpi labiales papilliformes : alae an- 
ticae vena unica obsoletiore dimidiata, aut abbreviata. [Caput 
longissimum teres : abdomen excavatum]. 

Antennae graciles, thoracis latitudinem triplo aut quadruplo 
superantes : palpi labiales papilliformes : prothorax inaequalis tu- 
berculatus : metatarsi inermes. Statura procera, ut in hacfamilia; 
trilinearis et ultra. 

A. Abdomen segmentis posterioribus tam longitudinis quam lati- 
tudinis ratione decrescentibus, lateribus fere muticum. 

1. Idolothrips marginata. 

Nigra : abdominis maculis lateralibus thoracisque punctis san- 
guineis : antennis albidis, articulis apice, interioribus et extremis 
totis, nigris : pedibus pallide ferrugineis fusco-cingulatis, femoribus 
anticis nigris, vel basi plaga sanguinea. 
New Holland. 

AA. Abdomen longissimum, segmentis penultimis oblongis, late- 
ribus denticulatum, tubulo basi gibbulo et muricato. 

Obs. — Discrimen fore sexus suspicor, ideoque nos pro masculis, 
prioris section is pro famiinis, accipio, haud absque dubio. Varian- 
tur utroque colore perparum. 



LIST OF HOMOPTEROUS INSECTS. 1097 



2. Idolothrips spectrum. 

Abdominis lateribus valide 7-dentatis, denticulis spina, 3tio et 4to 
seta tantum, terminatis ; segmento penultimo gibbere apicali bispi- 
noso : maxima quam vidi in hoc genere, ideoque inter Physapoda 
facile princeps. Long. 4 lin. et ultra. 

New Holland. 



3. Idolothrips lacertina. 

Abdominis lateribus subtilius denticulatis, denticulis interme- 
diis pluribus muticis, segmento penultimo apice biseto. Praecedente 
fere duplo minor. Long. 3 lin. 

New Holland. 



Genus 2. PHLCEOTHEIPS. 

Phloeothrips, Hal. Ent. Mag. iii. 441. Burm. 

Thrips, Deg., Fabr., Geoff., Dufour. 

Phloeothrips, Hoplothrips, et Haplothrips, Amyot et Serv. 

Ocelli tres aequidistantes, in alatis saltern : haustellum inter 
coxas anticas subdeflexum : palpi labiales ovati : alae anticae vena 
unica nonnisi inchoata (vel abbreviatae aut nulla). [Caput oblon- 
gum depressum: abdomen depressum]. 

Antennae thoracis latitudinem baud multum superantes : palpi 
labiales subovati : prothorax foveolatus : abdomen lateribus muti- 
cum : pedes breves ; femora antica plerumque valde incrassata et 
metatarsus denticulo instructus. 

Degunt in floribus aliae, aliae sub arborum cortice gregariae. 

A. Alae et ocelli desunt. 

APTER.E. 

Obs. — An alatae inter has quoque obviae sint nescio : confe- 
renda Phi. pedieularia, No. 2. 



1098 LIST OF HOMOPTEROUS INSECTS. 



1. PHL(EOTHRIPS TRISTIS. 

Nigra nitida, antennarum articulo 3tio albido, metatarso rautico. 
Long. 1 lin. 

A A. Rudimenta alarum adsunt et ocelli, at nonnunquam utraque 
deficiunt, [tarsi antici dentati et femora valde incrassata, in 
mare vero praesertim] : alata tamen obviae sunt numero pau- 
ciores, etfcemince omnes, spes coloniae. 

HETEROPTER.E. 

2. Phlgeothrips PEDICULARIA. 

Phlo30tlirips pedicularia, Hal. Ent. Mag. iii. 441, 1. 

Phlceothrips flavipes, Hal. Ent. Mag. iii. 442, 4. Burnt. Handb. 

Ent. ii. 408, 4. 
Hoplothrips flavipes, Amyot et Serv. Hist, Nat. Hkm. 640, 3. 

Fusco-castanea, capite abdominis apice antennarum articu- 
lis plerisque basi pedibusque ferrugineis ; ocellis et alis obsoletis, 
oculis exiguis. Mas perbrevis, femoribus anticis latioribus capite, 
denticulo metatarsi crasso conico, fcem. denticulo tenuiore. Turn 
fcem. fusco-picea, abdominis apice antennarum articulis intermediis 
basi pedibusque nisi basi ferrugineis, alis completis aut abbreviatis. 
Long. fcem. 1 lin., mar. J lin. 

Larva roseo-incarnata. 

Hab. Sub cortice Sorbi Aucuparice. 

3. Phlceothrips Ulmi. 

Thrips Ulmi, Fabr. Sp. Ins. ii. 396, 3. Mant. Ins. ii. 320, 3. Ent. 

Syst. iv. 229, 3. Syst. Rhyn. 313, 5. Gmel. Ed. Syst. Nat. i. 

4, 2223, 6. 
Thrips, &c, Geoff. Ins. Par. i. 384, 1, pi. 7, f. 6. 
Thrips corticis, Deg. Ins. iii. 11, 3, pi. l,f. 8 — 13. 
Phlceothrips Ulmi, Hal. Ent. Mag. iii. 441, 3, iv. 145. Burm. 

Handb. Ent. ii. 409, 3. 
Hoplothrips corticis, Amyot et Serv. Hist. Nat. Hem. 640, 2. 

Subaptera, nigro-picea pectore dilutius piceo, antennarum 
articulo 3tio toto sequentibus basi pallide flavis, tibiis basi et apice 
anticis totis tarsisque ferrugineis, $ , $ . Turn fcem. alata, alis anticis 
extus laevissime flavicantibus. 



LIST OF HOMOPTEROUS INSECTS. 1099 

Larva depressa alba, capite antennis prothoracis macula biloba 
et abdominis apice nigris. 

Hab. Sub cortice arborum exsiccato, presertim Ulmi y gregaria. 

Long. fcem. lj lin., mar. 1 lin. 
a. England. Presented by F. Walker, Esq. 



4. Phlceothrips Pini. 

Phlceothrips Pini, Hal. Ent. Mag. iv. 145. 
Thrips aptera, Duf. Ann. Sci. Nat. 1839, xi. 322. 

Subaptera, nigro-picea pectore dilutius piceo, antennarum 
articulo 3o toto, sequentibus basi pallide flavis, tibiis basi apiceque 
anticis totis tarsisque ferrugineis, df , $. Turn fcem. alata, alis ex- 
trorsum infumatis. 

Larva elongata, incarnata, abdominis apice et antennis dilutius 
nigricantibus. 

Hab. Sub cortice arborum emortuarum, et prascipue Pini syl- 
vestris, gregaria. Long. fcem. If lin. 

Praecedenti simillima, modo longior : alata laeviore opere dignos- 
cenda. 



AAA. Alatae in utroque sexu. 

MACROPTER.E. 

a. Metatarsus anticus indentatus in mare et fcem. 

5. Phlqzothrips Statices. 

Phlceothrips statices, Hal. Ent. Mag. iii. 443, 5. Burm. Handb. 

Ent. ii. 409, 5. 
Hoplothrips statices, Amyot et Serv. Hist. Nat. Hem. 640, 4. 

Nigra, antennarum articulo 3tio et tarsis anticis cum apice 
tibiae fusco-piceis, alis fusco ciliatis. Mas : pedibus anticis prevalidis 
metatarsi denticulo conspicuo. Fcem. denticulo minutissimo. Long. 
fcem. vix 1 lin. mar. If lin. 

Larva sanguinea, capite antennis abdomine postice et pedibus 
nigricantibus. 

Hab. In capitulis Armeria? maritimce frequens, etiam in corymbis 
Chrysanthemi leucanthemi. Forsan itaque Thrips leucanthemi et 
brachiata, Schranck, eadem sip. fcem. et mas. 



1100 LIST OF HOMOPTEROUS INSECTS. 

a a. Metatarsus anlicus muticus (in foeminis?). 

6. Phlceothrips subtilissima. 

Nigra, anteimarum flagello nisi apice tarsisque pallide fer- 
rugineis, tibiis anticis nisi basi ferrugineis, alis subhyalinis ; fcem.? 
Hab. Sub cortice, sat agilis ; in gallis Quercus, F. W. 

Praecedenti aequalis satis distincta. Caput antice magis rotun- 
dato-attenuatura, postice tantum subtilissime transversim acicula- 
tum, inter oculos laevissimum : antennae medio haud crassiores: alae 
dimidio interiore laevius flavicante ciliis vix fuscis nisi cum congesta 
visantur. Tubus analis paulo brevior videtur. Long. § — | lin. 

a. England. Presented by F. Walker, Esq. 

7. Phlcsothrips albipennis. 

Phlceothrips albipennis, Burnt. Handb. Ent. ii. 410, 6. 

Phlceothrips aculeata, Hal. Ent. Mag. iii. 441, 2. 

Haplothrips albipennis, Amyot et Serv. Hist. Nat. Hem. 640, 1. 

Nigra, antennarum articulis3tio et 4to totis 2do et 5to basi tibiis 
apice anticis totis tarsisque pallidis, corporis setis fuscis, femoribus 
subaequalibus ; fcem. Long. fcem. 1 J lin. 

" Hab. In floribus Valeriana dioicce frequens/' Burm. I. c. 

* Alata? de quibus hsereo annon referenda forent ad Heteropterarum 
sectionem. 

8. Phlceothrips coriacea. 

Phlceothrips coriacea, Hal. Ent. Mag. iii. 443, 6. Burm. Handb. 
Ent. ii. 410, 7. Amyot et Serv. Hist. Nat. Hkm. 640, I. 

Piceo-nigra, antennarum articulo 3tio toto sequentibus basi 
pallidis, tibiis basi apiceque anticis totis tarsisque ferrugineis, capite 
intricatim ruguloso, pone oculos parum rotundato-dilatato et muri- 
cato, femoribus anticis incrassatis, denticulo metatarsi manifesto ; 
fo?m. Long. \\ lin. 



LIST OF HOMOPTEKOUS INSECTS. 1101 



9. Phlceothkips ANNULICOBNIS. 

Phloeothrips annulicornis, Hal. Ent. Mag. iii. 443, 7. Burrn. 
Handb. Ent. ii. 410, 8. Amyot et Serv. Hist. Nat. Hem. 
640, 2. 

Piceo-nigra; antennarum articulis intermediis basi tibiis 
anticis tarsisque ferrugineis; capite transversim aciculato, pone 
oculos parum dilatato ; femoribus anticis incrassatis, denticulo me- 
tatarsi manifesto, fcem.? Long. 1 lin. 



Fam. 2. TEREBRANTIA. 

Terebrantia, Hal. Ent. Mag. iii. 443. Burm., Amyot et Serv. 

Terebra foeminis compressa acuta quadrivalvis, in rima ventrali 
segmentorum penultimi et ultimi recondita : alae anticae firmiores j 
venis, praeter ambitum, duabus parallelis elongatis, et axillari brevi 
obliqua, juxtapositaa sutura recta: mandibular labium vix supe- 
rantes : saltan t abdomine repercusso. 

Antennae pro typo 9-articulatae at multiformes : palpi maxilkres 
3-articulati : terebrae valvulae exteriores margine supero, interiores 
infero, denticulalo : junctura femorum cum coxis simplex, rectili- 
nearis : coxae posticae approximatae ; anticae exsertae, subcylindrica3, 
obliquae conniventes (nisi in Heliothripe). 

Tribe I. STENOPTERA. 

Stenoptera, Burm. Handb. Ent. ii. Amyot et Serv. 
Stenelytra, Hal. Ent. Mag. iii. 443. 

Antennae articulis 6 discretis et apicula attenuata (plerumque 
biarticulata) : hemelytra vix coriacea, conjunctim abdomine angus- 
tiora, subacuta undique ciliata, venis transversis nullis : terebra fcem. 
decurva. 

Antennae apicula nonnunquam articulis indiscretis, varius altero 
adjecto, aut apicula cum articulo 6to connata : palpi teretes subrecti, 
articulis subaequalibus, segmenta quae terebram recipiunt hujus am- 
bitum servant. 

PART IV. 4 D 



1102 LIST OF HOMOPTEROUS INSECTS. 



Genus 3. HELIOTHRIPS. 

Heliothrips, Hal. Ent. Mag. iii.443, 1. Burnt., Amyot et Serv. 
Thrips, BouM. 

Antennae apice capillaceae : coxae anticae distantes subglobosae : 
hemelytra nisi basi valde attenuata: vena anteriore costam ante 
medium appetente : corporis pagina supina concinne reticulata. 

Antennae apicula elongata setacea 3-articulata : colli junctura 
incisa. 



1. Heliothrips h^emorrhoidalis. 

Heliothrips haemorrhoidalis, Burnt. Handb. Ent. ii. 412. Amyot et 

Serv. Hist. Nat. Hkm. 641. Hal. 
Thrips haemorrhoidalis, Bouche, Schadl. Garten Ins. 42. 
Heliothrips Adonidum, Hal. Ent. Mag. iii. 443. 

Fusca, abdominis apice ferrugineo ; antennisalbidisbasifuscis, 
apice nigris ; pedibus albidis. Long. § — J lin. 

Hah. In vaporariis Europae,sub foliis Malvacearum, $-c. ; exitiosa 
hospitatur. 

a — d. England. Presented by F. Walker, Esq. 



Genus 4. SERICOTHRIPS. 

Sericothrips, Hal, Ent. Mag. iii. 444. Burnt., Amyot et Serv. 

Antennae apiculabrevi : hemelytra vena utraque fere in apicem 
excurrente ; (vel saepius alarum rudimenta tantum): abdomen to- 
mentosum, segmento extremo in utroque sexu conico-attenuato. 

Thorax et caput opaca quasi carbonacea : alas (posticae) tenuis- 
simae, lobo axillari dilatato. Mas lacinia obtusa subapice abdomi- 
nis parum prominula distingui potest : intestinum tenue basi in 
utriculum pro recipiendis vasis hepaticis ampliatum : quoad caetera 
differt nou multum a structura Thripis. 



LIST OF HOMOPTEROUS INSECTS. 1103 



1. Sebicothrips Staphylinus. 

Sericothrips staphylinus, Hal. Ent. Mag. iii. 444. Burm. Handb. 
Ent. 413. Amyot et Serv. Hist. Nat. Him. 641. 

Subaptera, Mas et Fcem. abdominis dorso subtilissime seriatim 
ciliato. 

Nigra ; capite thoraceque opacis, scutello albomicante, abdo- 
mine sericeo ; antennae articulo 2ndo et 3tio pedesque pallide fer- 
ruginei, femoribus basi fuscis ; alarum rudimenta alba, radice ni- 
gricante. Long. % lin. 

Hab. In floribus Ulicis, agillime cursitans et saltitans. 

Fceminae perfecte alatae, hemelytris nigricantibus basi albidis, 
abdomine vix ciliato, occurrunt rarius cum subapteris commixtae ; 
ut in pluribus speciebus e genere Phlceothripe. 

a — d. England. Presented by F. Walker, Esq. 



Genus 5. THRIPS. 

Thrips, Hal. Ent. Mag. iii. 444, iv. Burm. 

Thrips, p., Linn., Fabr., Deg., Mull., Geoffr., Schrank, Gmel., Shaw, 

Latr., Kirby. 
Thrips, Physapus, et Odontothrips, Amyot et Serv. 

Abdomen laeviusculum, subglabrum aut seriatim foveolatum, 
et ciliatum: abdominis segmentum extremum $ brevius et obtusius 
quam $ : hem elytra alis parum latiores, vena utraque in apicem 
fere excurrente, vel alas abbreviatae aut nullae. 

Intestinum corpore fere duplo longius folliculis et stricturis non 
tarn enunciatis : proventriculus ab alveo vix discretus : intestinum 
tenue diametro multiplo longior. Mas vesiculis geminis tantum, 
brevioribus, strictis : ovum laeviter curvatum (phaseoliforme) : larva 
antennis 4-articulatis citra apiculam biarticulatam : propupa anten- 
nis porrectis divaricatis : pupa antennis supra verticem rerlexis pa- 
rallelis. 

4 d2 



1104 LIST OF HOMOPTEROUS INSECTS. 

Antenna apicula Subgenus. 

connata 1. Aptinothrips. 

discreta : Prothorax antice 

ralde angustatus 3. Chirothrips. 

parum angustatus : 

Abdomen dorso 

efoveolatum 2. Limothrips. 

seriatim foveolatum : 

Antennae apicula proratione articu- 
li 6ti 

brevis 4. Thrips. 

elongata 5. Belothrips. 



Subgenus 1. APTINOTHRIPS. 
Aptinothrips, Hal. Ent. Mag. iii. 445. 

Antennae articulo 6to lon^iore apice attenuato-exannulato : 
ocelli nulli : corpus lineare glabrum, abdominis dorso efoveolato : 
alarum ne minimo quidem vestigio. 

1. Aptinothrips rufa. 

Thrips Apt. rufa, Hal. Ent. Mag. iii. 446, 4. 

Thrips rufa, (Gleichen, Neuestes im Reich der Pflanz. pi. 16, f. 6, 7). 
Gmel. Ed. Syst. Nat. i. 4, 2224, 10. 

Ferruginea, oculis et rostri apice fuscis fcem. : pallide flava, 
abdomine glandulis geminis croceis perlucentibus, segmento penul- 
timo ante apicem medium bispinoso mas. Long. fcem. § — | lin. 

Hab. In gramine et cerealibus. 

a. England. Presented by F. Walker, Esq. 

" My brief description of Aptinothrips rufa, induced Burmeister 
to set it down as a larva without doubt: but rashly, for theexarticu- 
late apex of the antennae is no indication of this state, as he seems to 
infer. It is a perfect insect with compound eyes, smooth coriaceous 
integuments, connected segments of pterothorax and prominent 



LIST OF HOMOPTEROUS INSECTS. 1105 

humeral angles and a perfect ovipositor. For the greater certainty 
I took pains to trace its history, and have reared it from the larva, 
which I have figured, as well as the propupa and pupa. For a long 
time, indeed, I sought the other sex in vain, and was almost induced 
to fancy that like Cynips, the insect might be unisexual. But re- 
membering that at some seasons females only occur of Limothrips, 
I did not give up the search, and guided by that indication I at last, 
at the season of hay-harvest, discovered the male, though excessively 
rare, I may say not a single one to several hundreds of the female. 
Amyot has gone farther, for while he follows Burmeister in this, he 
treats as a larva Phlceothrips pedicularia also, the development of 
which Burmeister had recognized." — Holiday, MSS. 



2. Aptinothrips nitidula. 
Thrips Apt. nitidula, Hal. Ent. Mag. iii. 446, 5. 

Fusco-ferruginea, abdominis incisuris fuscis. Long. % lin. 
Hah. In plantis maritimis (Plantagine maritima ?) 
a. England. Presented by F. Walker, Esq. 

Subgenus 2. LIMOTHRIPS. 

Limothrips, Hal. Ent. Mag. iii. 444. Burm., Amyot et Serv. 

Antenna apicula discreta brevi biarticulata : prothorax apice 
parum attenuatus : abdomen dorso efoveolatum, segmento/a?m. ex- 
tremo biglumi : ocelli 3 : frons inter oculos impressa : mares apteri 
(an semper?), abdominis lateribus appendiculatis ante apicem. 

1. Limothrips cerealium. 

Thrips L. cerealium, Hal. Ent. Mag. iii. 445, 3. Burm. Handb. 

Ent. ii. 414, 4. 
Thrips physapus, Kirby, Linn. Trans, iii. 242. Vassali-Eandi, 

Mem. Acad. Turin, xvi. lxxvi. 
Limothrips physapus, Amyot et Serv. Hist. Nat. Hem. 642. 

Long. fcem. f lin. et ultra, mar. J — § lin. 

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1106 LIST OF HOMOPTEROUS INSECTS. 



2. LlMOTHRIPS DENTICORNIS. 



Thrips L. denticornis, Hal. Ent. Mag. iii. 445, 2. 
Limothrips denticornis, Burm. Handb. Ent. ii. 414, 3. Amyot et 
Serv. Hist. Nat. Hem. 642, 1. 

Antennarum articulo 3tio trigone- acuminato ; nigra, antenna- 
rum medio, tibiis anticis, dempta basi, tarsisque fusco pallidis; he- 
melytris fuscis basi pallescentibus ; abdominis apice 6-spinoso : 
fcem. Long. J — 1 lin. 



Subgenus 3. CHIROTHRIPS. 

Chirothrips, Hal. Ent. Mag. iii. 444. Burm., Amyot et Serv. 

Antennae articulo 2ndo acuminato, apicula brevi biarticulata : 
ocelli 3 : caput parvum : prothorax magnus antice valde attenuatus : 
pedes antici praecrassi. 

Alae abdomen superantes. 

1. Chirothrips manicata. 

Thrips C. manicata, Hal. Ent. Mag. iii. 444. 

Chirothrips manicata, Burm. Handb. Ent. ii. 413, 1. Amyot et 

Serv. Hist. Hem. 642, 1. 
Chirothrips longipennis, Burm. Handb. Ent. ii. 413, 2. Amyot et 

Serv. Hist. Nat. Hem. 642, 2. 

Picea, antennarum medio tarsisque fusco pallidis, hemelytris fus- 
cis (antennarum articulo 2ndo dilatato acuminato). Long, i — § lin. 

Subgenus 4. THRIPS. 
Thrips, Hal. Ent. Mag. iii. 446. Burm. Amyot et Serv. 

Antennae apicula discreta brevi biarticulata, rarius articulo ad- 
jecto saepe utroque indiscreto : ocelli 3 : prothorax antrorsum parum 
attenuatus : abdomen seriatim foveolatum nonnunquam et verticil- 
lato-ciliatum, segmento extremo mutico. 



LIST OF HOMOPTEROUS INSECTS. 1107 



Thorax Sectiones. 

glaber 1. Gymnoptebje. 

pilis perpaucis aspersus ; tibiae anticae 

apice in tus den tatae 2. Eudactyli. 

rauticae; alae fceminis nullae 7. Brachyderi. 

abortivae 6. Micropter^e. 

evolutae ; turn maribus 

nulla? 5. HETEROGYN2E. 

abortivae 4. Neogami. 

evolutae 3. Homopter^e. 



Section 1. GYMNOPTEILE. 

Protborax omnino glaber: antennae apicula 3-articulata : he- 
melytra venis glabris. 



1. Thrips obscura. 

Thrips obscura, Mull. Zool. Dan. Prodr. 1084. Hal. Ent. Mag- 

iii. 447, 8. 
Physapus obscurus, Amyot et Serv. Hist. Nat. Hem. 643, 1. 

Pallide ferruginea subcinerascens ; antennarum apice, incisura 
occipitis, oculisque fuscis : alis fusco-ciliatis. Fcem. long. § lin. 

Variatur alis abbreviatis. 

Hah. In Cerealibus. Mas nondum inventus. 

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Section 2. EUDACTYLI. 

Odontothrips, Amyot et Serv. Hist. Nat. Hem. 642, 8. 

Alae evolutae : tibiae anticae apice interno denticulis 2. (An- 
tennae apicula bi-articulata). 



1108 LIST OF HOMOPTEROUS INSECTS. 



2. Thrips Ulicis. 

Thrips Ulicis, Hal. Ent. Mag. iii. 446, 6. 

Odontothrips Ulicis, Amyot et Serv. Hist. Nat. Him. 643, 1. 

Nigra, hemelytris nigricantibus basi albidis, antennarum arti- 
culo 3tio tibiis anticis tarsisque pallidis, tibiae denticulis fuscis. 
Long, f — 1 lin. 

Hab. In floribus Ulicis, frequens. Larva ibidem. 

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3. Thrips Loti. 

Nigra, hemelytris nigricantibus basi albidis, antennis medio 
tarsisque pallidis, tibiis anticis pallidis intus fusco marginatis. 

Hab. In floribus Loti corniculati lecta rarissime, an incola 
proprius ? 

4. Thrips phalerata. 

Thrips phalerata, Hal. Ent. Mag. iii. 447, 7. Burm. Handb. Ent. 

ii. 414, 6. 
Odontothrips phalerata, Amyot et Serv. Hist. Nat. HSm. 643, 2. 

Nigra, hemelytris nigricantibus fascia pallida et basi albida ; 
antennarum articulo 3tio tarsisque pallidis, tibiis anticis pallidis fus- 
co marginatis. 

Hab. In floribus Vicice sativce frequens. Larva ibidem lecta. 

Obs. Species alia hemelytris fasciatis in floribus Sarothamni 
Scoparii obvia est. 



Section 3. HOMOPTEE^l. 

Taeniothrips, Amyot et Serv. Hist. Nat. HSm. 644, 11. 

Alae evolutae in mare et fam. .-^tibiae muticae. Ob multitudi- 
nem specierum ulterias dispertiendae, at sectiones nondum rite di- 
gests. 



LIST OF HOMOPTEEOUS INSECTS. 1109 



5. Thrips Primula. 

Thrips Primula, Hal. Ent. Mag, iii. 449, 22. Burm. Handb. Ent. 

ii. 415. 
Taeniothrips Primulae, Amyot et Serv. Hist. Nat. Hem. 644. 

Fusca, incisuris et metathorace lutescentibus, pedibus ferrugi- 
nosis, antennis medio pallidis ; hemelytris breviusculis, stramineis, 
fascia apiceque fuscis, basi albida (vena anteriore vix nisi basi cili- 
ata) ; occipite tumido ; oculis protuberantibus. Mas et Fcem. Loug. 
f lin. 

Hab. In floribus Primula veris frequens. 
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Obs. Species alia oculis protuberantibus in floribus Orchidis 
obvia est. 

6. Thrips decora. 

Thrips decora, Hal. Ent. Mag. iii. 449, 23. Burm. Handb. Ent. ii. 

416,11. 
Taeniothrips decora, Amyot et Serv. Hist. Nat. Hem. 644, 2. 

Nigra, hemelytris fuscis fascia pallida, basi albidis, antennis 
medio, tibiis apice anticis fere totis tarsisque albidis ; capite aequi- 
lato,/oera. 

Hab. In Spiraea Ulmaria et alibi rarius. 



t 7. Thrips aspera. 

Nigra, hemelytris nigricantibus basi albidis, pedibus fuscis fe- 
morum anticorum et tibiarum basi tibiis anticis tarsisque et anten- 
narum medio pallidis ; abdominis segmento antepenultimo basi 
utrinque mucronato, mas. 

Semel tantum lecta. 

8. Thrips atrata. 

Thrips atrata, Hal. Ent. Mag. iii, 447, 10. 

Physapus atratus, Amyot et Serv. Hist. Nat. Hem. 643, 3. 



1110 LIST OF HOMOPTEROUS INSECTS. 

Atra, hemelytris nigricantibus basi albidis, antennarum articulo 
3tio tarsisque fuscis. Long, f lin. 

Hab. In floribus Spergulce nodosa et alibi frequens. 



9. Thrips vulgatissima. 

Thrips vulgatissima, Hal. Ent. Mag. iii. 447, 11. Burm. Handb. 

Ent. ii.414. 
Physapus ater, Deg. Act. Holm, 1744, 3*, pi. 4, f. 4. Amyot et Serv. 

Hist. Nat. mm. 643, 4. 
Thrips physapus, Deg. Ins. iii. 6, 1, pi. 1, f. 1. Shaw, Zool. vi. 199, 

pi. 63. 

Nigricans, hemelytris albidis, antennis pedibusque fuscis, 
antennarum articulo 2ndo apice, 3tio toto, femoribus tibiisque basi 
et apice tarsisque pallidis,/asm. 

Fusco-testacea, abdomine citra basin nigricante, antennis pedi- 
busque pallidis, antennis apice femoribus tibiisque medio infusca- 
tis, mas. 

Hab. Passim, frequens in Umbelliferis, Siliculosis, &c. 
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10. Thrips Cynorrhodi. 

Thrips cynorrhodi, Hal. Ent. Mag. iii. 448, 12. 

Physapus cynorrhodi, Amyot et Serv. Hist. Nat. Him. 643, 5. 

Hab. In floribus Rosarum trivialium; praecedenti similis, minor. 



11. Thrips Grossulariae. 

Thrips grossulariae, Hal. Ent. Mag. iii. 448, 13. Amyot et Serv. 
Hist. Nat. Hem. 644, 1. 

Hab. In floribus Ribis Grossulariae. 

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12. Thrips Ulmifoliorum. 

Thrips ulmifoliorum, Hal. Ent. Mag. iii. 447, 9. 

Physapus ulmifoliorum, Amyot el Serv. Hist. Nat. Him. 643, 2. 

Ferruginea, albido micans, prothoracis disco et abdomine ob- 
scurioribus, antennis fuscescentibus basi pallidis. Fcem. Long. \ 
lin. 

Hah. Sub foliis Ulmi campestris in Horto JBotanico ad Glas- 
nevin prope Eblanam. 



Obs. In sequentibus Spp. 17 — 22, antennarum apicula exar- 
ticulata videtur. 

13. Thrips Physapus. 

Thrips physapus, Linn. Syst. Nat. ii. 743, 2. Faun. Suec. 1027. 
Geoffr. Ins. Par. i. 485, 2. Scop. Ent. Cam. 418. Fair. Sp. 
Ins. ii. 396, 1. Mant. Ins. ii. 320, 1. Ent. Syst. iv. 228, 1. 
Syst. Rhyn. 313, 3. Schceff. Elem. pi. 127. Gmel. Ed. Syst. 
Nat. i. 4, 2222, 2. Hal. Ent. Mag. iii. 448, 14. Burm. Handb. 
Ent. ii. 415, 8. Amyot et Serv. Hist. Nat. H6m. 644, 2. 

Nigra, hemelytris fuscanis ; antennis albidis basi apiceque 
fuscis ; tibiis apice, anticis nisi margine, tarsisque ferrugineis ; 
oculis glabris. Long. fcem. § — J lin. 

Hab. In flosculis Cichoracearum. 



14. Thrips fuscipennis. 

Thrips fuscipennis, Hal. Ent. Mag. iii. 448, 15. Amyot et Serv. 
Hist. Nat. Hem. 644, 3. 

Fusca vel fusco-testacea, abdomine citra basin obscuriore, an- 
tennis basi tibiis apice tarsisque pallidioribus, hemelytris fuscanis 
basi albida. 

Oculis glabris, fcem. 

(Mas minor, pallidior, abdominis incisuris fuscis, hemelytris 
pallidis ?) 

Hab. In gramine pascuorum Julio mense frequens, in i?w- 
mice, tyc. 



1112 LIST OF HOMOPTEROUS INSECTS. 



15. Thrips discolor. 

Thrips discolor, Hal. Ent. Mag. iii. 449, 20. Amyot et Serv. Hist. 
Nat. Him. 644, 8. 

Fusco-ferruginea, abdomine obscuro, antennis medio pedibusque 
flavescentibus, ocellis rubris, hemelytris albidis,/<#m. 

Flavo-ferruginea, oculis antennarum apice et abdominis inci- 
suris fuscescentibus, mas. 

Hab. In floribus Cruciferarum in Horto Botanico ad Glasnevin 
prope Eblanam. 



16. Thrips Corymbiferarum. 

Thrips corymbiferarum, Hal. Ent. Mag. iii. 449, 18. Amyot et 
Serv. Hist. Nat. Hem. 644, 6. 

Ferruginea, abdominis incisuris et antennarum apice obscuris, 
ocellis rubris, hemelytris albidis,/flsm. 

Silacea, mas. 

Hab. In floribus Corymbiferarum in horto praedicto. 



17. Thrips minutissima. 

Thrips minutissima, Linn. Syst. Nat. ii. 743, 3. Faun. Suec. 1028. 
Fabr. Sp. Ins. ii. 396, 4. Mant. Ins. ii. 320, 4. Ent. Syst. iv. 
229, 6. Syst. Rhyn. 314, 8. Gmel. Ed. Syst. Nat. i. 4, 2222, 
3. Hal. Ent. Mag. iii. 449, 19. Amyot et Serv. Hist. Nat. 
Hem. 644, 7. 

Ferruginosa, abdomine obscuriore, antennis basi pedibusque 
pallidioribus, ocellis decoloribus, hemelytris albidis, fcem. Long, 
iliu. 

Hab. In Cerealibus, in Reseda odorata et alibi non infrequens. 

Obs. A reliquis parvulis pallidulis statim distinguenda ob 
ocellos inconspicuos. 



LIST OF HOMOPTEROUS INSECTS. 1113 



18. Thbips Urtioe. 

Thrips Urticae, Fabr. Sp. Ins. ii. 397, 5. Mant. Ins. ii. 320, 5. 
Ent. Syst. iv. 229, 4, Syst. Rhyn. 313, 6. Schrank, Beytr. 
zur Nat. 31, pi. 1, f. 25, 26. Gmel. Ed. Syst. Nat. i. 4, 
2223, 7. JM. jEW. Mag. iii. 448, 17. IWm. Handb. Ent. 
ii. 415, 9. Amyot et. Serv. Hist. Nat. Hem. 644, 5. 

Flava, thorace luteo, oculis et siphone orali nigris, antennis 
apice fuscescentibus, ocellis rubris, hemelytris albiclis, fcem. 

Pallide flava, abdominis glandulis geminis croceis perlucenti- 
bus, mas. 

Hab. Passim, frequens praesertim in floribus luteis, e. gr., Nas- 
turtio, Thalictro, Eschscholtzia, Chrysanthemo, Ranunculo, fyc. 

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Section 4. NEOGAMI. 

Ala? anticae evolutse, maribus rudimenta : antennae apicula 
quasi exavticulata. 

19. Thrips dispar. 

Thrips dispar, Hal. Ent. May. iii. 449, 24. Curt. Brit. Ent. 

748. Burm. Handb. Ent. ii. 416, 12. 
Thrips brevicornis, Hal. Ent. Mag. iii. 449, 25. Burm. Handb. 

Ent. ii. 416. 
Taeniothrips dispar, Amyot et Serv. Hist. Nat. Hem. 644, 3. 
Taeniothrips brevicornis, Amyot et Serv. Hist. Nat. Hem. 644, 4. 

Nigra, nitida, antennis medio tibiis dempta basi tarsisque albidis, 
his puncto apicali obscuro, hemelytris breviusculis fuscanis fascia 
pallida et basi albidis, fcem. 

Nigro-fusca, antennis albidis basi apiceque fuscis, pedibus 
albidis, coxis nigricantibus, femoribus anticis basi reliquis fere totis 
infuscatis, alarum rudimentis albis, mas. 

Hab. In spicis graminum locis humentibus. 

Obs. — Alae fceminisevolutae equidem sed abdominis apicem non 
semper attingunt. Long./aswi. f lin. 

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1114 LIST OF HOMOPTEROUS INSECTS. 



Section 5. HETEROGYKE. 

Mares apteri, ocellis nullis : fcemince alatae : antennae apicula 
biarticulata. Vasa hepatica rufescentia quod in hoc familia fere 
siugulare. 



20. Thrips Ericjs. 

Thrips Erica?, Hal. Ent. Mag. iii. 448, 15. Amyot et Serv. Hist. 
Nat. HSm. 644, 4. 

Nigra, abdomine piceo, hemelytris fuscanis et fusco ciliatis, 
tibiis tarsisque ferruginosis, illis margine his puncto apicali fuscis, 
fcem. — aut crocea antennis basi dempta oculisque fuscis, abdominis 
glandulis rufis perlucentibus segmento penultimo biglumi, mas. 
Long.f lin. 

Var. fcem. piceo-rufa (immaturae). 

Obs. — Etiam in varietate antenna? nigro-fuscae, et inde corpore 
obscuriores suut. 

Hah. In floribus Erica Tetralix in montosis. 
Larva simul lecta pinguis lutea. 



Section 6. MICROPTEILE. 

Tmetothrips, Amyot et Serv. Hist. Nat. Hem. 645, 12. 

Alarum tantum rudimenta (thorace breviora, fcem. : abdomen 
subdepressum subtilissime veiticillatum : ocelli nulli. 

21. Thrips subaptera. 

Thrips subaptera, Hal. Ent. Mag. iii. 450, 26. Burm. Handb. Ent. 

ii. 416, 14. 
Tmetothrips subaptera, Amyot etServ. Hist. Nat. Him. 645, 1. 

Nigra, antennis dempta basi et apice tibiis pro parte tarsisque 
obscure ferrugineis, alarum rudimentissubfuscis,/«m. Long, i — f 
lin. 

Ha b . I nlPlantagine mart tima P 



LIST OF HOMOPTEROUS INSECTS. 1115 



22. Thrips pallens. 

Thrips pallens, Hal. Ent. Mag. iii. 450, 27. Burnt. Handb. Ent. ii. 

416, 15. 
Tinetothrips pallens, Amyot et Serv. Hist. Nat. Hem. 645, 2. 

Pallide fermginea, abdomine fusco, antennis basi et apice fus- 
cis, fcem. 



Section 7. BRACHYDERL 

Alae plane nullae : thorax brevissimus : abdomen convexum 
verticillato ciliatum : ocelli nulli, fcem. 



23. Thrips tunicata. 

Fermginea, abdomine nisi apice nigro, fcem. 

Var. Sa3pius pedibus posticis nonnumquam et thorace postice 
piceis. Long, f lin. 

Obs. — Alatam semel vidisse opinor : antennae fere totae et oculi 
fusci. 

Hab. In Galio Mollugine florente. Mas nondum obvius. 

Obs. — Statura accedit aliquantum ad Coleoptrata. 

Sub-genus 5. BELOTHRIPS. 

Belothrips, Hal. Ent. Mag. iii. 450. Burm., Amyot et Serv. 

Antennae apicula breviarticulata articulo 6to longior : segmen- 
tum extremum abdominis in foeminis elongatum acuminatum: tibiae 
anticae dilatatae fornicatae. 

1. Belothrips acuminata. 

Thrips B., acuminata, Hal. Ent. Mag. iii. 450, 28. 
Belothrips acuminata, Burm. Handb. Ent. ii. 416, 16. Amyot et 
Serv. Hist. Nat. Hem. 645. 

Nigra, tibiis tarsisque fusco-ferrugineis antennis fuscis. 
Hab. In floribus Rosa? spinossissmce at non ubique. 

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1116 LIST OF HOMOPTEROUS INSECTS. 

Tribe 2. COLEOPTRATA. 

Coleoptrata, Hal. Ent. Mag. iii. 450. Burm., Amyot et Serv. 

Antennae difformes 9-articulatae : hemelytra abdominis latitu- 
dine, obtusa, coriacea, postice ciliata; venis nonnullis transversis : 
terebra fcem. recurva. 

Antennas articulis Gen. 

9 omnibus discretis 1. Melanthrips 

5 et apicula attenuata 2. ^olothrips. 

Genus 6. MELANTHRIPS. 

Melanthrips, Hal. Ent. Mag. iii. 450. 

Melanothrips, Burm. Handb. Ent. ii. 417. Amyot et Serv. 

Antennae distincte 9-articulatae : haustellum breve : palpi max- 
illares articulis subequalibus : hemelytra margine costali pubescente, 
venis transversis 3. [Tibiae anticae apice dentatae : terebra a basi pa- 
rum recurva]. 

Larva antennis gracilibus 7-articulatis. 

1. Melanthrips obesa. 

Melanthrips obesa, Hal. Ent. Mag. iii. 450, 1. Melanothrips, 
Burm. Handb. Ent. ii. 417. Amyot et Serv. Hist. Nat. Hem. 
645. 

Atra, hemelytris nigricantibus. Long, f lin. 
Hab. In floribus Resedce et Ranunculi. 

Genus 7. .3EOLOTHRIPS. 
.Eolothrips, Hal. Ent. Mag. iii. 451. Burm., Amyot et Serv. 

Antennae articulis 5 interioribus majoribus discretis turn qua- 
tuor reliquis minutissimis in apiculum attenuatum cum 5to fere 
confusam compactis : haustellum longiusculum teres : palpi max- 
illares sat longi geniculati articulo apicali brevissimo. [Oculi ver- 
sus os producti : tibiae anticae inermes. Fcemince abdominis apice 
subreflexa terebra recurva]. 

Sub-g. 

., f completae 1. Coleothrips. 

1 abortivae 2. jEolothrips. 



LIST OF HOMOPTEROUS INSECTS. 1117 

Sub-genus 1. COLEOTHKIPS. 

Coleothrips, Hal. Ent. Mag. iii. 451. Burnt., Amyot et Serv. 

Corpus convexiusculum : pterothorax latus subquadratus : 
Alae completae, hemelytra margine costali glabro, venis transversis 
4. Mas. abdominis lateribus appendiculatis. 

Larva an tennis fere conformibus. 

1. Coleothrips fasciata. 

Thrips fasciata, Linn. Syst. Nat. ii. 743, 5. Faun. Suec. 1030. 

Beg. Ins. iii. 18, 4. Geoff. Ins. Par. i. 385, 3. Sulz. Ins. pi. 

7, f. 48, b. Fabr. Sp. Ins. ii. 397, 6. Mant. Ins. ii. 320, 6. 

Ent. Syst. iv. 229, 5. Syst. Rhyn. 314, 7. 
JSolothrips C. fasciata, Hal. Ent. Mag. iii. 451, 1. 
JSolothrips fasciata, Burm. Handb. Eni. ii. 417, 1. 
Coleothrips fasciata, Amyot et Serv, Hist. Nat. Hkm. 646, 1. 

Nigra, hemelytrorum basi fascia et apice albis : antennis basi 
albidis abdominis basi et apice et pedibus piceis,/«era. Nigro-fusca, 
abdominis basi subrufae, antennis basi albidis, pedibus piceo palli- 
dis, mas. Long.fcem. f — f lin. 

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2. COLEOTHEIPS MELALEUCA. 

Nigra, hemelytrorum basi macula costae mediae et apice albis. 
antennarum articulo 3tio elongata albido, jfewi. Long. 1 lin. 

3. Coleothkips vittata. 

^Eolothrips C. vittata, Hal. Ent. Mag. iii. 451, 2. 
iEolotbrips vittata, Burm. Handb. Ent. ii. 418, 2. 
Coleothrips vittata, Amyot et Serv. Hist. Nat. Hem.646, 2. 

Nigra, hemelytrorum basi et costae dimidio exteriore albis ; an- 
tennis medio albidis, fcem. Long, f lin. 

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1118 LIST OF HOMOPTEROUS INSECTS. 

Sub-genus 2. ^EOLOTHRIPS. 

iEolothrips, Hal. Ent. Mag. Hi. 451. Burnt., Amyot et Serv. 

Corpus teres : pterothorax constrictus : alarum nonnisi rudi- 
menta. 

1. J20LOTHRIPS ALBICINCTA. 

^Eolothrips albicincta, Hal. Ent. Mag. iii. 451, 3. Burm. Handb. 
Ent. ii. 418, 3. Amyot et Serv. Hist. Nat. Hem. 646. 

Atra, abdominis apice ferrugineo, antennis versus basin et abdo- 
minis cingulo antico alhis, fcem. Long. 1 lin. 

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SUPPLEMENT. 



Page 21. 
For 3us subundatus read 4us subundatus. 

Page 23. 

30. Platypleura interna. 

Nervus transversus lusfere rectus, obliquus, angulum valdS obtusum 
Jingens, 2o plus quadruplo ejus longitudine divisus ; 2usfere 
rectus, valde obliquus, angulum per obtusum Jingens, \o duplo 
longior ; 3us vix undatus, obliquus, angulum acutum Jingens ; 
4us arcuatus, subobliquus, angulum acutum Jingens, 3i longi- 
tudine. 

This species most resembles P. semilucida ; and the two, like 
P.gemina,P. basifolia, P. punctigera, P. brevis, and P. simplex, have 
the sides of the fore-chest somewhat dilated and angular, and are 
near allied to Oxypleura, which genus is also connected with Platy- 
pleura by means of O. clara, and joins Zammara through O. Poly- 
dorus. 

Second marginal areolet shorter than the first ; first cross-vein 
almost straight, slanting, forming a very obtuse angle, parted from 
the second by more than four times its length ; second almost 
straight, very slanting, forming an extremely obtuse angle, twice 
the length of the first ; third hardly waved, slanting, forming an 
acute angle ; fourth curved outward, slightly oblique, forming an 
acute angle, as long as the third ; fifth much curved outward, up- 
right, forming an almost right angle. Body green, tawny here 
and there : head much narrower than the fore-chest, adorned above 



1 120 SUPPLEMENT. 

with an irregular black band, which includes four spots; cavity 
of face black, and with black transverse furrows on each side : 
mouth yellow with a black tip, reaching beyond the hind-hips : 
eyes hardly prominent : fore-chest with five black stripes, the mid- 
dle one widened behind, longer than the other four; hind scutcheon 
widened but hardly angular on each side: scutcheon of middle 
chest with four black marks, the outer pair long-obconical, their 
tips almost joining a black band, which sends forth a dart-shaped 
black stripe between the inner marks, the latter are short-obconi- 
cal ; hind border slightly excavated : abdomen black, a little longer 
than the chest : legs slightly marked with black : fore- wings adorned 
with gilded down, brown, with some tawny spots for more than half 
the length from the base, with two short, oblique, irregular, con- 
nected brown bands, and with a row of connected brown spots 
along the hind border: a colourless spot on the front areolet: 
veins green, tawny towards the tips: hind-wings tawny, brown 
towards the tips, which with the hind border are colourless. Length 
of the body 9 lines ; of the wings 31 lines. 

a. North India. From the East India Company's collection. 
Page 47. 

2. DUNDUBIA OBTECTA. 

t" Java. From the East India Company's collection. 

4. DUNDUBIA VAGINATA. 

f, g. Java. From the East India Company's collection. 
Page 48. 

7. DUNDUBIA VARIANS. 

a. Silhet. From the Rev. J. Stainforth's collection. 
This may be the male of D. chlorogaster. 

8. DUNDUBIA LINEARIS. 

a, 6. ? 

Var ? Forewings not tinged with green ; first cross-vein but 
slightly curved; second rather short and upright; fourth shorter 
than usual and not angular, 
c. Silhet. From the Rev. J. Stainforth's collection. 



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Page 90. 

21. FlDICINA IMMACULATA. 

a. North Bengal. From Miss Campbell's collection. 

Page 94. 

26. FlDICINA TIBICEN. 

This species is very variable in the colour and markings of the 
chest, and in the clouding and mutual distance of the first and 
second cross- veins. 

Page 98. 

31. FlDICINA INTEUNATA. 

b. New Holland. Presented by the Haslar Hospital. 

Page 101. 

35. FlDICINA BICOLOE. 

Nervus transversus \us subundatus, perobliquus, angulum vix 
fingens, 2o fere quadruplo ejus longitudine divisus ; 2us vix 
undatus, perobliquus, angulum vix fingens, lo multb brevior ; 
3us fere rectus, vix obliquus, angulum rectum fingens ; Aus 
undatus, obliquus, angulum vix acutum fingens. 

Second marginal areolet a little longer than the first; first 
cross-vein slightly waved, extremely oblique, hardly forming an 
angle, parted from the second by almost four times its length ; se- 
cond hardly waved, extremely oblique, hardly forming an angle, 
much shorter than the first ; third almost straight, hardly oblique, 
forming a right angle ; fourth waved, oblique, forming a hardly 
acute angle, longer than the third ; fifth curved outward, upright, 
forming a hardly (acute angle. Body pitchy black, ferruginous 
beneath : head a little broader than the fore-chest ; face slight- 
ly convex, not prominent : mouth reaching a little beyond the 
middle hips: sides of the fore-chest slightly concave in the middle, 
slightly convex in front, slightly concave behind : abdomen with a 



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black stripe beneath : drums irregularly triangular, extending a little 
beyond half the abdomen, concave on the inner side and conical 
towards the tips, which are slightly rounded: fore-thighs armed 
with two long, sharp teeth : wings slightly gray, dark brown along 
the fore border and about the first and second cross-veins ; veins 
black, pitchy towards the base. Length of the body 16 lines ; of 
the wings 56 lines. 

a. Java. From the East India Company's collection. 



Page 102—232. 

Genus 12. CICADA. 

Nearly all the species which are mentioned in this catalogue 
may be divided into the following groups. 

Group 1. (Sp. 1—9, 11—14). 

Of large size, with broad heads, prominent eyes, and with the 
chest slightly dilated and angular on each side. 

Group 2. (Sp. 10, 15, 17). 

Body linear, somewhat quadrate: head broad: eyes promi- 
nent: sides of the fore-chest somewhat rounded: hind-scutcheon 
broad. 

Group 3. (Sp. 16). 

Body linear : head broad : eyes rather prominent: sides of the 
fore-chest almost linear. 



Group 4. (Sp. 18, 20, 97, 104, 105, 112—141, 144—146, 151, 152, 
155,156, 166.) 

Body more or less spindle-shaped : head small, much narrower 
than the chest : eyes not prominent : sides of the fore-chest concave 
in the middle, convex in front and behind. 

Group 5. (Sp. 19). 

Head a little narrower than the chest: hind-scutcheon narrow, 
forming a distinct angle on each side. 



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Group 6. (Sp. 21). 



Head very little narrower than the chest, almost triangular, 
slightly produced in front, whose sides are almost straight ; sides of 
the fore-chest convex in the middle. 



Group 7. (Sp. 57, 82, 87, 90, 93—95). 

Body generally short : head almost as "broad as the chest : eyes 
more or less prominent : sides of the hind scutcheon rounded or 
slightly angular by the base of each fore-wing. 

Group 8. (Sp. 83—86, 91, 92, 96, 98— 101, 106, 142, 143, 147, 
150, 157—160, 162, 163,167, 185, 189—194). 

Body rather narrow : head a little narrower than the chest : 
eyes not prominent : fore-chest almost linear excepting the hind- 
scutcheon, which is widened and rounded by the base of each fore- 
wing. 

Group 9. (Sp. 102, 103). 

Body rather narrow : head as broad as the chest : eyes promi- 
nent: sides of the fore-chest almost linear: hind-chest widened and 
rounded by the base of each fore-wing. 

Group 10. (Sp. 109—111, 153, 161, 165). 

Like Group 8, but more slender and of small size : eyes more 
prominent. 



Group 11. (Sp. 154, 164). 
Head very small. 



Page 113. 

16. Cicada Feaxini. 

Cicada Fraxini, Germ. Thon. Arch. ii. 2, 4, 46. Herr.-Schaff. 
Faun, cxliv. 1. Siebold, Ent. Zeit. Stett. viii. 16, 6. 



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Page 120. 

53. Cicada viridicollis ? Foam. 

Cicada viridicollis ? Germ. Silb. Rev. Ent. ii. 62, 17. 

Nervus transversus \us valde arcuatus, obliquus, angulum obtusum 
Jingens, 2o ejus longitudine divisus ; 2us subcurvus, obliquus, 
angulum acutum fingens, lo multo brevior ; Sus subundatus, 
obliquus, angulum vix acutum fingens ; 4us vix undatus, ob- 
liquus, angulum vix acutum Jing ens, Si longitudine. 

Second marginal areolet about one-fourth shorter than the first ; 
first cross-vein much curved outward along the lower half, slanting, 
forming a slightly obtuse angle, parted from the second by its own 
length ; second very slightly curved, slanting, forming an acute 
angle, shorter than the first; third slightly curved, oblique, forming 
a hardly acute angle; fourth almost straight, oblique, forming a 
hardly acute angle, as long as the third ; fifth much curved outward, 
almost upright, forming a hardly acute angle. Testaceous, clothed 
with short pale hairs : head a little narrower than the fore-chest ; 
face rather prominent, short-conical : eyes not prominent : mouth 
reaching the hind-hips: chest grass-green, with a tawny tinge: 
sides of the fore-chest almost straight ; hind-scutcheon hardly 
widened on each side : hind-border of the middle-chest hardly con- 
cave : abdomen almost obconical, compressed and pointed at the 
tip, much longer than the chest : legs green : wings colourless ; 
fore border and veins green, darker towards the tip. Length of the 
body 12 lines ; of the wings 32 lines. 



Page 125. 
62. Cicada passerculus. 
b. Ega, on the Amazon, From Mr. Stevens' collection. 

Page 126. 
64. Cicada spinicosta. 
d. Ega, on the Amazon. From Mr. Stevens' collection. 



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Page 151. 

89. Cicada ubens. 

The name of this species is changed to distinguish it from C. 
torn da, Erichson. 

Page 159. 

97. Cicada Zealandica. 

Var. Second marginal areolet a little longer than the first ; first 
cross-vein almost straight, very slanting, hardly forming an angle, 
parted from the second by about twice its length ; second almost 
straight, very slanting, hardly forming an angle, a little shorter than 
the first; third almost straight, slanting, forming a very acute angle ; 
fourth almost straight, slightly oblique, forming a hardly acute 
angle, a little longer than the third ; fifth very slightly curved, ob- 
lique, forming an obtuse angle. Body luteous, varied with green : 
head with a short, broad, irregular black band on the crown ; face 
with a black stripe, which is forked towards the crown ; epistoma 
with two black stripes : fore-chest with eight black stripes ; the 
middle pair united behind, and sending forth a short branch along 
the furrow on each side ; the second pair almost U-shaped ; the 
third pair slanting and united to the outermost, which extend along 
the sides of the hind-scutcheon ; the latter is concave on each side ; 
middle-chest with four obconical black stripes, the inner pair short 
and compact, the outer pair long, curved, and much intersected ; 
some black marks near the hind border, which is slightly concave : 
abdomen with black bands ; underside mostly black at the base, at 
the tip, and along each side: thighs striped with black; middle- 
shanks and hind -feet with black bands ; fore-shanks black, tawny at 
the base; anterior feet black : wings colourless; veins black, bright 
red towards the base ; first and second cross-veins and the longitu- 
dinal vein between them clouded with dark brown. 
b. New Zealand. From Mr. Stevens's collection. 

Page 160. 
99. Cicada albida. 
d. Ega, Amazon River. From Mr. Stevens' collection. 

PART IV. 4 F 



1126 SUPPLEMENT. 



101. Cicada Orni. 



Cicada Orni, Ratz. Forst. Ins. iii. pi. 11, f. 1, F. Siebold, Ent. 
Zeit. Stett. viii. 13, 3. 

Page 173. 

119. Cicada circumdata. 

Tettigonia marginata, Leach. 

The name of this species is altered to distinguish it from C. 
marginata, Olivier. 

/—A. New Holland. 

Page 226. 

182. Cicada h^matodes. 

Cicada harmatodes, Schceff. Icon. Ins. Ratisb. pi. 121, f. 1,2. Roes. 
Ins. ii. Locust, pi. 25, f. 3. Stolt, Cic. pi. — , f. 133. Siebold, 
Ent. Zeit. Stett. viii. 8, 1. Fischer, Ent. Zeit. Stett. viii. 
238. 

Tettigonia tibialis, Panz. Faun. Ins. Germ. lix. 5. 

Dele Cicada sanguinea, Germ. 

Page 227. 
185. Cicada annulata. 
a. Isle of Paros. Presented by Prof. E. Forbes. 

Page 228. 
191*. Cicada limitata. 

Nervus transversus lus rectus, fere y erectus, angulum vix obtusum 
fingens, 2o plus triplo ejus longitudine divisus ; 2usfere rectus, 
subobliquus, angulum obtusum fingens, \o paullo longiori ; 
Sus fere rectus, obliquus, angulum rectum fingens ; 4us rectus, 
obliquus, angulum vix acutum fingens, So brevior ; bus sub- 
curvus, erectus, angulum fere rectum fingens. 

Cicada limitata, Germar. 

Nearly allied to C. signifera, and one of the group which is 
distinguished by the shortness of the first and second marginal areo- 



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lets : second marginal areolets about as long as the first : first cross- 
vein straight, almost upright, forming a hardly obtuse angle, parted 
from the second by more than thrice its length ; second indistinctly 
curved outward, slightly oblique, forming an obtuse angle, a little 
longer than the first ; third almost straight, oblique, forming a right 
angle; fourth straight, oblique, forming a hardly acute angle, 
shorter than the third; fifth hardly curved outwards, almost upright, 
forming a right angle. 
a. Cape. From M. Drege's collection. 



Page 229. 
204. Cicada ^stuans. 
Cicada sestuans, Lucas, Explorat. Scient. Alger. Atlas, pi. 4, f. 6. 
Algiers. 

Page 230. 

207. Cicada concinna. 

Cicada concinna, Germ. Mag. Ent. iv. 98, 10. Faun. Ins. Eur. 

xiii. 17. Siebold, Ent. Zeit. Stett. viii. 9, 2. 
Cicada Orni? Sulz. Ins. pi. 10, f. 65. 
Tettigonia haematodes ? Fussly, Schw. Ins. 452. 

Germany, Dalmatia, Podolia. 

209. Cicada Algira. 
Cicada Algira, Lucas, Explorat. Scient. Alger. Atlas, pi. 4, f. 5. 
Algiers. 

Page 231. 

217. Cicada obscura. 

Cicada obscura, Germ. Thon. Arch. ii. 2, 4, 49. Siebold, Ent. Zeit. 
Stett. viii. 16, 5. 

Germany. 

4F2 



1128 SUPPLEMENT. 



223. Cicada cantans. 



Cicada cantans, Lucas, Explorat. Sclent, Alger. Atlas, Hem. pi. 4, 
f. 4. 

Algiers. 

Page 232. 

225. Cicada sanguine a. 

Cicada, &c, Rosel, Ins. ii. Locust, pi. 25, f. 3. 

Tettigonia sanguinea, Fabr. Syst. Rhyn. 39, 31. 

Cicada haematodes, Scop. Ent. Cam. 118, 447. 

Tettigonia haematodes, Panz. Faun. Ins. Germ. 4, 21. 

Cicada sanguinea, Germ. Silb. Rev. Ent. ii. 58, 5. Siebold, Ent. 

Zeit.Stett. viii. 15,4. 
Cicada helvola, Germ. Mag. Ent. iv. 99, 12. Thon, Arch. 4, 48. 
Cicada plebeia, Germ. Thon. Arch. 4, 47. 

a — d. South of France. 
e—f. Tuscany. 

226. Cicada toerida. 

Cicada torrida, Erichs. Arch. 1842, i, 286. 
Van Diemen's Land. 

227. Cicada pruinosa. 

Cicada pruinosa, Say, Journ. Acad. Nat. Sci. Philad. iv. 330, 
1, (1825). 

United States. 

228. Cicada marginalis. 

Cicada rnarginata, Say, Journ. Acad. Nat. Sci. Philad. iv. 330, 2, 
(1825). 

Missouri. 

The name of this species is altered to distinguish it from 
C. rnarginata, Olivier. 



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229. Cicada dorsata. 



Cicada dorsata, Say, Journ. Acad. Nat. Sci. Philad. iv. 330, 3. 
Missouri. 

230. Cicada aurifeba. 

Cicada aurifera, Say, Journ, Acad. Nat, Sci, Philad, iv. 332, 4. 
Missouri. 

231. Cicada parvula. 

Cicada parvula, Say, Journ. Acad. Nat. Sci. Philad. iv. 333, 5. 
Missouri ; Bocky Mountains. 

232. Cicada synodica. 
Cicada synodica, Say, Journ. Acad. Nat, Sci. Philad. iv. 334, 6. 
Rocky Mountains. 



233. Cicada hieroglyphic a. 

Cicada hieroglyphica, Say, Journ. Acad. Nat. Sci. Philad. vi. 
235, 1. 

Pennsylvania, New Jersey. 



234. Cicada rimosa. 

Cicada rimosa, Say, Journ. Acad. Nat. Sci. Philad. vi. 235, 2. 
Missouri; Arkansaw. 



235. Cicada vitripennis. 

Cicada vitripennis, Say, Journ. Acad. Nat. Sci. Philad. vi. 236, 3. 
Arkansaw. 

4 f3 



1130 l'±'LE3VIENT. 



236. Cicada nigrovibidis, Fem. 

Nervus transversus lusfere rectus, valde obliquus, angulum perob- 
tusum fingens, 2o triplo ejus longitudine divisus ; 2us fere 
rectus valde obliquus, angulum perobtusum fingens, lo multo 
brevior ; Sus rectus, erectus, angulum subobtusum Jingens ; 
4ms rectus, obliquus, angulum vix acutum Jingens, Si longi- 
tudine. 

Second marginal areolet a little shorter than the first; first 
cross-vein almost straight, very oblique, forming an extremely ob- 
tuse angle, parted from the second by thrice its length ; second al- 
most straight, very oblique, forming an extremely obtuse angle, 
much shorter than the first ; third straight, erect, forming a slightly 
obtuse angle; fourth straight, oblique, forming a hardly acute an- 
gle, as long as the third ; fifth straight, slightly oblique, forming an 
almost right angle. One of the short-winged species : body black, 
clothed with white hairs ; borders of the segments mostly green : 
head a little narrower than the chest ; a green spot on the front, 
which is convex, not prominent : mouth green with a black tip, 
reaching the hind-hips : eyes not prominent : sides of the fore-chest 
straight ; hind-scutcheon mostly green, widened and rounded on 
each side, where it extends much beyond the anterior part : hind- 
border of middle-chest convex: abdomen longer than the chest, 
compressed at the tip: legs green, marked with black; feet black; 
wings colourless ; veins tawny, black at the base and at the tip ; 
fore-border green, brown towards the tip. Length of the body 9 
lines ; of the wings 18 lines. 

a, b. South Africa. Presented by Dr. A. Smith. 



237. Cicada intacta, Fem. 

Nervus transversus \us subcurvus, subobliquus, angulum obtusum 
fingens, 2o quadruplo ejus longitudine divisus; 2us rectus, 
fere erectus, angulum obtusum Jingens, lo multo brevior; 3us 
rectus, obliquus, angulum acutum fingens; 4us subcurvus, 
obliquus, angulum subacutum Jingens, So longior. 

Allied to C. nitida, Deg. 

Second marginal areolet about two-thirds of the length of the 
first ; first cross-vein slightly curved outward, slightly oblique, form- 



SUPPLEMENT. 1131 



ing an obtuse angle, parted from the second by about four times its 
length ; second straight, almost upright, forming an obtuse angle, 
much shorter than the first ; third straight, oblique, forming an acute 
angle; fourth slightly curved inward, oblique, forming an acute an- 
gle, much longer than the third; fifth slightly curved outward, 
slightly oblique, forming a hardly obtuse angle. Allied to C. Cuna. 
Body pale green : head a little narrower than the chest ; suture be- 
tween the crown and the front very distinct ; front rather convex : 
mouth with a black tip, reaching the hind-hips : eyes not prominent : 
fore-chest very slightly convex on each side : hind-scutcheon almost 
angular by the base of each fore-wing : disk of the middle-chest 
slightly buff; hind-border slightly concave: abdomen pale red, 
longer than the chest ; hind-borders of the segments green : legs 
pale luteous, partly green ; fore-thighs armed with four teeth, one 
very oblique, near the base, longer than the second and third, which 
are more upright and near the tip ; fourth still nearer the tip, very 
small : wings colourless ; veins black, green towards the base. 
Length of the body 7 lines ; of the wings 22 lines. 

a. ? From Mr. Shuckard's collection. 



238. Cicada Leucothoe. 

Nervus transversus \us rectus, ferS erectus, angulum subobtusum 
fingens, 2o plus triplo ejus longitudine divisus ; 2us rectus, 
fere erectus, angulum obtusum fingens, \o longior ; Sus rectus, 
obliquus, angulum acutum fingens ; 4us fere rectus, obliquus, 
angulum subacutum fingens, 3o longior ; bus subcurvus, fere 
erectus, angulum subrectum fingens. 

Second marginal areolet three-fourths of the length of the first ; 
first cross-vein straight, almost upright, forming a very slightly ob- 
tuse angle, divided from the second by more than thrice its length ; 
second straight, almost upright, forming an obtuse angle, longer 
than the first ; third straight, oblique, forming an acute angle ; 
fourth almost straight, oblique, forming a very slightly acute angle, 
longer than the third ; fifth very slightly curved outward, almost 
erect, forming an almost right angle. Body slender, pale red : head 
with two black bands on the crown, and with two black stripes on 
the face: eyes prominent ; fore-chest with a green stripe between 
two black stripes ; sides almost straight ; hind-scutcheon narrow : 
middle-chest with five black spots, two in front, one in the middle, 
and two on the hind-border, which is convex : abdomen longer than 
the chest: oviduct extending beyond the tip: fore-thighs aimed 



1132 SUPPLEMENT. 

with three sharp, oblique, rather long, black teeth: wings whitish: 
veins pale red, black towards the tips. Length of the body 6 lines ; 
of the wings 18 lines. 

a. Para. From Mr. Stevens' collection. 



Page 240. 

11. Cephaloxys unicolor, Fern, 

Nervus transversus \us fere rectus, obliquus, angulum acutum fin- 
gens, 2oplus triplo ejus longitudine divisus; 2us vix arcuatus, 
obliquus, angulum vix acutum fingens, \o paullb lonqior ; Sus 
fere rectus, obliquus, angulum acutum fingens ; 4us fere rectus, 
subobliquus, angulum rectum fingens, So vix brevior. 

Second marginal areolet about one-fourth shorter than the first ; 
first cross-vein almost straight, oblique, forming an acute angle, 
parted from the second by more than thrice its length ; second hardly 
curved, oblique, forming a hardly acute angle, a little longer than 
the first; third almost straight, oblique, forming an acute angle; 
fourth almost straight, slightly oblique, forming a right angle, 
hardly shorter than the third ; fifth hardly curved outward, upright, 
forming a right angle. Body slender, pale luteous : front short- 
conical, as long as it is broad : wings colourless : veins pale luteous. 
Length of the body 6 lines ; of the wings 18 lines. 

a. Java. From the East India Company's collection. 



Page 246. 

9. Cart nit a argentea. 

Nervus transversus lus arcuatus f subobliquus, angulum vix acutum 
fingens, 2o duplo ejus longitudine divisus ; 2us subundatus, 
obliquus, angulum acutum fingens, \o paullb longior ; Sus fere 
rectus, obliquus, angulum acutum fingens ; 4us subarcuatus, 
obliquus, angulum acutum fingens, So vix brevior. 

Second marginal areolet less than twice the length of the first ; 
first cross-vein curved outward, very slightly oblique, forming a 
hardly acute angle, parted from the second by twice its length ; se- 
cond very slightly undulating, oblique, forming an acute angle, a 



SUPPLEMENT. 1133 

little longer than the first ; third almost straight, oblique, forming 
an acute angle ; fourth very slightly curved inward, oblique, forming 
an acute angle, almost as long as the third ; fifth much curved out- 
ward, almost upright, forming an almost right angle. Tawny, 
partly green : head and underside mostly black : sutures of the fore- 
chest and borders of the usual obconical marks on the middle chest 
black : abdomen ferruginous ; fore borders of the segments silvery ; 
two filaments at the tip : legs pale ferruginous, marked with black : 
wings colourless : tips of the wings and of the flaps brown ; veins 
black. Length of the body 9 lines ; of the wings 28 lines. 

a. Ega, on the Amazon. From Mr. Stevens' collection. 



Page 247. 
4. Tettigomyia Tabanieormis. 
d, e. South Africa. From Mr. Argent's collection. 

Page 250. 

5. MOGANNIA AVICULA. 

Java. From the East India Company's collection. 

Page 254. 

Genus CYSTOSOMA. 

Subgenus CHLOROCYSTA, Amyot, MSS. 

2. Cystosoma vitripennis. 

Cystosoma vitripennis, Westw. Ann. Nat. Hint. Ser. 2, vii. 208. 
New Holland. 

Page 262. 

1. Fulgora later nam a. 

Fulgora laternaria, Wesmael, Bull. Acad. Roy. Sci. Bruxel. iv. 1837, 
136. 



1134 SUPPLEMENT. 

Page 282. 

32. Apblena sangucnalis. 

Aphaeua sanguinalis, Westw. Ann: Nat. Hist. Ser. 2, vii. 208. 
Ceylon. 

33. Apelena Madagascariensis. 

Aphaena Madagascariensis, Westw. Ann. Nat. Hist. Ser. 2, vii. 208- 
Madagascar. 

Page 284. 
Omalocephala planirostris. 
This is a species of Ledra. See p. 816. 

4. Omalocephala morosa. 
Omalocephala morosa, Westw. Ann. Nat. Hist. Ser. 2, vii. 208. 
Port Natal. 

Page 287. 
For 10. Lystra terebrifera, read 10. Lystra tenebrifera. 

Page 306. 

5. DlCHOPTERA HERBIDA. 

b. Brazil. 



Page 309. 

11. DlCTYOPHORA NOCTIVIDA. 

Fulgora noctivida, Oliv. Enc. Meth. vi. 570, 13. 



SUPPLEMENT. 1135 

Page 324. 

Genus 4. SCOLOPS. 
Scolops, Schaum. 

1. Scolops sulcipes. 

Fulgora sulcipes, Say, Journ. Acad. Nat. Sci. Philad. iv. 335. 
Arkansaw. 

Page Ml. 

10. ClXIUS NEEVOSUS. 

Cixius neTvosus, Latr. Hist. Nat. Ins. xii. 311. Zett. Faun. Ins. 

Lapp. i. 546, 1. 
Flata nervosa, Panz. Faun. Ins. Germ, cciii. 6. 
Cixius Cynosbatis, Zett. Faun. Ins. Lapp. i. 547, 2. 

Page 349. 
Transfer Var. ? Niger, &c, to p. 348, under Cixius flavisigna. 

34. Cixius quinquelineatus. 

Cixius quinquelineatus, Say, Journ. Acad. Nat. Sci. Philad. vi. 241 . 
United States. 

35. Crxius STIGMATUS. 

Cixius stigmatus, Say, Journ. Acad. Nat. Sci. Philad. iv. 336. 
United States. 

36. Cixius Pini. 

Cixius Pini, Fitch, The Senate, No. 30, 45. 
United States. 

37. Cixius impunctatus. 

Cixius impunctatus, Fitch, The Senate, No. 30, 46. 
United States. 



1136 SUPPLEMENT. 



38. Cixius? Serratulje. 



Entaeniothes Serratulee, Fabr. Amyot, Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. 2me 
Strie, v. 166,391. 



Page 349. 
Genus 8*. PLECTODERES. 
Plectoderes, Spinola, Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. viii. 328. 

1. Plectoderes collaris. 

Plectoderes collaris, Spinola, Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. viii. 328. 
Flata collaris, Fabr. Syst. Rhyn. 53, 42. 
Cixia collaris, Burm. Handb. Ent. ii. 1, 157. 

a. ? 

Page 350. 
1. Alleloplasis Darwin ii. 
a. Australia. Presented by C. Darwin, Esq. 

Page 359. 

52. Delphax arvensis. 
Delphax arvensis, Fitch, The Senate, No. 30, 46. 
United States. 

53. Delphax dorsalis. 
Delphax dorsalis, Fitch, The Senate, No. 30, 46. 
United States. 

Page 373. 
44. Issus Algiricus. 
Issus algiricus, Lucas, Explorat. Scient. Alger. Atlas, pi. 4, f. 9. 
Algiers. 



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45. ISSUS ELLIPTICUS. 

Testaceus ; alee anticce venosce ; al<e posticce sublimpidce. 

Testaceous : head small, much narrower than the chest ; crown 
narrow, much longer than broad, forming a conical compartment, 
with a rim along the border, extending along the disk of the front 
to the face ; face scutcheon-shaped, widening towards the epistoma, 
extremely minutely striated across, with three longitudinal ridges, 
the side pair slightly curved ; epistoma short-conical, bordered by a 
rim: shield very short: fore-wings with very strongly marked lon- 
gitudinal veins, between which are many pale, straight, slight cross- 
veins : hind-wings almost colourless. Length of the body 2j lines ; 
of the wings 5 lines. 

a. Philippine Islands. From Mr. Wood's collection. 
Page 394. 

29. EURYBRACHIS CRUDE LIS. 

Eurybrachis crudelis, Westw. Ann. Nat. Hist. Ser. 2, vii. 208. 
Ceylon. 

Page 397. 
9. Derbe substrigilis. 
Derbe substrigilis, Westw. Ann. Nat. Hist. Ser. 2, vii, 209. 
Brazil. 

Page 399. 

5. Phenice tessellata, 

Derbe (Phenice) tessellata, Westw. Ann. Nat. Hist. Ser. 2, vii. 209. 
Sierra Leone. 

6. Phenice? biclavata. 

Derbe (Phenice?) biclavata, Westw. Ann. Nat. Hist. Ser. 2, vii. 209- 
Derbe biclavata, p., 397. 

PART IV. 4 G 



1138 supplement. 

7. Phenioe ivkesta. 

Derbe (Phenice) mcesta, Westw. Ann. Nat. Hist. Ser. 2, vii. 209. 
Derbe mcesta, p. 397, 7. 

East Indies. 

8. Phenice? dilatata. 

Derbe (Phenice?) dilatata, Westw. Ann. Nat. Hist. Ser. 2, vii. 209. 
Derbe dilatata, p. 397. 

a. Sierra Leone. 

9. Phenice? carnosa. 

Derbe (Phenice?) carnosa, Westw, Ann. Nat. Hist. Ser. 2, vii. 210. 
East Indies. 

Page 400. 

4. Thracia Essingtonii. 

Derbe (Thracia) Essingtonii, Westw. Ann. Nat. Hist. Ser. 2, vii. 

210. 
Derbe Essingtonii, p. 396. 

5. Thracia Pterophoroides. 

Derbe (Thracia) Pterophoroides, Westw. Ann. Nat. Hist. Ser. 2> 
vii. 210. 

Ceylon. 

Page 401. 
2. Otiocerus Coquebertii. 
Otiocerus Coquebertii, Var. a. b., Fitch, The Senate, No. 30, 46. 

Page 402. 

8. Otiocerus Kirbyii. 

Otiocerus Kirbyii, Fitch, The Senate, No. 30, 46. 
New York. 



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Page 436. 

Flata Maeia et F. completa. 

These two are perhaps varieties of ODe species, and the latter is 
the type of the F. Maria of White. 



Page 469. 

71. PffiCILOPTERA ? BIVITTATA. 

Flata bivittata, Say, Journ. Acad. Nat. Sci. Philad.iv. 335, 1. 
Pennsylvania ; Missouri. 

72. PCECILOPTERA STIGMATA. 

Flata stigmata, Say, Joum. Acad. Nat. Sci. Philad. 336, 2. 
Missouri. 

73. P(ECILOPTERA? NAVA. 

Flata nava, Say, Journ. Acad. Nat. Sci. Philad. vi. 238, 3. 
Indiana. 

74. PCECILOPTERA? OPACA. 

Flata opaca, Say, Journ. Acad. Nat. Sci. Philad. vi. 239, 4. 
Indiana, Lake Erie. 

75. PffiCILOPTERA? PALLIDA. 

Flata pallida, Say, Journ. Acad. Nat. Sci. Philad. vi. 240, 5. 
Pennsylvania, Florida. 

76. PCECILOPTERA? BULLATA. 

Flata bullata, Say, Journ. Acad. Nat. Sci. Philad. vi. 240, 6. 
United States. 

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1140 SUPPLEMENT. 

Page 470. 

77. PCECILOPTERA? QUINQUE LINE ATA. 

Flata quinquelineata, Say, Journ. Acad. Nat. Sci. Philad. vi. 241, 7. 
New Jersey. 

78. PCECILOPTERA ? HUMILIS. 

Flata humilis, Say, Journ. Acad. Nat. Sci. Philad. vi. 241, 8. 
Pennsylvania. 

81. PCECILOPTERA ? CONICA. 

Flata conica, Say, Journ. Acad. Nat. Sci. Philad. vi. 238, 2. 
Indiana. 

82. PCECILOPTERA ? VULGARIS. 

Pceciloptera? vulgaris, Fitch, The Senate, No. 30, 47. 
United States. 

Page 473. 

Dele Xerophyllum. X. Servillei is Orthopterous, of the genus 
Hymenotes, Westw. 

38. Ptyelus Mispachathus. 

Mispachathus, Amyot, Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. 2me SSrie, v. 194, 427. 
France, Italy. 

Page 531. 
18. Ceresa bubalus. 
Ceresa bubalus, Var. a. b., Fitch, The Senate, No. 30, 50. 



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Page 533. 

34. Ceres a ? tartarea. 

Membracis tartarea, Say, Journ. Acad. Nat. Sci. Philad. vi. 242, 1. 
Pennsylvania. • 

35. Ceresa? semicurva. 

Membracis semicurva, Say, Journ. Acad, Nat. Scl. Philad. vi. 
242, 2. 

Florida. 

36. Ceresa? calva. 

Membracis calva, Say, Journ. Acad. Nat. Sci. Philad. vi. 242, 3. 
Pennsylvania. 

37. Ceresa? goniphora. 

Membracis goniphora, Say, Journ. Acad. Nat. Sci. Philad. vi. 
243, 4. 

Missouri. 

38. Ceresa? festiva. 

Membracis festiva, Say, Journ. Acad. Nat. Sci. Philad. vi. 243, 5. 
Florida. 

Page 535. 

11. Smilia auriculata. 

Smilia auriculata, Fitch, The Senate, No. 30, 49. 
New York. 

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1142 SUPPLEMENT. 

Page 546. 

3. ENTILIA SIN U ATA. 

Subspecies, E. torva, Fitch, The Senate, No. 30, 47. 
New York. , 

5. Entylia concava. 

Entylia concava, Say, Append. Long's Exp. 301 . Fitch, The Senate, 
No. 30, 47. 

Page 559. 
13. Thelia lute a. 
Centrotus inermis ? Fair. Ent. Syst. iv. 15. 

Page 561. 

16. Thelia Vau. 

Sinilia Vau, Say, Journ. Acad. Nat. Sci. Philad. vi. 299, 6, Var. 

a—j. Fitch, The Senate, No. 30, 48. 
Thelia semifascia, 561, 16. 

Pennsylvania. 

Page 564. 

30. Thelia acuminata. 

Centrotus acuminatus, Fabr. Mas. 
Membracis bimaculata, Fabr. Fcem. 
See p. 566. 

42. Thelia inoenata. 

Smilia inornata, Say, Journ. Acad. Nat. Sci. Philad. vi. 299, 7, Var. 
a. Fitch, The Senate, No. 30, 48. 

Pennsylvania. 



supplement. 1143 

43. The li a ? subulata. 

Membracis subulata, Say, Journ. Acad. Nat. Sci. Philad. vi. 

300, 8. 
Maryland. 

44. Thelia? quadrivittata. 

Membracis quadrivittata, Say, Journ. Acad. Nat. Sci. Philad. vi. 
300, 9. 

Maryland. 

45. Thelia? belligera. 

Membracis belligera, Say, Journ. Acad. Nat. Sci. Philad. vi. 302, 
13. 

Pennsylvania, Florida. 



46. Thelia ? vittata. 

Subspecies, Smilia guttata, Fitch, The Senate, No. 30, 49. 
Thelia camelus ? p. 562, 19. 



47. Thelia Quercus. 

Smilia Quercus, Fitch, The Senate, No. 49. 
New York. 

48. Thelia Castaneje. 

Smilia Castaneae, Fitch, The Senate, No. 30, 49. 
New York. 

49. Thelia? univittata. 

Thelia univittata, Harris, Inj. Ins. New Engl. 180. 
United States. 



1144 SUPPLEMENT. 



50. Thelia? Crat^gi. 

Thelia Crataegi, Fitch, The Senate, No. 30, 52. 
New York. 

51. Thelia? sinuata. 

Membracis sinuata, Fair, 

Membracis? emarginata, Fabr. Ent. Syst. Suppl. 513, 4. Syst. 
Rhyn. 9, 12. 

United States. 



Genus CAEANOTA. 

Caronata, Fitch, The Senate, No. 30, 48. 
Membracis, p., Say. 

" Head broad, triangular : thorax in form of a half cone, not 
compressed above into a sharp or foliaceous edge : elytra with five 
terminal areolets, the apical triangular with its end rounded : border 
broad, slightly wrinkled : veins strong, elevated. Allied to Gargara, 
from which genus, however, the species are excluded by the form of 
the head and of the apical areolet." 



1. C ARAN OTA MERA. 

Membracis mera, Say, Journ. Acad. Nat. Sci. Philad. vi. 301, 10. 
Pennsylvania. 

2. C ARAN OTA ARC U ATA. 

Membracis arcuata, Say, Journ. Acad. Nat. Sci. Philad. vi. 302, 12. 
Pennsylvania. 



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Genus TELAMONA. 

Telamona, Fitch, The Senate, No. 30, 50. 
Thelia, p., Fairm. 

"Humeral angles projecting, pointed and ear-like: dorsum 
compressed, foliaceous, the keel abruptly elevated at one or both its 
ends, forming a somewhat square crest or foliole : thorax nearly or 
quite reaching the tips of the elytra, with elevated longitudinal 
lines on each side ; apical areolet triangular, its end rounded. The 
rather square dorsal crest forms a marked distinction between this 
genus and Thelia, to which it is most nearly related. ,, 



1. Telamona Quercus. 

Telamona Quercus, Fitch, The Senate, No. 30, 51. 
Thelia cyrtops, Fairm. See p. 565, 31. 



2. Telamona eeclivata. 

Telamona reclivata, Eitch, The Senate,Ro.30, 51. 
New York. 

3. Telamona Coryli. 

Telamona Coryli, Fitch, The Senate, No. 30, 51. 
New York. 



4. Telamona tristis. 

Telamona tristis, Fitch, The Senate, No. 30, 51. 
New York. 

5. Telamona Ampelopsidis. 

Thelia Ampelopsidis, Harris, Inj. Ins. New Engl. 180. 
Telamona Ampelopsidis, Fitch, The Senate, No. 30, 51. 

United States. 



1146 SUPPLEMENT. 

6. Telamona Fagi. 
Telamoni Fagi, Fitch, The Senate, No. 30, 51. 
New York. 

7. Telamona concava. 

Telamona concava, Fitch, The Senate, No. 30, 50. 
New York. 

8. Telamona fasciata. 

Telamona fasciata, Fitch, The Senate, No. 30, 50. 
New York. 

9. Telamona unicolor. 

Telamona unicolor, Fitch, The Senate, No. 30, 50. 
New York. 

Genus CYRTOSIA. 

Cyrtosia, Fitch, The Senate, No. 30, 49. 
Membracis, p., Say. 

" Humeral angles rounded, not salient : dorsum compressed, 
foliaceous, forming a regularly arched keel, highest near its middle, 
and at most with a slight concavity posteriorly : apical areolet trian- 
gular, its end rounded. Differs from Smilia, in having the keel 
most elevated in its middle instead of anteriorly." 

1. Cyrtosia marmorata. 

Membracis marmorata, Say, Journ. Acad. Nat. Sci. Philad. vi. 301, 
11. 

Pennsylvania. 



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2. Cyktosia fenestrata. 

Cyrtosia fenestrata, Fitch, The Senate, No. 30, 49. 
New York. 

Page 584. 

28. Tragopa dorsalis. 

Tragopa dorsalis, Fitch, The Senate, No. 30, 52. 
New York. 

Page 630. 
76. Centrotus CaryjE. 

Uroxiphus Caryae, Fitch, The Senate, No. 30, 52. 
New York. 

77. Centrotus fasciatus. 

Fulvus, punctatus, pilosus, nigro varius ; cornua lateralia valida 
acuta; cornu posticum breve, piceum, flavo-fasciatum ; abdo- 
men nigro fasciatum ; alee anticce fulvce, fusco unifasciatce. 

Fern. — Tawny, varied with black, hairy, thickly punctured : 
crown vertical, irregularly triangular ; hind-border slightly concave 
in the middle, with a very obtuse angle on each side ; face short- 
conical : fore-chest rising almost perpendicularly from the head, 
with a very indistinct keel, armed with two long acute horns, which 
are slightly curved backwards, and very slightly inclined upwards ; 
the length of each rather exceeding that of the space between them ; 
hind part long-obconical, with a furrow, not more than one-fourth of 
the length of the abdomen, pitchy, with a yellow stripe towards the 
base, yellow towards the tip : abdomen yellowish, with a broad black 
band above : legs with irregular black bands : fore-wings tawny, 
punctured at the base and along the veins, with abroad brown band 
in the middle ; veins tawny : hind-wings almost colourless. Length 
of the body 3£ lines ; of the wings 7 lines. 

a. Brazil. 



1148 SUPPLEMENT. 

Centeotus ? (Pupa). 

Acanthicus Desmarestii, DeLap. Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. i. 228. 
Brazil. 

Centrotus ? (Pupa). 

Acanthicus Stollii, DeLap. Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. i. 228. Stoll, pi. 16, 
f.85. 

Brazil. 

Page 638. 

Geuus 1. EURYMELA. 

A. Fore-wings with a straight suture : hind-shanks with not more 
than two spines. 

a. Last abdominal segment transverse. Signoret. 

18. EURYMELA BICOLOR. 

Eurymela bicolor t Burm. Gen. Signoret, Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. 2me 
Skrie, viii. 503, 1, pi. 17, No. 2, f. 9. 

New Holland. 

2. EoRYMELA RUBROVITTATA. 

Eurymela rubrovittata, Signoret, Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. 2me Strie, viii. 

504, 2. 

b. Last abdominal segment consisting of two laminae. Signoret. 

1. Eurymela fenestrata. 

Eurymela fenestrata, Signoret, Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. 2me Serie, 505, 
3. 

19. Eurymela discoidalis. 

Eurymela discoidalis, Signoret, Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. 2me Serie, viii. 

505, 4. 
New Holland. 



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3. EuRYMELA RUFICOLLIS. 

Eurymela rufieollis, Signoret, Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. 2me SSrie, viii. 
506, 5. 

8. Eurymela distincta. 

Eurymela distincta, Signoret, Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. 2me Serie, viii. 

506, 6. 
Eurymela vicina, Signoret, Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. 7, var. 
Eurymela speculum, Walk. 



4. Eurymela erythrocnemis. 

Eurymela erythrocnemis, Signoret, Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. 2me Serie 
viii. 507,8. 



17. Eurymela marmorata. 

Eurymela marmorata, Signoret, Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. 2me Serie, viii. 
507, 9. 



20. Eurymela maura. 

Eurymela maura, Signoret, Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. 2me Serie, viii. 

"507, 10. 
Cicada maura, Fair. Ent. Syst. iv. 40, 57. 
Flata maura, Fabr. Syst. Rhyn. 51, 27. 
New Holland. 



B. Fore-wings overlapping: hind-shanks with a double row of 
spines. Signoret. 

9. Eurymela pulchra. 

Eurymela pulchra, Signoret, Awn. Soc. Ent. Fr. 2me Strie, viii. 

508, 11, pi. 17, 11, f. 10. 
Eurymela discifera, Walk. 

PART IV. 4 H 



1150 SUPPLEMENT. 



21. EURYMELA LINEATA. 

Eurymela lineata, Signoret, Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. 2me Strie, viii. 509, 
12, pi. 17, f. n. 

New HollaDd. 

22. Eurymela adspersa. 

Eurymela adspersa, Signoret, Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. 2me Serie, viii. 

510, 13, pi. 17, 11, f. 2. 

New Holland. 

15. Eurymela bicincta. 

Eurvmela bicincta, Signoret, Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. 2me Sirie, viii. 
*510, 14, pi. 17, 11, f. 12. 

23. Eurymela ocellata. 

Eurymela ocellata, Signoret, Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. 2me Sirie, viii. 
511,15, pi. 17, 11, f. 13. 

New Holland. 

24. Eurymela punctata. 

Eurymela punctata, Signoret, Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. 2me Serie, viii. 

511, 16. 

New Holland. 

25. Eurymela trifasciata. 

Eurymela trifasciata, Signoret, Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. 2me Serie, viii. 

512, 17, pi. 17, 11, f. 14. 

New Holland. 

26. Eueymela porriginosa. 

Eurymela porriginosa, Signoret, Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. 2me Strie, viii. 

512,18. 
New Holland. 



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Page 651. 
Genus 2. COLOBORRHIS. 
Coloborrhis, Germar, Silberm. Rev. Ent. \v. 

1. COLOBORRHIS CORTICINA. 

Coloborrhis corticina, Germ. Silb. Rev. Ent. iv. 73. Amyot et Serv. 
Hist. Nat. Hem. 648. 

Cape. 

Page 665. 

48. Cercopis Stbongii. 

Cercopis Strongii, Westw. Trans. Ent. Soc. Lond. ii. 56, pi. 7, 
f. 12. 

East Indies. In Gum Anime. 

49. Cercopis transversa. 

Nigra, subtus obscure* testacea; thoracis fascia antica scutelli apiee 
pedibusque testaceis ; abdomen purpureum ; alee anticce testacece, 
antice et ad apices nigro-fuscce, costa apicem versus albo-ma- 
culata. 

Black, dark testaceous beneath: a broad hand on the fore- 
chest ; tip of the scutcheon and legs testaceous : abdomen purple : 
fore-wings testaceous, dark brown along the fore border and at the 
tip, near which there is a white spot. Length of the body 4j lines ; 
of the wings 10 lines. 

a, b. Java. 

Page 669. 

4. Triecphora 5-maculata. 

Cercopis 5-maculata, Germ. Lucas, Explorat. Scient. Alger. Atlas, 
pi. 4, f. 7. 

Algiers. 

4h2 



1152 SUPPLEMENT. 

Page 670. 
Triecphora analis = Ehinaulax analis, p. 667. 



Page 674. 

20. Triecphora ? bicincta. 

Cercopsis bicincta, Say, Journ. Acad. Nat. Sci. Philad. vi. 303. 
Indiana, Pensylvania, Arkansaw. 



Page 685. 

37. MONECPHORA INTERRUPTA. 

Ptyelus interruptus, p. 715. 
Allied to M. albo-atra. 



38. MONECPHORA RUFO-PICEA. 

Ferrugineo-rufa, piceo varia ; pectus, abdomen et femora nigra ; 
tibia testacea ; tarsi ferruginei ; ala anticce ferruginea, apice 
nigrce fulvo maculata ; vence flaw guttata ; alee postica fulvo 
unimaculata. 

Ferruginous red, smooth, shining, partly pitchy: head small, 
short, much narrowerthan the chest, rounded in front, concave along 
the hind border, longer in the middle than on each side; crown 
much longer than broad, with a rim on each side ; face pitchy, very 
long, flat on the disk, very minutely shagreened, thinly punctured ; 
epistoma almost semicircular towards the face, subquadrate, and 
with a slight longitudinal ridge towards the mouth : shield slightly 
tuberculate, very convex in front, almost straight along the hind 
border ; scutcheon with a slightly arched suture across the middle : 
breast black ; segments with testaceous borders : abdomen nearly all 
black: thighs black, their tips and the shanks testaceous; feet ferru- 
ginous : fore-wings ferruginous for half the length from the base, 
black from thence to the lips, with a large tawny spot on each bor- 



SUPPLEMENT. 1153 

der at three-fourths of the length ; veins with a few yellow dots : 
hind-wings brown, with a tawny spot on each fore border. Length 
of the body 4 lines ; of the wings 9 lines. 

a. Columbia. From M. Jurgens' collection. 



Page 704. 
For 5. Ptyelus obtusus, read 5. Ptyelus hebes. 

Page 713. 
23. Ptyelus parallellus. 
Lepyronia parallella, Say, App. Long's Exp. 303. 

Page 714. 

24. Ptyelus Saragotensis. 

Lepyromia Saragotensis, Fitch, The Senate, No. 30, 53. 
Ptyelus gelidus, 714, 24. 

Page 716. 

28. Ptyelus quadrangularis. 

Cercopis quadrangularis, Sag, J own. Acad. Nat. Sci. Phil. iv. 

338, 1. 
e. Lake Winepeg. Presented by Sir John Richardson. 
/. Great Bear Lake. Presented by Sir John Richardson. 

Page 718. 

For Colenso, read New Zealand : so also elsewhere where the 
name occurs. 

4H3 



1154 SUPPLEMENT. 

Page 719. 

36. PTYELUS B1FASCIATUS. 

ddd. Nova Scotia. From Lieut. Redman's collection. 



Page 724. 
48. PTYELUS? OBTUSUS. 

Cercopis obtusa, Say, Journ. Acad. Nat. Sci. Philad. iv. 339, 2. 
United States. 

Page 725. 

50. Ptyelus ? bilineatus. 

Aphrophora bilineata, Say, Journ. Acad. Nat. Sci. Philad. vi. 
304, 1. 

Missouri. 

51. Ptyelus? quadbinotatus. 

Aphrophora quadrinotata, Say, Journ. Acad. Nat. Sci. Philad. vi. 
304, 2. 

United States. 

52. Ptyelus distinctus. 

Ptyelus distinctus, Lucas, Explorat. Sci. Alger. Atlas, pi. 4, f. 8. 
Algiers. 

Page 733. 

Group 1. 

Genus TETTIGONIA. 

Most of the species which are described in this Catalogue may 
be arranged in the following groups. 

Head slightly rounded above and in front. 

Sp. 1, 3—6, 12, 17, 21, 22, 40—44, 46—49, 58—61, 64—66, 
68, 69,71, 73—75, 81, 83, 88, 93, 97, 105. 



SUPPLEMENT. 1155 

Group 2. 

Head more flat above and a little more produced in front, but 
not conical. 

Sp. 24—33. 

Group 3. 

Head flat above, conical or angular in front. 

Sp. 23, 35—37, 39, 45, 50—57, 72, 80, 82, 85—87, 89, 90—92, 
95, 96, 99, 100—104. 

Group 4. 

Much like Group 2. Hind part of the head depressed across. 
Sp. 34. 

Group 5. 
Much like Group 3. Abdomen contracted at the base. Sp. 38. 

Group 6. 
Head very short, slightly truncated in front. Sp. 62. 

Group 7. 

Body spindle-shaped. Head short, almost conical in front. 
Allied to Gypona. Sp. 67. 

Page 764. 

87. Tettigonia quadkivittata. 

Tettigonia quadrivittata, Say, Journ. Acad. Nat. Sci. Phil. vi. 

312,3. 
Proconia quadrivittata, Vavs. a — e., Fitch, The Senate, No. 30, 55. 
Tettigonia teliformis, p. 764, 84. 



1156 SUPPLEMENT. 



96. Tettigonia communis. 

Helochara communis, Fitch, The Senate, No. 30, 56. 
Tettigonia herbida, Walk. Cat. Horn. p. 769, 95. 



Genus HELOCHARA. 

Helochara, Fitch, The Senate, No. 30, 56. 

Head obtuse-triangular, broader than long, slightly broader 
than the thorax, the transversely striated front reflected over on the 
anterior sides of the vertex ; vertex with a slight longitudinal stria; 
ocelli on the vertex farther from each other than from the eyes : 
tips of the male antennae knobbed : elytra with five terminal and 
three discoidal areolets. 

Page 773. 

103. Tettigonia mollipes. 

Tettigonia mollipes, Say, Journ. Acad. Nat. Sci. Phil. vi. 312, 4. 
Tettigonia acuta, p. 773, 103. 



Page 782. 

128. Tettigonia tkifasciata. 

Tettigonia trifasciata, Say, Journ. Acad. Nat. Sci. Philad. iv. 

343, 6. 
Missouri. 

This and T. trifasciata, Amyot et Serv. (p. 733) may belong to 
distinct genera, in which case the latter may retain its specific 
name. 

129. Tettigonia basilaris. 

Tettigonia basilaris, Say, Journ. Acad. Nat. Sci. Philad. iv. 

344, 7. 

Missouri. 



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130. Tettigonia OCTO LINE ATA. 

Tettigonia octolineata, Say, Journ. Acad. Nat. Sci. Philad. iv. 
340, 1. 

Missouri. 

131. Tettigonia limbata. 

Tettigonia limbata, Say, Journ. Acad. Nat. Sci. Philad. iv. 340, 2. 
Missouri. 



132. Tettigonta mixta. 

Tettigonia mixta, Say, Journ. Acad. Nat. Sci. Philad. iv. 341, 3. 
Missouri. 



133. Tettigonia obliqua. 

Tettigonia obliqua, Say, Journ. Acad. Nat. Sci. Philad. iv. 342, 4. 
United States. 



134. Tettigonia comes. 

Tettigonia comes, Say, Journ. Acad. Nat. Sci. Philad. iv. 343, 5. 
Missouri. 

135. Tettigonia occatoria. 

Tettigonia occatoria, Say, Journ. Acad. Nat. Sci. Philad. vi. 
311, 1. 

Indiana. 

136. Tettigonia versuta. 

Tettigonia versuta, Say, Journ. Acad. Nat. Sci. Philad. vi. 311, 2. 
United States. 



1158 supplement. 

137. Tettigonia bifida. 

Tettigonia bifida, Say, Journ. Acad. Nat. Sci. Philad. vi. 313, 6. 
Vars. a — c, Fitch, The Senate, No. 30, 55. 

Indiana. 

138. Tettigonia hieboglyphica. 

Tettigonia hieroglyphica, Say, Journ. Acad. Nat. Sci. Philad. vi. 
313, 6. 

Arkansaw. 

139. Tettigonia tripunctata. 

Tettigonia tripunctata, Fitch, The Senate, No. 30, 55. 
New York. 

140. Tettigonia Noveboracensis. 

Aulacizes Noveboracensis, Fitch, The Senate, No. 30, 56. 
New York. 

141. Tettigonia inimica. 

Amblycephalus ? inimicus, Say, Journ. Acad. Nat. Sci. Philad. vi. 
305. 

United States. 



142. Tettigonia Melsheimerii. 

Amblycephalus Melsheimerii, Fitch, The Senate, No. 30,61. 
a. New York. From Dr. Fitch's collection. 



143. Tettigonia Sayii. 

Amblycephalus Sayii, Fitch, The Senate, No. 30, 61. 
a. New York. From Dr. Fitch's collection. 



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144. Tettigonia Cuetisii. 



Amblycephalus Curtisii, Fitch, The Senate, No. 30, 61. 
New York. 

145, Tettigonia orbitaxis. 
Evacanthus orbitalis, Fitch, The Senate, No. 30, 57. 
New York. 

Page 827. 
For 39. Ledra culobata, read 39. Ledra cultrata. 

Page 831. 
Genus TLASIA. 
Tlasia, Germ. Silb. Rev. EnL iv. 

1. Tlasia brunnipennis. 

Tlasia brunnipennis, Germ. Silb. Rev. Ent. iv. 72. Amyot et Serv. 
Hist. Nat. Hkm. 648. 

Cape. 

Page 839. 

19. Gypona scarlatina. 

Gypona scarlatina, Fitch, The Senate, No. 30, 57. 
New York. 

20. Gypona flavilineata. 

Gypona flavilineata, Fitch, The Senate, No. 30, 57. 
Tettigonia 8-lineata, Var. a. Say. 

New York. 



1160 SUPPLEMENT. 

Page 842. 
6. Penthimia Americana. 
Penthimia americana, Fitch, The Senate, No. 30, 57. 
New York. 

1. Clastoptera achatina. 
Tettigonia obtusa ? Say, Journ. Acad. Nat. Sci. iv. 339. 

Page 843. 

8. Clastoptera testacea. 

Clastoptera testacea, Fitch, The Senate, No. 30, 53. 
New York. 

9. Clastoptera Pini. 

Clastoptera Pini, Fitch, The Senate, No. 30, 53. 
New York. 

10. Clastoptera Proteus. 

Clastoptera Proteus, Fitch, The Senate, No. 30, 54. 
Sub-sp. 1. rlavicollis, Vars. a, b. Fitch. 

„ 2. cincticollis, Vars. a — d. Fitch. 

„ 3. maculicollis, Vars. a — c. Fitch. 

„ 4. nigricollis, Vars. a — d. Fitch. 

New York. 

Page 851. 

25. Acocephalus vitellinus. 

Acocephalus vitellinus, Fitch, The Senate, No. 30, 57. 
New York. 



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Page 856. 

12. C(ELIDIA SUBRIFASCIATA. 

Iassus subbifasciatus, Say, Journ. Acad. Nat. Sci. Philad. vi. 310, 
11. 

Pennsylvania. 

13. CcELIDIA OLITORIA. 

Iassus olitorius, Say, Journ. Acad. Sci. Philad. vi. 310, 10. 
Pennsylvania. 

Page 876. 

58. Bythoscopus tergatus. 

Bythoscopus tergatus, Fitch, The Senate, No. 30, 58. 
New York. 

59. Bythoscopus unicolor. 

Bythoscopus unicolor, Fitch, The Senate, No. 30, 58. 
New York. 

60. Bythoscopus seminudus. 

Iassus seminudus, Say, Journ. Acad, Nat. Sci. Philad. vi. 307, 4. 
United States. 

61. Bythoscopus lachrymalis. 

Idiocerus lachrymalis, Fitch, The Senate, No. 30, 58. 
New York. 

62. Bythoscopus maculipennis. 

Idiocerus maculipennis, Fitch, The Senate, No. 30, 59. 
New York. 

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63. Bythoscopus suturalis. 

Idiocerus suturalis, Fitch, The Sen-ate, No. 30, 59. 
New York. 

64. Bythoscopus pallidus. 

Idiocerus pallidus, Fitch, The Senate, No. 30, 59. 
New York. 

65. Bythoscopus viridis. 

Pediopsis viridis, Fitch, The Senate, No. 30, 59. 
New York. 

66. Bythoscopus trimaculatus. 

Pediopsis trimaculatis, Fitch, The Senate, No. 30, 60. 
New York. 

67. Bythoscopus Abietis. 

Athysanus Abietis, Fitch, The Senate, No. 30, 60. 
New York. 



68. Bythoscopus fenestratus. 

Athysanus fenestratus, Fitch, The Senate, No. 30, 60. 
New York. 

69. Bythoscopus Fagi. 

Athysanus Fagi, Fitch, The Senate^o. 30, 61. 
New York. 

70. Bythoscopus nigrinasi. 

Athysanus nigrinasi, Fitch, The Senate, No. 30, 61 . 
New York. 



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71. Bythoscopus testaceus. 

Testaceus ; abdominis dorsum fuscum ; pedes postici albidi ; alee 
anticce albo guttata ; alee posticce subcinerece. 

Testaceous, paler beneath: head extremely short, as broad as 
the chest; crown forming an edge which is very obtusely angular; 
front and face flat, punctured ; eyelets seated on the hind border of 
the face; epistoma small, almost square: chest slightly striated 
across ; shield convex along the fore border, hardly concave behind ; 
scutcheon triangular, almost equilateral, not extending beyond the 
hind-chest, with an arched suture beyond the middle : back of the 
abdomen brown : legs pale testaceous ; hind-legs whitish ; spines 
of the hind-shanks few and small : fore-wings testaceous, with 
numerous white dots : hind-wings very slightly gray. Length of 
the body 2 lines ; of the wings 5 lines. 

a. New Holland. Presented by the Entomological Club. 

Page 895. 

101. Iassus annulipes. 

Iassus annulipes, Lucas, Explorat. Scient. Alger. Atlas, pi. 4, f. 10. 
Algiers. 

102. Iassus? inimicus. 

Iassus inimicus, Say, Journ. Acad. Nat. Sci. Philad. vi. 305, 1. 
Virginia. 

103. Iassus? acutus. 

Iassus acutus, Say, Journ. Acad. Nat. Sci. Philad. vi. 306, 2. 
Indiana. 

104. Iassus? immistus. 

Iassus immistus, Say, Journ. Acad. Nat. Sci. Philad. vi. 306, 3. 
Indiana; Missouri. 

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105. Iassus? sanctus. 

Iassus sanctus, Say, Journ. Acad. Nat. Sci. Philad. vi. 307, 5. 
Indiana. 

106. Iassus? verticis. 

Iassus verticis, Say, Journ. Acad. Nat. Sci. Philad. vi. 308, 6. 
Missouri. 

107. Iassus? novellus. 

Iassus novellus, Say, Journ. Acad. Nat. Sci. Philad. vi. 309, 8. 
Indiana. 

108. Iassus? irroratus. 

Iassus irroratus, Say, Journ. Acad. Nat. Sci. Philad. vi. 308, 7. 
Pensylvania, Indiana, Missouri, Florida. 

109. Iassus? clitellarius. 

Iassus clitellarius, Say, Journ. Acad. Nat. Sci. Philad. vi. 309, 8. 
Indiana. 

110. Iassus extremus. 

Ferrugineus ; caput subtus piceo varium, inter oculos albidum ; 
pectoris discus niger ; abdomen supra nigricans ; femora basi 
nigra ; alee posticce limpida. 

Pale ferruginous : head and chest thickly and minutely punc- 
tured : head flat, almost triangular, narrower than the chest, hardly 
concave along the hind border ; its length a little less than half its 
breadth; underside whitish between the eyes; face and epistoma 
mostly pitchy : chest almost flat ; shield with a slight longitudinal 
ridge : disk of the breast black : abdomen blackish above : thighs 
black towards the base : fore-wings thickly punctured from the base, 
to the tips, reticulated towards the tips : hind-wings colourless. 
Length of the body li line ; of the wings 3 lines. 
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58. Typhlocyba vulnerata. 
Erythroneura vulnerata, Fitch, The Senate, No. 30, 62. 
New York. 

59. Typhlocyba affinis. 
Erythroneura affinis, Fitch, The Senate, No. 30, 63. 
New York. 

60. Typhlocyba Quekcus. 

Empoa Querciis, Fitch, The Senate, No. 30, 63. 
New York. 

61. Typhlocyba coccinea. 

Erapoa coccinea, Fitch, The Senate, No. 30, 63. 
New York. 

Genus. ERYTHRONEURA. 
Erythroneura, Fitch, The Senate, No. 30, 62. 

Head crescentiform, about as broad as the thorax ; vertex 
rounded down to the front without an angular edge ; ocelli between 
the vertex and the front, almost as near each other as to the eyes : 
elytra without closed areolets in the disk ; apical areolets four, 
rather long; middle apical areolet simple. Exterior and middle- 
veins sometimes obsolete in advance of the trans verse- vein. 

Genus EMPOA. 
Empoa, Fitch, The Senate, No. 30, 63, 

Differs from Erythroneura in having the apical vein widely 
forked, forming a triangular apical areolet, which is shorter than 
the three other terminal areolets. 

These two genera may be united to Typhlocyba. 

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1166 SUPPLEMENT. 

Page 897. 

5. TYPHLOCYBA CITR1NELLA. 

Typhlocyba citrinella, Tollin, Ent. Zeit. Stett. xii. 71, pi. l,f. 1. 

Page 898. 
10. Typhlocyba blandula. 
Typhlocyba blandula, Tollin, Ent. Zeit. Stett. xii. 71, pi. 1, f. 1. 

15. Typhlocyba Ros^:. 
Typhlocyba RosaB, Tollin, Ent. Zeit. Stett. xii. 70, pi. 1. f. 1. 

Page 900. 
20. Typhlocyba vittata. 
Typhlocyba vittata, Tollin, Ent. Zeit. Stett. xii. 72, pi. 1, f. 4. 

Page 902. 

26. Typhlocyba smaragdula. 

Typhlocyba smaragdula, Tollin, Ent. Zeit. Stett. xii. 72, pi. 1, f. 5. 

29. Typhlocyba picta. 
Typhlocyba picta, Tollin, Ent. Zeit. Stett. xii. 72, pi. 1, f. 4. 

Page 903. 
30. Typhlocyba Urtice. 
Typhlocyba Urticae, Tollin, Ent. Zeit. Stett. xii. 72, pi. 1, f. 4. 



supplement. 1167 

58. Typhlocyba concinna. 
Typhlocyba concinna, Tollin, Ent. Zeit. Stett. xii. 72, pi. 1, f. 4. 

59. Typhlocyba Corylt, n. s. 
Typhlocyba Coryli, Tollin, Ent. Zeit. Stett. xii. 70, 72, pi. 1, f. 6. 
Germany. 

60. TVPHLOCYBA EOSEIPENNIS, n. S. 

Typhlocyba roseipennis, Tollin, Ent. Zeit. Stett. xii. 72. 
Germany. 



Tollin groups the Typhlocybce thus : — 

i. Elytra marginata ; areolis quatuor. 
T. elegantula, Ulmi. 

ii. Elytra immarginata. 

a. Areolis quatuor. 

1. Areola elytrorum tertia basi truncata. Alae marginata?. 

a. Alae venis apicalibus tribus. 

T. citrinella, aureola, micantula. 

b. Alae venis apicalibus duabus. 

T. viridula, flavescens. 

c. Alae venis apicalibus quatuor. 

T. sulphurella. 

2. Areola elytrorum quarta minutissima et apice remota. Alae im- 

marginatae. 

a. Alae venis apicalibus tribus, prima basi dichotoma et cum tertia 

apice convergentibus. 

T. Hyperici, blandula, 10-punctata, Scutellaris. 

b. Alae venis apicalibus tribus, prima et tertia basi dichotomis, se~ 

cunda ad 3am approximata. 
T. Coryli. 



lltiS SUPPLEMENT. 



3. Areola elytrorum tertia basi acuminata petiolata. Alae immar- 
ginatae. 

a. Alae venis apicalibus quatuor. 

T. concinna, vittata, picta, Urtica?, fulva, jucunda, tenella, ad- 
spersa, stellulata. 

b. Alae venis apicalibus tribus. 

T. Kosae, fasciata, Quercus, nitidula, 6-punctato, tenerrima, 
cruenta, lineatella. 

|8. Areolis elytrorum tribus. AI33 marginatae, venis duabus. 
T. smaragdula. 

Aphis Tanaceticola. 

Aphis Tanaceticola, Wahlberg, Of vers, Vet. Akad. Forsch. 1844, 
153. Hornsch. Arch. Scand. Beitr. i. 177. 

Page 953. 

28. Aphis littoralis. 
0. k. England. Presented by F. Walker, Esq. 

29. Aphis hirtella. 

Insert, Distance between the first and second veins at the base 
rather less than half that between them at the tips; third much 
nearer to the second at the base than at the tip, farther at the base 
from the second than the second is from the first; first fork much 
nearer to the second fork than to the third vein, as near to the third 
vein as the third is to the second; second fork as near to the fourth 
vein as to the first fork ; fourth vein hardly curved, nearer to the 
second fork than to the tip of the rib-vein. 



30. Aphis Cyperi. 

Distance between the first and second veins at the tips about 
thrice farther than that between them at the base ; third twice far- 
ther from the second at the tip than at the base, much nearer to the 
second at the base than the second is to the first ; first fork very 
much nearer to the second fork than to the third vein, farther from 



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the third vein than the third is from the second ; second fork a little 
nearer to the fourth vein than to the first fork ; fourth vein slightly 
curved near the base, straight from thence to the tip ; much nearer 
to the second fork than to the tip of the rib-vein. 

a. Ireland. Presented by A. H. Haliday, Esq. 

32. Aphis Bufo. 
a. England. Presented by F. Walker, Esq. 

Page 1050. 
Byrsocrypta pallida, Hal. 
Aphis alba, Ratz. Forst. Ins. iii. 222, pi. 13, f. 3. 

Page 1095. 
For antennae recurva read antennae recurvae. 

Page 1096. 
For tenuis ore read tenuiore. 

Page 1110 and 1113. 
For Passim, frequens read Passim frequens. 

iV?1116. 
For apiculum attenuatum read apiculam attenuatam. 

Page 1117. 
For subrufae read subrufa. 



INDEX. 



Asede, 181 
Abbotii, 401 
abbreviata, 381, 722 
abbreviates, 594 
abcisus, 5y5 
abdominalis, 654, 882 
Abietaria, 1035 
abieticola, 928 
abietina, 887, 976 
abietinus, 887 
Abietis,923, 956,957, 1030, 

1063,1078,1162 
Abrotani, 1035 
abscendens, 371 
Absinthifex, 965 
Absinthii, 965 
Abutilonea, 1093 
Acanalonia, 471 
Acanouia, 471 
Acanorides, 403 
acanthaspis,611 
Accipiter, 83 
accisa, 548 
Acericola, 951 
Acerifex, 950 
Aceriua, 935 
Aceris, 932, 950, 1074 
Acetosse, 982 
achatiua, 842, 1160 
Acbillaphis, 964 
Achillea ? 964 
Achilus, 338 
Acocephalus, 846, 848 
Aconophora, 536 
acopsis. 807 
Acrid a, 209 
Acrostigmus? 899 
Acucephalus, 846 
aculeata, 526, 1100 
aculeolus, 603 
acuminata, 460, 564, 779, 

807,1115,1142 
acurainatus, 564, 779, 1142 
acuminipennis, 444 



acuta, 81,448, 773,1156 
Acutalis, 590 
acutipennis, 927 
acutula, 576 
acutus, 369, 894, 1163 
addita, 448,737, 1017 
adducta, 1017 
Adelges, 1063 
adjecta, 1023 
adjuta, 1012 
adjuvans, 1013 
Adonidum, 1080, 1102 
adscendens, 440, 805 
adscita, 1013 
adspersa, 799, 900, 1150 
adspersus, 799 
adusta, 102, 575 
adustus, 710, 849 
advena, 328, 1024 
^Egopodaphis, 980 
^Egopodii, 980 
senea, 581 
eeneus, 858 
JEolothrips, 1116 
aeruginosa, 919 
esstuans, 229, 750, 1127 
.Ethalia, 646 
jEthalion, 646 
sethiops, 840 
Aethlius, 210 
affinis, 3, 268, 308, 526, 
574,850,929,1054,1165 
afra, 673 
africana, 268 
ai'ricanus, 873 
agilis, 960 
Aglena, 807 
agrestis, 852 
Airse, 920 
alacris, 580 
alata, 570 
Alaterni, 919 
alba, 1050, 1059,1169 
alb re, 948 

albicincta, 340, 726,1118 
albicinctus, 340 



albicosta, 445 

albida, 160, 400, 767, 777, 

1125 
albidorsa, 481 
albidus, 347, 872 
albinos, 148, 280 
albifrons, 849 
albiger, 373, 884 
albigera, 12 
albigutta, 753 
albilatera, 723 
albimacula, 583 
albipennis, 269, 397, 798, 

1100, 1051 
albistigma, 58 
albiventris, 926 
albivitta, 319 
albizona, 424 
alboatra, 682 
albofasciata, 756 
albomarginata, 356 
albostriella, 905 
albula, 466 
Alchimillse, 1082 
Aleurodes, 1091, 1092 
Aleyrodes, 1091 
Aleyrodites, 1065 
Algira, 230, 1127 
Algiriens, 1136 
Alleloplasis, 350 
alliacea, 553 
Alni, 698, 862, 912, 944, 

1072 
Alnifolise, 1030 
alpina, 878, 918 
alpinus, 878 
alta, 476, 529 
alterna, 1021 
alternatus, 876 
Althaea? 964 
altifrons, 553, 608 
altissima, 482 
alutacea, 589 
amabilis, 274, 283 
Araazili, 519 
ambigua, 479, 915 



1171 



Amblycephalus, 733 
Americana, 1091,1160 
Americanus, 1057 
Amerina?, 1005 
arnica, 1011 
amsena, 759 
Ampelopsidis, 1145 
Amphiscepa, 361 
Amphiscepha, 370 
amplus, 706 
Amygdali, 1074 
analis, 667, 670, 1152 
anceps, 342, 350 
anchorage-, 612 
ancora, 601, 633 
Ancyra, 395 
Andrea?, 586 
Angelica? ? 980 
Anghca, 226 
angulata, 558, 725 
angularis, 78 
angulicornis, 360 
angulifera, 771 
anguliferus, 868 
angulosa, 34 
angusta, 174,680 
angustata, 523 
angustus, 806 
Anisostropha, 932 
annularis, 264 
annulata, 247, 582, 923, 

943,1126 
annulatus, 227 
annulicornis, 1101 
annulipes, 1163 
annulivena, 205 
Ancea, 207 
Anomus, 631 
Anotia, 402 
antennata, 938 
Antericornes, 472 
Anthrisci, 1005 
antica, 182,456, 562, 771 
antico-nigra, 592 
Antonina, 488 
Aolothrips, 1118 
Aonidum, 1071 
Aparines, 982 
Aper, 87 

Apheena, 271, 273 
Aphalara, 929 
Aphana, 289 
Aphidia?, 909, 934 
Aphidii, 909, 934 
Aphidina, 934 
Aphidinse, 934 
Aphis, 934, 962, 1047, 1049, 

1053, 1058, 1061, 1063, 

1090 
Aphrodes, 876 
Aphrophora, 697, 702, 725 
Aphrophorides, 697 



apicale, 161, 270, 368, 393, 
431,518,533, 569, 572, 
579, 648, 666, 723, 736, 
923, 925 
apicifera, 161 
apiophila, 917 
Apiopsylla, 916 
appendiculata, 395 
apposita, 1028 
aptera, 374, 1099 
apterum, 374 
apterus ? 374 
apterus, 374 
Aptinothrips, 1104 
Aquila, 84 
arhorum, 1078 
Arbuti ? 1073 
Archangelica?, 980 
Arche, 195 
Arclus, 184 
arctica, 931 
arcuata, 478, 669, 1144 
areata, 675 
argentea, 1132 
argentata? 110,892 
argentatus, 892 
Argostagum, 850 
argyrostigma, 919 
arietina, 499 
arithmetica, 675 
armata, 24,519,982 
armatus,594 
armeniaca, 1086 
Arseophus, 359 

arrosa, 294 

Artemisia?, 931, 965 
Arundinis, 769, 988 

arvensis, 1136 

Arytaina, 911 

Asari, 1073 

ascendens, 493 

ascita, 1046 

Asclepiadis, 1028 

Aselgeia, 324 

Asiraca, 359, 360 

Asius, 141 

aspera, 1109 

aspericollis, 443 

Asperula?, 1014 

asphaltina, 574 

Aspidiotus, 1065 

Aspisarcus, 1088 

Assamensis, 612 

assidua, 1021 

assimilis, 880, 895 

assueta, 1025 

Asteris,973 

Ataliba, 520 

attenuata, 766 

attenuatus, 806, 881 

ater, 871,1110 

aterrimum, 1078 



aterrimus, 1078 
Athysanus, 892 
atomaria, 277, 578, 792, 

886, 1025 
atomarius, 510, 886 
atra, 89, 229, 230, 381, 
472, 645, 668, 789, 840, 
853 
atrata, 89, 291, 473, 1109 
atratus, 624, 1109 
Atriplicis, 982 
atripennis, 1088 
atroaptera, 552 
Atypal ? 554 
aucta, 1017 
Aulacizes, 790 
auletes, 111 
aurantiaca, 532 
Aurantii, 1032 
aurata, 215, 900 
auratus, 885 
aureola, 896 

aureolus, 897 

auricoma, 336 

auriculata, 580, 1141 

aurifascia, 618 

aurifera, 1129 

auriflua, 550 

auripennis, 496 

aurita, 809 

auroalbus, 875 

Aurora, 217, 275, 443 

aurulenta, 835 

Australasia?, 44 

Australia?, 727, 1087 

australe, 1079 

australis, 44, 345, 430,628, 
821, 856, 872, 

Avellana?, 977 

Avena?,972 

avicula, 250, 1133 

axillaris, 527 



B. 

Bactriana, 547 
badia, 756, 786 
Baizongia, 1053 
bajulus, 581 
balista, 631 
ballista, 497 
Balsamita?, 965, 993 
Balsamitifex, 993 
balteata, 590, 883 
balteatus, 883 
Bartsia?, 1025 
basale, 647 

basalis, 245, 289, 419, 527, 
640,626,683,795,1013 
basialba, 26 
basiflamma, 170 



1172 



basifolia, 15 
basilaris, 1156 
basilinea, 352 
basiruacula,lO,746 
basirubra, 278, 670 
basistella, 297 
basistigma, 30 
basi-viridis, 18 
basivitta, 719 
bella, 672, 778 
Bellidis?968 
belligera, 1143 
bellula, 1019 
Belothrips. 1115 
Bennetii, 497 
Berberidis, 996, 1073 
Beskii, 598 
Betae, 1062 
Betulse, 919, 936, 1052, 

1071 
Betularia, 1006 
betulseeolens, 1029 
Betulicola, 941 
Betulina, 1039 
bicarinata, 342, 353 
bicai*inatus, 342 
bicincta, 644, 735, 1150, 

1152 
bicinctus, 338, 849 
biclavata, 397, 1137 
biclavatus, 498 
bicolor, 119, 228,492, 625, 

669, 882, 1121, 1148 
biconica, 120 
bicornis, 372, 594 
bicosta, 112 
bicristata, 484 
bicuspis, 487 
bifascia, 415, 679 
bifasciata, 531, 631, 698, 

719, 722, 735, 850 
bifasciatus, 363, 576, 719, 

850, 1154 
bifida, 501, 1158 
bifoliata, 631 
bifoliatus, 631 
biforis, 373 
bifrons, 702, 947 
bigutta, 441 
biguttata, 721,858, 887 
biguttatus, 858 
biguttula, 592 
bilineata, 1154 
bilineatus, 1154 
bimacula, 300, 364, 491, 

656 
bimaculata, 116, 566, 569, 

1142 
bimaculatus, 808, 847 
binaria, 591 
binotata, 481 
bipartite, 582 



bipennis, 606 
biplaga, 367 
bipuncta, 556 
bipunctata, 342, 533, 575 
bipunctatus, 342, 844 
bipustulata, 862 
bipustulatus, 862 
bispecularis, 656 
bispina, 534 
bistriata, 583, ?850 
bistrigata, 585 
bivittata, 469, 653, 1139 
bivittatum, 649 
blandula, 898, 1166 
Bocydides, 473 
Bocydium, 600, 632 
Bogotensis, 543 
Bohemanni, 40, 883 
Bolbonota, 495 
Bombycoides, 435 
Bonelli, 395 
Bonnetii, 402 
boreal is, 526 
bos, 522 

Botbriocera, 337 
braccata, 598 
brachycera, 501 
Brachyderi, 1116 
brachypterus, 891 
brachyrhina,3l7 
bracte&ta, 563 
Brasiliensis, 444, 1089 
Brassicse, 779, 1092 
Braure, 136 
brevicornis, 1113 
brevifrons, 754, 825 
brevipennis, 357 
brevis, 19, 492, 528, 571, 

578, 692, 727, 774, 807, 

820, 885 
brevivitta, 545 
Brisa, 131 
Brizo,125 
Broraapbis, 972 
Bromeliae, 1066 
Brucbomorpha, 395 
brunnea, 230, 590, 857 
brunneus, 638, 857 
brunneo-fasciata, 534 . 
brunnicornis, 527 
brunnipennis, 603, 1159 
brunniventris, 570 
Bubalus, 531, 1140 
Bubo, 82 

Bufo, 27, 393. 954, 1169 
bulbifer, 595 
bulbifera, 595, 598 
bullata, 470, 1139 
Bumelise, 1055 
Bumelifex, 1055 
Burmeisteri, 633, 808, 1089 
bursar ia, 1054 



bursarius, 1054 
Butomi, 984 
Buxi, 913, 1071 
Byrsocrypta, 1058 
Bytboscopus, 856, 857 



Cacti, 1080 
Cadisia, 199 
cadiva, 1017 
cafra,119 
Caja, 278 
Calaraaphis, 989 
C. -album, 474 
Calemia, 894 
Caliscelis, 395 
Calliope, 212 
Callipappus, 1090 
calliptera, 1031 
callipterus, 1031 
callosa, 328 
Calthse, 921 
calva, 1141 
Calymmata, 1068 
Calypticus, 1068 
Calyptoproctus, 288 
Calyptroides,1067 
Cambii, 1072 
Camellise, 1006 
camelus? 562, 574, 1143 
Campanula, 964 
campestris, 535, ? 722 
cana, 839 
caneroma, 831 
candelarius, 265 
Candida, 439 
canaliculata ? 795 
canicularis, 116 
can tans, 231,1128 
capense, 1079 
capensis,3, 610,870, 1082 
capistrata, 576 
capitata, 23, 501,720 
capra, 596, 636 
Caprese ? 952, 980, 1076 
capreolus, 627, 636 
Capsellaj, 1001 
cara, 755 
Caranota, 1144 
carbonaria, 484 
cardinalis, 744 
Cardui, 848, ? 964, 1005 
Carduina, 993 
Caricse, 1077 
carinata, 473, 590, 599, 815 
carinatce, 481 
carinatus, 370 
Carineta, 240 
cariscia, 701 



1173 



Carmente, 71 
caraosa, 1138 
Caronata, 1144 
Carphograptus, 351 
Carpini, 902, 914, 923 

1071 
Carrenonis, 284 
Carya?, 961, 1147 
Cassia?, 1082 
cassidioides, 728 
castanea, 921 
Castanea?, 1064, 1143 
Castresii, 262 
Catachilus, 721 
Catagrammus, 722 
cataphracta, 1091 
cataphractus, 1091 
catena, 119 
catenata, 2 
Cavigeni, 261 
celsa, 475 
Cenchrea, 399 
centralis, 562 
eentromaculata, 589 
Centrotides, 473 
centrotoides, 570 
Centrotus, 495, 496, 499, 

503, 510, 517, 525, 588, 

592, 596, 600, 602, 610, 

631,632,636 
Cephalelus, 637 
Cephalelides, 637 
cephalotes, 759 
Cephaloxys, 232 
Cerasaphis, 978 
Cerasi, 978, 1006 
Cerasicolens, 1028 
Cerasina, 992 
Cerasti, 920,? 925, 1032 
Cercopides, 638, 651 
Cercopis, 373, 650, 651, 

666, 667, 674, 686, 697, 

702, 725, 834, 840, 846, 

861 
cerealis, 972 
cerealium, 1105 
Ceres a, 525 
Cerens, 1087 
cereus, 863 
ceriferus, 1187 
Cerisyi, 119 
Ceroplastes, 1086 
certa, 1017 
cervina, 16 
cervinus, 412 
Cervus, 568 
Cestri, 1070 
Chalea, 698 
Chalepus, 731 
chalcoptera, 835 
Chanithus, 308 
characias, 1090 
Chariclo, 146 



Charon, 652 

Chelidonii, 1000, 1092 

Chenopodii, 982 

Chermes, 909, 911, 912, 
924, 929, 932, 1063, 1068 

Chi, 586 

Chilensis, 232, 1086 

Chilocorides, 379 

China aster, 1055 

Chironomus, 1088 

Chirothrips, 1106 

Chiton, 1091 

Chloapala, 907 

chlorizans, 895 

chlorocephalus, 825 

Chlorochria, 894 

cblorochroma, 311 

Chlorocysta, 1133 

chlorogaster, 47 

chlorogena, 88 

chloromera, 43 

chloronota, 8 

chlorophana, 897 

Cbloroplegina, 900 

chlorotica, 532 

Chortophilus, 893 

Chrysanthemi, 1028 

chrysura, 550 

Cicada, 102, 262, 285, 290, 
354, 359, 360, 361, 381, 
400, 404, 422, 425, 434, 
439, 442,473,481, 517, 
600, 602, 634, 646, 667, 
686, 697, 702, 719, 725, 
733, 782, 790, 798, 799, 
804, 807, 809, 840, 843, 
844, 845, 846, 848, 856, 
876, 884, 895, 1122 

Cicadella, 733 

Cicadellse, 637 

Cicadellina, 637 

Cicadina, 1,261,637 

Cicadula, 876, 895 

cicatricosa, 274 

Ciccus, 799 

Cichorii, 1009 

ciliaris, 3 

ciliata, 531 

cimiciformis, 1062 

cimicoides, 403, 580, 584, 
842 

Cinara, 934, 1047 

cincta, 204, 230, 284 

cincticeps, 328 

cincticollis, 1160 

cinctimanus, 49 

cinctipes, 803 

cinerea, 513 

cingulata, 114, 168, 478, 
674 

cinnabarina, 926 

Cionops, 1090 

circulata, 446, 688 



circulatus, 688 
circumdata, 1126 
Cisti, 1037 
Cistocephala, 907 
citrina, 503 
citrinella, 897, 1166 
Cixia, 339 
Cixii, 420 
Cixioides, 335 
Cixius, 339, 422 
Cladodiptera, 337 
Cladodipteryx ? 290, 337 
Cladypha, 337 
clara, 23 
clarior, 784 
Clastoptera, 842 
clavaria, 497 
clavata, 598 
clavatus, 267, 598 
clavicornis, 360 
claviger, 598 
clavigera, 598 
Clematidis, 1084 
Clethraphis, 944 
Clethropsylla, 913 
Clio, 73 

clitellarius, 876, 1164 
C Ionia, 66 
clypeata, 904 
Chaphatodes, 927 
Cnici, 963, 1008 
Cnidopsylla, 924 
Cobax, 401 
Coccidse, 1065 
Coccina, 1065 
coccinea, 293, 402, 666, 669, 

1065, 1165 
coccinella, 582 
Coccinelloides, 378 
coccineus, 1064 
Coccus, 1047, 1065, 1068, 

1079,1086, 1090 
Cocois, 1093 
Coelidia, 845, a52 
Coffese ? 1079 
coleoptrata, 223, 363, 725, 

911,1116 
coleoptratus, 362 
Coleothrips, 1117 
collaris, 666, 1136 
collega, 358, 565. 1011 
Colobesthes, 439 
Coloborrhis, 1151 
Colombia?, 339, 361 
colon, 531, 685 
colorata, 735 
Colpoptera, 336 
Corabophora, 592, 596,598 
Combophorides, 472 
combusta, 294 
comes, 937, 1157 
comma, 447 

4k 



1174 



commoda, 1012 
communis, 1156 
compacta, 256, 701, 842 
complanata, 461 
completa, 436, 451 
complex, 908 
composita, 587 
compressa, 477, 541, 686, 

797 
compressicornis, 568 
compressus, 370 
concava, 547, 1142, 1146 
conchiformis, 1067 
concinna, 230, 755, 899, 

884, 1127, 1167 
concisa, 547 
concolor, 235, 322, 365, 

482, 514, 540, 661, 715, 

826 
conferta, 818 
confinis, 736, 745 
confluens, 703 
conformis, 412 
Confucius, 280 
contusa, 477, 1023 
conica? 309, 551,557,823, 

1140 
conifer, 711 
conirostris, 309 
conjuncta, 1013 
connexa,173, 177, 663 
coquata, 270 
Coquebertii, 401,1138 
consentanea, 599 
consobrina, 254, 888 
consobrinus,888 
consona, 1019 
consonans, 106 
consors, 253, 1011 
conspersa, 292, 440, 792, 

1023 
couspersus, 365 
conspurcata, 117 
conspurcatum, 375 
constans, 563 
consueta, 1012 
consumpta, 1027 
contaminata, 341 
contaminatus, 341 
contermina, 1016 
contigua, 670, 695 
contracta, 31 
contractus, 622 
contraria, 789 
contusus, 378 
convecta, 1020 
convergeas, 114,623 
convexa, 726 
conviva, 1019 
convoluta, 578 
Convolvuli, 1000 
Corethrura, 395 



coriacea, 698, 1100 
coriaceum, 374 
Corni, 1047. 1075, 1093 
oorniculata, 546 
Cornidorsi, 472 
Cornifex, 1047 
cornifolise, 1029 
cornuta, 610 
cornutus, 610 
Coromandelica, 440 
corrosa, 512 
corticalis, 814, 1063 
corticea, 698 
corticina, 274 283, 335, 

1151 
corticis, 1098 
Corvus, 86 
Coryli, 858, 942,977,1071, 

1145, 1167 
Corymbiferarum, 1112 
costalis, 118,398,615, 651, 

664, 707, 821, 854 
costata, 286, 398, 542, 848, 

888, 957, 1050 
costata-punctata, 916 
costatus, 848, 888, 1050, 

1069 
Craccse, 982 
Craccifex, 982 
Crambaphis, 980 
crassa, 762 

crassicornis, 359, 499,517 
crassinervis, 925 
Crateegaria, 994 
Crateegi, 915, 995, 1073, 

1144 
cratsegicola, 914 
CrataegifoliaD, 1029 
Craticula, 889 
crenatus, 859 
cribratus, 619,712 
cribrum, 512 
Crimorphus, 350 
crispus, 1085 
cristata, 565, 782 
cristatus, 370 
crocea, 252, 287, 423, 678 
croceus, 893 
cruciata, 499 
cruciatus, 499 
crucifera, 196 
crudelis, 1137 
cruenta, 286, 576, 734 
cruentata, 176, 444, 480, 

688, 887 
cruentatum, 480 
cruentatus, 887 
cryptogamus, 1067 
Cucubali, 988 
Cucujus, 262 
cucullata, 476, 563 599, 

782 



culobata, 827 
Cytisorum, 1031 
cultrata, 552 
Cuna, 166 
cuncta, 39 
cuneata, 574 
cunicularia, 340 
cunicularis, 340 
Cupido, 453 
cupreus, 871 
Curtisii, 1159 
curvata, 537 
curvatinervis, 925 
curvicosta, 114 
curvidens, 610 
cuspidata, 830, 843 
Cuta, 139 
Cutora, 172 
cyanea, 584 
cyaneiventris, 661 
cyanescens, 424, 760 
cyanirostris, -265 
Cyclochila, 44 
cyclops, 574 
cylindricornis, 360 
Cynoglossi, 1010 
Cynorrhodi, 1110 
Cynosbatis, 340,341, 1135 
Cyperi, 953, 1168 
Cyphonia, 596 
Cyphopterum, 375 
Cyphotes, 588 
Cyprseola, 1075 
Cyrene, 284 
cyrnea, 308 
cyrtops, 565, 1145 
Cyrtosia, 1146 
Cystosoma, 254, 1133 



Dactvlopius, 1079 
Dahlbomi, 904 
Dahlia?, 983 
Dalagus, 861 
Dalapax, 433 
dama, 602 
Damater, 178 
Dance, 1001 
Dariphia, 909 
Darnis, 540, 574, 580,585 
Darnoides, 589, 842 
Darwinii, 350, 1136 
decemmacula, 389 
decipiens, 483 
decisa, 389, 548, 643 
decisus, 621 

decora, 4, 382, 744,1109 
decorata, 270, 761 
decoratus, 808 
decorus, 418 



1175 



decussata, 651 
Degeeri, 401, 1056 
Delalandii ? 505 
Delessertii, 266 
delicatula, 282 
Delphacides, 335 
Delphax, 339, 350, 359, 

360 
Deltocephalus, 733, 876, 

882 
demissa, 684 . 
densa, 490 
i^nticauda, 359 
u'irticornis, 1106 
dei lifrons, 445 
deposita, 1016 
depressa, 817 
Derbe, 395, 396, 398, 399 
Derbidae, 396 
Derbides, 396 
Derboides, 396 
derelicta, 1026 
Deribia, 402 
Dermaptera, 1094 
Desmarestii, 1148 
despecta, 314, 1026 
detracta, 1020 
detritus, 713 
devecta, 1020 
Dexithea, 158 
diadema, 263, 805, 862 
Diadesmia, 850 
Dianee, 292 
Dianthaphis, 990 
Dianthi, 720, 990 
Dianthus, 446 
diaphana, 221, 424 
Diaprostocetus, 1079 
Diardi, 240 
Diargetsenia, 340 
Diaspis, 1065 
Diatseniops, 848 
diceros, 527 
Dichoptera, 303 
dichroa, 293 
dichroma, 119 
Dictyophora, 303 
didyma, 117 
Diestostemma, 798 
difforme,375 
difformis, 375 
djlata, 363 
dilatata, 117,270,363,392, 

397,811, 1138 
dilatatus ? 363, 630 
dilaticomis, 507 
dilecta, 747 
Dilobopterus, 808 
Dilobura, 283 
Dimera, 909 
dimidiata, 230, 286, 582 
diminuta, 74, 699, 1028 



diminutus, 801 
Dionysii, 340 
Dionysius, 340 
Diosmatis, 1077 
Diospolis, 400 
diphaga, 1042 
Dipsaci, 962 
Diraphia, 911 
dirhoda,971 
discicollis, 896 
discifer, 708 
discifera, 449, 641 
discoidalis, 1148 
discolor, 273, 359, 374,531 , 

1009,1112 
discus, 409 

dispar, 351, 783, 1016,1113 
dissimilis, 380 
dissita, 1017 
distigma, 892 
distincta, 1149 
distinctus, 1154 
distinguenda, 369 
diupsilon, 138 
di versa, 193, 1016 
dives, 46, 280, 791 
divisa, 3, 297, 667 
Dahrni, 582 
dolens, 190 
Dominicensis, 444 
Donovanii, 422 
Dorei,116 
dorsale, 375 

dorsata, 478,535. 669, 1129 
dorsalis,341,399,543,551, 

558,658,810, 867,1136, 

1147 
dorsiger, 857 
dorsimacula, 658, 663 
dorsivitta, 662, 802 
Dortbesia, 1090 
doruca, 47 
Dorydiura, 637, 638 
Dryaphis, 960 
dryophila, 1052 
dubia, 359,432,781, 864, 

914 990 
dubius, 1088, 1090 
ducalis, 2 
ducens, 655 
Dufourii, 374 
Dundubia, 47 
duplex, 194, 738 
Dyctiophora, 307 
Dyctiophoroides, 303 



eburata, 855 
eburneus, 704 
JEchinocacti, 1066 



effulgens, 858 
egens, 1036 
egressa, 1020 
Elana,197 
Elasmocelis, 403 
Elatiptus, 1064 
elegans, 288, 308, 399 
elegantula, 359, 735, 896, 

920 
elevata, 477 
Elidiptera, 328 
elhptica, 312, 687 
ellipticus, 373, 1137 
elongata, 400 
emarginata, 1144 
Emma, 288 
emortua, 445 
Empoa, 1165 
encaustica, 174 
Enchenopa, 481 
Enchophora, 271 
Encbopbyllum,480 
enfiglobum, 601 
ensata, 480 
ensatse, 481 
ensatum, 480 
ensifera, 273, 729 
Entylia, 546, 550, 585 
Ephemera, 231,336 
ephippigera, 565 
ephippium, 586 
Epiclines, 831 
Epidendri, 1073 
Epiemata, 668 
Epilobii, 1002 
Epilobiina, 1027 
Epimeltia, 907 
Epiplagia, 472 
Epirrhaena, 894 
Episcins, 282 
episcopalis, 829 
Epistiatia, 886 
Epiteenia? 650 
equestris, 834 
Erato, 41 

Erica?, 650, 932, 1038, 1114 
ericetarum, 650 
erigens, 614 
Eriophori, 953 
Eriosoma, 934, 1047, 1053, 

1063 
Erysimi, 1004 
erythrocepbala, 799 
erythrocephalus, 799 
erythrocnemis, 639, 1149 
Erythroneura, 1165 
erytbrophthalma ? 884 
erythropus, 551 
erythrostena, 685 
Essingtonii, 396, 1138 
Euacanthus, 733 
Eucalypti, 1088 



1176 



Eudactyli,1107 
Eumallia, 3^3.0 
Euonymaphis, 9*22, 987 
Euonyrai, 987 
Eupelix, 843 
Euphorbia, 982,1003 
Euphrasia, 1026 
Euphyllura, 933 
eupoda, 925 
Eupteryx, 895 
Europaea, 307 
Eurybrachys, 289, 381, 

395 
Eurymela,638,1148 
Eurymelides, 638 
Euterpe, 157 
Evacanthus, 779 
exaltata?502, 860 
excavata, 92 
excelsa, 564 
excisus, 593 
exclamationis, 723 
exhausta, 120 
exigua, 359 
exilis, 930 
exima, 904 
expansa, 475, 563 
expansicornis, 570 
extensa, 554 
extranea, 1016 
extrema, 761 
extremus, 1164 
exul, 1024 



Fabse, 905, 982 

Fabricii, 1088 

Fagi, 921,938, 1086,1146, 

1162 
falcata, 439 
falcatus, 622 
familiaris, 1015 
farinaria, 7;- 3 
farinosa, 274, 733, 1030 
farinosus, 1082 
fasciata, 46, 426, 474, 476, 

562, 629, 721, 780, 804, 

903,1117,1146 
fasciatum, 1078 
fasciatus, 629, 804, 849, 

957,1078,1147 
fasciculata, 118 
fasciolata, 399 
fastidiosa, 522 
F. completa, 1139 
femerula, 582 
femoralis, 910, 927 
femorata, 532 
fenestrate, 231, 310, 404, 

639, 1147,1148 



fenestratus, 863, 879, 1162 
ferrifera, 115, 313 
ierrugata, 468 
ferruginea, 117, 305, 333, 

489, 586, 660, 672, 783, 

817, 832, 917 
ferrugineus, 832, 863, 865 
ftrrum-equimum, 724 
fervens, 809, 838 
fervid a, 751 
icsta, 693 

festiva, 119,283 734, 1141 
Festuca?, 1084 
Ficus, 933,1081 
Ficus-Caricee, 1077 
Fidicina, 78 
Filaginis?1054 
filirostris, 805 
fimbria, 331 
fimbriata, 329 
fimbriates, 1084 
fingens, 718 
finitimus, 628 
fissa, 485 
fissum, 648 
flaccida, 532 
flammea?268 
flammeus, 338 
flammigera, 676, 887, 898, 

901 
Flata, 264, 270, 271, 273, 

282, 303, 307, 339, 404, 

422, 425, 433, 434, 439, 

856 
Flatida, 434 
Flatidse, 403 

Flatides, 303, 335, 361, 403 
Flatoides, 403, 404 
flava, 569, 597 
flaveola, 227,474, 1027 
flavescens, 351, 363, 374, 

703, 862, 897 
flavicans, 495, 589 
flaviceps, 574, 702 
flavicincta, 528 
flavicollis, 862, 863, 1160 
flavida, 118 
flavidorsum, 834 
flavidus, 629 
flavifascia, 654 
flavifrons, 843 
flavilineata, 1159 
flavimacula, 378 
flavipenuis, 591,881, 928, 

930 
flavisigna, 348 
flaviventris, 293 
flavivitta, 617 
flavolineatus, 592 
flavomaculata, 543 
flavomarginata, 569 
flavopunctata, 291 



flavovarius, 885 

flavozonata, 591 

flavus, 875 

flexuosa, 611, 677 

flexuosus, 611 

floccosa, 434, 1091 

floccosus, 1091 

Florida?, 326 

foli ace se, 473 

foliaceo-ensatae, 480 

foliata, 473, 474 

folium, 445, 635 

Fonscolombii, 953 

forcipata, 358, 926 

Forda, 1060 

formicaria, 1060 

Formicarum, 1088 

formicata, 535 

formosa, 240 

fornicata, 232, 815 

Fragarise, 971, 1083,1092 

Francilloni,402 

Frangulse, 1002 

Fraxini, 113, 918, 1056, 
1081,1123 

fraxinicola, 914 
frenatus, 879 
frequens, 1012 

frigida, 490 

fritillaria, 446 
fritillaris, 398 . 

frondita, 634 

frondosa, 255 

frontalis, 583, 733, 880 «a 
fruticola, 863 
fulgida, 858 
fulgidus, 858 
Fulgora, 262, 263,270, 271, 
273, 282, 285, 288, 290, 
303, 307,335, 350, 361, 
373, 381, 395, 422, 434, 
471, 782,804 
Fulgorellse, 261 
Fulgoridae, 262, 273 
Fulgorides, 272, 273, 335 

361 
Fulgorina, 261 
Fulgoroides, 262 
fulica, 482 
fuliginosa, 60, 294 
Fullo, 96 
fulva, 663 
fulvicollis, 660 
fulvidorsum, 894 
fulvigera, 9 
fulviventris, 841 
fulvofasciata, 799 
fulvofasciatus, 799 
fulvovaria, 583 
fulvus, 806 
fumata, 426 
fumipennis, 936 



1177 



fumosus, 414 

furca, 613 

furcata, 569, 597, 666 

furcatus, 592 

furcicornis ? 504 

fusca, 64, 268, 326, 473, 

610, 741, 929 
fuscata,271, ? 426, 477 
fuscinervis, 913 
fuscipennis, 610, 653, 1010, 

1089, 1111 
fuscipes, 919 
fusconervosa, 591 
fuscovaria, 395 
i'uscula, 1030 
fuscus, 595, 633, 1083 
fusiiormis, 211, 315, 752, 

823 



Gaeana, 253 
gaffa, 633 

galeata, 486, 552, 565 
Galeopsidis, 976 
galeritum, 632 
galeritus, 632 
Galii, 9-28, 982 
gallamm, 1059 
Gallinsecta, 1065 
Gambiae, 506 
Gargara, 629 
garrula, 118 
audens, 743 
gazella, 602 
gelida, 751 
gelidus, 714, 1153 
geniina, 21, 737 
gemniata, 546 
gemmatus, 267 
Genei, 323, 328 
Genera, 257 
Genistae, 629, 911, 982 
Genistifex, 982 
geometrica, 901 
Germari,251,601,779,900 
Germaria, 782 
Germarii, 116 
gibba, 567, 721,811 
gibber, 1075 
gibberum, 1075 
gibbosa, 363, 629 
gibbosus, 363 
gibbula, 585 
gigantea, 511 
gigas, 104, 705 
gladiator, 567, 633 
gladius, 481, 517 
glanduliger, 594 
glauduligera, 594 



glaudulosa, 1032 

glauca, 834 

glaucomaculata, 735 

Glechomae, 1015 

globiceps, 573 

globosa, 495 

globosus, 1057 

globulare, 600 

globularis, 601 

globulifera, 601 

globuliferum, 601 

globus, 583 

glomeriferum, 601 

Glyceriae, 958 

Gnaphalii, 1025, 1054 

goniphora, 1141 

Goudotii, 702 

gracilis, 224, 482, 897, 898, 
1040 

Gradipedes, 934 

graminea, 309, 862 

Graminis, 719, 920, 1053, 
1084 

gramineus, 342, 862 

graminum? 1084 
grammica, 342 
granadensis, 515 
granaria, 972 
grandis, 745 

grisea, 160, 359, 650, 840 
grisescens, 536, 893 
grossa, 116,522, 703 
Grossulariee, 1002 
grossus, 703, 954 
grylloides, 374 
Gryllomorphus, 374 
Guerinii, 283, 497 
Guianae, 333 
guttata, 118, 276, 285,400, 

654, 829 
guttatus, 408, 864 
guttifascia, 441 
guttifer, 712 
guttifera, 427, 539, 845 
guttula, 352 
guttulata, 269, 284 
Gyllenhali, 859 
Gymnopterae, 1107 
Gypona, 834 



haematina? 693 
haematodes, 226,926, 1126, 

1127, 1128 
haemoptera, 274 
haemorrhoa, 840 
haemorrhoidalis, 275, 306, 

1102 



Hagamea, 360 
Hamamelidis, 1059 
hamata, 357 
Hamelii, 1086 
hamifer, 603 
Hardwickii, 631, 645 
Harrisii, 113 
hastata, 537 
hastatus, 731 
Havanensis, 611 
hebes, 464, 525 
Hederae, 995 
Helianthemi, 1061 
Helichrysi, 993 
Helicoptera, 328 
Heliothrips, 1102 
Helochara, 1156 
helvola, 1128 
hemelytra, 232 
Hemerobii, 425 
hemicryphum, 1075 
hemicryphus, 1075 
Hemidictya, 255 
hemiptera, 308, 351 
Hemiptycha, 517, 546,550, 

554, 567 
Hemisphaerius, 377 
Hephathus, 863 
herbaceus, 370 
herbida, 306,470,769,1134, 

1156 
heros, 654 
Hesperidum, 1068 
heterodoxa, 396 
Heterogyne, 1114 
Heteronota, 596 
Heteronotus, 592, 598 
Heteropterae, 1098 
heteroscelis, 289, 293 
hexaptera, 808 
hexapterus, 808 
Heydeni, 918 
hibernaculorum, 968 
Hieracii, 973 
hieroglyphica, 117, 1129, 

1158 
hilaris, 118, 665 
Hilpa, 6 
Hinermis, 592 
hippocampus, 634 
Hippophaes, 914, 1036 
hirta, 597 
hirtella, 1168 
hirtellus, 953 
hirticornis, 949, 1081 
hirtipennis, 3 
Hirundo, 152 
hispida, 500 
histrio, 835 
bistrionica, 183 
histrionicus, 883 
Holci, 1038 

4L 



1178 



Homopterse, 1108 
honesta, 45 

Hoplophora, 510, 517, 521 
Hoplophorides, 472 
Hordei, 972 
Hordeolum, 1068 
Horiola, 585 
horridulus, 605 
horrid us, 595 
horrifica, 500 
horrificus,500 
Horsfieldii, 270 
hortensis, 903, 982 
Hotina, 267 
Hotinus, 264 
Hottentotta ? 216 
Huchys, 251 
huraeralis, 405, 583, 662, 

674 
Humuli, 923, 997 
Humulifex, 997 
humilis, 470, 514, 1038, 

1140 
hyalesthes,335 
hyalina, 118, 225, 304, 404 
hyalinata, 303, 422 
hyalinatus, 227 
Hygiops, 338 
Hynnis, 401 
Hypaulacia, 864 
Hyperici, 898 
Hypericornis, 1076 
Hyporinus, 721 
Hyposcopus, 886 
Hyposticta, 907 
Hypostilba, 901 
Hypsanchinea, 496, 631 
Hysteropterum, 373 



Iassicles, 843 

Iassus, 807, 832, 846, 856, 

876, 884 
Icdidia, 906 
Idoloth rips, 1096 
ignifer, 804 
ignii'era, 249 
ignipes, 616 
ignipicta, 725 
ignipictus, 725 
ignota, 766 
Ilicis, 995, 1069 
illata, 1022 
Illigeri, 1089 
Mustrata,248 
imbellis, 536 
imbricator, 1052 
immacula, 50 
imraaculata, 90, 740, 1121 
immaculatum, 373 
immaculatus, 373 



immistus, 1163 
mpacta, 1018, 1024 
imperatoria, 47 
imperialis, 282 
impingens, 1042 
impresso-punctata, 472 
impunctatus, 1135 
impurus, 893 
inrequalis, 496 
inanis, 599 
Inca, 675 

incarnata, 251, 677, 734 
incepta, 187 
incerta, 462, 1022 
incipiens, 189 
incisa, 548 
inclusa, 658 
incompleta, 684 
inconstans, 673 
incrassata, 532 
incubans, 328 
iuculta,1021 
incumbeus, 537, 1018 
indecisa, 549, 1022 
Indiana, 310 
indica, 46, 330, 855 
indicans, 249 
indicator, 520 
Idiocerus, 860 
indistincta, 739, 1023 
inducta, 1018 
inermis, 521, 600, ? 1142 
infans, 201 
inflata, 600 
informis, 600 
infumatus, 638 
inhserens, 1041 
inimica, 1158 
inimicus, 895, 1158,1163 
innoscia,930 
innotata, 770 
inornata, 438, 1142 
inscripta, 322 
inserta, 1020 
insessa, 1017 
insignis, 382, 915 
insita, 1021, 1034 
insularis, 888 
intacta, 435, 746, 1130 
intensa, 767 
intermedia? 90 
intermedius, 803 
interna, 511,1119 
internata, 98, 1020, 1121 
interrupta, 175, 428, 545, 

779, 1152 
interruptus, 715, 779, 1152 
intersecta, 97, 791 
interstincta, 779 
interstitialis, 892 
intricata, 35 
introducta, 1028 



Inulaj, 1022 
invaria, 151 , 828 
invarius, 621 
involuta, 584 
Io, 279, 423 
iodipennis, 426 
Irecharys, 1079 
irrorata, 780 
irroratum, 376 
irroratus, 780, 894, 1164 
Isatidis,979 
Issidse, 361 
Issides, 361 
Issites, 361 
Issoides, 361 
Issus,361,373, 377 
Isthmia, 732 



Jacese, 963, ? 964 
Jaceifex, 963 
Jacobseae, 993 
Jamaicensis, 1087 
Javanica, 400 
Javanensis, 612 
Javesa, 351 
Johannis, 149 
.jucunda, 757, 903 
jucundus, 620 
Juglandicola, 945 
Juglandifex, 947 
Juglandina, 942 
Juglandis, 947, 1074 
Junci, 910 
Juncorum, 910 
juncta, 176 
Juniperi, 958 
Juniperifex, 958 
juvenca, 890 
juvencus, 890 
Juvenis, 188 



Ksempferi, 117 
Kermes, 1068 
Kirbyii, 1138 
Klugi, 808 
Klugii, 423 

L. 

Labicerus,399 
Laburni, 982 
labyrinthica, 75 
lacca, 534, 1081 
lacertina, 1097 
Lachnaphis, 1048 
Lachnodaphis, 1049 
Lachnus, 934, 961 



1179 



lachrymalis, 11 til 
Lacrines, 132 
lacteipennis, 237 
lactiflora, 397 
lactifera, 450 
Lactucffi ? 973, 1055 
lata, 391, 494, 748 
laevigata, 573 
Lsevipedes, 637 
lsevipennis, 635 
lffivis, 827, 1071 
larainata, 536 
lampetis, 263 
lamproptera, 635 
lanata, 285, 286, 1052 
lanatus, 1083 
lanceolata, 481 
lanceolatum, 638 
laniger, 1083 
lanigera, 1048 
lanio, 674, 857 
lanuginosa, 1048 
lapidaria, 1032 
lapidarius, 1032 

Laporti, (99 
Lappida/307 

Laricethxs, 1063 

LaricisJ 927, 957, 1063, 
1085/ 

larvaty*,860 

lata, h2, 571, 889, 924, 
102/ 

lateriis, 61, 575,720,1016 

Late/iaria, 262, 1133 

Latburii, 266 
. Latf'ri, 966 

latifuda, 579 

latitecia, 639, 688, 796 

ladrons, 344, 457, 588, 
K 869 

lafoennis, 607, 833 

le/pes, 482, 649 

ldssiraa, 655 

1/ivitta, 520 

Jttorea, 183 

(bus, 889 

/auri, 363, 1066 

ieachii, 1089 
/>ecanium, 1068 
Udra, 809, 810, 831 
Ledropsis, 831 
fLefebvrei, 477 
( Lepelletieri, 381 
lepida, 292, 357 
leporina, 339 
leporinus, 339 
' leptarcya, 335 
Leptochloris, 896 
leptorhina, 321 
Leptychus,353 
I Lepyronia, 725 
Leucanthemi, 1009 



leucocephala, 720 
leucomelas, 764 
leuconeura, 243 
leucophthalma, 722 
leucophthalmus, 722 
leucoptera, 231 
Leucospilus, 859 
leucostictica, 277 
leucostigma, 388 
Leucothoe,1131 
Lichenis, 922 
lignarius,4l3 
Ligustici, 1007 
Ligustri, 999 
Liliaceorum, 1081 
liliimacula, 363 
limacodes, 578 
limbata, 23, 294, 350, 434, 

578,589,911,1126,1157 
Limonathus, 882,893 
Limonii, 1015 
Limothrips, 1105 
limpida, 301 
linealis, 337 
linearis, 48, 791, 1067, 

1120 
lineata, 310, 511,544, 691, 

722 839, 830, 883, 1150, 

1159 
lineatella, 901 
lineatus, 722, 883 
Iineola, 350, 685 
lineolata, 586, 686 
lineolatus, 857 
Liriodendri, 1077 
literata, 91,592 
littoralis, 953, 1168 
liturata ? 687 
lituratus, 857, 859 
livens, 849 
Livia, 909, 910 
livida, 642 
lividellus, 882 
Livilla, 911 
Locus ta, 236 
longa, 486, 570, 740 
longicollum, 481 
longicornis, 569 
longifrons, 357 
longipennis, 316, 347, 352, 

362, 910, 1106 
longipes, 323, 748, 959 
longirostris, 323, 961 
longula, 585 

Lonicerse, 992, 1056, 1092 
Lophops, 403 
Loti, 1108 
Loxocephala, 381 
Lucastia, 140 
lucernea ? 785 
lucifera, 262 
Luconica, 484 



luctuosa?291 

luctuosus, 289 

Luczoti, 292 

lugens, 651, 775 

lugubrina, 289, 358 

lunata, 473, 474 

lunulata, 399, 880 

lunulatus, 880 

lurida, 390, 783 

lurid us, 870 

lutea, 248, 559, 899, 1142 

luteivitta, 354 

luteola, 920 

lutescens, 228 

Lychnidis, 988 

Lyeoderes, 632 

Lycopsidis, 1012 

Lydda, 400 

lyrata, 309 

lyricen, 94 v 

Lystra, 273, 285, 288, 289, ^ 

290,336,381,646 
Lystroides, 273, 288 
Lythraphis, 990 
Lythri, 990 



MaehaBrota, 729 
Macquarti,500 
macrophthalma, 337 
Macropterse, 1099 
mactans, 652 
mactata, 668, 1021 
maculata, 253, 266, 291, 

443, 543,568, 599, 673, 

675, 793, 944 
maculatus, 266, 801 
maculiceps, 890 
maculicollis, 860, 1160 
maculicornis, 551 
maculifrons, 343 
maculipennis, 221 , 382,667, 

858, 889, 903, 1161 
maculipes, 70, 780, 878, 

889 
maculiscutum, 629 
maculosa, 483 
Madagascariensis, 1134 
Magellani, 604 
magna, 787 
Mahaleb, 997 
Maidis, 1061 
Malacoptera, 1094 
Malgacha, 435 
Mali, 914, 985, 1048 
malina, 526 
malleator, 612 
malleolus, 614 



1180 



INDEX. 



malleonotata, 78 
malleus, 613 
Malv«,968 
Mamillary, loei 
manicata,1106 
mannifera, /9, i» 
manniferus, 10H1 

margarita,85» 

Margarodea ,10Hb 

marginalis, oJ', ""^i » 

1126,1128 _.„ 

marginicollis,328 

Maria, 436 
maritime, 950 
marmorata, 24, 645, '«* 

884,1H6,1H9 
marmoratus,28y 
marmorea, 5»i 
matutina, 4-o7 
maura, 928, 1149 
maurus, 363 
Mayeri, 1009 
Meander, 34« 
Mearesiana,4b 
Mecdaria? 8W 
Meconapbis, 982 
Mecynaphis, 9o/ 
media, 516 
meeaceros, bio 
Megopbtbalmus, 
melsena, 495 
melaleuca, 1117 
melampsalta,2-9 
Melanapbrus 720 
melanaria, 4^5 
melancbloa, 7 /» 
Melanderas V79 
Melaneura, 769 
melanogramma,5yi 
melanoneura,915 
melanopetalus 635 
n,elanops>s,890 
melanoptera, 4b, 693 
melanopyg}a, IT* 
Melanotbrips,ll^ 

Melantbrips, Uio 
Melete, 179 
Melma, 12« 

Me ? a ' 12 qLH 1037 
Mehss8B,903. iw/ 

Melpomene, 76 

Melsbeimern, 895, no 

Membracides, 47- 

Membracina,472 



,844 



Membracis,473,480, 481, 
495, 503, 510, 517, 525, 
%U 536, 546, 550, 554, 
674, 580 588; 592 596, 
198,599,602,809,1144, 

1146 
Menocria , 328 
Mentha!, 1045 
mera, 1144 
mesocblora, uy 
mesocblorus, 411 
Mespili, 1083 
metallica, 692 

mexicana, 478 

Mezammira,229 

Miamestbes, 341 

micantula, 897 

microdon, 55 
Micropterffi,im 
microrbina, 310 
militaris, 552 
Millefolii, 964 
miltoglypta, 555 
Mimapbidus, 1047 
minans, 482 
miniacea, 294 
miniata, 734 

Minor, 417, 59 ,772 876 
minuta, 350, 352, 468, 589, 

646 i -mo 
minutissrma, 1112 

minutus, 589 
mirabilis,497 724 
Mirzacba, 879 
Misbeca, 335 
Mispacbathus H40 
Mispacbthus, 722 
mitratus,632 
mixta, 886, 1157 
mixtus, 861,88b 

mcEstus,780 

Mogannia,248 

mollipes, 1156 

Monecpbora, b74 

moneta, 227 
monilifera, 219 
monoceros, 4bo 
monograoama, 512 
Monopblebus,108« 
monopsis, 325 
monstrosa, 484 
montana, 227 
Montezuma, 36 
monticola, 564 
montifer,620 



m0 rio, 285 532,^84 
morosa, 282, 1 lo* 
multicolor, 760 
multifaria, 295 
multifascia, 180 
m ultiguttata,28b,336 

multiuotatus, 890 
munda,455,928 
Musca,.248 262 
mU 8cana,23l,636 
m uscanus,370,^7o 
niusiva, 231, 339 
inusivus, 339 
muta, 17 
mutabilis, 357 
mutans, 716 
mutata,674 
Mycterodes 361 
Myncae, 100J, wo 
Mysidia,397 
Myzoxylus, iv)47 



Nacia, 202, 466, 84 
nanus, 863 
Na pelli,1008 
nasahs, 248, ^357 
nassatus, ob-s 

naso, 831 

Nasturtn,996 

nasutus, 361, 371 

nava, 1139 

XS^l, «M», 

931 
nebulosus, 705 
nealecta, 683 
Nebigla,350 
Neogami, lllo 
Nepetse, 1003 
Kepbesa, 433 

S ^lMo 341.39 

930,1009,1135 

Nessorbinus, 542 
neuter, 612 
Nicomacbe, o/ 

^ geUa '89 44 477 668, fi 
nigra, 89, *"> w > 

843 

nigrata, 516 

nigricollis, 1160 



1181 



nigricornis, 433, 434, 927, 

1059 
nigx-ifascia, 776 
nigrimacula, 63, 318 
nigrinasi, 1162 
nigripennis, 653, 788 
nigristigma, 57 
nigrita, 920 
Nigritarsifex, 936 
nigritarsis, 936 
nigritulus, 863 
nigriventris, 543 
nigrivittata, 539 
nigro-seneus, 867 
nigro-carinata, 521 
nigro-fasciata, 535 
nigrolinea, 2 
nigromaculata, 273 
nigropunctata, 274, 849, 

900 
nigro-rufa, 93, 1014 
nigroviridis, 1130 
nigrovittata, 483 
nimbata, 552 
nisus, 496 
nitida,581, 889 
nitidissimus, 859 
nitidula, 863, 880, 901, 

1105 
nitidulus, 863 
nitidus, 851, 889, 
nivea, 398 
nivifera, 80, 463 
nivis, 438 
nobilis, 23, 268 
nociva, 1019 
noctivida, 309, 1134 
nodicornis, 603 
nodipennis, 370 
nodosa, 162, 588, 594 
nodosus, 594 
noeva, 469 
notata, 689, 900 
notatus, 860 
Notocera, 499 
notula, 350 
Noveboracensis, 1158 
novellus, 1164 
Nudimargines, 261 
Nudiscuti, 472 
numida, 669 
nutans, 234, 482 
nutricata, 1021 
Nymphaise, 984 
Nymphreifex, 984 



obesa, 1116 
obesus, 612 



obliqua, 214, 302,429,472, 
583, 833, 905, 1157 

obliquata? 302 

obliquatus, 804 

obliquus, 800,851, 1067 

oblonga, 937 

obscura, 231, 291, 426, 517, 
707, 738, 1051, 1107, 
1127 

obscurata, 270, 725 

obscurella, 358 

obscurior, 187 

obseurus, 347, 707, 848, 
1107 

obsoletus, 852, 873 
obtecta,47, 650, 1120 
obtegens, 563 
obtusa, 542, 724, 782, 832, 

1154, 1160 
obtusifrons, 318 
obtusus, 704, 724, 1154 
occatoria, 1157 
Occidentis, 225, 331 , 699 
occulta, 919 
ocellaris,882,890 
ocellata, 3, 444, 454, 693, 

882,896, 1150 
ocellatus, 882 
ocelliger, 708 
ocellus, 429 
ochracea, 99, 231 
ochrophara, 335 
octoguttata, 773 
octolineata, 1157 
octonotata, 253, 903 
octopunctata, 656 
octopunctatus, 892 
oculata, 267, 395, 423 
oculatus, 267 
Odontoptera, 284 
CEda,599 
CEnotherai, 720 
ceruginosa, 382 
Oleee, 933, 1058, 1070 
olitoria, 1161 
olitorius, 1161 
olivacea, 44, 294, 579, 703 
olivaceus, 703,846 
Olympusa, 101 
Omalocephala, 283 
Ommatidiotus, 380 
Oncodaphis, 1006 
Oncopsis, 857 
Onobrycbis, 966 
Ononidis, 999 
Onopordi, 1005 
opaca, 469, 1139 
opalifera, 56 
opalina, 89 
opercularis, 90 
operculata, 90 
Ophiderma, 588 



Opostigmus, 879 

oppouens, 757 

opposita, 360 

oppositus, 345, 360 

opthalmica, 483 

opulenta, 747 

orbitalis, 1159 

orientalis, 841 

Orientis, 417 

ornata, 515, 596, 681, 702, 

807 
ornatipennis, 899 
ornatus, 807 
Ornea, 137 

Orni, 113, 160, 1126, 1127 
Orozimbo, 519, 
Orthezia, 1091 
Orthorhaphia, 728 
Ostreseformis, 1067 
Otiocerus, 401 
ovalis, 584 

Oxyacanthce, 985, 1073 
Oxyacanthaphis, 985 
Oxygonia, 550 
Oxypleura, 23 
Oxyrhachis, 499, 503 



P. 



Pacechia, 862 

pacifica, 551 

Padi, 986, 1074 

Padifex, 986 

pallens, 342, 526, 834, 882, 

1043, 1115 
pallescens, 380, 579 
palliata, 358 
pallida, 292, 310, 320, 325, 

340, 397, 434, 469, 562, 

657, 776, 781, 971, 1059, 

1139. 1169 
pallides, 544 

pallidipennis, 424, 844, 888 
pallidula, 357 
pallidus, 340, 625, 849, 

1162 
pallipes, 765, 926, 1031 
Palmarum, 1066 
Paludum, 910 
Panimius, 857 
pannonica, 308 
panorpeeformis, 423 
Panyases, 133 
Papaveris, 982 
panilionavia, 435 
PaVacletius, 1062 
Paracletus, 1062 
paradoxa, 497 

4 M 



1182 



paradoxum, 638 
parallella, 508, 694, 788, 
1103 

Paralystra, 288 
parallelus, 713 
paria, 609 
Parraula, 585 
Paropia, 844, 845 
particeps, 1011 
parva, 805,828 
parvula, 229,1129 
parvus, 805 
pascuella, 880 
pascuellus, 880 
passa, 28 
passer, 124 
passerculus, 125, 1124 
Pastinacse, 980 
Patara, 400 
Patelleeformis, 1076 
pauperata, 734 
peetinipeunis, 362 
pectoral is, 885 
Pedematia, 893 
pedestris, 372 
pedicularia, 1098 
Pediopsis, 862 
Pedunculi, 1056 
pe-la, 1087 
pellucida, 351, 423 
pellucidus, 423 
Pelargonii, 968 
Pelops, 404 
peltastes, 847 
PeltophJyctis, 864 
Peltospila, 907 
Pemphigus, 1053, 1054 
Pentastira, 343 
Pentastigmops ? 899 
Penthicus, 273 
Penthimia, 840 
Penthopitta, 864 
Penthotsenia, 850 
Percheroni, 338, 638 
perdita, 810 
peregrina, 915 
perfecta, 449 
perforatus, 407 
perinoia, 729 
periphreria, 474 
perlatus, 892 
perpusilla, 269, 467 
persequens, 1044 
Penicee, 921, 981, 1069, 

1074 
Persicarise ? 981 
Persicorum,1069 
persola, 1014 
personatus, 863 
persorbens, 1020 
perspicillaris,652 
perspicillata, 291, 356 



perulata, 42 
Peruviana, 479 
Peruvianus, 262 
pervirgatus, 799 
petasus, 634 
petrificata, 685 
Phaceloptera, 1065 
Phalama, 1091 
Phalsena-Tinea, 1091 
phalsenoides, 4, 422 
Phalsenomorpha, 328 
Phalaridis, 1084 
phalerata, 1108 
Phegirus, 938 
Phenax, 335 
Phenice,398 
philsemata, 251 
Philippina, 740 
Phillyrere, 933, 1093 
Philyriptus, 939 
Phlreothrips, 1097 
Phlogospila, 898 
Phlogotsenia, 905 
phcenicoptera, 676 
phoenicura, 252 
phceophila, 52 
Pholet8era,8i6 
phosphorea, 262, 805 
phosphoreus, 805 
Phragmitis, 880 
Phrictus, 263, 271 
Phylloscelis, 380 
Phylloxera, 1065 
Phyllyphanta, 442 
Physapoda, 1094 
Physapus, 1105, 1110,1111 
Physcoa, 135 
Physoplia, 516 
Physopoda, 1094 
Phytophthires, 909 
picea,81,570,832 
picese, 954, 1063, 1073 
piceola, 472 
Picridifex, 963 
Picridis, 963, 1081 
picta, 226, 292, 585, 758, 

900, 902, 918, 929, 1024, 

1166 
pictipennis, 352, 495 
Pidytes, 134 
pileata, 501 
pileolum, 634 
pilicornis, 1031 
pilosa, 240,341,543, 1027, 

1030 
Pilosellse, 1000, 1076 
pilosus?341,606 
Pimpinellae, 1005 
Pineti, 956, 1078 
Pinetifex, 956 
Pini, 927, 955, 956, 1060, 

1099,1135,1160 



Pinicola, 927, 955 
Pinicolens, 1029 
Piniphila, 955 
Pisi, 966 
Pistaeiffi, 1057 
Pisum, 966 
Pittostigma, 340 
Pityaphis, 955 
Pityopsylla, 927 
placida, 573 
plaga, 109 

plagiata, 669, 788, 904 
plana, 463, 529, 653, 812 
planata, 831 
planiceps, 424 
Planidorsi, 637 
planiflava, 555 
Planigeni, 471 
planipennis, 422 
planirostris, 284, 816, 1134 
Plantaginifex, 1001 
Plantaginis, 1001 
Platanaphis, 934 
Platani, 946 
Platanoidis, 934 
platycerus, 618 
Platymetopius, 887 
Platypleura, 2 
platyrhina, 283, 311 
plebeia, 113, 884, 1128 
plebeius, 884 
Plectoderes, 1136 
Plegraatoptera, 303 
plena, 38 
plumbea, 754 
plumosa, 3 
Pochazia, 425 
Podagrarise, 980 
pcecila, 484, 852 
Pceciloptera, 425,434, 439, 

442 
poecilopteroides, 422 
pceeilus, 860 
Po3cera, 288, 290 
Poeyi, 612 
Poiocera, 290 
polita, 29 
pollinosa, 1026 
Polonica, 1086 
Polonicus, 1086 
Polyanthis? 1055 
Polychroa, 240 
Polydictya, 289 
Polydorus, 32 
Polvglypta, 542 
Pofygoni, 930, 1015 
Polyhymraia, 94 
Polyneura, 1 
Pom i, 985 
Populea, 951, 1009 
Populeti, 948 
Populi, 721, 858, 918, 1054 



1183 



Populifoliffi, 1029 
porosa, 513 
porphyrea, 294, 555 
Porphyrophora, 1080 
porrecta, 538 
porriginosa, 1150 
postfasciata, 527 
postica, 433 
Potentillse, 998,1083 
Poterii, 1082 
prsecox, 575 
praeterita, 1026 
preeusta? 721 
preeustus ? 372, 721 
prasina, 100, 228, 303, 535, 

576, 768, 839, 858, 886 
prasinaria, 458 
prasinus, 362, 858, 886 
Praxita, 40 
Prenantbis, 1074 
priinitiva, 218 
Primula?, 1109 
prisuga, 917 
proboscidea, 307 
procerus, 885 
Proconia, 782 
Prodesmia, 883 
producta, 353, 442, 452, 

696, 772, 844 
productus, 891 
Prolepta, 270 
proletella, 1092 
Pronoe, 144 
Propetes, 797 
propinqua, 671 
Proserpina, 651 
Prostictops, 893 
Prostigraoderus, 861 
Protsenia, 879 
protensa, 925 
Proteus, 892, 1067, 1160 
proxima, 459, 513, 596, 

664, 695 
pruinosa, 94, 469, 743, 755, 

853, 1128 
pruinosus, 961 
Prunaria, 998 
Prunastri, 1084 
Pruni, 916, 988 
Prunicola, 1006 
Prunifex, 989 
Prunina, 998 
Psecas,65 
Pseudococcus, 1079 
Pseudoflata, 433 
Pseudophana, 303, 307 
Pseudophanides, 303, 335 
Pseudoplatani, 934 
Psidii, 1082 
Psirnmythimas, 893 
Psocus, 922 
Psophis, 153 



Psorodaphis, 1001 
Psylla, 909, 911, 912, 923, 
924, 929, 932, 933, 1063, 
1064 
Psyllidse, 909 
Psyllodes, 909 
Pteridetha, 360 
Pteridis, 352 
Pterochlorus, 934 
Pterodictya, 336 
Pterophoroides, 1138 
Pterygia, 499 
Ptyelus, 702, 720 
pubesceus, 722 
pubipennis, 603 
puella, 888 
puer, 200 
pugionata, 537 
pugnax, 536 
pulchella, 254, 274, 359, 

736,899 
pulchellus, 863 
pulcbra, 278, 920, 1149 
pulchrum, 647 
pulicaris, 879 
pulvera, 1011 
pulverea, 117 
pulverosa, 382 
pulverulenta, 286, 468, 

849 
punctata, 161, 268, 269, 
332, 568, 733, 824, 877, 
898, 1153 
punctatissima, 581 
punctatum, 646 
punctatus, 568, 877, 951 

puncticeps ? 861 

puncticollis, 877 

punctifera, 383 

punctiferum, 376 

punctiferus, 892 

punctifrons, 879, 883 

punctigera, 14, ? 690 

punctipennis ? 936 

punctipes, 880 

punctum, 398, 512, 573, 
718 

pun gens, 309 

punicea, 286 

purpurascens, 922 

purpurata, 734 

pur pur at urn, 1075 

purpuratus, 1075 

pusilla, 229, 495, 902 

pusillus, 603 

pusio, 496 

pustulata, 118, 440 

Pycna, 2 

pygmsea, 229, 636 

pygmseus, 630 

pyralina ? 446, 469 

pyralis, 435 

pyramidal is, 519 



Pyri, 916, 985, 995, 1052, 

1075 
pyricola, 917 
Pyrops, 263, 267, 270 
pyrorbina, 267 
pyrorbyncus, 267 
pyrrbocrypta, 272 
pyrrhotelus, 775 
Pyrotsenia, 906 

Q. 

quadrangularis, 716, 1153 
quadrata, 460, 781 
quadratus, 420 
quadricincta, 191 
quadridens, 499, 711 
quadrifasciata, 666 
quadri guttata, 689 
quadriguttatus, 366 
quadrilineata, 515, 922 
quadrimacula, 238, 741, 

837 
quadrinodosus, 592 
quadrinotata, 877, 902, 

1154 
quadrinotatus, 877, 1154 
quadriplagiata, 774 
quadripunctata, 468, 721, 

790, 892 
quadripunctatus, 892 
quadrisignata, 900, 923 
quadrituberculata, 78, 951 
quadrivittata, 735, 1143, 

1155 
quserens, 1025 
quserula, 230 
Quercea, 943 
Quercitbliae, 1030 
Quercus, 101, 898, 923, 

961, 1052, 1065, 1069, 

1083,1143,1145,1165 
quinquecostatus, 343 
quinquelineata, 470, 1140 
quinquelineatus, 1135 
quinquemaculata, 480 
quinquemaculatum, 480 
quinquetuberculata, 501 

R. 

racemosum, 1072 
racemosus, 1072 
Raddoni, 1089 
radiata, 677, 912 
radiatum, 1078 
radiatus, 1078 
Radicis, 1061 
radicum ? 1055 
ramifera, 53 
Karani, 923 
ramulifera, 324 
Kana, 88 



1184 



Ranatra, 692, 602 
Ranatrse, 637 
rauiceps, 358 
Ranunculi, 1003, 1055 
Rauunculina, 1046 
Rapee, 979,990 
Raphani, 980 
Rapharis, 979 
Reaumur i, 1050 
Reaumurii, 402 
reclinata, 518 
reclivata, 1145 
recta, 79 
rectispina, 597 
recurva, 271 
reducta, 11, 520,549, 728, 

739, 1044 
redundans, 1017 
relata, 1022 
relicta, 468 
remota, 432, 925 
remotus, 866 
repanda, 90 
reponens, 604 
Resomus, 861 
resonans, 106 
reticularis, 336 
reticulata, 336, 422, 524, 

595,646,837,861,886 
reticulatum, 646 
reticulatus, 371, 595,631, 

705,861, 863,886 
retractus, 416 
retusa, 469 
retusus, 371 
reversa, 382 
Rharani, 923, 1002 
Raphirhinus, 804 
Rhinaulax, 667 
Rhinocola, 932 
Rhinortha, 284 
Rhizobius, 1060, 1061 
Rhizoterus, 1060 
rhombja, 635 
Ribicola, 1000 
Ribifex, 975 
Rib is, 975 
Ricania, 403, 404, 422, 

425, 433 
Ricauides, 403 
ricanioides,444 
rimosa, 1129 
rivularis, 356, 865, 888 
Roboris, 959, 1070 
robusta, 449, 579, 777, 

1021 
Rorismarini, 1071 
rosa-cordis, 111 
Rosae, 899, 962, 1066,1166 
Rosarura, 977 
roscida, 445 



rosea, 220, 274, 401, 433, 

476, 
roseipennis, 1167 
rostrata, 233 
rostratus, 888 
rotundicornis, 568 
Rubi, 896, 967, 1073 
rubicunda, 391, 678, 697 
rubigenea, 386 
rubra, 688, 922 
rubriguttata, 763 
rubrivitta, 299 
rubrivittata, 537 
rubrocostatus, 370 
rubrovittata, 639, 1148 
Rudbeckise, 1029 
rudis, 421,509 
rufa, 742, 1104 
rufescens, 119,334, 506 
ruficaput, 766 
ruficauda, 763 
ruficollis, 639, 1149 
rufil'acies,802 
run fascia, 192, 299,458 
rufifrons, 854 
rufi macula, 346 
rufipennis, 853 
rufipes, 550, 1031 
rufistigma, 313 
rufivaria, 686 
rufivena, 59 
rufiventris, 159, 552, 616, 

700, 796 
rufivitta, 559 
rufo-picea, 1152 
rufula, 916,1023 
rugosa, 816 
rugosus, 848 
Rumicis,981,983 
Rumicifex, 982 
Rusci, 1072 
russeola, 881 
russeolus, 881 
rustica ? 720, 848 
rutilans, 752 



S. 

Sabecus, 335 
sabulicola, 882 
saccharivora, 353 
Sacchiphantes, 1063 
sacrata, 42, 583 
sagata, 574 
sagittata, 515 
salamandra, 588 
Salias, 1009 
Salicellis, 1030 
Saliceti,917, 1005.1047 
Salicifex, 952 



salicina, 698, ? 959 
Salicis, 917, 951, 1005, 

1066, 1072 
Salicitifex, 1005 
Salicivora, 952 
Salicti, 961, 1006 
s align a, 959 
Saltipedes, 909 
Salvia}, 1043 
Sambuci, 984 
Sambucifex, 985 
Sambuci folise, 1029 
Samia, 77 
Sanachus, 885 
sanctus, 1164 
sanguiflua, 24 
sanguinalis, 1134 
sanguinea, 226, 251, 276, 

693,1126, 1128 
sanguinicollis, 840 
sanguinolenta, 251, 484, 

668 
sanguinipes, 373, 680 
sanguinosa, 511, 926 
Sanguisorbae, 1008 
Saragotensis, 1153 
Sassarus, 669 
Satanas, 500 
satellitia, 296 
Saundersii, 254, 277, 1089 
Sayi, 895 
Sayii, 1158 
Scabiosse, 1001 
Scabri, 983 
scalaris, 565 
scanica, 844 
scanicus, 844 
Scaphula, 588 
Scarides, 809 
Scaris, 832 
scarlatina, 1159 
scenica, 487 
Schellenbergii, 402 
Schizoneura, 1047, 1049 
Sciras, 241 
scita, 671, 753 
Scolops, 1135 
Scolymaphis, 1005 
scripta, 228 
sculpta, 562 
scurra, 247, 859 
scutata, 845 
scutellaris, 150, 277, 602, 

898 
scutellata, 120, 636, 786, 

812, 843 
scutelligera, 568 
Scytinelytra, 1065 
secunda, 1021 
Sedi, 1001 
sejuncta, 1014 



1185 



sejuncta, 1014 
Selenocephalus, 862 
sellata, 535 
semiatra, 589 
semicincta, 142, 657 
semiclara, 20 
semicosta, 221 
semicurva, 1141 
semifascia, 661, 643, 679, 

1142 
semilata, 122 
semilirapida, 300, 387 
semilucida, 20 
seminudus, 1161 
semipunctata, 227 
semisicca, 387 
semistriata, 396 
semivilta, 586, 752 
Senecionis, 922 
senegalensis, 308, 603 
septemdecim, 145 
septemfasciata, 729 
septemnotata, 903 
septempunctata, 659 
septentrionalis, 443 
sera, 385 
seriata, 342 
seriatus, 342 
sericea, 169, 493 
Sericothrips, 1102 
serrata, 264 
Serratulaj, 884, 963, 1077, 

1136 
Serratulifex, 963 
serratus, 264 
serricosta? 130 
Serripedes, 732 
serrulatus, 954 
serva, 60, 464 
Servillei, 263, 268, 271, 

292, 342, 362, 403, 423, 

471, 473 
setifera, 302 
setosa, 1033 
sexguttata, 154 
sexrnaculata, 903 
sexnotata, 878, 895 
sexnotatus, 878 
sexvittatus, 715 
Sicca, 272, 384 
siccifolia, 698 
sicula, 543 
sigilata, 700 
signata, 552, 593 
signatipennis, 902 
signatus, 593 
signifer, 380 
signifera, 7, 228, 360, 655, 

728, 836 
Signoreti, 519 



similis, 556 769, 1016 
simplex, 22, 228, 340, 925 
simularis, 355, 431, 717, 

918 
Sinensis, 367, 451, 757, 

871, 1058, 1086 
sinepsis, 568 
Sinica,321,327 
singula, 186 
sinuata, 336, 546, 1142, 

1144 
sinuosa, 400 
smaragdina, 303, 304 
smaragdula, 337, 835, 902, 

1166 
Smilia, 525, 534, 536,554, 

589, 590, 599, 631 
Smilia guttata, 1143 
Smiliorachis, 533 
Smynthurodes, 1062 
smyrnense, 374 
Sobria, 63, 523 
sobrius, 874 
socia, 1010 
sodalis, 108, 1011 
Solani, 904, 990 
Solenius, 143 
Solidaginis, 847, 963 
Solidaginifex, 963 
solita, 467, 682 
sonans, 104 
Sonchi, 931, 963, 1015 
Sonchifex, 963 
sonora, 105 
Sorbi, 921, 987 
sordida, 512, 884 
sordidus, 884 
sororia, 693 
Spanioneura, 933 
sparsus, 848, 851 
spartiophila, 915 
spartulatus, 498 
speciosa, 46, 356 
spectabilis, 284, 652 
spectrum, 1097 
specularis, 293 
speculifera, 790 
speculigutta, 706 
speculum, 406, 641, 1149 
Sphseronotus, 600 
Sphenorhina, 686 
Sphinx, 13, 164 
Sphongophorus, 496 
Spilaphria, 698 
spilota, 292 
spilotocephalus, 890 
spinarum ? 998 
Spinola, 267, 632 
Spinolaj, 266, 283 
spinicosta, 126, 1124 



spinifera, 526 
spinigera, 557 
spinosus, 519,'.594 
spinosa, 47, 381,519 
splendens, 310 
splendid a, 426, 734 
splendidula, 252, 880 
spendidulus, 880 
spreta, 904 

spumaria? 697, 719, 722 
spumosus, 1070 
spuria, 850 
spurium, 1078 
spurius, 850, 1078 
squamiger, 635 
squamigera, 398, 480, 635 
squamigerum, 480 
squarus, 578 
Stachydearum,903 
Stactogala, 894 
Stactopeltus, 906 
Staphylinus, 1103 
Statices, 1099 
Stegaspis, 634 
Stellarise,1038 
stetlaris, 453 
stellata, 665, 691 
stellulata, 399 
stellulator, 900 
Stenelytra, 1101 
Stenoptera, 1101 
Sternorhynchi, 909 
stigma, 167, 398, 410, 858, 

1050 
stigmata, 469, 1139 
stigmatica, 161 
stigmaticalis, 352, 860 
stigmaticus, 341] 
stigmatus, 1135 
Stigmocratus, 877 
stipata, 51, 155, 749 
stipatus, 411, 874 
stolida, 478 

Stollii, 401, 435, 808, 1148 
straminea, 17, 544 
stramineus, 847, 868 
strepens, 33 
striata, 206, 350, 351, 775, 

839, 848, 881 
striatella, 350, 848 
striatula, 881 
striatulus, 881 
striatus, 848, 881 
stridula, 2 
Stridulantia, 1 
strigatus, 848 
strigifrons, 575 
strigipennis, 396 
strigipes, 878 
striola, 879 

4 N 



1186) 



Strix, 2 

Strobi, 876, 1063, 1064 

strobilobius, 1064 

Strongii,1151 

strumosa, 120 

stryx, 2 

stupida,577 

stylatus, 891 

subaptera, 1114 

subbifasciata, 1161 

subbifasciatus, 1161 

suberecta, 508 

subfasciata, 391, 398, 725, 

920, 930 
subfasciatus, 724 
subflava, 762 
subfolia, 15 
subi'uscula, 885 
subfusculus, 885 
subgranulata, 919 
subguttata, 95 
subjecta, 504 
submacula, 958 
submaculata, 275, 657 
submarginata, 245 
subocellata, 267, 283 
subocellatus, 267 
subpunctata, 931 
subquadrata, 470 
subrufa, 25 
subrustica ? 849 
subserrata, 506 
subspinosus, 628 
substitua, 354 
substitutus, 605 
substriata, 558 
substrigilis, 1137 
Subtericornes, 261 
subterranea, 1033 
subterraneus, 1060 
subtillissima, 1100 
subtincta, 147 
subtrigona, 485 
subulata, 1143 
subvii'escens, 718 
subvitta, 222 
suffragans, 1014 
suffusa, 37, 446, 530, 640, 

689 
sulcicollis, 735 
sulcipes, 1135 
sulphurea, 254, 885 
sulphureus, 858 
Sultana, 267 
sumptuosa, 221 
superabilis, 1039 
surgens, 475 
suturalis, 352, 575, 1162 
Symphyti, 957, 983 
synodica, 1129 



T. 

Tabaniformis, 247, 1 133 
tabida, 325 
tacta, 560 
Tacua, 46 
taenia, 310 
tamiola, 889 
Tseniolachnus, 957 
Tamiothrips, 1108 
Tanacetaria ? 1000 
Tanaceti, 965 
Tanaceticola, 1168 
Tanacetifex, 965 
Tanacetina, 994 
tarandus? 503 
Taraxaci, 964 
tarsalis, 903 
tartarea, 1141 
Tasmania?, 609 
taurifrons, 608 
taurina, 495 
Taurus, 85, 602 
tectigera, 477 
Tectiscuti, 472 
Telamona, 1145 
teliferus, 731 
teliformis, 764, 826, 1155 
teligera,536 
Telexiope, 194 
tendinosus, 362 
tenebrosa,268,787 
tenebrosus, 406, 413, 623 
tenella, 437, 770, 904 
tenerrima,901 
tentans, 1045 
tenuior, 1025 
tenuis ? 881 
Tettigometra, 471 
Tettigometrides, 471 
Tettigomyia, 247 
Tettigonia, 336, 636, 646, 

667, 697, 702, 733, 768, 

782, 790, 799, 804, 808, 

1154 
Tettigonidse, 843 
Tettigonides, 732 
tetyrides, 580 
thalassina, 119 
Thalia, 72 
Thamnotettix, 876 
Thelaxes, 1052 
Tuelia, 554,1145 
Themiseura, 177 
Theora, 652 
Thlapseos, 982 
Thopha,42 
thoracica, 834, 840 
Thracia, 399 
Thrips, 1097, 1098, 1102, 

1103,1106 
Thripsites, 1094 



ThripsinB3, 1094 
Thymi, 1084 
tephrogaster, 114 
Terebrantia, 1101 
terebrifera, 287 
tergatus, 1161 
terminata, 531 
terminalis, 528, 604, 642, 

786, 793, 798 
teuiinervis, 1010 
Terminus, 163 
Terpsichore, 239 
terrea, 685 
terrena, 709 
terrenus, 709 
terricola, 1034 
tenia, 1022 

tessellata, 305, 1052, 1 137 
testacea, 252, 398, 456, 522, 

526,729,1160 
testaceus, 344, 368, 800, 

1163 
testudinarius, 891 
testudineum, 1078* 
testudineus, 1078 
Testudo, 884, 1075 
Tetraneura, 1058, 1059 
Tetraplatys, 510 
tetrarhoda, 978 
Tetrastictus, 902 
Tettigades, 232 
Tettigareta, 247 
Tettigometra, 471 
Thysanoptera, 1094 
tibialis, 227, 289, 293, 1126 
tibicen, 94, 1121 
tigrina, 69, 531 
Tiliaa, 863, 898, 939, 960, 

1070 
tincta, 887, 1026 
tinctus, 887 
tineoides, 435 
tintinnabuliferum ? 601 
Tlasia, 105 
Tmetothrips, 1114 
Tomaspis, 666 
tomentosa, 226, 247, 381 
tornulla, 887 
torrida, 151, 281, 1128 
tortricina, 445 
tortrix, 404 
torva, 484 
Tosena, 46 
trabeata, 252 
Tragopa, 580, 585 
Tragopogonis, 1007 
Trama, 1061 
transiens, 160,624,696 
translata, 1018 
transmutata, 1019 
transpersus, 869, 883 
transposita, 1020 



1187 



transversa, 229, 883, 1161 
tremulse, 860, 1049 
tremulifex,1049 
tremulinax, 1052 
trepida, 499 
triangularis, 862 
trianguli, 426 
triangulum, 513, 845 
tribulis, 1018 
tricarinata, 353 
trichiosoma, 242 
tricincta,576, 905 
tricolor, 202, 290, 384, 435, 

479, 651, 688, 905 
tricornis ? 602 
tricostata, 483 
tridecim-costata, 544 
tridens, 594 
trideutata, 522 
Triecphora, 667 

trifasciata, 575, 720, 733, 
850,1150,1156 

trifasciatus, 808, 860 

tridda, 596 

trifidus,596 

trigona, 587, 660 

triguttata ? 591 

trimacula, 682 

trimaculata, 423, 474, 718 

trimaculatis, 1162 

trimaculatus, 403, 718, 
1162 

Trioza, 924 

tripartita, 576, 584 

triphaga, 1041 

tripodia, 499 

tripunctata, 591, 922,1158 

Triquetra, 521 

trirhoda, 979 

Trispilaema, 669 

trispinifer, 611 

trispinosum, 601 

tristigma, ] 62 

tristirops, 334 

tristis ? 203, 358, 1098,1145 

tristriata ? 850 

trita, 750 

triupsilon, 103 

trivia, 650 

trivirgatus, 724 

troglodytes, 1061 

truncata, 316, 446, 483, 
1008 

truncatella, 206 

truncatellum, 377 

truncaticornis, 439, 523 

truncatipennis, 357 

truncatus, 419 

tuba, 271 

tuberculata, 272, 496, 515, 
1006 



tuberculatus, 496, 1085 
tuberculosa, 330 
Tubulifera, 1095 
tuberosa.78,501,562 
Tuberosse, 1032 
Tulipse, 1031 
Tuliparum, 1082 
tumida, 560 
tunicata, 1115 
turbida, 1051 
turca, 293 
turrita, 517 
Tussilaginis, 990 
tympanum, 33 
Typhlocyba, 895, 902 



Ugyops, 338 

Ulicis, 911,912,931,1108 
Ulmarise, 966 
Ulmifoliorum, 1111 
Ulmi, 895, 913, 1049,1059, 

1074, 1098 
Ulopa, 650 
Ulopides, 638, 650 
Umbonia, 516, 517 
umbraculata, 446 
umbrosa, 472 
unanimis, 566 
undata, 295, 659, 732, 783, 

887 
undatus, 372, 887 
undulatus, 498 
unicolor, 351 , 352, 354, 465, 
509, 633, 819, 849, 1132, 
1146, 1161 
uni fascia, 690 

unifasciatus, 858 

uniformis, 533, 857 

unimaculata, 889 

unimaculatus, 889 

unipunctata, 445 

univittata, 494, 1143 

Urania, 64 

urens, 1125 

Urophora, 645 

Ursus, 555, 611 

Urticae, 903, 924, 967, 977, 
1093, 1113, 1166 

urticsecolens, 923 

Urticaria, 977 

Urticata ? 967, 1090 

Urticifex, 967 

ustulata, 522, 526 

Urvillei, 653 

Uvse-Ursi, 1073 



V. 

vacca, 636, 1060 
vacillans, 1023 
vacua, 230 
Vacuda, 1052 
Vacuna, 1052, 1065 
vaginata,47,534,1120 
valida, 524, 814, 1083 
varia, 8, 42, 394, 502, 555, 

644, 730, 819, 860 
variabilis, 876 
varians, 48, 1120 
variata, 878, 890 
variatus, 878 
variegata, 120, 271, 278, 

335, 512, 534, 848, 852 
variegatus, 278, 1083 
varius, 372, 860 
vastator, 990 
Vau, 1142 
velutina, 928 
venosa, 293, 298, 351,488, 

520, 523, 687, 852, 861 
venosus, 861 
ventralis, 879,883 
venusta, 467 
venustula, 342 
venustulus, 342 
Veratri, 1041 
Verbasci, 1008 
vernalis, 910 
vernicosa, 733 
Veronica?, 1015 
versicolor, 221 
versuta, 1157 
vertebralis, 585 
verticis, 1164 
vespertilio, 580 
vespiformis, 247, 248, 742, 

783 
vetusta, 507 
vibrans,54, 107 
Viburni, 991 
Viburnifex, 991 
vicaria, 355, 841 
vicarius, 343, 605 
Viciae, 982, 1000 
vicina?90,511, 1149 
victima, 735 
vidua, 252 
villosa, 240 
villosus ? 950 
viminalis, 959, 1031 
Vincae, 968 
violacea, 228 
virescens, 64, 269, 308, 

471,522,611, 718,861 
virgata, 522 
viridana, 444 



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1188 



viridans, 664 
viridescens, 538, 679, 765, 

807 
viridicollis, 120, 1124 
viridifascia, 121 
viridifemur, 123 
viridiraaculata, 543 
viridipennis, 271 
viridipes, 903 
viridirostris, 265 
viridirufa, 836 
viridis, 119,120,232,325, 

768, 857,913,914, 1064, 

1162 
viridissiraa, 572 
viridivitta, 794 
viriduia, 168, 553, 897, 

915, 929 
Visci, 913 
vitellina, 229) 
Vitelline, 1004, 1031 
Vitellinifex, 1004 
vitellinus, 1160 
Vitis, 905, 1008, 1070 
vitrata, 424 
vitrea, 227, 904 
vitreus, 227 
vitripennis, 799, 929,1129, 

1133 



vitrius, 904 

vitta, 626 

vittata, 401, 468, 511, 562, 

681,721,887, 900,1117, 

1143, 1166 
vittatipennis, 535 
vittatus,511, 887 
Vitulus, 525 
vivida, 309 
volans, 2 

vulgaris, 990, 1140 
vulgatissima, 1110 
vulnerans, 593 
vulnerata, 668,1165 
Vulpes, 542 



Walkeri, 928 

Westwoodii, 286, 631,1090 
Wintherai, 401 
Wolfii, 402 



X. 



Xantes, 198 



Xanthapala, 899 
Xanthocephala, 584, 

739, 840 
Xanthochrea? 779 
xanthogramma, 117 
xanthographa, 569 
Xantholnes, 894 
xanthomeliena, 652 
Xerophlsea, 840 
Xerophyllum, 473 
xiphias, 485, 537 
Xylosthsetius, 1056 
Xylosthaphis, 992 
Xylostigma, 992 
Xylostei, 1056, 1074 



Zammara, 33 
Zero, 1009, 1046, 1061 
Zealaudica, 159, 1125 
Zebrina, 553 
Zeugma, 400 
Zinnera, 834 
Zinnevia, 864 
zonata, 478 
Zosteraj, 1077 



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