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*/ NOMENCLATURE V 

COLEOPTEROUS IJ^SECTS 




THE COLLECTION 



BRITISH MUSEUM, 



PART IV. CLERIDiE, 



PRINTED BY ORDER OF THE TRUSTEES. 

LONDON: 1849. 



London : 

Spottiswoodeb and Shaw, 

New-Street-Square. 



I A"^ M'^, 



PREFACE. 



The object of this Nomenclature is to present a Catalogue of 
the well-established species of each family, with a reference 
to where they are figured, and a few of tlie more important 
synonyma. 

It is intended for the following purposes : 

1. As a List of the Species contained in the Museum 
collection, with an indication of their origin. 

2. To point out the Desiderata of that collection at the 
period of publication. 

3. As Labels for the Cabinet. 

This list must only be considered as prefatory to a more 
complete Catalogue. 

The family of CleridcB is chiefly arranged after the method 
of the Marquis Spinola in his " Essai Monographique," with 
additions from the Monograph of Dr. Klug in the Berlin 
Transactions, and from other subsequent authorities. 

Mr. Adam White has taken every care in the deter- 
mination of the species and the references to the synonyma 
and figures. 

JOHN EDWARD GRAY. 

British Museum, 
' * ^une, 1849. 



LIST OF CLERID^. 



Family CLERID^E. 



CYLIDRUS Latr. 

CTANEUS Latr. 

Ciiv. R. A. TV. 476. 
Spin. Cler. i. 85. t. 1. f. 3. 
Klug, Berlin. Abh. 1842. p. 262 
Clerus c. Fabr. Ent. Syst. ii. 
209-6. 



Isle of France. 
Madasfascar. 



B M. 



India (N'eemuch). 

General Thomas Hardwicke. 



C. PALLiPES Chevr. 

C. NiGRiisrus White. 
(See Appendix.) 

C. BuQUETii Guer. 

Icon. R. A. i. 15. f. 12. 
Spin. I. 86. t. 1. f. 1. 

C. BALTEATUS Klug. 

Berl. Abhand. 1842. 263. t. 2. 
f. 1. 

C. FASCiATus Lap. 

Silb. Rev. Ent. iv. 47. 

Spin. I. 88. t. 1. f. 2. 

King, Berl. Abh. 1842. 263. 
C. suceinctus Dej. 
Var. C. megacephalus Buq. 
Var. C. bimaculatus Dup. 



Tahiti, Java. 

M. Chevrolet; Mus. 



B.M. 

E. Ind. House." 



V. D. Land. 

Coll. W. W. Saunders ; F. Parry. 



Senegal. 



S. Africa. 



Madagascar. 
Senegal. 



S. A/rica. 



2 LIST OF CLT.R1DM. 

C. ABDOMiNALis Klug. " Brasll " ? 

JBerl Abhand. 1842, 262. 
Cyl. fasciatus var. Spin. n. 122. 

DENOPS Stev. 

D. PERSON ATus AS)9m. Sicily. B. M. 

I. 90. t. 1. f. 4. A. Melly, Esq. 

Tillus p. Gene de quib. col. 14. Italy. 
T. albofasciatus Chajy. Hor. Ent. Banks of Rhine. 

I. 198. t. 6. f. 3. 
Cylidrus albof. Klug, BerL Abh. 

1842. 264. 
T. tenuicollis Dup. Crimea. 

D. longicoUis Stev. Bull. Mosc. Levant. 

1.67. 
T. agilis Lucas., Ann. Soc. Ent. Barbary. 

Fr. 1843. 29. 

TILLUS Fabr. 
T. ELONGATus Fabr. Europe (Brit. Isles). B. M. 

Ent. Syst. i. 78. 

Oliv. t. 1. f. 1. 

Curtis, Brit. Ent. vi. 267. 

Spin. t. 2. f. 2. 

Klug, Berl. Ahli. 1842. 268. 
Chrvsomela elongata Linn. S. 

Nat. II, 603. 
Lagria ruficollis Herbst, Fuessly^ 

Arch. IV. 68. t. 23. f. 35. 
Var. Spin. t. 3. f. 1. 
T. ambulans Fabr. Ent. Syst. 1.78. B. M. 

Curtis, Brit. Ent. \^. 267. 
Var. >S/);w. t. 2.f. 3. 
T. hyalinus Sturm, D. F. t. 228. 

f. a A., Spin. t. 2. f. 3. 
T. bimaculatus Donov. Brit. Ins. 

XII. t. 411. f. 2. 
Crypt ocephalus Marchiae Gmel. i. 

4. 1731. 

T. UNirAsciATUs Lair. Europe (Brit. Isles). B. M. 

Gen. Cr. et Ins. i. 269. 
Sturm, D. F. t. 228. f. b M. 
Curtis, Brit. Ent. vi. t. 267. 
Spin. t. 2. f. 4. 
Klug, Berl. Abh. 1842. 275. 



DENOPS, TILLUS. 



Cler. u. Fair. S.I!. 1.281. 
Tilloidea unif. Steph. Man. 197. 
Attelabus formicarius minor Sul- 

zer., Gesch. Ins. 42. t. 4. f. 13. 
Attelab. serraticornis De Villars, 

Ent. I. 222. 
Var. T. tricolor Dej. Spin. t. 2. 

f. 5. 

T. NOTATUS Klug. . E. Indies. 

Bed. Abhand. 1842. 276. 

T. BiPARTiTus Homhron ^^ Jacquinot. Guam. 
Voy. au Pole Sud, t. 4. f. 13. N. Holl. 



T. CARUS. 

Clerus c. Newman, Ent. 15. 
Opilus zonatus Homhr. ^ Jacq. 
Voy. Pole Slid, t. 4. f. 14. 

T. COLLARIS Dej. 

Spin. 98. t. 2. f. 6. var. 

T. EUBRicoLLis Guerin. 

Icon. R. A. t. 15. f. 8. 



S. Australia. 



B. M. 



B.M. 

Ent. Club of London. 



N.America. B.M. 

Columbia, w. W. Saunders, Esq. 

Sennaar. 



Spiji. t. 3. f. 3. 
T. pubescens Spin. i. 99. 
Tilloidea p. Lap. Silb. Rev. Ent. 
Cler. unicinctus Dup. 
Not. Hanetii Dej. 

T. TRANSVERSAXIS Spin. 

102. t. 2. f. 1. 

Klug, Berl. Abh. 1842. 275. 
Cler. t. Charp. Hor. Ent. i. t. 6. 

f. 2. 
Cler. myrmecodes Hoffm. Dej. 

Cat. 127. 
Cler. unifasciatus Rossi., F. E. 

1. 138. ; Oliv. t. 2. f. 21. 

T. succiNCTus Dup. 

Spin. I. 100. t. 3. f. 4. 

T. COMPRESSICORIS-IS Klug. 

Berl. Abh. 1842. 273. t. 2.f. 3. 

T. HiLARis Westwood. 
(See Appendix.) 

B 2 



Senetral. 



Coasts of Mediterranean. 

B,M. 

N. Africa. M- Chevrolat. 

Levant. Prof. Edw. Forbes. 

Brit. Islands. 



E. Indies. 



Cape of Good Hope. 
Australia (Sydney). B. M. 

C. Darwin, Esq. 



4 LIST 


OF 


CLERID^. 


T. piciPENNis Wesiwood. 
(See Appendix.) 




E. Indies. B. M. 

Col. Hearsay. 


T. BIFASCIELLUS WJllte. 

(See Appendix.) 




Philippine Islands. B. M. 



T. DISTINCTUS Whiie. Java. CoU. E. Ind. House. 

(See Appendix.) 

PERIL YPUS Spinola. {Rev. Zool. Guerin, March, 1841.) 

P. cARBONARius (Dup.) Mexico, California. 

Spin. I. 105. t. 5. f. 4. 

CALLITHERES Dej. (Spinola, Rev. Zool. Guer. March, 
1841). 

C. AcuTiPENNis Spin. Madagascar. 

I. 108. t. 4. f.l. 

lodamus a. Lap. Silb. Rev. Ent 

IV. 3. 

illus a. 
C. Joannisii Dej. 

C. BicoLOR Spin. Madagascar. 

II. 127. t. 46. f. 7. 

C. TRICOLOR Spin. Madagascar. 

I. 110. t. 3. f. 6. 
Pallenis tr. Lap. Silh. Rev. Ent. 

IV. 40. 
Tilliis tr. Klug, Berl. Ahh. 1842. 

276. 

C. AULicus. Madagascar. 

Tillus aul. Klug, Berl. Abhand. 
1842. 277. 

C. viDUus. Madagascar. 

Tillus vid. Klug, Berl. Ahh. 1842. 

278. 

C. ? 9-MACULATus. in Gum anime. 

Tillus 9-macul. Hope, Trans. Ent. 
Soc. II. 54. t. 7. f. 6. 

C. LouvELii (Dej.) Senegal. 

Spin. I. 111. t. 3. f. 5. 



PERILYPUS, CALLITHERES, PRIOCERA. 



PRIOCEEA Kirhy. 

P. VARIEGATA Kirlj. Brazil. 

Linn. Trans, xii. p. 392. t. 21. 

f. 7. 
Giierin, Icon. R. A. t. f. 10. 
Spin. t. 4. f. 2. 
Klug, Berl. Abh. 1842. p. 283. 

P. PUSTULATA Spin. Mexico. 

118. t. 4. f. 4. 

P. TRiNOTATA Kliig. Columbia. 

Berl Abh. 1842. p. 283. 
Axina villosa Goudot, 

P. CASTANEA. N. Amer. 

Opilus castaiieus Newman., Ent. 

Mag. V. 380. ^ 

P. rufescens (Dej.) Spin. i. 119. 

t. 4. f. 3. ? Brazil. 

jSTot. Leprieurii Buq. 



Co]]. Ent. Soc. LoiKl. 

(olim. Kirby). 
Coll. Parry. 



B.M. 

Goudot's Coll. 

B.M. 

Ent. Club of London. 
Edw. Doubleday, Esq. 



P. spiNOSA Kbig. Brazil. B. M. 

Berl. Abh. 1842. 284. Coll. Miers. 

Spin. t.5. f. 1. 
Clerus spin. Fabr. S. EL i. 280. 
P. decorata Spin. 120. Brazil. 

Tillus d. Dej. 
T. sexpimctatus Lap. Silb. Rev. 

Ent. IV. 36. 

P. JkllERSlANA White. Brazil. Coll. Miers. 

(See Appendix.) 

P. MARGiNicoLLis Chevr. Brazil. 

Thanasinius m. Chevr. 
Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. 1843. 
p. 31. 

P. ciNCTivENTRis Chcvr. Brazil. 

Thanasinius c. Chevr. Ann. Soc. 
Ent. Fr. 1843. 32. 

P. ABDOMINALIS. 

Tillus abdominalis Blanchard, Bplivia (Guarayos). 
D'Orbigny., Voy. a VAmer. 
Mer. VI. 91. t. 6. f. 5. 



LIST OF CLERID^. 



P. BISPINOSA Klug. 

BerlAbh. 1842. p. 284. 
Spin. t. 18. f. 2. II. 132. 
P. Reichei Spin. i. 121. 



Columbia. 



AXINA Kirly. 

A. ANALis Kirhy. Brazil. 

Linn. Trans, xii. 391. t. 21. f. 6. 

Spin. I. 123. t. 5. f. 2. (male.) 
Not. crassipes Dup. 
A. rufitarsis Perty, Del. 

30. t. 6. f. 16. (Notoxus ruf.) 



Coll. Ent. Soc. Lond. 



A. SEX-MACULATA Spinolci. 

I. 124. t. 5. f. 3. 
Tillus sex-m. Dej. 



Brazil. 



STENOCYLIDRUS Spinola. (ii. 129. 1844.) 
Xylobius Guer. Spin, olim, nee Latr. 



S. AzuREus Spin. t. 7. f. 2. 
Xylobius az. Spin. 128. 
Tillus az. King, Berl. Ahh. 

1832. 158. t. 3. f. 6. 
Var. Tillus venustus King, Berl. 

Ahh. 1842. 279. 
$ Tillus longulus King, 1. c 279. 
Tillus pulcheUus King, 1. o. 280. 

S. ELEGANS Spin. 

Xylobius el. Guer. Icon. R. A. 
Spin. 1. 130. t. 6. f. 1. 



Madagascar. 



B. M. 



Madagascar. 



STENOCLERUS, n. g. 

St. fastigiatus. 

Tillus fastigiatus Klug, Berl. 
Ahh. 1842. 280. t. 1. f. 1. 



Mada^fascar. 



TILLOCLERUS, n. g. 

T. AL'RICOMUS. 

Tillus auricomus Klug, Berl. 
Ahh. 1842. 281. 



Madagascar. 



AXINA, STENOCYLIDRUS, STENOCLERUS, ETC. 7 

PHILOCALUS Klug. 

P. succiNCTus. C. G. Hope. 

THlus s. Klug, Berl Ahh. 
1842. 281. t. 2. f. 1. (nee 
Spin.) 

P. zoNATus. C. G. Hope. 

Tillus zon. Klug, Berl. Abh. 
1842. p. 282. 

SYSTENODERES Spin. (Rev. Zool. Guer. March, 1841.) 

S. AMCExus {Dup.) Mexico. 

Spill. 131. t. 8. f. 1, 2. 



S. VIRIDIPENXIS {Blip.) 

Spin. 132. t. 8. f. 3. 


Columbia. 


S. Dasytoldes, n. s. 

Clerus D. Westw. MS. 


^ Mexico. B. M. 

G. R. Waterhouse, Esq. 


CLERONOMUS Klug. 




C. BIMACULATUS. 

Tillus bim. King, Berl Abh. 
1842. p. 281. t. 2. f. 5. 


C. G. Hope. 


COLYPHUS Bupont. {Rev. 


Zool. Guer. March, 1831.) 


C. SIGNATICOLUS {Dlip.) 

Spin. I. 135. t. 5. f. 0. 


California. 


C. CINCTIPENNIS {Bup.) 

Spin. 136. t. 5. f. 6. 


California. 


C. RUFIPENWIS {Bup.) 

Spin. 136. t. 9. f. 2. 


California. 


C. TERMINALIS {Blip.) 

Spin. 137. t. 9. f. 1. 


Columbia. 


C. INTERCEPTLS {Bup.) 


California. 



Spin. 137. t. 9. f 3. (" inter- 
ruptus.") 

PHOmUS Chevr. 

P. SANGUiNiPE?f]sis Ckevr. 

Mag. de Zool. 1843. 121. t. 107. 



iii 



LIST OF CLEKID-ai. 

DERESTENUS Chevr. 



D. QUADRLLINEATUS ClieVV. 

Mag. de Zool. 1843. 14. t. 108. 



Mexico. 



CTMATODERA G. R. Gray. 

C. HoPEi G. R. Gray. 

Griff. A. K. Ins. i. 375. t. 48. 

f. 1. 
Lap. Silb. Rev. Zool. iv. 37. 
Spin. 141.t. 9. f. 5. 
Not. gioranteus De/. 
Tillus Hopei King, Berl. Ahh. 
1842. 270. 

C. iBiDioiDES Spin. 

II. 124. t. 47. f. 1. 

C. MARMORATA Spin. 
t. 9. f. 4. 

C. undata Spin. 142. 
Not. und. Diip. 
Not. angustatus Buq. 
Not. Miletus Lap. 
Tillus marmoratus King, Berl. 
Abhand. 1842. 271. 

C. L^TA Spin. 

I. 143. t. 10. f. 4. 
Not. Isetus Dej. 
Not. regalis Dup. 

C. PULCHELLA White. 

C. PROLixA Spin. 

t. 10. f. 2. A. B. 

C. modesta Spin. 144. 
Not. modestus Dej. $ 
Not. terebrans Dej. ^ 
Not. confusus Diip. 
Tillus prolixus King, Berl. Abh. 
1842. 272. 

C. CONFLAGRATA. 

Tillus confl. Klug, Berlin Abh. 
1842. 



Mexico. 



Coll. W. W. Saunders. 
J. O. Westwood. 



Brazil. 



Mexico. 



Columbia. 



Columbia. 

Mexico. 
Columbia. 



Coll. Parry. 



B.M. 



C. W. F. Parry 



S. America (Mission of Ori- 
noco). 



DERESTENUS, CYMATODEEA, EPICLINES. 

N. America. 



C. LONGicoLLis Spin. 
147. t. 10. f. 1. 
Not. 1. Dej. 

Var. Not. Vautliieri Dup. 
Var. Not. brunneiis Dej. 



C. CYLiNDRicoLLis Chevr. 

Col. Mex. fasc. i. 

Spin. I. 148. t. 10. f. 3. 
Not. cjl. Lap. 
Not. brunneus Dej. 
Tillus cyl. King, Berl. Ahh. 1842. 

27L 



Mexico. 



JNORNATA. 



N. America. 



Priocera in. Saij., Boston Journ. 

Nat. Hist I. 161. 
TUlus in. King, Berl. Abh. 1842. 

271. 

C. Boscii Chevr. 

Ann. Soc. Ent. France, 1843. 
p. 31. 



B.M. 

Ent. Club of London. 



C. ANGUSTATA Spin. 
149. t. 7. f. 1. 

Not. ang. Dej. 

C. CINGULATA. 

Tillus cinijulatus Khig., Berl. 
Ahh. 1842. p. 273. 

C. PALLiDiPENMis Chevr. 
Mag. de Zool. 1843. 8. 

C. DiscoiDALis Chevr. 

Mag. de Zool. 1843. 10. 

C. Westwoodii Chevr. 



N. America, 

California. 

S. Africa. 

Mexico. 
Mexico. 
Mexico. 



EPICLINES Chevr. 

E. Gayi Chevr. 

Mag. Zool. t. 231. f. 1. 
Blanchard., D'Ovhigny, Voy. a 
VAmer. Mer. vi. 95. t. 6. f. 6, 
C. Gayi Spin. 149. 
Not. chilensis Gory. 



Chili (Valparaiso). 



10 



LIST OF CLERID^. 

CbUi. 



E. BASALis Blanch. 

jy Orhigny^ Voy. a VAmer. Mer. 
VI. 96. 
E. Gayi var ? 



ELEALE Newman. (Entomologist, Jan. 1841.) 
Chalciclerus Spinola. 

Eleale aspera. Australia (Adelaide). B. M. 

C. unicolor Spin. i. 279. t. 21. N. Holland (Van Diemen's 
f. 5.? Land. Ent. Club of London. 

Eleale aspera Neivman., Ent. 36. 
Eleale rugosa Newman.. Ent. 364. 



XYLOTRETUS Guer. Spin. 

(Xilotretus Guer. Spin. March, 1841.) 



X. viRiDis Guerin 

Icon. R. A. Expl. in. 52. 

(1829—1844). 
Spin. 153. t. 6. f. 2. 

X. scEOBiLATUs Spin. 
156. 
X. foveolatus Spin. t. 15. f. 4. 

X. Reichei Spin. 

155. t. 7. f. 3. 
X. virescens Dup. 

X. OBScuRus Germ. 

Linn. Ent. in. 185. 
Cierus obsc. Newman., Ent. 16. 

X. SIMPLEX. 

Xanthoceros simplex Newman, 
Entom. 363. 

Cierus simplex Newman, En- 
tom. 16. 

X. leucaspis Germ. Linn. Ent. 
m. 186. 

XxL. IDONEUS. 

Xanthoceros idoneus Newman, 
Entom. 363. (Aug. 1842.) 



N. HoUand. 



N. Holland. 



N. Holland (Swan River), 



Australia (Adelaide). B. M. 

Eut. Club of Lond. 



Australia. B. M. 

Ent. Club of London. 



(Adelaide.) 



Australia (P. Philip). B. M. 

Ent. Club of London. 



ELEALE, XTLOTRETUS, SCROBIGEK, ETC. 11 

Xtl. PULCHER. Australia (Adelaide). B.M, 

Xantboceros pulcher Newman, Ent. Club of London. 

Entom. 364. 
Clerus pulcher Newm. Ent. 16. 
Chale. bimaculatus, Spin. i. 281. 

t. 20. f. 1. 

SCROBIGER Spinola. {Rev. Zool Guer. March, 1841.) 
Xantboceros Newman. 

S. spLEKDiDus Spin. ■ N. Holland. B. M. 

I. 232. 

Germar., Linn. Ent. in. 186. 
Cler. splen. Newman, Entom. (Swan River.) 

p, 15. 
Xantboceros splen, Newman, (Adelaide.) 

Entom. p. 363. 
Scrob. Reichei Spin. t. 14. f. 1. W. Spry, Esq. ; Ent. Club of Lend. 

V 

PTYCHOPTERUS Klug. 

P. DiMiDiATUs Klug. S. Africa. 

J5eW. ^M. 1842. 316. t. l.f.5. 

TILLICERA >S)9m. (Rev. Zool. Guer. March, 1841.) 

T. JAVANA Spin. Java. 

160. t. 12. f. 2. 
Cler. jav. Dej. 

T. CHAJLYBEA Westw. n. s. Tennasserim. B. M. 

From Dr. Packman's Collection. 

T. MUTiLL^coLOR White, u. s. N. India. B. M. 

From Capt. Boyes's Collect. 

CLADISCUS Chevr. {Ann. Soc. Ent. France, 1843. p. 33.) 

C. sTRANGLLATus Chevr. Philippine Islands. 

1, c. p. 33. 
T. ? sanguinicollis Reiche, Spin. 125. 

C. GRACILIS White. N. India. B. M. 

(See Appendix.) From Capt. Doyes'e Collection. 

C. Prinsepii White. N. India. B. M. 

(See Appendix.) 

C. LONGIPENIVIS TFeS^ZWOO?. N.' India. Coll. Westwood. 

/o A V \ E' Ind. House- 

(See Appendix.) ; 



12 



LIST OF CLERLD^. 



C. PECTiNicoRNis N. America ? 

Tillus p. Klug^ Berl, Abhand. 
1842. 270. t. 2.f 2. 



TENERUS Lap. 
Cjlistus King. 

T. CTANOPTERus Spin. Manilla. 

I. 165. t. 8. f. 4. 

T. TERMiNATus Spin. C. G. Hope. 

165. t. 12. f. 1. (variabilis). 
Tillus t. Dej. Klug. 

T. piCTUs Lap. Senegal. 

Sill). Rev. Zool. iv. 44. 
T. dimidiatus {Dej.) 
Spin. 166. t. 11. f. 4. 

T. LEsEATocoLLis Spin, Senegal. 

167. t. 7. f. 4. 

T. PR^rsTus Lap. 

Silh. Rev. Zool. iv. 43. 
Spin. 167. t. 11. f. 2. 

T. SIGNATICOLLIS Lap. 

Silh. Rev. Ent. iv. 44. 
Spin. 168. t. 11. f. 3. 

T. BiMACLLATus Lap. Senegal. 

Silb. Rev. Ent iv. 44. 
Spin. 169. t. 11. f. 1. 

T. BiFAsciATus Spin. C. G. Hope. 

169. t. 11. f. 5. (T, variabilis). 
Tillus bif. King. 
T. capensis Gory. 

T. ciNGALETs-sis White. Ceylon. 

(See Appendix.) 

T. ABBREViATUs White. Australia. 

(See Appendix.) 



Java. B. M. ? 

Philippine Islands. 

Java. 

India (Neemuch). B. M. 

var. ? 



B.M. 
B.M. 



SERRIGER Spin. (Rev. Zool. Guer. March, 1841.) 



S. Reichei Sp)in. 

171. t. 12. f. 3. 



Mexico. 



B.M. 

G. R. Waterhoiue, Esq. 



TEXERUS, SERBIGER, OMADIUS, STIGMATIUM. 



13 



S. CoFFrM, n. s. Mexico. 

(See Appendix.) 
Opilus C. West wood MS. 

01VL4DIUS Lap. 

O. iNDicus Lap. Java. 

Silb. Rev. Ent. iv. 49. 

Spin. 175. t. 13. f. 1. 
Not. javanus Dej. 
Opilo sumatrensis Diip. 
Clerus prolix us King., Berl. 

Abh. 1842. p. 287. 

0. TRIFASClATtS Lap. JsLVSi. 

Silb. Rev. Ent. tv. 49. 
Spin. I. 176. t. 13. f. 3. 
Not. spectrum T)iip. 



Coll, Westwood. 



B.M. 



Sumatra. 

Yar. Philippine Islands. 



B.M. 

Dr. Horsfield. 



Abh. 1842. 288. t. 1. f. 2. 

O. Kamelianus White. 
(See Appendix.) 

O. nebulosus Spin. 

II. 133. t. 15. f. 6. 
Clerus neb. King., Berl. Abh. 
1842. p. 288. 

0. BiFAsciATus Lap. 

Silb. Rev. Ent iv. 49. 
Spin. I. 177. t. 13. f. 2. 



Philippine Islands. B. M. 

From Mr. Cuming's Collection. 

Java. 



Ceylon. 



STIGMATIUJM G. R. Gray. 

S. ciciNDELoiDES G. R. Gray. Java. 

Griff. A. K. Ins. i. 376. t. 48. 

f. 2. 
Spin. J. 179. t. 13. f. 4. 
Cler. cic. Klug,^ Berl. Abh. 1842. 289 
Var. Cler. rusticus Bej. 

S. GiLBERTI, n. S. 



B.M. 

Mus. Children, type described 
by Mr. Gray. 



S. NATALENSE WestlL'OOCi. 

(See Appendix.) 

S. SPECULARE White. 

(See Appendix.) 



Port Essington. B. M. 

From Mr. Gould's Collection. 

Port Natal. B. M. 



Port Essinston. 



B.M. 



14 LIST 


OF 


CLERID^. 




S. RUFIVENTRE Westwood. 

(See Appendix.) 




Assam. 


Coll. Westwood, 


S. ELAPHROIDES WestwOod. 

(See Appendix.) 




Ceylon. 


B.M. 


S. SERICELLUM WJiite. 




Port Natal. 





THAN^ASIMUS Latr. 

T. MUTiLLARius Ltttr. Europe. B. M. 

Geji. Cr. et Ins. n. 271. Dr.Dowier. 

Spin. I. 185. t. 17. f. 4. 
Cler. m. Fah. S. El. 279., Oliv. 
t. 1. f. 12. 
Panz.F.I. G.Sl.f. 12. 
Klug, Berl Abh. 1842. 290. 
Cler. fasciatus Fourcr. Ins. Par. 

I. 135. 

Attelabus formicaroides Schrank, 
Beitr. 6598. 

T. FORMicARius Ltttr. EuTope (Brit. Isles). B. M. 

Gen. Cr. et Ins. i. 270. 
Curtis, B. E. t. 398. 
Spin. I. 187. t. 14. f. 2. 
Attelabus form. Linn. S. Nat. 

II. 620. 

Cler. form. Fair. S. El. i. 280. 
Oliv. t. 1. f. 13. 
Klug, Berl. Abh.\^A2. 290. 
Var. Cler. femoralis Zetterst. 
F. Lapp. I. 122. 
Sturm, D. F. t. 221. 
Cler. rufipes Hoppe, Ent. Tasch. 
1797. p. 136. 
Klug, Berl. Abh. 1842. 292. 

T. DUBIUS. 

Clerus dub. (Fabr. S. EL i. 
289.?) Klug, Berl. Abh. 
1842. 292. (not Spin.) 

T. EUFicEPs Spin. N. America, B. M. 

I. 189. t. 14. f. 3. Nova Scotia. Lieut. Redman. 

Cler. erythi'ocephalus Von St. Martin's F., Albany B. 

Winth. Hudson's B. g. Bamston, Esq. 

Trenton Falls, N. York. 

Edw. Doubleday, Esq. ; Ent. Club of London. 



THANASIMUS. 15 

T. NUBiLus N. America. B. M 

T. abdominalis Kirhy, ^ev. w. Kirby. 

Faun. Bor. Amer. 

T. dubius, mas ? Barnston. St. Martin's Falls, Albany 

Cler. nubilus Klug, Berl. Mem. River. ^ Bamston, Esq. 
1842. 386. 

T. uNDATULus. U. States (New Hampshire). 

Cler, und. Say, Boston Journ, 
Nat H. I. 163. (May, 1835.) 

T. MiTis Spin. . C. G. Hope, 

t. 16. f. 1. 
Cler. mi. Klug, Berl. Abh. 1842. 
T. Verreauxii Spin. i. 90. 

T. QUADRiMAcuLATUs Spin. Germany (Tyrol). B. M. 

I. 192. t. 15. f. 3. M. Chevrolat, 

Cler. q. Fahr. S. FLi.2Sl. 
Panz. F. I G. 95. 15. ^ 

T. ABDOMixALis Spin. E. Indies. 

t. 15. f. 1. 
Cler. abd. Geryri. Col 80. 
King, Berl. Abh. 1842. 308. 
{iiec Chevr.y 
T. pictus Spin. i. 194. 

T. suBSiMiLis, n. s. ? B. M. 

T. iNDicus. C. G. Hope. 

Notoxus in. Fabr. S. El. i.2SS. 

T. coLUMBicus Spin. Columbia (Bogota). 

I. 18. f. 4. S' 2 
Cler.? annulipes Buq. $ 

T. MARMORATus Spin. C. G. Hope. B. M. 

t. 15. f. 2. 

Notoxus cbinensis Fabr. S. E. 

I. 288. 
T. capensis Spin. i. 197. 
Not. marmoratus King., Berl. 

Abh. 1842. 308. 

T. VERSICOLOR Chevr. C. G. Hope. 

Rev. Zool. Cuv. 1842. 276. 

T. OBSOLETus Chevr. C. G. Hope. 

Rev. Zool. Cuv. 1842.276. 



16 



T. APicAiis Chevr. 

Rev. Zool. Cuv. 1842. 276. 

T. FASCioLATUs Chevr. 

Rev. Zool Cuv. 1842. 276. 

T. ? viRESCENS Chevr. 

Rev. Zool. Cuv. 1842. 276. 

T. ? LATUS Chevr. 

Rev. Zool. Cuv. 1842. 277. 

T. coNFUsus Newman. 
Entom. 364. 

T. ACERBUS Newman. 
Entom. 364. 

Fossil. — Clerds Adonis Heer. 
Nouv. Mem. Soc. Helv. 
So. Nat. 1847. 152. t. 5. 
f. 3. 



LIST OF CLERID^. 

C. G. Hope. ' 



C. G. Hope. 

C. G. Hope. 

C. G. Hope. 

S. Australia (Port Philip). 

S. Australia (Port Philip). 



Tertiary formation. QEnin- 
gen. 



NATALIS Laporte. 

N. PORCATA Sj)in. 

I. 201. t. 16. f. 2. 
Not. porcatus Fahr. S. E. 

I. 287. 
Cler. p. Oliv. t. 2. f. 17. 

N. CRiBRicoLLis Spin. 
I. 203. t. 16. f. 4. 

N. Laplacei Lap- 

Silh. Rev. Ent. iv. 41. 
Spin. I. 204. t. 16. f. 3. 
Not. punctata Goi-y. 



N. Holland. 



B. M. 



V. D. Land. 

Gen. T. Hardwicke. 

Earl of Derby. 

Ent. Club of London, &c 

N. Guinea. 



" Chili." (?) B. M. 

N". Holland. 

Sir John Richardson, M. D. 



THANEROCLERUS Lefehvre. (Spin. March, 1841;. 

T. BuQUETii " Westw.'" E, Indies. 

Spi7i. I. 207. t. 22. f. 2. 
Cler. B. Lefehvre., Ann. Soc. 

Ent. Fr. v. 577. 
Cler. sanguinolentus Dej. 
Var. Cler. pondicherianus Dup. 



NATALIS, THANEROCLERUS, TROGODENDRON, ETC. 17 

T. SANGUINEUS Spill. JST. America. B. M. 

I. 208. t. 17. f. 2. 'Eai. Club of London. 

Cler. sang. Say^ Bast. Joiirn. 

Nat. Hist I. 162. 
Var. Cler. rufipennis Newm. 

T. AcciNCTus. Australia (Port Philip). 

Tlianas. accinctus Neivm. En- V. D. Land. coii. Westwood. 

torn. 364. 
Var. Cler. viduiis Westiv. MS. * 
Cler. medianus Westw. MS. 

T. ? DERMESToiDES. Arabia. 

Cler. derm. King., Berl. Abh. 
1842. 310. 

TROGODEXDRON Gueriii. (M^irch, 1841.) 
Xanthoceros Newman (Aug. 1842). 

T. FAscicuLATUM Guev. K. Holland. B. M. 

Icon. R. A. teste expl. m. 53. Sir John Richardson, M. D. 

(1829—1844). 
Spi?i. I. 212. t. 18. f. 1. 
Cler. fase. Sch^eih. Linn. Trans. 

VI. 195. t. 20. f. 6. 
Xanthoceros fas. Newman., En- 
torn. p. 363. 

T. HONESTUM. Australia (Kangaroo I.). B. M. 

Cler. honestus Newm. Ent. 16. 
T. fasciculatum var. ? 



C. G. Hope. 



ERYI^IANTHUS Klug. 

iTus King., Berl. . 

1842. 327. t. 1. f. 

Spin. II. 61. t. 41. f. 5. 

NOTOXUS Fabr. 

N. TRisTis Spin. Madagascar. 

t. 19. f. 2. 
Opilus tris. King., Berl. Abh. 

1842. p. 324. 
N. funebris Dup. Spin. i. 215. 



LIST OF CLEEED^. 



N. 


BuQUETn Spin. 
I. 217. t. 16. f. 5. 


Africa 


N. 


DORSALIS. 

Opilus (1. Lucas, Expl. Sc. de 
VAlgerie, t. 20. f. 3. 


Algeria. 


N. 


GIGAS Lap. 

Silh. Rev. Ent. iv. 42. 
Spin. I. 218. t. 19. f. 1. 
Not. dorsalis Dej. 


Senegal. 
Var.? 



B.M. 



C. G. Hope. 

Europe. B. M. 

Asiatic coasts of Mediter- 



N. TROPICUS. Sennaar. 

Opilus trop. Klug^ Berl. Abh. 

1842. 322. 
Not. gigas Spin. 

N. OBScuRus Klug. S. Africa. 

Opil. obs. Klug, Berl. Abhan. 
1842. 323. 

N. Dregei Gory, 

Spin. I. 220. t. 19. f, 3. 

N. MOLLIS Fabr. 

S. El. I. 283. 
Panz. F. I. G. y. 5. ranean. 

Spin. I. t. 19. f. 4. 
Attelabus m. Linn. Faun. Suec. 

186. 
Clerus Geoffr. Ins. i. 305. 
Opilus m. Latr. Gen. Cr. i. 271. 
Samouelle, Ent. Comp. t. 12. 

f. 1. var. 
Spry Sf Shuckard, t. 52. f. 3. 
Waterhouse, Trans. Ent. Soc. 
Lond. I. t. 5. f. 1. (larva). 

N. DOMESTicus Sturm. Germany, France. 

Not. subfasciatus Dej. 
Not. domesticus Sturm, F. G. 

XI. 16. t. 229. f n. 
Not. unifasciatus Dalil, Spin. t. 

19. f. 5. 

N. T^NiATDs. Dalmatia. 

Opilus taeniatus Klug, Berl. 

Abh. 1842. 320. 
Tillus transversalis Parreyss. 
Not. flavicornis Ziegler. 



IVOTOXUS, OLESTERUS. 



19 



N. PALLiDus. Italy, France. 

Not. centromaculatus Christofori. 
Not. pallidus Oliv. t. 1. f. 11. 
Spin. t. 8. f. 6. 

N. FRONTALIS Spin. Levant. 

t. 27. f. 6. 
Opilus fron. Klug., Berl. Ahli. 

1842. 321. 
N. cruentatus Dup. Spin. i. Turkey in Europe. 

225. 
Not. syriacus Sol. 
Cler. thoracicus Friv. 
Opilus tlio. Kliig^ Berl. Abh. 

1842. 321. 



N. CONGKUUS 

Opilus cong. Newm. Entom. 365 
Opilus femoralis Westw. MS. \ 

N. GERMANus CTievv. N. Germany. 

Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. 1843. p. 37. 



S. Australia (Port Philip). 
B.M. 



N. suBFAsciATus Westw. MS. 
(See Appendix.) 


E.Indies. B.M. 


N. CASTANEiPENNis White. 
(See Appendix.) 


E. Indies (Bengal). 

Coll. Saunders. 


N. APicALis White. 

(See Appendix.) 


Australia. Coll. Parry. 


N. uxicoLOR White. 

(See Appendix.) 


E. Indies. 

Coll. E. India House 


N. RuricoR>^is Westw. 
(See Appendix.) 


Coll. Westwood. 


N. MCEREKS Westw. 

(See Appendix.) 


S. Australia, coii. westwood. 


N. EPHiPPiGER White. 
(See Appendix.) 


Australia. B.M. 


N. PULCHER White. 

(See Appendix.) 


V. D. Land. B. M. 

Kev. T. Ewing. 



OLESTERUS Spinola. 

O. AUSTRALis Spinola. 
I. 229. t 20. f. 2. 



{Rev. Zool. March, 1841.) 

N. Holland (Swan River). 



20 



LIST OF CLERID^. 



CLERUS Fahr. 

C. LEviGATus Dup. Mexico. 

Spin. I. 238. t. 21. f. 1. 
Var. Cler. griseo-pilosus T)tip. 
Cler. nebulosus Buq. Spin. t. 

21. f. 2. 
Cler. nigricans Dup. 
Cler. brunnipes Buq. 
Cler. nitidus Chevr. Mag. de 

Zool. 1843. 24. 

C. FLAvo-siGNATus Bej. Brazil. 

Spin. I. 239. t. 21. f. 3. 

C. BiLOBus Spin. Brazil. 

I. 240. t. 21. f. 4. 



B. M. 



Columbia. 

From the Collection of M. Goudot. 



B. M. 

Coll. Miers. 



C. MINIATUS Spin. 

II. 139. t. 47. f. 2. 



Brazil. 



B.M. 

Coll. Miers, Parry. 



C. soBRiNus Lap. Brazil. 

Silh. Rev. Ent. iv. 45. 
Spin. I. 241. t. 22. f. 4. 
Cler. rubripes Dej. 

C. ERYTHROPUS Klug, Bevl. Ahlian. Brazil. 
1842. p. 304. 

C. coMPTUs Klug, Berl. Abh. 1842. Brazil, 
p. 304. 



B. M. 



C. PLANo-NOTATus Lap. Brazil. 

Silb. Rev. Zool. iv. 45. 

Spin. I. 242. 
Cler. pulchellus Klug., Berl. Abh. 

1842. 303., Spi7i. t. 22. f. 2. 
Cler. luctuosus Bej. 
C. obliquefasciatus Chevr. Ann. 

Sac. Ent. Fr. 1843. p. 32. 

C. ARTiFEx Bej. Cayenne, Pai-a. 

Spin. I. 243. t. 22. f. 3. 

C. DiSTiNCTus Bej. Brazil. 

Spin. I. 244. t. 22. f. 6. 
Cler. variegatus Manner/i. 



Coll. Miers, Parry. 



B.M. 



Coll. Parry. 



CLEEUS. 



21 



C. PUSLLLUS Klug^ Berl. Abh. 1842. Brazil. 
306., Spiji.t. 22. f. 1. 
Cler. columbianus Dup. 
C. arcuatus Dej. Spin. i. p. 245. Columbia. 

C. MYSTICUS King. 

Berl Abh. 1842. 300. 
Spin. t. 22. f. 5. 
C. antiquus Dej. Spin. i. 246. 



C. PHAiERATUS Klug. 

Berl. Abh. 1842. 300. 



Brazil. 
Brazil. 



B.M. 



B. M. 



C. CRABRONARIUS Dej. 

Spin. I. 247. t. 23. f. 1. 

C. MEXicANUs Lap. 

Silb. Rev. Ent. iv. 44. 

Spin. I. 248. t. 27. f. 2. 

Klug, Berl. Abh. 1842. 299. 
Cler. assirailis Buq. 
Cler. Lesueurii Dup. 

C. VENATOR Chew. Mag. de Zool. 
1843. p. 18. 



N. America. 



B. M. 

Ent. Club of London. 



Mexico. 



Mexico. 
Guatemala. 



Spin. t. 23. f. 2. (mexicanus 5.) 

Brazil. 



C. ANNULATUS Eschsch. 

Ent. 50. 

Klug, Berl. Abh. 1842. 300. 
Cler. myops Dej. 
C. variesjatus Dej. Spin. i. 250. 
t. 23. f. 4. 

C. DECUSSATUS Klug. 

Berl. Abh. 1842. 296. 
Spin. t. 25. f. 1 
C. Hopfneri Dej. Spin. i. 256. 

C. VERSICOLOR Lap. 

Silb. Rev. Zool. iv. 45. 
Spin. I. 251. t.26. f. 6. 
Blanchard, Voy. D' Orbigny, 
VII. 89. 
Cler. basalis Dej. 
Cler. nobilis Dup. 
Var. Cler. cruentatus Dup. Spin, 
t. 26. f. 5 



B.M. 

Edw. Doubleday, Esq. 

B.M. 



Brazil. 
Mexico. 



B.M. 



From Mr. Argent's Collection. 

Brazil. B. M. 



John Miers, Esq. 



22 LIST OF CLERIDJE. 

Var. Cler. scenlcus Klug^ Berl. 

Abh. 1842. 295. 
Var, Cler. jucundus Klug, Berl. 

Abh. 1842. 296. 
Var. Cler. miniaceus Blanch. 1. c. 

t. G. f. 1. 

C. MiNUTUs Blanch. S. America, I. los Pajaros, 

UOrbigny^ Voy.d VAmer. Mer. in R. Parana, between B. 
VI. 90. t. 6. f. 4. Ayres and Corrientes. 

C. versicolor var. 

C. NiGRiA''E>'TRis Blanchavd. S. America, Corrientes. 

UOi^bigny^ Voy. dVAmer. Mer. 
VI. 90. t. 6. f. 3. 

C. TRiPLAGiATus Blauchavd. Brazil (Rio). 

D'Orbigny, Voy. a VAmer. Mer. 
VI. 90. t. 6. f. 3. (" trifascia- 
tus" Blanch, alt. nee Sayi.) 

C. icHNEUMONEus Fabr. N. America. B. M. 

GeJl. Ins. Mant. 230. Ent. Club of London. 

Spin. t. 24. f. 3. 
Klug, Berl. Abh. 1842. 294. 
Cler. rufus Oliv. 1. 1. f. 16. Spin. E. Florida. E. Doubieday. Esq. 

I. 252. Georgia. F. Walker, Esq. 

C. BOMBTCiNUS Chevr. Mexico. 

Col. Mex. 1. fasc. 

Guerin, Icon. R. A.t,l5. f. 13. 

Spin. t. 24. f. 1. 

Klug, Berl. Abh. 1842.295. 
C. Eeneicollis DeJ. Spin. i. 254. 
Cler. purpureus Sturm. 

C. LUNATus Sturm. N. America. B. M. 

Cat. 120. E. Florida. 

Klug, Berl. Abh. 1842. 294. E. Doubieday, Esq. 

Spin. I. 255. t. 24. f. 2. Ent. Club of London. 

Cler. rufulus Dej. 

C. zoNATus Klug. Mexico. 

Berl. Abh. 1842. 297. 
Cler. abdominalis Chevr. Col. du 
Mex. 1. fasc. {not Germ.) 

C. Colombia Spin. Columbia, 

n. 135. t. 46. f. 6. 



CLERUS. 



23 



C. vAEius King. Mexico. 

Berl Ahh. 1842. 296. 

C. oRNATus Dup. Mexico. 

Spin. I. 257. t. 25. f. 2. 

C. Laportei Guer. Mexico. 

Icon. R. A. texte. 
Spin. I. 258. t. 26. f. 4. 
Cler. imperialis Dup. 

C. NiGROcrNCTus Kliig. Mexico. 

Berl. Ahh. 1842. 294. 
Klug, Berl. Ahh. 297. 
Var. CI. bicinctus Spin. i. 260. 
t. 24. f. 4. 

C. RUFicoLLis Lap. Cayenne. 

Silb. Rev. Zool. n. 45. 



Brazil (Rio Janeiro). 



Spin. I. 260. i. 26. f. 2. 
Cler. "histrio Dej. 

C. L-^TUS King. Mexico. 

Berl. Ahh. 1842. 301. 

C. TRICOLOR Lap. Mexico. 

Silh. Rev. Ent. iv. 46. 
Spin. I. 262. t. 24. f. 6. 

C. CINEREO-PILOSUS Blcilich. 

D'Orhigny^ Voy. a, TAmer. 
Mer. VI. 91. 

C. NiGRiPES Say. N. America. 

Journ. Acad. Nat. Sc. Phil. 

m. 191. 
King, Berl. Ahh. 1842. 293. 
Spin. I. 263. t. 25. f. 3. 
Var. Cler. rufiventris Dei. 

Spin. t. 23. f. 3. 
Var. Cler. trifasciatus Say. 
Journ. Acad. Nat. Sci. Phil. 

III. 175. 
Klug, Berl. Ahh. 1842. 293. 

C. RosMARus Say. N. America 

Journ. Acad. Sc. Phil, iii, 190. 



B. M. 

Ent. Club of London. 



24 



C. FiscHERi Spin. 

I. 265. t. 25. f. 6. 
Cler. dubius Fisch. (not Fabr.) 

C. BREVicoLLis Kuuze. 

Spin. 1. 266. t. 25. f. 5. 

C. OCULATUS Dej. 

Spin. 1. 267. t. 26. f. 1. 

C. Trogositoides Spin. 
I. 269. t. 27. f. 1. 
Caestron Trog. Dup. 

C. SPHEGEUS i^«&r. 
S. El. I. 280. 
OZ/y. t. 1. f. 14. 
Spin. I. 270. t. 27. f. 4. 
if^Mo-, ^e?^/. Ahh. 1842. 298. 

C. ARACHNODES Klug. 

Berl. Abh. 1842. 299. 
Spin. II. 137. t. 3. f. 2. 

C. Luscus /iTZz/g'. 

Berl. Ahh. 1842. 299. 

C. VTDUUS Klug. 

Berl. Ahh. 1842. p. 297. 
Spin. t. 27. f. 3. 
C. erjthrogaster Sturm. Spin. 

I. 272. 

C. M^STUS Klug. 

Berl. Abh. 1842. 298. 

C. SIGNATUS King. 

Berl. Ahh. 1842. 301. 

Spin. t. 23. f. 5. 
C. bisignatus Dej. Spin, i. 272. 
Var. Cler. vulneratus Klug, 

Berl. Abh. 1842. 302. 

C. LONGULUS Spin. 

II. 138. t. 46. f. 8. 

C. TIBIALIS Klug. 

Berl. Abh. 1842. 302. 



LIST OF CLERID^. 

N. Persia. 



Hungary. 

N. America (Mexico). B.M. 

From Mr. Argent's Collection. 

Mexico. 



N. America (Rocky Mo.). 

N. America, Mexico. 

Mexico. 

N. America, Mexico. 

Mexico, 
Mexico. 



ChHi. 
Brazil. 



CLEBUS. 



25 



C. LEPIDUS Klug. 

Berl Ahh. 1842. 302. 

C. MACULICOLLIS Stuvm. 

Spin. I. 273. t. 23. f. 6. 
(Systenoderes ?) 

C. THORACicus Say. 

Spin. I. 274. t. 26. f. 3. 

C. GAMBIENSIS Lap. 

Silb. Rev. Ent. iv. 46. 
Spin. I. 276. t. 24. f. 5. 
C. amoenus Dej. 

C. SiLBERMANlVI CJieVV. 

Mag. de Zool 1843. p. 21. 

C. QUADRINOTATUS Chsvr. 

Mag. de Zool. 1843. p. 22. 

C. AssiMiLis Chevr. 

Mag. de Zool. 1843. p. 17. 

C. NIGRO-MACULATUS CTieVV. 

Mag. de Zool. 1843. p. 20. 

C. ZEBRA Chevr. 

Mag. de Zool. 1843. p. 23. 

C. SERICANS WestlV. 

(See Appendix.) 

C. HOLOSERiCEus White. 
(See Appendix.) 

C. LATiciNCTiJS White. 
(See Appendix.) 

C. GUTTULus White. 

(See Appendix.) 

C. Lacordairei Spin. 

II. 140. t. 36. f. 6. 

C. crassus Newman. 
Entom. 15. 

C. CBUCIATUS Macleay. 

King's Narrative^ ii. 442. 



Brazil. 



N. America. B. M. 

Ent. Club of London. 
Edw. Doubleday, Esq. 

Senegal. 

Mexico. 
Mexico. 
Mexico. 
Mexico. 
Mexico. 

Mexico. Coll. Westwood. 

California. B. M. 

Brazil. Coll. Parry, Miers. 

Australia. B. M. 

Brazil. 

Australia (Sydney). B. M. 

Australia. 



26 LIST or CLERED^. 

C. ANTHICOIDES Westw. Ceylon. CoU.Westwood. 

(See Appendix.) 

PYLUS Neivman (January, 1841). 
yiiotus Spinola. 
Yliotis Spin. Rev. Zool. Cuv. March, 1841. 

P. FATUus Newrn. N. Holland (Y. D. Land). B. M. 

Entorn. 364. 
Clerus ? fat. Newman, Ent. p. 35. Ent. Soc. of London. 

Yl. Passerinii Spin. i. 283. 
Yl. ochropus Spin. t. 28. f. 3. 
Natalis punctata Lap. Gory^ Coll. 

P. BiciNCTus Newman. S. Australia (Port Philip). 

Entomologist, 364. 

P. Anthtcides Newman. 1^. Holland (Port Philip). 

Entom. p. 402. 

ZENITHICOLA Spinola. (Rev. Zool. March, 1841.) 

Z. AuSTRAxis Spin. N. Holland. B. M. 

I. 286. t. 28. f. 2. 

Z. ? OBESA. N. Holland. B. M. 

Cler. obesus Newman. Ent. Club of London. 

White in Stokes's Voyage, app. 
. t. 1. f. 9. 
Var. obesula. 

Z. ? ruLGENS Chevr. 

Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. 1843. p. 41. 

PLATYCLERUS Spinola. {Rev. Zool. March, 1841.) 

P. pLANATus Sjnn. Madagascar. 

I. 334. t. 28. f. 4. 
Cler. plan. Lap. Silb. Rev. Ent. 

IV. 4. 
Cler. depressus Dup. 
Cler. madagascariensis Dej. 

P. ELONGATus Spin. Madagascar, 

n. 145. t. 46. f. 2. 



PYLUS, ZENITHICOLA, PLATYCLERUS, ETC. 

TAKSOSTENUS Spinola. 



27 



T. UNiviTTATus Spin. 

I. 288. t. 32. f. 3. 
Cler. univ. Rossi, Faun. Etr. 

Mant. I. 44. 
Til. imif. Curtis, B. E. t. 267. 
Opi. fasciatus Steph. III. Brit. 

Ent. m. 324. 



S. Europe (Tuscany), B. M. 
Brit. Islands. 



EBUKIPHORA Sjnnola (March, 1841). 

E. CALLOSA Spin. Madagascar, 

t. 20. f. 3. 
Opi. callosus Klug, Berl. Abh. 

1842. p. 32. 
E. Eeichei Sjji?i. i. 291. 

E. ? PATRICIA. \ Madagascar 

Opi. patricius Klug, Berl. Abh. 
1842. 325. 



TRICHODES Fabr. 

T. ocTOPUJfCTATus Fubr. 
S. EL I. 208. 
Spin. I. 297. t. 29. f. 2. 
Cler. Oct. Oliv. t. 1. 

T. UMBEIiLATARUM ScJlOnk. 

Syn. II. 49. 

Spin. I. 289. t. 29. f. 3. 
King, Berl. Abh. 1842. 336. 
Cler. umb. Oliv. t. 1. f. 2. 

T. Dahlii Dej. 

Spin. I. 300. t. 29. f. 4. 
Trich. affinis Dahl. 



S. Europe. 



B.M. 

F. Walker, Esq. 



T. alvearius Fabr. 
S. El. I. 284. 
King, Berl. Abh. 1842. 334. 
Spin.i. 301. t. 29. f.5. 
Cler. alv. Panz. F.I. G. 31. 14. Egypt. 
Curtis Brit. Ent. i. f. 44. 
Steph. HI Brit. Ent. m. 326. , 
Reaum. Mem. vi. t. 8. f. 9 — 10. 
Geoffr. Ins. i, t. 5. f. 4. 



N. Africa (Barbary). B. M. 



Italy, Spain. 

Barbary. 

Europe (Brit. Isles). B. M. 



Sir J. G. Wilkinson. 



28 LIST OF CLERID^. 

T. AFFiNis Dej. Egypt. 

Spin. I. 302. t. 29. f. 6. 

T. APiARius Fdbr. Europe (Brit. Isles). B. M. 

>S'. El. I. 284. F. Walker, Esq. 

Herhst. iv. t. 41. f. 11. 

Spin. I. 305. t. 30 f. 2. 
Attelabus ap. L. Syst. Nat. n 620. 
Cler. ap. Oliv. t. 1. f. 4. 

Panz. F.I.G.31. f. 13. 

Steph. III. Brit. Ent. iii. 325. 
t. 19. f. 4. 

Shuckard 8f Spry., Brit. Ent. 
Col. del. t. 52. f. 5. 
Var. Trich. apicida Ziegl. 
Var. Trich. arcuatus Bead. Laf. 

Spi?i. t. 30. f. 2. B. 
Var. Trich. pannonicus Ziegl. 
Trich. interruptus Meg. Spin. t. 

30. f. I. 
Trich. subtrifasciatus Sturm. 
Var. Trich. unifasciatus Dahl. 
Trich. corallinus Fald. Mem. Nat. 

Mosc. IV. 208. 
Var. Trich. elegans Dej. Spin. t. 

30. f. 2. E. 

T. APivoRus Germ. N. America. B. M. 

Bis. Sp. Nov. I. 81. F- Walker, Esq. 

T^7 T-> 7 ^77 Tojr. cvor. Lilt. CluD Of LoudOU . 

Klug, Berl Abh. 1842. 332. 

Spin. I. 307. t. 30. f. 4. 
Trich. trifasciatus Sturm^ Cat. t. 1. 

n. 6. 
Trich. cribripennis Dej. 
Trich. Nuttalli Dup. 

T. CRABRo?«iFORMis Fahr. Sicily, Corfu. B, M. 

^S-. El. I. 285. R^^- C. Kuper. 

*S/?m. I. 309. t. 30. f. 3. Greece. "^- W. Saunders, Esq. 

King, Berl. Abh. 1842 329. Turkey. 
Cler. cr. Oliv. t. 1. f. 1. Asia Minor. 

Trich. gulo Parreyss. Syria, Crimea. 

Cler. lepidus Bridle, Exp. Sc. 

Mor. t. 37. f. 7. 
Trich. Zebra Falderm. Mem. Nat. 

Mosc. IV. 207. t. 7. f. 3. 
Pachyscelis crabron. Hope, Col. 

Man. III. 139. 



TRICHODES. 29 

T. LAMiNATus Chevv. Anatolia. 

Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. 1843. p. 40. 

T. ANGUSTUS Chevr. Amadan. 

Ann. Soc. Ent. France, 1843, 
p. 41. 

T. NOBiLis Klug. Turkey (Constan- B. M. 

Bed. Abh. 1842. 335. tinople). 

Sj)i?i. t. 30. f. 5. 
T. sanguineo-signatus Dej. S^i7i. Greece. 

1.311. 
Trich. affinis Dup. Levant. 

Var. Trich. distinctus Dej. W. Persia. 

Trich. illustris Fald. 
Trich. variabilis Diip. Spin. t. 

30. f. 5. D. 

T. Lafertei Chevr, \ Turkey (Constantinople). 

Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. 1843. p. 39. 

T. FAVARius Sturm. S. Europe (Medi- B. M. 

D. F.ll.t. 230. terranean Islands). 

Klug, Berl. Abh. 1842. 332. Dr. Dowier. 

o ■ 010 * oi ^ 1 Prof. E. Forbes. 

i^ipin. I. SIS. t. 61. t. L. Ent. Club of London. 

Cler. fav. Illig. Mag. i. 80. 

Brulle, Exped. So. Mor. t. 37. 
f. 8. _ 
Trich. senilis Koll. 
Var. Trich. punctatus Stev. Bull. 

Nat. Mosc. I. t. 2. f. 3. 
Trich. insignis Steven. Bull. Nat. 

Mosc. I. t. 2. f. 2. 
Trich. obliquatus Bridle, Exp. 

Moree, p. 155. t. 33. f. 9. 
Trich. Phedinus Godet. Spin. i. 

t. 31. f. D. 
Trich. hispanicus Dup. 
Trich. vicinus Dej. Spin. t. 31. 

f. 1. F. 
Trich. axillaris Dup. 
Trich. affinis Dup. Spiii. t. 29. 

f. 1. 
Trich. elegantulus Dup. 
Trich. latifasciatus Spin. Oliv^ 



30 LIST OF CLERLDiE. 

T. Carcelh Chevr. Anatolia. 

Ann. Soc. Ent Fr. 1843. p. 39. 

T. viRiDi-FASciATUs Chevr. East. 

Ann. Soc. Ent, Finance, 1843. 
p. 40. 

T. SYBiAcus Dej. Syria. 

Spin. I. 316. 
Trich. Olivieri Spin. t. 30. f. 6. 

T. Olivieri Chevr. Persia. 

Guerin, Icon. R. A. t. 16. f. 16. 
p. 154. (non Klug ? ) 

T. NuTTALLi Say. N. America (near B. M. 

SpiJi. I. 317. t. 31. f. 2. Missouri). 

Clerus l^uitaWi Kii'by, Linn. Trans. Ent. Club, of London. 

xn. 394. 
Trich. humeralis Dej. 

T. LEUcopsiDEUs Schonh. Spain. B. M. 

Syn. Ins. n. 49. 
Spin. I. 318. t. 31. f. 3. S. France. 

Cler. leuc. Oliv. t. 1. f. 6. From Mr. Children's Coll. 

Var. Trich. ceraceus Hoffm. 
Trich. fuscicornis Spin, (olini). 

T. AULicus Dej. C. G. Hope. 

Spin. I. 320. t. 31. f. 4. 
Trich. Dejeanii Drege. 

T. AMMios Fabr. S. Europe. B. M. 

,S'. E. I. 284. 

Spin. 1. 322. 
Cler. amm. Oliv. t. 1. f. 3. K. Africa. 

Var. Trich. arthriticus Chevrol. Levant. 

Spin. t. 32. f. 1. A. 
Trich. dauci Villa Spiji. t. 32. Shores of Black Sea. 

f. LB. 
Trich. flavo-cinctus Dahl. Spin. N. & W. Persia. 

t. 32. f. I.e. 
Trich. smyrnensis Dup. S. &. E. Kussia. 

Trich. vysnagae Friv. Spin. t. 32. Kirguises Steppes, Siberia. 

f 1. E. 
Trich. omoplatus Dup. 
Cler. sipylus Fabr. Ent. Syst. i. 
208. 

Oliv. t. 1. f. 7. 



TRICHODES, AULICUS, MUISCA. 31 

Trich. subfasciatus Fald. 

Trich. quadriguttatus Menetr. 

Trich. quadripustulatus Dej. Bridle. 

Trich. quadripunctatus Friv. pj;'*- ^"rof,j^°°*^°°- 

T. BIFASCIATUS Ftthr. 
S. E. 1. 283. 
Spin. I. 325. t. 32. f. 2. 
Cler. bif. Oliv. t. 1. f. 9. 
Var. ? California. B. M. 

From Mr. Hartweg's Collect. 

T. DouGLAsiANus White. California. B. M. 

(See Appendix.) 

T. Hartwegianus White. California. B. M. 

(See Appendix.) 

T. oRNATus Say. N. America (U. States). 

Spin. I. 327. t. 31. f. 5. ^ 

T. BizoNATus Blanchard^ D'Orbigny, Voyage a VAmer. Mer. vn. 
p. 89. belongs to the family Dasytidse, and is related to the 
genus Danacea Laporte. 

> AULICUS Spinola (March, 1841). 

A. Nero Spin. i. 330. t. 27. f. 5. Mexico. 

A. iNSTABiLis Spin. N. Holland. B. M. 

I. 331. t. 28. f. 1. 

Cler. inst. Newm. Ent. p. 15. Gen. Th. Hardwicke. 

Cler. auratus Gory.^ ^ Ent. Club of London. 

Var. Aul. episcopalis Spin. (olim). 
Var. Cler. tibialis Westw. MS. 
Var. Cler. castanipes Westw. MS. 

A. PANTOMELAS. 

Notoxus pan. Boisd. Voy. de N. Zealand. B. M. 

rAstroL t. 6. f 14. 
White, Voy. E?'ebus and Terror^ W. Colenso, Eaq. 

Ins. N. Zeal. p. 
Var. C. longulus Spin. ? t. 46. f. 8. 

MUISCA Spinola. 

M. BiT^NiATA Spin. Columbia, 

n. 148. t. 47. f. 4. 



32 LIST or CLERLD^. 

PHLOIOCOPUS Guerin. Spin. 1841., expl. in. 54. (1829. 
1844.) 

P. TRICOLOR Guerin. Senegal. B. M. 

Icon. JR. A. texta. 

Spin. I. 338. t. 17. f. 1. Collection of Dr. Leach. 

Cler. Lelieurii (Dej.) Dup. 
Cler. Lesueurii Dej. 
Opilus inteiTuptus King, Berl. 

Abh. 1842. 323. 

P. BASALis Arabia (Mt. Sinai). 

Opilus basalis King, Berl. Abh. 
1842. 323. 

P. GuERiNii White, n. s. Africa. B. M. 

an 5 tricolor. 

P. BuQUETii Spin. Senegal. 

I. 340. t. 18. f. 3. 

Not. bipartitus Buq. 

Not. dimidiatus Buq. (olim). 

P. ? suBERosus. Madagascar. 

Opilus suberosus King, Berl. Abh. 
1842. 324. 



ENOPLIUM Latr. 

E. DENTATUM. S. Europc (Italy, B. M. 

Enop. serraticorne Latr. Hist. Dalmatia). 
Nat. Crust, et Ins. 9. 146. t. 
76. f. 9. 
Panz.F.I. G. 26. 13. 
Spin. I. 345. t. 33. f. 4. 
Klug, Berl. Abh. 1842. 359. 
Tillus serraticornis Hellwig, Rossi, 
Mant. Ins. i. 37. 
Oliv. II. t. 1. f. 1. 
Fabr. S. E. i. 282. 
Dermestes dentatus Rossi, Faun. 
Etr. I. 34. t. 3. f. 2. 

E. QUADRiPUNCTATUM Say. N. America. 

Journ. Acad. Sc, Phil. iii. 188. 
Amer. Ent. iii. t. 41. 
Spin. I. 346. t. 34. f. 5. 
Klug, Berl. Abh. 1842. 367. 



PHLOIOCOPUS, ENOPLIUM, PELONIUM. 



33 



Columbia. 



Cayenne. 



Brazil. 



Brazil. 



N. America. 



PELONIUM Spin. 

P. Lamptroides Spin. 
I. 349. t. 33. f. 6. 
Enopl. Lamp. Dup. 

P. LUCTUosuM Spin. 

I. 351. t. 28. f. 6. 
Enopl. 1. Dej. 

P. suTURALE Sjnn. 

I. 352. t. 35. f. 2. 
Enopl. sut. Buq. 

P. FLAVO-EIMBATUM Spiu. 

I. 354. t. 35. f. 5. 
Enopl. f. Dup. 

P. piLosuM Spin. 

I. 356. t. 33. f. 2. 

Lampyris pil. Forster, Nov. Sp. 

Ins. 49. 
Var. Enopl. cinctum Dej. Spin. 

t. 36. f. 4. 
Enopl. marginatum Sat/, Journ. 

Acad. Sc.^Phil. III. 187. 
Enopl. pilosum et E. marginatum 

Klug, Berl. Abh. 1842. p. 360. 
Enopl. onustum Say, Amer. Ent. 

III. t. 41. 

P. AMCENUM Guer. 

Icon. R. A. texte expl. iii. 55. 

(1829. 1844.) 
Spin. I. 358. 
Pelon. fasciculatum Spin. 

t. 36. f. 3. 
Enopl. amcen. Guer. Icon. It. A. 
Enopl. metalloideum Dup. 
Enopl. fasciculatum Khig. 

P. CYANEO-MACULATUM. S. America. 

Enopl. c. Blanchard, D Orhigny 

Voy. a VAm. Mer. vi. 94. t. 6. 

f.9. 
E. fasciculatum Klug, Bei^l. Abh.- 

1842.364. t. 1. f. 12.? 
Var. P. amoen. ? 

c5 



Coll. Miers. 



B.M. 



Ent. Club of London. 



South America (interior of 
Brazil, Minas Geraes). 



Magellania. 



34 



LIST OF CLERID^. 

Brazil. 



p. SCOPARIUM. 

Enopl. scoparium Klug^ Berl. 

Ahh. 1842. 365. 
Var. P. amcEn. ? 
Enopl. fugax Klug^ 1. c. 365. 
Var. Enopl. leucopbaeum Klug, 

1. c. 366. 

P. NiVEUM Chevr. S. America (Rio Janeiro). 

Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. 1843. p. 35. 

P. DECORUM. Brazil. 

Enopl. decorum Klug, Berl. Ahh. 
1842. t. 1. f. 11. 



p. VETUSTUM Spin. 

I. 360. t. 35. f. 4. 
Enopl. vetustum Dej. 

P AMABILE Spin. 

I. 362. t. 33. f. 1. 
Enopl. am. Dup. 

P. MARGINIPEIVNE Spin. 

I. 363. t. 35. f. 6. 
Enopl. m. Dej. 
Enopl. circumcinctum Dup. 



N". America (U. States). 



Columbia. 



N. America (U. S.). B. M. 



Ent. Club of London. 
E. Doubleday, Esq. 

W. Indies (St. John s). 



P. cRiNiTUM Spin. 
t. 33. f. 7. 

Enopl. crinitura King., Berl. Abh. S. America (Carthagena). 

1842. 369. 
Pelon. coUare Spin. i. 364. 
Enopl. coll. Dej. 
Enopl. punctato-striatum Dup. 
Var. Enopl. liavum Dup. 



P. QUADRISTGNATUM Spin. 

I. 365. t. 33. f. 3. 
Enopl. q. Dup. 

P. HUMERALB Spin. 

T. 366. t. 35. f. 3. 
Enopl. h. Buq. 

P. SCUTELLATUM Buq. 

Spin. II. 156. 
Euoplium crinitum Dej. 



Columbia. 



Brazil. 



Brazil. 



PELONIUM. 



35 



P. TESTACEUM Buq. Pei'u. 

Spin. II. 158. t. 47. f. 6. 
Enopl. pilosum King. Brazil. 

P. VARiABiLE Spin. Brazil. 

I. 367. t.S6. f. 5. 
Enopl. badium Dup. Columbia. 

Enopl. nigricorne Dup. 

P. PB-ffiJusTUM Spin. Magellania. 

Enopl. prseust. Reiche. 
Enopl. principale Dup. 

P. SEMiNiGRUM CJievv. Columbia. 

Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. 1843. p. 34. 

P. viRTDiPENNE Spin. Brazil. 

I. 370. t. 35. f. 1. 

Enopl. viridip. Kirby, Linn. T\ran. 
xn. 393. 
Guerin. Icon. R. A. t. 16. f.20. 
King, Berl. Ahh. 1842. 362. 

P. AiJRiPENNE. Brazil. 

Opilus auripennis Hope., Trans. 

Zool. Soc. Loncl i. 95. 1. 13. f. 5. 
Enopl. aurip. Klug., Berl. Ahh. 

1842. 395. 

P. KiRBYi. Brazil. 

Lasiodera Kirbji Gray., Griff. 

A. K. Ins. I. 376. t. 48. f. 3. 
Enopl. Kirbyi Klug, Berl. Ahh. 

1842. 362. 



P. SEX-NOTATUM. Brazil. 

Enopl. sex-notatum Klug., Berl. 
Ahh. 1842. 368. 

P. NiGROsiGNATUM Spin. Columbia. 

I. 371. t. 34. f. 6. 
Enopl. nigros. Dup. 
Enopl. variegatum Spin, (olim.) 

P. BuQUETii Spin. Columbia. 

125. t. 46. f. 3. 

P. Gallerucoides Spin. - Cayenne. 

I. 372. t. 39. f. 2. 
Enopl. Galler. Dej. 

c 6 



B. M. 



Coll. Ent. Soc. London, 
olim Kirby. 



B. M. 

Gen. T. Hardwicke. 



B. M. 



B. M. 

From Goudot's Collect. 



36 



LIST OF CLERIDiE. 



P. TRiFASCiATUM Spill. Brazil, 

t. 34. f. 3. 

Clerus trifasciatus Laporte^ Silh. 

Rev. Ent. iv. 47. 
Enopl. trifasciatum Klug., Berl. 

Abh. 1842. 362. 
Pelou. Cleroides Spin. i. 374. 
Clerus Spinolae Germ. 
Var. Enopl. rufipes Klug, Berl. 

Abh.^lS42. 362. 

P. UTURATUM Spin. Brazil. 

I. 376. t. 34. f. 1. 
Enopl. lit. Kirby, Linn. Trans. 

XII. 393. 
Enopl. liberatum Lap. Hist. Aii. 

Art. I. 289. 

P. puLCHELLUM Spin. Brazil. 

I. 377. t. 34. f. 4. 
Enopl. p. Dej. 

Pbilyra helopioides Lap. Silb. 
Rev. Ent. iv. 54. 

P. HTRTULUM Spiji. Brazil. 

I. t. 33. f. 5. 
Enoplium hirtulum Klug, Berl. 

Abh. 1842. 367. 
Pelon. cribripenne Spin. i. 379. 

P. APicALE Buquet. Brazil. 

Spin. II. 155. t. 47. f. 4. 

P. viTTATUM Bug. Brazil. 

Spin. II. 159. t. 47. f. 3. 

P. ORNATTJM. 

Enopl. ornatum Klug, Berl. 
Abh. 1842. 363. t. 11. f. 11. 



B. M. 



Coll. Ent. Soc. Lond. 
olim Kirby. 



Brazil. 

N. Amei-ica. 



P. ruNCTATissiMUM Chevr. 

Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. 1843. p. 34. 
Tillus bicolor Say, Journ. Acad. 
Sc. Phil. V. 174. ? 

P. riMBRiOLATUM Chcvr. Brazil. 

Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. 1843. p. 35. 

P. TERMiNATUM Blaiich. Brozil (Kio Janeiro). 

Voy. a VAmer. Mer. vi. p. 94. 



APOLOPHA, MONOPHYLLA, PHYLLOB ENUS, ETC. 37 

P. OBSOLETUM Blauch. Bolivia (Chiquitos). 

Voy. a VAmer. Mer. vi. p. 95. 

APOLOPHA Spinola. (Rev. Zool. March, 1841 

A. Reichei Spin. Columbia. 

I. 383. t. 36. f. 1. 

MOXOPHYLLA Spinola. (March, 1841.) 

M. megatoma Spin. JST. America. B. M. 

I. 385. t. 28. f. 5. 
Enopl. meg. Dej. 

M. terminata Spin. X. America. 

II. 126. t. 6. f. 3. 

Tillus (Macrotelus) terminatus 
King, Bed. Ahh. 1842. t. 2. f.4. 
Say, Bost. Journ. i. 160. ' 

PHYLLOB.ENUS Spinola. 

P. TRANS vers ALis Spiu. N. America. 

II. 4. t. 40. f. 6. 

EPIPHLGEUS Dej. (Spin. March, 1841.) 

E. 12-MAcuLATus. Cayenne. 

Enoplium duodecimmaculatum Coll. Miers 

King, Berl Ahh. 1842. 370. 
E. 12-punctatus Spin. t. 42. f. 1. 
E, pantherinus J)ej. Spin. ii. 8. 

E. PANTHERINUS Chevv. (Enopl.) Cayenne. 

Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. 1843. 35. 
Var. E. 12-mac. ? 

E. NUELLus. Brazil. 

Enopl. nubilum Klug., Berl. Ahh. 
1842. 370. t. 2. f. 15. 

E. MUCOREus. Brazil. 

Enopl. mucoreum Klug, Berl. 
Abh. 1842. 371. 

E. FAsciATus. Brazil (Para). 

Enopl. fasciatum Klug, Berl.'Ahh. 

1842. 371. 
E. mucoreus $ ? Spin, 



30 LIST OF CLERIDiE. 

E. BuQUETii Spin. Cayenne. 

II. 10. 

E. ORNATUS Dup. Cayenne. 

Sjnn. II. 12. 

E. vARiEGATus Spin. Brazil (Para). 

t. 38. f" 3. 
Enopl. variegatum Ktug^ Berl. 

Ahh. 1842. 372. 
E. tomentosus Spin. n. 13. Cayenne. 

E. SPECULUM. Brazil. 

Enopl. speculum Klug^ Berlin. 
Ahh. 1842. 372. 

E. BALTEATUS Chevv. (Euopl.) Brazil. 

Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. 1843. p. 36. 

E. MARGiNELLUs Spin. Cayenne. 

II. 15. t. 42. f. 2. 
Enopl. m. Buq. 

E. HUMERALis Spin. Cayenne. 

II. 16. t. 38. f. 5. 
Enopl. bum. Buq. 

E. SERicEus. Brazil. 

Enopl. sericeum Klug^ Bei-l. Ahh. 
1842. 373. t. 2. f. 16. 

E. DisTROPHUs. N. America. 

Enojil. distrophum Klug., Berl. 
Ahh. 1842. 

PLOCAMOCERA Spinola. 

P. SERICELLA Spin. Carthagcna. 

II. 19. t. 38. f. 4. 
Epiphl. ser. Dup. 

ICHIIsrEA Laporte. 

I. LYCOiDES Laporte. Brazil. B. M. 

Silh. Rev. Ent. iv. 55. 

Spinola, ii. 22. t. 37. f, 3. Columbia. 

Enopl. Thomasii Dej. From Goudofs Collection. 

Enopl. melanurum Klug, Berl. 

Ahh. 1842. 376. t. 2. f. 12. 



PLOCAMOCERA, ICHNEA, EVEXUS. 39 

Var. Enopl. sequinoctiale Buq. 

Spin. t. 37. f. 4, o. 
Var. Pyticera lycoides Diip. Spin. 

t. 37. f. 6. 
$ Enopl. laterals King, Berl. Abh. 

1842. t. 2. f. 13. 
Var. Enopl. prseustum King. I. c. 

t. 1. f. 14. 

I. ENOPLioiDES Spin. • Cayenne, Surinam, 

II. 25. 163. t. 37, f 1. Columbia. 

Enopl. opacum King, Berl. Abh. 

1842. 377. 
Enopl. roseicolle Dej. $ 
Enopl. crinipenne Dup. $ 
Enopl. nigripenne Biiq. 9 
Enopl. lymexylonoides Dup. $ 
Var. ^ Enopl. pubeseens Dej. 

Spin. t. 37. f. 2. 
Var. Enopl. marginellum King., 

Berl. Abh. 1842. 376. 

I. suTURALis. Brazil (Bahia). 

Enopl. suturale King., Berl. Abh. 

1842. 378. t. 1. f. 15. 
Ichnea enoplioides Spin. Var. 

I. ATERRIMA. MexicO, 

Enopl. aterrimum King., Berl. 

Abh. 1842. 378. 
Iclin. Enopl. var. ? Spin. 

I. DiMiDiATiPE>Nis Spin. Columbia. 

II. 162. t. 46. f. 1. 

I. DivisA Chevr. Brazil. 

Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. 1843. p. 37. 

I. CAXCEATA Chevr. Brazil. 

Ann. Soc. Ent. Fr. 1843. p. 37. 



EVENUS Laporte. 

E. FiLiFORMis Laporte., Silb. Rev t Ent. 
IV. 42. 
Spin. t. 38. f. 2. 



40 



LIST or CLERID^. 



ALLELIDEA Waterh. 
A. CTENosTOMOiDEs Waterh. N. Holland (Sidney). B. M. 

Trans. Ent. Soc. Lond. II. 192. Charles Darwin, Esq. 

PEZOPORUS Klug (nee Illig.). 

p. coARCTATus. S. Africa (Caffraria). 

Clerus coarctatus Klug, Berl. 
Ahh. 1842. 311. t. 1. f. 3. 



ELLIPOTOMA Spin. 

E. TENUIFORMIS Spin. 

II. 38. t. 40. f. 5. 
Not ten. Dvp. 



Columbia. 



LEMIDIA Spinola. 

L. NiTENs Spin. 

II. 34. t. 38. f. 1. 
Hjdn. n. Neivm. Entom. p. 36. 
Homhr. and Jacq. Voy. au Pole 
Sud, t. 4.115. 
Clerus nit ens Klug, Berl. Ahh. 

1842. 311. t. 2. f. 8 
Cler. clytoides Gory. 
Cler. scalaris Dup. 

L. iNANis Germ. Linn. 
Ent. III. 137. 



N. Holland. 
V. D. Land. 



B.M. 



Australia (Adelaide). 



HOPLOCLERUS, n. g. 

H. BIACULEATUS Wcstw. MS. 



S. Australia, coii. westwood. 



HYDNOCERA Newman. {Mag. of Nat. Hist. April, 1838.) 

H. BICARINATA Spin. 

II. 43. t. 39. f. 1. 
Cler. curvipennis Dup. Coll. $ 
Cler. megascelisoides Dup. Coll. $ 

H. ATTENUATA. S. Brazll. 

Clerus attenuatus Klug., Bei^l. 
Ahh. 1842. 312. t. 1. f. 4. 

H. LiviDA. Brazil. 

Clerus lividus Klug, Berl. Ahh. 
1842. 313. 



ALLELIBEA, PEZOPORUS, HTDNOCERA, ETC. 41 

H. HUMERALis Newm. N, America, B. M. 

Mag. Nat. Hist. n. s. iv. 362. N. Carolina, E. Florida, 
Spin. II. 44. t. 39. f. 2. Georgia. 

Cler. hum. Saij, Phil. Journ. Nat. Ent. Club of London, 

^c. III. 192. 
Germ. Spec. Ins. Nov. t. 80. 
Plijll. axillaris Dej. $ 
Var. Phyll. cyaneus Dej. 

H. BASALis. Aragua. 

Clerus basalis King., Berl. Abh. . 
1842. 

H. KuriPES Neivman. N. Amer. (U. St.) B. M. 

Mag. Nat. Hist. n. s. iv. p. E. Florida. 

363. Ent. Club of London. 

E. Doubleday, Esq. 

H. SERRATA Newm. N. America (Ohio, B. M. 

Ent. Mag. v. 380. fig. p. 379., Mt. Pleasant). 
Mag. Nat. Hist. n. s. iv. 363. Carthagena. 
Spin II. 47. t. 39. f. 4. 
Phyllob. quadrim. i)e/". Ent. Club of London. 

H. ciNCTA Spin. Cayenne. 

II. 48. t. 39. f. 5. 

H. suTURALis Spin. Columbia. 

t. 39. f. 6. 
Clerus suturalis Klug., Berl. Abh. 

1842. 
H. limbata Spiii. ii. 49. N". America. 

Phyll. limb. Dej. ^ 
Phyll. transversal's Dej. $ 
Var. Phyll. a^quiuoctialis Dej. 

H. TENELLA. McxicO. 

Clerus tenellus King, Berl. Abh. 
1842. 

H. cRuciATA. Columbia. 

Theano cr. Chevr. Ann. Soc. 
Ent. Fr. 1843. p. 33. 

H. BRACHYPTERA Spin. N. Amcrica. 

t. 40. f. 1. 
Clerus brachvpterus King, Berl. 

Abh. 1842 "p. 313. 
H. lineatocollis Spin. ii. 51. ' 
Phyll. 1. Dej. 



42 



LIST OF CLERID.E. 



H. cuRTiPENNis Newman. 

Mag. Nat. Hist. n. s. iv. 364. 

H. ^GRA Newman. 

Mag. Nat. Hist. n. s. iv. 364. 

H. BREVIPENNIS Spin. 

II. 46. t. 39. f. 3. 
Cler. brevip. Dup. 

H. ste:viformis Spin. 
t. 40. f. 2. 
Clerus stenif. Klug^ Berl. Abh. 

1842. 
H. subsenea Spin. ii. 51. 
PhjU. subseneus Dej. 

H. AZUREA Spin. 

II. 52. t. 40. f. 3. 
Cler. az. Dup. coll. 

H. PUNCTATA Spin. 

II. 54. t. 40. f. 4. 
Phyll. punct. Dej. 

H. ? coNFERTA Nswman. 
Entom. 365. 

H. ? MALTHiNus Newman. 
Entom. 37. 



N. Amer. (U. St.) B. M. 
E. Florida. 

E. Doubleday, Esq. 

N. America. E. Florida. 

E. Doubleday, Esq. 

Columbia. 



N. America. 



Columbia. 



N. America. 



S. Australia (Port Philip). 



V. D. Land. B. M. 

Ent. Ciub of London. 



H. PECTORALis Westw. MS. 
(See Appendix.) 


S. Australia, 




H. FLAvo-vARiA Westw. MS. 
(See Appendix.) 


Australia. 


B. M. 

(var.) 


H. FLAVO-LINEATA WestW. MS. 

(See Appendix.) 


Australia. 


B. M. 


H. Tasmanica, n. s. 

(See Appendix.) 


V. D. Land. 


Coll. Saunders. 


H. picTA, n. s. 

(See Appe'ndix.) 


Port Philip. 


Coll. Saunders. 



EURYMETOPUM Blanchard. 

E. MAcuLATUM BlancJi. 

DOrbig?it/, Vorj. a VAm. Mer. 
VI. 92. t. 6. f. 8. 



Chili (Valparaiso). 



EURYMETOPUM, PLATYNOPTERA, PYTICERA, ETC. 



43 



E. FALLENS Blanch. Chili (Valparaiso). B. M. 

D' Orhigiiy^ Voy. a VAm. Mer. 
VI. 93. 
E. maciil. var. ? 



E. FULViPEs Blanch. 

UOrhigny., Voy. a VAm. Mer. 
VI. 93. t. 6. f. 7. 



Chili. 



Brazil (Rio Janeiro). 



PLATY:N^0PTERA Lap. 

P. DupoNTi Spin. Mexico. 

II. 64. t. 41. f. 4. 
Enopl. dilatatum Dup. Coll. 

P. GoRYi Lap. Cayenne. 

Silb. Rev. Ent iv. 54. 
Spin. II. 65. t. 41. f. 1. 
Enopl. fasciatum Buq. 

P. LYcoiDES Chevr. Carthagena. 

Silh. Rev. Ent. ii. 18. 
Spin. II. 67. t. 41. f. 2. 
Enopl, lye. Dej. 

P. viTTicEPS Blanch. 

Voy. a V Amer. Me)\ vi. 95. 

PYTICERA Dupont. 

P. DupoNTi Spin. Brazil. 

II. 71. t. 41. f. 3. 

Enopl. ilaveolatum Dup. 

RYPARUS Spinola. 
R. TOMENTosus Spin. Senegal. 

II. 76. t. 41. f. 6. 
Cler. torn. Dej. 

PROSYMNUS Lap. 
P. CRiBRiPENNis Lap. Senegal. 

Silb. Rev. Ent. iv. 51. 



B. M. 

M. Chevrolat. 



Coll. Miers. 



B.M. 

J. D. Tebbs, Esq. 



LEBASIELLA Spinola. 

L. ERYTHRODERA Spill. 
II. 79. 

Leb. lepida Spin. t. 43. f. 1, 
Coryn. erythroderus Dup. 



Columbia. 



44 LIST OF CLEELD^. 

L. MARGiNELLA. California ? 

C. marg. Chevr. Ann. Soc. Ent. 
Fr. 1843. p. 42. 

ORTHOPLEURA Spinola. 

O. DAMicoRNis Spin. N. America. B. M. 

II. 80. t. 42. f. 4. 
Tillus damic. Fahr. S. El. i. 282. 
Enopl. thoracicum Say. 
Var. Enopl. nigripenne Dup. 

O. 8ANGUINIC0LLIS Spin. Central Europe. 

II. 82. t. 42 f. 5. 
Corynetes s. Fabr. S. E. i. 187. 
Enoplium Weberi Lat7\ Gen. Or. 

et Ins. I. 271. 
E. s. Sturm, Deutsch. F. xi. t. 

233. 
Tillus Weberi Fabr. S. E. i. 282. 

O. QUADBATicoLLis Spinola. 
II. 167. note t. 32. f. 4. 



CHARIESSA Perty. 

C. EAMicoRNis Perty. Brazil. Coii. Miers. 

Del. Ins. t. 22. f. 3. ^'' '■^* 

Spin. II. 86. t. 45. f. 1. 
Khg, Berl. Abh. 1842. 363. 

C. vESTiTA Spin. Mexico. B. M. 

II. 88. t. 45. f. 2. 
Brachymorphus vestitus Chevr. 

Col. Mex. 7. 150. 
Enoplium vest. King., J5erZ. Abh. 

1842. 363. t. 1. f. 10. 
Corynetes spectabilis Lap. Silb. 

Rev. Ent. iv. 50. 



NOTOSTENUS Dej. 

N. viRiDis Spin. C. G. Hope. B. M. 

II. 91. t. 42. f. 3. 
Anobium viride Thwib. Nov. Ins. ?>^"- J^' "*^'"<^^^<=''«- 

^ Dr. A. bmith. 

I. 9. 



ORTHOPLEURA, CHAEIESSA, NOTOSTENUS, ETC. 

coERULEus. C. G. Hope. 

Anobiiim coeruleum Thunb. Nov. 

Ins. I. 10. 
Corynetes Thimbergii Klug, Berl. 

Ahh. 1842. 354. 



45 



CORYNETES Payk. 

C. SCABRIPENNIS Spill. 

II. 94. t. 43. f. 2. 

C. ANALIS King. 

Berl AM. 1 842. 348. 

Spin. t. 43. f. 3. 
Cor, pallicornis Spin. ii. 95. 
Cor. ubdominalis Fabr. S. E. i. 

186.?- 

C. PECTORALIS King. 

Berl Abh. 1842. 348. t. 1. f. 7 

C. viOLACEUs Payk. 

F. Suec. II. 275. 
Curtis., Brit Ent. viii. t. 351. 
Spin. II 96. t. 43. f. 4. ? 
Coryii. clialjbieus Dej. ? 

C. RuncoRNis Sturm.. 

D. F. 42. t. 232. f. p. p. 

Klug, Berl Ahh. 1842. p. 347. 
C. violaceus var. Spin. ? 

C. PUSILLUS Khg. 

Berl Abh. 1842. p. 347. 
C. violaceus var. Spiji. ? 

C. GENICULATUS Khlg. 

Berl Abh. 1842. p. 347. 
C. violaceus var. Spiii. ? 

C. SEMISTRIATUS Spin. 

II. 98. t. 43. f. 5. 

C. DISCOLOR Klug. 

Berl Abh. 1842. 353. 

C. PALLIPES King. ' 

Berl Abh. 1842. 353. 



Senegal. 
Caffraria. 
Senegal. 

'Caffraria. 
N. Europe (Brit.Isl.). B. M. 

S. Germany. 

Sardinia. 

Portugal, Spain. 

C. G. Hope. 
Mexico (Xalappa). 
Mexico (Xalappa). 



46 



LIST OF CLERID^. 



NECROBIA Latr. 

N. RUFiPES Oliv. Europe (Brit. Islands). B.M. 

t. 1. f. 2. Asia, Africa, America, 

Curtis, Brit. Ent. vin. (under Australia. 

fol. 350.) 
Spin. II. 101. t. 42. f. 6. 
Coryn. rufipes Fahr. S. El. i. 

186. 
Var. N. amethystina Steph. III. 
Brit. Eiit.y. 417. 



N. RUFicoLLis Latr, 

Gen. Or. t^ Ins. i. 274. 
Oliv. t. 1. f. 3. 
Spin, n 103. t. 43. f. 6. 
Curtis, Brit. Ent. vn. fol. 350. 
Coryn. rufic. Fahr. S. El i. 286. 

N. vioLACEA Latr. 

Gen. Cr. et Ins. i. 274. 

Oliv. t. 1. f. 1. 

Spin. n. 105. t. 44. f. 1. 
Coryn. angustatus Falderm. MS. 
Necr. quadra Marsh. 323. 4. 

Curtis, VIII. (under fol. 350.) 

N. TIBIALIS Spin. 

n. 107. t. 44. f. 2. 

N. DEFUNCTORUM Spin. 

II. 108. t. 44. f. 3. 
Coryn. def. Walth. Reise. Tyrol, 
II. 63. 

Silh. Rev. Ent. iv. 143. 
Coryn. carbonarius Dej. 

N. ATRA. S. Africa. 

Corynetes ater King, Berl. Ahh. 
1842. 353. 

N. BicoLOR Spin. Spain. 

II. 109. t. 44. f. 4. 
Cor. b. Lap. Silh. Rev. Ent. iv. 

52. 
Cor. thoracicus Dej. 

N. PiNGuis Westw MS. Australia. 

(See Appendix.) 



Europe (Brit. Islands). B. M. 
Asia, Africa, America, 
Australia. 



Europe, Asia, America. B. M. 



C. G. Hope. 



Spain (Andalusia). 



B.M. 



NECROBIA, LARICOBIUS, OPETIOPALPUS, ETC. 



47 



N. EXIMIA, n. s. 

(See Appendix.) 


Australia. 


Coll. Sounders, 
Coll. Parry. 


N. MUMIARLM Hope. 


Egypt. 


B. M 


LAKICOBIUS Rosenh. 






L. Erichsonh Bosenh. 


Tyrol. 





Zw. n. Kcef. p. 7. 

OPETIOPALPUS Spivola. 

O. AURicoLLis Spin. C. G. Hope. 

II. 111. t. 45. f. 3. 

0. scuTELLARis Spill. Europe, Africa. 

II. 112. t. 45. f. 4. 
Coryn. scut. Panz. F. I. G. 38. 
29. ' 

O. oBESus Westw. MSS. N. India. 

(See Appendix.) 

O. LURiDus Spin. U. States. 

II. 113. t. 45. f. 5. 
Coryn. L Dej. 

O. coLLARis Spin. C. G. Hope. 

n. 114. t. 45, f. 6. 
Coryn. coll. Schonb. Syn. Ins. u. 

51. 
Var. Coryn. rubricollis King, 

Berl. Ab/i. 1842. 352. 



B. M. 



B. M. 



PAEATEXETUS Spin. 

P. puNCTATUs Spin. U. States. 

II. 118. t. 44. f. 5. 
Coryn. p. Dej. 
Lagria serricollis Klug. 

P. Lebasii Spin. Columbia, 

n. 119. t. 44. f. 6. 



48 LIST or CLERID^. 



APPENDIX. 



DESCRIPTIONS OF NEW SPECIES. 

Cylidrus nigrinus, n. s. 
Epistome somewhat 3-lobed, the middle lobe with three equal 
crenations. Antemias with the five basal joints of a clear amber- 
yellow ; the other joints black. Head, thorax, elytra, and 
greater portion of under parts, of a deep black ; at least three of 
the terminal joints of abdomen, both above and below, of a 
reddish yellow. First pair of legs black, second and third pairs 
pale yellow, the base of the tibia in the latter alone being 
brownish. Head and thorax punctured, and furnished with 



short hairs ; elytra smooth. 

mgth 3 1 lines. 

Hah. Van Diemen's Land. 



TiLLUS HILARIS Westw. D. S. 

Head rufous, punctured. Antennae and palpi fulvous ; prothorax 
chestnut-red, in front blackish, shining, irregularly piinctured ; 
elytra at the base, for a third part, of a testaceous rufous, the 
remainder black with a white band in the middle. Elytra punc- 
tato-striate the punctures extending through the white band ; 
the tip of elytra smooth. Body beneath and legs rufous, abdo- 
men black. 

Length 2 lines. 

Hah. Van Diemen's Land. 

Tlllus nciPENNis Westw.., 

Small, narrow, and of a pitchy brown colour. Head and prothorax 
punctured, the latter with various smooth spaces. Antennae of 
a pitchy chestnut-brown, the three last joints black; elytra pitchy 
brown, punctate -striate ; a wide white band behind the middle ; 
the tips, for a considerable space, smooth. Legs pitchy brown. 

Length \\ line. 
Hah. East Indies. 



DESCRIPTIONS OF NEW SPECIES. 49 

TiLLUS BIFASCIELLUS, n. S. 

Serrated part of antenna? with eight joints. Head, thorax, abdo- 
men, and elytra of a deep blackish blue. Head and thorax 
polished, covered, especially on the sides, with longish ashy 
hairs. Elytra punctato-striate for rather more than half their 
length, with two transverse yellow bands, the first not far from 
the base, and not reaching either margin of elytron ; the second 
just beyond the middle, reaching the outer edge of elytron, but 
not extending to suture, somewhat angulated in the middle. The 
tip of each elytron closely covered with ashy silk-like hairs ; 
sides of terminal segments of abdomen beneath with close silky 
hairs. 

Length 3i lines. 

Hah. Philippine Islands. 

Tlllus distinctus, n. s.* 

Thickened part of antennae very slightly serrated and compressed ; 
reddish brown, the edges black. Head and fore-part of thorax 
above black ; rest of thorax above and below red ; base of elytra 
and base of abdomen beneath red; rest of elytra black, excepting 
a transverse yellow band beyond the middle ; tip of elytra 
covered closely with yellowish silky hairs. Elytra, as far as 
commencement of yellow band, rather coarsely punctato-striate. 
Legs red, femora of hind legs black. Greater part of abdomen 
beneath black ; the pointed part of segment between hind legs 
red. 

Length 2| lines. 
Hah. Java. Mus. East India House. 



Priocera INIiersiana, n. s. 

Elytra entire, and conjointly rounded at the end ; the upper sur- 
face for half their length with longitudinal punctured striae ; 
those on external margin abbreviated. Antennae red. Head 
and thorax of a deep rusty brown : thorax above in the middle 
somewhat depressed, a transverse grooved line not far from the 
front, and nearly parallel with it ; on each side of the depression 
in front a roundish smooth tubercle; sides of thorax with several 
delicate streaks. Base of elytra and suture as far as middle of 
a brownish red ; an irregular branched yellow spot on the base 
of elytra, an angled yellow spot on lateral edge of elytra before 
the middle, and a transverse yellow spot beyond the middle 
near the suture, but not reaching to it ; a large deep brown 
baud beyond the middle, and extending up the sides oj' elytra to 

D 



50 LIST OF CLERID^, 

beyond the angled yellow spot; tip of elytra of a pale yellow. 
Under side of abdomen pitch brown ; terminal segment paler. 
The whole insect is covered with longish pale ochraceous hairs. 
Length 4i lines. 

Hah. Brazil. Coll. Miers. 



Xylobius albo-varius Westw. 

Elongated, slender, of a dark steel-blue colour, densely punctured. 
Head between the eyes of a silky white. Prothorax with a 
frontal band, and two spots on the sides behind of a silky white. 
Elytra with two lunules at the base and seven spots, the third 
larger than the rest and common to both elytra, of a silky 
white ; tips truncated. Antennae very short, and with the legs 
fulvous. 

Length 5 lines. 

Hah. E. Lidies (Himalaya). 



Systenoderes Dasytoides Westw. n. s. 

Elytra of a dark metallic green with yellowish reflexions, thickly 
punctured, thickened at the suture. Head and front of thorax 
black, rest of thorax red ; in some specimens the whole of the 
thorax is black. Antennas, legs, and under parts black. The 
whole insect is rough with greyish and blackish hairs and 
bristles. Thorax wider than long. 

Length 2 \ lines. 
Hah. Mexico. 



Cymatodera pulchella, n. s. 

Yellow. Head keeled down the centre. Thorax with seven warts 
on the back, six of them placed in two longitudinal parallel lines, 
the seventh between the lines, and connected, but indistinctly, 
with the middle wart of each line ; the sides of the thorax 
gibbous on each side. Elytra with a black spot at the base in 
the middle, from which proceeds a short black line ; about the 
middle a widish black band, narrowed towards the suture, and 
not reaching the lateral margin. Surface of elytra rather finely 
and irregularly punctured, and furnished with several hair? 
Legs, antennae, and under side pale yellow. 

Length 2a lines. 
Hab. Columbia. 



DESCRIPTIONS OF NEW SPECIES. 51 

TlLLICERA CHALYBEA Westw. 

Siibcylindrical. Head small. Elytra wider behind, cyaneous, 
highly polished. Prothorax very gibbous, contracted before the 
hind margin. Elytra with the basal half striato-punctate, each 
elytron behind the middle with an elevated smooth purple spot ; 
tips smooth. Antennas with the joints from the fourth to the 
tenth dilated, and serrated on the inside, and equal. 

Length 5 lines. 
Hab. Tenasserim. 

TlLLICERA ? MUTILLJECOLOR, H. S. 

Head and thorax deep pitchy black, closely punctured, when fresh 
must be covered with ochrey yellow hairs. Elytra at the base 
ferrugineous red, coarsely pustulato-striated ; a band of ochrey 
yellow hairs across each elytron, sinuated on the posterior mar- 
gin ; this is followed by a large deep black lunule, after which 
comes a band of ochrey yellow hairs, straight behind and nar- 
rowed towards the side of elytrb, ; tip deep black. Metathorax 
red. Legs black, with numerous greyish bristles. Abdomea 
and antennae wanting. 

Length 6^ lines. 
Hab. N. India. 



ClADISCUS GRACILIS, n. s. 

Head, thorax, and sides of elytra, from the base to the middle, red* 
Antennae, legs, terminal half of elytra, and suture smoky brown- 
Antennas branched from the third joint ; the branches are di- 
rected inwards, and emit a second branch, which is directed 
downwards ; the elytra are very much elongated, and furnished 
with several punctured stria? commencing at the base, but 
evanescent considerably before the tip. 

Length 4a Lines. 
Hab. N. India. From Captain Boyes's Collection. 

Cladisctjs Prinsepii, n. s. 

Head and thorax red. Elytra blackish brown. Abdomen above 
and below black. Antenme, tips of femorn, tibiae, and tarsi black ; 
base of femora red. Antennae branched from the third joint ; 
two branches, considerably longer than the joints, spring from 
the end of each joint, and, in common with the joints, are deli- 
cately ciliated with black haii;s. Elytra elongated, and furnished 



52 LIST or CLERID^. 

with several punctured striae, emitting short hairs ; apex of 
elytra somewhat abrupt. Wings of a uniform black. 
Length 5 lines. 
Hob. E. Indies. 

Cladiscus longipennis Westw. 

Elongated, cylindrical, black. Head and prothorax sanguineous. 
Antennas black ; all the joints from the third strongly serrated 
within. Prothorax much contracted behind the middle. Elytra 
testaceous, much elongated, each with ten striae formed of large 
contiguous points. Legs black, setose; tarsi 5-jointed, first 
joint rather lai'ger than the second, the third and fourth dilated 
beneath. 

Length from 5 to 6| lines. 
Hah. India (Himalayas). 



TeNERUS CINGALENSIS, n. S. 

Of a rich vermilion red. Mouth, antennae, legs, and under side of 
abdomen black. A spot on the crown of head and the tip of 
elytra black : shoulders of elytra square ; each elytron with at 
least four longitudinal keels. Head, thorax, and elytra covered 
with crowded short hairs. Antennae with the eight terminal 
joints dilated in an oblong oval form. 

Length 1\ lines. 
Hah. Ceylon. 

Tenerus abbreviatus, n. s. 

Elytra not reaching much beyond the middle of abdomen. Fore- 
head, thorax, greater portion of abdomen of a clear, shining, 
orange red. Elytra, to beyond the middle, of a palish metallic 
green ; end yellow, with a large blue spot in the middle ; 
edged with black. Tip of abdomen, above and below, of a deep 
metallic blue. Antennae with a longish process from the end 
of each joint directed inwards, each process being somewhat 
thickened towards the end. Legs and under part of metathora 
of a deep black. Wings blackish. 

Length 5 lines. 
Hah. Australia. 



DESCRIPTIONS OF NEW SPECIES. 53 

Serriger Coffini Westic. 

Short, wide, very delicately but thickly punctured, sanijuineous. 
Elytra with two blackish blue spots before the middle, the 
apical half of the same colour. Antennae black at the base, 
rufous ; the three apical joints, especially the last, widened. 
Palpi black, all securiform. Legs brownish black ; femora 
rufous at the base. Body beneath black. Abdomen rufous, 
slightly washed with brown. 

Length 6i lines. 
Hab. Mexico. 



Omadius Kamelianus, n. s. 

Thorax above somewhat nodulose ; two deeply grooved transverse 
lines, one in front and one behind ; the posterior line close to 
hind margin. Elytra in colour and marking very similar to O. 
modestus. Legs pale yellow ; femora of hind leg, when ex- 
tended, reaching beyond the eiid of elytra; terminal half of 
femora of hind legs black, with a yellow spot on upper edge ; a 
black ring round the middle of tibise, on front legs nearly ob- 
solete. 

Length 5i lines. 

Hab. Philippine Islands. From ^Ix. Cuming's Collection. 



Stigmatium Gilberti, n. s. 

Of a dullish ferruginous. The head covered with grey down and 
bristles, extending even over the eyes. Thorax with a deeply 
impressed transverse line ; the surface very minutely punctured. 
Elytra with the basal half rather coarsely punctured, the punc- 
tures running in lines ; the posterior part of elytra smoothish, 
black ; the tip, and an oblong spot before the tip and close to 
the suture, also covered with greyish hairs slightly bent ; there 
is a somewhat indistinct band of greyish hairs across the elytra, 
terminating where the black commences. 

Length from 3} to 4f lines. 

Hab. N. Holland, Port Essington. 

Stigmatium natalense Westiv. 

Deep pitchy brown. Elytra punctato-striate, the basal part with 
various spots and patches of greyish hairs between the stria? ; a 
wide, transverse, irregular band of greyish hairs beyond the 
middle, running down the suture to the tip, and forming a spot 
there. Thorax scarcely, if at all gibbous on the sides. Face 

P 3 



54 LIST OF CLERID^. 

with numerous long greyish hairs. Under side of abdomen pale 
ferruginous. Legs pale yellowish brown, with short grey hairs 
and a few scattered bristles ; tarsi of a deeper brown. 
Length 5 lines. 

Hab Port Natal. Coll. Westwood. 

Stigmatium speculare, n. s. 

Of a dull brownish colour, more or less covered with scattered 
hairs and bristles. A largish patch of grey hairs common to 
both elytra, and situated on the posterior part of elytra. Elytra 
rather finely striated with punctured lines. Antennas, palpi, 
and legs reddish. 

Length 3 lines. 

Hab. N". Holland (Port Essington). 

Stigmatium rufiventre Wesiw. 

Short, thick, black, covered with bristles. Head and prothorax, 
under a glass, covered with minute punctures; the middle of the 
head slightly wider. Elytra, at the base towards the costa, of a 
purplish chestnut, thickly covered with punctures, the punctures 
arranged in strise and obliterated before the tip ; an irregular 
band before the middle, and another before the tip, the tip also 
itself with dull whitish bristles. Antennae slender, apical joints 
scarcely thickened. Metasternum and abdomen beneath tes- 
taceous. 

Length 4 lines. 
Hab. Assam. 

Stigmatium elaphroides West7o. 

Antennse very long, with brown and narrow yellow rings. Thorax 
considerably gibbous on the sides, with a deeply impressed 
transverse line in front ; two oblong brown spots on the back of 
the hind part. Head and thorax with many adpressed silky 
yellow hairs, and several long blackish bristles. Elvtra above 
covered, for the greater part, with adpressed silky yellow hairs ; 
the apical half with several brown spots, which taken together 
have the appearance of two twisted brown bands; puiictato- 
striate, with scattered black bristles. 

Length 3 lines. 
Hab. Ceylon. R. Templeton, Esq. 



DESCRIPTIONS OF NEW SPECIES. 55 

Thanasimus subsimllis, n. s. 

Head, thorax, and legs of a reddish yellow. Elytra pale yellow, with 
two broad, transverse, blackish brown bands ; a slight blackish 
brown line on the edge of the base of the elytra ; the posterior 
band wider than the anterior. Elytra covered with minute 
punctures ; a few slightly raised longitudinal keels down each 
elytron ; tips of elytra at suture brownish black. 

Length 4^ lines. 



Thaneroclerus accinctus Newm. 
Var. Clerus viduus Westw. 

Antennse pitch- coloured. Thorax black. Legs black ; femora 

chestnut at the base. 
Length 3i lines. 

Hah. Van Diemen's Land. 

Var. Clenis medianus Westw. 

Somewhat narrow, black, scarcely shining, closely covered with 
very delicate punctures. Antennae slightly clavate, short, chest- 
nut, as is the mouth. Labial palpi brown. Prothorax of a blood- 
red colour. Elytra with a straight white band across the middle, 
and a small triangular common white spot at the tip. Legs tes- 
taceous, with white setae. Metasternum black. Posterior coxae 
testaceous. Posterior margin of segments of abdomen testa 
ceous. 

Length 3i lines. 

Hab. Van Diemen's Land. 



NoToxus coNGRiJus Newm. 

Var, Opilus femoralis Westw. 

Of a pitch-brown. Elytra with striated punctures ; a wide trans- 
verse yellow band a little behind the middle ; tips yellow. An- 
tennae and legs chestnut ; the basal half of the femora pale 
yellow ; antennae of the male more elongated. Female twice as 
large as male ; antennae short, and legs duller in colour. 

Length from 4 to 6 lines. 

Hab. Australia, King George's Sound. 



56 LIST OF CLERID^. 

NoToxus suBFAsciATus Westw. 

Somewhat depressed. Head and prothorax pitch-coloured. An- 
tennae somewhat fulvous, slender ; the three terminal joints 
slightly thicker. Elytra fulvous, shining, striato- punctate ; a 
band before the middle, interrupted at the suture, and another 
wider one behind the middle of a pitchy black. Legs fulvous ; 
femora duller in colour. Body beneath pitch-coloured. Labial 
palpi with the last joint very large and of a pale yellow. 

Length 4 lines. 

Hah. East Indies. 

NOTOXUS CASTANEIPENOTS, n. S. 

Covered with light ferruginous short hairs. Head, thorax, and 
abdomen of a blackish brown. Elytra of a uniform pale chestnut- 
brown. Antennae yellowish brown. Legs and base of femora pale 
yellow ; tips of femora blackish brown ; tibiae and tarsi reddish 
brown. Head punctured. Thorax punctured ; a transverse 
grooved line not far from the fore edge, with a short deep 
grooved longitudinal line on the middle of the back. Elytra 
with several longitudinal rows of deeply punctured lines. 

Length 6i lines. 

Hah. Bengal. Coll. W. W. Saunders. 

NOTOXCS APICALIS, n. s. 

Of a clear ochraceous yellow. The elytra tipped with black ; the 
black running in an oblique line towards the suture. Femora, 
from the base to beyond the middle, yellow ; tips of femora 
black ; tibiae and tarsi black. Jaws and antennee blackish brown. 
Head and thorax very smooth, shining ; an impressed transverse 
line, sinuated in the middle, close to front edge of thorax. Elytra 
covered by many closely placed, punctured, parallel lines. Insect 
covered with short yellowish hairs. 

Length 5\ lines. 

? Coll. F. W. Parry. 

NOTOXUS UNICOLOR, U. S. 

Of a dirty dark brown, densely covered with a silk-like yellowish 
pubescence. Under side of abdomen with the edges of segments 
tjehind margined with yellow. Elytra with rather distant lon- 
gitudinal lines of punctures not continued to the tip. 

Length from 3f lines to 7 lines. 

Hah. India. Mus. E. India House. 



DESCRIPTIONS OF NEW SPECIES. 57 

NOTOXUS RUFICORNIS Westw. 

Elongated, rather narrow. Head and thorax black, with scattered 
punctures. Antenna?, labrum, and palpi rufo-fulvous. Elytra 
with the basal half of a bright fulvo-testaceous ; the apical half 
pitch-coloured, with a transverse whitish band behind the middle 
and interrupted in the middle. Elytra punctato-striate, the 
tips smooth. Legs black. 

Length 4 lines. 

NOTOXUS M35RENS WesflV. 

Head black, very slightly punctured. Antennae black, pitchy 
brown at the base. Palpi moderate. Prothorax black, of the 
width of the head ; behind slightly narrower ; the disk in the 
middle slightly impressed, irregularly punctured. Elytra black, 
punctato-striate; tips smooth; in the middle a transverse 
whitish band. Body beneath black. Coxae of a pitchy chestnut ; 
legs black; tibiae and tarsi pitchy; brown. 

Length 2i lines. 

Hab. Australia (Adelaide). 

JSTOTOXUS EPHIPPIGER, n. S. 

Of a dingy brownish black ; a squarish ochrey yellow spot on the 
suture, behind which and running into it is a narrow yellow 
transverse band ; from this band, and including it, the surface of 
the elytra is covered with large punctures arranged in longitu- 
dinal lines ; end of elytra yellowish, and covered with silky 
greyish hairs ; a tuft of black hairs on the back of each elytron 
at the base. Antennas yellow. Legs brownish black ; tips of 
tibiee and the tarsi yellow. 

Length 4| lines. 
Hab. New Holland. 

NOTOXUS SEX-NOTATUS WestW. 

Elongated, narrow. Legs very long. Head cyaneous, subnigose, 
with minute punctures ; as wide as the prothorax. Antennae 
elongated, and with the palpi fulvous. Prothorax cyaneous, 
shining, slightly rugose ; before the middle with an angled im- 
pression, and an abbreviated middle dorsal line behind, con- 
siderably contracted. Elytra cyaneous at the tip, inclined to 
purple ; the basal half striato-punctate ; two oval spots before 
the middle, an interrupted median band, and two somewhat 
oblique apical spots, yellowish. Body beneath cyaneous. Legs 

D 5 



58 LIST OF CLEBID^. 

black ; femora at the base, and tip of the tibiae and tarsi, 
fiilvous. All the palpi securiform. 

Length 3^ lines. 

Hob. Van Diemen s Land. 

NOTOXUS PUIiCHER, n. s. 

Of a deep metallic purplish blue, with two squarish yellow spots 
on the back of the elytra before the middle, a yellow band 
across the middle of elytra not extending to the suture, and an 
oblique yellow spot on the tip. Antennae and palpi amber- 
yellow. Legs amber-yellow. Head thickly punctate. Thorax 
with scattered punctures ; two deeply impressed semicircular 
lines, one on each side, not touching in the middle ; a short 
deeply impressed longitudinal line down part of the middle of 
thorax. Elytra with its basal portion with large punctures 
arranged in lines ; the apical half smooth and shining ; under 
side deep black. 

Var. a. Tips of femora purplish blue. 
h. Legs wholly yellow. 

Length 4i lines to 6^ lines. 

Hab. Van Diemen's Land. Rev. T. Ewing ; R. Butler, Esq. 



Clerus sericans Westw. 

Somewhat narrow, closely covered with very delicate punctures. 
Head and prothorax aeneous, with bristle like golden hairs. 
Autennae black, at the base fulvo-piceous ; the last three joints 
gradually thickened. Elytra of a livid ferruginous, covered 
with black setae ; a pinkish white much-angled band on the 
middle (margined in front with black) ; two subapical spots of 
a pinkish white. Mouth with the palpi of a tawny yellow. 
Body beneath of a brassy black. Legs black. Belly of a pitchy 
red. Tarsi pitchy. 

Length 3| lines. 

Hab. Mexico. 

Clerus holosericeus, n. a. 

Depressed. Elytra somewhat widened behind. Head, thorax, 
above and below, and legs, black, and more or less covered with 
black hairs and greyish silky pubescence. Elytra with the basal 
half of a reddish fawn ; that colour on the side and suture ex- 
tending beyond the middle; a large round black spot at the 



DESCRIPTIONS OF NEW SPECIES. 59 

base, common to both elytra, between which and the margin on 
each side is a narrow black spot not reaching to the shoulder ; 
the terminal half of elytra black, with a transverse band near 
the tip, and the suture at the tip with short grey silky hairs. 
Abdomen beneath of a dark brownish red. 
Length 4 lines. 

Hab. California. From the Collection of Mr. Hartweg. 

Clerus laticinctus, n. s. 

Of a deep purplish black. Elytra with a wide, clear yellow, trans- 
verse band across the middle ; the sutural margin black ; a 
roundish yellow spot at the base of each elytron (sometimes, as 
in Capt. Parry's specimen, wanting). Legs of a yellowish red, 
the tibiae more obscure ; tarsi black. Head and thorax closely 
punctured, and thickly covered with short, erect, black hairs. 
A patch of silky greyish brown hairs at the end of each elytron. 

Lennjth from 31- to 4 lines. 
Hab. Brazil. 

Clerus guttulus, n. s. 

Elongated, narrow. Head as wide as thorax. Thorax suddenly 
narrowed behind. Elytra with the sides somewhat sinuated. 
Mouth, antennas, and legs yellowish red. Head and thorax 
black, with greenish reflexions ; thickly punctured and hairy. 
Elytra broAvn, and striato-punctate at the base, with a short, 
diagonal, ferruginous band from the shoulder to the suture, and 
two white, smooth, raised lineolets, one on each side of the band, 
the outer the longer ; a narrow, transverse, white, smooth, raised, 
linear band behind the middle of the elytra, which are black at 
the tip, and have green reflexions. Under side of abdomen 
black ; mesosternum and metasternum yellow. 

Length S.^ lines. 
Hab. Australia. 

Clerus Anthicoides Westw. 

Pitchy black. Elytra with four largish yellow spots ; two trans- 
verse before the middle, and two sub-oblique close to the tip. 
Antennae long, yellowish ; the four terminal joints gradually 
thickened, brownish black. Thorax as broad as long, slightly 
narrowed behind. Legs pitchy brown ; tarsi yellow ; tibiae of 
hind legs with some longish hairs on the outside. 

Length \\ line. 
Hab. Ceylon. 



60 LIST OF GLEBID^. 

Trichodes Douglasianus, n. s. 

A narrow elongated species. Head, thorax, scutellum, and under 
parts of body, of a lively metallic green. Elytra of a very dark 
purple, very much decorated with orange yellow bands, one 
occupying the shoulder, except on the very angle and on the 
inner edge about the scutellum ; it emits at its lower side a 
yellow spot, connected with the yellow of the base by a narrow 
yellow line close to the suture ; about the middle of elytra, and 
connected by a narrow, yellow, lateral, marginal line to the 
yellow of the base, is a diagonal yellow band which ends towards 
the suture in a spot which is du-ected upwards ; another diagonal 
yellow band proceeds from the side of the tip upwards, and is 
angled towards the suture. Legs of a metallic green, but with 
many rusty yellow hairs, which give them a ferruginous appear- 
ance. 

Length 4i lines to 5 lines. 

Hah. California. From Mr. Hartweg's Collection. 

Tkichodes Hartwegianus, n. s. 
Head, thorax, scutellum, elytra, body, and legs of a dark shining 
green ; the hairs longish and of a rusty grey. The shoulder with 
a squarish yellow mark, with a green spot on the angle ; a little 
yellow spot towards the suture, not connected with the basal 
yellow spot, nor with the median, transverse, slightly diagonal, 
yellow band, not quite touching the suture; a yellow arcuated 
spot near the tip, the sinus on its hinder margin. 

Length 5\ lines. 

Hah. California. From Mr. Hartweg's Collection. 



AuLicus iNSTABiLis Newm. 

Var. Clenis tibialis Westw. 
Elytra at the base and tip more punctured, of a golden green ; 

roughly striato-punctate. Legs of a bluish green ; anterior 

legs within, with the tarsi, fulvous. Antennse and palpi fulvous. 

Body beneath of a lively green. 
Length 4 lines. 

Hah. Australia. 

Var. Clerus castanipes Westw. 
Oblong, depressed, cyaneous, or greenish blue. Head and pro- 
thorax, under a glass, covered with punctures. Elytra roughly 



DESCRIPTIONS OF NEW SPECIES. 

striato-punctate ; the base and tip rather smooth ; shoulders 
purple. Legs chestnut, with black bristles ; the four posterior 
tarsi brown. Antennse short, chestnut ; three apical joints di- 
lated. Body beneath of a greenish shining cyaneous. 

Length 4 lines. 

Hob. Van Diemen's Land. 



Phloiocopus Guerinii, n. s. 

Head and thorax of a deep brown, the latter ferruginous in front. 
Elytra with the basal half of a pale reddish brown, rather 
roughly punctato-striate ; a narrow, irregular, brown band 
across the middle, followed by a wider, smooth, yellow band with 
irregular edges ; a still wider, smooth, brown band succeeds this ; 
a narrow yellow sub-apical band, the extreme tip is brown. 
Antennae rufous. Legs ferruginous brown ; base of femora and 
soles of tarsi inclined to yellow. ' 

Length 6 lines. 
Hah. Africa. 



HOPLOCLERUS BIACULEATUS Westw. 

Somewhat depressed. Elytra wider behind. Head and protho- 
rax smooth. Elytra irregularly covered with punctures ; of a 
lively testaceous ; shining, cyaneous ; shoulders and tips rufous, 
the latter at the suture ending in two sharp spines. Antennae 
short ; the three apical joints wider. Body beneath rufous ; the 
mesosternum and metasternum cyaneous. 

Length 3 lines. 

Hab. S. Australia. 



Hydnocera pectoralis Westw. 

Allied to H. flavo-lineata, but wider behind and less parallel 
above, altogether of a pale testaceous ; anterior margin of pro- 
thorax whitish. Antennae very short, of a pale testaceous ; three 
last joints short, and wider than the rest. Head, between the 
eyes, with two impressions. Elytra deeply punctato-striate. 
Legs yellowish. Thorax black beneath. Abdomen chestnut. 

Length 2- lines. , 

Hab. Australia. 



62 MST OF CLERIDiE. 

Hydnocera flavo-varia Westw. 

Head black, face yellow. Antennae very short, slightly thickened, 
yellow. Prothorax with the sides before the middle slightly 
rounded, of the width of the head, yellow, disk marked with a 
horse-shoe of a pitchy brown. Elytra elongated, somewhat 
parallel, subriigose, black ; each with an oblong, basal, yellow spot, 
another somewhat rounded, nearly in the middle ; another 
rounded yellow spot before the tip, and the tip itself yellow. 
Legs yellow, tips of posterior femora, posterior tibiee, and 
posterior tarsi, of a pitchy brown. Body beneath black. 

Length 2i lines. 

Hab. Australia (King George's Sound). 

Htdnocera flavo-lixeata Westw. 

Small, much elongated. Head and prothorax of a dark steel 
colour, with scattered punctures ; face and labium whitish. 
Antennee shorter than the head, yellow, slightly thickened at the 
tip. Elytra elongated, somewhat parallel, punctured, disk of 
each marked with a longitudinal palish yellow streak. Legs 
somewhat fulvous ; femora, especially the posterior, black above ; 
hind tarsi black. 

Length 2 lines. 
Hab. S. Australia* 

Htdnocera tasmanica, n. s. 

Elongated. Head in front and mouth yellow ; top of head black ; 
spot on vertex ferruginous. Thorax depressed above, with a 
deeply impressed line close to and parallel with the front, 
smooth, ferruginous. Elytra black ; the base pinkish yellow, 
except on the margin, which is black ; a pinkish yellow band 
across the middle, not continued to the margin; the suture 
black ; tip yellow. Two first pairs of legs yellow ; hind legs black ; 
base of femora and tibiae yellow ; under side black. Tip of ab- 
domen black. Antennae wanting in the specimen. 

Length 3 lines. 

Hab. Van Diemen's Land. 

Htdnocera picta, n. s. 
Head smooth, black, with green reflexions. Face immediately 
above trophi edged with yellow. Antennse black. Thorax 
depressed on the back, and suddenly strangulated on the sides 
behind, with a deep impressed line close to one parallel with the 
front margin ; deeply foveated in the middle ; bright yellowish 



DESCRIPTIONS OF NEW SPECIES. 63 

red. Elytra broader behind than in front, striato-punctate and 
sh'ghtly hairy ; greenish metallic blue ; base near the shoulder 
yellowish red ; a wide yellowish red band across the elytra, just 
before the middle, widest on the margin. Prothorax beneath 
yellowish red ; mesothorax and metathorax black. Abdomen 
beneath at the base red, at the tip black. Legs black, with blue 
reflexions. 

Length 3^ lines. 

Hah. Port Philip. 

Necrobia pinguis Westw. 

Short, thick. Head small, black, closely and densely punctured. 
Antennte black ; the base and labrum fulvous. Prothorax much 
wider than the head ; the sides in the middle dilated into a 
rounded tubercle, thickly punctured, some of the punctures 
larger ; rugose, sanguineous. Elytra black, roughly punctured ; 
with a slender nearly straight band in the middle, and another 
near the tip, whitish. Scutellum rufous. Body beneath, with 
legs, of reddish testaceous. 

Length 3^ lines. 
Hah. Van Diemen's Land. 

Necrobia eximia, n. s. 
Head and thorax dark shining green, with brassy reflexions. 
Antennae and trophi pitchy brown. Elytra with a widish, bril- 
liant purple, transverse band on the middle ; the remainder with 
the brightest combination of green, flame-coloured, and brassy 
colours passing into each other ; under side yellowish green. 
Legs with a bluish tint ; covered with many short black hairs. 

Length 2f lines. 
Hah. W. Australia. 

Opetiopalpus obesus Westw. 

Small, thick, and convex, somewhat shining, punctured, with black 
bristles. Head and prothorax of a dull sanguineous. Elytra 
black, without spots. Antennae and legs of a reddish chestnut ; 
club of antennse of a dull colour. 

Length 1^ lines. 

Hah. E. Indies. 



INDEX. 



abbreviatus, Ten. 12. 
abdominalis, Cter. 1.5. 22. 
Cor. 4.5. 
Cyl. 2. 
„ Prioc. -5. 

Than. 15. 
accinctus. Than. 17. 
acerbus, Than. 16. 
acutipennis, Call. 4. 
Adonis, Cler. 16. 
segra, Hydn. 42. 
sneicolli*;. Cler. 22. 
aequinoctiale, En. 39. 
aequinoctialis, Phyll. 41. 
affinis, Trich. 27, 28, 29. 
agilis, Till. 2. 
albotasciatus, Till. 2. 
AUeliilea, 40. 
alvearius, Trich. 27. 
amabile. Pel .34. 
ambulans, Till. 2. 
Ammios, Trich. 30. 
amcenum, Pel. 3.3. 
amcenus, Cler. 25. 
Syst. 7. 
analis. Ax. 6. 

„ Cor. 45. 
angustata, C.vm. 9 
angustatus, Cor. 46. 

Not. 8, 9. 

Trich. 29. 
annulatus, Cler. 21. 
annulipes, Cler. 15. 
Anthicldes, Pyl. 26. 
anthicoides, Cler "^6. 
antiquLis, Cler. 21. 
apiarius. Trich. 28. 
apica'e. Pel. 36. 
apicalis, Not 19. 

Than. 16. 
apicida, Trich. 28. 
apivorus, Trich. 28. 
Apolopha, 37. 
arachnodes, Cler. 24. 
arcuatus, Cler. 21. 

Trich. 28. 
arthriticus, Trich. 30. 
artifex, Cler. 20. 
aspera. El. 10. 
assimilis, Cler. 21. 25. 
ater, Cor. 46. 



aterrima, Ich. 39. 
atra. Necr. 46. 
atteniiata, Hydn. 40. 
Aulicus, 31. 

Call. 4. 

Trich. 30. 
auratus, Cler. 31. 
auricollis, Opet. 47. 
auricomus, Till. 6. 
auripenne. Pel. 35. 
auripennis. Op. 35. 
australis, Ol. 19. 

Zen. 26. 
axillaris, Piyll. 41. 

Trich. 29. 
Axina, 6. 
azurea, Hydn. 42. 
azureus, Sten. 6. 



badium, En. 35. 
baltealus, Cyl. 1. 

Epi. 38. 
basalis, Cler. 21. 
Epicl. 10. 
„ Hvdn.41. 
Opil. 32. 
hiaculeatus, Hopl. 40. 
bicarinata, Hydn. 40. 
bicinctus, Cler. 23. 
Pyl. 26. 
bicolor, Calf. 4. 
Necr. 46. 
Till. 36. 
bifasciatus, Omad. 13. 
Ten. 12. 
Trich. 31. 
bifascielkis. Till. 4. 
bilobus, Cler. 20. 
bimaculatus, Cyl. 1. 

Ta;n 12. 
Till. 2. 7. 
bipartitus, Not. 32. 
Till. 3. 
bisignatus, Cler. 24. 
bispinosa, Prioc. 6. 
bitaeniata, M. 31. 
bizonatus, Trich. 31. 
bombycinus, Cler. 22. 
Boscii, Cym. 9. 
Brachymorphus, 44. 



brachyptera. Hydn. 41. 
brevicoUis, Cler 24. 
brevipennis, Hydn. 42. 
brunneus, Not. 9. 
brunnipes, Cler. 20. 
Buquetii, Cyl. 1. 

Ep. 38. 

Not. 18. 

Pel. 3.5. 

PhL 32. 

Than. 16. 



Caestron, 24. 
calceata, Ich. 39. 
Callitheres, 4. 
callosa, Eb. 27. 
callosus. Op 27. 
cap-nsis. Ten. 12. 

Than. 1.5. 
carbonarius. Cor. 46. 
Per. 4. 
Carcelii. Trich. 30. 
earns. Till. 3. 
castanea, Prioc 5. 
castaneipennis. Not. 19. 
castaneus, Opil. 5. 
castanipes, Cler. 31. 
centrdmaciilrttus, Not. 19. 
ceraceus. Trich. .30. 
chalvba'us, Cor. 45. 
chalybea, Till. 11. 
Chariessa, 44. 
chilensis, Not. 9. 
chinensis. Not. 15. 
cicindeloides, Stigm. 13. 
cincta, Hydn. 41 . 
cinctipennis, Col. 7. 
cinctiventris, Prioc. 5. 
cinctum, En. 33. 
cinereo-pilosus, Cler. 23. 
cingalensis, Ten. 12. 
cingulata, Cym. 9. 
cinguiatus, i'ill. 9. 
circumcinctum, En. 34. 
Cladiscus. 11. 
CleridEe, 1 
cleroides. Pel 36. 
Cleronomus, 7. 
Clems, 20. 
clytoides, Cler. 40, 



INDEX. 



65 



coarctatus, Pez. 40. 
cceruleu?, Not. 45. 
Coffini, Serr. 13. 
col I are. Pel. 34. 
coUaris, Opet. 47. 

Till. 3. 
Colombia^, Cler. 22. 
colurabianus, Cler. 21. 
columbicus, Than. 15. 
Colyphus, 7. 
compressicornis. Till. 3. 
comptus, Cler. 20. 
conferta, Hydii 42. 
conflagrata. Cvm. 8. 
conflagratns, Till. 8. 
confusus, Not. 8. 

Than. 16. 
congruus. Not. 19. 
corallinus, Trich. 28. 
Corynetes, 45. 
crab'ronarius, Cler. 21. 
crabroniformis, Trich. 28. 
crassipes, Not. 6. 
crassus, Cler. 25. 
cribricollis, Nat 16. 
cribripenne, Pel. 36. 
cribripennis, Pros. 43. 
Trich. 28. 
crinipenne. En. 39. 
crinitum. En. 34. 
cruciata, Hydn. 41. 
cruciatus, Cler. 25. 
cruentatus, Cler. 21. 
Not. 19. 
ctenostomoides. All. 40. 
curtipennis, Hydn. 42. 
curvipennis, Cler. 40. 
cyaueus, Cyl. 1. 

Phyll.41. 
cyaneo-maculatum. En. 33. 
cyanopterus, Ten. 12. 
Cylidrus, 1. 
cylindricollis, Cjt3q. 9. 
Cymatodera, 8. 



D. 

Dahlii, Trich. 27. 
damicornis, Orth. 44. 
Dasytoides, Svst. 7. 
dauci, Trich. 31). 
decorata, Prioc. 5. 
decorum. En. 34, 
decussatus, Cler. 21. 
defunctorum, Necr. 46. 
Dejeauii, Trich. 30. 
Denops. 2. 
depressus, Cler. 26. 
deutatum. En. 32. 
dentatus, Derm. 32. 
Derestenu^! , 8 
Dermestoides, Cler. 17. 
dilatatum, En. 43. 
dimidiatipennis, Ich. 39. 
dimirtiatus, Not. 32. 

Ptych. 11. 

Ten 12. , 
discoidalis, Gym. 9. 



discolor. Cor. 4.^. 
distinctus, Cler. 20. 
Till. 4. 
Trich. 29. 
distrophus, Epi. 38. 
divisa, Ich. 39. 
domesticus, Not. 18. 
dorsalis. Not. 18. 
Douglasianus, Trich. 31. 
Dregei, Not. 18. 
dubiiis, Cler. 24. 

Than. 14. 
duodecim-maculatum, En. 

37. 
duodecim-punctatuSi Epi. 

37. 
Duponti, Plat. 43. 
Pyl. 43. 



E. 

Eburiphora, 27- 
elaphroides, Stigm. 14. 
Eleale, 10. 
elegans, Trich. 28. 
elegantulus, Trich. 29. 
EUipotoma, 40. ( 
elongata, Chrys. 2. 
elongatus. Plat. 26. 
Till. 2. 
Enoplioides, Ich. 39. 
Enoplium, 32. 
ephippiger. Not. 19. 
Epiclines, 9. 
Epiphlffius, 37. 
episcopalis, Aul. 31. 
Erichsonii. Lar. 47. 
Erymanthus, 17. 
erythrocephalus, Cler. 14. 
erythrodera, Leb. 43. 
erythrogaster, Cler. 24. 
erythropus, Cler. 20. 
Eurvmetopum, 42. 
Evehus, 39. 
eximia, Necr. 47. 



fasciatum, En. 43. 
fasciatus, Cler. 14. 

Cyl. 1. 

Ep. 37. 

Opil. 27. 
fasciculatum. Pel. 33. 

Trog. 17. 
fasciculatus, Cler. 17. 
fasciolatus, Than. 16. 
fastigiatus, Till. 6. 
fatuus, Pyl. 26. 
favarius, Trich. 29. 
femoralis, Cler. 14. 
Opil. 19. 
filiformis, Ev. 39. 
fimbriolatiim, P. 36. 
Fischeri, Cler. 24. 
flaveolatum. En. 43. 
fiavicorais. Not. 18. 



flavo-cinctus, Trich. 30. 
flavo-limbatum, Pel. .33. 
flavo-lineata, hydn. 42. 
flavo-sijnatus, Cler. 20. 
flavo-varia, Hydn. 42. 
flavum, Enop]'. 34. 
formicarius, Than. 14. 
formicaroides, Attel. 14. 
foveolatus. Xyl. 10. 
frontalis. Not. 19. 
fugax. En. 34. 
fulgens, Zen. 26. 
ful vines, Eur. 43. 
funebris, Not. 17. 
fuscicornis, Tnch. 30. 



G. 

Gallerucoides. Pel. 35. 
Gambiensis, Cler. 25. 
Gayi, Epi:. 9. 
gemmatus, Eryin. 17. 
geniculatus. Cor. 45., 
germanus, Not. 19. 
gijjanieus, Not. 8. 
gigas. Not. 18. 
Gilberti, Stigm. 13, 
Gorvi, Plat. 43. 
gracilis, Ciad 11. 
griseo-pilosus, Cler. 2C 
Guerinii, Phi. 32. 
gulo, Trich. 28. 
guttulus, Cler. 25. 



H. 

Hanetii, Not. 3. 
Hartvvegianus, Trich. 31. 
helopioides, Phil. 36. 
hilaris, Till. 3. 
hirtulum, Pel. 36. 
hispanious, Trich. 29. 
hisirio, Cler. 23. ; 
hoiosericeus. Clef. 25. 
honestum, Trog. 17. 
honestus, Cler. 17. 
Hopei, Cym. 8. 
Hopfneri, Cler, 21. 
Hoploclerus, 40. 
humerale, Pel. 34. 
humeralis, Epi. 38. 

Hvdn. 41. 

Trich. 30. 
hyalinus. Till. 2. 
Hydnocera, 40. 



ibidioides, Cym. 8. 
Ichnea, 38. 

ichneumoneus, Cler. 22. 
idoneus, Xyl. 10. 
illustris. Trich. 29. 
imperialis, Cler. 23. 
inanis, L'-m. 40. 
indicus, Om. 13. 



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INDEX. 



indicus, Than. 15. 
inornata, Cym. 9 
inornatus. Till. 9. 
insignis, Trich. 29. 
instabilis, Aul. 31. 
interceptus. Col. 7. 
interruptus, Col. 7- 

OpU. 32. 

Trich. 28. 
lodamus, 4. 



javana, Till. 11. 
javanus. Not. 13. 
Joannisii, Cler. 4. 
jucundus, Cler. 22. 



KaTnelianus, Om. 13. 
Kirbyi. Pel. 35. 



Lacordairei, Cler. 2.5. 
lasta, Cvm. 8. 
Ijetus, Not. 8. 

„ Cler. 23.' 
Iffivigatus, Cler. 20. 
Lafertei, Trich. 29. 
laminatus, Trich. 29. 
Lampyroides, Pel. 33. 
Laplacei, Nat. 16. 
Laportei, Cler. 23. 
Laricobius, 47 
Lasiodera, 35. 
laterale, En. 39. 
laticinctus, Cler. 25. 
latifasciatiis, Trich. 20. 
latus, Than. 16. 
Lebasiella, 43. 
Lebasii, Par. 47- 
Lelieurii, Cler. 32. 
Lemidia, 40. 
lepida, Leb. 43. 
lepidus, Cler. 25. 28. 
Leprieurii, Not. 5. 
Lesueurii, Cler. 21. 32. 
leiicaspis, Xyl. 10. 
leucophffium. En. 34. 
leucopsideus, Trich. 30. 
liberatum, En. 36. 
limbata, Hydn. 41. 
lineatocoUis, Hvdn. 41. 

Ten 12. 
lituratum, Pel. 36. 
livida, Hydn. 40. 
longicolli's, Cvm. 9. 
Den. 2. 
longipennis, Clad. 11. 
longu'us, Cer. 24. 31.* 

Till. 6. 
Louvelii, Call. 4. 
luctuosum. Pel. 33. 
luctuosus, Cler. 20. 



lunatus, Cler. 22. 
luridus, Opet. 47. 
luscus, Cler. 24. 
lycoides, Ich. 38. 
Plat. 43. 
lymexylonoides, En. 39. 



M. 

Macrotelus, 37. 
maculatum, Eur. 42. 
macnlicollis, Cler, 25. 
niadag scariensis, Cler. 26. 
niallhinus, Hydn. 42. 
Marchiae, Crypt. 2, 
marginatum. En. 33. 
marginella, Leb. 44. 
marginellum. En. .39. 
marginelliis, Epi. 38. 
marginicoUis, Prioc. 5. 
marginipenne, Pel. 34. 
marmorata, Cym. 8. 
marmoratus, Than. 15. 

Till. 8. 
medianus. Cler. 17. 
megacephalus, Cyl. 1. 
megasceloides, Cler. 40. 
megatoma, Men. 37. 
melanurum. En. 38. 
metalloideum, En. 33. 
mexicanus, Cler. 21. 
Miersiana, Prioc. 5. 
Miletus, Not. 8. 
ininiaceus, Cler. 22. 
miniatus, Cier. 20 
minutus, Cler. 22. 
mitis. Than. 15. 
modesta, Cym. 8. 
modestus, Cler. 13. 
mcerens, Not. 19. 
mcestus, Cler. 24. 
mollis, Not. 18. 
Monophylla, 37. 
mucoreus. Ep. 37. 
Muisca, 31. 
mumiarum, Necr. 47. 
mutillaecolor, Till. 11. 
rautillariiis. Than. 14. 
myops, Cler. 21 . 
myrinecodes, Cler. 3. 
mysticus, Cler. 21. 



N. 

natalense, Stigni. 13. 
Natalis, 16. 
nebulosus, Cler. 20. 

Omad. 13. 
Necrobia, 46. 
Nero, Aul. 31. 
nigricans, Cler. 20. 
nigricorne, En. 35. 
nigrinus, Cyl. 1. 
nigripenne. En. 39. 44. 
nigripes, Cler. 23. 
nigriventris, Cler. 22. 
nigrocJnctus, Cler. 23. 



nigro-maculatus, Cler. 25. 
nigro-signatum. Pel. 35. 
nitens, Lem. 40. 
nitidus, Cler. 20. 
niveum, Pel. 34. 
nobilis, Cler. 21. 

„ Trich. 29. 
notatus. Till. 3. 
Notostenus, 44. 
Notoxus, 17. 

novem-maculatus, Tillus, 4. 
nubilus, Ep. 37. 

Than. 15. 
Nuttalli, Trich. 28. 30. 



obesa, Zen. 26 
obesus, Cler. 26. 

Opet. 47. 
obliquatus, Trich. 29. 
oblique-fasciatus, Cler. 20. 
obscurus, Cler. 10. 
Not. 18. 
obsoletum, P. 37. 
obsoletus. Than. 15. 
ochropus, Yl. 26. 
octopuuctatus, Trich. 27. 
ocuiatus, Cler. 24. 
Olesterus, 19. 
Olivieri, Trich. 30. 
Omadius, 13. 
omoplatus. Trich. 30. ; 
onustum, En. 33. 
opacum, En 39. 
Opetiopalpus, 47. 
ornatum. Pel. 36. 
ornatus, Cler. 23. 

Ep. 38. 

Trich. 31. 
Orthopleurus, 44. 



Pachyscelis, 28. 
Pallenis. 4. 
pallens, Eur. 43. 
pallicornis, Cor. 45. 
pallidipennis, Cym. 9. 
paliidus. Not. 19. 
pallipes, Cor. 45. 

Cyl. 1. 
pannonicus, Trich. 28. 
pantherinus, Ep. 37. 
pantomelas, Aul. 31. 
Paratanetus, 47. 
Passerinii. Yl. 26. 
patricia, Eb. 27. 
patricius, Op. 27. 
pectinicornis, Clad. 12, 
pectoralis, Cor. 45. 

Hydn. 42. 
Pelonium, 33. 
Perilypus, 4. 
personatus, Den. 2. 
Pezoporus, 40. 



INDEX. 



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phaleratus, Cler. 21. 
Phedinus, Trich. 29. 
Philocalus, 7. 
Philyra, 36. 
Phloiocopus, 32. 
Phonius, 7. 
PhyllobKnus, 37. 
picipennis. Till. 4. 
picta, Hydn. 42. 
pictus, Ten. 12. 

„ Than. 1.5. 
pilosns, Lamp 33. 
pinguis, Necr. 46. 
planatus, Plat. 26. 
plano-notatus, Cler. 20. 
Platyclenis, 26. 
Platynoptera, 43. 
Plocamocera, 38. 
pondicherianuSs Cler. 16. 
porcata, Nat. 16. 
porcatus. Not. 16. 
praeustum, En. 39. 
Pel. 3.5. 
prseustus. Tell. 12. 
prlncipale. En. 35. 
Prinsepii, Clad. 11. 
Priocera, 5. 
prolixa, Cym. 8. 
prolixus, Cler, 13. 

Till. 8. 
Prosymnus, 43. 
Ptychopterus, II. 
pu'bescens, Till. 3. 
En. 39. 
pulchella, Cvm. 8. 
pulchellum,"Pel. 36. 
pulchellus, Cler. 20. 

Till. 6. 
pulcber, Cler. 11. 
Not. 19. 
punctata, Hydn. 42. 
Nat. 26. 
Not. 16. 
punctatissimum, Pel. 36. 
punctato-striatum, Enopl. 

34. 
punctatus, Par. 47. 

Trich. 29. 
purpureiis, Cler. 22. 
pusillus, Cler. 21. 
Cor. 45. 
pustulata, Prioc. 5. 
Pvlus. 26. 
Pyticera, 43. 



quadra, Necr. 46. 
quadraticollis, Orth. 44. 
quadriguttatus, Irich. 31. 
quadrilineatus, Der. 8. 
quadrimaculatus, Phvll. 41. 
Tlian. 15. 
quadrinotatus, Cler. 25. 
quadripunctatum. En. 32. 
quadripuiutatus, Trich. 31. 
quadripustulatus, Trich. 31. 
quadrisignatuin, Pel. 34. 



R. 

ramicomls. Char. 44. 
regaas, Not. 8. 
Reichei, Ap. .37. 
Eb. 27. 
Scrob. 11. 
Ser. 12. 
Xyl. 10. 
roseicolle, En 39. 
rosmariis, Cler. 23. 
rubricollis, Cor. 47. 
Till. 3. 
rubripes, Cler. 20. 
rut'esceiis, Prioc. 5.. 
ruticeps. Than. 14'. 
ruflcoliis, Cler. 23. 
„ Lagria, 2. 
Necr. 46. 
ruficornis, Cor. 45. 
Not. 19. 
riifipennis, Cler. 17. 

Col. 7 
rufipes, Cler. 14. 
„ En. 36. 
„ Hydn. 41. 
Necr. 46.; 
rufitarsis, Not. 6. 
rufiventre, Stigm. 14. 
rufiventris, Cler. 23. 
rululus, Cler. 22. 
rutus, Cler. 22. 
rugDsa, El. 10. 
riisticus, Cler. 13. 
Ryparus, 43. 



sanguineo-signatus, Trich. 

29. . 
sanguineus, Cler. 17. 
sanguinicollis, Orth. 44. 
Till. 11. 
saneuinipennis, Phon. 7. 
sanguinolentus, Cler. 16. 
scabripennis, Cor. 45. 
scalaris, Cler. 40. 
scenicus, Cler. 22. 
sconarium. Pel. 34. 
Scrobiger, 11. 
scrobilatus, Xj-l. 10. 
scutellaris, Opet. 47. 
scute!!," turn, Pel. 34. 
semi-nigrinn, P. 3'-'. 
semistriatus. Cor. 4-5. 
senilis, Trith. 29. 
sericans, Cler. 25. 
sericella, Ploc. 38. 
sericeus, Epi. 38. 
serrata, Hydn. 41. 
serraticorne, En. .32. 
serraticornis, Attel. 3. 
serricollis, Lagria, 47. 
Serriger, 12. 
sexmaculata. Ax. 6. 
sexpunctatus. Till. 5. 
signaticollis, Col. 7. 



signaticollis. Ten. 12. 
signatus, Cler. 24. 
Silbermanni, Cler. 25. 
simplex, Cler. 13. 
sipylus, Cler. 30. 
smyrnensis, Trich. 30. 
sobrinus, Cler. 20. 
spectabilis, Cor. 44. 
spectrum, Not. 13. 
speculare, Stigm. 13. 
speculum, Epi. 38. 
sphegeus, Cler. 24. 
Spiiiolae, Cler. 36. 
spinosa, Prioc. 5. 
spinosus, Cler. 5. 
splendidus, Cler. 11. 
steniformis, Hydn. 42. 
Stenoclerus, 6. 
Stenocylidrus. 6. 
Stigmatium, 13. 
stranguhitus, Clad. 11. 
suhainea, Hydn. 42. 
suberosu<, Opil. 32. 
subt'asciatus, Not. 18, 19. 

Trich. 31. 
subsimilis. Than. 15. 
subtrifasciatus, 1 rich. 28 
succinctus, Cvl. 1. 

Till. 3. 7. 
sumatrensis, Opil. 13, 
suturale. Pel. 33. 
suturalis, Hvdn. 41. 

Ich. 39. 
syriacus. Not. 19. 

Trich. 30. 
Systenoderes, 7. 

T. 

taeniatus. Not. 18. 
Tarsostenus, 27. 
tasmnnica, Hydn. 42. 
ten el la, Hydn. 41. 
Tenerus, 12. 
tenuicollis. Till. 2. 
tenuiformis, Ell. 40. 
terebrans. Not. 8. 
terminalis, Cal. 7. 
terminata. Mon. .37, 
terminatum, P. 36. 
terniinatus, Ten. 12. 
Till. 37, 
testaceum. Pel. 35. 
Thaiiasimus, 14. 
Thaneroclerus, 16. 
Theano, 42. 
Thomasii, Kn. 38. 
thoracicum. En. 44. 
thoracicus, Cler. 19. 25 

Cor. 46. 
Thunbprgi, Cor. 45. 
tibialis, Cier. 24. 31. 

Necr. 46. 
Tillicera, 11. 
Tilloclerus, 6. 
Tilloidea, 3. 
Tiilijs, 2. 
tomentosus, Epi. 33. 



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tomentosus, Ryp. 43. 
transversalis, Phyll. 37. 41. 

Till. 3. 18. 
Trichode.<!, 27. 
tricolor, Call. 4. 
Cler. 23. 
Phi. 32. 
„ Till. 3. 
trifasciatus, Cler. 22, 23. 36. 
Om. 13. 
Trich. 28. 
trinotata. Price. 5. 
triplagiatus, Cler. 22. 
tristis. Not. 17. 
Trogodendron, 17. 
Trogositoides, Cler. 24. 
tropicus, Not. 18. 



U. 

nmbellatarum, Trich. 27. 
undata, Cym. 8. 
undatulus. Than. 15. 
unicinctus, Cler. 3. 
unieolor. Not. 19. 
unifasciatus, Cler. 3. 

Not. 18. 

Till. 2. 27. 

Trich. 28. 
univittatus, Tars. 27. 



variabile, Pel. 35. 
variabilis. Ten. 12. 

Trich 29. 
variegata, Prioc. 5. 
variegatum, En. 35. 
variegatus, Cler. 20, 21. 

Epi. 38. 
varius, Cler. 23. 
Vauthieri, Not. 9. 
venator, Cler. 21. 
venustus, Till. 6. 
Ver^eauxii, Than. 15. 
versicolor, Cler. 21. 
Than. 15. 
vestita. Ch. 44. 
vetu.stum. Pel. 34. 
vicinus. Trich. 29. 
viduus. Call. 4. 

„ Cler. 17. 24. 
viUosa. Axina, -5. 
violacea, Necr. 46. 
violaceus. Cor. 45. 
virescens, Than. 16. 

Xyl. 10. 
viridi-fasciatus, Trich. 3 
viridipenne. En. 35. 
viridipennis, Syst. 7. 
viridis, Not. 44. 

„ Xyl. 10. 
vittatum. Pel. 36. 



vitticpps. Plat. 43. 
vulneratus. Cler. 24 
vysnaga;, Trich. 30. 



Weberi, Enopl. 44. 
Westwoodii, Cym. 9. 



Xanthoceros, 11. 17. 
Xilotretus. 10. 
Xylobius, 6 
Xyiotreius, 10. 



Yliotis, 26. 



zebra, C'er 25 

„ Trich. 28. 
Zenithico!a vt;. 
zonatiis, C er. 22. 

Opii 3. 

Till. 7. 



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