XXII.—Systematic notes on Coleoptera of the Clavicorn families

Gilbert J. Arrow
1909 Annals and Magazine of Natural History  
IYecrodes oseulans, Vigors, has a very extended distribution. The British ]~Iuseum contains specimens from South India, Sarawak, Woodlark I., and Queensland. Necrodes brevico~lia, sp. n. Niger vel pieeus, antennis concoloribus, clara vix dilatata; prothorace valde transversa, laterihus arcuat~, basi fere recto, omnino subtiliter punctato, lateribus opacis; elytris crebre punctatis, acute costatis, postice attenuatis : d, elytrorum angulis apiealibus arcuatis, femore postlco incrassato, subtus
more » ... ncrassato, subtus acute dentate, tibia postica fortiter arcuata, intus post; medium dentata. Long. 15-17 ram. ; lat. max. 6-6-5 ram.
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