XXXI.—Report on a collection of fishes from China

Albert Günther
1873 Annals and Magazine of Natural History  
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more » ... ed by [ECU Libraries] at 11:01 23 April 2015 Dr. A. G~inther on Fis/~esfi'om China. 239 Pantoreites cretatus. P. ferrugineus, supra interrupte, subtus dense albo-squamosus; rostro breviuseulo; serobibus magis arcuatis, supra fere transversts ; antennis paulo validis; funiculo articulo basalt parum incrassato, quam seeundo paulo longiore, tertio manifeste hreviore; prothorace subeonico, utrinque leviter rotundato, bast dilatato et bisinuato, confertissime punetato, punetis singulis squamulam albam gerentibus, vittis quinque e squamis ovatis formatis, notato, punctis c~eteris squamulis minutis piliformibus instruetis ; seutello ovato ; elytris humeris prominulis, lateribus gradatim angustioribus, apice rotundatis, substriato-punctatis, punetis subremotis, interstitiis angustuhs, vix eonvexis, lateribus suturaque irregulariter dense squamosis, reliquis denudatis ; mesosterno produeto ; pedibus vahdis ; tibiis intus fortiter dentatis. Long. 3~ lin. Hab. Champion Bay. The mesostemum is also produced in P. seenicus~ from which this species may be known, inter alia, by its prominent shoulders and more lightly sculptured clytra.
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