NEW SPECIES OF NORTH AMERICAN MYRMELIONIDÆ

Rolla P. Currie
1898 Canadian Entomologist  
Brachynemurus brunneus, new species.Male.—Length, 40 mm.; expanse of wings, 55.4 mm.; greatest width of anterior wing, 6.4 mm.; length of antenna, 7 mm. Slender, prevailing colour fuscous, markings luteous; sparsely clothed with black and white hairs, more thickly so on abdomen.Face scarcely convex; lower part luteous; covered above by a broad piceous band which encircles the antennæ furrow between face and inner orbit of the eye fuscous. Circumocular area luteous, except along vertex, where it
more » ... ng vertex, where it is mostly dark fuscous, and near the maxillary palpiger, where there is a fuscous spot. Clypeus luteous, rather short. Labrum transverse, luteous; rounded laterally and narrowed anteriorly emarginate in front. Mandibles piceous, black at tips.
doi:10.4039/ent30273-11 fatcat:bzdyxs33jvdchlsyctxacoiszm