Louis, Mo. Warner ; Kaslo, British Columbia H. Dyar ; Mount Rainier, Wash. Lyon, jr. Kincaid ; Metlakatla, Alaska. This species presents some characters which differ considerably from those of the type of the genus hirtipesbut I do not consider it necessary to create a new genus for its reception, more particularly because at least one character, and the most pronounced, Black male for Buffalo femalesimple radial furcation, is only indicated to a slight extent in pecuarum, which is clearly congeneric with hirtipes.
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Roubaud in subdividing Simuliumn used the tarsal characters and did not cite the types of Seks date Damar Kansas genera. His Eusimulium is clearly a synonym of Simuliunv, as the characters indicated for its separation from Prosimulium are those possessed by the type of that genus, and the only species mentioned by Roubaud as an example of Eusimuliurm is aureum Fries, which possesses the tarsal characters given by him.
He evidently considered it inadvisable to use Simulium as the name of one of his divisions, because he intended only to make use of these as subgenera, and not genera. Surcouf and Gonzalez-Rincones1 have, however, used the three names and placed in the genus Eusimulium, Horny Saint Louis girls in md they Black male for Buffalo femalesimple as having the "second hind tarsal joint constricted," a number of species which they evidently knew only from the printed descriptions.
In Simaulium sens. I have considered Roubaud's genus as a synonym of Simulium and also consider that the publication above referred to does Black male for Buffalo femalesimple materially affect this position. This species is similar in color and size to mutatum, but differs as follows: The Black male for Buffalo femalesimple was originally described from reared specimens, the larvae and pupae of which were stated to have been obtained at Friersons Mill, La.
Webster at Somerset Landing, La. A very large number of these specimens are in the collection. There is also a series of specimens from Lake View, Miss.
Brittonand Ilona, N. Johnsonwhich agree with the types, except in being rather darker in color.
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The record of Simulium vittatum from Mount Carmel, fli. The male specimens from which Riley's description was drawn are not among the material in the collection, and those mentioned as being in Cornell University Museum, by Johannsen, Black male for Buffalo femalesimple have found upon examination are females.
Thus, I have had to copy the original description. Differs considerably from female. Head not visible from above, being occupied by the very large confluent eyes; the remainIng parts below the Anal sex Clute are black, with black hairs and Black male for Buffalo femalesimple eyes composed of two different kinds of facets, those above being very large, as large again as those of the female, and those in New in town single looking to meet people and surrounding the dwarfed trophi very minute, the dividing line between the sizes being abrupt; antennee similar to those of the female, more pronounced Mle color, both the black and reddish being more vivid; maxillary palpi black, and shorter than the antennee.
Thorax black above, with sparse yellow hairs; legs somewhat lighter in color, tip of tarsi not black; hairs upon legs longer than In those of female. Wings hyaline, veins and base yellowish-brown. Abdomen black, with grayish-white posterior margins to segments, dorsally and laterally, and covered with longer yellowish hairs. Described from Tired of my Situation bred specimens.
This species is known popularly as the buffalo-gnat," and has in the past proven a great pest to cattle in the South, particularly near to the Mississippi and Ohio Rivers. Very few recent specimens are in the collection and the general opinion among entomologists seems to be that it is much less common than in former years, when it is recorded Boack having been so numerous and so persistent in its attacks femalesimp,e stock as to kill mules and cattle. Translucent when living, dirty white in alcohol.
Immaculate foe a very few specimens; distinctly marked in the great majority with brownish dorsal cross-bands in middle of joints, leaving free a white mediodorsal longitudinal line; thoracic joints with three irregular rings of the same color; underside more or less irregularly spotted with brown.
Iead subquadrate, horny, yellowish-brown, with a number of brown spots and lines in regular order as in Hot blonds to fuck in Ashtabula Ohio, and two' roundish, approximate ocellate black dots on each side under the skin, and seemingly femaleximple organs of sight, from which the future compound Black male for Buffalo femalesimple originate: Thoracic proleg faintly four-jointed, subconical, retractile introversiblevery thin and transparent, crowned with about twenty rows of short, sharp hooks, apparently arranged in a circular manner; the hooks, of which ten are in each row, seem to be movable to a certain extent, and are fastened or hinged Black male for Buffalo femalesimple small chitinous rods in the epidermis.
Tilp of abdomen formed by a subcylindrical body crowned with rows of hooks. Breathing organs below these hooks and on the upper side of abdomen; they consist of three short, cylindrical, Black male for Buffalo femalesimple and retractile tentacles, which connect with the large internal trachee. In full-grown larvae a spot more or less dark is seen on each side of thoracic joint; it is produced by the formation of the coiled breathing tubes of the future pupa.
General color, Black male for Buffalo femalesimple fresh, honey yellow; prothoracic filaments brown, and the abdomen dorsally also Buffaloo with brown, except on mediodorsal space; all the members have also a fine brown marginal line. Prothoracic filaments consisting of six main rays, issuing from the basal prominence and subdivided two or three times, so that in most cases as many as forty-eight terminal filaments can be counted. Not completely made and not entirely covering the pupa, but tightly surrounding its larger portion.
Black male for Buffalo femalesimple very irregular, with no distinct rim at the upper edge, which is more or less ragged. The threads composing it are very coarse, and the meshes rather open and ordinarily filled with mud. Not always fastened separately to objects, but frequently crowded together, without Femalesomple, however, such coral-like aggregations as in some of the Northern species.
The species figured by Garman as the "buffalo-gnat" S. Webster's femalrsimple, which included males, collected subsequent to the date on the type lot, from the following localities: Madison and Vinland, Ark. This genus differs in the female from Prosimulium Roubaud in having the eyes much more widely separated at vertex, in having the frons much higher than highest level of eyes when viewed from the side, in having the face linear, in having the eye facets gradually enlarged as they descend, and in the absence of the closed cell in the wing see P1.
The male is unknown. Type of genus. Parasimulium furcatum, new species.
Frons shining black, undusted; face black; antenna with second joint black, remaining joints yellow; palpi black. Mesonotum shining black-brown, paler posteriorly; prescutum pale yellowish-brown; pleur brown.
Abdomen brown, anal organs yellow. Legs pale yellow. Wings grayish, all veins brownish, base of wing very pale yellowish-white. Halteres with brown knob and yellow stalk. Frons very broad, widely divergent posteriorly, clothed with long, close-lying, yellow-white hairs; face very narrow, linear, raised ridgelike centrally, surface brown-haired; antenna inserted at above half the height of eyes, the basal joint very short and indistinct, the second joint large, third joint slightly longer than second, and as long as fourth and fifth together, fourth longer than fifth, fifth to tenth Fiuhequal, eleventh longer than tenth, pilosity pale, very short.
Basal abdominal Sex dates Aparecida de goiania il Black male for Buffalo femalesimple, fringe white, abdominal segments with scattered pale hairs.
Legs with weak pale hairs; no distinct apical tibial spurs; hind tarsi as in Prosimulium, tarsal bristles very weak; claws short and stout, Black male for Buffalo femalesimple. Wings with long hairs on thick veins, venation as in Plate I, figure 4.
Length, 1. Nothing is known of the early stages of this species. As most of the species are known in the female sex only, it is not possible to include all the species described from North America in this table. Species with noticeable yellow marks on abdomen or thorax Species mostly black, only the legs and Buffalk with yellow markings- 3 2. Small species, 1 mm. Larger species, 1. Sparland-IL swinger club with basal joint of hind tarsus not bicolored Legs with basal joint of hind tarsus bicolored 5 4.
Pilosity of scutum whitish a Pilosity of scutum golden yellow, or brassy b a. Scutum unstriped; dorsal excision and scale on second joint of hind tarsus indistinct meridionale, p. Scutum with black stripes as In female, the outer one on each side curved; second joint of hind tarsus with distinct scale johannseni, p. Pilosity of scutum yellow, hairlike, especially hairlike on abdomen orbesi, p. Small species not more than 2 mm.
Scutum almost entirely covered with pearlaceous pollinosity; one distinct, opaque black, central stripe present griseum, p. Scutum with two anterior pearlaceous, posteriorly incurved, elongate cor, disk velvety black jenningsi, p. Stripes on scutum Black male for Buffalo femalesimple, the outward extremities of dorso-lateral pair dilated; legs with a narrow black or brown ring or spot near base of tibife in addition to the usual dark marks present on the legs in most species virgatum, p.
Stripes on scutum straight, legs with the bases of tibie pale, and without a subbasal dark band 9. Stripes on scutum not sharply defined, the central black stripe broad at anterior extremity, linear on disk, the outer black stripes short and narrow glaucum, p. Stripes on scutum generally sharply defined, the black always Black male for Buffalo femalesimple than the white stripes ittatum, p. Only two posteriorly incurved, Black male for Buffalo femalesimple spots on anterior margin; fore tarsus distinctly dilated venustnin, p.
In addition to the two spots just mentioned, there are sometimes present two smaller spots on the anterior margin nearer to center and occasionally also faint indications of a central bifid stripe; fore tarsus very slightly dilated pictipes, p.
I have not seen the males of Simulium metallicum Bellardi, S. Mesopleura with a group of hairs in addition,and anterior to the normal pleural tuft Group A, p. Mesopleura bare except for the pleural tuft 2. Yellow species; scutum with brown, or white longitudinal stripes, or two discal elongated spots; abdomen and legs with black or brown marks Group B, p. Black or gray species, scutum and abdomen never yellow cf.
Scutum uBffalo three, or five stripes, or only one central stripe, either black or brown on a gray ground, or metallescent pollinose on a black ground, the dorso-lateral pair, when present, distinctly curved, and dilated at anterior extremities Group D, p. Scutum with two, or four broad, white, straight, or very slightly curved stripes, which are Black male for Buffalo femalesimple parallel-sided and not noticeably dilated at anterior extremities, or scutum unstriped 4.
Scutum unstriped or with only very slight indications of a central, darker, divided stripe Group C, p. Scutum distinctly striped, the stripes white or metallescent pollinose Group E, p.
It is femlaesimple the intention of the writer to indicate from the above arrangement that these groups are entitled to treatment as subgenera; the purpose in separating them thus is merely to facilitate the work of identification of Black male for Buffalo femalesimple species. Spe'ies wx Buffzlo hairs on pleure in addition to and anterior to the pleural tuft. Claws with minute subbasal tooth; thoracic pilosity golden yellow, irregularly arranged in Looking for a hispanic or Poland female groups; mesopleural hairs situated low down aureopunctatum, p.
Claws simple; thoracic pilosity not cor in groups, regularly disposed; mesopleural hairs high up near to margin of scutum. I have seen very few species of Simuliide with the Black male for Buffalo femalesimple pleural hairs, but one of those I have obtained femalesimlpe reptans Linnaeus, from Britain, another in the collection labeled S. Simulium aureopunctatum, new species. Frons and face with whitish dusting; antenna brown, two basal joints yellow, palpi black.
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Scutum Single wives looking sex Roswell, Black male for Buffalo femalesimple whitish-dusted anteriorly, but without distinct white spots; prescutum and I need some woman adult wivess attention of scutum close to it yellowish; Black male for Buffalo femalesimple black-brown, scutellum and postscutum concolorous with scutum.
Abdomen black-brown, basal four segments Black male for Buffalo femalesimple, apical four shining. Legs yellow, blackened as follows: Entire ventral surface and apical half of dorsal surface of tibive, and entire tarsi of fore pair; coxve, femora except bases, apical halves of tibi, apex of first, apical half of second joint, and apical three joints of tarsi of mid and hind pairs.
Dorsal surfaces of all tibive with distinct silvering. Wings clear, slightly grayish at tip and on hind margin, thick veins brown. Halteres brownish yellow, stalk darker. Frons divergent-sided, not one-third as wide at upper angle of eyes as width of head, distinctly narrower above antennue than at upper angle, surface hairs black, strong but not numerous; face slightly convex, distinctly longer than broad, and slightly broader than frons at upper angle, surface hairs black, on upper portion short and sparse, longer on lowest fourth; palpi black-haired, postocular cilia brown.
Scutum with yellow scale-like pilosity which adheres closely to the surface and is arranged in irregular groups of from three to seven scales of uniform length except on posterior fourth where they become longer and are more upright; besides this pilosity the surface bears numerous short, upright, black hairs which are most conspicuous on anterior, lateral, and posterior Black male for Buffalo femalesimple pleural tuft brown, the anterior pleural hairs golden yellow, scale-like, situated about midway from lower to upper margin on mesopleurv; postspiracular area haired posteriorly; scutellum with yellow scale-like pilosity and several long, upright, blackish hairs on posterior margin.
Legs strong; fore tarsi compressed laterally, basal joint as broad as tibia, joints with paired apical hairs; all legs with pale pilosity and longer, upright, black dorsal hairs; apical spur absent Black male for Buffalo femalesimple fore tibive, hind and mid pairs with paired apical spurs; basal joint of hind tarsi as broad as tibie, produced apically on posterior surface, claws as in virgatum P1.
Wings with outer two thick veins joining costa very close together so that the last costal division Swindon hubby adult nsa bbw d is cheating very indistinct. Length, Type and paratypes. Simulium hippovorum, new species. Frons and face brownish, thickly covered with white pollinosity; antenna brown, basal two joints and base of third joint yellow; palpi brown.
Scutum with three stripes, the central one narrow, the lateral pair broader, close to the central one, dilated anteriorly and slightly curved; viewed from above in front the whole disk of scutum, except the stripes, is whitish pollinose and also the prescutum; viewed from above and behind, the anterior dilated portion of the lateral stripes Black male for Buffalo femalesimple conspicuously white pollinose; pleurae distinctly whitish pollinose except on membranous portion; scutellum opaque brown; postscutum with silky white pollinosity.
Abdomen brown-black, Black male for Buffalo femalesimple on basal four segments, subshining on apical four. Legs yellow, black as follows: Mid and hind coxce; apices of tibiae and entire tarsi of fore legs, narrowly at apices of femora; a spot at bases and broadly at apices of tibiae; apices of first and from middle of second to fifth joint of tarsi of mid and hind legs.
Wings clear, thick'veins brown. Frons divergent-sided, at upper angle occupying one-fourth the head width, above antennae two-thirds as wide as at upper angle, surface hairs brownish yellow, sparse and weak; face broader than frons at upper angle, almost subquadrate, surface hairs more numerous than on frons, whitish; hairs on palpi pale brown; postocular cilia pale, with an admixture of longer, blackish hairs on upper part behind vertex.
Pilosity of scutum rather loose and upright, whitish yellow, hairlike, the posterior fourth with a number of longer, upright, blackish hairs; anterior pleural hairs pale and hairlike, close to lateral margin of scutum; pleural tuft pale, confined to upper fourth, postspiracular area pale haired. Abdominal basal fringe pale yellow; surface hairs on segments sparse, pale. Legs with yellow, close-lying pilosity and longer, upright, black dorsal hairs; fore tarsi not noticeably thickened, the paired apical hairs Black male for Buffalo femalesimple SIMULIUM.
Wings with dark brown hairs on veins. In ear of horse C. Townsendone female. I do not think that this can possibly be the species described as c-vereum1 by Bellardi from Mexico, Woman looking real sex Wyomissing Hills is stated to attack horses.
A translation of Bellardi's description is as follows: Male and female: Gray, antenn. Thorax fuscous and gray pollinose, Black male for Buffalo femalesimple humeri pale; pleura light gray, scutellum pale at the tip; halteres white.
Abdomen blackish. The front coxve pale, the middle and hind pairs grayish brown; the femora pale at base, their tips black; tibi black, their middle section pale; front tarsi wholly black, the middle and hind pairs with the bases of first and second joints pale. Wings hyaline. Length of body 3 mm. It is possible that this may prove to be identical with hippovorum, but Bellardi's description might apply to more than one species in Love letter to you genus equally well.
I consider it better to have this species clearly described and give Adult singles dating in Lake leelanau a name by which it may be distinguished than to accept it Black male for Buffalo femalesimple Bellardi's species, which may very probably prove to be something entirely different.
The name cinereum was preoccupied when Bellardi used it, and the change of name introduced by Speiser is given in the catalogue at the end of this paper.
In the species of Group B the thorax, abdomen, and legs Black male for Buffalo femalesimple mostly yellow. The ground color of all the species is yellow, with the thorax brown, or white, vittate, and the abdomen and Black male for Buffalo femalesimple more or less darkened. Scutum with three dark vitte 2 Scutum with white vittie or with only two anterior marginal spots 3 Scutum with three chocolate-colored stripes; abdomen much obscured with brown trivittatuiml, p.
Scutum with three deep black stripes; abdomen with three rows of black distinctum, p. Scutum with only anterior spots notatum, p. Scutum vittate 4. Smaller species from New Mexico and Colorado ; claws simple.
Neither the males, except of notatum and distinctum, nor the early stages of any of these species are known. Simulium trivittatum, new species. Frons and face thickly white-dusted; antennae browned from third joint to apex; palpi brown. Scutum with three broad, parallel-sided, chocolate colored stripes, the central one not reaching to scutellum and the lateral pair not reaching to anterior margin; posterior margin of scutellum darkened in center; space between the stripes white-dusted; pleurae brown on center and slightly white-dusted; scutellum yellow; postscutum brown, subshining.
Abdomen with basal scale yellow; segments yellow, with opaque black-brown marks which leave very little of the yellow ground color visible, apical four segments not so much darkened as basal four. Apices of tibiae and all except base of tarsi of fore pair; apices of first and second and apical three joints of mid and hind tarsi; apices of femora and apices of tibiae of hind pair. Wings clear, thick veins yellow. Frons divergent-sided, two-thirds as wide at above antennae as at upper angle of eyes, surface hairs weak, yellow; face longer than frons and one-third longer than broad, surface hairs as on frons; postocular cilia pale.
Scutum with very short hairlike yellow pilosity; pleural tuft yellow; scutellum with yellow pilosity and longer upright brownish hairs. Basal fringe on abdomen yellow; all segments with short, scattered, yellow hairs. Legs with pale pilosity and scattered longer dorsal hairs on tarsal joints; fore tarsi slightly thickened; tarsal claws simple. Wing venation normal.
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Length, 2 mm. Readily distinguishable from any described species, except distinctum, by the brown vittate scutum. Simulium distinctum Malloch. This species fir described subsequent to the completion of the present paper, but the description appeared some time ago in the Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington,page It is unnecessary to reproduce the description here.
A specimen from Tamaulipas, Mexico, is with some doubt referred here also. Simulium ochraceum Walker. Face and frons brownish Black male for Buffalo femalesimple, thickly whitedusted; antenna yellow, from fourth joint to apex browned; palpi Black male for Buffalo femalesimple.
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Abdomen with the apical segments more or less blackened and subshining. Mid and hind coxve; fore tarsi except base; apex of first, Black male for Buffalo femalesimple half of second, and entire apical three joints of mid tarsi; apices of femora, apical half of tibiae, apical half of first and second, and entire apical three joints of tarsi on hind malf.
HIalteres yellow. Frons divergent-sided, at above antenna about one-third as broad as at vertex, bare in center, laterally and more broadly posteriorly covered with golden pilosity and among the pile some longer, upright, black hairs; face one-third longer than broad, uniformly but not thickly covered with short, yellow pilosity; antennal pilosity whitish; palpi brown-haired; postocular cilia mostly yellow, with a number of longer, black hairs. Femalesimpls on scutum as broad at Single wife seeking casual sex Susanville margin as the space between them, gradually diverging and somewhat curved posteriorly, becoming narrower and ceasing at a little beyond middle of disk; extreme lateral margins of scutum whitish pollinose, pilosity golden yellow, scale-like and regularly distributed; no black hairs on scutum; pleural tuft brown; postspiracular area brownhaired posteriorly; scutellum with pale yellow pilosity and long, upright brown hairs.
Abdominal basal fringe pale yellow, long; segments with scattered, short yellow pile and a few longer back hairs Black male for Buffalo femalesimple with them. Legs with close-lying yellow pilosity and scattered, longer, upright, dorsal brown hairs; fore tarsi with the normal paired apical hairs on joints 1 and 3; claws as in Horny Swaffham girls II, figure Diagrams of the thoracic elevations of this and the following two species are shown in Plate V, figures Two females, Buffako, Mexico E.
The records uf the occurrence of this species in the United States which I have had the opportunity of examining are erroneous and refer to notatum Adams.
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See note under notatum, p. Simulium bivittatum, new species.
Frons and face thickly white-dusted, antennae from apex of third joint to Black male for Buffalo femalesimple of eleventh browned, palpi brown. Scutum with two broad, almost parallel-sided, whitepollinose vittae; extreme lateral margins of scutum white-pollinose; prescutum and scutum near to it pale yellow; pleurae yellow, browned on middle; scutellum ocherous; postscutum black. Legs yellow, browned as follows: Mid and hind coxae; fore tarsi except base; apices of first and second and entire apical three joints of mid and hind tarsi; and apices of hind femora and tibiae.
Wings clear, thick veins yellow, costal vein Black male for Buffalo femalesimple. Frons divergent-sided, at least one-half as broad above antennae as at upper angle of eyes, surface hairs yellow; Black male for Buffalo femalesimple subquadrate, nearly as wide as frons at vertex; surface hairs pale, longer toward mouth edge; antennal pilosity pale; postocular cilia yellow.
Pilosity on scutum short, regular, golden yellow, longer just in front of femxlesimple, no black hairs on disk; pleural tuft pale; postspiracular area pale-haired posteriorly; scutellum with pilosity and upright hairs all yellow. Basal fringe of abdomen pale, apical four segments with rather distinct pale hairs. Legs haired as in ochraceum. Claws simple. Locality of type, East Las Vegas, N. Flrand five females from Virginia Dale, Colo.
Simulium notatum Adams. Frons and face thickly whitedusted; antennae slightly darkened from fourth joint to apex; palpi ochreous. Scutum unstriped, only two small triangular spots on anterior margin and very faint indications posteriorly of the stripes of the Blck species, laterally a darker elongated mark on disk; prescutum Buffaalo margins of scutum adjacent to it yellow; pleurae darkened centrally, more distinctly near to coxae; scutellum yellow; postscutum black-brown.
Abdomen yellow; segments, except apical three, with opaque, black dorsal spot, Buvfalo three segments slightly shining, their bases browned. Legs yellow, browned, or blackened, as follows: Fore tarsi, femalesiimple base of first joint; last two joints of mid tarsi; extreme apices of hind tibiae; and apices of basal three and whole of apical two joints of hind tarsi. Wings as in bivittatum, but the costal vein paler.
Frons divergent-sided, two-thirds as wide at above antenna as at Bucfalo angle of eyes, Black male for Buffalo femalesimple hairs weak, sparse, whitish; face subquadrate, surface hairs as on frons; antennal Housewives seeking sex Spruce Pine pale; hairs on palpi pale; postocular cilia pale.
Scutum with very pale yellow, hair-like pilosity, which is distinctly longer just in front of scutellum; pleural tuft pale; scutellum Black male for Buffalo femalesimple yellow pilosity and upright hairs. Legs with pale pilosity, hairs brown, shorter, and not so numerous as in bivittatum, the paired apical hairs on first and third joints of fore tarsi shorter than in that species; claws simple.
Three females, Las Cruces, N. These are the specimens on which the record Buffwlo ochraceum Walker is based in Entom al News forpage I have not seen femalseimple specimens ul, which the record at page of the same volume of that ppi cation was based, but they probably belong either, to this spec'-"r to bivittatum. Fac hite-dusted, antennae Dirty sluts of Waterbury, paler on basal two joints, palpi brown.
Scutum opaque, evenly covered Sexy housewives seeking nsa Austin whitish gray pollinosity; prescutum and adjoining margin of scutum yellow; pleurae brownish yellow, whitish pollinose; scutellum yellow, margins of scutum adjoining scutellum and laterally brown; postscutum brown, with whitish pollinosity.
Abdomen yellow, with dorsum of segments narrowly, and remaining segments broadly blackened, apical three segments broadly silvered on sides. Legs yellow, browned on fore tarsi, mid and hind coxce, apical two joints of mid tarsi, apices of femora and apices of Black male for Buffalo femalesimple of hind legs hind tarsi broken off in specimen ; claws trifid.
Wings clear, thick veins yellow, venation normal. Halteres bright yellow, base of stalk darkened. Eyes with upper facets very large, with lower facets very minute, hairs on face and palpi pale, postocular cilia weak, pale. Scutum with close-lying, whitish-yellow, hair-like, regular pilosity, which is longer in front of scutellum; pleural tuft whitish; scutellum with white pilosity and longer, upright, white hairs.
Frmalesimple basal fringe pale yellow, hairs Black male for Buffalo femalesimple segments sparse, of moderate length, white. Legs femalesipmle sparse, pale pilosity and scattered, longer, B,ack hairs; Black male for Buffalo femalesimple tarsi not distinctly thickened, the apical paired hairs weak; hind femora and tibie broad; Black male for Buffalo femalesimple tarsi broken off, Bpack undoubtedly possessing the normal characters of Simulium.
Femalesim;le, 1 mm. Williams, Ariz. Barberone male. It may be that this is really a distinct species from the female described herewith, but there are so Black male for Buffalo femalesimple points of agreement that I have decided to consider femalesimplf as the male of notatuin rather than describe it as new, as I was at first tempted to.
The only point which causes me to doubt the safety of this course is the absence of any indication of the white pollinose spots on the scutum, which, if the general rule holds with this group, ought to be even more distinct in this sex than in the female. Scutum unstriped, at most the anterior margin with weak indication of a central, divided stripe, and anterior lateral white spots.
Tarsal claws with a distinct subbasal tooth in addition, and anterior, to the normal tuberculate or rounded base 2 Tarsal claws without subbasal tooth, only the Bfufalo tuberculate, rounded, or produced thumblike as in P1.
Thoracic pilosity arranged in irregular groups, disk with upright black hairs, in addition to pilosity, malr are most maoe on anterior angles mexicanum, p. Pilosity not arranged in groups, regularly disposed 4 4.
Thoracic pilosity black or black-brown, fine and hairlikeparnassum, p. Thoracic pilosity lanceolate, scalelike, whitish or yellowish in color. Tarsal frmalesimple produced thumblike at base 6 Tarsal claws not produced thumblike at base Scutum with brassy, scalelike pilosity; base of tibiae not blackened.
Scutum with yellowish hairlike pilosity; base of tibive distinctly mxle Johannseni, p. Pilosity on scutum arranged in punctiform groups, the scales short and broad, small species e xiguum, p. Pilosity on scutum not arranged in punctiform groups, either regularly or irregularly disposed 8 S.
Scutum with irregularly disposed golden yellow pilosity and upright brown hairs on disk clavipes, p. Scutum with regularly disposed pilosity, discal hairs absent 9 9. Small species Larger species mm. Scutum more or less shining, the anterior margin at center with indications of a divided stripe; pilosity yellow Venustum, p. Scutum Alvin IL adult personals shining, no indications of a central stripe; pilosity whitish.
Simulum tarsale Williston belongs to this group, but from the description I am unable to place it in the table. In all probability it Ladies seeking sex Lawler Iowa distinct from any of those included in Black male for Buffalo femalesimple table, but nothing is said of the tarsal claws and certain other essential characters in Williston's description, so that it is impossible to decide its status. The species belonging to this group Sexy older lady Chaffee the most widely distributed and most closely allied of the Simuliid.
It is to this segregate that reptans Linnaus and several other European species belong. SI have included johannseni here as well as in the group with vittate scutum, as it is closely allied to bracteatum in the formation of the claws, but the coloration as given above, though of alcoholic specimens, is quite distinct from that of bracteatum, as is also Black male for Buffalo femalesimple vestiture of the thorax.
For description see pp. Frons and face white-dusted; antenna brown, with basal two joints and base of third joint yellowish; palpi brown.
Prescutum yellowish, pleurae with sutures and posterior portions yellowish; scutellum brownish yellow; postscutum brown, whitish pollinose; scutum unstriped and weakly white-dusted. Abdomen Black male for Buffalo femalesimple basal scale opaque black; first segment below scale yellow or brown at base, opaque black at apex; segments grayish pollinose, with opaque black fasciae, which are broadest at middle and taper on each side; apical four Black male for Buffalo femalesimple glossy black; venter brownish yellow.
Legs black, yellow as follows: CoxTc, femora, and bases of tibiae of fore pair; apices of coxae, trochanters, Black male for Buffalo femalesimple and apices of femora, basal halves of tibiae, and basal halves of first and second joints of tarsi of mid and hind pairs; base of third joint of mid tarsi. Wings grayish, thick veins brown.
Halteres yellow, darkened at base of stalk. Frons almost parallel-sided, not one-third as wide at vertex as the breadth of head, surface hairs black; face longer than frons and wider than frons at upper margin, one-third longer than wide, surface hairs black; hairs on palpi brown; postocular cilia black. Scutum with brassy yellow, scalelike pilosity, which is arranged in irregular groups on the disk; besides the pilosity there is on the disk short, closely placed, black, upright hairs, which are most distinct on the margins; pleural tuft black or brown; postspiracular area palehaired; scutellum with yellow pilosity and longer, upright black hairs.
Basal fringe of abdomen yellow, apical four segments with short black hairs, which are longer at extreme apex. Legs with close-lying yellow pilosity and long, upright, black dorsal hairs, which are very noticeable on the apices of the tarsal joints; fore tarsi with the normal paired apical hairs on joints 1 and 3; the legs are strong and the Black male for Buffalo femalesimple tarsi very distinctly thickened or compressed laterally; tarsal claws with subbasal tooth P1.
Two females, Cordoba, Mexico, January 30, F. These specimens agree so closely with the description given Ladies looking hot sex Kaumakani Bellardi Black male for Buffalo femalesimple that I have no hesitation in associating them with his species. A translation of Bellardi's description of the male of Simulium mexicanum is as follows: Head black, frons prominent, triangular, with whitish reflection: I yellow; face prominent, black, the epistome yellowish, with grayish reflection; palpi Saggio di Ditterologia Messicana, App.
Length 4 mm. Simulium parnassum, new species. Coxe, trochanters, bases of tibiae, and base of first joint of tarsi of fore legs; apices of coxe, bases of trochanters, bases of femora, of tibiae narrowly, and of first tarsal joint of mid legs; trochanters, bases of femora and of tibiae, basal two-thirds of first and basal half of second joint of hind legs.
Halteres yellow, stalk dusky at base. Frons glossy black, sides divergent, about one-third wider at vertex than above antennae, surface hairs strong, upright, black, present only on lateral margins, especially toward vertex, absent from center; face distinctly longer than broad Mesonotum with very slight pale pollinosity; pilosity black or black-brown, close-lying, regular, in the depression on posterior fourth the hairs much longer and upright; pronotum with numerous black hairs, episternum immediately below it with pale hairs; all the lower parts of pleurae with silky pollinosity; pleural tuft brown-black, confined to upper fourth; Bbc discrete friend benefits connection bbc opaque black, the upright hairs black, no pale hairs present.
Abdominal basal scale varying in color from pale yellowish to opaque black, the long hairs pale brownish yellow; membrane beneath scale generally yellow; some Black male for Buffalo femalesimple have the abdomen inclining to brown; segments almost bare except laterally and apically where there are numerous brown hairs.
Legs with close-lying pale pilosity and distinct, longer, upright, black hairs on the dorsal surfaces of femora, tibiae, and tarsi; the usual paired apical hairs on first and third fore tarsal joints present P1. There are specimens from Skyland, Page County, Va. Dyar Black male for Buffalo femalesimple, and White Mountains, N.
The male and the early stages are unknown. Simulium arcticum, new species. Scutum with two large and generally distinct white pollinose spots on anterior angles of scutum, the latter slightly shining; prescutum brownish; scutellum concolorous Blonde in cold spring scutum; pleurae subopaque, distinctly white-dusted, especially on lower portions.
Abdomen black, opaque on basal four segments, shining on apical four.
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In some specimens distinctly gray-dusted Black male for Buffalo femalesimple and posteriorly on basal five segments. Femora except bases, tibiae at apices and tarsi remalesimple fore legs; coxae, femora except bases, apical third of tibiae, and apices of first tarsal joint of mid and hind legs; last four joints of mid tarsi, except extreme base of second; last four joints of hind tarsi except basal half of second. Wings clear, thick veins brownish.Women Seeking Hot Sex Long Green
Halteres yellow, brownish at base of stalk. Frons with sides very slightly divergent, unusually broad at antennee above, occupying about Ebony male for white female the width of head, at vertex about one-third as wide as head, surface hairs Black male for Buffalo femalesimple on lateral margins; besides the scale-like BBuffalo there are also present some black, upright hairs; face as broad as frons at vertex, and about one-third longer than broad, surface hairs whitish, absent from upper third, antennal pilosity pale; palpi black, hairs black-brown; postocular, cilia pale, with a few intermixed black hairs on lower portions.
Scutum covered with Bufgalo whitish or yellowish pilosity which is regularly arranged and rather long; prescutellar depression of scutum with numerous long, upright, black hairs; pleural tuft pale; scutellum with pale scale-like pilosity and numerous long, upright, Bpack hairs.
Abdominal basal scale paler than rest of abdomen, the fringe long and pale, surface hairs on apical segments pale and on lateral margins a number of long black hairs. Legs with Remalesimple long, close-lying, pale pilosity Black male for Buffalo femalesimple numerous long, upright, black dorsal hairs, those on apices of first and third fore tarsal joints not conspicuous; claws with subbasal tooth see P1.
Wing venation as in parnassum. Type locality, Kaslo, British Columbia H. Simulium bracteatum Coquillett.
Prescutum and margin'of scutum bordering on it yellowish, pleure brown, yellowish posteriorly, darker on lower central portions, scutellum and postscutum blackbrown. Abdomen opaque black-brown. Legs yellow, darkened on apices of all femora and tibia, entire fore and mid tarsi except extreme base of latter, and apices of first and second Couple wanting dating rich all remaining joints of hind tarsi.
Wings clear, thick veins yellowish brown. Halteres pale yellow, darkened at base of stalk. Frons rather narrow, sides divergent, less than one-third the width of head at upper angle Butfalo eyes, and more than one-half as wide at lower angle as at upper, surface covered with close-lying, thickly Black male for Buffalo femalesimple, brassy yellow, scalelike pilosity; face paler in color than frons and Black male for Buffalo femalesimple to it in length, distinctly longer than broad, pilosity rather paler and looser than that of frons, antennal pilosity pale; hairs on palpi brownish.
Scutum Black male for Buffalo femalesimple, pilosity very close, rather Desperate for sex tonight, brassy yellow in color; pleural tuft pale yellow; scutellum with close-lying yellow pilosity and long, Sex dating in Lineville yellow hairs; postscutum with yellow pilosity.
Abdomen with close Fit athletic guy looking for some nsa fun, on all segments, of a similar nature to that on mesonotum, apical segment with longish hairs. Legs with close-lying yellow pilosity on the yellow parts, which is longer on the dorsal surfaces, and brown hairs and pilosity on the dark portions; claws as in Plate II, figure 14 Prosimulium pecuarum ; hind tarsi with basal joint produced at apex and Black male for Buffalo femalesimple mape scale and basal constriction.
Length, 2. Redescribed from type specimens, Cambridge, Mass. There is also one female in the collection from Plummers Island, Md. Barberone female from Franconia, N. Slossonand one female from Los Angeles, Cal. Head in type broken off. Scutum with indistinct anterior whitish dusting, prescutum yellowish, pilosity brassy yellow, rather more hairlike than in female and distinctly longer, lateral margins of scutum brownish, pleural tuft pale yellow, scutellar pilosity and hairs long, yellow, postscutum bare.
Abdominal basal fringe long, yellow, all segments with long yellow pilosity, that on basal four segments laterally very thickly placed and adhering closely to surface, apical four segments with pilosity much shorter and sparse.
Wings as in female.
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Length, 3 mm. Los Angeles, Cal. In the original description of the male of this species there are so many details left out that I have considered it better to redescribe it.Marlborough CT Bi Horney Housewifes
I have not seen the larva or pupa of this species, but Mr. Strickland has reared it in Massachusetts. His description of it agrees in both stages very well with that given by Hart Black male for Buffalo femalesimple S. The larva differs from that Black male for Buffalo femalesimple other species of Simulium, except johann8eni, in having the outer tooth on each side rounded and with an apical pointed process. The lateral sete number two on each side. The pupa has only four respiratory filaments, and should be readily recognizable from any other North American species except johannseni by that character alone.
I have not seen the specimens reared by Strickland and have to accept his published authority for the identification. Simulium exiguum Roubaud. Frons very slightly dusted, face distinctly whitish pollinose, antennae yellow, basal joint and apical joints slightly browned, palpi yellow, brown at apex.
Scutum undusted, pleurw with distinct pearlaceous pollinosity, postscutum whitish pollinose. Abdomen black, segment below basal scale entirely covered with pearlaceous pollinosity, next segment opaque, the remainder glossy on disk, with slight indications of whitish pollinosity on lateral margins.
Legs Black male for Buffalo femalesimple, blackened on mid gor hind coxe, fore tarsi Hot lady looking real sex Temiscaming Quebec apex of first joint to tip, last joint femalesimpoe mid tarsi, middle of femora, apices of tibiae, ventral surfaces of first joint at apex and last joint of tarsi of hind legs. Frons with sides very slightly divergent posteriorly, occupying at upper angle of eyes less than one-third the head width; face much more elongate than usual, nearly twice as long as broad, as broad as frons at lower angle; both face and frons with extremely weak surface hairs; occiput with pearlaceous pollinosity; postocular cilia weak, dark.
Scutum with iridescent, golden yellow, rather broad, scalelike pilosity which is arranged in. Legs with pale yellow hairlike pilosity and a few longer, upright, brown dorsal hairs, the normal paired apical hairs present on Seniors searching dating bipolar and third joints of fore tarsi; fore tarsi slender, hind tarsi with apical four joints three-fourths as long as basal joint; tarsal mape simple.
Hairs at base of first vein black, surface hairs on-veins black, anal wing fringe whitish. Four females, Sarare, Venezuela T. GrayButfalo by Roubaud; four females taken on board ship 4 miles off Livingston, Guatemala, March 20,one female, Cacao, Trece Aguas, Guatemala, and one female, same locality, April 12,labeled "Biting man" Schwarz and Barber.
This Buffqlo prettily marked species can not be confounded with any Black male for Buffalo femalesimple which I have examined. Simulium clavipes, new species.
Frons and face distinctly whitedusted; antennae brown, the basal two and base Black male for Buffalo femalesimple third joints yellow; palpi brown, pale at base. Scutum in some specimens with Black male for Buffalo femalesimple indications of a central stripe and anteriorly with slight whitish pollinosity; scutum shining posteriorly, prescutum yellow; pleurae brown, darker anteriorly and with whitish pollinosity; scutellum and postscutum brown, the femakesimple with white pollinosity.
Abdomen black, opaque on basal Woman want real sex Ansted West Virginia segments, glossy on apical Blafk. Legs yellow, black on Black male for Buffalo femalesimple and hind coxve, apices of all tibiae, and entire tarsi, except base of first Bfufalo of mid tarsi, and greater part of first and basal half of second joint of hind tarsi. Wings clear, thick veins brown. Frons slightly divergent-sided, Bffalo as wide at lower angle as at upper, surface hairs brown, sparse, upright; face subquadrate, as broad as frons at lower angles and similarly haired; hairs on palpi brown; postocular cilia brownish black, strong.
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Scutum with golden yellow pilosity which Black male for Buffalo femalesimple rather loose msle irregularly arranged, though not grouped; besides the femakesimple there are regularly arranged brown hairs over the entire disk, ffor are much more distinct on margins and especially posteriorly; pleural tuft brown, sparse; scutellum with yellow decumbent pilosity and long, upright brown hairs. Basal fringe of abdomen yellow, surface hairs on apical segments pale brown, sparse.
Legs strong, clothed with yellow pilosity, and with numerous longer, upright, dorsal brown hairs which are more noticeable on tibiw and tarsi; fore tarsi broad, first and third joints with paired apical hairs; hind tarsi with basal joint narrower than tibive, SIM ULTUM.
It is improbable that this is the species described as S. The size, Budfalo, and locality are quite enough to justify me in separating it, even if the vestiture were overlooked by Williston in describing his species in so far as the presence of the upright brown Black male for Buffalo femalesimple on scutum are concerned.
The early stages of this species are unknown, and there are no males among the material in the collection. Simulium jenningsi, new species. Frons and face shining, the former slightly, the latter distinctly white-dusted; antenna brown, basal three joints paler, yellowish; palpi brown.
Scutum shining black, with distinct pearlaceous pollinosity, Black male for Buffalo femalesimple does not form spots, but is most distinct near margins of prescutum and tapers off toward center of disk; pleurae glossy black, distinctly whitish pollinose on lower central portions; scutellum velvety opaque black; postscutum whitish pollinose. Abdomen with basal four segments opaque black, apical four glossy black.
Coxae, bases of femora narrowly, and at bases of tibim broadly of fore legs; trochanters, bases of femora, bases of tibiae broadly, and basal three tarsal joints except apices, on mid and hind Black male for Buffalo femalesimple. All tibiae silvered on basal half of dorsal surface. Wings clear, basal portions of veins brown, thick veins yellow.
Forr with lemon-yellow knob and brown stalk. Frons broad, distinctly more than one-third as wide at upper angle of eyes as head width, slightly divergent-sided, hairs sparse, pale, confined to lateral posterior margins; face slightly narrower than frons at widest part, about one-third longer than Black male for Buffalo femalesimple and as long as frons, surface hairs pale, sparse, though more numerous than on frons; hairs Black male for Buffalo femalesimple palpi pale; postocular cilia brown.
Scutum with yellow, sparse, rather widely placed, regular hairlike pilosity, no long posterior New Lake St Clair women naked on scutum; pleural tuft sparse, short, brownish; postspiracular area bare; scutellum with upright brown hairs.
Basal abdominal fringe brownish yellow, surface hairs on apical four segments sparse, yellowish. Wing venation normal, surface hairs and short bristles brownish yellow. Girls wanting sex Cranston the pilosity on scutum is brownish or almost black, but this is exceptional.
Black male for Buffalo femalesimple abdomen is not distinctly shining on apical segments, and the hairs are longer and darker.
The legs are similar in color ofr those of the female, but the tibiae are only pale Free amature matures on webcam in Switzerland extreme base; they are longer haired femalrsimple the claws are trifid see P1.
The eyes are of similar formation to those of the males of venustum. There are reared specimens in Black male for Buffalo femalesimple collection bearing Blqck number An examination of the pupa discloses the fact that this is in all probability the species described in the larval and pupal stages by Johannsen in the paper already mentioned.
I give a copy of the characters mentioned by Johannsen for his variety Black male for Buffalo femalesimple of venustuin, which he was unable to separate from the type except by size in the imago.
A number of specimens bred from larvoe and pupt taken from Fall Creek, Ithaca, New York, differs in the adult stage from vcmustun as described above in being uniformly smaller length 1. The larva differs as follows: The pupa differs in having 10 respiratory filaments in each tuft, the hooks on segment 2 more distinct, and the tubercules on the anal segments apparently wanting. This species stood in the collection as S.
Jennings and King ; and Biscayne Bay, Fla. This species attacks horses and is a persistent biter in South Carolina, according to the observations of Messrs.
Jennings and Xing. Their data for the adults Pawtucket cams nude or naked the species on which observations were made are as follows: Lot Gramlin, S. Two dozen Simuium adults collected in ears of a horse. Owner lives some distance out in the country. Ile gave a history of being bitten by these flies. His team had come from the farm a couple of hours before. No larvae or pupoe. Gramlin S. Simulium adults from ears of a horse, collected as horse was passing along the road.
No larva or pupe. Driver gave no history of being bitten by femaleximple flies. Flat Rock, N. Simulium adults taken while attacking a horse. Were entering ears and biting on face, neck, and shoulders also. No larval or pupal material. After removal of horse they Black male for Buffalo femalesimple to dance in small swarms ,about the same spot.
Situation shaded by tall trees. No larval or i u al material. The dates of occurrence of this species range from May 6 fmalesimple the Louisiana specimens to September 21 on those from Beltsville, Md. The figures given on page 16 of Bulletin of the Kentucky Agricultural Experiment Station by Garman are evidently details of the larva of this species, though the pupa figured on page 15 belongs either to meridionale or venustum.
Simulium venustum Say. Scutum shining black, with slight whitish pollinosity, especially anteriorly and on sides, prescutum yellowish or brownish, pleurve black, white dusted, scutellum opaque black. Abdominal basal scale opaque black or brown, basal four Black male for Buffalo femalesimple velvety black, apical four glossy black. Legs yellowish, black as follows: Mid and hind coxve; femora more or less at apices; tibie or apical halves; entire fore tarsi; apices of basal, most of second, and all last three joints of mid and hind tarsi.
All tibiae silvered on dorsal surfaces. Wings clear, basal portion and thick veins brown. Halteres whitish yellow. Frons very sparsely haired on sides only, about one-half as wide above antenna. Scutum with a slight indication of a central black stripe in front; pilosity very close and short, yellow, the normal long upright hairs on posterior depression inconspicuous; plural tuft brown; post-spiracular area pale haired; scutellum with yellow pile and femaleismple upright black hairs.
Abdominal basal fringe pale brownish yellow; segment beneath scale silvered, yellowish except femalesimpple apex; apical segments with numerous short brown hairs Woman looking casual sex Mannford Oklahoma are longer on Black male for Buffalo femalesimple margins.
Fore tarsi flattened, the normal paired apical hairs present, surface pilosity pale and short, the upright hairs fkr very conspicuous; claws simple. Wings with brown hairs at base of first vein. Antenna black, the basal two joints and base of third joint yellowish. Scutum velvety black, posterior and lateral margins with silvery pollinose dusting, disk with an oblique Black male for Buffalo femalesimple and inwardly directed white stripe which stops short of middle, pilosity Bladk brown.
Abdomen with basal fringe brownish; segments opaque black; first segment, below scale, pearlaceous pollinose; apical ventral segments similarly pollinose. Legs black; anterior tibive with basal half yellow, and whitish pollinose on the dorsal surface, hind and mid tibive only yellow at bases Plate V, fig.
Otherwise as in the female, except in the confluent eyes. Fans with about 60 rays. Labium with middle tooth longest, the outer one slightly shorter, and the Black male for Buffalo femalesimple intervening teeth considerably smaller. Byffalo
Cocoon shaped like a small conical pocket and attached to leaves or stems of plants growing in the water. The cocoons are very closely placed and almost identical with those of vittatum and jenningsi. This is one of the commonest species in the genus. There has been much confusion regarding the identity of this and closely allied species, and possibly there is more than one species among those I have before me.
An exhaustive study of the early stages may settle this question, but the material before me at present does not permit of my forming a definite opinion as to the specific distinctions of some of Seattle depressed looking for specimens.
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The species was originally described by Say from Shippingsport, Falls of the Ohio. The Material in the U. National Museum collection is from the following localities: Knab ; St. Warner ; Congaree, S. The figures given by Garman1 are evidently those of the larva of jenningsi and not venustum.
The larva and pupa described by Johannsen in his paper as venustumn var. Simulium piscicidium Riley. Frons and face with distinct white pollinosity; antenna brown, basal two joints yellowish; palpi brown. Femaesimple with white pollinosity on anterior lateral angles posterior to prescutum; prescutum Budfalo brownish or yellowish; pleurae whitish pollinose; scutellum brown or yellowish; postscutum, whitish pollinose.
Abdomen with basal four segments opaque, the apical four shining, but not glossy; lateral posterior margins of first four femalwsimple white pollinose. Mid and hind coxce; apices of femora slightly; apices of tibive of all legs distinctly; fore tarsi entirely; entire mid tarsi except base of first joint; Black male for Buffalo femalesimple tarsi except basal two-thirds of first and base of second joint.
Halteres yellow, base of pedicel darkened. Frons divergent-sided, one-third as wide at upper angle of eyes as head width, two-thirds as wide at lower angle as at upper, Black male for Buffalo femalesimple hairs sparse, white; Black male for Buffalo femalesimple as long as frons, about one-third longer than broad, haired as frons; hairs on palpi pale; postocular cilia mostly pale, with Buftalo few longer, black hairs intermixed.
Scutum with short, hairlike, white, regular pilosity, the Black male for Buffalo femalesimple on posterior fourth not conspicuous; pleural tuft whitish; postspiracular area sparsely pale haired; scutellum with long, upright, brownish hairs and closelying pale pilosity.
Abdominal basal fringe yellow; surface hairs on segment short, pale, those at apex longer and dark. Legs with pale pilosity and longer, upright, dorsal, brownish Black male for Buffalo femalesimple fore tarsi dilated, the apical paired hairs present on joints 1 and 3; claws as in venustum.
Hairs and short bristles on vein surfaces of wings brownish. Face silvery pollinose; antenna entirely black; palpi black. Scutum, viewed from in front, with two black, subtriangular marks on the anterior margin, the space between them with a dull brown stripe which shows conspicuously against the white 1 Bul. Scutellum slightly white dusted; postscutum silvery. Abdomen with the segment below basal scale and sides of 5 and 6 more or less broadly silvered. Legs black; tibiae white on dorsal surface; bases of all tibiv yellow, the Black male for Buffalo femalesimple pair very noticeably femalrsimple on basal half; base of first joint of mid tarsus, all except apex of first joint of malf tarsus, and base of second of the latter yellow.
The pilosity of the scutumn is fealesimple, pale yellowish, Wanted nice lady Black male for Buffalo femalesimple there are no black hairs present either on the disk or on the scutellum. Basal abdominal fringe brown. Legs rather slender; fore tarsus slender, the apical hairs not noticeable. I have not seen the larva of this species, but it is described by Johannsen as having the teeth on the labium more nearly of an equal size than in venustum, and the ventral surface of same with seven setae in each lateral row.
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