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CATALOGUE



0V THE



SPECIMENS



DERMAPTERA SALTATORIA



THE COLLECTION



OF THE



BRITISH MUSEUM.



PART II.



BY,



FRANCIS WALKER, F.L.S., &c.



PRINTED FOE THE TRUSTEES OF THE BRITISH MUSEUM:
LONDON, 1809.



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BIOLOt, |
LIBRARY



LONDON :
K. NEWMAN, TWISTER, DEVONSHIRE STRKET, BI3HOPSGATE.



PREFACE.

THE object of the present Catalogue is to give a complete List of
all the genera and species of Dermaptera Saltatoria known to
exist in the collections of European and American Entomologists.
The letters a, b, c, &c., after the species, denote the specimens now
contained in the British Museum, followed by the habitat and the
mode in which each of them was obtained ; and the absence of
these letters indicates the species which are desiderata, and there-
fore desirable to be procured for the collection.



J. E. GRAY.



BRITISH MUSEUM,
October, 1869.



Ml 1 :



CATALOGUE,



OF



LOCUSTIDvE.

(CONTINUED).



THE Locustidae include several distinct families, but the division of
the above group is postponed, in order to ascertain more satisfactorily the
number of families, and to assign to each family every genus that it
includes. Of the genera of Locustidae in the preceding Part of the Cata-
logue, Deinacrida, Rhapidophora, Hadeno3cus, Ceuthophyllus, Schceno-
bates, Udeopsylla, Daihinia, Tropidischia, Camptonotus, Macropathus,
Libanasa, Machamala, Licodia, Lutosa and Luceua, may be included in
the Rhapidophorida3. The genera Cerberodon, Monocerophora, Anosto-
toma, Gnathoclita, Hemideina, Licola, Gryllacris, Larnaca, Stenopelrnatus
and Lezina, belong to the Stenopelmatidae, to which Servillea and Crato-
inulus are also here referred.

Genus 26. SERVILLEA.
Servillea, Blanch. Gay, Chili, vi. 35.

1. SERVILLEA SFINIFERA.
spinifera, Blanch. Gay, Chili, vi. 36.
Chili.

Genus 27. CRATOMALUS.
Cratomalus, Blanch. Gay, Chili, vi. 37.

1. C.KATOMALUS ARMATUS.

armatus, Blanch. Gay, Chili, vi. 39*
Chili.



226 CATALOGUE OF



The nine following genera form the Bradyporidse.

Genus 28. HETRODES.

''jtii.-i-iio'ouita, Fabr. Hetrodes, Fisch. A. S. E. F. \\. 318.
fti*~0i<Ar400. Burm. Handb. Ent. ii. 679. Fisch. de Wald,
Orth. Ross, 367 JBradyporus, Serv. Rev. 67 Barbitistes, Brullt.



* ' * Group 1.

1. HETRODES PUPA.

Gryllus apterus, Linn. Amcen. i. 322 Gryllus pupus, Linn. Syst. Nat. 699
Locusta pupa, Fabr. Ent. Syst. ii. 43. Dea. Ins. iii. 453, pi. 39,
f. 5. Latr. Gen. iii. 101. Enc. Meth, pi. 131, f. 2 Gryllus (Tetti-
gonia) pupa, Stall, Saut. et Grill, pi. 12 a, f. 45, 46 Bradyporus pupa,
Serv. Rev. 67. Blanch. Hist. Nat. Ins. iii. 28 Hetrodes pupa, Sen.
Hist. Orth. 461. Fisch. de Wald. Orth. Ross. 368, pi. 34, f. 1
Locusta (Hetrodes) pupa, Haan, Verz. Nat. Gesch. Ned. Ind. bez. Ins.
183.

a, b. Cape.

c. Cape. From Mr. Shuckard's collection.

d, e. Cape. Presented by the Lords of the Admiralty.
/. South Africa. Presented by R. Trimen, Esq.

g. South Africa.

/, t. Cape Verd Islands. Presented by Sir J. C. Ross.

j. ? Presented by Major-Gen. Hardwicke.

k. ? Presented by the Entomological Club.

/, m. ?

2. HETRODES HORRIDUS.

Edward, Aves, viii. pi. 75 Gryllus spinulosus, Linn. Syst. Nat.
703 ; Ed. Grnelin, 2068 Locusta spinulosa, Fabr. Ent. Syst. ii. 44
Hetrodes spinulosus, Fisch. de W. Bull. Most: 1839 ; Orth. Ross. 369,
pi. 34, f. 2. Charp. Orth. pi. 17 Hetrodes horridus, Klug. MSS.
Burm. Handb. Ent. ii. 679 Locusta (Hetrodes) horrida, Haan t Verz.
Nat. Gesch. Ned. Ind. Bez. Ins. 183.

Syria. Arabia.

3. HETRODES MARGINATUS.

Mas. Testaceus ; caput unispinosum, vertice scabro ; prothorax anlice
scaber octodecim spinosus,postice tuberculatus qualuordecim spinosus,
lateribus pallide testaceis reflexis undulatis; abdominis dorsumful-
vt/m, e tuberculis quinque vittatum, segmentis testaceo marginatis ;
pedes robusti ; femoribus tibiisque spinosis.

Male. Testaceous. Head with a short obliquely ascending spine
between the antenna ; vertex scabrous. Fore part of the prothorax sca-
brous, with four spines in the hind part of the disk, with six spines in
front and with four on each side ; hind part tuberculate, with two spines
on the hind border and with six on each side, the lateral spines successively
increasing in size towards the fore part; sides pale testaceous, reflexed,
undulating. Abdomen with five rows of tubercles on the dorsum, which is



LOCUSTID^. 327

tawny, hind borders of the segments testaceous. Legs stout; femora and
tibiae keeled; four anterior femora with two spines beneath; hind femora
with three spines above and with two on each side beneath; four anterior
tibiae with a few short spines on each side ; hind libia3 with six longer
spines on the outer side and with seven on the inner side. Length of the
body 16 lines.

The much more developed hind part of the prothorax distinguishes
ihis species from H. pupa.

a. Cape. Presented by B. W. Townsend, Esq.

4. HETRODES PRODUCTUS.

Fcam. Testaceus ; caput unispinosum, vertice aspere punctato, fronts
subtililer punctata ; prothorax scaber, antice sexdecim spinosus, postice
quutuordecim spinosus ; abdomen e tuberculis septem vittatum ; ovi-
ductus subarcuatus, abdomine paullo Longior.

Female. Testaceous. Head roughly punctured above, finely
punctured in front, with a short oblique spine between the antennae. Pro-
thorax scabrous; fore part with four spines on the hind part of the disk,
with four spines in front, and with four longer spines on each side; hind
part wiih two spines on the hind border and with six on each side like those
of H. marainatus. Dorsum of the abdomen minutely tuberculate, with
seven rows of tubercles, the tubercles in the middle row and in the second
row on each side larger than the others. Oviduct slightly curved, a little
longer than the abdomen. Legs stout; femora and tibiae keeled; four
anterior femora with two spines beneath; hind femora with five spines
above and with four on each side beneath, the first and second of the latter
very minute; spines of the tibiae like those of //. marginatus. Length of
the body 21 lines.

It may be a variety of H. pupa. The oviduct is a little longer.
a. Congo. Presented by Sir J. Richardson.

5. HETRODES ABBREVIATUS.

Foam. Testaceus; caput unispinosum, rude punctatum ; prothorax sub-
scuber, antice sexdecim spinosus, postice gualuordecim spinosus ; abdo-
men e tuberculis trinttatum ; oviductus perparum arcuatus, abdomine
multo brevior ; pedes robusti,i>pinosi,femoribusposticis supra quadri-
spinosis subtus utrinque bispinusis.

Female. Testaceous. Head roughly punctured, with a short oblique
spine between the antennae. Prothorax slightly scabrous ; fore part with
lour spines on the hind part of the disk, with lour in front and with four on
each side; hind part with two spines on the hind border and with six on
each side like those of H. marginatus. Abdomen with three rows of
tubercles, the middle tubercles larger than those on each side. Oviduct
very slightly curved, serrated at the tip, much shorter than the abdomen.
Legs stout; femora and tibia3 keeled; four anterior femora with spines
beneath; hind feuioia with four spines above and with two on each side
beneath; four anterior tibiae like those of the preceding species ; hind -ibiae
with four spines on each side. Length of the body 19 lines.



228 CATALOGUE OF

The less tuberculate abdomen, the shorter oviduct and the fewer spines
on the hind tibiae distinguish it from H. pupa.

a. South Africa. Presented by Sir A. Smith.

6. HETEODES MACRURUS.

Foem. Testaceus ; caput unispinosum, vertice scabro, fronte transverse
subtiliter rugulosa; prolhorax scaber, antice octodecim spinosus,
poslice duodecim spinosus ; abdomen quinqueseriatim spinulosum ;
oviductus corpore cequilongus ; pedes rnbusti, spinosi.

Female. Testaceous. Head scabrous above, transversely and finely
rugulose in front; a short oblique spine between the eyes. Prothorax
scabrous; fore part with four spines on the hind part of the disk, wilh four
iu front and with five on each side, the hindmost on each side very small ;
hind part wilh two spines on the hind border, and with five on each side,
the lateral spines successively increasing in size towards the fore part.
Abdomen with five rows of spines, the middle spines and those in the
second row on each side larger than the others. Oviduct as long as the
body. Legs stout; four anterior femora with one spine on each side near
the tip, these spines hardly apparent in the fore femora; hind femora with
four spines above, with two ou the outer side beneath and with three on
the inner side, the first on the inner side very small; four anterior tibiaB
much like those of H. pupa ; hind tibia3 with five spines on the outer side
and with six on the inner side. Length of the body 18 lines.

The longer oviduct distinguishes it from H. pupa and from H. pro-
ductus.



Group 2.

7. HETRODES PETERSU.

Petersii, Schaum, Monats. Berl. Acad. 1853, 777.
Mozambique.

a d. East Africa. Presented by Earl Russell.
e. East Africa. Presented by Capl. Speke.

8. HETRODES MILITARIS.

militaris, White, Met/men's Wanderings in the Wilderness, Appendix.

a, b. South Africa, near the Tropic of Capricorn. From Mr. Pearson's
collection.

9. HETRODES CERVINUS.

Locusta (Hetrodes) cervina, Klug, Haan^ Verz. Nat. Gesch. Ned. Ind. Bez.
Ins. 183.

Cape.

10. HETRODES DIADEMATA.
diademata, Slal, Ofv. K. V. Ak. Fork. xr. 308.
South Africa.



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11. HETRODES FOBTIS.

Mas. Testaceus, fusco nebulosns ; caput unispinomm, vertice scabro ;
prothorax scaber, quadrispinosux cornubusque duobus trispinosis
armatum, postice tridccim spinosus, lateribus paliide testaceis ; abdo-
men triseriatim spinosum ; tibice bispinosa.

Male. Testaceous, partly tinged with brown. Head above and pro-
thorax scabrous. Head with a rather long slightly ascending spine between
the antenna?. Fore part of the prothorax with a directly diverging spine
on each side hindward, with two spines on the fore border, which on
each side has a long protuberance armed with three spines; hind part
with three spines on the hind border and with six on each side; four of the
lateral spines long; sides pale testaceous, slightly reflexed. Abdomen with
three dorsal rows of spines. Legs long; femora without spines; tibia3 with
two spines beneath. Length of the body 15 lines.

It is much allied to H. militaris ; the two typical specimens of the
latter appear to be in an early stage of growth. It is distinguished from
H. cervinus by the two red stripes on the abdomen, by the fewer spines on
the hind part of the prothorax, and by the hind tibia?, which have no spines
above.

a. South Africa. Presented by Sir A. Smith.



12. HETRODES VITTATUS.

Mas. Testaceus ; caput scabrum, unispinosum, fronte nigricante ; pro-
thorax scaber, anlice decimspinosus nigro quadrivittatus cornubus
duobus trispinosis armatus, postice octospinosus ; abdomen sexseriatim
spinosum, nigro trim tta turn ; pedes robusti, breviusculi, tibiis quatuor
anterioribus trispinosis, tibiis posticis quinquespinosis.

Male. Testaceous. Head and prolhorax scabrous. Head with a
porrect acute rather long spine between the eyes; front mostly blackish.
Prothorax with the usual transverse middle furrow; lore part with six
obtuse spines in the disk, with a spine on each side, with two spines on the
fore border, where there are also two exterior obliquely diverging horns,
each armed with three spines; four black stripes, the inner pair very
slender, the outer pair very broad; hind part with eight marginal spines.
Abdomen with six rows ol spines and with three black snipes, the outer
pair irregular. Legs stout, rather short; femora without spines; tibiae
with three spines beneath ; hind tibia? with two spines above. Length of
the body 1214 lines.

The striped body will distinguish it from the preceding species of this
group. The shorter legs will distinguish it from H. fortis and from
11. militaris, and the spine on the head is longer than that of H. Petersii.

a. Interior of South Africa. Presented by the late Earl of Derby.

b. South Africa. Presented by Sir A. Smith.



230 CATALOGUE OF



Group 3.

13. HETRODES LONGIPES.
longipes, Charp. Orth. pi. 8.

Var. Female. Pale testaceous, rather long and slender. Head and pro-
tliorax very finely punctured. Head with a very short spine between the
eyes and with a few small irregular black marks. Antennas blackish, tes-
taceous at the base. Prothorax elongate, with a transverse middle furrow ;
fore part with three black spines and a black patch on each side, and with
an abbreviated black stripe; hind part mostly black, with two black spines
on each side and with two on the hind border, which is slightly elevated.
Oviduct very short, with a black tip ; sheaths with three black spines above.
Legs lung, slender, piceous, with whitish keels; femora with from one to
three spines beneath ; fore femora above testaceous, mottled with piceous.
Length of the body 18 lines.

a d. Congo. Presented by Sir J. Richardson.

14. HETRODES GUYONI.

Hetrodes (Eugaster) Gujoni, Serv. Hist. Orth. 464. Lucas, Exp. Sci.
Alg. Orth. pi. 2.

Algiers.

15. HETRODES ABORTIVUS.

Hetrodes (Eugaster) abortiva, Serv. Hist. Orth. 463. Guer. Voy. Abyss.
338.

Senegal. Abyssinia.

16. HETRODES SERVILLEI.

Hetrodes (Eugaster) Servillei, Guer. Leftbvre Voy. Abyss. 338.
Abyssinia.

17. HETRODES ERINACEUS.

Hetrodes (Eogaster) erinaceus, Fairm. Arch. Ent. ii, 260, pi. 9, f. 1.
Gabon.

18. HETRODES DI^COIDALIS.

Mas. Testaceus; caput subtiliter punctatum, verlice subscabro ; antennce
niyrts, basi leslacece ; prothorax antice sexspinosus plus minusve
nigricans aut niger, postice sexspinosus ; abdomen nigro bivittatum
aut nigrum testaceo conspersum ; pedes longi, tibiis tarsisque piceis,
illis spinosis.

Male. Testaceous. Head finely punctured; vertex slightly scabrous.
Mandibles with blackish tips. Antenna? black, testaceous at the base,
nearly twice the length of the body. Prothorax with a reflexed border and
a transverse middle furrow ; fore part blackish on each side or almost
wholly black, with three black spines on each side and with two testaceous
spines on the hind border. Abdomen above with two black stripes, or black



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with testaceous speckles. Legs long; femora unarmed; tibiae and tarsi
piceous; fore tibiae with six spines on each side; middle tibia? with rather
fewer spines; hind tibiae with some spines in three rows. Length of the
body 1 1 lines.

o, b. South Africa. From Dr. Dohrn's collection.

19. HETRODES CEASSIPES.

Mas. Fulvns, crassus ; caput punclatum, unispinosum ; antenna nigrcs^
basi fulvcB ; prolhorax antice bispinosus cornubus duobus trispinosis,
postice viginti spinosus, lateribus quadrispinosis ; abdomen piceum ;
pedes crassi^ nigro vittati, tibiis anticis trispinosis, tibiis qualuor
posterionbus quadrispinosis.

Male. Tawny, very stout. Head punctured, with a short obliquely
ascending spine beiweeu the eyes. Antennae black, tawny at the base.
Prothorax rugose, abruptly declining on each side ; four transverse furrows,
of which the hinder one is deeper than the others; fore border with two
very short spines and with two lateral very short horns, each armed with
three short black-tipped spines; four spines on each side; hind border
rounded, slightly reflexed, with twenty black-tipped spines, the spines on
each side much longer than those in the middle. Abdomen piceous above.
Legs thick ; femora and tibiae striped with black ; femora unarmed; fore
tibia? with three small black-tipped spines beneath ; four posterior tibia? with
four spines beneath; tarsi black beneath. Length of the body 19 lines.

a. South Africa. From Mr. Bartlett's collection.

Group 4.

20. HETRODES PALLIDUS.

Mas. Pallide luleus, subtilissime punctatus ; palpi apice nigri ; antenna
picece, basi pallide lutece ; prothorax antice quadrispinosus, postice
sexspinosus ; pedes longi,femoribus transverse sulcalis, tibiis spinosis.

Female. Pale luteous. Head and prothorax very finely punctured.
Palpi and mandibles with black tips. Eyes reddish. Antennas piceous,
pale luteous towards the base, more than twice the length of the body.
Proihorax wilh a middle furrow and with black-tipped spines; fore part
with two spines on each side ; hind part with two spines on each side and
with two on the hind border, which is elevated. Legs long; femora and
tibiae keeled ; femora transversely and slightly furrowed ; four anterior
tibia? with six spines beneath ; hind tibia? with several spines in three rows.
Length of the body 14 lines,
a. East Africa. Presented by Earl Russell.

Genus 29. LESINA.

Mas. Corpus robustum, subtilissime punctatum. Caput spina antica
subascendeute armatum ; vertex subreticulalus ; frons erecta. Prothorax
transverse bisulcatus, antice subtuberculatus, lateribus extensis alienuatis
spiuosis, margiue postico ascendente spinoso. Pedes spinosi, sat robusti.



232 CATALOGUE OF

Male. Body stout. Head and prothorax very finely punctured.
Head as broad as the prothorax (excepting the dilated disk of the latter),
with a slightly ascending spine between the eyes; vertex slightly reticu-
lated ; front perpendicular. Eyes very prominent. Prothorax bisellate, or
divided into three compartments ; first and second parts thinly tuberculate,
dilated, attenuated and armed with slender spines on each side; third part
elevated, with spines along the hind border. Abdomen tapering, narrower
and much longer than the prothorax. Legs rather stout, moderately long ;
four anterior femora with stout, rather long spines, three rows of these on
the fore femora, two on the middle femora ; hind femora with two rows of
short slender spines ; fore tibiae with a few spines in two rows ; middle
tibiae with four rows of more numerous spines.

This genus is most allied to the first section of Hetrodes.

1. LESINA LUTESCENS.

Mas. Pallide, lutea ; prothorax nigro bivittatus et bimaculatus, lateribus
bis dilatatis et quinquespinosis, maryine postico quadrispinoso.

Male. Testaceous or pale luteous. Mandibles blackish. Eyes pale.
Each of the two anterior compartments of the prothorax armed with five
spines on each side ; middle part with two black stripes and two exterior
black spots in the disk; hind part much elevated, with four long spines.
Length of the body 11 lines.

a. Amboina. From M. Parzudaki's collection.

Genus 30. CALLIMENUS.

Locusta, ///. Ephippiger, Lefebvre Bradyporus, Charp. Hor. Ent. Latr.
Fisch. de Waldk. Orlh. Ross. 216. Serv. Orth. 497. Blanch. Hist.
Nat. Ins. iii. 27 Callimenus, Sttven, Fisch. de Waldh. A S. E. F.
ii. 318. Burm. Handb. Ent. ii. 676. Fisch. Orlh. Ear. 203.

1. CALLIMENUS ONISCUS.

Gryllus (Tettigonia) nympha, Stall, Saut. et Gryll. pi. 11, f. 44 Ephippiger
macrojjaster, Lefeb. Guer. Mag. Zool. i. pi. 5, f. 1 Bradyporus onis-
cus, Charp. Germ. Zeitsch. i. 2, .377 ; iii. 315, 74 ; Orth. pi. 7. Fisch.
de Waldh. Orlh. Ross. 217, pi. 7, f. I, 2 Bradyporus dasypus, Serv.
Rev. 67; Hist. Orth. 499. Brulle. Exp. Moree. 88. Orth. pi. 29, f. 7.
Blanch. Hist. Nat. Ins. iii. 28 Callimenus obesus, Steven, Fisch. de
Waldh. A. S. E. F ii. 318 Callimeuus oniscus, Burm. Handb. Ent.
ii. 677. Fisch. Orth. Eur. 202, pi. 11, f. 3.

a. Turkey. From Dr. Frivaldsky's collection.

b. Athens. Presented by Merlin, Esq.

c. South Europe. Presented by Mrs. Mauger.

2. CALLIMENUS RESTRICTUS.

Bradyporus restrictus, Fisch. de Waldh. Ortk. Ross. 219, pi- 7, f. 3 Calli-
menus reslriclus, Finch. Orlh. Eur. 203 oniscus ?

South Russia.



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3. CALLIMENUS DASYPUS.

Locusta armaditto, T/iunb. Mem. Acad. St. Petersb. v. 284 Locusta
dasypus, Illig. Wied. Arch. i. 144; ii. 230 Bradyporus dasypus,
Charp. Hor. Ent. 96 ; Orth. pi. 8 ; Germ. Zeitsch. i. 2, 377 Calli-
menus dasypus, Burin. Handb. Ent. ii. 677. Fisch. Orth. Eur. 204,
pi. ll,f. 4.

Hungary.

Genus 31. BEADYPORUS.

Bradyporus, Charp. Fisck. Orth. Eur. 205.

1. BRADYPORDS ONOS.

Gryllus Onos, Pallas, Spirit, ix. 17, pi. 2, f. 1 Locusta Onos, Fabr. Ent.
Syst. ii. 44. Lair. Hist. Nat. xii. 131 Bradyporus Onos, Burm.
Handb. Ent. ii. 678 Deracantha cincta, Fisch. de W. Bull. Mosc. vi.
375 Ephippiger Onos, Fisch. de W. Orth. Ross. 190, pi. 25, f. 2.

Siberia.

2. BRADYPORUS GRANULATUS.

Ephippiger granulatus, Fisch. de W. Bull. Mosc. xii. 105, pi. 3, f. 1, 2 ; Orth.
Ross. 19 1, pi. 20, f. 1,2.

Altai Mts.

3. BRADYPORDS CINCTUS.

Deracantha cincta, Fisch. de W. Bull. Mosc. vi. 376 Ephippiger cinctus,
Fisch. de W. Orth. Ross. 192, pi. 9, f. 1.

Siberia.

4. BRADYPORUS CAMELUS.

Deracantha Camelus, Fisch. de W. Bull. Mosc. vi. 375 Ephippiger
Camelus, Fisch. de W. Orth. Ross. 193, pi. 9, f. 3.

Daouria.

5. BRADYPORUS ANTILOPE.

Deracantha Antilope, Fisch. de W. Bull. Mosc. vi. 376 Ephippiger
Antilope, Fisch. de W. Orth. Ross. 194, pi. 9, f. 4, 5.

Siberia.

6. BRADYPORUS SPINOSUS.

Ephippiger spinosuS, Fisch. de W. Orth. Ross. 195, pi. 27, f. 2.
Siberia.

7. BRADYPORDS VACCA.

Ephippiger Vacca, Fisch. de W. Orth. Ross. 197, pi. 25, f. 1.
Siberia.

8. BRADYPORUS VERRUCOSUS.

Ephippiger verrucosus, Fisch. de W. Orth. Ross. 199, pi. 25, f. 3.
Daouria.

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234 CATALOGUE OF



9. BRADYPORUS ARANEA.

Deraeantha Aranea, Fisch. de W. Bull. Mosc. vi. 375 Ephippiger Aranea,
Fisch. de W. Orth. Ross. 200, pi. 9, f. 6.

Daouria.

10. BRADYPORUS TAURUS.

Ephippiger Taurus, Eversm. Bull. Mosc. 1859, 128.
Kirgis Steppes.

Genus 32. ONCONOTUS.

Locusta, Fabr. Gryllus, Pallas Ephippiuer, Pitch, de Waldh. (olim)
Bradyporus, H.-Sch., Charp , Burm. Handb. Ent. ii.677 Ouconotus,
Fisck. de Waldh. Bull. Nat. Mosc. 1839; Orlh. Ross. 201. Fisch.
Orth. Eur. 208.

1. ONCONOTUS SERVILLEI.

Bradyporus Laxraanni, H. Sch. Cnnt. Panz. Faun. Ins. Germ. Fuse. 156,
pi. 18 Onconotus Servillei, Fisch. de Waldh. Orth. Ross. 204, pi. 25,
f. 4, 5. Finch. Orth. Eur. 208, pi. 11, f. 8.

South Russia.

2. ONCONOTUS EVERSMANNI.

Eversmanni, Fisch. de Waldh. Orth. Ross. 205, pi. 31, f. 8. Fisch. Orth.
Eur. 210.

South Russia.

3. ONCONOTUS BOSCHNAKII.

Boschnakii, Fisch. de Waldh. Orth. Ross. 208, pi. 31, f. 6. Fisch. Orth.

Eur. 210.
South Russia.

4. ONCONOTUS MARGINATUS.

Locusta marginata, Fabr. Ent. Syst. Suppl. 193 Bradyporus inarginatus,
Charp. Hor. Ent. 97. Burm. Handb. Ent. ii. 678 Onconotus
marginatus, Fisch. Orth. Eur. 210.

South Russia.

5. ONCONOTUS LAXMANNI.

Locusta Laxmanni, Fabr. Enl. Syst. ii. 45 Gryllus Laxmanni, Pallas,
Spicil. Zool. Fuse. ix. 20, pi. 2, f. 2, 3 Bradyporus Laxmanni,
Charp. Hor. Ent. 97. Burm. Handb. Ent. ii. 677. Fisch. de Waldh.
Orth. Ross. 203, pi. 9, f. 7.

Siberia.

6. ONCONOTUS MOISCHULSKII.

Motschulskii, Fisch. de Waldh. Orth. Ross. 206, pi. 31, f. 7.
Caucasus.



LOCUSTIDJK. 235



7. ONCONOTUS CORIACEUS.

coriaceus, Motsch. Fisch. de Waldh. Orth. Ross. 207, pi. 31, f. 9.
Caucasus.

Genus 33. PYCNOGASTER.

Pycnogaster, Graells, Mem. Real. Acad. Cien. Madrid, i. 2, 155. Fisch.
. Orth. Eur. 205 Ephippiger, Burm. Hand. Ent. ii. 677 Barbitistes,
Charp. Bradyporus, Ramb.

1. PYCNOGASTER INERMIS.

Bradyporus inermis, Ramb. Faune And. 57, pi. 4, f. 1, 2 Pycnogaster
jugicola, Graells^ Mem. R. Acad. C. Madrid. 1, 2, 155 Pycnogaster
inermis, Fisch. Orth. Eur. 206, pi. 11, f. 5, 6.
Spain.

2. PYCNOGASTER CUCULLUTA.

Bradyporus cucnllatus, Charp. Hor. Ent. 98 Ephippigera cucullata,
Burm. Handb. Ent. ii. 680 Pycnogaster cucullata, Fisch. Orth. Eur.
207, pi. 11, f. 7.

Hungary. Portugal. Algeria.

Genus 34. BARBITISTES.

Barbitistes, Charp. Hor. Ent. 98. Brullt, Blanch. Hist. Nat. Ins. iii. 28.
Ramb. Faune And. 53. Serv. Hist. Orlh. 477. Fisch. Orth. Eur.
211 Ephippiger, Serv. Rev.

1. BARBITISTES B^ETICUS.

Barbitistes Baetica, Ramb. Faun. And. 54, pi. 3, f. 1, 2 Baeticus, fitch'
Orth. Eur. 21 1, pi. 12, f. 1.

South Spain.

Genus 35. EPHIPPIGER.

Locusta, Fabr., Rossi, Kollar. Ephippiger, Latr. Fam. Nat. Ramb. Serv.
Hist. Orth. 473. Fisch. de W. Orth. Ross. 188. Blanch. Hist. Nat.
Ins. iii. 28 Barbitistes, Charp. Hor. Ent. 99. Brultt, Hist. Nat.
Ephippigera, Burm. Handb. Ent. ii. 679. Fisch. Orlh. Eur. 212.

1. EPHIPPIGER PERFORATUS.

Locusta perforata, Rossi, Faun. Elr. i. 267, pi. 8, f. 3, 4 Ephippigera
vespertina ? L. Duf. Rack. 347 Ephippigera perforata, Fisch. Orth.
Eur. 213, pi. 4, f. 7.

Italy.

2. EPHIPPIGER VITIUM.
Gryllus ephippiger, Fiebig. Schrift. Berl. Gesell. Naturf. Fr. v. 160, pi. 3,

f. 6 8 Locusta ephippiger, Fabr. Ent. Syst. ii. 44. Pam. Faun.

Germ. 33, f. 3. Latr. Hist. Nat. xii. 135; Gen. iii. 101. Panz.

Faun. 33, 3 Barbitistes ephippiger, Charp. Horae Ent. 99


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