than the femora, armed beneath with a single long preapical spine
besides the apical pair ; spurs subalternate, the basal beyond the end
of the proximal third of the tibia, nearly twice as long as the tibial
depth, set at an angle of about 35 with the tibia and divaricating
about 80, their apical third or fourth considerably incurved ; inner
middle calcaria considerably longer than the outer, fully twice as long
as the others or as the spurs, but somewhat shorter than the first tarsal
joint. Hind tarsi about two fifths as long as the tibiae, the first joint
as long as the rest together, the second and fourth subequal, and each
about twice as long as the third. Cerci rather stout, tapering regu-
larly, about as long as the femoral breadth.
Length of body, 14.5 mm. ; antennae, 31+ mm. ; pronotum, 4.4 mm. ;
fore femora, 6 mm. ; hind femora, 13 mm. ; hind tibiae, 13.5 mm.
1 $ . Mt. Nebo, Utah, August, Putnam (Dav. Acad. Nat. Sc.).
July 20, 1894.
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