By I. Lobl, A. Smetana
This sequence covers approximately 100,000 species of Coleoptera identified to take place within the Palaearctic area. the data supplied for every species is as follows: basic taxonomic details of all to be had names within the genus and species degrees released by means of the tip of 1999; the taxonomic info lower than subfamily, prepared alphabetically; and the kind species of genera and subgenera, together with synonyms. the world lined contains the Arabian Peninsula, Himalayas, and China, and the distributional information of species and subspecies is given consistent with state. designated distributional info for strict endemics is given, and brought species are indicated. is a collective paintings of approximately 100 coleopterists from Europe, Japan, the United States, and Australia.
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Above dull black (1h) or green except for a bold white spot or triangle midway along edges of elytra and a small “C”-shaped mark at rear end of elytra. unicolor—open scrub forest of southeast; above shiny blue, blue-green, or yellow-green with no maculations. rugata—confined to eastern Texas and adjacent Louisiana and Arkansas; above shiny blue to blue-green with no maculations. flavoviridis—restricted to north central Texas; above highly metallic yellow-green or chartreuse usually with no maculations or at most two tiny ivory spots on outer edges of elytra.
Above the green or greenish-blue head and thorax contrast with brick red elytra (1a). Maculations reduced to short lines and dots. Local color variant in northwestern Louisiana and adjacent Arkansas to Dallas area of Texas, “ludoviciana,” with greenish-blue elytra (1b). (p. 97) 2 Green Claybank Tiger Beetle, Cicindela denverensis Throughout grasslands of Great Plains. Above all green with thin and usually reduced maculations (2a). Rarely some individuals have more complete maculations (2b). (p.
Maculations absent, thin and unconnected or broadly connected along or above outer edge of elytra. Body shape long and thin with relatively straight and parallel outer elytral edges. (p. terricola—above black, blue, or dark brown with maculations absent in northwestern Minnesota, North Dakota and adjacent parts of Manitoba and Alberta; more complete maculations (1b) in overlap areas with cinctipennis along the eastern base of the Rocky Mountains. Blue forms (1c) are common in some areas. cinctipennis—lower elevations of Colorado, New Mexico, and Arizona north to Alberta and Yukon; above brown, brownish-green, green (1e), or blue with complete maculations that are joined along outer edge of elytra.