This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1908 Excerpt: ...porose areas rounded, small, far apart; auricula forming a retrograde spine. Chelicera? Hypostome 212 or 3(3, the marginal teeth stout. ...Read MoreThis historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1908 Excerpt: ...porose areas rounded, small, far apart; auricula forming a retrograde spine. Chelicera? Hypostome 212 or 3(3, the marginal teeth stout. Palps long; article 1 with a short retrograde point ventrally, article 2 scarcely longer than 3. Legs long, brown; spurs on coxa I, the internal very long; a simple pointed prominence at the postero-external angle of coxae II-IV. Tarsi long, tapering gradually. Description, by Neumann, based on 2 $s (mutilated) collected by Hassall from Procyonlotor, from New Mexico (Smithsonian Institution). 6. IXODES MINOR Neumann, 1902. Figs. 155-159 (Figs. 156-159 original). Lit. and Icon.: Neumann, 190-2, pp. 109-111, Fig. 1 (reproduced). Male (Figs. 155-158): Body: L. 145, W. 08 mm. at the posterior third, inaroon-brown. Scutum convex, glossy, marginal fold very narrow with deep marginal groove; cervical grooves narrow, superficial, diverging and extending to about the middle of its length; punctations numerous, deep, uniform; hairs whitish, lying flat, scattered. Venter: sexual orifice broad, between coxae III; median plate longer than wide, pentagonal, with numerous large punctations; anal plate smooth, narrow anteriorly, broad posteriorly, with sides diverging considerably; adanal shields trapezoid, slightly broader anteriorly, with fine punctations; long Fig. 155. Fig. 156. Fig. 155. /. minor i: venter. (Neumann, 1902, Fig. 1.) Fig. 156. /. minor J; venter (L. 1-73 mm.), from the type mounted in balsam. (Neumann coll. Original, G. H. F. N. del.) hairs fairly abundant over the whole ventral surface. Spiracles large, slightly oval. Capitulum (Fig. 157) long (045 mm.), with base about as broad as long, subrectangular, sides rounded, cornua very prominent. Hypostome (Fig. 158) long, slightly lanceolate, on each border two rows of 8 st...Read Less
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