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Tomohide Yasunaga, Jomsurang Duangthisan, Kazutaka Yamada and Taksin Artchawakom

, shallowly and sparsely punctate, with uniformly distributed, very short setae. Head tinged with maroon, strongly flattened anteriad, shallowly and irregularly punctate, somewhat broadened ventrad, narrowly carinate basally; compound eye small, flattened; ocellus contiguous to compound eye and basal carina

Tomohide Yasunaga

, Rubus hirsutus Thunb. (Rosaceae), which is assumed to be its breeding host (Maehara, pers. obs.). Cy. rufobrunnea Lee and Kerzhner, 1995 ( Figs 13 , 45 ) — Japan (Honshu, Kyushu), Korea. This unique maroon-colored species is known to be associated with raspberries, Rubus spp. Genus Dicyphus

Kirsten Nicholson, James McCranie and Gunther Köhler

having a unicolor dewlap (bicolor with a darker colored basal spot in N . cupreus and N . macrophallus ) that is Spectrum Orange (outer area pinkish rose, Maroon, Deep Vinaceous, Warm Sepia, or brown in N . cupreus ; outer area Flesh Color with Vinaceous tinge in N . macrophallus [see Köhler and Kreutz

Bernard F. Riess, Sherman Ross and Samuel B. Lyerly

ruby-throated hummingbird. He presented a wild bird with nine uniform-sized sugar-watered artificial flowers. Violet and red were the most frequently visited, with white, pink, green, blue, yellow, orange, and maroon following in order of decreasing frequency. Red, however, was reported as having 'the

Richard Hoffman

man / Internation Journal of Myriapodology 1 (2008) 39-54 50 Holotype: Adult male, length 33.5 mm, maximum width 4.7 mm (segments 6-14!), W/L ratio 14%. Color in life unknown, at present suggesting uniform red-maroon dorsally, with undersides and leg bases more yellowish. Structural features agreeing

Christopher P. Kofron

Costa Rica, maroon- red and pinkish-fawn with some olive on the sides (Peters, 1960). One specimen with pattern 2 in Costa Rica had a dorsum of lichen-green with brownish-yellow blotches, and creamy-white ventrolateral blotches (Taylor, 1951). ). 211 General comments. S. dimidiata is distinguished

Ambrose Jearld and Rudolph J. Miller

reddish-brown to maroon with iridescent blue bars. Me- dian fins also assume brilliant reddish and blue iridescent markings (see JEARLD, 1975 for a detailed description of both breeding and non- breeding color patterns). In C. chuna breeding males have the dark beard, but the species differs from

George van der Poorten and Nancy van der Poorten

-green above spiracular line and grass-green below (Fig. 62); f) 5th – band above and below spiracular line red, lower one with a touch of maroon; ground color grass green above and below spiracular line (Fig. 63) and g) pupa – black specks not always present, cell-spot often absent; cremaster brown with black

Sue Boinski, Laurie Kauffman, Erin Ehmke, Arioene Vreedzaam and Steven Schet

-yielding activity within this plantation colony (Sutlive et al., 1990; Hoefte, 2001). Only a few maroon villages far down stream of RV and the CSNR on the Coppename River within the coastal lowlands are documented in this historical record. Amerindians are recognized to have been present, but at only vaguely