The Entomologist, Volumen13

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Simpkin, Marshall & Company, 1880

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Página 287 - This insect varies much; some resemble the ordinary varieties of conflua, others are in coloration more like N. dahlii, and others are very like N. brunnea ; all are darker than the normal N. festiva. Some have a hoary appearance, and indeed present such singular differences that I do not doubt, if the more remarkable aberrations were examined separately, they would in the absence of links, be regarded as distinct species
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