from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Situated below or near a suture: as, a subsutural spot.


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  • Elytra with a subsutural, impressed, punctured stria. —

    Transactions of the American Philosophical Society

  • Body dark piceous, impunctured; antennae, labrum and palpi honey - yellow: thorax with pale piceous anterior and basal margins; lateral margin with eight or nine hairs; dorsal line almost obsolete; basal im - pressions dilated, oval; elytra with the basal, exterior and apicial mar - gins paler piceous; striae obsolete, excepting the subsutural and late - ral ones; a series of large punctures behind the middle of the exterior margin;/eet pale honey-yellow. —

    Transactions of the American Philosophical Society

  • Body piceous-black, punctured; head indented, with numerous, small punctures above; mouth piceous; antennae fuscous, piceous at base; thorax with five grooves, of which the exterior ones are dilated and not deeply impressed; densely punctured; anterior angles not acute; elytra dull rufous, with small hairy punctures; a subsutural im - pressed line and another from the humerus not reaching the tip; ter - gum black with a piceous tinge; feet yellowish-white; tibiae and tarsi a little darker. —

    Transactions of the American Philosophical Society

  • 460 DESCRIPTIONS OF AND OBSERVATIONS ON ehjtra entirely black; a subsutural stria, and an abbreviated one on the middle, near which is another obsolete one, and many rather large dis - tant punctures; exterior margin impunctured; feet blackish piceous; tarsi pale rufous. —

    Transactions of the American Philosophical Society


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