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" American rivers, he went out with a lantern to make an astronomical observation, accompanied by one of his black servant boys ; and as they were proceeding, their attention was directed to numerous beetles running about upon the shore, which, when captured,... "
An Introduction to the Modern Classification of Insects: Founded on the ... - Página 76
de John Obadiah Westwood - 1839 - 494 páginas
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Psyche, Volumes 27-28

1920
...Westwood (1839) has recorded that specimens of a Brachinus of large size from South America, when captured "immediately began to play off their artillery, burning...leaving a mark which remained for a considerable time." The odor of rose or hyacinth given out by certain Cicindelida*, or the fragrance exhaled by the European...
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On the Senses, Instincts, and Intelligence of Animals: With Special ...

Sir John Lubbock - 1888 - 292 páginas
...resembling a miniature gun. Westwood mentions, on the authority of Burchell, that on one occasion, " whilst resting for the night on the banks of one of...flesh to such a degree that only a few specimens could becaptured withthenaked hand, leaving a mark which remained a considerable time. Upon ob* Westwood,...
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On the Senses, Instincts, and Intelligence of Animals: With Special ...

Sir John Lubbock - 1888 - 292 páginas
...captured, proved to be specimens of a large species of 1'rachinns. On being seized, they immediately begun to play off their artillery, burning and staining the flesh to such a degree that only a few specimenscouldbecaptured withthenaked hand, leaving a mark which remained a considerable time. Upon...
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The Beauties of Nature and the Wonders of the World We Live in

Sir John Lubbock - 1892 - 429 páginas
...resembling a miniature gun. Westwood mentions, on the authority of Burchell, that on one occasion, " whilst resting for the night on the banks of one of...few specimens could be captured with the naked hand, and leaving a mark which remained a considerable time. Upon observing the whitish vapour with which...
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The Beauties of Nature and the Wonders of the World We Live in

Sir John Lubbock - 1892 - 429 páginas
...one occasion, " whilst resting for the night on the banks of one of 84 THE BEAUTIES OF NATURE CHAP. the large South American rivers, he went out with...few specimens could be captured with the naked hand, and leaving a mark which remained a considerable time. Upon observing the whitish vapour with which...
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Journal of the New York Entomological Society, Volumes 3-4

1895
...paper red. Westwood states that individuals of a large South American Brachinus on being seized ' ' immediately began to play off their artillery, burning...that only a few specimens could be captured with the native hand, leaving a mark which remained for a considerable time." The fluid ejected by another species...
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A Text-book of Entomology: Including the Anatomy, Physiology, Embryology and ...

Alpheus Spring Packard - 1898 - 729 páginas
...paper red. Westvvood states that individuals of a large South American Rrachinus on being seized " immediately began to play off their artillery, burning...leaving a mark which remained for a considerable time." The fluid ejected by another species, in Tripoli, blackened the fingers of the collector. " It is neither...
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A Text-book of Entomology: Including the Anatomy, Physiology, Embryology and ...

Alpheus Spring Packard - 1898 - 729 páginas
...blue paper red. Westwood states that individuals of a large South American Brachinus on being seized "immediately began to play off their artillery, burning and staining the flesh to such a degree TEXT-BOOK OF ENTOMOLOGY that only a few specimens could be captured with the naked hand, leaving a...
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The Leisure Hour, Volume 42

1893
...when captured, proved to be specimens of a large species of Brachinus. On being seized, these beetles immediately began to play off their artillery, burning and staining the flesh of the capturer to such a degree that only a few specimens could be captured with the naked hand, and...
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Entomology: With Special Reference to Its Biological and Economic Aspects

Justus Watson Folsom - 1906 - 485 páginas
...staining the human skin a rust-red color. Individuals of a large South American Brachinus when seized " immediately began to play off their artillery, burning...leaving a mark which remained for a considerable time." (Westwood.) As malodorous insects, Hemiptera are Osmeterium of Papilio notorious, though IlOt a few...
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