unicolorous

unicolorous

(ˌjuːnɪˈkʌlərəs)
adj
(of antennae, head, body, etc) of one colour
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By its unicolorous elytral integument and shape of the body, the new species closely resembles Orphinus (s.
Wing unicolorous, with cross-veins at most clouded in the Afrotropical species (there are numerous Oriental species with a patterned wing (Hayashi 2008a, b)).
are unicolorous light green, with knee arch and hind tibia weakly tinged with light brown.
discifer, it can be distinguished by the toothed claws; from both, by the larger size, long almost unicolorous second antennal segment, and the color pattern of the head and hemelytra (Fig.
Female mandible with about 20 small teeth; respiratory horn of pupa slender, with 12-15 spiracles; larval head unicolorous pale brown F.
Dorsum without dorsal patterns or elytral fasciae; dorsal and ventral surface unicolorous black (Figs.
Second abdominal segment of female without any elaboration of medial carina; lateral lobes of male pronotum unicolorous, without a pale stripe; first abdominal tergite often ringed by a pale band, vivid in male Rhicnoderma Gerstaecker
Antenna almost unicolorous dark brown; segment II a little longer than basal width of pronotum.
Body coloration varying from green, brown to fulvous, mostly bearing special markings on anteclypeus; lateroapical parts of frons, otherwise unicolorous throughout.