unicolorous

unicolorous

(ˌjuːnɪˈkʌlərəs)
adj
(of antennae, head, body, etc) of one colour
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flexuosus (Pascoe, 1881) from Brazil it differs by the granular pronotum, unicolorous scales on the elytra and carinate elytral intervals.
bifasciatus Hustache, 1926 7' Elytra with unicolorous scales 8 8.
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)).
All known specimens (only 3!) 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 Generic descriptions
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.