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One zero one brief Cuts in Math someone Can Do will liberate the secrets and techniques of the paintings of calculation. it is going to elevate your energy of computation and thereby enable you get extra out of the mathematic you presently comprehend. you'll soon be surprised at your skill to unravel as soon as complicated difficulties fast.

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Tibiae without bristles and without a posterodorsal row of setae (Fig. 71) (one species, aliena Malloch, with a hair seam on hind tibia but without a row of strong posterodorsal setae). METOPININAE, BECKERININL . ; widespread throughout North America Frons with supra-antennal bristles proclinate or absent; when present, these bristles not strongly divergent. (Female of Lecanocerus with moderately diverging supra-antennal bristles (Fig. ) Rs fork. . 2I ed or simple 21. 22. 22 Wing fully developed (all males, some females) ....

I 46 Conicera ( Hypocerina 48 Cremersia ) sp. , 47 Neodohrniphora 49 Lecanocerus compressiceps d arnaudi d 50 [/lvrmosicarius texanus 9 Figs. 41-50. ; (47) Neodohrniphora arnaudi Borgmeier; (48) Cremersia spinicosra (Malloch); (49) Lecanocerus compressiceps Borgmeier; (50) Myrmosicarius texanus (Greene) (continued). )I 698 51 Auxanommaridia calif ornica 53 Pericyclocera floricola 55 Cataclinusa pachycondylae d d Syneura cocciphila 54 Physoptcra vesiculara g 56 lVetooina subarcuara ':' 57 Chonocephalus americanus 59 Acontistoptera melanderi d d I 52 rt'''\ \\\ PHORIDAE I \ 58 Pseudacteon onvx 9 60 Commoptera solenopsidis I Figs.

694 5l forms, bare or hairy; ocelli usually present, but reduced or absent in some apterous females. Antenna (Figs. 35-40) with scape and pedicel small and sometimes hidden by large first flagellomere; first flagellomere globose, oval, pyriform, con- ical, or retort-shaped, sometimes greatly enlarged, and sometimes varying in size and shape between sexes; arista apical, subapical, or dorsal in position, rarely absent pHoRTDAE but often mostly membranous, especially in wingless forms; seven spiracles usually present.

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