elytra of Melolontha vulgaris when the hairs are rubbed off.
elytra entire at the sides; intermediate tibi with two spurs.
(Dytiscus) have their elytra deeply grooved, and in Acilius sulcatus thickly set with hairs, as an aid to the male.
More, the wings are of the colour of the elytra, and without any white spots.
Bugs should be pinned through the scutellum, as the small triangular piece between the elytra is called.
elytra also, as far as my observation goes, are never diaphanous.
Color of venter and parapodia grey; elytra at present grey over a fulvous ground.
Shoulders of the elytra of Prionus coriarius, and of many other Coleoptera.
Their subsidiary instruments of flight are their wing-cases (elytra), and in one instance, winglets (Alul).
When they are a process from the disk of the under surface of the elytra.
1774, plural of elytron "hardened wing of an insect," from Greek elytron "sheath," from elyein "to roll round," from PIE root *wel- "to turn, roll," with derivatives referring to curved, enclosing objects (see volvox).