Oldroyd (1970)--Described Ancylorrhynchus striatus from Urundi (present day Burundi), recorded crux from the same country, and provided a key to 23 Afrotropical species (apicalis, braunsi, cruciger, crux, fulvicollis, funebris, humeralis, hylaeformis [sic, = hylaeiformis], insignis, maculatus, magnificus, munroi, nomada, nyukinus, pretoriensis, quadrimaculatus, reynaudii, splendens, striatus, susurrus
, unifasciatus, variegatus, zonalis).
s use of the pseudo-Lucianic Amores to show how the generic markers he has been tracing throughout the chapter (especially the lepidus susurrus
and mireris) not only are linked to another marker (sermo Milesius), but also they themselves originate in the Milesian Tales of Aristides.
Genitalia as in Figs 129-131 (Central Africa) susurrus
(Karsch, 1879) --Legs entirely orange, mesonotum orange with central blackish marking.
TAUTONYMIC SEQUENCE OVERLAPPING PALINDROMIC SEQUENCE 2-letter overlap 4T over 4P OGOGGO (Ethiopia) 4T over 6P SUSURRUS
6T over 3P BARBARA, TSETSES 6T over 5P CIUCIULUI (Romania) 8T over 4P BUNABUNAAN (Philippines) 10T over 3P INDELINDELE (Congo Republic) 10T over 5P ANTANANTANANA (Madagascar) an M + M + 3P SW and also a 10T + 3P SW 4T over 5P REREFER, ULULALU 4T over 7P SASARARAS 6T over 4P CINCINNI, CUSCUSSU 8T over 3P ANAPANAPA (web2) 10T over 4P KOUANKOUANNA (Mali) 3-letter overlap 8T over 5P GHARGHARAH (Afghanistan) 10T over 5P QUINAQUINANI (Peru) 9.
Although the arrangement of the volume is alphabetical by author, it opens appropriately with an essay on the Prologue by Luca Graverini ("A lepidus susurrus
of text echoed the dull hum of the omnipresent neon, a sound that can be oppressive.
All too soon, without any offer of seconds, the efficient waiters cleared away the empty bowls to a brief susurrus