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Sergi Posted - 13/02/2016 : 18:55:11

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From Congo, Luvulu.
Size: 44 mm
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Capitaine Posted - 14/02/2016 : 17:11:06
Finally, this specimen seems to belong to an uncommon form of spinicornis: C. spinicornis marchalli Gilmour,1956 which is caracterised by a clearer spotted pubescence on elytrae.
Here an other specimen from RCI:


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Capitaine Posted - 14/02/2016 : 10:52:49
Ceratocentrus spinicornis (Fabricius,1793) for the complete name
Sergi Posted - 14/02/2016 : 10:23:44
Gracias Francesco!! a por otros 1000 mensajes ms!!!
Thank you very much at all for your help!!
africaone Posted - 13/02/2016 : 22:59:10
drumonti has 12 antennomres and no inner elytra spines
then it is spinicornis
ps drumonti exists in Congo (RD, it is an atltitude forest species in Congo, Burundi and Runada (probably also Uganda)
Francesco Posted - 13/02/2016 : 22:58:00
Hey Sergi!
Many compliments for your 1000 messages!
Carlo Posted - 13/02/2016 : 22:24:31
but I think that C. spinicornis is also possible
Sergi Posted - 13/02/2016 : 22:20:53
Ok Carlo, thank you very much for the link!!
Carlo Posted - 13/02/2016 : 22:00:45
Look at http://www.prioninae.org/Acanthophorini.html
Carlo Posted - 13/02/2016 : 21:56:29
I'm waiting for expert's opinion but drumonti is from Congo also
Sergi Posted - 13/02/2016 : 21:48:11
Hi Carlo, Ceratocentrus drumonti is present in Congo??

Maybe my species is Ceratocentrus spinicornis??
Carlo Posted - 13/02/2016 : 20:40:51
Ceratocentrus drumonti Bouyer, 2006 ??

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