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Larry Bezark Posted - 24/08/2018 : 20:04:04

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Anyone know the species?

10 mm from Lusaka
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Francesco Posted - 21/03/2019 : 19:04:48
The correct name is however Cordylomera inermis (Aurivillius, 1925).
Please, inform Titan Base
Larry Bezark Posted - 29/08/2018 : 22:52:21
Cordylomera:
1. from Zambia, dull pronotum with impunctate area down the center and laterally with vitta of white setae.

2 and 3. from Tanzania, pronotum metallic punctate throughout with no setal vittae.


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Larry Bezark Posted - 28/08/2018 : 17:00:22
Thank you, I will post a picture soon of the other "inornata/inerme"

Larry B.
Xavier Posted - 27/08/2018 : 15:03:11
In Titan database, Cordylomera inornata = Cordylomera inerme (Aurivillius, 1925).
Jrme Sudre Posted - 27/08/2018 : 14:27:13
Hello Larry

Normally inornata should have 1 longitudinal line composed of white bristles faded on each side of the pronotum and the median longitudinal line is normally (?) A line without punctuation.
As far as I'm concerned I've never seen inornata with the brilliant pronotum? Can it be something else? But I do not know particularly these groups .... the others either by the way .....
Larry Bezark Posted - 26/08/2018 : 19:31:07
Thanks Jerome, that is also what I thought.

The only specimen of that species I have, has the pronotum
shining metallic green and is completely punctured.

This specimen has the pronotum opaque black, with a longitudinal impunctate line down the center.

Larry B.
Jrme Sudre Posted - 26/08/2018 : 18:39:29
Vraisemblablement Cordylomera inornata Duffy

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