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Pierre Posted - 17/10/2020 : 11:32:05

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This one made me thinking of something from the Torneutini tribe. With 12 antennal joints... genus Dragoneutes Martins & Monné?

Argentina, Santiago del Estero, Frias. 24 mm.
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Pierre Posted - 28/10/2020 : 14:55:38
Our colleagues Antonio Santos-Silva and Juan Pablo Botero have studied this specimen and compared with what they have at hand.
This should be a female of Dragoneutes baculus (Gounelle, 1913).

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