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Xaurus Posted - 24/10/2013 : 22:50:37

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Dear Francesco,

I've made a picture from Rhytidodera integrifrons Heller, 1897 from Sulawesi, maybe you can add this sps to the wonderful key of the genus, but I don't know the differentiation in this time.
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Xaurus Posted - 28/10/2020 : 00:45:27
Dear Gerard,

recently I don't know if you are right because my spms still in the coll of CH, there are 4 spms from Sulawesi, and he add only 1 female to R. gerstmeieri as a PT, the other 3 ??. I remember there are remarkable differences in the structure the pronotum surface.
The left spm (1)seems to be a R. integrifrons.

Gerard Posted - 27/10/2020 : 17:42:52

Je reviens sur ce poste, je viens de recevoir l'article de Carolus.
Ma conclusion est
1 Rhytidodera integrifrons Heller, 1897
2 Rhytidodera gerstmeieri Holzschuh, 2020

La différence est surtout au niveau de l'apex des élytres.
Francesco Posted - 25/10/2013 : 09:44:15
Dear Andreas,
thank you very much for your picture, which I have moved here in order to reorganize the key.
I overlooked this species since I though nearly incredible a so disconnected distribution, but I have to reconsider my opinion.

Dear horshehden,
your specimens seems to me similar, with a teratologic left antenna..
Xavier Posted - 25/10/2013 : 09:29:47
horshehden Posted - 25/10/2013 : 08:29:22
Interesting. And what about this specimen from Sulawesi?

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