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Posted - 03/11/2013 :  16:19:08  Show Profile  Email Poster  Visit Francesco's Homepage  Reply with Quote
1. Scape with dorsal granules; claws normal ... 2


-. Scape without dorsal granules; claws normal or opposite ... 3

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2. Scape without a ridge; body cylindrical; elytra without ridges (Worldwide except for Europe) ... Dorcaschematini (click on Gallery or on Forum for images)



-. Scape with an opened ridge; body large, stout; elytra with ridges and/or tufts of hairs (Tropical Asia and Africa) ... Ancylonotini (click on Gallery or on Forum for images)
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3. Scape long with a prominent ridge, giving to it a triangular aspect; body mostly flattened, stout; claws normal, mesotibiae often without a furrow (Worldwide, especially widespread in Asia) ....... Mesosini (click on Gallery or on Forum for images)




-. Scape relatively shorter, with a less prominent ridge, giving to it a more or less club-shaped aspect; other characters variable ... 4
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4. Dorsal eye-lobes atrophied; claws opposite; mesotibiae normal, body small (5-10 mm) (only one African genus) ... Oculariini


-. Dorsal eye-lobes always present ... 5
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5. Prosternum elongated; claws opposite; mesotibiae furrowed (Indo-Australian region) ... Gnomini (click on Gallery or on Forum for images)

-. Prosternum normal, short ....................................................... 6
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6. Mesocoxal cavities closed (separated from epimera); body small; interantennal space very narrow (Asia) ... Xenoleini (click on Gallery or on Forum for images)




-. Mesocoxal cavities open (connected to the epimera); body rarely small ... 7

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7. Claws normal (African species)............................... 8


-. Claws opposite (Worldwide species) ......................... 9
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8. Eyes coarsely granulated (nocturnal species) ... Prosopocerini (click on Gallery or on Forum for images)


-. Eyes finely granulated (diurnal species) ......... Sternotomini (click on Gallery or on Forum for images)
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9. Procoxal cavities posteriorly open; size large or very large (Asia and Australian region, two species in Africa) ... Batocerini (click on Gallery or on Forum for images)

-. Procoxal cavities posteriorly closed (Worldwide) ................................ Lamiini (click on Gallery or on Forum for images)
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