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BillTyson
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Posted - 28/04/2015 :  22:43:49  Show Profile  Email Poster  Reply with Quote

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Burgudidi, 19 mm
Choeromorpha sp?

Edited by - Xavier on 28/01/2016 00:19:17

jplami
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Posted - 28/04/2015 :  23:16:24  Show Profile  Email Poster  Visit jplami's Homepage  Reply with Quote
It seems to be Choeromorpha sulphurea Pascoe, 1865 but I don't know this colored form.

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BillTyson
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Posted - 29/04/2015 :  07:44:28  Show Profile  Email Poster  Reply with Quote
Its much darker than the other sulphurea I have. Perhaps just an old specimen. thanks
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Bennyboymothman
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Posted - 29/04/2015 :  21:58:23  Show Profile  Email Poster  Visit Bennyboymothman's Homepage  Send Bennyboymothman a Yahoo! Message  Reply with Quote
Like this one http://www.cerambycoidea.com/forum/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=3405
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BillTyson
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Posted - 30/04/2015 :  17:09:24  Show Profile  Email Poster  Reply with Quote
Yes, but the elytral marking are all the orange color.
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Francesco
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Posted - 22/02/2018 :  19:40:36  Show Profile  Email Poster  Visit Francesco's Homepage  Reply with Quote
This should be the true C. sulphurea, corresponding to Pascoe's original drawing.


Agelasta sulphurea Pascoe, 1865, pl. VII, fig. 6

Breuning (1939) wrote that this species is rarely white; then, he described this white form as Choeromorpha albovaria Breuning, 1954.
Actually, it is the same species, since the type of sulphurea is white.
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