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Jeff
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Posted - 19/02/2017 :  09:15:04  Show Profile  Email Poster  Reply with Quote

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Na Hin, juin 2015, 8 mm, à priori un Epipedocera, mais lequel?

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Edited by - Xavier on 20/02/2017 11:30:09

Xaurus
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Posted - 20/02/2017 :  00:36:04  Show Profile  Email Poster  Reply with Quote
check Centrotoclytus Motsch., 1863
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Xavier
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Posted - 20/02/2017 :  10:19:07  Show Profile  Email Poster  Reply with Quote
Centrotoclytus minutus n. sp.
Castaneus, thorace obscuriore,. elytris apice membrisque rufescentibus; antennis apice paulo dilatatis; thorace ad medium late dilatato, postice albo marginato; scutello albo; elytris apice fortiter bidentatis, ad medium breve eburneo fasciatis, externe minute carinatis, sparse punctatis.
Long. 5 mill. Tonkin. - Peut se placer près de asperatus Auriv.


Possiblement Centrotoclytus minutus Pic, 1925 décrit du Vietnam. Le type de cette espèce est au MNHN, mais je ne le connais pas (aucune mention en tout cas dans la faune du Laos).

Gressitt (1970) mentionne Centrotoclytus carinatus Gahan, 1906 du Laos; c'est aussi une espèce rougeâtre, mais qui a été décrite des îles Andaman. Il est probable que Gressitt ne connaissait pas l'espèce de Pic.


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