male or female ? there is still a bit confusion in this part of the jaspideus-group, I think it's T. sexmaculatus Breuning & deJong, 1941 described from W-Papua. T. laensis is very similar, the male has a different pronotum as the posted spm
After checking, I think Andreas is right. T. laensis has a broad dull oblique band behind the base of the elytra. This band bear an oval ochreous spot near middle at the end of basal 1/4 and a similar smaller spot on side just anterior to middle of the elytra.
that is to say that the light spots are embedded in a dark brown background, while for T. sexmaculatus, the 3 discal and lateral spots are bordered with black, as for you specimen.