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Max Posted - 19/10/2014 : 20:36:44

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Neotropical puzzle
This nice lycidoid-like beetle from Costa Rica (Limon prov., Guapiles, female, 9,5 mm) is pictured here in the shot from Steven Lingafelter (from Nicaragua) but have no bearing on the Type (on the same page)
The animal is very similar to Ichimauna angaba (here) but the Type have a very long scapus (maybe, sexual dimorphism ??) anyway, this confuses me

And finally i found it :
Why not... Help!

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