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loongfah Posted - 21/02/2015 : 16:25:49

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Xavier Posted - 01/03/2015 : 16:44:04
Xavier Posted - 01/03/2015 : 16:11:38
If it is not C. laotica Gres., it is a new species according to Titan database.
I add Gressitt description in few minutes.
loongfah Posted - 01/03/2015 : 16:07:00
Thanks a lot for the identification.
I checked with the description in Gressitt & Rondon and found no structural variation. It is also found in Thailand and Burma according to Ohbayashi.
horshehden Posted - 01/03/2015 : 15:13:43
It is very close, but...
I have seen several dozens of specimens from Laos, but none of them was like this one.
Xavier Posted - 01/03/2015 : 10:48:42
With Ohbayashi's key, it shoud be Capnolymma laotica Gressitt & Rondon, 1970 (elytra brown to reddish brown with pale buff pubescence forming more or less mottled arrangements, patches or bands; third antennal segment distinctly longer than fourth), like this one; it seems new for Singapore.
Francesco Posted - 01/03/2015 : 09:42:20
It seems to be Capnolymma.
The systematic position of the tribe is already discussed.

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