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Gontran Posted - 20/02/2018 : 15:27:13

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This couple from Aceh, Sumatra, 10-12 mm.
Euryarthrum species?
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cerambyphil Posted - 01/05/2021 : 17:31:30
It is probably Euryarthrum inopinans Holzschuh, 2010.
This species has got a subspecies in Borneo with black antennae, but I think that in fact this species can have either black or testaceous antennomeres. I have got a specimen from Sumatra with totaly black antennae. This is probably the same possibility for the other species of this genus such as Euryarthrum albocinctum (= carinatum in my opinion) or E. bifasciatum, E. egenum, E. interruptum.

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