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Clive Posted - 18/06/2019 : 11:01:20

Grateful for its identification.
Collected in Hong Kong.
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Francesco Posted - 03/04/2021 : 10:08:25
Originally posted by Clive

Could it be Allotraeus asiaticus?

Indeed. This species has been recently considering a subspecies of Allotraeus rufescens (Pic, 1923)
Clive Posted - 19/06/2019 : 11:06:25
I have examined the antennae carefully on both upper and ventral sides. Apparently they are not spined.

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Xavier Posted - 19/06/2019 : 07:02:17
I can't see on your picture if antennae are spined or not.
Clive Posted - 19/06/2019 : 04:04:35
Could it be Allotraeus asiaticus?
Clive Posted - 18/06/2019 : 17:41:41
Oblique view

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Xavier Posted - 18/06/2019 : 17:05:43
Ok, nice picture, but without the antennae... (and it's not a Ceresium sp.; may be a Phoracanthini ? )

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