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Tuy Posted - 31/08/2010 : 06:48:14

I think it is classified in Epepeotes sp.
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Francesco Posted - 18/02/2011 : 15:11:18

I was wrong: it is a male of Mesocacia multimaculata (Pic, 1925).
At side the original drawing of Mesocacia assamensis Heller, 1926, a synonym of the previous species.
Francesco Posted - 31/08/2010 : 10:31:45
No, it belongs to Mesosini; please, let's observe the first antennal joint, which is typically long and triangular.
It seems to me a male of Golsinda basicornis Gahan, 1894, but I have to check the material in the collection.

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