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cerambyphil Posted - 27/03/2013 : 21:54:42

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Irian Jaya, Timikia, 18 mm
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Francesco Posted - 08/05/2021 : 11:56:55
Originally posted by cerambyphil

il provient de kuma kanda du Togo
La localité devrait être Kouma Konda. Cf. ici
cerambyphil Posted - 29/03/2013 : 12:24:21
Ces 3 specimens m'ont été donnés en échange par un collectionneur français. Je vais le contacter pour essayer d'obtenir la localité exacte. Merci pour tous ces renseignements.
Voilà, j'ai eu la réponse, il provient de kuma kanda du Togo; tout est si simple avec internet !
Francesco Posted - 29/03/2013 : 11:21:46
Pas de souci.
Il devrait s'agir de Freadelpha eremita gabonensis Breuning, 1954, répandue en Gabon et Congo... mais je ne sais pas si ce nom est valable car il y a une Freadelpha humeralis Thomson, 1858 (dessous) décrite du Gabon et considérée synonyme de la forme typique (ici).

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cerambyphil Posted - 29/03/2013 : 10:56:46
Yes, I've got a doubt because all my insects from indonesia were captured between 2002 and 2007. I have three females of this species that were captured in 1988 ! There must be a labeling error. I'm very sorry...
Xaurus Posted - 28/03/2013 : 23:35:33
I have collected many times W-Papua and never I sought such a sps from there - Francesco you should be right with the african sps. Last time there are different "bad" dealers making fakes with the origins, all of us please be carefull.
Francesco Posted - 28/03/2013 : 22:38:54
Originally posted by cerambyphil

Irian Jaya, Timikia, 18mm

Est ce que tu es sûr?
Il me semble juste une femelle de Freadelpha eremita...

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