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Pierre Posted - 16/01/2011 : 18:20:30


Could this one belong to the genus Physopleurus?

Peru,
44 mm.
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Pierre Posted - 27/01/2017 : 20:12:11
Where can I find this revision?
Francesco Posted - 27/01/2017 : 16:21:25
After the last revision, the name of this species is simply Mallodon baiulus (Erichson, 1847).
Francesco Posted - 21/01/2011 : 17:32:30
It is a female of Mallodon dasystomus baiulus (Erichson, 1847).
Pierre Posted - 21/01/2011 : 06:40:19

Better seen in lateral view
Pierre Posted - 21/01/2011 : 06:39:21

Strongly bidentate
Francesco Posted - 20/01/2011 : 09:26:19

No, I though to the pro-episternal suture (arrow), which usually is bowed in all Physopleurus-females (images collected from Santos-Silva & Martins, 2003). In your specimen this suture seems to me right.
Moreover, the pronotum is smooth, while it is punctured in Physopleurus.
Hence, I think that it might be a female of Mallodon. Could you check the genae?
Pierre Posted - 17/01/2011 : 21:48:46

What detail is concerned? The process between the coxae?
Francesco Posted - 17/01/2011 : 21:19:05
I suspect it might be a female of Mallodon.
Please, could you add a picture of the ventral side of the prothorax?

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