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L. Hart Posted - 25/03/2015 : 17:20:30

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Hi
Closest I can come up with is Piesarthrius species.
31/32mm From Halmahera Is, Indonesia

I did have another but had normal antenna ? not feathered like this one
Possibly male and female ?
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cerambyphil Posted - 06/07/2015 : 22:29:49
No, it is not A.truncatus.
It is the other one with bi-flabelled antennae: Aprosictus bilineatus Ritsema, 1881 mle.
Here is the HT (after the meal of Anthrenus !).:



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Gerard Posted - 25/03/2015 : 17:41:09
Aprosictus truncatus Aurivillius 1916 mon avis.
Xavier Posted - 25/03/2015 : 17:32:32
Did you check the genus Aprosictus ?
A species with close habitus here.

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