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Larry Bezark Posted - 30/10/2015 : 22:22:32

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124 mm from Crocker Range, Sabah, Borneo
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Xavier Posted - 01/05/2020 : 16:13:49
Borneostyrax cristatus Gabri¹, Kundrata & Trnka, 2016 ?
dryobius Posted - 31/10/2015 : 12:47:47
A worker in Czech (Gabris) is revising this group from Borneo, and I believe Jerome is assisting.
No word on when they will be done. I loaned my specimens to them over a year ago.
There are three genera recorded from this tribe in Borneo: Anexodus, Dolichostyrax & Pantilema. At least one new species, I believe.
Larry Bezark Posted - 31/10/2015 : 01:12:28
Very funny guys, and, yes I had to kill it with a baseball bat!

actually 14 mm.

Larry B.
Xavier Posted - 31/10/2015 : 00:12:18
Originally posted by Xaurus

your spms at least is really gigantic.

Xaurus Posted - 31/10/2015 : 00:03:58
maybe genus Anerpa Gahan, 1907, but I don't know this species well, your spms at least is really gigantic.
Larry Bezark Posted - 31/10/2015 : 00:00:51
Could be, thanks Xavier,

Larry B.
Xavier Posted - 30/10/2015 : 23:48:13
Possibly a Morimopsini

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