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loongfah Posted - 22/04/2015 : 11:51:23

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Is this a Dere sp?
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Xavier Posted - 20/02/2017 : 22:24:41
I think it is a Centrotoclytus sp.
dryobius Posted - 04/01/2016 : 18:32:35
Bicon sanguineus and luctuosus are very similar in body shape.
They are somewhat flattened. The Perak specimen looks more cylindrical. I hope somebody can tell us more
Xavier Posted - 04/01/2016 : 16:11:23
By seeing the list of Malaysian species, if it is a Bicon sp. , it should be a new one, no ? I do not know more.
dryobius Posted - 04/01/2016 : 15:58:42
Here is Bicon sanguineus from Sabah. The specimen from Perak is Tillomorphini, but I don't know the species from Sumatra, West Malaysia, Laos, etc. There are only a small number of genera described.
Is it a Bicon? Well, I don't know, but it is similar.

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Xavier Posted - 02/01/2016 : 15:32:19
a Bicon sp. may be ? but it seems not the only one known from Malaysia Peninsular ( Bicon sanguineus Pascoe, 1866 )
Xavier Posted - 02/01/2016 : 12:43:14
Ok with Dan, it does'nt look like a Dere sp. , I "feel" it is a Tillomorphini.
loongfah Posted - 02/01/2016 : 04:18:38
This is a different view, which seems to exhibit some of the features you mentioned.

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dryobius Posted - 22/04/2015 : 13:29:53
I doubt that it is a Dere sp. Pronotum and elytra are too narrow. Dere sometimes (maybe always) have apices of elytra externally spinose, at least in the species I have. Perhaps your specimen has that feature... I can't tell. Dere usually have much more clavate femora, and overall, their body is somewhat flattened. Perhaps it is a related genus.

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