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Sergi Posted - 13/02/2016 : 18:51:07

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From Pakistan, Sindh prov.
Size: 45 mm
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Capitaine Posted - 20/02/2016 : 10:51:05
Bonjour Thierry,
C'est toute la question pour moi ne connaissant pas cette dernière espèce (modicus). La taille moyenne pourrait donner une indication car le specimen de Sergi est petit pour un rugiceps. Mais tu connais mieux que moi la variabilité des priones....
Et effectivement l'aire de répartition peut aider, encore faudrait-il la connaitre précisément.
africaone Posted - 19/02/2016 : 19:08:22
seems to be not the same region (north esat for TL of modicus). is modicus really different ?
Capitaine Posted - 19/02/2016 : 17:56:35
it looks like a small male of A. rugiceps but another Anthracocentrus can be found in Pakistan A. modicus (Gahan, 1894) and I don't have any representation of it...
Carlo Posted - 13/02/2016 : 20:55:33
I think Anthracocentrus rugiceps (Gahan, 1894) but I'm not sure

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