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Max Posted - 23/01/2014 : 22:17:38

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A`m don`t know what it is, absolutely
Not an Egesina...Something around Gyarites but without of any spines.
5.5 mm, female, N Vietnam, Sa Pa reg., Hoang Lien Song nat. park
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Max Posted - 06/03/2018 : 22:45:24
Thank so much Xavier!
Xavier Posted - 06/03/2018 : 12:56:59
Paradriopea definita Holzschuh, 2017.
Max Posted - 24/02/2016 : 14:40:00
What concerns me, I agree absolutely with Andreas.
I will try to make intelligible image but later. I carefully looked yesterday at the structure on the soaked beetle and unable to accurately (one-valued) interpret it. I wouldn't like to demolish this small nice animal from my additional manipulations, so I'll try to draw what it looks like. :)
Xaurus Posted - 23/02/2016 : 23:29:53
dear both, I have the same sps from the same location, and the feature is a bit difficult to see, but I believe the cavities are closed to mesepimeron, also generally I think this belongs to Gyaritini, with small swellings at to pronotum disk.
Xavier Posted - 23/02/2016 : 19:32:53
Dear Max,
To find the tribe, you need to be sure....Could you make a picture ?
Max Posted - 23/02/2016 : 18:40:02
It seems to me as "open" variant.
Francesco Posted - 21/02/2016 : 12:57:40
Max, could you tell me if the mesocoxal cavities are open o closed?

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