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Sergi Posted - 16/09/2016 : 17:18:40

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North Vietnam, Yen Bai Prov.
Size: 24 mm
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Francesco Posted - 05/01/2020 : 17:28:10
Niisato & Lien (2019) have finally synonymised these species and the correct name is now Acrocyrtidus argenteofasciatus (Pic, 1903)
Xavier Posted - 17/09/2016 : 16:05:54
Eduard looks at this forum, right now (just check in "members" section).
He can simply answer !
Sergi Posted - 17/09/2016 : 15:59:28
Soon I will meet with Eduard, I will ask about this topic.
Xavier Posted - 17/09/2016 : 15:39:47
I do not know. At MNHN Paris, E. Vives wrote a label " Acrocyrtidus argenteofasciatus (Pic, 1903) on a female specimen of Acrocyrtidus diversinotatus (Pic, 1903), but he never published such synonymisation. I do not know if it is serious or not. May be not.
I have not compared both specimens at MNHN. I should do.
Sergi Posted - 17/09/2016 : 15:26:37
Hi again Xavier, I have this male determined like Acrocyrtidus argenteofasciatus (Pic, 1903). Maybe it's a male of A. diversinotatus?? what are the differences between both species???

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Xavier Posted - 17/09/2016 : 09:44:02
Yes, Acrocyrtidus diversinotatus (Pic, 1903) femelle as holotype MNHN here.
Capitaine Posted - 16/09/2016 : 18:24:46
Maybe Acrocyrtidus ?

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