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Zhu Posted - 28/11/2016 : 10:30:24

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Zhu Posted - 29/11/2016 : 10:20:50
Sorry Dear colleagues, My deputy Mrs. Li Yang helped me to post yesterday shortly before work-off when the web-speed was very slow.
This longhorn was found in Equatorial Guinea timbers together with Jonthodes species.
The length is about 15 mm.
Xavier Posted - 28/11/2016 : 12:07:57
Dear Zhu,
From where is your specimen ? what is his length ?
Without any information, how do you think it is possible to look for a correct ID inside 15 000 species ?

Yes, very close to this specimen, but shorter, no ?
First, I thought to a Xenicotela sp.
Vitali Posted - 28/11/2016 : 11:44:24
Looks like African Acmocerini:
Acmocera conjux Thomson, 1858

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