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Gontran Posted - 19/02/2018 : 22:45:34
Sabah, Tawau, 15mm.

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Gontran Posted - 20/02/2018 : 19:12:21
Thank you Dan for your help. This one from Tawau looks indeed like pubiventre. It has some pubescence underneath but I compared with Holzschuh's paratypes and I see these have not a flat elytral disc as we can see on pubiventre or Sumatra's carinatum. Antennae first segments are also different. I agree that these species are already so difficult to do in hand, so only a photograph is not enough. Anyway this step will make me look closer. Thanks also for your other Euryarthrum IDs.
dryobius Posted - 20/02/2018 : 17:53:55
Perhaps E. pubiventre

Some of these species are difficult to do even if you have them in hand. By photograph, it is not reliable....

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