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cerambyphil Posted - 27/11/2017 : 15:03:57


Boulouparis, Mont Do, 8.5 mm
I don't know which genus it is.
I first thought of Bebius, but the procoxal cavity is open backward in my insect; then, I thought about Omotes (ex Exaeretiformis) but the antennae are longer than body.
I'm lost and I need help !
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cerambyphil Posted - 07/02/2019 : 17:43:42
This insect matches well with Omotes rostratus Vives & Sudre, 2019 female. Even if the antennae are longer than body. "antennae usually extending beyond posterior margin of pronotum" (Slipinsky & Escalona, 2016).

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