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Posted - 13/02/2017 : 14:39:34 373.37 KB
Loc: Kerala; may be a Grynex sp?
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Posted - 19/02/2019 : 00:31:00 interesting spm, I would say this belongs to Grynex or Paragrynex (I don't know both are really different genera).
Posted - 18/02/2019 : 08:41:59 This species has arcuate prosternal process which lies below the fore coxae...Hence, it should belong to the genus Paragrynex...diagnostic character to differentiate with the genus Grynex refer here...the genus has only one known species, Paragrynex ochreosparsus Breuning, 1940 but this not the one.