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L. Hart Posted - 22/08/2019 : 17:39:29

From French Guyana, Approx 56/57 mm
Confirmation please
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Golofa Posted - 04/09/2019 : 19:53:32
Indeed, P. crassidens does exist, but Physopleurus found in French Guiana has been confused with crassidens for more than 15 years. Delahaye and Tavakilian specified the difference. That's what I meant by that.
Capitaine Posted - 04/09/2019 : 14:02:46
"Really, I did just correct the old name of P. crassidens" ?
The crassidens and ubirajarai species are 2 valid species (see Delahaye & Tavakilian publication, 2015).
sebastes Posted - 04/09/2019 : 10:50:21
Thanks for clarification, Alain.
Golofa Posted - 03/09/2019 : 13:35:15
Really, I did just correct the old name of P. crassidens.
But, it is a female of Mallodon spinibarbis.
M.chevrolati don't exist in french Guiana.
sebastes Posted - 01/09/2019 : 08:01:46
Isn't that a female of Mallodon chevrolatii Thomson, 1867?
L. Hart Posted - 22/08/2019 : 21:42:56
Thank you Alain
Golofa Posted - 22/08/2019 : 19:26:06
Physopleurus ubirajarai Delahaye & Tavakilian, 2015

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