Solomon Islands, Heteroclytomorpha: sexplagiata
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[quote][i]Originally posted by jplami[/i] [br]We don't see lateral spine of pronotum (pointed vs obtuse) to conclude with key of (Breuning,1950) implemented [url="https://lamiinae.org/subgroup-177-1800.html"]there[/url]. If pointed spine, it's Heteroclytomorpha sexplagiata Breuning, 1939; if obtuse spine, it's Heteroclytomorpha quadrinotata Blanchard, 1853. [/quote]
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Posted - 23/11/2020 : 23:23:39
I think to this species.
Data: 13-12-17 - Waimarau 100-250 m - Malaita Island - South Coast - Solomon Islands
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Posted - 24/11/2020 : 16:27:34
Thank you for that.
It's pointed as per picture, so
Posted - 24/11/2020 : 16:01:33
We don't see lateral spine of pronotum (pointed vs obtuse) to conclude with key of (Breuning,1950) implemented
If pointed spine, it's Heteroclytomorpha sexplagiata Breuning, 1939; if obtuse spine, it's Heteroclytomorpha quadrinotata Blanchard, 1853.
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