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lucanus Posted - 02/04/2021 : 12:50:54

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Peru, Nauta, 1.XII.1997
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lucanus Posted - 07/04/2021 : 17:40:53
Thanks Riana (Mike)!
//S
Riana Posted - 07/04/2021 : 08:28:30
Periboeum pubescens (Olivier, 1790)
lucanus Posted - 03/04/2021 : 10:09:33
@Pierre
the beetle is pasted on the piece of paper so unfortunately I can not see it. If necessary, I can do it later.
I compared it with specimens of Periboeum pubescens (Olivier, 1790) at the museum in Stockholm and it looks identical ...
lucanus Posted - 02/04/2021 : 18:27:08
Periboeum sp.?
Pierre Posted - 02/04/2021 : 13:03:21
Elaphidiini (= Phoracanthini).
Are the intermediate coxae open or closed?

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