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Xavier Posted - 07/01/2019 : 12:33:20

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20 mm, Mindanao, Philippines. Strange, isn'it ?
It should be Euryphagus pictus (Voet, 1778).
I have to find more specimens to check the synonymy with Euryphagus maxillosus (Olivier, 1795) by comparing aedeage.
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Francesco Posted - 28/04/2020 : 22:49:37
Indeed
Xavier Posted - 28/01/2019 : 15:49:28
Thank you !

Do you think that this female, from Philippines too, belongs to the same species ?


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Francesco Posted - 28/01/2019 : 15:31:51
E. pictus and maxillosus are the same species.
The problem is the validity of Voet's name.

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