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Gontran Posted - 26/01/2019 : 21:05:58

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Quite close to Eburodacrys pilicornis Fisher, 1944.
But white spots slightly different and almost without lateral spines at posterior of elytra. Moreover, were collected in Rondonia, Ariquemes, Brazil and Tena, Ecuador.... which is rather far from other data mentioned: from Nicaragua to Colombia and Venezuela.
Thank for your help.
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Pierre Posted - 03/02/2019 : 20:24:19
Je ne vois que Eburodacrys pilicornis Fisher, 1944, femelles.
Les élytres quasi inermes ŕ l'apex, et les granules sur le disque sont assez typiques.

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