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Xaurus Posted - 17/06/2020 : 23:39:00
anybody knows atleast the genus of this small sps (5mm), maybe a Morimopsini or Parmenini from South-Yunnan.


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Xaurus Posted - 20/06/2020 : 19:54:21
yes it could be this sps, my friend revised the size of this spm with about 8-9mm, its more plausible, I'll ask him to check the 3 points you haven written Xavier.
Xavier Posted - 19/06/2020 : 23:52:31
Yes, I think the same, possibly Aconodes bulbosus Breuning, 1956.
Some points here:
-cheeks much longer than the lower lobes of the eyes
-head not very densely and rather coarsely punctuated
-finely granulated elytra base
Xaurus Posted - 19/06/2020 : 23:32:09
thanks for the description of A. bulbosa I don't know, it seem to fit atleast in some Points.
Xavier Posted - 19/06/2020 : 07:12:06

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Xaurus Posted - 18/06/2020 : 23:57:37
good idea Xavier, yes it should be an Aconodes sps, I don't know A. bulbosus Breuning, 1956 described from Thailand.
Xavier Posted - 18/06/2020 : 07:03:25
Is it close to this species ?

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