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Sergi Posted - 28/11/2021 : 14:15:34

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From Kenya. Size: 9 mm
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Jrme Sudre Posted - 03/12/2021 : 18:51:42
Look at I flavovittatus if the articles are strongly arched and curved at their apex letting appear a stump, it is logically him (not necessarily very visible on the photograph here) if these articles are slightly curved with an apex or this stump is not very visible it would be I cristulatus?
In any case look in one of the two directions, personally I will opt for the first (flavovittatus)

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