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Orthogonius coomanioides ( Dutch; Flemish )

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Orthogonius coomanioides is een keversoort uit de familie van de loopkevers (Carabidae).[1] De wetenschappelijke naam van de soort is voor het eerst geldig gepubliceerd in 2012 door Tian, Deuve & Felix.

Bronnen, noten en/of referenties
  1. Anichtchenko A. et al., (editors): Carabidae of the World. www.carabidae.org[dode link] (bezocht: 20 tot 28 maart 2013)
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29-03-2013
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Description

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Head and pronotum densely and intricately wrinkled, impunctate, microsculptural meshes densely isodiametric on head, pronotum and elytra. Head moderate, slightly longer than wide, eyes rather small, less prominent, labrum distinctly emarginate at frontal margin, sexsetose, clypeus bisetose; palpi normal; mentum and submentum each with a pair of setae; palpiger asetose; antennae extended to the shoulders of elytra, densely pubescent from antennomere 4. Pronotum strongly transverse, PW/PL=1.70-1.72, widest a little before middle; both fore and hind angles broadly rounded; lateral expanded margins wide, striate and more or less reflexed; transverse impressions well marked, median line clear. Elytra broad, strongly convex; EL/EW=1.63-1.64; sides parallel; apex roundly truncate; even intervals well bordered at base; striae deep, punctate-striate; intervals convex, even intervals much wider than odd ones (but less than twice as wide) and with coarser punctures extended to apical 1/3 of elytra; interval 3 with only basal and apical setiferous pores, middle pore absent; interval 5 with two setae near base; interval 7 narrow, distinctly carinate, with eight to nine setiferous pores. Legs moderate, fore tibia with outer angle very sharp and strongly protruded, outer margin hardly serrate; middle tibia distinctly dilated at apex, and strongly curved in median portion; hind tibia elongate, with tibial spurs moderately long, sword-like, sharp; hind femur moderately dilated, with four posterior setae; hind tarsomere 3 (1.2 times) longer than 4, tarsomere 4 deeply emarginate (a little more than half of the joint); all tarsal claws weakly pectinate. Prosternal process bordered at apex, middle coxa with several setae; ventrite VII of male complete at apex. Male genitalia (Figure 17): Short, and stout, ventral margin expanded strongly at middle portion, apex distinctly bent ventrally; dorsal opening very wide and long; apical lamella broad, but much longer than wide. Female. Unknown.
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Mingyi Tian, Thierry Deuve, Ron Felix
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Tian M, Deuve T, Felix R (2012) Orthogonius species and diversity in Thailand (Coleoptera, Caraboidea, Orthogoniini), a result from the TIGER project ZooKeys 164: 51–90
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Distribution

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Thailand. Known only from the type locality and other nearby site in Thung Salaeng Luang NP.
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Tian M, Deuve T, Felix R (2012) Orthogonius species and diversity in Thailand (Coleoptera, Caraboidea, Orthogoniini), a result from the TIGER project ZooKeys 164: 51–90
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Mingyi Tian
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Thierry Deuve
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