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Platerodrilus wongi Masek & Bocak 2014

Description

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Body brown, head, pronotum, mesoscutellum and elytra yellow (Fig. 5). Head small, with eyes is slightly wider than frontal margin of pronotum, antennal tubercles deeply separated. Eyes hemispherically prominent, frontal interocular distance 2.4 times eye diameter. Antennae slender, compressed, reaching two thirds of elytra length, antennomere 3 1.1 times antennomere 2. Head and antennae covered with short dense pubescence. Pronotum transverse, 1.6 wider than length at midline. Anterior margin only slightly projected, anterior angles well marked, lateral margins almost straight, posterior margin shallowly bisinuate (Fig. 28). Elytra parallel-sided, with inconspicuous carinae. Elytra 3.0 times longer than width at humeri, elytra widest in apical sixth. Legs compressed, densely pubescent. Male genitalia with laterally compressed, slightly curved phallus with bulbous tip, parameres stout, long, with hooked tip, apical half of ventral edge serrated, phallobase wide, deeply emarginate (Figs 44–45).
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Michal Masek, Ladislav Bocak
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Masek M, Bocak L (2014) The taxonomy and diversity of Platerodrilus (Coleoptera, Lycidae) inferred from molecular data and morphology of adults and larvae ZooKeys 426: 29–63
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Michal Masek
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Ladislav Bocak
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Distribution

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Indonesia: Northern Sumatra.
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Michal Masek, Ladislav Bocak
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Masek M, Bocak L (2014) The taxonomy and diversity of Platerodrilus (Coleoptera, Lycidae) inferred from molecular data and morphology of adults and larvae ZooKeys 426: 29–63
author
Michal Masek
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Ladislav Bocak
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