Onorius sp.

 

Original description: Frolov et al., 2019

Locality: Ecuador, Zamora-Chinchipe, Alto Marzo.

Depository: CEMT.

Diagnosis. This species differs from O. inexpectatus in the sculpture of the body: head is punctate with transversely elongate, sometimes adjoining punctures (punctures are round and relatively sparse in O. inexpectatus); pronotum with coarser ocellate punctures (punctures are smaller and not ocellate in O. inexpectatus); elytra with characteristic U- to V-shaped punctures each bearing a distinct yellowish seta posteriorly (punctures are round in O. inexpectatus; setae in the punctures are smaller, barely visible at the same magnification).

Distribution. The new species is known from only one locality, Alto Marzo in Zamora-Chinchipe province of Ecuador. 

Reference

Frolov A. V., Akhmetova L. A., Vaz-de-Mello F. Z. 2019. Contribution to the knowledge of the Neotropical canopy dwelling genus Onorius (Coleoptera, Scarabaeidae, Orphninae): another species from southern Ecuador and notes on the hind gut morphology in the Orphninae. Journal of Natural History. 53 (17–18): 1071–1077.

Onorius sp. female

Onorius sp.


 


 

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01/12/2020 - 21:03