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This new species is recognized by the dark brown maculae on the frons, the thickly set silvery and golden setae on the basal two thirds of the corium and clavus, intermixed with long, erect, bristlelike setae, and the male genitalia.
Hemelytron: Clavus and basal two thirds of corium thickly covered with silvery, scalelike setae; base of costal area along claval commissure and inner margin of clavus with golden scalelike setae, intermixed with long, erect, bristlelike setae on clavus and corium.
This species is distinguished by the constricted hemelytra; the thick patches of silvery and golden scalelike setae on the basal two thirds of the corium and clavus, intermixed with long, erect, bristlelike setae having a circular, seta-free patch at the base of each; and the male genitalia, especially the L-shaped right and left parameres and the distinct simple spiculum on the endosoma.
Clavus and basal two thirds of corium thickly covered with silvery, scalelike setae, with golden scalelike setae on base of costal area along claval commissure and inner margin of clavus, intermixed with long, erect, bristlelike setae on clavus and corium, with the bases of most encircled by a clear seta-free area.
Integument: Body surface dull, roughly punctate, and not conspicuously tuberculate; antennal segments I to III densely tuberculate; antennal segments I to IV, legs, and abdominal sterna clothed with short semidecumbent to decumbent silvery bristlelike setae; femora not tuberculate.
Integument: Body surface dull, roughly punctate; antennal segments I to III densely tuberculate; antennal segments I to IV, legs, and abdominal sterna clothed with short, semidecumbent to decumbent, silvery, bristlelike setae.
Integument: Body surface dull, roughly punctate, in great part roughly tuberculate; antennal segments I to III densely tuberculate; antennal segments I to IV, legs, and abdominal sterna clothed with short, semidecumbent to decumbent, silvery, bristlelike setae; femora dorsally and ventrally conspicuously serrate
Legs: Femora almost with setae, scattered bristlelike setae on ventral surface; tibiae with moderate distribution of semierect, pale, simple setae, mostly on ventral surface, densest on foretibiae.
As regards the mouthpart sensilla, the latter authors mention only <<short and blunt sensilla basiconica situated on low sockets on the dorsal galea zone, numerous bristlelike sensilla trichodea on the external wall of the galea base, no sensilla in the food canals>>.
Antenna: Segment I, set with black, sparsely set (each separated by the length of a seta), recumbent simple setae, with three longer, erect, black, bristlelike setae on inside near apex; segment II with numerous recumbent, black, simple setae, sparsely intermixed with relatively long, erect black setae; segments III and IV thickly set with recumbent pale setae.
Left paramere: moderately splayed out; relatively elongate, strongly sclerotized, distally recurved apophysis or posterior process; anterior process sclerotized, fingerlike projected medially and sitting flat in repose, hooked over proctiger; additional process on anterior dorsal margin present, moderate size, weakly pointed apically, oriented in plane of anterior and posterior processes; few elongate, bristlelike, ventrally projected setae medially along outer posterior margin of apophysis.
Legs: Femora with sparse distribution of semierect simple setae; tibiae with decumbent simple setae, more dense distally, intermixed with bristlelike, semierect setae.
DIAGNOSIS: This species is recognized by the following combination of characters: slender species (Figs 9, 10), dorsum mostly fuscous, with orange and white markings; clypeus elliptoid, distally rounded (Figs 2b, 4c, f); frontal plate evenly arcuate, obtusely tapered posteriorly (Figs 2a, b, 4c, d); first antennal segment elongate, bottle-shaped (Figs 2b, 9, 10); second antennal segment cylindrical (Figs 9, 10); labium short; hind tibiae linear, with elongate, pale bristlelike setae; genital opening of pygophore without tubercles (Figs 2g, h, 11a); left paramere L-shaped (Fig.
Head: Leading edge of frontal plate with sparse distribution of short setae; clypeus with sparse distribution of dark, more robust setae; vertex and gula with moderate distribution of more elongate setae; Legs: Femora with moderate distribution of semierect simple setae; tibiae with decumbent simple setae, more dense distally, inter-mixed with bristlelike, semierect setae, latter longer than tibial width.
Legs: Moderate distribution of elongate, semierect setae; tibiae with elongate setae more bristlelike, intermixed with shorter more decumbent setae.