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Cerambycidae of the World

Pachyta gorodinskii Rapuzzi, 2013

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Holotype
Female imago
Image from: Mun. Ent. Zool. Vol. 8, No. 1, January 2013 Author: P.Rapuzzi (c)
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Countries and regions
China (Qinghai)
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PRC
Description
Description of the Holotype: Length 20 mm, width 7 mm. Body entirely black. Head long, with dense, deep and rugulose punctures, denser on the vertex. Antennal tubercles prominent and acute. Front between eyes with a deep groove. All the head surface covered by long, thin, silvery erect hairs. Pronotum as long as wide, deep punctured. Sides with an obtuse tooth just up to the middle. Disk of pronotum with two large and flat callosities, the middle with a groove, more visible in the first half. Base of pronotum with a large transverse groove. Pronotum with dense, long, thin erect silvery hairs. Elytra long, convex, restricted towards apex. Shoulders obtuse, with a small groove between side and scutellum. Apex evidently convex truncate with a small acute tooth at the sutural side. Elytra shiny, with dense punctures, denser on the first third where is more or less rugulose; towards the apex it is more sparse but it still remains dense and deep. Elytra nearly glabrous except for very short and sparse erect silvery hairs. Scutellum triangular, long and matt due to a very dense and fine punctures. Legs very long and slender. Tibiae slightly curved, more pronounced on hind tibiae. Tarsi very long with the last joint very slender and long. Inner side of femora with a fringe of dense erect silvery hairs. Antennae slender, short, reaching the middle of elytra. Fourth joint shorter then third. Fifth joint longer than each other joint. Antennae glabrous, except for the first two joints that show very short brown setae. [Mun. Ent. Zool. Vol. 8, No. 1, January 2013]
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Genotype
Last revision
07 July 2017 22:39 by Arvids Barsevskis
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