[ Last edited by hkmoths at 2015-2-8 10:33 ]作者:
hkmoths 時間: 2007-6-25 12:54
possibly Thyrassia penangae, but the colours on the abdomen look a little different. I'll seek a second opinion from Yen Shen Horn, who knows more on these matters than I do.
hkmoths 時間: 2007-11-17 10:11
Still haven't heard anything from Yen. This should prove to be a species of Lophosoma. There are a couple of old records of this species from Hong Kong, including a specimen collected by James Young in the late 1980s, though it has lost most of the colour.
XJfanz 時間: 2015-2-8 02:32
I think the one missed should be that one. right??
The forewing veins are a good match for the "Lophosoma" species, but the colour markings on the body are unique! I suspect this is something different again, maybe an "Illiberis" (in the broader sense of this genus) species.....
Still a lot of work to do to find out what species there are in Hong Kong.....作者:
nadia 時間: 2015-2-9 09:16
Could it be Rhagades pruni chinensis?
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