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Pyrops Clavatus


Pyrops Clavatus on cardboard

Origin: Thailand

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Pyrops Clavatus on cardboard

Pyrops clavatus is a species of true bug in the family Fulgoridae, in the genus Pyrops which are sometimes called “lanternflies”. This species is found in parts of northern and northeastern India, Myanmar, northern Thailand, southern China and northern Vietnam. The tip of the elongated head capsule is spheroidal, shiny and chestnut in colour while the remainder of the process is black with fine white spotting. The forewing has a variable patterning of black, grey and white. The hindwing is purplish white with the apical half black. Specimens have been obtained along the Himalayas west to Mussoorie (a specimen of which had the entire cephalic process dull red) but more often in Assam, Sikkim, Shillong and the Khasi Hills. (Wikipedia)

Origin: Thailand


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Pyrops Clavatus – Entiques
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