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Anterior view (A) and posterior view (B) female weevil: profemur with weak, subacute, angulate, internal process and protibia with uncus and mucro present; and anterior view (C) and posterior view (D) of male weevil: profemur with strong, curved, subacute, tooth-like, internal process and protibia lacking an uncus.
Male fore tibia with a broad, obtusely angulate depression basally (Fig.
40, hy) long, with broad-based rounded-truncate dorsobasal lobe, posterior bridge dorsally and ventrally produced (rounded to slightly angulate in profile); hypandrial arms narrow basally, expanded apically (viewed laterally), with 2 setulae proximal to postgonite, the more lateral ventrally directed, the medial ventromedially directed (obscured by epandrium on Fig.
Mesonotum dark yellow with anterior and lateral portions blackish; clasping cercus without separate tubercle at base; basiphallus rather narrow without angulate posterior process in lateral view
sakalava Tsacas, which has a conspicuous basomedial keel on the distiphallus, shares the similarly-shaped hypandrium, with the broad-based, wide and angulate dorsobasal lobe and broad hypandrial arms, and this species is here tentatively ascribed to the same complex, pending a detailed phylogenetic analysis.
8 times greater than the depth; subapical teeth in front of the knee acute angulate, knee teeth angulate; the basal half of the dorsal carinae of hind femora smooth, the apical half with fine teeth.
Lateral margins of labrum broadly rounded posteriorly, not angulate .
Male with abdominal ventrite VII lacking long setae; male abdominal ventrite VIII unmodified, lacking spines; female with abdominal segment VIII bearing a small angulate tubercle posteromedially.
All femora are claviform and dentate internally; the internal margin of each tibia is strongly sinuate, meso- and the hindtibia is angulate or toothed on the outer edge towards the apex; tarsal claws are cleft, and subapproximate at the base.