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2 Apical processes of parameres (Fig. 169-170) projecting laterally, not visible from side, tip of paramere not appearing at all hooked in profile (although hook-like processes often visible from above); parameres elongate, usually lacking prominent basal angle. Male and female with trituberculate cephalic carina. Mesoamerican (Fig. 172) ...................... pluto species group Apical processes of parameres (Fig. 217) elevated dorsally, tip (viewed from side) appearing acutely hooked, usually projecting above dorsal surface; parameres (viewed from side) strongly triangular, base extending well below lower margin of phallobase as heel-like protuberance.
Minas Gerais – Poco de Caldas (Jan, Dec); Poços do Coicos (Dec). Rio de Janeiro – 17 km E Nova Friburgo, 22o23’04”S 42o33’30”W, 750 m (Jan); Mury, 8 km E . Nova Friburgo, 22o21’49”S 42o33’07”W, 1150 m (Jan); Itatiaia, 700 m (Feb, Nov); Tijuca Forest (Jan). São Paulo – Catareira (Mar); Piauiti; 50 km SE Mogi das Cruzes, Estacão Biológica Boraceia (Serra do Mar), 800-900 m (Oct, Dec); Bocaina (Apr). Comments. Olsoufieff’s (1924) erroneously synonymized P. perseus Harold with C. cerberus (see comments under C.
Lectotype male (des. by Arnaud, 1982:115), Muséum National d’Histoire Naturelle, Paris (examined by photo). Diagnosis. General – Dorsum black or brown, lacking metallic coloration. Clypeal margin noticeably angulate or explanate lateral to median teeth (Fig. 124, 127). Pronotum weakly granulose anterolaterally, disk smooth except for elongate, anteriorly narrowed depression filled with coalesced coarse granules often mixed with punctures extending from posterior margin toward middle of disk (Fig.