On Haplosonyx sexplagiatus, Baly
Notes from the Leyden Museum , Volume 6 - Issue 1 p. 72- 72
A specimen from Sumbawa (v. Lansberge) which I have before me, agrees with the type of the above named species described from Flores. Another specimen from Java in my collection varies in the flavous abdomen spotted with black at the sides, in having the thorax two-spotted, and in the posterior oblong patch at the elytra which extends upwards to the middle. This species ought to be placed in Sphenoraia according to the present definition of the genus (Baly, Cistula 1879), as it possesses all the structural characters and is devoid of the basal elytral depressions as seen in Haplosonyx.
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Jacoby, Martin. (1884). On Haplosonyx sexplagiatus, Baly. Notes from the Leyden Museum, 6(1), 72–72.