On a new species of the genus Paussus, Paussus andreae, from Java
Notes from the Leyden Museum , Volume 1 - Issue 1 p. 44- 45
This new species is very closely allied to Paussus Ludekingii v. Voll. ¹) of Sumatra, but differs specifically in having the club of the antennae more slender and less swollen, and the elytra without distinct punctures ²). Both species belong to Westwood’s 3) section A (prothorax quasi bipartitus), b (antennarum clava postice excavata),* (species Asiaticae). I have named the species in honor of its fortunate discoverer, whose father-in-law kindly presented the specimen to the Leyden Museum:
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Ritsema Cz., C. (1879). On a new species of the genus Paussus, Paussus andreae, from Java. Notes from the Leyden Museum, 1(1), 44–45.