(Storozhenko, Sergey Yu. 2013)
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- Clinophaestus Storozhenko, Sergey Yu., 2013, Zootaxa 3718: 164-164.
Description. Head in lateral view oblique (Fig. 25). Fastiguim of vertex produced far beyond anterior margin of eyes, forming triangular rostrum (Figs. 26, 27). Lateral ocelli in frontal view situated near the middle of eyes (Fig. 27). Antennae 8–11 -segmented; five mid segments are flattened and provided with apical projections; 2–3 apical segments are small and narrow (Fig. 24). Lower side of lateral lobes of pronotum without spine (Fig. 23). Fore and mid femora not sulcate above, upper carinae straight, gentle serrated, lower carinae weakly sinuated (Fig. 29). Hind femora stout; upper and lower carinae broadly rounded, serrated, without teeth (Fig. 28). Upper side of hind tibiae with lateral carinae gentle serrated; both outer and inner carinae with 4–6 almost equal teeth. First segment of hind tarsi almost equal to 3 rd segment (without claws); third segment distinctly swollen (Figs. 30, 31). Upper side of upper valve and lower side of lower valve of ovipositor with pointed teeth (Fig. 33). Composition. Two monotypic genera, Clinophaestus gen. nov. and Birmana from Thailand and Myanmar respectively.
- Storozhenko, Sergey Yu.; 2013: Review of the subfamily Tripetalocerinae Bolívar, 1887 (Orthoptera: Tetrigidae), Zootaxa 3718: 164-164. doi