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Plumalexius Brothers, new genus.
Male. Pronotum forming a short convex band reaching tegula; propleura closely associated, anterodorsally exposed as a short neck, posteriorly swollen and transversely truncate; prosternum short and scarcely exposed medially; mesopleuron large and swollen; metasternum somewhat depressed. Forewing with pterostigma very large, seven closed cells (costal, basal, subbasal, marginal, first and second submarginals, first discal), second submarginal cell with long anterior margin, no accessory veins in apical membrane. Hind wing with closed cells (basal and subbasal at least), anal (vannal/plical) lobe well developed; jugal lobe absent. Coxae subglobose, trochanters inserted apically.