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- Pselaphodes jizushanus Yin, Li & Zhao, 2011a: 471.
Additional material examined
1 ♂, labeled ‘CHINA: Yunnan [CH07-15], Baoshan / Pref., Gaoligong Shan, 29 km ESE / Tengchong, 24°55'37"N, / 98°45'09"E, / 2350 m, dev. decid. forest, litter, wood, / fungi sifted, 1.VI.2007, M. Schülke’ (cSch).
Diagnosis and description
Yin et al. 2011: 471; Figs 15A, 16. Measurements: BL 3.10, HL 0.63, HW 0.59, PL 0.63, PW 0.62, EL 0.80, EW 1.14, AL 1.04, AW 1.12; eyes each composed of about 40 facets. Aedeagus length 0.51, with slightly asymmetrical median lobe (Figs 16J–L).
Southwest China: Yunnan.
Notes. This species was originally described based on a single male (Type-locality: Jizushan Mountain, ca. 25°57'37"N, 100°22'44"E, alt. 2400 m). The aedeagus of the holotype was unfortunately lost. Here we record a second male specimen of this species from Tengchong, Gaoligong Mountain, about 200 km southwest from the type locality, and have illustrated its aedeagus.
- Yin, Z; Li, L; 2012: Notes on Michael Schülke’s pselaphine collections from China. – Tyrini. I. genera Labomimus Sharp, Linan Hlaváč and Pselaphodes Westwood (Coleoptera, Staphylinidae, Pselaphinae) ZooKeys, 251: 83-118. doi