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- Pseudophoraspis kabakovi Anisyutkin, 1999: 450.
Body yellowish-brown. Head yellow. Eyes dark brown, ocelli yellow (Fig. 8). Pronotum yellow with dense and small brown spots, disc brownish-yellow (Fig. 7). Tegmina yellow scattered with brown spots (Fig. 7). Anterior margin of wings with lots of brown spots. Dorsal part of abdomen brown, ventral part of abdomen yellow with dense brown spots (Fig. 8).
Vertex completely covered by pronotum (Figs 7–8). Distance between eyes about 0.15 times width of head. Ocellus same as scrobe and ocellus width equal to interocular width (Fig. 8). Pronotum rhomboidal and smooth, impunctate, with anterior margin curved and posterior margin obtusely angled (Fig. 7). Tegmina covering the abdomen totally, and apex rounded (Figs 7-8). Fore femur with 4 spines along anterior margin and one single apical spine. 1st segment of hind tarsus with spines along 2/3 of its length, plantula covering apical one third.
Male genitalia. Supra-anal plate rectangular, symmetrical, with posterior margin emarginated at middle (Fig. 30). Paraprocts asymmetrical, both sides with a finger-like protrusion bending backwards; the right one larger than the left (Fig. 31). Hypandrium symmetrical, with posterior margin shallowly emarginated (Fig. 32). Apodema of complex L1 moderately sclerotized, triangular (Fig. 33). Apical outgrowth of sclerite L2d moderately sclerotized, short and nearly straight, basal part rough and apical part slender (Figs 34-35). Sclerite R2 with tapering apex (Figs 36-38).
Male measurements. Body length 36.5 mm (including tegmen); Head length × width: 4.0 mm × 3.5 mm; Pronotum length × width: 7.5 mm × 10.5 mm; Tegmina length × width: 31.5 mm × 10.0 mm.
one male, China: Yunnan Prov., Xishuangbanna, 27-30 April 1981, coll. Zheng Zhiguang (SWU).
China (Yunnan); Vietnam.
Apodema of complex L1 of this species is short and approximately triangular, which is obviously different from others, whose apodemas of complex L1 are longer and approximately rectangular.
Pseudophoraspis gorochovi group Species included here:Pseudophoraspis recurvata sp. n., Pseudophoraspis incurvata sp. n. and Pseudophoraspis clavellata sp. n.
- Wang, Z; Wu, K; Che, Y; 2013: New record of the cockroach genus Pseudophoraspis (Blaberidae, Epilamprinae) from China with descriptions of three new species ZooKeys, 273: 1-14. doi