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- Pseudophoraspis tramlapensis Anisyutkin, 1999: 453.
Body yellowish-brown. Head yellowish-brown, the dark spots on facial part same as Pseudophoraspis fruhstorferi (Figs 5-6). Pronotum and tegmina densely scattered with small brown spots (Fig. 5). Tegmina pale brown with half of radius vein from base yellowish white and scattered with dark brown spots (Fig. 5). Coxae and anterior margin of femora dark brown (Fig. 6). Middle part of abdomen with two brown stripes (Fig. 6). Hypandrium with large brown spots (Fig. 6).
Distance between eyes about 0.4 times width of head. Ocellus slightly smaller than scrobe and ocellus width slightly narrower than interocular width (Fig. 6). Pronotum completely covering vertex, rhomboidal, smooth and impunctate (Fig. 5). Tegmina and wings well-developed, exceeding the abdomen and with posterior margin rounded (Figs 5–6). Fore femur with 7 spines along anterior margin and 2 apical spines. 1st segment of hind tarsus with plantula occupied apically and spines along most of its length.
Male genitalia. Supra-anal plate symmetrical, trapezoidal, posterior margin with a shallow concavity at middle, lateral sides more or less straight (Fig. 23). Paraprocts asymmetrical, left one broad, simple plate; right one with a slender finger-like protrusion whose apex bending backwards (Fig. 24). Hypandrium symmetrical, with posterior margin shallowly emarginated (Fig. 25). Apodema of complex L1 with transverse terminal (Fig. 26). Sclerite L2d large and long, with a protrusion at middle (Fig. 27). Basal part of sclerite L2vm furcated (Fig. 27). Sclerite R2 with apex slightly pointed (Figs 28–29).
Male measurements. Body length45.0 mm (including tegmen); Head length × width: 5.0 mm × 4.5 mm; Pronotum length × width: 9.0 mm × 12.5 mm; Tegmina length × width: 38.5 mm × 13.0 mm.
Material examined. one male, China: Guizhou Prov., Maolan Nature Preserves, 500–560m, 16–18 June 2006, coll. Yang Zaihua (SWU).
China (Guizhou); Vietnam.
This species is similar to Pseudophoraspis fruhstorferi, but can be distinguished by body color and male genitalia.
- 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