a.1.(Bot. & Zool.) Spreading or extending outwardly in a flat form.
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19x as broad as long; disk strongly convex, inclined forwards, densely transversely rugose punctuate; lateral margin finely explanate, pale hyaline with reddish extremity; posterior margin sinuately convex to weakly bisinuate.
2F, 3D, 4B); posterolateral lobes of male endosoma not expanded or explanate (Fig.
2D, 3F, 4A); posterolateral lobes of male endosoma expanded and explanate (Fig.
schuhi, bur can be separated on the basis of the male endosoma, which has the basolateral lobes far more expanded and explanate in H.
Pronotum: Much wider than long, strongly declivous anteriorly; anterior collar distinctly developed, delimited posteriorly by a deep transverse furrow, lateral portions thickened; lateral margin narrowly explanate, not projecting anteriad and ventrad, but distinctly elevated dorsad around its middle, distinctly emarginated anteriad of humeri in dorsal view; humeral angle rounded, obtuse, distinct; posterolateral angle very broadly rounded, obsolete (Figs.
Paranota explanate and with basal fold; costal margin of hemelytra upturned; pronotal hood elongate, curved downward over head, with crest, and extending beyond antennal insertion Corythaica Stal
Paranota if explanate without basal fold; costal margin of hemelytra not upturned; pronotal hood if with crest, not curved downward over head and extending beyond antennal insertion 8
DIAGNOSIS: This species is only known from females and is recognized by the following combination of characters: uniformly dark reddish brown, apices of forewings narrowly whitish, abdominal connexiva reddish; clypeus shortened, not extending below bucculae; frons explanate and raised posteriorly, crestlike in female (Fig.
Head: Clypeus truncate distally, not extending below bucculae, much shorter than frons; frons posteriorly explanate, and greatly elevated, crestlike (Fig.