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Tachytrechus Corsica (Tachytrechus notatus)
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Hello,
It is close to notatus, but the antennas are completely black, the basitarse 1 is normal, maybe petraeus?

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The genitalia are typical for T. notatus not petraeus.
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Ok for notatus.
I proposed petraeus without knowing the genitalia because they are absent in the key of Parent. It was the completely black antennae that interrogated me.
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