FIGURE 1. Habitus (1), left fore tarsus (2), and right fore tarsus (3) of Cylindrostethus gaudanti sp. nov. holotype,

MNHN.F.A53794 (male). Arrows indicate tarsomeres. Scale bars equal 10 mm (1) and 1 mm (2, 3).

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FIGURE 2. Habitus (1) and apex of abdomen (2) of Cylindrostethus gaudanti sp. nov. Allotype, MNHN.F.A53795 (female). Scale bars equal 10 mm (1) and 0.5 mm (2).

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FIGURE 3. Head with rostrum (arrow) and antennae (1) and thorax (arrow: pronotum) (2) of Cylindrostethus gaudanti sp. nov. 1, MNHN.F.A53798 (paratype) and 2, MNHN.F.A53800 (paratype). Scale bars equal 2 mm.

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FIGURE 4. Apex of mid tibia (arrow) (1) and male terminalia (2) of Cylindrostethus gaudanti sp. nov. 1, MNHN.F.A53795 (allotype, female); and 2, MNHN.F.A53799 (paratype, male). Scale bars equal 1 mm (1) and 0.5 mm (2).

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FIGURE 5. Thoraxes of Cylindrostethus gaudanti sp. nov. 1, MNHN.F.A53797 (paratype); and 2, MNHN.F.A53798 (paratype). Abbreviations: is, primary intersegmental suture between meso- and metathorax; TIII, metathorax. Scale bars equal 2 mm.

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FIGURE 6. Reconstruction of Cylindrostethus gaudanti sp. nov. 1, body of MNT-06-880B (paratype); and 2, thorax of MNHN.F.A53797 (paratype). Abbreviations: is, primary intersegmental suture; pn, mesopostnodal margin; TI, pronota; TII, mesonota; TIII, metanota. Scale bars equal 5 mm (1) and 2 mm (2).