An old remembering bring me to a work of Krikken 1977 (also available in pdf on internet) where you could find :

Using this spelling and internet, I've found this on the first page :

If Djo-Kou-La is now Binchuan and with the above GPS coordinates, if you cross this informations to the text of the first biblio reference and the entomological data you could get, you should have some good beginning of answer ...

Expecting this could help.


From: Alericor 
Sent: Tuesday, November 18, 2014 8:50 PM
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Subject: R: Chinese's locality

Thank you Keith. I hoped in a more precise location.






Enrico Ricchiardi

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10143              Torino - I

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we had the same problem when we described tanyproctus yunnanus from elder laterial from the paris -museum

according thierry deuve, the fauna with the label djokoula / djekoula / djoukoula suggest to that this locality should be NW of kunming on yunnan-plateau.


Denis Keith=============================================Muséum des Sciences Naturelles et de Préhistoire5bis, Bd de la CourtilleF-28000 [log in to unmask] faune et flore d'Eure-et-Loir:  Le 18/11/2014 09:39, Alericor a écrit :

  Dear All


  I need help to locate a Chinese's locality. The specimen label is:


  Dje-Kou-La, alt 1200 m, N/O Yunnan, Le Moult (without a date)


  Several Lucanidae and some Trichiina from Le Moult came from that locality.


  Enrico Ricchiardi