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Than it shall be an integument defects.

All the best, Mik


>Четверг, 12 октября 2017, 23:41 +03:00 от Alberto Ballerio <[log in to unmask]>:
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>I sent the photo of the Onthophagus taurus 
>specimen to Prof. Walter Rossi, an authority on 
>Laboulbeniales and he told me that the mistery 
>spots do not belong to the order Laboulbeniales.
>Best regards,
>Alberto
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>
>At 18:08 12/10/2017, you wrote:
>>These look very typical Laboulbeniales. Some of 
>>the other blotches look less distinctive! Best wishes, Robert.
>>
>>From: Scarab Beetle Taxonomy Discussion List 
>>[mailto:[log in to unmask]] On Behalf Of Angel Solis
>>Sent: 12 October 2017 16:45
>>To:  [log in to unmask]
>>Subject: Re: Query RE: mysterious yellow spots on Onthophagus taurus
>>
>>Hola:
>>
>>I have seen here in Costa Rica many cases like 
>>the one Kevin shows in his photo, we also have 
>>clear cases of Laboulbeniomycetes like those 
>>shown in my photo on a Dichotomius centralis. 
>>However the ones in Kevin's photo look different from those in my photo:
>>
>>Saludos
>>Ángel Solís
>>
>>
>>
>>
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All the best, Dr. Mikhail F. Bagaturov

IUCN/SSC Amphibian SG and Conservation Planning SG, 
Academic Member of Athens Institute For Education & Research (http://atiner.gr)

Author of Theraphosids of the World:  http://tarantulas.tropica.ru