Acanthoventris phoenix sp. nov., holotype male. A Habitus in dorsal view; B Head and pronotum in dorsal view; C Head and pronotum in ventral view; D Thorax in ventral view; E Operculum in latero-ventral view; F Timbal cover in dorso-lateral view; G Sternite VII in ventral view; H Uncus in ventral view; I Uncus in lateral view; J Pygofer in latero-ventral view; K Aedeagus in left lateral view; L Aedeagus in right lateral view; M Aedeagus in ventral view. Scale bars: A = 1 cm; B–D = 2 mm; E–G, J = 1 mm; H, I, K–M = 0.5 mm. Abbreviations: (aed) aedeagus; (as) anal styles; (at) anal tube; (bl) basal lobe of pygofer; (bp) basal plate; (cor) cornuti; (ds) distal shoulder; (lbu) lateral branch of uncus; (udc) uncal dorsal crest; (un) uncus; (va) ventral apophysis; (ve) vesica; (vtp) ventral thecal process.

 
 
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