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Vertex of the adult head is a dull reddish brown and the antennae are a very pale brownish yellow. Legs are brownish yellow with yellow-brown spurs. Generally, females are darker in colour, with the yellows replaced by browns. The male cercus is massive and polyhedral. Clapser is curved postero-dorsad and tapers distally to an acuminate tip. Both the clasper and cercus are subequal in size and extends well past the genital capsule (Nimmo, 1986).

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