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A new species of the genus Chrysina Kirby, 1828 is decribed from Panama. Chrysina kalinini sp.n. is related to Chrysina resplendens (Boucard, 1875) in habitus, male genitalia morphology and mtDNA COX I molecular marker). The two closely related species differ in the shape of pronotum, mesosternal process and male genitalia. mtDNA COI molecular marker analysis gives a reliable distance for the compared species.
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