genus: PSEUDINCA Kraatz 1880
species: marmoratus Fairmaire 1895
remark: one of the largest species in the genus
wild habitat: typical forest species found in equatorial Africa
origin: Uganda, Mpanga forest, 11/2006 leg. Malec Petr
wild imago size: 26-30 mm
breeding difficulty: medium, breeding larvae is easy, low oviposition in F1 is usually the main trouble

species: rufulus Kolbe 1914
wild habitat: typical forest species found in equatorial Africa
origin: Uganda, Bwindi forest, 11/2006 leg. Malec Petr ex larvae
wild imago size: 20-22 mm
breeding difficulty: medium to difficult, more complicated breeding in all aspects than P. marmoratus

species: incoides (J. Thomson, 1860)
wild habitat: typical forest species of central-western Africa
origin: Cameroon, Mt. Fako, 10/2010 leg. local collector
wild imago size: 25-27 mm
breeding difficulty: not known to me, probably similiar like for others in genus Pseudinca - problem with F1 oviposition

species: dichroa Gerstaecker, 1883
wild habitat: typical forest species of central-western Africa
origin: Cameroon, Mt. Fako, 10/2010 leg. local collector
wild imago size: 17-20 mm
breeding difficulty: not known to me, probably similiar like for others in genus Pseudinca

   
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