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Lucanus marazziorum n.sp. from Laos is described. It belongs to the large group of L. fortunei and is closely related to L. formosus, from which it differs mainly through dorsal teguments glabrous and shape of the mandibles, with their inner tooth placed slightly before the mid-length; moreover through the less transverse head, the stouter aedeagus, with short and slightly apically widened flagellum.
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