Lankaphthona binotata. A Habitus, hand drawing B a hypothetical mating diagram: abdominal appendage serving as an auxiliary structure assists the process C male abdominal ventrites D female abdominal ventrites E vaginal palpi F spermatheca G tignum H Hind wing.

  Part of: Ruan Y, Konstantinov AS, Prathapan KD, Zhang M, Yang X (2019) A review of the genus Lankaphthona Medvedev, 2001, with comments on the modified phallobase and the unique abdominal appendage of L. binotata (Baly) (Coleoptera, Chrysomelidae, Galerucinae, Alticini). ZooKeys 857: 29-58.