Epactoides giganteus sp. nov. A dorsal habitus of the holotype B original labels C disarticulated body parts pinned with the holotype D detail of the entire carina of the elytral stria 8 and pseudocarina on the apical part of the stria 7; arrows indicate striae 7–10 E detail of the base of elytral interstriae; arrows indicate basal tubercles on interstriae 2–5 F detail of the dorsal portion of eyes; arrows indicate the internal groove G ventral habitus of the holotype; arrow indicates the prosternal spur. Epactoides frontalis (Montreuil) H, I dorsal habitus of male and female J lateral habitus of the female; arrows indicate elytral stria 7–10; stria 7 completely carinated. Ochicanthon ceylonicus Cuccodoro, K detail of the wide eyes in dorsal view.

  Part of: Rossini M, Vaz-de-Mello FZ, Montreuil O, Porch N, Tarasov S (2021) Extinct before discovered? Epactoides giganteus sp. nov. (Coleoptera, Scarabaeidae, Scarabaeinae), the first native dung beetle to Réunion island. ZooKeys 1061: 75-86. https://doi.org/10.3897/zookeys.1061.70130