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On Ceresa diceros the pronotum is marked in dark brown and yellow, and is punctate and sparsely pubescent, with the hairs somewhat long. The wings are brownish and transparent. The head is broader than it is long, and features prominent eyes. The shining ocelli are closer to each other than they are to the eyes. The pronotal "horns" are as shown in the photo at right.