Cubaris sp. possibly tenuipunctata
A woodlouse in the family Armadillidae, genus Cubaris. From original descriptions of species found in the region at large, this might be Cubaris tenuipunctata - with a little fantasy the two antero-median tubercles on the first tergite can just about be discerned. The pantropical Cubaris murina would seem to be more convex (not as "flattened" laterally) and C. depressa should carry more tubercles on the hind edges of the first tergites. There may be some other enigmatic candidates though (C.margarita?) that I don't have a proper idea about - or an as yet undescribed species (Oniscidea research for the region seems to leave room for improvement ;o)
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