Lakin (2008) wrote
"Prosarthria teretrirostris originated from Ecuador
in the 1990's and was brought into culture by Peter
Grabowitz. It is abundant on the edges of forests.
Females of P. teretrirostris reach 12cm long and the
smaller males of these species are the more colourful of
the sexes, with yellow, blue and green markings. This
species has also been circulated under the name of
'Proscopia luceomaculata' however there appears to be
no reference to this name in the systematic literature
and therefore it is suggested that there is no taxonomic
justification for naming the species as P.
In fact recent close examination of the species currently
in culture has revealed that it does not appear to be
Prosarthria teretrirostris after all, but rather a new
species of Prosarthria!"
Dr. Alba Bentos-Pereira confirms the belonging of this stock to the species
Paraproscopia riedei (in litt.).