Tribe Gymnobothrini. Figs 297–303. Brachybothrus phyllopterus n. gen. et sp. n., male: 297. Oblique view head, pronotum and tegmen; 298. Oblique view vertex; 299. Dorsal view head and pronotum; 300. Dorsal view vertex; 301. Frontal ridge; 302. Tegmen; 303. Abdominal apex laterally and dorsally. Figs 304–309. Brachybothrus hola sp. nov.: 304. Oblique view head, pronotum and tegmen; 305. Oblique view vertex; 306. Dorsal view head and pronotum; 307. Dorsal view vertex; 308. Frontal ridge; 309. Genitalic structures, A. Male, B. Female elements. Figs 310–311. Guichardippus somalicus: 310. Epiphallus; 311. Tarsal claws and pulvillus (lateral view), compared with B. phyllopterus (smallest) and G. rimulatus (larger, seen dorsally). Figs 312–315. Malcolmburria angolensis male: 312. Oblique view head and pronotum; 313. Frontal ridge; 314. Head and pronotum from above; 315. Tarsal claw and pulvillus. Scale lines all l mm: that below Fig. 310 applies to Figs 298, 300, 305, 307, 309–311, 315; that below Fig. 312 applies to Figs 297, 299, 301–304, 308, 312–314.

  Part of: Popov GB, Fishpool LDC, Rowell CHF (2019) A review of the Acridinae s. str. (Orthoptera: Acridoidea: Acrididae) of eastern Africa with taxonomic changes and description of new taxa. Journal of Orthoptera Research 28(1): 37-105.