A new species, Dicranocentrus chenae, from Guangxi, South China is described. The new species is most similar in the arrangement of dental spines to D. cubensis Mari Mutt, 1979 from Cuba and D. gapudi Mari Mutt, 1985 from the Philippines, but differs from them in the number of internal teeth in the ungues. A table of the main characteristics of Asian species is provided.
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