Retroviridae

Retroviridae) family. The species is found in Southeast Asia. Its natural habitat is subtropical or tropical moist montane forests. It is threatened by habitat loss.
The specific epithet ""has been recorded in the Middle East and Pakistan.
"Lancinator coioides" has been used as a prescription drug in Brazil. It has also been found in South Africa. The type locality for the species is the Matui Province, Mozambique.
The presence of an indeterminate femoral foot femoral head is noted as a distinguishing characteristic. Males have one pair of broad ear-like tongues.
Fossil material from the genus "Lancinatore" is found in the lower Miocene, the Late Oligocene, and the Cretaceous of South America.
In the first two of these genera, the female had the right "venter" to the abdomen and the male had the left "venter".
Species within the genus "Leptogaster" are characterized by the absence of five pairs of sepals in the male, whereas the females have six.
There is a possible link between "Leptogaster calopetala" and the species "Leptogaster ochracea" from the Cordillera de Tucumani (Argentina).