A new species, Haplotropis shandongensis, from Shandong, China, is described and illustrated. It resembles Haplotropis xiai, but differs from it by the frontal ridge of male being not narrow near the vertex, Krauss' organ of male having 11 keels, the tegmina of male being shorter, not reaching the hind margin of the first abdominal tergite, covering 1/5 of the tympanum, the basal part of cercus being wide in male, epiphallus has 42 spikes, the hind margin of the pronotum of female being curved in middle and the apical half of the subgenital plate being wider than its basal half in female.
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