Group 1 with very short and apex separated parameres:
This species is endemic in Taiwan, they are quite smaller than other member of the genus, they are green/yellow with black part marking beetles.
K. sinica Bouchard
K. kraatzi Miyake & Muramoto, 2003
This first known from Vietnam then later found from South China and Hainan, the species had been misidentified with K. sexmaculata in a long time but later be described as a new species.
K. opaca Muramoto, 1993 (Do Collection)
This species found from China and recently be recorded from North Vietnam.
Group 2 with longer and not separated parameres which are asymmetrical:
K. kawaii Muramoto, 2005
K. koyamai (Hirasawa, 1989) (Do Collection)
Last group, group 3, genitalia with not separated and symmetrical parameres:
K. dohertyi (Ohaus, 1905)
K. fujiokai Miyake & Muramoto, 1992 (Do Collection) - Male
Male of K. fujiokai, photographed by Cuong Do, Lam Dong Province
K. fujiokai Miyake & Muramoto, 1992 Female, laying her egg in breeding box. Specimens collected from Lam Dong Privnce
K. sexmaculata (Kraatz, 1900) (Do Collection)
This species is the most early known species among members of the genus. It was first recorded from North Vietnam then be found wider distribute in the area later. The type locality of the species is same to K. kraatzi
K. tamdaoensis Miyake & Muramoto
K. vernicata (Benderitter)
K. yoshitomii Nagai