Series: University of California Publications in Entomology Volume: 119
By: Michael S Caterino
83 pages, 30 b&w plates, 20 illus
The coenosus group, containing 34 species, is the most speciose clade of Histerini in the Americas. The author provides a comprehensive revision of these species, including keys for identification, complete distributional data, illustrations of diagnostic characters and a detailed phylogenetic analysis. He uses the phylogeny to examine the evolution of several biological characteristics, with particular emphasis on myrmecophily.
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