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ZooKeys 188: Review of the Eustrophinae (Coleoptera, Tetratomidae) of America north of Mexico

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Series: ZooKeys Volume: 188
By: Darren A Pollock
153 pages, colour photos, b/w distribution maps
ZooKeys 188: Review of the Eustrophinae (Coleoptera, Tetratomidae) of America north of Mexico
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The Nearctic fauna (north of Mexico) of Eustrophinae is reviewed, and consists of the following five genera and 12 species: Pseudoholostrophus (Pseudoholostrophus) impressicollis (LeConte), P. (Holostrophinus) discolor (Horn), Holostrophus bifasciatus (Say), Eustrophus tomentosus Say, Eustrophopsis confinis (LeConte), E. bicolor (Fabricius), E. brunneimarginatus (Dury), E. indistinctus (LeConte), E. arizonensis (Horn), E. ornatus (Van Dyke), E. crowdyi sp. n., and Synstrophus repandus (Horn). A lectotype is designated for Eustrophus brunneimarginatus Dury. A key is given to separate genera and species, supplemented with illustrations of relevant features, including aedeagi of all Nearctic species of Eustrophopsis. Detailed distribution (including Mexican records) and natural history data are provided.

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Series: ZooKeys Volume: 188
By: Darren A Pollock
153 pages, colour photos, b/w distribution maps
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