Eleodes pimelioides Mannerheim, 1843
Family: Tenebrionidae
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David Fleming  
Johnston et al. 2015
Diagnosis: Body ovate elongate. Pronotum covered with large punctures, lateral margins strongly arcuate, constricted and parallel sided posteriorly. Elytra covered in fairly large rounded tubercles, each bearing a single seta, interspersed with smaller tubercles in between. Propleura weakly rugose, without distinct tubercles. Prosternum declivous, not projected posteriorly of procoxae. Distribution:

Coconino county, AZ. WY south to CO, west to CA and north to BC, Canada.

Eleodes pimelioides image
Andrew Johnston  
Eleodes pimelioides image
Andrew Johnston  
Eleodes pimelioides image
David Fleming  
Eleodes pimelioides image
Eleodes pimelioides image
Eleodes pimelioides image
Eleodes pimelioides image
The National Science Foundation
This project made possible by National Science Foundation Award EF 1207371
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