Eleodes snowi Blaisdell, 1909
Family: Tenebrionidae
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Andrew Johnston  
Johnston et al. 2015
Diagnosis: Body elongate, rather parallel-sided. Pronotum with disc densely punctate, punctures becoming tubercles in lateral quarter of disc, lateral margins strongly arcuate, widest just anterior of middle, posterior margin narrower than anterior margin. Elytra entirely and evenly covered in rounded tubercles.  Profemora unarmed, probasitarsis with pad of tomentose setae interrupting plantar surface apically. Propleura entirely and evenly tuberculate. Distribution: Coconino county, AZ. NM, CO, UT.
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