Eleodes spinipes Solier, 1848
Family: Tenebrionidae
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Andrew Johnston  
Johnston et al. 2015
Diagnosis: Body elongate ovate. Pronotum subquadrate, lateral margins evenly arcuate, anterior angles produced, acute. Elytra punctate striate, punctures small, striae not impressed, with distinct caudal extension, longer in males and rather short in females. Profemora always spined, probasitarsis with pad of tomentose setae interrupting plantar surface in males. Prosternum extending posteriorly of procoxae Distribution: Santa Cruz county, AZ. TX, NM, northern and central Mexico.
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