Eleodes pilosus Horn, 1870
Family: Tenebrionidae
Eleodes pilosus image
Andrew Johnston  
Johnston et al. 2015
Diagnosis: Body elongate ovate, covered in long, bristling setae. Pronotum confluently punctate, rugose, anterior angles slightly projected and weakly pointed. Elytra apparently impunctate, covered with small tubercles, each bearing a single long seta, more or less arranged in striae.  Profemora unspined.  Prosternum with a rounded, slightly inflated bulge projected posteriorly of procoxae. Distribution: Navajo, Apache, Gila counties, AZ. NM west to CA north to ID.
Eleodes pilosus image
Andrew Johnston  
Eleodes pilosus image
Andrew Johnston  
Eleodes pilosus image
Eleodes pilosus image
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