Eleodes barbatus Wickham, 1918
Family: Tenebrionidae
Eleodes barbatus image
Andrew Johnston  
Diagnosis: Body small, broadly oval, heavily punctate and clothed in long golden setae. Pronotum rounded, with large punctures medially, each with a single long seta. Elytra quite rounded and rugose, with rows of large punctures separating tubercles which each produce a single setae.

  Distribution: Coconino, Apache, and Navajo counties, AZ. NM, CO, UT.

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