Eleodes nigrinus LeConte, 1858
Family: Tenebrionidae
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Andrew Johnston  
Johnston et al. 2015
Diagnosis: Body elongate to elongate–ovate. Pronotum with fairly dense, large punctures, widest anterior of middle, narrowing evenly posteriorly, anterior angles produced, rounded. Elytra faintly punctate–striate, punctures muricate to strongly tuberculate, especially laterally and on apical declivity. Profemora strongly sinuate apically. Tarsi never with tomentose pads. Prosternum slightly projected beyond procoxae, variable, sometimes with spine–like process, sometimes with no noticeable process.     Distribution: Mohave, Coconino, Navajo, Yavapai, Gila, Maricopa, Pima, Santa Cruz, Cochise counties, AZ. Broadly distributed from NM north to SD, west to Washington.
Eleodes nigrinus image
Andrew Johnston  
Eleodes nigrinus image
Andrew Johnston  
Eleodes nigrinus image
Eleodes nigrinus image
Eleodes nigrinus image
Eleodes nigrinus image
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