Eleodes wheeleri Aalbu, Smith, and Triplehorn, 2012
Family: Tenebrionidae
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Johnston et al. 2015
Diagnosis: Body elongate. Pronotum subquadrate, minutely punctured, arcuate laterally, widest just before middle, narrowing posteriorly, anterior angles moderately produced, rounded. Elytra distinctly punctate striate, punctures moderately large. Antennae long, at least 3 segments extending beyond posterior margin of pronotum. Profemora never spined, moderately sinuate distally, all tarsi lined with strong dark yellow spicules, plantar surface never interrupted. Prosternum with angular process extending posterior of procoxae, terminating in posteroventrally oriented spine Distribution: Tonto Natural Bridge, Gila county, AZ.
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