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Review of the New World Hemipeplinae (Coleoptera: Mycteridae) with descriptions of ten new species

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The New World fauna of Hemipeplinae (Mycteridae) consists of 2 genera and 16 species, including the following ten species described as new: Hemipeplus abditus (Mexico), H. longiscapus (Cuba), H. glabratus (Cuba), H. argentinus (Argentina), H. thomasi (Mexico), H. dominicensis (Dominican Republic), H. tuberculatus (Mexico), H. bolivianus (Bolivia, Peru), H. angustipennis (Venezuela), and H. quadricollis (Brazil, Peru). A lectotype is designated for H. gounellei Grouvelle. All species are diagnosed, described, and illustrated with line drawings and habitus photographs. A key to the New World species of Hemipeplinae is given.

Affiliations: 1: Department of Entomology, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, MB Canada R3T 2N2


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