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Heliconandria, a new genus of aleocharine staphylinid beetle from Ecuador and Peru (Coleoptera: Staphylinidae)

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The aleocharine staphylinid genus Heliconandria, new genus, is proposed and diagnosed based on external structural features, especially those of the mouthparts, and male and female genitalia. Three new species are also described, H. wettersteniana, gynochela, and H. peoechma, with a key to differentiate them and numerous illustrations of diagnostic features presented.

Affiliations: 1: Division of Entomology, University of Kansas Natural History Museum, 1460 Jayhawk Boulevard-Snow Hall, Lawrence, Kansas 66045, USA


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