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The identity of Elodes elongata Tournier, 1868 (Coleoptera: Helodidae)

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[A lectotype is designated for Spirostreptus antillanus Pocock, 1894. Orthoporus grenadae Chamberlin, 1918 and Gymnostreptus klagesi Verhoeff, 1941 are new synonyms of Orthoporus antillanus (Pocock, 1894). Morphological variability in a population of O. antillanus from Cole's Cave, Barbados, Lesser Antilles, is described and evaluated. The great variability in the structure of the gonopod coxite is particularly emphasized as many species of Orthoporus have been based on differences in the gonopod coxite., Elodes elongata Tournier, 1868, sp.rev., is shown to be identical with E. koelleri Klausnitzer, 1971, syn. n. E. elongata: Klausnitzer, nec Tournier, is described as E. tricuspissp. n. Features that distinguish this species from true elongata and from E. minuta (Linnaeus) are described and figured. Due attention is paid to previously ignored differences in the female bursa.]


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