Euspilotus ornatus

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Taxonavigation

Ordo: Coleoptera
Familia: Histeridae
Genus: Euspilotus

Name

Euspilotus ornatus (Blanchard)Wikispecies linkPensoft Profile

Diagnosis

Medium size (length: 2.5–3.5 mm, width: 2.3–3.2 mm). Body black, elytron with yellow or orange spot. Pronotum: disc with finer and sparse punctation, lateral areas and base with coarse and dense punctation. Pronotal hypomeron setose in dorsal view. Elytron with punctation coarse and dense on posterior half, finer and sparser on anterior half defining a shining area between intervals 3 and 4; elytral dorsal striae 1–2 and 4 complete on anterior half, third interrupted, fourth and sutural striae connected by a rounded arch; elytral spot occupying the distal half of elytron with distal margin straight and three digitiform projections anterad, the outer one between the first and second dorsal striae, the medial one between the third and fourth dorsal elytral striae, and the inner one close to the sutural elytral stria. Pygidium without grooves. Protibiae with outer margin expanded and 8–10 short, reddish denticles.
Distribution. Argentina and Chile (Mazur 2011[1]; Aballay et al. 2008[2], 2012[3]).

Taxon Treatment

  • Aballay, F; Arriagada, G; Flores, G; Néstor D. Centeno, ; 2013: An illustrated key to and diagnoses of the species of Histeridae (Coleoptera) associated with decaying carcasses in Argentina ZooKeys, 261: 61-84. doi

Other References

  1. Mazur S (2011) A concise catalogue of the Histeridae (Insecta: Coleoptera). Warzaw University of Life Sciences, SGGW Press, 332 pp.
  2. Aballay F, Murúa A, Acosta J, Centeno N (2008) Primer registro de artropodofauna cadavérica en sustratos humanos y animales en San Juan, Argentina. Revista de la Sociedad Entomológica Argentina 67: 157-163.
  3. Aballay F (2012) Estudios estacionales en composición, colonización y asociación de la entomofauna cadavérica, en relación a los estadios de descomposición en zonas áridas de llanura y de altura. PhD Thesis, Universidad Nacional de Quilmes, Buenos Aires province.

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