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This genus can be distinguished from all other genera of Larainae in Venezuela by its small size and pronotum which lacks a transverse groove (Fig. 68).
Distribution and habitat
Phanocerus spp. can be found throughout Central America and northern South America. They are fast fliers and congregate in leaf packs and on water-splashed detritus in streams, waterfalls, and rivers.
- Maier, C; 2013: A revision of the Larainae (Coleoptera, Elmidae) of Venezuela, with description of nine new species ZooKeys, 333: 33-91. doi