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Description of a New Species of Scarites Fabricius (Coleoptera: Carabidae) from Florida
By Yves Bousquet and Paul E. Skelley
The Coleopterists Bulletin 64(1): 45-49, 2010
Cite: 389710
S. stenops sp. n. is described from FL (very small, flat eyes, the extensive pustulate area at the elytral base, and the markedly convex elytral interval 7 behind the humerus are distinctive among Nearctic spp.); an updated key to spp. found in north of Mexico provided; S. texanus synonymized under S. subterraneus, while S. vicinus (previously considered a junior synonym of S. quadriceps) revalidated.