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Copelatus caelatipennis Aude - Copelatus caelatipennis

Copelatus caelatipennis Aude - Copelatus caelatipennis
Panther Spring, elev. 4500 ft., Big Bend Nat'l Park, Brewster County, Texas, USA
Size: 5.0 mm
Det. T. Loh, 2015

coll'ed by "J. T. B."

spmn in the UTIC, Austin, TX (1)

Moved
Moved from Copelatus.

If it really is 5 mm, then th
If it really is 5 mm, then the visible characters in the photo seem to best fit C. caelatipennis. C. distinctus is somewhat larger (>5.5 mm). The sculpture of the pronotum (with strioles) does not fit C. glyphicus.

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