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Quedius (Raphirus) elevatus Hatch - Fluviphirus elevatus

Quedius (Raphirus) elevatus Hatch - Fluviphirus elevatus
Lenore, Nez Perce County, Idaho, USA
May 6, 1949
Collected at 1000 ft. elevation.
Collected by W. F. Barr. Identified and Photographed by R. J. Rood.

"Note the placement of the punctures on the head. Q. elevatus only has two punctures in the dorsal row of the pronotum plus one on the lateral row at apical margin.
Q. elevatus is unique in having a very inconspicuous tubercle midline before the base of the pronotum w some indication of a linear midline just anterior to the tubercle."

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New name
This is now Fluviphirus elevatus (Hatch). (Brunke 2021, ZooKeys 1076: 109-124)

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