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Photo#455973
Eurygenius wildii - Retocomus wildii

Eurygenius wildii - Retocomus wildii
St. Louis, Missouri, USA
December 13, 1901
Size: 10.0 mm
No other information available with the specimen

Moved
Moved from Eurygenius wildii.

Eurygenius are restricted in our area to TX & CA
(1)
i suspect that in this case 'Eurygenius' is used to include spp currently treated in other genera, and the species wildii may have been transferred elsewhere. i e-mailed Don Chandler asking for a taxonomic clarification.

 
R. wildii
is found in a rough triangle from Iowa to Alabama to Texas, based on the records I have gathered over the years. Missouri is certainly within this triangle. I can't see the emarginate eyes, but this is the only species with long, erect elytral tactile setae that occurs in this area - Rilettius is found in western Texas.

 
thanks a lot, Don

 
Retocomus
ITIS has it under Retocomus (per Don Chandler :)

 
thought so -- thanks a ton, Tim

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Moved from Beetles.

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