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A new species of Anthrenus Geoffroy, 1762 (Coleoptera: Dermestidae) from California, with a key to the Nearctic species
By Marcin Kadej
The Coleopterists Bulletin 65(3):309-314., 2011
Cite: 600498 with citation markup [cite:600498]
Anthrenus (s. str.) pulaskii Kadej, new species, is described from Riverside County, California, USA. The habitus, antennae, scales, and galea with lacinia are illustrated and compared with related species. A key to the Nearctic species of Anthrenus Geoffroy is presented.

Also has photographic plate illustrating the Nearctic species.

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