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A new species of Oileus Kaup (Coleoptera, Passalidae) from Guatemala, with a key to the species of the genus.

Cano EB, Schuster JC - Zookeys (2012)

Bottom Line: Oileus gasparilomisp. n. is described from nine specimens from the mountains of Quiché in Guatemala, from cloud forest at 1795 m elevation.This represents the second species of the genus for Guatemala, differing from the closely related Mexican species Oileus rimator (Truqui) in having a straight anterior clypeal border, the postocular sulcus divided by a keel and the pronotum almost straight (not clearly bilobed).A key to the species of Oileus is given.

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Affiliation: Universidad del Valle de Guatemala, Apartado Postal 82, 01901, Guatemala, Guatemala.

ABSTRACT
Oileus gasparilomisp. n. is described from nine specimens from the mountains of Quiché in Guatemala, from cloud forest at 1795 m elevation. This represents the second species of the genus for Guatemala, differing from the closely related Mexican species Oileus rimator (Truqui) in having a straight anterior clypeal border, the postocular sulcus divided by a keel and the pronotum almost straight (not clearly bilobed). A key to the species of Oileus is given.

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Oileus gasparilomi sp. n., holotype 1 head lit left internal teeth of mandible rit right internal teeth of mandible bt basal tubercle of mandible et external tubercle MFS Median Frontal Structure sor supraorbital ridge ff frontal fossae pos postocular sulcus 2–4 aedeagus 2 ventral view 3 lateral view 4  dorsal view ph phallus pp parameres phb phallobase vd-bsph ventrodorsal basal sclerotizations of phallus
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Figure 1: Oileus gasparilomi sp. n., holotype 1 head lit left internal teeth of mandible rit right internal teeth of mandible bt basal tubercle of mandible et external tubercle MFS Median Frontal Structure sor supraorbital ridge ff frontal fossae pos postocular sulcus 2–4 aedeagus 2 ventral view 3 lateral view 4  dorsal view ph phallus pp parameres phb phallobase vd-bsph ventrodorsal basal sclerotizations of phallus

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A new species of Oileus Kaup (Coleoptera, Passalidae) from Guatemala, with a key to the species of the genus.

Cano EB, Schuster JC - Zookeys (2012)

Oileus gasparilomi sp. n., holotype 1 head lit left internal teeth of mandible rit right internal teeth of mandible bt basal tubercle of mandible et external tubercle MFS Median Frontal Structure sor supraorbital ridge ff frontal fossae pos postocular sulcus 2–4 aedeagus 2 ventral view 3 lateral view 4  dorsal view ph phallus pp parameres phb phallobase vd-bsph ventrodorsal basal sclerotizations of phallus
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Figure 1: Oileus gasparilomi sp. n., holotype 1 head lit left internal teeth of mandible rit right internal teeth of mandible bt basal tubercle of mandible et external tubercle MFS Median Frontal Structure sor supraorbital ridge ff frontal fossae pos postocular sulcus 2–4 aedeagus 2 ventral view 3 lateral view 4  dorsal view ph phallus pp parameres phb phallobase vd-bsph ventrodorsal basal sclerotizations of phallus
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Bottom Line: Oileus gasparilomisp. n. is described from nine specimens from the mountains of Quiché in Guatemala, from cloud forest at 1795 m elevation.This represents the second species of the genus for Guatemala, differing from the closely related Mexican species Oileus rimator (Truqui) in having a straight anterior clypeal border, the postocular sulcus divided by a keel and the pronotum almost straight (not clearly bilobed).A key to the species of Oileus is given.

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Affiliation: Universidad del Valle de Guatemala, Apartado Postal 82, 01901, Guatemala, Guatemala.

ABSTRACT
Oileus gasparilomisp. n. is described from nine specimens from the mountains of Quiché in Guatemala, from cloud forest at 1795 m elevation. This represents the second species of the genus for Guatemala, differing from the closely related Mexican species Oileus rimator (Truqui) in having a straight anterior clypeal border, the postocular sulcus divided by a keel and the pronotum almost straight (not clearly bilobed). A key to the species of Oileus is given.

No MeSH data available.