RhysodesRoss T. Bell
- Rhysodes sulcatus
- Rhysodes comes
The antenna has a well-developed apical stylet, and there are minor setae on antennomeres VI-X. There are four setae on the labrum. The temporal lobes are kidney-shaped and have two medial angles separated by emargination. The median lobe is narrow, and its posterior part is slightly widened. The orbital groove is complete and reaches the occiput. The pronotum has deep basal impressions which are open posteriorly. The impressions are preceded by fine discal strioles which extend 95% of the distance to the anterior margin. The pronotum has angular setae but no marginal setae. The elytron is without a humeral tubercle.
Bell, R. T. and J. R. Bell. 1978. Rhysodini of the World part I. A new classification of the tribe, and a synopsis of Omoglymmius subgenus Nitiglymmius, new subgenus (Coleoptera: Carabidae or Rhysodidae). Quaestiones Entomologicae 14: 43-88.
Bell, R. T. and J. R. Bell. 1979. Rhysodini of the World part II. Revisions of the smaller genera (Coleoptera: Carabidae or Rhysodidae). Quaestiones Entomologicae 15: 377-446.
Kryzhanovskij, O. L. 1983. [Coleoptera. Volume 1., part 2. Beetles of the suborder Adephaga: family Rhysodidae, Trachypachidae; family Carabidae (introductory part and revision of the fauna of the USSR).] FAUNA SSSR No.128 1983: 1-341.
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