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Cordillera – Naranjo (Dec). Guairá – Paso Yobai (Sep); Villarrica (Nov); Colonia Independencia (Nov); Colonia Natalicio Talavera (Dec); Colonia Nueva Talavera; Yoveré [Cordillera Ybytyruzu] (Jan). Itapúa – Yatai [San Rafael Reserve], 26o38’13”S 55o39’50”W (Sep). Paraguarí – Paraguarí (Nov). Comments. Coprophanaeus saphirinus is one of the most common species of the genus and by far the most common in the subgenus. Its range is broad; and while it prefers forest habitat, it does venture into the more open Chaco formations of northeastern Argentina.

9, 95, 104, 113, 124-128 Phanaeus cerberus Harold, 1869: 65 Coprophanaeus cerberus (Harold) (recomb. by Blackwelder 1944: 209) 48 • INSECTA MUNDI 0129, July 2010 EDMONDS AND ZIDEK Type. Lectotype male (des. by Arnaud, 1982:115), Muséum National d’Histoire Naturelle, Paris (examined by photo). Diagnosis. General – Dorsum black or brown, lacking metallic coloration. Clypeal margin noticeably angulate or explanate lateral to median teeth (Fig. 124, 127). Pronotum weakly granulose anterolaterally, disk smooth except for elongate, anteriorly narrowed depression filled with coalesced coarse granules often mixed with punctures extending from posterior margin toward middle of disk (Fig.

Female (Fig. 75-76) – Pronotum with small, weakly trituberculate crest adjacent to anterior margin followed by weak concavity bounded posteriorly by pair of weak tumosities near middle of disk. Pronotum finely granulorugose on disk and sides, punctate posteromedially. Specimens examined – 6. Distribution. Known only from isolated localities in northern Brazilian Atlantic Forest province (Fig. 62). Collection Records. BRAZIL: Espiritu Santo – Fazenda Lagoa do Macuco [Mun. Linhares], 19o03’50”S 39o58’43”W, 10 m (Jan).

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