Zopherus jansoni Champion

Comprehensive Description

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Zopherus jansoni Champion

Zopherus jansoni Champion, 1884:39, tab. 2, fig. 2.

This is a species of more slender body proportions than jourdani. Differences between the two are summarized under the latter species.

MEASUREMENTS.—Length 19.7–27 mm; width 6.2–9.0 mm.

SPECIMENS EXAMINED.—22 from the localities that follow. COSTA RICA: La Caja, Lindora Farm, Pacayas, Pozo Azul de Pirrís, Puntarenas, San José. NICARAGUA: Chontales, 5 miles south of Jinotega. Specimens have been taken in January, April, June, November, and December.
bibliographic citation
Triplehorn, Charles A. 1972. "A review of the genus Zopherus of the world (Coleoptera: Tenebrionidae)." Smithsonian Contributions to Zoology. 1-24. https://doi.org/10.5479/si.00810282.108