Glaresis, Erichson, 1848

Gordon, Robert D. & Hanley, Guy A., 2014, Systematic revision of American Glaresidae (Coleoptera: Scarabaeoidea), Insecta Mundi 2014 (333), pp. 1-91: 8

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http://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.4645613

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http://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.4645675

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scientific name

Glaresis
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Key to species of Glaresis  - Ecostata Group

1. Elytral striae convex ( Fig. 4EView Figures 4), setae distinctly visible  ; length 3.0 to 3.75 mm; pronotal surface with elongate ridges bearing setae slightly shorter than tubercles; Colorado, New Mexico, Texas, Utah ..................................................................................................... G. costata  , n. sp.

— Elytra striae flat ( Fig. 2EView Figures 2), setae short; length 3.24 to 5.0 mm; pronotal surface with short, widely spaced seta-bearing ridges; not known from New Mexico, Texas, Utah ...................... 2

2(1). Clypeal surface and apical 1/2 of frons with large, closely spaced punctures ( Fig. 2BView Figures 2); frons densely rugulose; clypeal apex with smooth area wide, posterior margin thickened ( Fig. 2BView Figures 2); pronotal surface with small, slightly elongate ridges bearing short, nearly invisible setae ( Fig. 2CView Figures 2); southwestern Arizona, southern California, Mexico.............................. G. ecostata Fall 

Clypeal surface and frons with small, dense punctures ( Fig. 3BView Figures 3)  ; frons densely microreticulate; clypeal apex with smooth area narrow, posterior margin not thickened ( Fig. 3BView Figures 3); pronotal surface with closely spaced, long ridges bearing short setae ( Fig. 3CView Figures 3); Baja California ........... ..................................................................................................................... G. bajaensis  , n. sp.