Eublaberus

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Eublaberus
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Eublaberus distanti, the genus type species[1]
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Eublaberus is a genus of cockroaches closely related to Blaberus. Among the differences are proportionately somewhat shorter, stouter limbs, a broad blackish bar on the caudal margin (rear) of the pronotum, and angulation on the lateral margins (sides) of the pronotum.[2]

The genus contains the following species:[1]

E. distanti and E. posticus are primarily cave-dwelling cockroaches of Central and South America.

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Beccaloni, GW (2007). "Genus Eublaberus Hebard, 1920". Blattodea Species File Online. Retrieved 27 December 2013.
  2. ^ Hebard, Morgan (1919). The Blattidae of Panama. Philadelphia: American Entomological Society. pp. 116–117.

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