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Elaphrus is a genus of ground beetle native to the Palearctic, the Nearctic, the Near East and Northern Africa. It contains the following species:[1]

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Elaphrus: Brief Summary
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Elaphrus is a genus of ground beetle native to the Palearctic, the Nearctic, the Near East and Northern Africa. It contains the following species:

Elaphrus americanus Dejean, 1831 Elaphrus angulonotus Shi & Liang, 2008 Elaphrus angusticollis R. F. Sahlberg, 1844 Elaphrus aureus P.W.J. Muller, 1821 Elaphrus californicus Mannerheim, 1843 Elaphrus cicatricosus Leconte, 1848 Elaphrus citharus Goulet And Smetana, 1997 Elaphrus clairvillei Kirby, 1837 Elaphrus comatus Goulet, 1983 Elaphrus cupreus Duftschmid, 1812 Elaphrus finitimus Casey, 1920 Elaphrus fuliginosus Say, 1830 Elaphrus hypocrita Semenov, 1926 Elaphrus japonicus Ueno, 1954 Elaphrus laevigatus Leconte, 1852 Elaphrus lapponicus Gyllenhal, 1810 Elaphrus lecontei Crotch, 1876 Elaphrus lheritieri Antoine, 1947 Elaphrus lindrothi Goulet, 1983 Elaphrus marginicollis Goulet, 1983 Elaphrus mimus Goulet, 1983 Elaphrus olivaceus Leconte, 1863 Elaphrus parviceps Van Dyke, 1925 Elaphrus potanini Semenov, 1889 Elaphrus punctatus Motschulsky, 1844 Elaphrus purpurans Hausen, 1891 Elaphrus pyrenoeus Motschulsky, 1850 Elaphrus riparius (Linnaeus, 1758) Elaphrus ruscarius Say, 1834 Elaphrus sibiricus Motschulsky, 1844 Elaphrus smaragdiceps Semenov, 1889 Elaphrus splendidus Fischer Von Waldheim, 1828 Elaphrus sugai Nakane, 1987 Elaphrus tibetanus Semenov, 1904 Elaphrus trossulus Semenov, 1904 Elaphrus tuberculatus Maklin, 1878 Elaphrus uliginosus Fabricius, 1792 Elaphrus ullrichii W. Redtenbacher, 1842 Elaphrus viridis Horn, 1878 Elaphrus weissi Dostal, 1996
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