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Bucrates weissmani n.sp. is known from four localities in southern arizona. It is smaller and more slender than the other four species of Bucrates, making it superficially similar to the Central american copiphorine Caulopsis cuspidata, but more fundamental features refute the notion that it belongs in Caulopsis rather than Bucrates. Four other species of Bucrates are known. Two of these, capitatus (De Geer) and clausus (scudder), occur in sympatry in Central america and tropical south america;doi:10.1665/034.023.0101 fatcat:se724kt475fahpxxrqamzmpgue