Anthocoris aquilivenis Lewis, n. sp. is described from the mountainous areas of western North America. It is compared with the Nearctic species Anthocoris tomentosus Péricart and Anthocoris antevolens White, and with Anthocoris sibiricus Reuter, a related Palearctic species. Illustrations are provided of the adult habitus, external morphological features, paramere, copulatory tube, and forewing venation for A. aquilivenis, and membrane microsculpture and genitalic outlines for A. aquilivenis, A. tomentosus, and A. sibiricus.
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