Lipancylus copelatus Prena, new species, is described from Arizona and Texas (type locality Davis Mountains Resort, TX) and Lipancylus cracens Prena, new species, from Texas and Mexico (type locality Bentsen-Rio Grande Valley State Park, TX). They have been confused in the past with Lipancylus parallelus (Champion) (formerly Strongylotes Schönherr), a species present in Mexico and Honduras but not in the United States. Collecting records of L. copelatus and several undescribed species indicate that the larval development takes place in grasses.
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