Two species are described from the Baja California Peninsula of Mexico. Metophthalmus aalbui, new species, is described from Isla Danzante, Isla Mestiza and Isla Carmen in the Gulf of California, and Metophthalmus clarki, new species, is described from the northwest coastal area. They are compared to closely related species from the continental United States and the Baja California Peninsula. Metophthalmus rudis Fall, M. trux Fall and M. haigi Andrews are recorded from the Baja California Peninsula for the first time, and illustrations and distributional information for the three species are provided.
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