Three species of Phyllophaga s. str. Harris from the Mexican state of Puebla are described: Phyllophaga aragoni Morón, new species, from pine-oak forest on the southwestern slope of Popocatépetl volcano; Phyllophaga buapae Moron, new species, from mixed temperate forest near Zacatlán; and Phyllophaga cazahuata Morón, new species, from mixed forests of Sierra del Tentzo. Drawings of diagnostic structures and comments about the similarities of each species with other species in the subgenus are provided.
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Vol. 67 • No. 2