Diplocentrus lindo new species, from west Texas, USA, central Nuevo Léon and northern Coahuila, México is described. This description is based on the morphological examination of 199 specimens from nine Texas counties and the Mexican states of Coahuila and Nuevo Léon. This species represents the third Diplocentrus known from the state of Texas, has a wider distribution than D. diablo and D. whitei, and it exhibits a marked range in adult size.
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