Morphology of Europharinodes schaufussi gen. et sp. nov., holotype, SNUC-Paleo-0102 (A, C, D, I: under incident light; B, E–H: X-ray microtomographic reconstruction). A, B Dorsal habitus. C Left half of pronotum, showing squamous setae. D Lateral portion of the abdominal base, showing squamous setae. E Head dorsum. F Head venter. G Head, in antero-lateral view. H, I Left maxillary palpus. Abbreviations: ce, compound eye; cl, clypeus; ff, frontal fovea; gf, gular fovea; la, labrum; ma, mandible; p2–4, maxillary palpomere 2–4; vf, vertexal fovea. Scale bars: 0.5 mm in A, B, 0.2 mm in E–I.

  Part of: Yin Z-W, Tihelka E, Lozano-Fernandez J, Cai C-Y (2022) The first fossil Hybocephalini (Coleoptera: Staphylinidae: Pselaphinae) from the middle Eocene of Europe and its evolutionary and biogeographic implications. Arthropod Systematics & Phylogeny 80: 279-294.