Balticeler kerneggeri gen. nov., sp. nov., volume rendering of the holotype. 21. Elytra and abdomen, left lateral aspect. 22. Ventral aspect of median part of body showing pro-, meso- and metasterna; the arrows point to the insertions of the setae on mesocoxa, metacoxa and metatrochanter. 23. Tarsomeres and apical portion of tibia of left proleg, view from dorsad. 24. Left proleg, view from anterad. 25. Antenna cleaner of left proleg, view from posterad (note that in the fossilized specimen the clip setae are preserved only in the negative imprint of the beetle body on the inclusion wall). Abbreviations: as – apical seta of elytra; asp – protibial apical spur; cls – clip setae; mem – mesepimeron; mtem – external lobe of metepimeron; mtes – metanepisternum; n – negative imprint of the tibia on the inclusion wall; p – shrunken exoskeleton of the fossilized tibia (= positive); pl – epipleural apical plica of elytra; psp – protibial apical spur; pstp – prosternal process; sas – subapical seta of elytra; tc – tarsal claws.

  Part of: Schmidt J, Scholz S, Maddison DR (2021) Balticeler kerneggeri gen. nov., sp. nov., an enigmatic Baltic amber fossil of the ground beetle subfamily Trechinae (Coleoptera, Carabidae). Deutsche Entomologische Zeitschrift 68(1): 207-224.