Opharus bimaculata

Distribution: Mexico to Brazil; Jamaica, Cuba, Puerto Rico, Cuba, Guadeloupe.
Type locality: Puerto Rico.
Synonyms: Opharus albipunctatus Druce 1884.
Source of record: Gowdey collection, I.O.J.; Forbes (1917); Gowdey (1926). Dr. Tom Turner (pers. comm.) suggests that this species is "so common that no one has bothered to collect a good series".
Method of identification: illustrated in colour by Druce (1884) pl. 10, fig. 11 ( as' Opharus albipunctatus').
Notes: the illustration here is of a specimen from Guadeloupe in my collection. In the Eastern Caribbean this is a species of deep rainforest and this may be also be the case in Jamaica.