Oodes Bonelli, 1810

Aston, Paul, 2016, Catalogue and Bibliography of the Hong Kong Carabidae Latreille, 1802 (Coleoptera: Adephaga), with notes on the historic boundaries of Hong Kong as related to zoological collections, Zootaxa 4121 (3), pp. 201-257 : 227

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Oodes Bonelli, 1810


Genus Oodes Bonelli, 1810

Oodes montanus Andrewes, 1940

New record for Hong Kong. Determined to species from specimens by Borislav Guéorguiev. Material: Sight record Hong Kong, Tai Om Shan, 25.ii. 15; Sight record W.T.L., 9.iii. 15; 1 ex. W.T.L., 19.iii. 15; Ƌ W.T., 31.iii.06 Wang Tong; Sight record W.T.L., 11.iv. 14; Ƌ W.T., 13.iv.09, on footpath; 1 ex. Tai Po Kau, 22.iv. 15, dry leaf litter, altitude 100 m; ♀ W.T.L., 7.v.06; 1 ex. Hong Kong, Shing Mun Wood 14.v. 15. Pitfall Traps. Leg. R.Ho Lee & Y.Luo; Ƌ W.T.L., 18.v.06; Ƌ Hong Kong, Tai Po Kau, 18.v. 10,on ground in fallen berries / fruit; Sight record W.T.L., 28.v. 15; Sight record W.T.L., 31.v. 15; 1 ex. Hong Kong, Tai Om Shan, 1.vi. 14, in leaf litter (several others seen); Sight record W.T.L., 8.vi. 14; Sight record W.T.L., 10.vi. 15; Sight record 5 exx. W.T.L., 12.vi. 15; sight record W.T.L., 14.vi. 15; Sight record W.T.L., 24.vi. 15; Sight record W.T.L., 22.vi. 14; Ƌ Hong Kong, Ng Tung Chai 22.vi.09; Sight record W.T.L., 24.vi. 14; Sight record W.T.L., 25.vi. 14; Sight record 1 ex. W.T.L., 27.vi. 14; Ƌ & ♀ W.T.L., June 2011; ♀ Hong Kong, Tai Mo Shan, 25.vi. 11; Ƌ W.T., June 2011; 6 exx. Hong Kong, Tai Po Kau, 14-17.vii. 2015, Winkler extractor (leg. Leg. R.Ho Lee & Y.Luo.); Ƌ W.T.L., 17.vii. 11; 1 ex. Hong Kong, Tai Om Shan, 22.vii. 14, in leaf litter; Ƌ W.T.L., July 2001; Ƌ W.T., 18.ix. 11, in leaf litter; ♀ Hong Kong, Tai Om Shan, 20.ix. 14, in leaf litter, many others seen; 1 ex. Hong Kong, Lung Fu Shan Country Park, 5.x. 15, winkler extractor, material taken 26.ix. 15, specimen emerged 5.x. 15. Biology: Imago found February to October. Terrestrial in damp leaf litter and rotting fruits. Frequently attracted to lights, it is fully winged and capable of flight. This is a very common species. Can be caught in pitfall traps and Winkler extractors, in the latter it can stay in the litter for over 10 days.