Epuraea truncatella Mannerheim, 1846,

Majka, Christopher, Webster, Reginald & Cline, Andrew, 2008, New records of Nitidulidae and Kateretidae (Coleoptera) from New Brunswick, Canada, ZooKeys 2 (2), pp. 337-356: 346-347

publication ID

http://doi.org/ 10.3897/zookeys.2.23

DOI

http://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.3793331

persistent identifier

http://treatment.plazi.org/id/03FF87FC-165C-4812-3BBD-4842FBA390E2

treatment provided by

Plazi

scientific name

Epuraea truncatella Mannerheim, 1846
status

 

Epuraea truncatella Mannerheim, 1846 

York Co.: Charters Settlement , 45.8395°N, 66.7391°W, 18.IV.2004, 29.IV.2004, 5.V.2004, 9.V.2004, R.P. Webster, mixed forest, in compost, (12, NBM, RWC)GoogleMaps  ; same locality, 30.IV.2004, R.P. Webster, mixed forest, m. v. light  , (1, RWC)GoogleMaps  ; 17.IV.2005, R.P. Webster, mixed forest, in flight, (1, RPW)  ; Charters Settlement , 45.8188°N, 66.7460°W, 27.III.2005, 16.IV.2005, clearcut, under bark of white pine, (12, NBM, RWC)GoogleMaps  .

Epuraea truncatella  has been recorded in Canada from British Columbia and the Yukon and Northwest Territories, east to Québec, Nova Scotia, and Newfoundland and Labrador ( McNamara 1991; Majka and Cline 2006), and in the United States in Alaska California, Nevada, Colorado, and New Mexico, east to Indiana, West Virginia, Virginia, New Hampshire, and Maine ( Parsons 1943; Chandler 2001). The species is found on the bark of recently dead pines ( Pinus  pp.) ( Price and Young 2006). In Nova Scotia it was found at sap on trembling aspen ( Populus tremuloides Michx.  , Salicaceae  ), and under bark of fallen white pine ( Pinus strobus  L., Pinaceae  ) ( Majka and Cline 2006).

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Insecta

Order

Coleoptera

Family

Nitidulidae

Genus

Epuraea