Hydrometra argentina Berg, 1879

Martínez, David Camilo, Galindo-Malagón, Ximena Alejandra, Molano, Fredy & Moreira, Felipe Ferraz Figueiredo, 2019, Descriptions, records, and key to the Hydrometra Latreille, 1796 (Hemiptera: Heteroptera: Hydrometridae) from Colombia, Zootaxa 4577 (1), pp. 51-72: 65

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https://doi.org/10.11646/zootaxa.4577.1.3

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Hydrometra argentina Berg, 1879
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Hydrometra argentina Berg, 1879 

( Figs. 9aView FIGURE 9, 10View FIGURE 10 a–b)

Material examined. Colombia, Bogotá Distrito Capital: 1 brachypterous ♂, 1 brachypterous ♀, Humedal Salitre , 436'35''N 7°44'54''W, 2625 m. 31.iii.2013 (BIOUNAL)  ; 1 brachypterous ♂, 2 brachypterous ♀, Humedal Salitre , 4°36'35''N 74°4'54''W, 2627 m. 21.v.2013 (BIOUNAL)GoogleMaps  ; 2 brachypterous ♂, Humedal Salitre , 4°36'35''N 74°4'54''W, 2630 m. 21.v.2013 (BIOUNAL)GoogleMaps  . Boyacá: 1 brachypterous ♂, Tunja, UPTC, 2700 m. 14.iii.2007, M. Manrique col. ( UPTC); 3 brachypterous ♀, Tunja, UPTC, 2700 m. 14.iii.2007, M. Manrique col. ( UPTC); 1 macropterous ♂, Otanche, Vía Puerto Boyacá, 5°48'23.5''N 74°18'0.54''WGoogleMaps  , 406 m. 11.viii.2016, F. Molano col. ( UPTC). Caldas: 1 macropterous ♂, Norcasia, Río Manso , 5°40'1.86''N 74°56'16.09''W, 289 m. 7.x.2016, C. Llanos col. ( CEBUC). Quindío: 1 brachypterous ♂GoogleMaps  , Montenegro, Vereda. San José, 1200 m  . 12.vii.2005, P. Villegas col. ( UPTC); 1 brachypterous ♀, 2 brachypterous ♂, Tebaida, 09.iv.2005, F. Molano col. ( UPTC). Santander: 2 brachypterous ♀, 3 brachypterous ♂, Mesa de Los Santos, Vía Lago Náutico Acuarela , 6°51'28.5''N 73°8'47.3''W, 1693 m. 21.ix.2017, I. Morales & Molano F. col. ( UPTC)GoogleMaps  .

Distribution. Argentina: Buenos Aires ( Berg 1879, Fischer et al. 2000, Fontanarrosa et al. 2004, 2009, Fernández & López-Ruf 2006, Dellapé & Carpintero 2012), Chaco ( Melo et al. 2011), Chubut ( Bachmann 1998), Córdoba ( Torre-Bueno 1926, Corigliano 1989, Corigliano et al. 1994, 1996, Principe & Corigliano 2006), Corrientes ( Estévez et al. 2003, López-Ruf et al. 2003), Entre Ríos ( Torres et al. 2007), Formosa ( APN 2006), La Rioja (Pennington 1921), Misiones ( Mazzucconi et al. 2009), Río Negro ( Bachmann 1965). Bolivia ( Drake 1953). Brazil ( Torre-Bueno 1926): Amapá ( Moreira et al. 2009), Amazonas ( White 1879, Nieser 1970, Pereira & Melo 2007, Moreira et al. 2009), Bahia ( Moreira et al. 2009), Espírito Santo ( Martins et al. 2017), Mato Grosso ( Nieser 1970, Heckman 1998, Fernandes & Wanzeler 2010, Dias-Silva et al. 2013), Mato Grosso do Sul ( Torre-Bueno 1926, Floriano et al. 2013), Minas Gerais ( Torre-Bueno 1926, Nieser & Melo 1997, Goulart et al. 2002, Melo & Nieser 2004, Pelli et al. 2006, Souza et al. 2006), Pará (Champion 1898, Nieser 1970, Moreira et al. 2009), Paraíba ( Moreira & Campos 2012), Paraná ( Jaczewski 1928), Rio de Janeiro ( Kirkaldy 1899, Moreira et al. 2009, Moreira & Campos 2012), Rio Grande do Sul ( Neri et al. 2005), Santa Catarina (UCB 2009), São Paulo ( Moreira et al. 2009). Chile: Bernardo O’Higgins ( Reed 1901), Bío-Bío, Los Ríos ( Faúndez & Carvajal 2018), Maule ( Floriano et al. 2017). Colombia: Antioquia ( Álvarez & Roldán 1983), Boyacá, Caldas (this work), Cundinamarca ( Padilla-Gil 1994), Distrito Capital (this work), Meta ( Roback & Nieser 1974), Quindío, Santander (this work). Ecuador: Manabi ( Cianferoni & Buzzetti 2012). Panama ( Drake 1954). Paraguay: Guairá ( Torre-Bueno 1926). Peru: Lima ( Blancas 1978, Peralta-Argomeda & Huamantinco-Araujo 2014), Loreto ( Torre-Bueno 1926). Suriname: Para, Paramaribo ( Nieser 1970). Trinidad & Tobago: Río Claro-Mayaro ( Nieser & Alkins-Koo 1991), San Juan- Laventille, Tunapuna-Piarco ( Hynes 1948). Uruguay: Montevideo ( Drake 1953), Rivera ( Ruffinelli & Pirán 1959). Venezuela ( Drake & Lauck 1959).

Note. The first records of this species from the Colombian departments of Boyacá, Caldas, Quindío, Santander, and from the Distrito Capital are presented above ( Fig. 8View FIGURES 7–8).

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