Catogenus castaneus ( Perty, 1834 )

Zubarán, Gastón E. & Di Iorio, Osvaldo R., 2018, The family Passandridae (Coleoptera: Cucujoidea) in Argentina with comments on species from Brazil and Paraguay, Zootaxa 4425 (3), pp. 471-497: 473-475

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Catogenus castaneus ( Perty, 1834 )
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Catogenus castaneus ( Perty, 1834) 

Figs. 1 View Figure (distribution), 11 (habitus)

Isonotus castaneus Perty 1834: 114  (description; distribution; fig. 15 [plate 22]).

Passandra concolor Blanchard  [1843]: plate 19 (fig. 20), [1847]: 245 (description; distribution) [see publication years of plates and pages of Blanchard in Sherborn & Griffin 1934].

Catogenus concolor: Bruch 1914: 325  (catalog; distribution; reference); Blackwelder 1945: 423 (catalog; distribution).

Catogenus castaneus: Bruch 1914: 325  (catalog; distribution); Blackwelder 1945: 423 (catalog; distribution); Ślipiński 1989: 98 – 101 (synonymy; distribution; figs. 21–25); Burckhardt & Ślipiński 2003: 823 (references; distribution; figs. 289–293).

Literature records: MEXICO: Oaxaca; Veracruz ( Ślipiński 1989; Burckhardt & Ślipiński 2003); GUATEMALA; HONDURAS; BELIZE; NICARAGUA ( Burckhardt & Ślipiński 2003); COSTA RICA: Guanacaste; Puntarenas ( Ivie & Ślipiński 2005); PANAMA; TRINIDAD; COLOMBIA; VENEZUELA; BOLIVIA ( Burckhardt & Ślipiński 2003); BRAZIL ( Blackwelder 1945; Burckhardt & Ślipiński 2003); ARGENTINA ( Blackwelder 1945); Tucumán ( Bruch 1914); Chaco: Capitán Solari, I-1990, Di Iorio leg., 1 ex. [DIOC], inside a larval tunnel of Lochmaeocles sladeni (Gahan)  [Col.: Cerambycidae  ] ( Di Iorio 1993b); Santa Cruz: “Sta Cruz” [register note], “6726, 84 / 1727 / Passandra concolor Blanchard  / Amerique meridionale M. D’ Orbigny”, 1 ex. Lectotype [MNHN] ( Ślipiński 1989), = Patagonia, type locality P. concolor  (Blanchard [1843]; Bruch 1914; Blackwelder 1945).

Material examined: PARAGUAY: Canindeyú: Reserva Mbaracayú, Jejuí-mí , 20-XII-2003, Di Iorio leg., 78 exx. [ DIOC], emerged 27-I-04 (2), 3-II-04 (3), 9-II-04 (4), 10-II-04 (2), 12-II-04 (6), 15-II-04 (2), 17-II-04 (4), 18-II- 04 (4), 22-II-04 (1), 23-II-04 (6), 29-II-04 (2), 1-III-04 (14), 3-III-04 (3), 4-III-04 (3), 6-III-04 (2), 7-III-04 (3), 12-III- 04 (1), 16-III-04 (1), 22-III-04 (1), 26-III-04 (1), 30-III-04 (1), 1-IV-04 (1), 2-IV-04 (2), 3-IV-04 (1), 7-IV-04 (1), 12- IV-04 (1), 20-VI-04 (2) from an undetermined vine [lopped X-2003] (Appendix 1)  ; ARGENTINA: Salta: 190_, C. Bruch, 4 exx. [ CBBA]; Tucumán: XI-1899, C. Bruch, 1 ex. [ CBBA]; Famaillá, Weiser leg., 1 ex. [ CBBA]; Santiago 

del Estero: 190_, C. Bruch, 4 exx. [CBBA], “2 1908”, 1 ex. [CBBA]; Zanjón, 18-X-1995, Di Iorio leg., 4 exx. [DIOC], emerged from Celtis iguanaea  (Appendix 1); Chaco: [Puerto] Vilelas, Konstantinoff leg., 1 ex. [CBBA]; J.J. Castelli, 31-III-1978, Williner leg., 1 ex. [DIOC]; Tres Estacas, 18-X-1991, Di Iorio leg., 1 ex. [DIOC], emerged 24- XII-91 from Ziziphus mistol  [dry branch]; San Bernardo, I-1980, Di Iorio leg., 1 ex. [DIOC], mercury light trap, 26– 31-VII-1990, Di Iorio leg., 1 ex. [DIOC], emerged XII-90 from Prosopis alba  [lopped branch by Oncideres germari  ], 8-III-1991, Di Iorio leg., 1 ex. [DIOC], emerged between 1–14-IV-92 from Prosopis alba  [branch girdled by Oncideres germari  ] (Appendix 1); Capitán Solari, 31-I-1990, Di Iorio leg., 1 ex. [DIOC], in Enterolobium contortisiliquum  [dry bole] (Appendix 1); Charata, I-1991, González leg., 1 ex. [DIOC], emerged from Prosopis alba  [dry branch]; Charata, 28-III-1991, González leg., 1 ex. [DIOC], inside larval tunnel of Retrachydes sulcatus  in Acacia praecox  [dry branch] (Appendix 1); Charata, 5-I-1992, Di Iorio leg., 1 ex. [DIOC], emerged 20-XII-92 from Acacia praecox  [branch girdled by Oncideres germari  ] (Appendix 1); Charata, 14-I-1992, Di Iorio leg., 1 ex. [DIOC], emerged V?-1992 from Caesalpinia paraguariensis [dry branch] (Appendix 1); Charata, 6-I-1993, Di Iorio leg., 1 ex. [DIOC], under bark of Ziziphus mistol  [dead standing tree]; Charata, 30-I-1994, Di Iorio leg., 1 ex. [DIOC], emerged from Acacia praecox  [plant lopped 20-II-93] (Appendix 1); Corrientes: Río Paraná, Isla Noguera, 30-VIII-1990, Di Iorio leg., 1 ex. [DIOC], emerged from Paullinia elegans  [dry vine] (Appendix 1), 4–5-IX-1991, Di Iorio leg., 1 ex. [DIOC], emerged 4-XI-91 from Celtis  sp. [dry branch]; La Rioja: Anillaco, 2-VIII-1998, Di Iorio leg., 1 ex. [DIOC], emerged 25-X-98 from Celtis tala  [lopped branches] (Appendix 1); Anillaco, 19-XII-1998, Di Iorio leg., 1 ex. [DIOC], mercury light trap; Los Molinos, 28-IX-2001, Di Iorio leg., 2 exx.[DIOC], emerged 24-I-02 (1), 14-II-02 (1) from Celtis tala  [tronco talado branches lopped before 2000–2001 summer] (Appendix 1), 1-X-2001, 1 ex. [DIOC], emerged 2-X-2001 from Celtis tala  [lopped branches XI-2000] (Appendix 1); Los Molinos, 14-I-2002, Di Iorio leg., 2 exx. [DIOC], emerged 27-II-02 (1), 3-III-02 (1) from Acacia visco  [bole of a tree felled XII-2000] (Appendix 1); Córdoba: San Javier, 6-II-1940, Bridarolli leg., 1 ex. [DIOC]; Buenos Aires: 16 km N Navarro, 10-V-1997, Di Iorio leg., 1 ex. [DIOC], emerged from Eucalyptus viminalis  [broken branch by stormwinds] (Appendix 1).

Note. Ślipiński (1989) pointed out that the type locality of C. castaneus  , "Patagonia" indicated by Blanchard [1847] may be erroneous and that "Sta Cruz" may be the city of Bolivia, where Alcide D'Orbigny collected insects. The southern limit of C. castaneus  in Argentina seems to be the north of the province of Buenos Aires.

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Insecta

Order

Coleoptera

Family

Passandridae

Genus

Catogenus

Loc

Catogenus castaneus ( Perty, 1834 )

Zubarán, Gastón E. & Di Iorio, Osvaldo R. 2018

2018
Loc

Isonotus castaneus

: 114

Loc

Catogenus concolor:

: 325 : 423

Loc

Catogenus castaneus: Bruch 1914 : 325

: 325 : 423 : 98 : 823