Bembidion foveum Motschulsky, 1844

Bousquet, Yves, 2012, Catalogue of Geadephaga (Coleoptera, Adephaga) of America, north of Mexico, ZooKeys 245, pp. 1-1722: 356-357

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scientific name

Bembidion foveum Motschulsky, 1844
status

 

Bembidion foveum Motschulsky, 1844 

Bembidium foveum  Motschulsky, 1844: 271. Type locality: "bords du Lac Baïcal [Irkutsk Oblast, Russia]" (original citation). Lectotype (♂), designated by Lafer (1975: 59), in ZMMU.

Bembidion bryanti  Carr, 1932: 191 [primary homonym of Bembidion bryanti  Andrewes, 1921]. Type locality: "above Sans Sault rapids, 70 miles below Fort Norman [Northwest Territories]" (original citation). Holotype (♂) in CNC [# 3435]. Synonymy established by Lindroth (1962: 16).

Bembidion beringi  Netolitzky, 1939: 21. Type locality: "Petropawlowsk, Kamtschatka [Russia]" (original citation). Holotype (♂) in NRSS. Synonymy established by Lindroth (1962: 16).

Bembidion grahami  Hatch, 1951: 114. Type locality: "Finlay Forks, B[ritish] C[olumbia]" (original citation). Holotype (♂) in USNM. Synonymy established by Lindroth (1962: 16). Etymology. The specific name was proposed in honor of Roy Graham [1908-1939], paleobotanist and assistant geologist in British Columbia.

Distribution.

This Holarctic species ranges in the Palaearctic Region from northeastern Europe to Kamchatka, and in the Nearctic Region, from Alaska east to Churchill, Manitoba, and south to central Saskatchewan [see Maddison 1993: Fig. 262a].

Records.

CAN: BC, MB, NT, SK, YT USA: AK - Holarctic

Note.

Bembidion glabriusculum  Motschulsky, 1844, listed as a questionable synonym of this species by Lindroth (1962: 16), is a junior synonym of Bembidion argenteolum  Ahrens (Maddison 1993: 176).

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Insecta

Order

Coleoptera

Family

Carabidae

Genus

Bembidion