Rhinosimus viridiaeneus Randall, 1838

Majka, Christopher G., 2006, The Mycteridae, Boridae, Pythidae, Pyrochroidae, and Salpingidae (Coleoptera: Tenebrionoidea) of the Maritime Provinces of Canada, Zootaxa 1250, pp. 37-51: 46

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http://doi.org/ 10.5281/zenodo.172996

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scientific name

Rhinosimus viridiaeneus Randall, 1838
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Rhinosimus viridiaeneus Randall, 1838 

NEW BRUNSWICK: Saint John Co.: Saint John, June 1900 ­07, W. McIntosh, NBM.

Newly recorded in New Brunswick: widely distributed in Nova Scotia ( Fig. 6View FIGURE 6). Recorded from Alaska and British Columbia on the Pacific coast and then from Ontario east to Nova Scotia and Newfoundland ( Campbell 1991 e); in the United States known from Maine and New Hampshire ( Chandler 2001), south to Virginia in the east, and in Washington, Oregon, and Idaho in the west ( Downie & Arnett 1996). Associated with Tilia  ( Tiliaceae  ) and Alnus  spp. ( Betulaceae  ) ( Downie & Arnett 1996). In British Columbia observed to feed on the inner bark of Alnus rubra Bong.  ( Young 1991 b). In Nova Scotia found in both deciduous and coniferous forests; sometimes on Betula papyrifera Marsh  ( Betulaceae  ).

NEW

University of Newcastle

NBM

New Brunswick Provincial Museum, Saint John (Herbarium)