Lacconotus punctatus LeConte, 1862

Majka, Christopher G., 2006, The Mycteridae, Boridae, Pythidae, Pyrochroidae, and Salpingidae (Coleoptera: Tenebrionoidea) of the Maritime Provinces of Canada, Zootaxa 1250, pp. 37-51: 38-39

publication ID

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

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scientific name

Lacconotus punctatus LeConte, 1862
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Lacconotus punctatus LeConte, 1862 

NOVA SCOTIA: Lunenburg Co.: Bridgewater, 16 June 2004, flying adjacent to mixed forest, G.D. Selig, NSMC.

County records

NB NS PEI Regional distribution*

Number of counties 15 18 3

Myceteridae

Lacconotinae 

Lacconotus punctatus LeConte  1 NH, QC

Boridae 

Boros unicolor Say  1 2 ME, NH, QC

Lecontia discicollis (LeConte)  1 NH, QC

Pythidae 

Pytho americanus Kirby  2 5 ME, NH, QC, VT

Pytho niger Kirby  1 3 1 ME, NF, NH, QC, VT

Pytho seidlitzi Blair  1 ME, NH, QC

Pytho strictus LeConte  1 NH

Priognathus monilicornis (Randall)  4 10 1 ME, NF, NH, QC

Pyrochroidae 

Pedilinae 

Pedilus lugubris (Say)  3 5 1 ME, NH, QC, VT

Pyrochroinae 

Neopyrochroa femoralis (LeConte)  1 NH, QC

Schizotus cervicalis Newman  2 3 ME, NH, QC, VT

Dendroides canadensis Latreille  1 8 1 ME, NH, QC

Dendroides concolor (Newman)  3 11 1 ME, NF, NH, QC, VT

Salpingidae 

Salpinginae 

Sphaeriestes virescens (LeConte)  1 3 ME, NF, QC

Rhinosimus viridiaeneus Randall  1 12 ME, NF, NH, QC

Total number of county records 21 65 5

Number of species 12 13 5

*Data compiled from Chandler (2001), Dearborn & Donahue (1993), Downie & Arnett (1996), Laplante et al. (1991), and Pollock (1991).

Lacconotus punctatus LeConte  is newly recorded fin Nova Scotia and discussed by Majka & Selig (in review). Otherwise recorded in Canada in Ontario and Québec; in the United States in New Hampshire ( Chandler 2001), Ohio, Pennsylvania, and Michigan ( Downie & Arnett 1996). Larvae of Lacconotus  have been recorded under the bark of dead fir ( Abies  ) ( Pinaceae  ), poplar ( Populus  ) ( Salicaceae  ), and oak ( Quercus  ) ( Fagaceae  ) ( Lawrence 1991).

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