DERMESTIDAE

Westcott, Richard L., Parsons, Gary L. & Johnson, Paul J., 2006, New records and other notes for Oregon Coleoptera, Zootaxa 1142 (1), pp. 1-33: 18

publication ID

http://doi.org/ 10.11646/zootaxa.1142.1.1

publication LSID

lsid:zoobank.org:pub:90A77689-23A8-41CC-9EAE-C3CDEDC97E1C

persistent identifier

http://treatment.plazi.org/id/03A887B3-8D11-8329-FEA1-FB98FD185001

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scientific name

DERMESTIDAE
status

 

DERMESTIDAE  

** Attagenus brunneus LeConte. Although   this introduced Old World species, a minor stored products pest, probably occurs throughout the U.S. and Canada ( Beal 2003), it does not seem to have been specifically recorded from Oregon. Benton Co., Corvallis, 16­VI­ 42, T. Y. Hsiao (OSAC).

Megatoma ampla Casey. Curry Co.   , nr. Devil’s Backbone, 16 air miles NE Brookings, ex. cones Pinus attenuata   , 25­III­69, RLW. According to R. S. Beal, Jr. (in litt.), this is the eighth specimen known to him.

Megatoma trogodermoides (Beal)   . Beal (2003) did not include this species from Oregon; however, later he ( Beal 2005) added it, but without a specific locality. Its occurrence in Oregon is based on the following specimens: Douglas Co., 7 mi NW Roseburg, 1­VIII­66, J. D. Vertrees; Klamath Co., Threemile Creek, Upper Klamath Lake, 30­V­60, J. Schuh (AMNH); Yamhill Co., Dayton, 25­V­41, KMF (OSAC).

Thylodrias contractus Motschulsky. Multnomah Co., Portland   , 27­XI­79. Another minor pest, this Holarctic species probably occurs throughout the U.S. and Canada, though records are incomplete ( Beal 2003).

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Insecta

Order

Coleoptera

Family

Dermestidae

Loc

DERMESTIDAE

Westcott, Richard L., Parsons, Gary L. & Johnson, Paul J. 2006
2006
Loc

Thylodrias contractus

Motschulsky. Multnomah Co., Portland 1839
1839