Pachybrachis pectoralis

Barney, Robert J., 2018, Definition and Revision of the pectoralis Species-Group of Eastern North American Pachybrachis Chevrolat (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae: Cryptocephalinae), The Coleopterists Bulletin 72 (3), pp. 471-499: 489

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http://doi.org/ 10.1649/0010-065X-72.3.471

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Pachybrachis pectoralis
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Pachybrachis pectoralis  

Specimens Examined. Lectotype, paralectotypes + 177 specimens. USA: ALABAMA: Barbour Co., Blue Springs, 9.vii.1963, taken on Quercus, E. U. Balsbaugh, Jr.   [16 1♀, AUEM]; Madison Co., Monte Sano State Park, 27.vii.1963, E. U. Balsbaugh, Jr. [1♀, AUEM]; Monroe Co., Haines Island Park, 24.vii.1995, T. L. Schiefer [16, MEM]. ARKANSAS: Logan Co., Mt. Magazine, 15-16.vii.1949, Stannard & Sanderson [266 2♀♀, INHS]; Washington Co., 29.vi.1938, at light, M. W. Sanderson [16, INHS]; Fayetteville, 13-17.vi.1942, at light, M. W. Sanderson [2♀♀, INHS]; same data, except 6-13.vii.1942 [366 4♀♀, INHS]. FLORIDA: Okaloosa Co., 31.vii.1955, F. W. Mead [16 1♀, FSCA]. GEORGIA: Towns Co., base Brasstown Bald, 23.v.1986 [1♀, RHTC]; Twiggs Co., 2.6 mi E Dry Branch P.O., 31.v.2004, R. Turnbow [16, RHTC]. ILLINOIS: Bond Co., Mulberry Grove, 6.vii.1950, Ross & Sanderson [16 1♀, INHS]; Kankakee Co., Aroma Park, 8.vii.1948, on Quercus ellipsoidalis, Ross & Burks   [1♀, INHS]; Marshall Co., 2 mi E Henry, 24.viii.1960, on Quercus muehlenbergii, Cunningham & Kingsolver   [1♀, INHS]; McHenry Co., Algonquin, Nason [16, MCZ-FALL]; Pike Co., New Canton, 12.viii.1948, Sanderson & Stannard [16 1♀, INHS]; Sangamon Co., Barclay, 23.vii.1947, Ross & Burks [16 2♀♀, INHS]; Vermillion Co., Danville, 23.vii.1949, DeLong & Ross [16, INHS]. INDIANA: Tippecanoe Co., 10.vii.1955, N. M. Downie [3♀♀, AMNH]. IOWA: Howard Co., Elma, 30.vi.1902, F. Psota Collection [16 2♀♀, 1♀ HCF sobrinus, FMNH   ]; Story Co., Ames, 31.viii.1950, C. A. Parker [16, ISIC]; Winnebago Co., Forest City, 5. viii.1950, C. A. Parker [16 3♀♀, ISIC]. KANSAS: Cherokee Co., 2S Galena, 12.vi.2008, G. A. Salsbury [16, SEMC]; Jefferson Co., Perry State Park, 1 km SW Douglas Rd., 12-22.vi.2006, A. Cruz [16, SEMC]; Labette Co., Big Hill Reservoir, NW of dam, 6-15.vi.2006, 37 o 16.553’N 95 o 28.430’W, G. A. Salsbury [366 4♀♀, SEMC]; Leavenworth Co., 19.vi.1921, R. H. Beamer [266 1♀, SEMC]. KENTUCKY: Hardin Co., Eastview Barrens SNP, 8.vi.2004, R. J. Barney [1♀, RJBC]; same data, except 1.vii.2009 [1♀, RJBC]; Grayson Co., Big Clifty RR Prairie, 27.vii.2004, R. J. Barney [1♀, RJBC]; Logan Co., Raymond Athey Barrens SNP, 5.vii.2007, R. J. Barney [16, RJBC]; Robertson Co., Blue Licks Battlefield SNP, 2.vii.2008, R. J. Barney [16, RJBC]. LOUISIANA: Morehouse Pr., Chemin-A-Haut State Park, 7.vi.1994, at light, W. F. Chamberlin [16 1♀, TAMU]. MARYLAND: Allegheny Co., Sideling Hill WMA, 11.viii.1986, J. F. Cavey [1♀, JFCC]; Anne Arundel Co., Harmans, 21.viii.1978, J. F. Cavey [16, NCSU]; Cecil Co., Elkton, 17.vi.1986, J. F. Cavey [1♀, JFCC]; Prince George’ s Co., Cheverly, 1.vii.1999, black light, W. E. Steiner & J. M. Swearingen [16 1♀, USNM]. MASSACHUSETTS: Middlesex Co., Lowell, F. B [16 3♀♀, MCZ-FALL]; Unknown county, Mass. [3♀♀, MCZ-FALL]. MICHIGAN: Cheboygan Co., 18.vii.1923, H. Peters [1♀, SEMC]; Newaygo Co., 31.vii.1943, R. R. Dreisbach [16, MSUC]; Wayne Co., Detroit [1♀, H. C. Fall ID, SEMC]; Unknown county, Mich. [1♀, H. C. Fall ID, SEMC]. MINNESOTA: Anoka Co., Cedar Creek Natural History Area, 13.viii.1991 [16, UMSP]; Ottertail Co., 3 mi S Dalton, 19.vii.1981, J. W. & L. A. Smith [266 1♀, NCSU]. MISSISSIPPI: Marshall Co., Wall Doxey State Park, 23.vi.2005, J. MacGown & R. Jones [1♀, MEM]; Winston Co., Tombigbee National Forest, 1.vii.1999, T. L. Schiefer [16, MEM]. MISSOURI: Boone Co., Rock Bridge Park, 2.vii.1988, D. G. LeDoux [1♀, TAMU]; Camden Co., Ha Ha Tonka State Park, Lodge Glade, 21.viii.2001, D. G. LeDoux [1♀, TAMU]; Iron Co., Taum Sauk S.P., Wiemer Hill igneous glade, 22.vi.2000, D. G. LeDoux [266, TAMU]; Randolph Co., Rudolf Bennitt Wildl. Area, 12.vi.1998, D. G. LeDoux [266 2♀♀, TAMU]; Ray Co., Foxglove Nat. H.A., 10.vi.1994, D. G. LeDoux [16, TAMU]; Saline Co., 6 mi NE Concordia, 22. vi.1992, D. G. LeDoux [366 1♀, TAMU]. NEW HAMPSHIRE: Merrimack Co., 1 mi E Concord airport, 19.vii.2001, D. S. Chandler [266, UNH]. NEW JERSEY: Cayuga Co., Sterling, E. A. Bischoff [1♀, AMNH]; Gloucester Co., Malaga, 20. vii.1907, Liebeck Collection [16, MCZ]. NEW YORK: Kings Co., Flatbush Long Island, 16-28. vii.1893, J. L. Zabriskie [2♀♀, AMNH]; same data, except 7.vii.1894 [1♀, AMNH]; Warren Co., Lake George, 17.viii.1894, J. L. Zabriskie [2♀♀, AMNH]. NORTH CAROLINA: Mecklenburg Co., Mint Hill, 2-7.vi.1993, UVL, J. Bryan & J. Cornell [16, NCSU]; same data, except 21-30.viii.1993 [16, NCSU]; Wake Co., Raleigh, 26.vi-26.vii.1969, light trap, D. A. Young [766 4♀♀, NCSU]. OHIO: Butler Co., H. W. S. P., forest canopy white oak, 6. vii-22.viii.1998, J. C. Gering [2♀♀, WIRC]; Meigs Co., Sutton, 24.viii.1938, J. Hughes [16, UGCA]; Summit Co., 1937, L. J. Lipovsky [16, SEMC]; Vinton Co., Zaleski Forest, 27.viii.1937, J. Hughes [16, UGCA]. OKLAHOMA: Latimer Co., 5 mi W Red Oak, vii.1979, K. H. Stephan [16, TAMU]; RHODE ISLAND: Providence Co., Berkeley, 27. viii.1896 [1♀, MCZ-FALL]. SOUTH CAROLINA: Greenville Co., Caesars Head, 23.viii.1933, O. L. Cartwright [1♀, CUAC]; Pickens Co., Clemson, 8. viii.1955, light trap, D. Dunavan [1♀, CUAC]. SOUTH DAKOTA: Lincoln Co., Newton Hills State Park, 14.viii.1967, E. U. Balsbaugh, Jr. [1♀, SDSU]. TENNESSEE: Anderson Co., Coal Creek, 27.viii.1930, L. D. Tuthill [1♀, SEMC]; Blount Co., Great Smoky Mountain National Park, Cades Cove ATBI House, 31.vii.2004, C. E. Carlton [1♀, LSAM]; same data, except Foothills Parkway West, Campground Host site #2, UTM 234409 3947336, 17.vi.2006, J. Hilten & F. Griffin [1♀, LSAM]; Foothills Parkway, 1500 ft., at light, 9.vii.2010, K. E. Schnepp [16, KESC]; Rutherford Co., Flat Rock Cedar Glade and Barrens State Natural Area, 35.8579 o N 86.2982 o W, 4.vi.2014, S. M. Clark [16, BYUC]. TEXAS: Sabine Co., 9 mi E Hemphill, “Beech Bottom”, 5-17.vi.1989, Malaise trap, R. Anderson & E. Morris [566 5♀♀, TAMU]. VIRGINIA: Fairfax Co., Springfield, 23-29. vii.1976, R. D. Ward [16, CMNH]; Prince William Co., 3.5 km S Manassas, 9-23.vii.2014, M. Wright [1♀, CMNH]; Rockbridge Co., 2.6 km NE Buena Vista, 4.viii-24.ix.2015, D. Heltzel [1♀, CMNH]; Unknown county, Va. [1♀, MCZ-FALL]. WISCONSIN: Clark Co., 24.vii.1949, ex. Quercus alba, W. McNeel   [16, WIRC]; Dunn Co., 29. vii.1949, ex. Fraxinus nigra, W. McNeel   [16, WIRC]; Grant Co., 2.vii.1949, wilting red oak, W. McNeel [3♀♀, WIRC]; Green Lake Co., 30. viii.1949, W. McNeel [16 1♀, WIRC]; Monroe Co., Fort McCoy-S. Post, 1 mi W Lafayette Pass, 4-8. viii.1997, flight trap, J. A. Maxwell [16 3♀♀, WIRC]; Pepin Co., 4.viii.1949, ex. Quercus borealis, W. McNeel   [16, WIRC]; Trempealeau Co., 28.vii.1949, Quercus macrocarpa, W. McNeel   [366, WIRC]; Waukesha Co., 17. vii.1949, ex. Quercus borealis, W. McNeel   [16 2♀♀, WIRC]; same data, except Quercus macrocarpa   [16, WIRC]; Wood Co., Griffith St. Nursery, 16-28.vii.1948, ex. Quercus ellipsoidalis, R. D. Shenefelt   [266 1♀, WIRC]; N of GSN, 11-22. viii.1951, ex. Quercus ellipsoidalis, R. D. Shenefelt   [16 4♀♀, WIRC].