Anisandrus ursulus (Eggers)

Beaver, R. A., Sittichaya, W. & Liu, L-Y., 2014, A Synopsis of the Scolytine Ambrosia Beetles of Thailand (Coleoptera: Curculionidae: Scolytinae), Zootaxa 3875 (1), pp. 1-82 : 27-28

publication ID

https://dx.doi.org/10.11646/zootaxa.3875.1.1

publication LSID

lsid:zoobank.org:pub:66613335-DA8E-4EE7-A0A4-5FE405B15437

DOI

https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.5130825

persistent identifier

https://treatment.plazi.org/id/11038800-FFF5-FF85-FF41-316D6F540C1F

treatment provided by

Felipe

scientific name

Anisandrus ursulus (Eggers)
status

 

36. Anisandrus ursulus (Eggers)

Xyleborus ursulus Eggers, 1923: 173 .

Anisandrus ursulus (Eggers) : Dole & Cognato, 2010: 527.

Thai distribution: (unspecified province) (Hutacharen & Tubtim 1995, Hutacharern et al. 2007 as Xyleborus userus [sic] Eggers); C: Chanthaburi, Nakhon Nayok, Phetchaburi; N: Chiang Mai, Tak; N-E: Loei, Nakhon Ratchasima; S: Nakhon Sri Thammarat ( Schedl 1936a as Xyleborus ursulus ), Surat Thani.

New records: Chantaburi, Khao Khitchakut NP, 500 m N/ Prabaht Unit , 12° 48.98' N, 102° 9.14' E, 12 m, MT, 22–29.ix.2008 (Suthida & Charoenchai) (3) GoogleMaps ; Chiang Mai, Queen Sirikit Botanic Gardens , 18 o 53.306' N, 98 o 58.432' E, 300–700 m, by hand, vii.2006 (H. Mendel & M. V. L. Barclay) (1) GoogleMaps ; Loei, Phu Ruea NP, Subhnonghin , 17° 28.772' N, 101° 21.308' E, 860 m, MT, 5–12.vii.2006 (P. Tamtip) (1); GoogleMaps as previous except: office, 17° 28.805' N, 101° 21.242' E, 870 m, MT, 19–26.vii.2006 (N. Jaroenchai) (1) GoogleMaps ; Nakhon Nayok, Khao Yai NP, Trail near Training Center 2, 14° 24.482' N, 101° 22.388' E, 755 m, evergreen forest, MT, 26.ii–5.iii.2007 (W. Sukho) (1) GoogleMaps ; Nakhon Ratchasima, Khao Yai NP, near fire protection office, 14° 28.524' N, 101° 22.928' E, 757 m, MT, 12–19.vi.2007 (P. Sandao) (1); GoogleMaps Nakhon Sri Thammarat, Namtok Yong NP, Road to Khao Mhen, 150 m from Nern 499, 8° 16.959' N, 99° 39.149' E, 499 m, MT, 27.viii–3.ix.2008 (Samnaokan, S.) (1); GoogleMaps as previous except: 8° 10.434' N, 99° 44.508' E, 80 m, pan trap, 10–11.ix.2008 (U-prai, K.) (2) GoogleMaps ; Phetchaburi, Kaeng Krachan NP, Pa La-U/bus parking, 12° 32.125' N, 99° 28.283' E, MT, 4–11.vii.2008 (Akaradate & Thongbai) (3) GoogleMaps ; Surat Thani, Khao Sok NP, Headquarters, 8° 54.896' N, 98° 31.81' E, 115 m, MT, 10–17.vii.2008 (Buathong, S.) (1); GoogleMaps as previous except: Klong Morg unit, 8° 53.725' N, 98° 39.025' E, 87 m, MT, 10–17.vii.2008 (Buathong, S.) (1) GoogleMaps ; Tak, Umphang Distr., Thung Yai WS, Song Bae stream, 15 o 28' N, 98 o 48' E, evergreen rain forest, 18–27.iv.1988 (M. J. D. Brendell) (1) GoogleMaps .

Other distribution: China (Fujian), India (W. Bengal), Indonesia (Bali, Batoe Is., Java, Kalimantan, Sumatera), Malaysia (E. & W.), Philippines, New Britain, Solomon Is. Intercepted in Japan in timber from various countries in the region. The species also occurs in Brunei Darussalam, Indonesia (Maluku, Sulawesi), Laos and Vietnam (R. A. Beaver, unpublished records). (4)

Biology: Browne (1961a) suggests that this is mainly a ‘hill’ species occurring at altitudes above 600 m, but the records from Thailand suggest that it frequently occurs at lower altitudes. The species is polyphagous ( Browne 1961a). In Thailand it has been recorded from Acacia auriculiformis (Leguminosae) ( Hutacharern & Tubtim 1995) . Illustrations: P (PaDIL 2014 as Hadrodemius ursulus ); D ( Maiti & Saha 2004 as Xylosandrus ursulus ).

MT

Mus. Tinro, Vladyvostok

V

Royal British Columbia Museum - Herbarium

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Insecta

Order

Coleoptera

Family

Curculionidae

Genus

Anisandrus

Loc

Anisandrus ursulus (Eggers)

Beaver, R. A., Sittichaya, W. & Liu, L-Y. 2014
2014
Loc

Anisandrus ursulus (Eggers)

Dole, S. A. & Cognato, A. I. 2010: 527
2010
Loc

Xyleborus ursulus

Eggers, H. 1923: 173
1923