Microbregma emarginatum emarginatum (Duftschmid, 1825), emarginatum (Duftschmid, 1825

Majka, Christopher G., 2007, The Derodontidae, Dermestidae, Bostrichidae, and Anobiidae of the Maritime Provinces of Canada (Coleoptera: Bostrichiformia), Zootaxa 1573 (1), pp. 1-38: 25-26

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Microbregma emarginatum emarginatum (Duftschmid, 1825)


Microbregma emarginatum emarginatum (Duftschmid, 1825)  

NOVA SCOTIA: Antigonish Co   .: Cape George Pt. , 22.vi.1993 and 23.vi.1993, M. Leblanc, funnel trap, (2), NSNR   ; Colchester Co.: Masstown , 6.vi.1990, 21.vi.1990, and 29.vi.1990, T.D. Smith, stove pipe trap, (3), NSNR   ; North River , 15.vi.2005, J. Ogden, flight-intercept trap, NSNR   ; Truro , 18.vi.1993, J. Ogden, NSNR   ; Guysborough Co.: Sherbrooke , 2.vi.1984, J. Gilhen, NSMC   ; Halifax Co.: Point Pleasant Park , 28.vi.1990, R. Ballard, NSMC   ; Point Pleasant Park , 5.x.2000 and 17.vi.2001, C.G. Majka, (2) CGMC   ; south-end Halifax , 5.x.2000, C.G. Majka, garden, CGMC   ; Miller Lake , 11.vii.2005, no collector indicated, NSNR   ; Hants Co.: Panuke Lake , 16-29.vii.1997 and 29.vii-13.viii.1997, D.J. Bishop, old-growth red spruce-hemlock forest, flight-intercept trap, (2), NSMC   ; Smiley's Park , 22.vi.2004, D. MacDonald, NSNR   ; Lunenburg Co.: Card Lake , 1-16.vii.1997, D.J. Bishop, old-growth red spruce-hemlock forest, flight-intercept trap, NSMC   ; Chester , 6.vi.1968 and 17.vii.1969, B. Wright, (3), NSMC   ; Queens Co.: Sixth Lake , 11.vii.2003, P. Dollin, oldgrowth hemlock forest, funnel trap, NSMC   . PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND: Kings Co.: Woodville Mills   ,

26.xii.2001, C.G. Majka, under bark: Picea rubens   , (4), CGMC   .

An introduced, Palearctic species newly recorded in Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island, and the Maritime Provinces as a whole ( Fig. 11 View FIGURE 11 ). In the USA recorded from Colorado, Maine, Massachusetts, Minnesota, Michigan, and New Hampshire, ( White 1982; Dearborn & Donahue 1993). In Canada recorded from British Columbia east to Québec ( McNamara 1991c). Found under bark of pine, hemlock, and hickory ( White 1982). On Prince Edward Island found boring in Picea rubens Sarg.   ( Pinaceae   ).


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