SUBFAMILYHARPALINAE, Bonelli, 1810

Peck, Stewart B., 2016, The beetles of the Lesser Antilles (Insecta, Coleoptera): diversity and distributions, Insecta Mundi 2016 (460), pp. 1-360: 38-44

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TRIBEMORIONINI  

Morion sp.   , new genus record, new species record, H. Goulet det., Nov. 2011. Distribution. Grenada *; single island endemic? Notes. This is a worldwide genus, with several Neotropical species, of which only one species is reported from the Antilles (from Jamaica; Erwin and Sims 1984: 382.

TRIBELOXANDRINI  

Loxandrus sp. 1   , new genus record, new species record, H. Goulet det., Nov., 2011. Distribution. St. Lucia * (this may be the same bicolored species reported by Daltry 2009: 63); single island endemic? Notes. Erwin and Sims 1984: 385 report seven species from the Greater Antilles, and none from the Lesser Antilles.

Loxandrus sp. 2   , new species record, H. Goulet det., Nov., 2011. Distribution. St. Lucia * (this may be the black flightless species reported by Daltry 2009: 63); single island endemic?

TRIBEHARPALINI  

SUBTRIBESTENOLOPHINA  

Acupalpus sp.   , new genus record, new species record. Distribution. St. Vincent *; single island endemic?

SUBTRIBEHARPALINA  

Harpalus sp.   , new genus record, new species record (det. H. Goulet, Nov. 2011). Distribution. Guadeloupe *, Martinique *; Lesser Antilles endemic? Notes. The only previously reported record of this genus from the West Indies (Erwin and Sims 1984) was Harpalus integer Fabricius 1801: 196   reported in error by Fleutiaux and Sallé 1890: 366 from Guadeloupe, but this is a misidentification of Selenophorus propinquus Putzeys 1874: 118   of Guadeloupe.

SELENOPHORINIGROUP

Amblygnathus cephalotes Dejean 1829: 63   ; Erwin and Sims 1984: 441; Ball and Maddison 1987: 245; Ball 1992: 82. = Amblygnathus vitraci Fleutiauxand Sallé 1890: 364   of Guadeloupe. Distribution. Dominica, Guadeloupe. Bolivia, French Guiana, Surinam; the Lesser Antillesand Latin America   .

Amblygnathus gilvipes Ball and Maddison 1987: 230   , 232. Distribution. Guadeloupe, St. Vincent *. Surinam to Brazil and Bolivia; the Lesser Antilles and Latin America   .

Arthrostictus paganus Dejean 1831: 834   ; Blackwelder 1944-1957: 48; Ivie et al. 2008b: 238; Daltry 2009: 63. = Athrostictus iridescens Chaudoir 1843: 783   of Guadeloupe (type locality)   ; Erwin and Sims 1984: 441. Distribution. Barbados *, Grenada *, Guadeloupe, Martinique *, Mayreau*, Montserrat, Mustique*, St. Lucia, St. Vincent*, Union*. Colombia; the Lesser Antillesand Latin America   .

Discoderus subaeneus Reiche 1843: 141   ; Fleutiaux and Sallé 1890: 366 ( Selenophorus   ); Erwin and Sims 1984: 441. Distribution. Guadeloupe. Panama, South America   ; the Lesser Antillesand Latin America   .

Gynandropus guadeloupensis Fleutiaux and Sallé 1890: 365   ; Wolcott   1951: 229; Erwin and Sims 1984: 440 ( Selenophorus   ); Ball and Maddison 1987: 232. Distribution. Guadeloupe, Puerto Rico; widespread Antillesendemic.

Neoaulacoryssus cupripennis (Gory)   1833: 239 ( Selenophorus   ); Blackwelder 1944-1957: 49; Ball 1992: 85. Distribution. Grenada *, Mustique*. French Guiana; the Lesser Antillesand Latin America   .

Notiobia pallipes Bates 1882: 53   ; Blackwelder 1944-1957: Ivie et al. 2008b: 238. Distribution. Dominica *, Montserrat. Mexico   ; introduced to the Lesser Antilles.

Notiobia sp. 1   , H. Goulet det., Nov. 2011, new species record; Peck 2006: 174. Distribution. Grenada *; single island endemic?

Selenophorus affinis Dejean 1831: 822   ; Blackwelder 1944-1957: 49; Bennettand Alam 1985: 20. Distribution. Barbados (possible introduction or misidentification). Panama, Colombia, French Guiana; introduced to the Lesser Antilles?

Selenophorus alternans Dejean 1829: 49   ; Fleutiaux and Sallé 1890: 366; Ramos 1946: 31; Ivie et al. 2008b: 238; Valentineand Ivie 2005: 275; Turnbowand Thomas 2008: 14; Daltry 2009: 63. = Selenophorus macleayi (Kirby)   1837: 50; Blackwelder 1944-1957: 49; Bennettand Alam 1985: 20; Ball 1992: 85. Distribution. Bahamas, Barbados, Caymans, Cuba, Grenada, Guadeloupe, Guana, Hispaniola, Jamaica, Mayreau, Mona, Montserrat, PuertoRico, St. Kitts, St. Lucia, St. Vincent, Union. Mexico   to Venezuela to Uruguay; widespread Antilles and Latin America   .

Selenophorus barbadensis Ball and Shpeley   in Ball 1992: 100. Distribution. Barbados, St. Vincent. Lesser Antillesendemic.

Selenophorus chalybaeus Dejean 1829: 110   ; Fleutiaux and Sallé 1890: 366; Ball 1992: 85; Ivie et al. 2008b: 238; Turnbowand Thomas 2008: 14; Perez-Gelabert 2008: 79; Daltry 2009: 63; Thomaset al. 2013: 16. Distribution. Antigua, Bahamas, Barbados, Caymans, Dominica, Grenada, Guadeloupe, Hispaniola, Mayreau, Montserrat, Mustique, Nevis, PuertoRico, St. Barthélemy, St. Kitts, St. Lucia, Union. Central and South America   ; widespread Antillesand Latin America   .

Selenophorus discopunctatus Dejean 1829: 92   ; Erwin and Sims 1984: 440; Ball 1992: 85; Valentineand Ivie 2005: 275; Ivieet al. 2008b: 238; Turnbow and Thomas 2008: 14; Daltry 2009: 63; Thomas et al. 2013: 16. Distribution. Antigua, Bahamas, Barbados, Bequia, Caymans, Cuba, Dominica, Grenada, Guana, Hispaniola, Jamaica, Martinique, Mayreau, Montserrat, Mustique, Nevis, PuertoRico, St. Barthélemy, St. Kitts, St. Lucia, St. Vincent. Se USA, Central and South America   ; widespread New World.

Selenophorus flavilabris Dejean 1829: 97   , Ball 1992: 85; Turnbow and Thomas 2008: 14. Distribution. Bahamas, unspecified Leeward Islands, Puerto Rico; widespread Antillesendemic.

Selenophorus integer Fabricius 1801: 58   . Distribution. Antigua, Bahamas, Barbados, Cuba, Grenada, Hispaniola, Mayreau, Mustique, Puerto Rico, St. Kitts, St. Vincent; widespread Antillesendemic.

Selenophorus latior   Darlington 1934: 109; Ball 1992: 85; Valentine and Ivie 2005: 275; Daltry 2009: 63. Distribution. Grenada, Guana, Hispaniola, Mayreau, Mustique, PuertoRico, St. Kitts, St. Lucia, St. Vincent; widespread Antillesendemic.

Selenophorus sp.   ; “ iviei   ;” undescribed, manuscript name ‘ ivie i’; Ivie et al. 2008b: 238. Distribution. Montserrat, St. Vincent; Lesser Antillesendemic?

Selenophorus nonseriatus   Darlington 1934: 109; Ball 1992: 85; Peck 2006: 10. Distribution. Dominica, Hispaniola, Jamaica; widespread Antilles endemic. Notes. Daltry 2009: 63 reports a species near this from St. Lucia.

Selenophorus paganus Dejean 1831: 834   ; Ball 1992: 85. Distribution. Antigua; unspecified Leeward and Windward Islands. Colombia; the Lesser Antillesand Latin America   .

Selenophorus parumpunctatus Dejean 1829: 104   . Distribution. Antigua, Barbados, Montserrat, Mustique, Saba, St. Lucia; Lesser Antillesendemic.

Selenophorus parvus   Darlington 1934: 105; Daltry 2009: 63. Distribution. Barbados, Bequia, Canouan, Grenada, Montserrat, Mustique, Puerto Rico, St. Lucia; widespread Antillesendemic.

Selenophorus propinquus Putzeys 1874: 118   ; Fleutiaux and Sallé 1890: 366; Erwin and Sims 1984: 440; Ball 1992: 85; Valentineand Ivie 2005: 275; Ivieet al. 2008b: 238; Turnbowand Thomas 2008: 14. Distribution. Antigua, Bahamas, Dominica, Guadeloupe; Guana, Martinique, Montserrat, Nevis, St. Kitts, St. Lucia, Union. South America   ; the Lesser Antillesand Latin America   . Notes. Recordsof Selenophorus integer (Fabricius)   1801: 196 ( Harpalus   ) in Fleutiaux and Sallé 1890: 366 and Erwin and Sims 1984: 440 ( Harpalus   ) for the Lesser Antilles are this species; Selenophorus integer   is confined to the Greater Antilles.

Selenophorus sinuatus Gyllenhal 1806: 203   ; Fleutiaux and Sallé 1890: 366; Ramos 1946: 31; Erwin and Sims 1984: 441; Ball 1992: 85; Valentineand Ivie 2005: 275; Ivieet al. 2008b: 238; Turnbowand Thomas 2008: 15; Daltry 2009: 63; Thomaset al. 2013: 17. Distribution. Antigua, Bahamas, Caymans, Cuba, Dominica, Guadeloupe, Guana, Hispaniola, Jamaica, Les Saintes, Mona, Montserrat, Puerto Rico, St. Lucia; widespread Antillesendemic.

Selenophorus striatopunctatus Putzeys 1878: 33   ; Bennett and Alam 1985: 20; Ball 1992: 85; Turnbow and Thomas 2008: 15; Daltry 2009: 63; Thomaset al. 2013: 17. Distribution. Bahamas, Barbados, Caymans, Cuba, Grenada, Jamaica, Hispaniola, Leeward Islands, Puerto Rico, St. Luca. Se USA, Central America   ; widespread Antillesand North and/or Central America   .

Selenophorus subquadratus Putzeys 1878: 59   ; Erwin and Sims 1984: 441; Ball 1992: 85; Ivie et al. 2008b: 238. = Selenophorus guadeloupensis Fleutiauxand Sallé 1889: 365   ; Ball 1992: 96 (synonymy). Distribution. Cuba, Dominica, Guadeloupe, Hispaniola, Montserrat, unspecified Windward Islands; widespread Antillesendemic.

Selenophorus yucatanus Putzeys 1878: 24   ; Ball 1992: 96. Distribution. Mayreau, Mustique, Union. Central America   , South America   ?; the Lesser Antillesand Latin America   ?

Selenophorus woodruffi Ball and Shpeley   in Ball 1992: 96. Distribution. Curaçao, Grenada (type locality), Mayreau. Aruba; the Lesser Antillesand Latin America   .

TRIBEPENTAGONICINI  

Pentagonica flavipes (LeConte)   1853: 377 ( Didetus   ); Reichardt 1968; Bell 1985: 323; Miskimen and Bond 1970: 79; Schiller 2004: 34; Valentineand Ivie 2005: 275; Ivieet al. 2008b: 238; Turnbowand Thomas 2008: 14; Perez-Gelabert 2008: 81; Daltry 2009: 63; Touroultand Poirier 2012: 47; Thomaset al. 2013: 16. = Rhombodera picea Fleutiauxand Sallé 1890: 362   of Guadeloupe. Distribution. Antigua, Bahamas, Caymans, Cuba, Dominica, Caymans, Grenada *, Guadeloupe, Guana, Hispaniola, Martinique, Montserrat, Nevis *, Saba*, St. Croix, St. Lucia, St. Vincent *. Se USA, Mexico   , Central America   , Colombia, Trinidad, Brazil; widespread New World. The subspecies Pentagonica flavipes picipes   Darlington occurs on Hispaniola, Jamaica, Puerto Rico, and St. Croix.

Pentagonica maculicornis Bates 1883: 217   ; Bell 1985: 322. Distribution. Barbados, Dominica, Grenada *, Hispaniola, Jamaica, Puerto Rico, St. Croix, St. Lucia, St. Vincent. Costa Rica, Panama, Colombia, Trinidad, Venezuela; the Lesser Antillesand Latin America   .

TRIBE PLATYNINI  

Dyscolus spp.   , the ellipticus species group; restricted to the Lesser Antilles, flight wings completely or partially reduced, apparently colonizing from the Greater Antilles.

Dyscolus alternans (Chaudoir)   1878: 348 ( Colpodes   ); Fleutiauxand Sallé 1890: 368; Liebherr, 1988c: 138 ( Platynus   ). Distribution. Guadeloupe; singleisland endemic.

Dyscolus ellipticus (Chaudoir)   1878: 312 ( Colpodes   ); Liebherr 1987: 351, 1988c: 138 ( Platynus   ). Distribution, Martinique; singleisland endemic.

Dyscolus lherminieri (Chaudoir)   1842: 838 ( Paranomus   ); Chaudoir 1859: 318 ( Colpodes   ); Fleutiaux and Sallé 1890: 367; Liebherr 1987: 352 ( Platynus   ); Liebherr, 1988c: 138; Schiller 2004: 43. Distribution. Dominica, Guadeloupe; Lesser Antillesendemic.

Dyscolus pseudellipticus (Liebherr)   1987: 352 ( Platynus   ); Liebherr 1988c: 138. Distribution. Dominica; singleisland endemic.

Dyscolus spp.   , the memnonius species group; also occurring in Greater Antilles and on continental mainland (winged), apparently colonizing from South America   .

Dyscolus dejeani (Chaudoir)   1859: 359 ( Colpodes   ( Dyscolus   )); Fleutiaux and Sallé 1890: 367; Liebherr, 1987: 355, 1988c: 138 ( Platynus   ). = Platynus brunnea Dejean 1831: 440   of Guadeloupe. Distribution. Guadeloupe; singleisland endemic.

Dyscolus elongatus (Chaudoir)   1878: 344 ( Colpodes   ); Fleutiaux and Sallé 1890: 367; Liebherr 1987: 356, 1988c: 138 ( Platynus   ). Distribution. Guadeloupe; singleisland endemic.

Dyscolus glaucipennis (Liebherr)   1987: 357 ( Platynus   ); Liebherr 1988c: 138. Distribution. Dominica; singleisland endemic.

Dyscolus luciae Liebherr 1987: 357   ( Platynus   ), 1988c: 138. Distribution. St. Lucia; single island endemic.

Dyscolus memnonius Dejean 1831: 439   ; Chaudoir 1878: 343 ( Colpodes   ); Fleutiaux and Sallé 1890: 367; Liebherr 1987: 358, 1988c: 138 ( Platynus   ). Distribution. Guadeloupe; singleisland endemic.

Dyscolus paramemnonius (Liebherr)   1987: 359 ( Platynus   ); Liebherr, 1988c: 138. Distribution. Dominica; singleisland endemic. Plate 1.

Dyscolus punctinotus (Liebherr)   1987: 359 ( Platynus   ), 1988c: 138. Distribution. St. Vincent; single island endemic.

Glyptolenus chalybaeus Dejean 1831: 720   ; Fleutiaux and Sallé 1890: 368 ( Colpodes   ); Erwin and Sims 1984: 435 ( Platynus   ); Liebherr 1997: 90; Ivieet al. 2008b: 238; Daltry 2009: 63; Touroultand Poirier 2012: 47. Distribution. Dominica, Grenada, Guadeloupe, Martinique, Montserrat, St. Kitts, St. Lucia, St. Vincent. Nicaragua, Costa Rica, Panama, Brazil; the Lesser Antillesand Latin America   .

Glyptolenus simplicicollis   Darlington 1934: 97; Liebherr 1997: 93. Distribution. Dominica; single island endemic.

Glyptolenus smithi Liebherr 1997: 95   . Distribution. St. Vincent; single island endemic.

TRIBE CTENODACTYLINI  

Calophaena sp.   , undescribed species, new genus record, new species record (G. E. Ball det. (CMNC)). Distribution. Dominica *; single island endemic. Notes. The tribe is otherwise known in the West Indies only by Leptotrachelus dorsalis Fabricius 1801: 220   (see below). Adults probably hunt on the leaves of Heliconia sp.   and Calathea sp.  

Leptotrachelus sp.   , possibly Leptotrachelus dorsalis Fabricius 1801: 220   ; Blackwelder 1944-1957: 68; Bennettand Alam 1985: 19. Distribution. Barbados; record needs confirmation. Leptotrachelus dorsalis   itself is recorded from Cuba, Hispaniola (Perez-Gelabert 2008: 79) and USA (SC, KS) (Erwin and Sims 1984: 442); widespread Antilles and North and/or Central America   ? Notes. Predaceous on Barbados on sugarcane thrips ( Fulmekiola serrata Kobus   ).

TRIBE PERIGONINI  

Perigona guadeloupensis Fleutiaux and Sallé 1890: 367   ; Erwin and Sims 1984: 443. Distribution. Guadeloupe; singleisland endemic.

Perigona nigriceps Dejean 1831: 44   ; Erwin and Sims 1984: 443; Bennettand Alam 1985: 20; Valentine and Ivie 2005: 275; Ivieet al. 2008b: 238; Turnbowand Thomas 2008: 14; Perez-Gelabert 2008: 81; Thomaset al. 2013: 16. Distribution. Antigua *, Bahamas, Barbados, Caymans, Cuba, Dominica, Grenada *, Guadeloupe, Guana, Hispaniola, Martinique, Montserrat, Mustique*, PuertoRico, St. Lucia *, St. Vincent *, Union*. Canada (PQ), USA (NH-FL-CA); introduced to the Lesser Antilles. Notes. Introduced to New World; an Old World (probably Asian) species widely distributed by commerce in the New World. Found around human dwellings, and probably living in decaying plant matter in and around gardens.

Perigona picea   Darlington 1934: 98; Erwin and Sims 1984: 443. Distribution. Cuba, Hispaniola, Guadeloupe; widespread Antillesendemic.

TRIBE LACHNOPHORINI  

Anchonoderus humeralis (Bates)   1883: 153 ( Lachnophorus   ); Liebherr 1988d: 25. Distribution. Grenada, St. Lucia. Guatemala, Nicaragua, Panama; the Lesser Antillesand Latin America   .

Anchonoderus subaeneus Reiche 1843: 40   ; Liebherr 1988d: 27. Distribution. Guadeloupe, probably introduced. Ecuador, Colombia, French Guiana, Guatemala, Panama; introducedto the Lesser Antilles?

TRIBE ODACANTHINI  

Colliuris sp.   ; new genus record, new species record; Daltry 2009: 63. Distribution. Grenada *, St. Lucia; Lesser Antilles endemic? Note. Several species are recorded from the Greater Antilles (Erwin and Sims 1984) but not the Lesser Antilles.

TRIBE LEBIINI  

SUBTRIBE PERICALINA  

Phloeoxena   undescribed species Daltry 2009: 63. Distribution. St. Lucia; single island endemic?

SUBTRIBE APENINA  

Note. The following species of Apenes   show nicely the mix of faunal origins in the Lesser Antilles. There are three stocks with endemic species, two of which originated in the Greater Antilles, and one on the

South American mainland; three stocks occur also on the mainland, and extend through the Lesser

Antilles and far into the Greater Antilles, and are regarded as Pleistocene arrivals; and three stocks occur in the Lesser Antilles and in the mainland Neotropics (Ball and Shpeley 2009: 186) and are probably also the most recent Pleistocene arrivals.

Apenes spp.   , the lata species group; distributed mostly in the Greater Antilles and Bahamas; one species occurs in the Lesser Antilles.

Apenes dominica Ball and Shpeley   in Ball 1992: 119; Ball and Shpeley 2009: 153. Distribution. Dominica; singleisland endemic.

Apenes spp.   , the lucidula species group; the group is distributed from n Argentina to s USA and with a species in Greater Antilles and one in the Lesser Antilles.

Apenes lucia Ball and Shpeley 2009: 139   . Distribution. St. Lucia; singleisland endemic. Plate 1.

Apenes spp.   , the postica species group; distributed from tropical South America   northwards to Mexico   , and in the Caribbean only in the Lesser Antilles.

Apenes faber Ball and Shpeley 2009: 173   . = Apenes steinheili Ball and Shpeley   in Ball 1992: 120. Distribution. St. Vincent. Tobago; the Lesser Antillesand Latin America   .

Apenes plaumanni (Liebke)   1939: 120 ( Sphalera   ); Ball 1992: 88; Ball and Shpeley 2009: 176. Distribution. Dominica (Ball 1992: 106). Brazil; the Lesser Antilles and Latin America   . Notes. No other localities are known for the species.

Apenes spp.   , the purpurata species group; known only from the Greater and the Lesser Antilles, except PuertoRico.

Apenes chalumeaui Ball and Shpeley   in Ball 1992: 115; Ivie et al. 2008b: 238; Ball and Shpeley 2009: 130. Distribution. Guadeloupe (type locality), Montserrat, St. Kitts   ; Lesser Antillesendemic.

Apenes purpurata Fleutiaux and Sallé 1890: 36   ; Erwin and Sims 1984: 445; Ball 1992: 88; Ball and Shpeley 2009: 128. Distribution. Dominica, Guadeloupe (type locality)   ; Lesser Antillesendemic.

Apenes spp.   , the sculpticeps species group; a wide ranging group from Brazil to Mexico   , with only one species known in the West Indies.

Apenes sculpticeps Ball and Shpeley 2009: 121   = Apenes marmorata Ball 1992: 106   , not Chaudoir 1875: 41. Distribution. Guadeloupe, St. Croix. Honduras to Brazil; widespread Antilles and Latin America   .

Apenes spp.   , the variegata species group; wide ranging from sw USA to Argentina and on most West Indian islands.

Apenes marginalis (Dejean)   1831: 315 ( Cymindis   ); Fleutiaux and Sallé 1890: 360; Miskimen and Bond 1970: 78; Erwin and Sims 1984: 445; Bennettand Alam 1985: 20; Ivieet al. 2008b: 238; Ball and Shpeley 2009: 106. Distribution. Anguilla, Antigua *, Barbados, Dominica, Grenada, Guadeloupe, Hispaniola, Jamaica, Les Saintes, Martinique, Montserrat, Mustique, Puerto Rico, St. Croix, St. Lucia, St. Vincent, Turks and Caicos (Grand Turk). Sw USA to Honduras, Panama, Trinidad, Brazil; the Lesser Antilles and Latin America   . Notes. Probably a predator on pests attacking crop plants.

Apenes variegata (Dejean)   1825: 217 ( Cymindis   ); Erwin and Sims 1984: 44, as synonym of Apenes pallipes (Fabricius)   1792: 159 ( Carabus   ); Ball 1992: 88; Ball and Shpeley 2009: 104; Daltry 2009: 63. = Cymindis guadeloupensis Gory 1833: 196   . Distribution. Anguilla, Antigua, Désirade, Guadeloupe, Les Saintes, Martinique*, Marie-Galante, Mustique, Puerto Rico, St. Barthélemy (type locality), St. Eustatius   , St. John, St. Kitts, St. Lucia, St. Martin-St. Maarten, St. Vincent. Trinidad, Brazil, ton Mexico   ; widespread Antillesand Latin America   . Note. The Lesser Antilles records (e. g. Fleutiauxand Sallé 1890: 360 (as Cymindis   ) for Apenes pallipes (Fabricius)   1792: 159 ( Carabus   ), which is a North American species of Agonum   , are of this species.

SUBTRIBEMETALLICINA  

Euproctinus sp.   , new genus record, new species record, H. Goulet det., Nov. 2011. Distribution. Grenada *, St. Vincent*; Lesser Antilles endemic? Notes. There are 17 Neotropical species, but the only West Indian species is Euproctinus trivittatus LeConte 1878: 373   of s FL and Cuba (Erwin and Sims 1984: 399, 446)   .

SUBTRIBE CALLEIDINA  

Calleida amethystina (Fabricius)   1787: 203 ( Carabus   ); Casale 1998: 419. Distribution. Barbados, Grenada *, St. Lucia, St. Vincent; all recent introductions. From Mexico   to Bolivia and Brazil; introduced to the Lesser Antilles.

Calleida decolor Chaudoir 1872: 131   ; Erwin and Sims 1984: 446; Casale 1998: 418. Distribution. Grenada *, Martinique, Union*; Lesser Antilles endemic. Notes. Previously known only from a single female.

Calleida sanguinicollis Dejean 1831: 333   ; Casale 1998: 419. Distribution. Grenada; introduced. Panama to Surinam and Brazil; introduced to Trinidad and Tobago; introduced to the Lesser Antilles.

Plochionus (Menidius) amandus Newman 1840: 32   ; not listed in Erwin and Sims 1984 or Blackwelder 1944-1957; Bousquet and Larochelle 1993: 279; Ivie et al. 2008b: 238; Turnbow and Thomas 2008: 13; Thomaset al. 2013: 15. Distribution. Bahamas, Caymans, Guadeloupe *, Montserrat. USA (FL); introduced to the Lesser Antilles?

SUBTRIBE LEBIINA  

Lebia bitaeniata Chevrolat 1834: 37   ; Blackwelder 1944-1957: 53; Erwin undated; not in Erwin and Sims 1984; Turnbowand Thomas 2008: 13; Thomaset al. 2013: 15. Distribution. Bahamas, Caymans, Cuba, Dominica, Puerto Rico. Mexico   to Costa Rica. USA (TX); widespread Antilles and North and/ or Central America   .

Lebia frenata Chaudoir 1871: 171   ; Erwin and Sims: 1984: 447. = Aphelogenia frenata apicalis Fleutiaux and Sallé 1890: 36   l of Guadeloupe. Distribution. Guadeloupe (subspecies Lebia frenata chevrolati Blackwelder 1944   -57: 54, replacement name for junior homonym Lebia apicalis Fleutiaux and Sallé   ). French Guiana; the Lesser Antillesand Latin America   .

Lebia marginicollis Dejean 1826: 271   ; Daltry 2009: 63. Distribution. Dominica, St. Lucia. USA (MI), Peru and Chile, and “in all the Greater Antilles” (Darlington 1953: 11, as Lebia cyanea Dejean 1831: 386   ; Blackwelder 1944-1957: 53); widespread New World? Note. Adults are active on vegetation and the larvae are probably parasites on leaf-feeding beetles.

Lebia pleurodera Chaudoir 1870: 18   ; Blackwelder 1944-1957: 53, synonym of Lebia cyanea Dejean 1831: 386   of USA and Mexico   to French Guiana and Cuba; not in Erwin and Sims 1984; Ivie et al. 2008b: 238. Distribution. Montserrat. Widespread New World; introduced to the Lesser Antilles?

SUBTRIBE PERICALINA  

Somotrichus unifasciatus Dejean 1831: 7   ; Erwin and Sims 1984: 446. = Lebia elevata Fabricius 1787: 198   in Fleutiaux and Sallé 1890: 361. Distribution. Guadeloupe. USA; cosmopolitan; introduced to New World; introduced to the Lesser Antilles.

TRIBE ZUPHIINI  

Pseudaptinus insularis Mutchler 1934: 4   , Blackwelder 1944-1957: 69; Erwin and Sims 1984: 441; Bennett and Alam 1985: 20. Distribution. Barbados, Cuba, Grenada *, PuertoRico, St. Lucia *; widespread Antilles endemic. Notes. In sugarcane fields on Barbados, probably predaceous on Diatraeasaccharalis (Fab.)   and other plant pests. Notes. From the descriptions Iam unable to separate this from the next species; and the Mutchler name would have priority.

Pseudaptinusthaxteri   Darlington 1934: 127. Distribution. Grenada; singleisland endemic.

Thalpius sp. 1   , new genus record, new species record. Distribution. Antigua *, Bequia*, Guadeloupe*, Mustique*, St. Lucia; Lesser Antillesendemic?

Thalpius sp. 2   , new species record. Distribution. Antigua *, Grenada *, Guadeloupe*, St. Kitts *, St. Lucia *; Lesser Antillesendemic.

Zuphioides sp.   , (formerly Zuphium   ); Ball and Shpeley 2013: 54); Ivie et al. 2008b: 238 ( Zuphium sp.   ). Distribution. Antigua *, Montserrat; Lesser Antillesendemic.

TRIBEGALERITINI  

Galerita americana   (L.) 1758: 415 ( Carabus   ); Fleutiaux and Sallé 1890: 359; Reichardt 1967: 63. = Galerita geniculata Dejean 1831: 297   of Guadeloupe. Distribution. Guadeloupe, St. Martin. Widespread from Guatemala to Panama, to Trinidad, south to Brazil, Paraguay, and Bolivia; widespread Antilles and Latin America   .

Galerita tristis Reiche 1842: 273   ; Erwin and Sims 1984: 442; Reichard 1967: 96. = Galerita unicolor Dejean 1825: 117   in Fleutiauxand Sallé 1890: 359 of Guadeloupe. Distribution. Barbados, Dominica, Guadeloupe, Grenada *, Jamaica. Costa Rica, El Salvador, Panama, South America   , Trinidad; widespread Antillesand Latin America   . Plate 1.

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Insecta

Order

Coleoptera

Family

Carabidae

Loc

SUBFAMILYHARPALINAE

Peck, Stewart B. 2016
2016
Loc

Apenes lucia

Ball and Shpeley 2009: 139
2009
Loc

Glyptolenus smithi

Liebherr 1997: 95
1997
Loc

Selenophorus latior

Darlington 1934
1934
Loc

Selenophorus parvus

Darlington 1934
1934
Loc

Perigona guadeloupensis Fleutiaux and Sallé 1890: 367

Fleutiaux and Salle 1890: 367
1890
Loc

Apenes purpurata Fleutiaux and Sallé 1890: 36

Fleutiaux and Salle 1890: 36
1890
Loc

Calleida decolor

Chaudoir 1872: 131
1872
Loc

Anchonoderus subaeneus

Reiche 1843: 40
1843
Loc

Plochionus (Menidius) amandus

Newman 1840: 32
1840
Loc

ODACANTHINI

Laporte de Castelnau 1834
1834
Loc

Selenophorus affinis

Dejean 1831: 822
1831
Loc

Perigona nigriceps

Dejean 1831: 44
1831
Loc

Calleida sanguinicollis

Dejean 1831: 333
1831
Loc

Selenophorus alternans

Dejean 1829: 49
1829
Loc

Selenophorus flavilabris

Dejean 1829: 97
1829
Loc

Selenophorus parumpunctatus

Dejean 1829: 104
1829
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Selenophorus integer

Fabricius 1801: 58
1801