Hyperaspis octavia Casey

Majka, Christopher G. & Mccorquodale, David B., 2006, The Coccinellidae (Coleoptera) of the Maritime Provinces of Canada: new records, biogeographic notes, and conservation concerns, Zootaxa 1154, pp. 49-68: 57

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Hyperaspis octavia Casey


Hyperaspis octavia Casey  

NOVA SCOTIA: Cape Breton County: Sydney Tar Ponds, 6 July 1998, B. Musgrave, CBU; Colchester County: Debert, 2 June 1995 & 4 June 1997, J. Ogden, NSNR; Kings County: Berwick, Co., NS, 29 May 1952, R.W. Walsh, ACNS; Canard, 7 June 1956, C.D. Dondale, ACNS; Kentville, 13 June 1955, C.D. Dondale, ACNS; Kentville, 23 May 1951, K. Sanford, ACNS; Kentville, 23 May 1955, C.J.S. Fox, ACNS; Kentville, 2 August 1949, not recorded; ACNS; Halifax County: Halifax, 27 May 2001, C.G. Majka, CGMC; Inverness County: Belle Marsh: Cheticamp, 2 July 2002, D.B. McCorquodale, CBU; Pictou County: Waterside Provincial Park, 11 August 1995, J. Ogden, NSNR. PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND: Kings County: Souris, 18 June 1992, M.E.M. Smith, ACPE; Queens County: Cornwall, summer 1989, M.E.M. Smith, ACPE; Cavendish, 19 July 2001, C.G. Majka, CGMC; Millvale, 13 July 2002, C.G. Majka, CGMC; St. Patricks, 14 July 2002, C.G. Majka, CGMC; Wood Islands, 20 August 2001, C.G. Majka, 2 specimens, CGMC.

Newly recorded in Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island. Recorded in the United States in Michigan ( Gordon 1985); in Canada from Saskatchewan, Ontario, Québec, and New Brunswick ( McNamara 1991).


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Agriculture Canada Nova Scotia