Harmonia quadripunctata Pontoppidan

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: 61

publication ID

http://doi.org/ 10.5281/zenodo.273410

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scientific name

Harmonia quadripunctata Pontoppidan
status

 

Harmonia quadripunctata Pontoppidan  

NEW BRUNSWICK: Westmorland County: Moncton, 1965 – 71, C.G. Majka, CGMC.

This Palearctic species was established in the United States as early as 1924 and is now found in New York and New Jersey ( Vandenberg 1990). The specimen collected in New Brunswick (specific date not recorded) apparently represents an accidental conveyance of this species by road, rail, or air to Moncton, a major transportation hub. There is no evidence that the species has become established; consequently it is not included as part of the region’s fauna.

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University of Newcastle