Leptinillus, Horn, 1882

Peck, Stewart B. & Newton, Alfred F., 2017, An Annotated Catalog of the Leiodidae (Coleoptera) of the Nearctic Region (Continental North America North of Mexico), The Coleopterists Bulletin 71 (2), pp. 211-258: 247

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http://doi.org/ 10.1649/0010-065X-71.2.211

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scientific name

Leptinillus
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Genus LEPTINILLUS Horn, 1882  

Leptinillus Horn, 1882: 113   . Type species: Leptinus validus Horn, 1872   (by monotypy).

Distribution. Nearctic (2 species).

L. aplodontiae Ferris, 1918: 125   ; Peck 2007: 5. Holotype female in CASC. Type locality: Fallen Leaf Lake , Plumas County, California. North American distribution: USA: CA, OR, WA. Host : Aplodontia rufa (Rafinesque)   , the mountain beaver, the oldest known group of living rodents. Biology : Summarized in Peck (2007).

L. validus ( Horn, 1872: 145)   ( Leptinus   ); Horn 1882: 113; Hatch 1957: 17; Peck 2007: 2. Syntype in MCZC. Type locality: “Hudsons Bay Region”. North American distribution (summarized in Peck 2007): Canada: AB, BC, NB, NF (record in Majka and Langor 2008), NT, ON, QC, SK, YT. USA: AK, ME, MI, MN, NH, SD, WI. Host: Castor canadensis Kuhl   , the American beaver. Immatures: Parks and Barnes (1955); Wood (1965). Biology: Wood (1965; summarized by Peck 2007).

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Insecta

Order

Coleoptera

Family

Leiodidae

Loc

Leptinillus

Peck, Stewart B. & Newton, Alfred F. 2017
2017
Loc

L. aplodontiae

Ferris, G. F. 1918: 125
1918
Loc

Leptinillus

Horn, G. H. 1882: 113
1882
Loc

L. validus ( Horn, 1872: 145 )

Hatch, M. H. 1957: 17
Horn, G. H. 1882: 113
Horn, G. H. 1872: 145
1872