BRONTINAE

Peck, Stewart B., 2010, The beetles of the island of St. Vincent, Lesser Antilles (Insecta: Coleoptera); diversity and distributions, Insecta Mundi 2010 (144), pp. 1-77: 38

publication ID

http://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.5352880

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scientific name

BRONTINAE
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SUBFAMILY BRONTINAE  

TRIBE TELEPHANINI  

Cryptamorpha desjardinsi (Guérin-Ménèville)   1829: 196 ( Psammoecus   ); Blackwelder 1944-1957: 423; Thomas 1993: 13; Halstead 1993: 134; Turnbow and Thomas 2008: 51. = Cryptamorpha musae Wollaston 1854: 157   ; Champion 1898: 405. Distribution. Bahamas, Grenada, St. Vincent. USA (AL-FL); cosmopolitan; widespread New World. Notes. Adults feed on plant debris and may be in stored products; the larvae are predators on small arthropods.

Telephanus blairi Nevermann 1932: 15   ; Blackwelder 1944-1957: 422. = T. elongatus Grouvelle 1890: 159   , in part; misidentification according to Nevermann 1932: 15. Distribution. Grenada, St. Vincent; Lesser Antilles endemic.

Telephanus ceraunoides Nevermann 1932: 10   ; Blackwelder 1944-1957: 422. = Telephanus terminatus Grouvelle 1880: 175   ; Champion 1898: 404; Nevermann 1932: 10; Blackwelder 1944-1957: 423 of St. Vincent. Distribution. St. Vincent; single island endemic.

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Insecta

Order

Coleoptera

Family

Silvanidae

Loc

BRONTINAE

Peck, Stewart B. 2010
2010
Loc

Cryptamorpha desjardinsi (Guérin-Ménèville)

Turnbow, R. H., Jr. & M. C. Thomas 2008: 51
Thomas, M. C. 1993: 13
Halstead, D. G. H. 1993: 134
Champion, G. C. 1898: 405
1993