Dicheirotrichus cognatus (Gyllenhal, 1827),

Bousquet, Yves, 2012, Catalogue of Geadephaga (Coleoptera, Adephaga) of America, north of Mexico, ZooKeys 245, pp. 1-1722: 678-680

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Dicheirotrichus cognatus (Gyllenhal, 1827)
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Dicheirotrichus cognatus (Gyllenhal, 1827) 

Harpalus cognatus  Gyllenhal, 1827 [July-October]: 455. Type locality: Höberg, N. Vånga, Västergötland, Sweden (lectotype label). Lectotype (♂), designated by Lindroth (1968: 875), in UZIU.

Harpalus deutschii  C.R. Sahlberg, 1827d [23 June]: 261. Type locality: «Lapponia» (original citation). One syntype in ZMH (Silfverberg 1987: 15). Synonymy established by Dejean (1829: 440). Note. This name may be older than Dicheirotrichus cognatus  but is not in "prevailing usage" (see Principle of priority  under “Nomenclature” section).

Trechus ruficrus  Kirby, 1837: 47. Type locality: northern parts of British America (inferred from title of the book). Holotype [by monotypy] in BMNH (Lindroth 1953b: 175). Synonymy established by Horn (1876e: 130), confirmed by Lindroth (1953b: 175).

Ophonus obscuritarsis  Motschulsky, 1844: 228. Type locality: "Omsk [Russia]" (lectotype label). Lectotype (♂), designated by Kataev and Shilenkov (in Kryzhanovskij et al. 1995: 136), in ZMMU. Synonymy established by Kataev and Shilenkov (in Kryzhanovskij et al. 1995: 136).

Bradycellus marginicollis  Motschulsky, 1845b: 345. Type locality: "Kamtschatka [Russia]" (original citation). Lectotype (♂), designated by Kataev and Shilenkov (in Kryzhanovskij et al. 1995: 136), in ZMMU. Synonymy established by Kataev and Shilenkov (in Kryzhanovskij et al. 1995: 136).

Acupalpus axillaris  Mannerheim, 1853: 124. Type locality: "insula Kadjak [Alaska]" (original citation). Lectotype (♂), designated by Lindroth (1968: 875), in ZMH. Synonymy established by Schaupp (1883c: 50), confirmed by Lindroth (1968: 875).

Stenolophus quadripunctatus  Mannerheim, 1853: 125. Type locality: "insula Sitkha [= Baranof Island, Alaska]" (original citation). Syntype(s) location unknown (possibly in ZMH). New synonymy. Note. Mannerheim (1853: 125) described a "var[iety] b" of Acupalpus axillaris  Mannerheim, 1853 and noted that it refers to the name Stenolophus quadripunctatus  , provided by Ménétriés, and listed but not described in Motschulsky (1850a: 22). As such he made the name available.

Acupalpus longiusculus  Mannerheim, 1853: 125. Type locality: "ad sinum Woskresensk [= Resurrection Bay] peninsulae Kenai [Alaska]" (original citation). Lectotype (♂), designated by Lindroth (1968: 875), in ZMH. Synonymy established by LeConte (1863b: 12), confirmed by Lindroth (1968: 875).

Acupalpus conflagratus  Mannerheim, 1853: 126. Type locality: "ad ostia fl[umen] Kaktnu [= Kenai River] peninsulae Kenai [Alaska]" (original citation). Lectotype (♂), designated by Lindroth (1968: 875), in ZMH. Synonymy established by Chaudoir (1868b: 166), confirmed by Lindroth (1968: 875).

Bradycellus nitens  LeConte, 1858b: 60. Type locality: "San Diego [San Diego County], California" (original citation). Holotype [by monotypy] in MCZ [# 5936]. Synonymy established by LeConte (1869a: 382), confirmed by Lindroth (1968: 875).

Bradycellus enwaldi  J.R. Sahlberg [in Reuter], 1882: 154. Type locality: "Ponoj [=Ponoy, Kola Peninsula, Russia]" (original citation). Two syntypes in ZMH (Silfverberg 1987: 16). Synonymy established by Hellén (1930: 5).

Trichocellus boreellus  Casey, 1914: 229. Type locality: "Queen Charlotte Islands [British Columbia]" (original citation). Lectotype (♂), designated by Lindroth (1975: 142), in USNM [# 47983]. Synonymy established by Hatch (1953: 180), confirmed by Lindroth (1968: 875).

Trichocellus lateralis  Casey, 1914: 230. Type locality: "Fort Wingate [McKinley County], New Mexico" (original citation). Lectotype (♀), designated by Lindroth (1975: 142), in USNM [# 47984]. Synonymy established by Lindroth (1968: 875).

Trichocellus monticola  Casey, 1914: 230. Type locality: "Truckee [Nevada County], California" (original citation). Lectotype (♀), designated by Lindroth (1975: 142), in USNM [# 47985]. Synonymy established by Lindroth (1968: 875).

Trichocellus punctipennis  Casey, 1914: 230. Type locality: "Reno [Washoe County], Nevada" (original citation). Lectotype (♀), designated by Lindroth (1975: 142), in USNM [# 47986]. Synonymy established by Lindroth (1968: 875).

Distribution.

This circumpolar species ranges from Iceland to eastern Siberia (Jaeger and Kataev 2003: 403) and from Alaska (Lindroth 1968: 876) to Greenland ( Böcher 1988: 14), south to southeastern Massachusetts (Cape Cod, CNC), central Iowa (Wickham 1911b: 8), central South Dakota (Kirk and Balsbaugh 1975: 32), the Sacramento Mountains in New Mexico (Fall and Cockerell 1907: 162), and the Baja California Peninsula (Horn 1894: 312). The records from southeastern New York (Notman 1928: 249) and “Pennsylvania” (Bousquet and Larochelle 1993: 227) need confirmation.

Records.

DEN: GL FRA: PM CAN: AB, BC (QCI), LB, MB, NB, NF, NS (CBI), NT, NU, ON, PE, QC, SK, YT USA: AK, AZ, CA, CO, IA, ID, IN, MA, ME, MI, MN, MT, ND, NH, NM, NV, OR, SD, UT, VT, WA, WI, WY [NY, PA] - Mexico - Holarctic

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Hexapoda

Order

Coleoptera

Family

Carabidae

Genus

Dicheirotrichus

Loc

Dicheirotrichus cognatus (Gyllenhal, 1827)

Bousquet, Yves 2012
2012
Loc

Trichocellus boreellus

Casey 1914
1914
Loc

Trichocellus lateralis

Casey 1914
1914
Loc

Trichocellus monticola

Casey 1914
1914
Loc

Trichocellus punctipennis

Casey 1914
1914
Loc

Bradycellus nitens

LeConte 1858
1858
Loc

Acupalpus axillaris

Mannerheim 1853
1853
Loc

Stenolophus quadripunctatus

Mannerheim 1853
1853
Loc

Acupalpus axillaris

Mannerheim 1853
1853
Loc

Stenolophus quadripunctatus

Mannerheim 1853
1853
Loc

Acupalpus longiusculus

Mannerheim 1853
1853
Loc

Acupalpus conflagratus

Mannerheim 1853
1853
Loc

Bradycellus marginicollis

Motschulsky 1845
1845
Loc

Ophonus obscuritarsis

Motschulsky 1844
1844
Loc

Trechus ruficrus

Kirby 1837
1837
Loc

Harpalus deutschii

C. R. Sahlberg 1827
1827