Atheta (Dimetrota) terranovae Klimaszewski and Langor

Klimaszewski, Jan, Godin, Benoit, Davies, Anthony, Bourdon, Caroline & Horwood, Denise, 2018, Forty new records of aleocharine beetles, and two new species in the genera Acrotona Thomson and Atheta Thomson, for the province of Manitoba, Canada (Coleoptera: Staphylinidae: Aleocharinae), Insecta Mundi 2018 (641), pp. 1-33: 18

publication ID

http://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.5173990

publication LSID

lsid:zoobank.org:pub:9415B2C5-9166-4014-985F-7955E72805D2

persistent identifier

http://treatment.plazi.org/id/A5636478-EE1D-FFAF-FF3D-BB6BFD18708A

treatment provided by

Felipe

scientific name

Atheta (Dimetrota) terranovae Klimaszewski and Langor
status

 

Atheta (Dimetrota) terranovae Klimaszewski and Langor  

Distribution

Origin Nearctic

Distribution Canada: LB, MB, NB, NF, ON, QC, SK, YT. USA: not recorded

New provincial Canada: Manitoba: Hecla, 2016-IX-17, 51.7849°N, 96.6152°W, 218 m, mushroom,

records sifting, B. Godin & D. Horwood ( BGC) 3 males   ; same locality data ( LFC) 4 males   ,

1 female; Bead Lake , 2016-IX-13, 50.7868°N, 99.9928°W, 620 m, mushrooms, sifting, B. Godin & D. Horwood ( BGC) 1 male GoogleMaps   ; same locality data ( LFC) 1 male, 1 female GoogleMaps   .

References Klimaszewski et al. 2011, 2018

Collection and habitat data. Habitat (outside of the study area). It occurs in many coniferous, mixed and hardwood/deciduous forest types in Canada. Adults commonly found in decaying mushrooms (polypore and gilled) and sometimes in fresh mushrooms. In NB, in an oak forest, rich Appalachian hardwood forest, northern hardwood forest, various mixed forests, red spruce forest, mature red spruce forest with red maple or yellow birch, black spruce forest, and eastern white cedar forests and swamps   ; specimens in fresh and decaying gilled mushrooms of various species, rotting lobster mushrooms, and a coral mushroom on spruce log. Also captured in unbaited and carrion-baited pitfall traps and flight intercept traps in various coniferous (spruce-feathermoss, spruce-lichen forests), mixed (spruce/aspen, riparian), and deciduous forests in NF and LB including some from decaying mushrooms   ; also from red maple, pine/willow, balsam fir/white birch forests, elsewhere. Collecting period. VI–X (most common in VIII and IX). Collecting method. Sifting litter and mushrooms, carrion-baited and unbaited pitfall traps, flight intercept traps, Lindgren funnel traps   .

MB

Universidade de Lisboa, Museu Bocage

QC

National Museum of Natural History, Bulawayo

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Insecta

Order

Coleoptera

Family

Staphylinidae

Genus

Atheta