Dendroides concolor (Newman, 1838),

Majka, Christopher G., 2006, The Mycteridae, Boridae, Pythidae, Pyrochroidae, and Salpingidae (Coleoptera: Tenebrionoidea) of the Maritime Provinces of Canada, Zootaxa 1250, pp. 37-51: 45

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Dendroides concolor (Newman, 1838)


Dendroides concolor (Newman, 1838) 

PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND: 1974 ­ 83, 3 specimens, UPEI; Queens Co.: Charlottetown, 30 June 1987, L.S. Thompson, ACPE.

Newly recorded on Prince Edward Island: scattered distribution in the Maritime Provinces ( Fig. 4View FIGURE 4). In Canada recorded from Ontario east to Nova Scotia and Newfoundland ( Campbell 1991 d); broadly distributed in the eastern United States from Maine south to North Carolina and Tennessee, and west to Illinois, Wisconsin, and Minnesota ( Downie & Arnett 1996). Larvae are associated with cool, moist sub­cortical conditions between loosened bark and decaying undersides of deciduous and coniferous logs adjacent to, or partly buried in soil; adults are nocturnal ( Young 2002).