Hexanchorus Sharp, 1882,

Segura, Melissa Ottoboni, Passos, Maria Ines Da Silva Dos, Fonseca-Gessner, Alaíde Aparecida & Froehlich, Claudio Gilberto, 2013, Elmidae Curtis, 1830 (Coleoptera, Polyphaga, Byrrhoidea) of the Neotropical region, Zootaxa 3731 (1), pp. 1-57: 46-48

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Hexanchorus Sharp, 1882
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Hexanchorus Sharp, 1882 

Hexanchorus browni Spangler & SantIago-Fragoso, 1992 

Hexanchorus browni Spangler & Santiago-Fragoso, 1992: 39 

COSTA RICA: Puntarenas: Canoas, Volcán, San José—Spangler and Santiago-Fragoso (1992). MEXICO: Veracruz: Catemaco José—Spangler and Santiago-Fragoso (1992), Spangler and Staines (2003). PANAMA: Chiriquí: David, Bambito, Boquete, Caldera, Concepción, Arena Fortuna, Dolega, Guabala, Horqueta, Pueblo Nuevo, Cocle: El Valle, Penonome, Herrera: Los Pozos, Cerro Azul, Chepo, Chorrera, Pacora, Veraguas: Jorones, Sona—Spangler and Santiago-Fragoso (1992), Spangler and Staines (2003).

Hexanchorus caraibus (Coquerel, 1851) 

Potamophilus caraibus Coquerel, 1851: 601 

Hexanchorus caraibus, Zaitzev, 1908: 288 

BRAZIL: Rio de Janeiro: Angra dos Reis, Guapimirim—Passos et al. (2009). DOMINICA: Bell, Boeri Lake, Geneva River, Deux Branches, Fond Figues River, Laudat, Layou River, Morne Nichols, Pont Casse—Coquerel (1851), Darlington (1936), Spangler and Santiago-Fragoso (1992). GUADELOUPE: Chute du Carret, Grand Rivier des Vieux, Rivier Belle Eau—Coquerel (1851), Darlington (1936), Spangler and Santiago-Fragoso (1992).

MARTINIQUE: Ajoupa Baillou, Alma, Rivier Lezard, St. Pierre to Morne Rouge—Coquerel (1851), Darlington (1936), Spangler and Santiago-Fragoso (1992).

SAINT LUCIA: Cul de Sac River—Coquerel (1851), Spangler and Santiago-Fragoso (1992). SAINT VICENT: Buccament Valley, Grand Bonhomme Mountain, Grand Sable River, Calliagua River—Coquerel (1851), Spangler and Santiago-Fragoso (1992).

Hexanchorus cordillierae  (GuérIn-MénevIlle, 1843) Potamophilus cordillierae Guérin-Méneville, 1843: 19  Hexanchorus cordillierae  ?

COLOMBIA: Rio Chipalo—Guérin-Méneville (1843)

Hexanchorus crinitus Spangler & SantIago-Fragoso, 1992 

Hexanchorus crinitus Spangler & Santiago-Fragoso, 1992: 31 

COSTA RICA: San José: San Isidro, Heredia: Puerto Viejo, Puntarenas: Canoas, Volcán—Spangler and Santiago- Fragoso (1992), Spangler and Staines (2003).

PANAMA: Bocas del Toro: Punta Pena, Chiriquí: Guabala, Cocle: El Valle, Zegla, Chepo, Pacora—Spangler and Santiago-Fragoso (1992), Spangler and Staines (2003).

Hexanchorus dentitibialis MaIer, 2013 

Hexanchorus dentitibialis Maier, 2013: 43 

VENEZUELA: Guayabita Creek, Aragua  , Turmero—Maier (2013).

Hexanchorus dimorphus Spangler & StaInes, 2003 

Hexanchorus dimorphus Spangler & Staines, 2003: 46 

ARGENTINA: Missiones—Spangler and Staines (2003), Manzo and Archangelsky (2012).

Hexanchorus emarginatus Spangler & SantIago-Fragoso, 1992 

Hexanchorus emarginatus Spangler & Santiago-Fragoso, 1992: 37 

COSTA RICA: San José: San Isidro, Alajuela: Barranca, Guanacaste: Puntarenas: Volcán—Spangler and Santiago- Fragoso (1992).

PANAMA: Chiriquí: Bodega, Concepción, Guabala, Pueblo Nuevo—Spangler and Santiago-Fragoso (1992).

Hexanchorus falconensis MaIer, 2013  Hexanchorus falconensis Maier, 2013: 46  VENEZUELA: Falcón—Maier (2013).

Hexanchorus flintorum MaIer, 2013 

Hexanchorus flintorum Maier, 2013: 49  VENEZUELA: Mérida—Maier (2013).

Hexanchorus gracilipes Sharp, 1882 

Hexanchorus gracilipes Sharp, 1882: 128 

BRAZIL: Rio de Janeiro: Angra dos Reis, Maricá—Passos et al. (2009). COSTA RICA: San José—Hinton (1940 d), Blackwelder (1944).

GUATEMALA: Suchitepequez—Spangler and Santiago-Fragoso (1992). MEXICO: Chinantla, Temascaltepec, Real de Arriba,Veracruz: Balzapote, Catemaco, Tejupilco, Morelos, Cuernavaca—Sharp (1882), Hinton (1940 d), Spangler and Santiago-Fragoso (1992). PANAMA: Bugaba—Sharp (1887), Hinton (1940 d), Blackwelder (1944).

Hexanchorus homaeotarsoides MaIer, 2013 

Hexanchorus homaeotarsoides Maier, 2013: 52 

VENEZUELA: Amazonas, Marahuaka—Maier (2013).

Hexanchorus inflatus MaIer, 2013 

Hexanchorus inflatus Maier, 2013: 55 

VENEZUELA: Amazonas—Maier (2013).

Hexanchorus leleupi Delève, 1968 

Hexanchorus leleupi Delève, 1968: 214 

ECUADOR: Papallacta—Delève (1968), Spangler and Staines (2003), Monte and Mascagni (2012).

Hexanchorus mediarmidi Spangler & StaInes, 2003 

Hexanchorus mediarmidi Spangler & Staines, 2003: 47 

VENEZUELA: Los Caracas, Barinas, Mérida, Zulia—Spangler and Staines (2003), Maier (2013).

Hexanchorus shannoni Spangler & StaInes, 2003  Hexanchorus shannoni Spangler & Staines, 2003: 45  ARGENTINA: Missiones—Spangler and Staines (2003), Manzo and Archangelsky (2012).

Hexanchorus tarsalis HInton, 1937 

Hexanchorus tarsalis Hinton, 1937 b: 95 

BRAZIL: Santa Catarina: Nova Teutônia—Hinton (1937 b, 1940 d), Blackwelder (1944), Spangler and Staines (2003).

Hexanchorus thermarius (Coquerel, 1851) 

Potamophilus thermarius Coquerel, 1851: 595 

Hexanchorus thermarius, Grouvelle, 1896 b: 78 

BRAZIL: Espírito Santo—Blackwelder (1944), Costa et al. (1999),Spangler and Staines (2003).

Hexanchorus tibialis HInton, 1935 

Hexanchorus tibialis Hinton, 1935: 176 

BOLIVIA: Cochabamba—Hinton (1935, 1940d), Blackwelder (1944), Spangler and Staines (2003), Manzo and Moya, 2010.

PERU: Tingo Maria—Spangler (1966).

Hexanchorus usitatus Spangler & SantIago-Fragoso, 1992 

Hexanchorus usitatus Spangler & Santiago-Fragoso, 1992: 33 

COSTA RICA: Alajuela: Alajuela, Cartago: La Suiza, Guanacaste: Cañas, Heredia: Barba, Limón: Guapiles, Puntarenas: Esparta, San José: Grecia—Spangler and Santiago-Fragoso (1992).

PANAMA: Cocle: El Valle, Bocas del Toro: Pipeline, Punta Pena, Zegla, Chiriquí: Bambito, Boquete, Cerro Punta, Cuenca Fortuna, Quebrada Arena, Guabala, Horqueta – Spangler and Santiago-Fragoso (1992).

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Insecta

Order

Coleoptera

Family

Elmidae