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Beetle species list for pitfall trap collections, Summer 1998 at HBEF


Beetle ID by Celeste Fiumara and Cindy Wood.
We gratefully acknowledge the generous help and guidance by Dr. Donald Chandler of the University of New Hampshire.
This list contains the most dominant organisms. Identification of less abundant organisms is still in progress.

  Watershed 1 and west of Watershed 6:
  Carabidae
Agonum mutatum
Agonum thoreyi
Bembidion wingatei
Calathus ingratis
Calathus ingratis
Cymindis cribricollis
Gastrellarius honestus
Platynus decentis
Pterostichus adstrictus
Pterostichus coracinus
Pterostichus punctatissimus
Pterostichus rostratus
Pterostichus stygicus
Pterostichus tristis
Scaphinotus viduus
Sphaeroderus canadensis canadensis
Tachys litoralis
Cerambycidae
Evodinus monticola monticola
Nitidulidae
Epuraea planulata
Glischrochilus sanguinolentus rubromaculatus
Glischrochilus sanguinolentus
Phenolia grossa
Pselaphidae
Batriasymmodes punctifrons
Eutyphlus schmitti
Staphylinidae
Acidota subcarinata
Acrolocha diffusa
Aleocharinae II
Aleocharinae III
Aleocharinae unknown
Anthrobium convexum
Arpedium cribatum
Atrecus macrocephalus
Bilitobius analis
Carphacis infragrus
Dinothenarus capitatus
Eusphalerum pothos
Gabrius microphthalmus
Gyrohypnos campbelli
Ishnasoma pictum
Laetutonthus iaetulus
Lathrobium simile
Lesteva pallipes
Lordithon scuttallaris
Ontholestes cingulatus
Quedius capucinus
Quedius fulvicollis
Quedius labradorensis or Molochinordes
Quedius perigrunus
Stenus austini
Tachinus fimbriatus
Tympanophorus puncticollis