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Range Extensions in North American Hispinae (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae)

  title={Range Extensions in North American Hispinae (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae)},
  author={C. L. Staines},
  journal={Great Lakes Entomologist},
  • C. L. Staines
  • Published 1995
  • Biology
  • Great Lakes Entomologist
  • Thirty-nine new state or provincial records are presented for 22 species of North American Hispinae. The Hispinae (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae) of America north of Mexico have been fairly well studied. Crotch (1873) and Horn (1893) provided keys to the species described by those dates. Blaisdell (1939), Butte (1968a, b, c, 1969), Clark (1983). and Riley (1986) have revised specific genera in this region. Staines (1986. 1989. 1994a. b. c) covered North American species in generic revisions. While… CONTINUE READING
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    recorded this species from most of the United States. New State Records-ALABAMA: Cleburne Co.-Summit of Mt. Cheaha, 6-VII-1939 (UMMZ)
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    1968c) described this species from Florida. New State Record-NORTH CAROLINA: Moore Co.-Southern Pines, 22-IV-1910 (UMMZ)
    • 1910
    1968c) reported this species from Massa­ chusetts southward to Texas and west to Nebraska. New State Records­ MICHIGAN: Wayne Co.-Detroit, 7-VI-1908 (UMMZ). MISSISSIPPI: Choc­ taw Co.-Jeff
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