Species Details

Phimodera torpida

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Identification6.5- 7.0 mm. In Alberta, species of the genus Phimodera are generally slightly smaller and darker in colour than other scutellerids (excepting Fokkeria producta). P. binotata and P. torpida are characterised by a broad X-shaped pattern on the pronotum and paired pale stripes on the leading edge of the scutellum, just below the pronotal angle. While both species of Phimodera in Alberta are quite similar, P. torpida is only known in the province from one record and is probably less likely to be encountered.

Scientific Name Phimodera torpida Identification
6.5- 7.0 mm. In Alberta, species of the genus Phimodera are generally slightly smaller and darker in colour than other scutellerids (excepting Fokkeria producta). P. binotata and P. torpida are characterised by a…
6.5- 7.0 mm. In Alberta, species of the genus Phimodera are generally slightly smaller and darker in colour than other scutellerids (excepting Fokkeria producta). P. binotata and P. torpida are characterised by a broad X-shaped pattern on the pronotum and paired pale stripes on the leading edge of the scutellum, just below the pronotal angle. While both species of Phimodera in Alberta are quite similar, P. torpida is only known in the province from one record and is probably less likely to be encountered.
Life History No information available. Diet Info Phytophagous Range
In Alberta, there is only one known record of Phimodera torpida, collected in Tilley, near Medicine Hat in August 1940. P. torpida is also found in British Columbia, Saskatchewan, Colorado, Michigan and Utah…
In Alberta, there is only one known record of Phimodera torpida, collected in Tilley, near Medicine Hat in August 1940. P. torpida is also found in British Columbia, Saskatchewan, Colorado, Michigan and Utah (McPherson 1982).

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"Species Details - Phimodera torpida, University of Alberta E.H. Strickland Entomological Museum." University of Alberta Museums Search Site, https://search.museums.ualberta.ca/g/2-2495. Accessed 16 Jul. 2024.

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Specimen Information

There is 1 specimen of this Species.

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UASM1287 - Phimodera torpida

University of Alberta E.H. Strickland Entomological Museum

Place CollectedCanada: Alberta, Tilley Collected ByCarr, J.L. Date Collected1940-08-16

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