Tribe - Scaritini

Taxonomic Hierarchy for University of Alberta E.H. Strickland Entomological Museum


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172 results for "Scaritini"

Pasimachus elongatus

University of Alberta E.H. Strickland Entomological Museum

SeasonalityThis species has been collected from May to August. IdentificationBig, flat, black beetles with immense head and broad prothorax. Sides of head, prothorax and elytra more or less violaceous. Elytra more or less smooth, striae absent or replaced by rows of shallow punctures; no dorsal or apical punctures; 7th interval present as a carina behind the humeral angle; base margined. Length 21-28 mm.

Clivina fossor

University of Alberta E.H. Strickland Entomological Museum

SeasonalityThis species has been collected in May, July and August. IdentificationThis is the only species of Clivina that occurs in Alberta. Similar to Dyschirius in habitus, but larger. Piceous or brown, head and elytra often reddish, antennae and legs bright red. First pro-tarsal segment with dentiform prominence. Basal lateral tooth of pro-tibia rudimentary or disappeared. Last abdominal sternitemoderately shiny, not dull. Length 5.5-6.5 mm.

Dyschirius interior

University of Alberta E.H. Strickland Entomological Museum

SeasonalityThis species has been collected from May to August and in October. IdentificationMember of the tridentatus group, with the raised margin of the elytron prolonged upon the base to the peduncle. Median clypeal tooth short and blunt, sometimes apparent only by the clearly bisinuate margin. Piceous to dark brown, usuallywith slight metallic hue, mouthparts and legs paler, reddish, antennae somewhat darkening towards tip. Elytron with 1 subhumeral fovea. Length 3.0-4.2 mm.

Dyschirius tenuispinus

University of Alberta E.H. Strickland Entomological Museum

SeasonalityThis single specimen was collected in August. IdentificationMember of the brevispinus group, easily distinguished from all other groups by he poorly developed apical spur of the pro-tibiae and presence of 2 dorsal punctures on the elytra. Dark piceous, elytra sometimes paler apically, mouthparts, antennae and legs entirely yellowish. Elytron with 3 subhumeral foveae and 2 subapical punctures. Length 3.7-4.0 mm.

Dyschirius campicola

University of Alberta E.H. Strickland Entomological Museum

SeasonalityThis single specimen was collected in June. IdentificationMember of the sellatus group, depigmented species without subhumeral foveae. Reddish yellow, ventral surface more or less darkened, elytra pale yellow with dark cloud behind middle. Frons smooth. Elytron with 2 dorsal punctures adjacent to 3rd stria, and 1-2 preapical punctures. Length 3.2-4.3 mm.

Dyschirius sphaericollis

University of Alberta E.H. Strickland Entomological Museum

SeasonalityThis species has been collected from May to July. IdentificationMember of the politus group, with reduced number of dorsal punctures, 1-2, on the 3rd elytral interval, and the two teeth on the lateral margin of the protibiae rudimentary. Black, usually with rather strong metallic lustre; antennae piceous or yellowish brown with at least 1st segment and base of 2nd to 3rd following pale reddish (often several basal segment entirely pale); legs reddish, tibiae palest, femora darkened. Anterior margin of clypeus usually clearly bisinuate. Elytron with 1 subhumeral fovea and 2 preapical punctures. Length 4.2-5.2 mm

Dyschirius politus

University of Alberta E.H. Strickland Entomological Museum

SeasonalityThis species has been collected from June to August. IdentificationMember of the politus group, with reduced number of dorsal punctures, 1-2, on the 3rd elytral interval, and the two teeth on the lateral margin of the protibiae rudimentary. Black or dark piceous with more or less pronounced metallic lustre (brassy, rarely bluish or greenish), antennae piceous with one plae basal segemnt (or more), legs reddish or piceous with more or less darkened femora. Anterior margin of clypeus usually truncate. Elytron with 1 subhumeral fovea and 2 preapical punctures. Length 3.4-4.9 mm.

Dyschirius quadrimaculatus

University of Alberta E.H. Strickland Entomological Museum

SeasonalityThis species has been collected in May, June and August. IdentificationMember of the quadrimaculatus group, clypeus with two blunt median teeth. Pale yellowish brown, more or less piceous ventrally, elytra about middle with a transverse dark cloud (slightly metallic) which usually extends along the suture from base to apex; shoulder region and apex always pale; prothorax often with a similar cloud on dis; antennae entirely yellow. Elytron with 3 dorsal punctures adjacent to 3rd stria, anterior puncture large; 1 subhumeral fovea; and 2 preapical punctures. Length 3.3-4.0 mm.

Dyschirius dejeanii

University of Alberta E.H. Strickland Entomological Museum

SeasonalityThis species has been collected from May to August and in October. IdentificationMember of the integer group, with 3 dorsal punctures on elytra, the anterior adjacent to 3rd stria. Black, upper surface more or less metallic, antennae black or piceous with base paler, sometimes 2 segments, front legs black, the posterior from piceous to dark reddish, femora usually darker. Elytron with 3 subhumeral foveae and 2 preapical punctures. Length 2.7-4.2 mm.

Dyschirius planatus

University of Alberta E.H. Strickland Entomological Museum

SeasonalityThe single Alberta specimen was collected in May. IdentificationMember of the integer group, with 3 dorsal punctures on elytra, the anterior adjacent to 3rd stria. Very similar to globulosus. Antennae slightly infuscated from 3rd segment, legs red, femora often darkened above. Length 2.5-3.2 mm.

Dyschirius longulus

University of Alberta E.H. Strickland Entomological Museum

SeasonalityThe single Alberta specimen was collected in May. IdentificationMember of the integer group, with 3 dorsal punctures on elytra, the anterior adjacent to 3rd stria. Very similar to globulosus. Antennae infuscated from the 2nd segment. The legs are dark reddish or piceous, femora more or less darkened above. Length 2.5-3.0 mm.

Dyschirius hiemalis

University of Alberta E.H. Strickland Entomological Museum

SeasonalityThe only Alberta specimens were collected in June. IdentificationMember of the integer group, with 3 dorsal punctures on elytra, the anterior adjacent to 3rd stria. Black with slight metallic lustre, antennae and palps mainly piceous, legs dark rufo-piceous to black. Elytron with 1 subhumeral fovea and 1 preapical puncture. Length 2.6-2.9 mm.

Dyschirius integer

University of Alberta E.H. Strickland Entomological Museum

SeasonalityThis species has been collected from May to August and in October. IdentificationMember of the integer group, with 3 dorsal punctures on elytra, the anterior adjacent to 3rd stria. Black, upper surface more or less metallic, antennae black or piceous with base paler, sometimes 2 segments, front legs black, the posterior from piceous to dark reddish, femora usually darker. Elytron with 3 subhumeral foveae and 2 preapical punctures. Length 2.7-4.2 mm.

Dyschirius globulosus

University of Alberta E.H. Strickland Entomological Museum

SeasonalityOnly a few specimens of this species have been collected in May. IdentificationMember of the integer group, with 3 dorsal punctures on elytra, the anterior adjacent to 3rd stria. Dark brown to piceous, never quite black, often with faintest metallic lustre, prosternum and elytral epipleura paler, mouthparts and legs pale, antennae (except base) and at least pro-femora often darkened. Elytron with 3 subhumeral foveae and 2 preapical punctures. Length 2.6-3.2 mm.

Dyschirius pallipennis

University of Alberta E.H. Strickland Entomological Museum

SeasonalityThe single specimen was collected in June. IdentificationMember of the sellatus group, depigmented species without subhumeral foveae. Reddish yellow, ventral surface more or less darkened, elytra pale yellow with dark cloud behind middle. Frons rugose. Elytron without any dorsal punctures. Length 3.6-4.2 mm.

Dyschirius laevifasciatus

University of Alberta E.H. Strickland Entomological Museum

Dyschirius subarcticus

University of Alberta E.H. Strickland Entomological Museum

Dyschirius nigricornis

University of Alberta E.H. Strickland Entomological Museum

Pasimachus sublaevis

University of Alberta E.H. Strickland Entomological Museum

Pasimachus depressus

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Taxonomic Hierarchy for University of Alberta E.H. Strickland Entomological Museum