Psarocolius

Iorio, Osvaldo Di & Turienzo, Paola, 2012, Addenda to the insects found in birds’ nests from the Neotropical Region and Neotropical immigrants in the Nearctic Region, with a discussion of the probable transmission mechanism of Ornithoc, Zootaxa 3349, pp. 1-17: 5

publication ID

10.5281/zenodo.211000

persistent identifier

http://treatment.plazi.org/id/880F1003-A272-FF9A-FF23-3DDEFDAFFBF1

treatment provided by

Plazi

scientific name

Psarocolius
status

 

Psarocolius  sp.

COLLEMBOLA  : Entomobryidae  (188 exx.); BLATTARIA  : Blattellidae  : Blattellinae  : Dendroblatta  sp. (3 adults); Pseudophyllodromiinae  : Chorisoneura  sp. (1 female carrying oothecae); Amazonina  sp. (3 adults, 112 nymphs); Unidentified sp. (3 nymphs); Blaberidae  : Zetoborinae  : Schultesia lampyridiformis  (63 adults, 130 nymphs in 5 nests of 2 colonies); Unidentified family (3 exx.); ISOPTERA  (1 worker); HEMIPTERA  : Anthocoridae  (53 adults, 23 nymphs); Lygaeidae  (6 adults); Reduviidae  (5 nymphs, 1 adult); Saicinae  : Tagalis evavilmae Gil-Santana, Gouveia & Zeraik, 2010  (3 adults, 1 nymph); Pyrrhocoridae  (17 adults in nests of one colony, some settled on the nests at the moment of collection); Schizopteridae  (1 adult); Cicadellidae  (3 nymphs); Diaspididae  (2 first nymphs in 2 nests); PSOCOPTERA  (1167 adults, 2081 nymphs); THYSANOPTERA  : Phlaeothripidae  (114 adults, 83 nymphs in all nests); COLEOPTERA  : Bothrideridae  (9 adults); Carabidae  (73 adults); Cerambycidae  (1 adult, 1 larva); Chrysomelidae  (20 adults); Cleridae  (1 adult); Corylophidae  (86 adults, 24 larvae); Cucujidae  (6 adults); Curculionidae  (65 adults); Baridinae  (4 adults); Cossoninae  (2 adults); Scolytinae  (84 adults); Dermestidae  (57 adults, 82 larvae); Elateridae  (38 adults, 2 larvae); Histeridae  (1 adult); Lampyridae  (1 adult); Nitidulidae  (99 adults); Ptiliidae  (38 adults); Scarabaeidae  (14 adults); Scydmaenidae  (5 adults); Staphylinidae  (594 adults, 48 larvae); Pselaphinae  (4 adults); Tenebrionidae  (562 adults, 22 larvae); Trogossitidae  (21 adults); Unidentified family (32 larvae); DIPTERA  : Chloropidae  (40 adults, 7 larvae); Ephydridae  (1 adult); Phoridae  (1 adult); Cecydomyiidae (2 adults); Ceratopogonidae  (1 adult); Chironomidae  (2 adults); Sciaridae  (145 adults); HYMENOPTERA  : Diapridae  (36 adults); Formicidae  : Dolichoderinae  : Dolichoderus  sp. (1 ex.); Tapinoma  sp. (40 exx. in 6 nests); Formicinae  : Camponotus  sp. (7 exx.); Myrmicinae: Crematogaster  sp. (45 exx. in 5 nests, 205 exx. in 1 nest); Leptothorax  sp. (1 ex.); Wasmannia  sp. (6 exx.); Pseudomyrmecinae  : Pseudomyrmex  sp. (4 exx.); Ponerinae  : Hypoponera  sp. (14 exx.); Pteromalidae  (27 adults); Scelionidae  (1 adult); Tanaostigmatidae  (1 adult); LEPIDOPTERA  : Noctuidae  (4 adults, 5 larvae); Unidentified family (1 larva) [all INPAAbout INPA]

BRAZIL: Amazonas: near Manaus, municipality of Iranduba, near the meeting of the rivers Negro and Solimões, III-02 to VI-02, from a total of 9 nests [1 from Xiborena (3 º 12 ’ 22 ’’ S, 59 º 56 ’ 48 ’’ W), 4 from Marchantaria (3 º 14 ’ 01’’ S, 59 º 58 ’ 10 ’’ W), 1 from Paracuúba (3 º 13 ’ 05’’ S, 59 º 59 ’ 17 ’’ W), 3 from Catalão (3 º 12 ’ 19 ’’ S, 59 º 55 ’ 13 ’’ W)] ( Gouveia et al. 2012).

INPA

Instituto Nacional de Pesquisas da Amazonia

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Chordata

Class

Aves

Order

Passeriformes

Family

Icteridae