Leptura subhamata Randall

John M. Leavengood, Jr. & Chapman, Eric G., 2014, On the southeastern United States distributions of Stictoleptura canadensis (Olivier, 1795), Leptura subhamata Randall, 1838 (Coleoptera: Cerambycidae: Lepturinae) and Heterosternuta cocheconis (Fall, 1917) (Coleoptera: Dytiscidae: Hydroporinae), Insecta Mundi 2014 (334), pp. 1-3: 2

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http://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.5178531

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DOI

http://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.5189624

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scientific name

Leptura subhamata Randall
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Leptura subhamata Randall  

Distribution Records for Leptura subhamata Randall.   Georgia: Lumpkin Co.: Chattahoochee National Forest, near Boggs Creek, 9-VI-2001, E.H. Nearns (ENPC); Murray County (FSCA); Towns Co.: on flowers along Left Mill Creek Rd, ~ 2 mi east of SR 17, 34°51.84’N, 83°41.38’W, 20-VI-2010, EG Chapman & JM Leavengood (EGCC); Kentucky: Laurel Co.: along Craigs Creek Road, on milkweed, 5- VI-2010, 36°59.17’N, 84°15.09’W, Eric G Chapman (EGCC); Laurel Co.: Daniel Boone National Forest, Craig’s Creek road, 5-VI-2009, ca. 36°59.173'/ 84°’15.086', J. M. Leavengood, Jr., EG chapman & MV Spelman (JMLC); Pulaski Co.: Bee Rock Campground, east end at trail head, 37.0297°N, 84.3195°W, Eric G Chapman (EGCC). North Carolina: Haywood County (FSCA, UMIC); Macon County (FSCA); Macon Co.: Clear Creek, Highlands, 1-VII (CUIC); Highlands, 18-VI (MCZ); Swain County: Andrew’s Bald, Great Smoky Mountains National Park, 28-VI (MCZ); Watauga Co.: Zionville, V (EDNC); South Carolina: Oconee Co.: Mount Rest (Jeff Huether, personal communication); Pickens Co.: Rocky Bottom (Jeff Huether, personal communication). Tennessee: Blount County (FSCA); Sevier Co.: Great Smoky Mountains National Park, on dead fraser fir (JPHC); Gatlinburg, 23-VII (OSUC); West Virginia: Jackson Co.: Ripley, 25-VI (CUIC); Morgan Co.: Paw Paw, 23-VI (MCZ); Nicholas Co.: Richwood, 4/VII, on Hydrangea arborescens (FSCA)   ; Pendleton Co.: 5 mi. NW of Ruddle; 16 June 1993, J. D. Hacker, Malaise trap (WVDA); Pocahontas Co.: Droop, State Hwy 39/55, @ junction Hill Creek Falls Road, 8-VIII-2009 elevation 3390', 38°10.51’18 N/80°20.21’55 W, Coll: J. M. Leavengood, Jr. & E. Chapman (JMLC); Pocahontas Co.: Monongahela National Forest, Tea Creek Campground, on flowers, 25-26-VI-2010 elevation 3350', 38°10.51’18 N/80°20.21’55 W, Coll: J. M. Leavengood, Jr. w/ EG chapman & MV Spelman (JMLC); Pocahontas Co.: Monongahela Natl. For., Cranberry Glades, 8 July 1986, M. C. Thomas (WVDA); Spruce, 8 August 1971, P. D. Hardwood (WVDA); along Williams River Road, from Tea Creek Campground to SR 150, 26-VI-2010, 38°20.99’N, 80°12.76’W, EG Chapman, JM Leavengood and MV Spelman (EGCC); Webster Co.: Monongahela Natl. For., 10 mi. NW Richwood, 9 July 1986, H. V. Weems Jr. (WVDA).

Discussion of Leptura subhamata   . Records from Georgia, new state record, represent the southernmost known limits of this species. This is not to suggest the “discovery” or expansion of the species in these areas, but rather that the lack of a recent revision of this group has resulted in incomplete published distributions.

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Insecta

Order

Coleoptera

Family

Cerambycidae

Genus

Leptura