Anomiopus intermedius (Waterhouse, 1891)

Chamorro, William, Marin-Armijos, Diego, senjo, Angelico & Vaz-De-Mello, Fernando Z., 2019, Scarabaeinae dung beetles from Ecuador: a catalog, nomenclatural acts, and distribution records, ZooKeys 826, pp. 1-343: 8-9

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Anomiopus intermedius (Waterhouse, 1891)
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Anomiopus intermedius (Waterhouse, 1891)   Plate 3B

Onthocharis intermedia   Waterhouse, 1891a: 354 (original description. Type locality: Brazil, Amazons, Tapajos [= Rio Tapajós, Pará]).

Onthocharis intermedia   : Gillet 1911a: 51 (list, distribution); Blackwelder 1944: 204 (list of species of Latin America); Vulcano and Pereira 1967: 581 (list).

Anomiopus intermedius   : Vaz-de-Mello 2000: 190 (cited for Brazil); Canhedo 2006: 362 (characters in key), 452 (redescription); Carvajal et al. 2011: 318-319 (cited for Ecuador); Krajcik 2012: 28 (complete list of species, cited as Anomiopus intermedia   ); Ratcliffe et al. 2015: 196 (cited for Peru); Chamorro et al. 2018: 91 (cited for Ecuador).

Type specimens.

Onthocharis intermedia   Waterhouse, 1891. The holotype (♀) is deposited at the NHML. Locality: Bras. Tapajos, examined.

Holotype (♀): "Onthocharis / intermedia / (Type) Waterh. [hw]", "Bras / Tapajos [hw, light blue label]", "Type [p, red margin]", "♀ / V.L.C.1999 [hw]", "Anomiopus / intermedius ♀ / (Waterhouse, 1891) / V.L. Canhedo 1999 [p, black margin]".

Distribution.

Brazil, Ecuador, and Peru.

Literature records.

ORELLANA: Coca, 250 m ( Canhedo 2006: 454). PASTAZA: Mera, 1100 m ( Canhedo 2006: 454). SUCUMBÍOS: 2 km N of Limoncocha, 250 m ( Canhedo 2006: 454); Lago Agrio, 30 km E road to Tarapoa ( Canhedo 2006: 454).

Temporal data.

Collected in May, June, and October.

Remarks.

Inhabits the lowland evergreen forests and the foothill evergreen forests of the Amazon region from 250-1100 m a.s.l. The collection method is unknown.