Anisotoma basalis (LeConte, 1853)

Majka, Christopher & Langor, David, 2008, The Leiodidae (Coleoptera) of Atlantic Canada: new records, faunal composition, and zoogeography, ZooKeys 2 (2), pp. 357-402: 382-383

publication ID

http://doi.org/ 10.3897/zookeys.2.56

DOI

http://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.3793377

persistent identifier

http://treatment.plazi.org/id/038987E3-B820-FF95-FFF7-D02BFC8CFE3A

treatment provided by

Plazi

scientific name

Anisotoma basalis (LeConte, 1853)
status

 

Anisotoma basalis (LeConte, 1853)  

NEW BRUNSWICK: Charlotte Co.: St. George, 5.VII.1963, R.C. Clarke, window trap, (1, CFNL). NEWFOUNDLAND: 30 miles south of Glenwood , 22.VI.1988, (1, MUN)   ; Baie Verte, 20.VI.1988 and 22.VI.1988, P. Dixon, malaise trap, (2, CFNL). NOVA SCOTIA: Halifax Co.: Abraham Lake , 16-29.VII.1997, D.J. Bishop, oldgrowth red spruce forest, flight-intercept trap, (1, NSMC)   ; Pockwock Lake , 15-30. VI.1997, D.J. Bishop, red spruce forest, flight-intercept trap, (1, NSMC)   ; Inverness Co.: Lone Shieling, Cape Breton Highlands National Park , 11-13.VI.1983, H. Goulet, forest, malaise trap, (1, CNC)   ; Lone Shieling, Cape Breton Highlands National Park , 11.VII.1983, J.R. Vockeroth, forest, malaise trap, (1, CNC)   ; MacKenzies Mountain, Cape Breton Highlands National Park , 19.VI.1983, Y. Bousquet, pan trap, (1, CNC)   ; MacKenzies Mountain, Cape Breton Highlands National Park , 7.VII.1983, J.R. Vockeroth, malaise trap, (3, CNC)   ; Lunenburg Co.: Card Lake , 16-29.VII.1997, D.J. Bishop, old-growth red spruce-hemlock forest, flight-intercept trap, (1, NSMC)   ; Queens Co.: Medway River , 13.VII.1993, J. and T. Cook, car net, (1, JCC)   ; Yarmouth Co.: Wellington , 15-24.VII.1993, J. and T. Cook, flight-intercept trap, (1, JCC)   ; Wellington , 1-7.VI.1993, J. and T. Cook, mixed coastal forest, flight-intercept trap, (2, JCC)   .

Anisotoma basalis   is newly recorded in New Brunswick and Newfoundland ( Fig. 8 View Fig ). It is listed as occurring in Nova Scotia by Peck (1991). Adults have been found between April and September. Slime mold hosts include Stemonitis axifera   , S. fusca   , Stemonitis splendens Rostaf   , and Fuligo   sp. ( Wheeler 1979).

CFNL

Universidad Autónoma de Nuevo León

NSMC

Nova Scotia Museum

CNC

Canadian National Collection of Insects, Arachnids, and Nematodes