Dysdercus ruficollis ( Linné, 1764 ),

María C. Melo, Gimena Dellapé, Leonela Olivera, Pablo S. Varela, Sara I. Montemayor & Pablo M. Dellapé, 2017, Diversity of true bugs from Iguazú National Park, Argentina, Check List 13 (5), pp. 479-511: 496

publication ID

http://doi.org/ 10.15560/13.5.479

DOI

http://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.4606311

persistent identifier

http://treatment.plazi.org/id/039F87AE-FD62-FFD2-87E6-FAFEFD7C690A

treatment provided by

Plazi

scientific name

Dysdercus ruficollis ( Linné, 1764 )
status

 

Dysdercus ruficollis ( Linné, 1764) 

Distribution. Argentina: Buenos Aires, Chaco, Cór- doba, Corrientes, Formosa, Jujuy, Misiones: Iguazú, Santa Fe, Santiago del Estero, and Tucumán; Bolivia, Brazil, Colombia, Curaçao, Ecuador, El Salvador, Brit- ish Guiana, Mexico, Paraguay, Peru, Suriname, Trinidad, and Venezuela ( Melo and Dellapé 2013).

Material examined. 3♂ 2♀, 1-XI-2012, S.I. Mon- temayor coll., PNI0595-9 (MLP);  2♂ 2♀, 1-XI-2012, M.C. Melo coll., PNI0600-3 (MLP);  1♂, 1-XI-2012, P.M. Dellapé coll., PNI0604 (MLP);  1♂ 1♀, 2-XI-2012, light trap, PNI0605-6 (MLP); 8♀, 29-X-2012, light trap, PNI0607-14 (MLP);  3♀, 20-XI-2008, Van Somer trap with mixed fruits, PNI0615-7 (MLP);  4♀, 19-XI-2008, Van Somer trap with fish, PNI0618-21 (MLP).