Hydrochus tarsalis Chevrolat

Perkins, Philip D., 2021, Taxonomy of water beetles in the genus Hydrochus Leach, 1817, from Bolivia, Brazil and Paraguay (Coleoptera: Hydrochidae), Zootaxa 4994 (1), pp. 1-93: 52

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https://doi.org/10.11646/zootaxa.4994.1.1

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scientific name

Hydrochus tarsalis Chevrolat
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Hydrochus tarsalis Chevrolat  

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Hydrochus tarsalis Chevrolat 1863: 207  

Hydrochus metallipes Knisch 1920   ; synonymy Perkins (2019a)

Originally described from Cuba.Additional locality data records have been published for Venezuela ( Perkins 2019c). Habitus and male genitalia images are given in Perkins (2019a, c). The following new locality and deposition data records are from Bolivia, Brazil and Paraguay.

Material examined (101): Bolivia: Beni, 1.7 km E of San Borja , (14°52’7’’S, 66°43’53’’W), 15.vii.1998, leg. K. B. Miller (13 SEMC) GoogleMaps   ; 40 km E. San Borja, Estacion Biologica Beni, Palm Camp at Rio Curiraba , (14°44’S, 66°40’W), 13.ix.1987, leg. W. E. Steiner (1 NMNH) GoogleMaps   ; 7 km SW Trinidad , elev. 163 m (14°52’12’’S, 64°57’32’’W), 18.vii.1998, leg. K. B. Miller (2 SEMC) GoogleMaps   ; Beni Stn., Palm Camp, NE. of San Borja , 6–9.viii.1988, leg. Robert W. Brooks (3 SEMC)   ; Cercado Province , 9.5 km N of Trinidad, (14°46’34’’S, 64°58’0’’W), 17.vi.1999, leg. K. B. Mill- er (5 SEMC) GoogleMaps   ; Magdalena, El Portero , ca. 155 m a.s.l., elev. 155 m (13°9’7.27’’S, 64°1’28.56’’E), 18.vii.2004, leg. A. Megroz (4 NMW) GoogleMaps   ; Santa Cruz, Ayacucho , 13–14.v.1969, leg. P. & P. Spangler (1 CAS, 1 NMNH)   ; Potrerillos del Guenda, Preserva Natural , elev. 370 m (17°40’S, 63°27’W), 1–4.x.2007, leg. Wappes & Morris (2 SEMC) GoogleMaps   ; same locality, 17–22.x.2007, leg. J. & F. Romero (2 SEMC) GoogleMaps   ; Santa Cruz, 11–12.v.1969, leg. P. & P. Spangler (1 CAS, 2 NMNH)   . Brazil: Mato Grosso, Corumba , (17°32’S, 56°27’W), 21–23.ii.1954, leg. Gans & Pereira (20 NMNH) GoogleMaps   ; Salobra , 1–30.i.1955, leg. F. Lane (3 NMNH)   ; Mato Grosso do Sul, Corumbá, Base de Estudos do Pantanal , c. 4 km N on MS-184 (-19.54081 -57.03975), 92m, 23.vi.2018, Marshy /gravely area with vegetation, leg. Hamada and team, BR18-0623-01A (1 INPA) GoogleMaps   ; Mato Grosso do Sul, Corumbá, Base de Estudos do Pantanal (-19.57708 - 57.01912), 97m, 22–24.vi.2018, Pools and marsh area around station buildings, leg. Hamada and team, BR18-0622- 04B (1 SEMC) GoogleMaps   ; Mato Grosso do Sul, Corumbá , (c. 29 km SE) on BR-262 (-19.3062 -57.60382), 25.vi.2018, Drying marsh with abundant vegetation and detritus, leg. Hamada and team, BR18-0625-02A (1 SEMC) GoogleMaps   . Paraguay: Dep. Central   , Asuncion, 9.i.1992, leg. U. Drechsel (3 NMW)   ; Dep. Pte. Hayes, Puerto Galileo , (25°8’S, 57°50’W), 27–29.viii.2005, leg. U. Drechsel (35 NMW) GoogleMaps   .

SEMC

University of Kansas - Biodiversity Institute

NMNH

Smithsonian Institution, National Museum of Natural History

NMW

Naturhistorisches Museum, Wien

CAS

California Academy of Sciences

INPA

Instituto Nacional de Pesquisas da Amazonia

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Insecta

Order

Coleoptera

Family

Hydrochidae

Genus

Hydrochus

Loc

Hydrochus tarsalis Chevrolat

Perkins, Philip D. 2021
2021
Loc

Hydrochus tarsalis

Chevrolat, A. 1863: 207
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