Ochthebius (Gymnochthebius) fossatus LeConte, 1855,

Benetti, Cesar J., Valladares, Luis F., Delgado, Juan A. & Hamada, Neusa, 2021, Morphological remarks on Adelphydraena amazonica Perkins & Ribera, 2020 and new records of two other Hydraenidae from Brazil (Coleoptera), Zootaxa 4966 (1), pp. 61-68: 66-67

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https://doi.org/10.11646/zootaxa.4966.1.6

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DOI

http://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.4729429

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Ochthebius (Gymnochthebius) fossatus LeConte, 1855
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Ochthebius (Gymnochthebius) fossatus LeConte, 1855 

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Brazil: Roraima State, Amajari County, “ Lago ao lado da ponte do rio Uraricoera [lake besides bridge]” (03°27’59.4”N 60°54’37.6”W), 19/iii/2014, leg. C. J. Benetti (24 specimens, INPA)GoogleMaps 

Brazil: Minas Gerais State, Várzea da Palma County, “poça na entrada da cidade” [pond at the entrance of the city], (17°36’34’’S 044°43’55’’W), 513 m., 02.iii.2018, leg. C. J. Benetti et al. (3 males, 8 females, INPA).GoogleMaps 

Brazil: Bahia State, Guanambi County, “ BR 122, 10 km depois de Guanambi” [ BR 122 road, 10 Km after Guanambi], (14°19’05.2’’S 042°47’10.8’’W), 525 m., 27.ii.2018, leg. C. J. Benetti et al. (12 males, 19 females, INPA).GoogleMaps 

Brazil: Bahia State, Brumado County, “ BR 030, Lago depois de Brumado, estrada para Caetité [lake after Brumado, next road towards Caetité]” (14°13’59.1’’S 041°54’18.2’’W), 550 m., 27.ii.2018, leg. C. J. Benetti et al. (2 females, INPA).GoogleMaps 

Brazil: Minas Gerais State, Jequitaí County, “ Rio Jequitai na ponte [bridge], rock pools”, (17°14’03.9’’S 044°26’42.1’’W), 490 m., 01.iii.2018, leg. C. J. Benetti et al. (1 female, INPA).GoogleMaps 

Distribution. From USA to Argentina, including the Caribbean islands ( Perkins 1980; Deler-Hernández & Delgado 2012). The new records expand the distribution of this species in Brazil, to northern Amazonia and Central and East Brazilian Plateau.

INPA

Instituto Nacional de Pesquisas da Amazonia