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New Distributional Data for New World Gymnusini and Deinopsini, with Description of a New Species (Coleoptera: Staphylinidae, Aleocharinae). Supplement 5

J. Klimaszewski and J. H. Frank
The Coleopterists Bulletin
Vol. 46, No. 3 (Sep., 1992), pp. 242-249
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/4008813
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New Distributional Data for New World Gymnusini and Deinopsini, with Description of a New Species (Coleoptera: Staphylinidae, Aleocharinae). Supplement 5
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Abstract

A new species, Deinopsis stephani Klimaszewski, from Oklahoma, USA, is described and illustrated, and its relationship to other species of the genus is discussed. New distributional records for thirteen species of Gymnusini and Deinopsini from the Americas are: Gymnusa grandiceps Casey (Maine, USA), G. pseudovariegata Klimaszewski (Queen Charlotte Islands, British Columbia, Canada), G. campbelli Klimaszewski (Manitoba, Canada); Deinopsis canadensis Klimaszewski (Newfoundland, Canada), D. harringtoni Casey (Manitoba, Canada, and Maine, USA), D. rhadina Klimaszewski (Quebec, Canada), D. illinoisensis Klimaszewski (Oklahoma and Mississippi, USA), D. rapida Casey (Kentucky, Mississippi and Oklahoma, USA), D. franki Klimaszewski (Mississippi, USA); Adinopsis bicornis Klimaszewski (New York, Mississippi and Oklahoma, USA), A. myllaenoides (Kraatz) (Oklahoma, USA, and Nicaragua), A. cuspidata Klimaszewski (Mississippi, USA), and A. pubescens Klimaszewski (Peru).

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