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New Brunswick, Kings Co., near Quarries, 45.6005°N, 66.0500°W, 25.IX.2005, S. Makepeace & R. Webster, in barred owl nest in nest box on red maple, dry litter (1, RWC). Queens Co., Central Hampstead, 45.6575°N, 66.1412°W, 13.VII.2006, S. Makepeace & R. Webster, hardwood ridge, in nest of barred owl in tree hole (3, RWC, NBM); Elm Hill, 45.7140°N, 66.1315°W, 27.VI.2007, S. Makepeace & R. Webster, in barred owl nest in tree hole in red oak, damp (urine smell) organic material with feathers, fur and small bones (1, RWC); Pleasant Villa, 45.7023°N, 66.1732°W, 15.VI.2007, S. Makepeace & R. Webster, in barred owl nest in natural tree cavity (1, RWC); McAlpines near Upper Hampstead Rd., 45.7250°N, 66.1200°W, 3.VI.2007, S. Makepeace & R. Webster, in barred owl nest in natural tree cavity (4, RWC, NBM); Rees near Grand Lake, 46.0016°N, 65.9466°W, 29.V.2007, S. Makepeace & R. Webster, in nest contents of barred owl in artificial nest box (1, RWC). York Co., Marysville, 45.9750°N, 66.5700°W, 22.VI.2007, S. Makepeace & R. Webster, in barred owl nest, with dry organic material and remains of squirrel, birds, and insect parts (1, RWC).
Collection and habitat data
Most specimens of Dendrophilus kiteleyi were found in tree cavities in deciduous trees (Bousquet and Laplante 2006). All specimens from New Brunswick were collected from nest material from barred owl nests (most with chicks) in natural cavities in trees or in artificial nest boxes. Adults were collected during late May, June, July, and September.
Distribution in Canada and Alaska
AB, MB, ON, QC, NB (Bousquet and Laplante 2006).
- Webster, R; Makepeace, S; DeMerchantr, I; Sweeney, J; 2012: New Coleoptera records from New Brunswick, Canada: Histeridae ZooKeys, 179: 11-26. doi
- Bousquet Y, Laplante S (2006) Coleoptera Histeridae: The Insects and Arachnids of Canada, part 24. NRC Research Press, Ottawa, 485 pp.