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New Brunswick, York Co., Marysville, 45.9750°N, 66.5700°W, 22.VI.2007, S. Makepeace & R. Webster, from nest material (remains of squirrel, various birds, bones, and insect parts) of barred owl in nest box (2, RWC).
Collection and habitat data
Two individuals of this adventive Palaearctic species were collected from nest material from a barred owl (Strix varia Barton) nest box during June. In the Palaearctic, this species has been found in damp or moldy straw, hay, grass cuttings and vegetable refuse (Hinton 1945).
Distribution in Canada and Alaska
- Webster, R; Sweeney, J; DeMerchant, I; 2012: New Coleoptera records for New Brunswick, Canada: Kateretidae, Nitidulidae, Cerylonidae, Endomychidae, Coccinellidae, and Latridiidae ZooKeys, 179: 193-214. doi
- Hinton H (1945) A monograph of the beetles associated with stored products. Vol. 1, British Museum (Natural History), London, UK, 443 pp.
- Majka C, Langor D, Rücker W (2009) Latridiidae (Coleoptera) of the Atlantic Canada: new records, keys to identification, new synonyms, distribution, and zoogeography. The Canadian Entomologist 141: 317-370. doi: 10.4039/n09-050