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Sharon Knight Jasper, Boris C Kondratieff, and Richard S Durfee, Colorado Haliplidae (Coleoptera): Biogeography and Identification: .


Sixteen species of Haliplidae belonging to three genera are recorded from Colorado: *Brychius hornii Crotch, Peltodytes callosus (LeConte), P. edentulus (LeConte), *P. litoralis Matheson, *Haliplus apicalis C.G. Thomson, *H. canadensis Wallis, H. cribrarius LeConte, H. deceptus Matheson, *H. distinctus Wallis, H. fulvus Fabricius, H. immaculicollis Harris, H. leechi Wallis, H. longulus LeConte, *H. stagninus Leech, *H. tortilipenis Brigham and Sanderson, and H. triopsis Say. Seven of these species (*) represent new state records, and H. distinctus is reported from the United States for the first time. Haliplids found in Colorado generally fit one of the following distributional patterns for North America: Western, representing 31% [...]


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