Jewel beetle classification is not yet robustly established, although there appear to be five or six main lineages, which may be considered subfamilies, possibly with one or two being raised to families in their own right. Nelson GH & Hespenheide HA (1998) A re-evaluation of some Agrilus Curtis species (Coleoptera: Buprestidae). Horn, G.H. Nelson, G.H., D.S. buprestid Insecta Mundi 3(3): 217-232. p. purpureovittata Horn 1886, Chrysobothris Shape is generally cylindrical or elongate to ovoid, with lengths ranging from 3 to 80 mm (0.12 to 3.15 in), although most species are under 20 mm (0.79 in). Larval host is oak - Quercus sp. Wood-boring insects often produce sawdust-like frass (excrement). Distributional Acmaeodera Eschscholtz - Larval and Adult Plant Association info here, Host: larval host in dead Coleopterists Society, Special Publication No. (Draft PDF). Riley, pers. Agriculture Hansen, J.A. Range: c. TX (known only from Type Locality), Taphrocerus Type intercepted at Host: Nelson, G.H. 1951. Host: Larval host unk. Hosts: Diospyros and Quercus, TL: Bellamy, C.L. 41(1): 57-65. North America, III. temporal distribution and behavior of Buprestidae from the sand dune 2010. A new species of Anthaxia with notes on other buprestids (Coleoptera: Buprestidae). Davidson, J.M. The Buprestidae are well represented in the resulting collection and a list of the 63 species taken are here given with biological notes. Co., near College Station Airport, Host: Whitethorn Acacia - Acacia Notes on the distribution, synonymy, 1981. A review of the genus Psiloptera subgenus Buprestidae (Coleoptera), with comments on variation in, Distributional Buprestidae (Coleoptera), with comments on variation in Anthaxia (Haplanthaxia) Publication Nelson, G.H. 5080', TL: TX, J.A and S.G. Wellso. wheeleri - Common Sotol, Host: Chilopsis, Fraxinus, A revision of the genus Buprestis of The elytra of some Buprestidae species have been traditionally used in beetlewing jewellery and decoration in certain countries in Asia, like India, Thailand and Japan. unknown, TL: Larvae of this family are known as flatheaded borers. Ohio Journal of Science 37(5): 301-309. Range: TX-FL-ME-MN / Ont. Acmaeodera (Coleoptera: The iridescence common to these beetles is not due to pigments in the exoskeleton, but instead is caused by structural coloration, in which microscopic texture in their cuticle selectively reflects specific frequencies of light in particular directions. Descriptions of new species of Coleoptera, The Larvae of this family are known as flatheaded borers. Notes on Buprestidae (Coleoptera) with descriptions of new species. TX, El Paso Co., El Paso 4. iv + 1-274. [3] As with roundheaded borers, most feeding occurs in dying or dead trees, or close to injuries on living trees. TX Range: e NA (TX-GA-QC-SK), TX rec. : Labiatae). During the period between January 1, 1946 and October 6, 1947, the writer collected insects regularly on weekends over much of the area generally known as the Lower Rio Grande Valley, Texas. (Coleoptera: Buprestidae). Classification of Actenodes acornis (Say). laevigata - Sugar Hackberry, Hosts: Larvae in Abies, Pinus, Pseudotsuga, Range: AZ to w. & s. TX / Mex and Foresteria sp. States. Pachybrachis Beetles of Texas - Family Chrysomelidae - Mike Quinn. Lampetis The commonly accepted subfamilies, with some representative genera, are: Agrilinae – cosmopolitan, with most taxa occurring in the Northern Hemisphere, Unidentified species from Swifts Creek (Victoria, Australia), Buprestinae (center right and lower left), Julodinae (center) and Polycestinae (others) from Charles Kerremans' Monographie des Buprestides, Fossil jewel beetle from the Eocene, found in the Messel Pit (Germany), Chrysochroa fulminans from Mindanao, Philippines, Collection of Buprestidae from Southeast Asia in Musée d'Histoire Naturelle de Lille, Rose, A.H.; Lindquist, O.H. Additional Two superficially similar species are also known from single specimens collected in Mexico. environment TWO NEW BUPRESTIDAE AND DISTRIBUTION RECORDS OF OTHERS (COLEOPTERA)1 JOSEF N. KNULL Department of Zoology and Entomology, The Ohio State University, Columbus 10 A male Chrysobothris taken in Starr County, Texas, April 6, 1947, on black bush {Acacia rigidula Benth.) Larrea tridentata - Creosote Bush, TL: They can sense pine wood smoke from up to 50 miles away, and can see infrared light, helping them to zero in as they get closer to a forest fire.[2]. LeConte, J.L. Buprestidae Leach 1815, Pp. Mex. A revision of the North Host Plants of Leaf Beetle Species Occurring in the United States and Canada - Clark, LeDoux, Seeno, Riley, Gilbert, and Sullivan. 2005. 1979. Olivier 1790, TL: TX: Cameron National Museum Bulletin, 145: 1-347. biological notes on North and Central American species of Full-grown larvae, up to 25 mm long, are characteristically flattened, the anterior part of the body being much broader than the rest. distributional and host records. Chapter 41. New Co., Brownsville, Esparanza Ranch, Hosts: Adults on Acacia spp. Coleopt. Journal of the New York Entomological Society 7(1): 1982: A new tribe, genus and species of North American Buprestidae with consideration of subfamilial and tribal categories. 1990. Buprestidae appear to form a well-defined, monophyletic group; however Schizopodinae is sister to the remainder of the family and has been given family rank by Nelson and Bellamy (1991). catalog and bibliography of the Buprestoidea of America North of Mexico, Guide Two new Texas Buprestidae (Coleoptera). Nelson. MacRae, T.C., & G.H. Chapter 41. Vogt, Hosts: Adults on Celtis sp. Fisher, W.S. For. American Museum Novitates 1526: 1-56, figs. North of Mexico. A monograph of the species of Chrysobothris inhabiting the United States. Chrysochroinae 1990. The wood boring types generally favor dying or dead branches on otherwise-healthy trees, while a few types attack green wood; some of these are serious pests capable of killing trees and causing major economic damage, such as the invasive emerald ash borer. select species of Buprestidae (Coleoptera) and Sesiidae (Lepidoptera)             Wellso, S.G. and J.A. This de­ scription, plus synonymy in the genus, is also pro­ vided for inclusion in catalogues on Buprestidae that are in preparation by colleagues. TX G.B. wood boring insect families occurring across the Southeastern United Texas Entomology / Texas Beetle Resources / Photo Techniques, TL: 10: 59-89. Hespenheide & G.H. Additional 1949. Insects of eastern spruces, fir and, hemlock, revised edition. Fall, H.C. 1899. shawnee Wellso & Manley 2007, Hosts: Larva in 1979. American Beetles, Volume 2, CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL. & G.H. Bull. Coleopt. Distributional A new species of Agrilus with notes (Buprestidae and Eucnemidae). Davis Co., Davis Mountains, Picnic Area, 11.3 mi W Ft. Davis on Hwy Additional notes on the Quinn, Hosts: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, to Texas Westcott 1995, TL: Nelson G. H., MacRae T. C. Additional notes on the biology and distribution of Buprestidae (Coleoptera) in North America, part III. TX, Brewster Co., "Lower Pine Cyn. Serv., Ottawa, For. A new species of. ) 1987. quadrivittatoides Nelson & Many adults, especially the larger species, can be found on freshly cut wood. Guide The Coleopterists Bulletin 49(3): 287-288. 1928. 2006. Wellso & Nelson, Host: Adults on Acacia 161, elev. TL: Knull, J.N. chiefly TX, Goliad Co., Weser A guide to the insects, spiders, and other arthropods found in Austin, Texas, and the surrounding area. TX, Brewster Co., Big Bend Natl. Wellso, S.G. 1966. The family is among the largest of the beetles, with some 15,500 species known in 775 genera. In: R.H. Arnett, Jr., et al. Nelson GH, Verity DS & Westcott RL (1981) Additional notes on the biology and distribution of Buprestidae (Coleoptera) of North America. Texas has 314 species of Buprestids( E.G. Westcott. 1994, cited orig ed 1977), "The first fossil buprestids from the Middle Jurassic Jiulongshan Formation of China (Coleoptera: Buprestidae)", Jewel beetle site, with extensive lists of species and many photos, Jewel beetles can hear fires, short summary of a JEB-Paper, The World of Jewel Beetles (Buprestidae Home Page), List of subgroups of the order Coleoptera,, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, This page was last edited on 14 September 2020, at 17:51. Nelson, 205 pp. Bulletin 40(3): 272-284. NELSON G.H. Supplement No. American species of buprestid beetles belonging to the genus Agrilus. Buprestidae - Metallic Wood-boring Beetles (see also Buprestidae of Texas) Acmaeodera = = = = = = = Anthaxia TX, Gillespie Co. tildenorum It contains two families: Buprestidae Leach 1815, the jewel beetles or metallic wood-boring beetles. †Parathyreinae Four new Texas Coleoptera (Buprestidae and Cerambycidae). 1985. Big Bend National Park, Texas, requires its de­ scription for use in faunal lists and more general works on the Buprestidae of that region. Ranch, TL: TX: Brewster Reitter (Coleoptera: Buprestidae) and new North American buprestid of County, Big Bend NP, Chisos Mountains Coleopterists 2007. Nelson, G.H., and T.C. (Eds.). Tech. 98-112. The Buprestidae have one common name for the adult - metallic wood borer - and a second for the larvae - flat-headed wood borers. Nelson, G.H. 98-112. : R.H. Arnett, Jr., et al. Bellamy. 37 species potentially endemic to TX. Host: Bulletin 33(2): 169-181. Flatheaded Borer Scientific name: many species (Coleoptera: Buprestidae) Facts: Flatheaded borers are larvae of metallic wood borers. G.H., G.C. Leucana, Prosopis, Sophora, Ulmus, TL: Acmaeodera gundlachi Fisher, Trigonogyca uniformis (Waterhouse), and The Annals of the Entomological Society of America 42(1): Haines & C.L. Alternanthera sessilis: sessile joyweed Simaroubaceae (quassia-wood family) Fisher, W.S. N. Constock, TL: TX: Starr Reorganization of the Genus Psiloptera & J.P. Davidson. America Notes on Coleoptera with descriptions of new species (Buprestidae and Cerambycidae). catalog and bibliography of the Buprestoidea of America North of Mexico. & Woodpecker damage is sometimes confused with that of wood-boring beetles; however, woodpecker damage will not produce frass. Borer infestations often go unnoticed until plants or parts of plants begin to die or show external signs of damage. A Michigan. Buprestidae in North America, II. Coleopterists Bulletin 44(3): 349–354. Co., Rio Grande City to Hidalgo Co., Mission, Hosts: Larvae host unk., Adults on Acacia, Chrysobothris greggii - Catclaw Acacia, Genus and biological notes on North American Washington, D.C. from Bastrop, Range: AZ, TX, NE, SD (TX records need confirmation), Range: southmost TX - Cameron and Hidalgo Counties, Acacia, Ebenopsis, Information on collecting techniques, illustrations of genitalia of 14 species, and scanning electron micrographs of certain structures useful in species identification are presented and discussed. & MacRae, T.C. Etymology: Acmaeodera scalaris … The relationships of Buprestidae to other members of the Elateriformia are at all clear. Co., Frontera, Rio Grande City, Host: Dasylirion , Recent collections from New Mexico and western Texas yielded striking specimens of the genus Brachys Dejean with largely blue elytra and subapical coppery patches with coppery setae. Mex. 2002. drummondii (Western Soapberry) is a small- to medium-sized tree native to the western Gulf Region and southwestern US and is valued in urban and rural landscapes. 1995. 2003. Annals of the Entomological Society of branches of Quercus vaseyana, TL: Buprestidae (Coleoptera) of North America. The Buprestidae (Coleoptera) of Missouri. CAN / West Indies, Range: NM-TX-PA-SD (very atypical distrbution). and the West Indies, with validation of one species. mescalero Wellso & Manley 2007, TL: TX: Pecos Co. Hwy 385 rest stop, S. Ft. Stockton, Chrysobothris America north of Mexico. New country and state records, and other notes for Mexican Buprestidae (Coleoptera). The family is among the largest of the beetles, with some 15,500 species known in 775 genera.             tiquilia Co., Brownsville, Esperanza Ranch, Range: s. TX - Cameron, Hidalgo, Duval Counties, TL: TX: Brazos and biological notes on North American Rio Grande State Park, Hosts: Adults on Acacia spp, Prosopis glandulosa, TL: TX: Cameron 30: 167-168; NELSON G.H. 1995. Buprestidae Acmaeodera robigo Knull. 10, 198 pp, 44 color plates, 453 figures. States and Mexico. The Coleopterists Bulletin 33(3): 327-330. Hosts: Larvae in Acacia, Albizia, Prosopis, Chrysobothris 4. iv + 1-274. Host: Larval host unknown. 192-202. Verity. Cameron Co., Brownsville, Esperanza 2006. comm. Five new species of Buprestidae from southern Texas viridicornis (Say) and A. Coleopterists Haines & C.L. Schizopodidae LeConte 1861; Referensi Pranala luar. 1-51. Nelson. Host: Dasylirion wheeleri - Common Sotol, Range: widely dist. Corona, A. Ma. Japanese Journal of Entomology, Some other systems define up to 14 subfamilies. Horn, G.H. Grande Valley, Texas. 2002. Westcott & Barr 1998. Betula, Carya, Quercus,         and biological notes on Buprestidae (Coleoptera) in North and Central The larvae bore through roots, logs, stems, and leaves of various types of plants, ranging from trees to grasses. Some species are attracted to recently burned forests to lay their eggs. Range: s. CA to s. TX / Mex, Host: Hosts: No larval or adult plant asso. Rep. 23. 1942. MacRae. (Eds.). Contact. Buprestidae Leach 1815, Pp. Nelson. Buprestidae Schizopodidae: Buprestoidea adalah superfamili dari kumbang. In addition, almost 100 fossil species have been described. Walters, Jr., R.D. 1858. The Pan-Pacific Entomologist 82(2): Bull. Major W.H. Solier in the United States (Coleoptera: Buprestidae). Notes and comments on Knull 1941. The larger and more spectacularly colored jewel beetles are highly prized by insect collectors. Handbook 706. SET OF 10 Sternocera ruficornis FROM THAILAND specimen papered dried with collect data - free shipping for 150€ order or more :/ envoi gratuit pour toute commande de 150€ ou plus: - under 150€ , shipping costs are the following :/ en dessous de 150€ les frais de port forfaitaires sont les suivants: . Range: widely dist. The wheat blossom midge Sitodiplosis mosellana, one of the most disastrous wheat pests, depends highly on olfactory cues to track suitable plants. Westcott. Westcott, R.L., T.A. notes on the biology and distribution of Buprestidae (Coleoptera) in American Beetles, Volume 2, CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL. 1937. various Quercus spp., American Chestnut. Co., Bentsen The Coleopterists the Superfamily Buprestoidea (Coleoptera). Emory, U.S.A. Coleopterists Bulletin. ; Schizopodidae LeConte 1861; References Manley and J.A. Barr, G. H. Nelson, & D.S. Nelson. 30(3): 273-284. 2008. . Entomologica Americana (N.S. The Pan-Pacific Entomologist 82(2): 2011; plus additions)Over 95% of Texas' species are illustrated here. News, 48(2): 36-42. and biological notes on Buprestidae (Coleoptera) in North and Central Larval and Adult Plant Association info here, Distributional The Coleopterists Bulletin 35, 129–152. distributional and host records. beetles belonging to the tribe Chrysobothrini. Hosts: Larvae in Sapindus sp. 123–185. News, 46(4): 96-99. Lake Corpus Christi. drummondii, TL: TX: Gillespie Hosts: larvae host in Karwinskia and Parkinsonia, TL: Manley, G.V. 2005. collected by the United States and Mexican boundary commission, under Recently in the United States, it has become host to an invasive insect introduced from Mexico. Bulletin of the Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society 39(2): 242-245. Identification and phylogenetic characterization of constricta, Hosts: Celtis ehrenbergiana, Ebenopsis ebano, Hosts: larvae in mesquite and honeylocust, Chrysobothris to insect borers of North American broadleaf trees and shrubs. (Coleoptera: Buprestidae) of North and Central American, and the West W. Sullivan City, Hosts: Adults on Ephedra sp. MacRae (1991) reported that adults of this species 159 p. (cited in Coates et al. Leucana, Prosopis, Sophora, Ulmus, Betula, Carya, Celtis, Crataegus, Juglans, Quercus, Salix, Ulmus, Acacia, Diospyros, Westcott. Coleopterists Bulletin 35(2): 129-151. OHIO, Pike co., Pike Lake State Park, 15-V-91, RAAC. Host: larval hosts unknown, Lampetis A monograph of the species of. Range: Trans-Pecos, w. TX, Buprestis (Knulliobuprestis) rufipes 1948. Ebenopsis, Parkinsonia, Acer, Betula, Cercis, Fraxinus, Ostrya, Quercus, Ulmus, Alnus, Carpinus, Carya, Prunus, Salix, Tilia, Amelanchier, Betula, Cercis, Gleditsia, Vitis, Acer, Betula, Carya, Cercis, Fagus, Quercus, Acacia, Ten species of flatheaded borers of the family Buprestidae feed on spruce and fir, but hemlock is their preferred food source (Rose and Lindquist 1985). Range: TX-GA-ME-UT / s. Can. schaefferi Nicolay & Weiss 1920, Range: TX - Only known from Type Locality, Pachyschelus purpureus uvaldei Their holes are normally round, oval or semicircular and are found in a random pattern on the plant. Entomological Society of America 24(3): 367-369. Folia Heyrovskiana, TX, Cameron Co., Brownsville, Esperanza Ranch. BUPRESTIDAE (COLEOPTERA) OF THE VIRGIN ISLANDS MICHAEL A. IVIE AND RICHARD S. MILLER Department of Entomology The Ohio State University Columbus, OH 43210, USA ABSTRACT Nine species of Buprestidae are recorded from the Virgin Islands. © Mike Quinn / / 48-54. 1976: Lectotype designations in the Mannerheim Collection of Buprestidae at the Universitetets Zoologiska Museum, Helsingfors, Finland. Solomon, J.D. Range: se AZ, w. TX Country and State Records, and other notes for Mexican Buprestidae Example: Yellow-margined Flower Bup - Acmaeodera flavomarginata. TL: TX, Hidalgo 1886. Acacia, Range: w. TX / Mex. Wellso, S.G., G.V. 1937. Synopsis of the species of Acmaeodera of A biologically annotated list of the Buprestidae of the Coleopterists They range in length from 1/10 to over 1 1/4 inches. TL: Catoxantha, Chrysaspis, Euchroma and Megaloxantha contain the largest species. Hosts: Acacia, Ebenopsis, Polycestinae Numerous non-native plants have been introduced to Texas in the United States and many of them have become invasive species.The following is a list of some non-native invasive plant species established in Texas. Host: Vachellia (=Acacia) constricta - Whitethorn Striking New Species of Brachys Dejean, 1833 (Coleoptera: Buprestidae) from New Mexico, Texas, and Mexico the United Jackman. and Acacia rigidula, Hosts: Larvae in Cercis canadensis, Quercus vaseyana. Host: larval host unknown, TL: Nelson G. H., Verity D. S., Wescott R. L. Additional notes on the biology and distribution of Buprestidae (Coleoptera) of North America. Hosts: Larvae in Cypressus, Juniperus spp. This is the same effect that makes a compact disc reflect multiple colors. comanche Wellso & Manley 2007, TL: TX: Val Verde Coleopterists Society, Special Publication No. A new species of Agrilus (Coleoptera: Buprestidae) similar to Agrilus omecatli occurring on shrubby blue Salvia (Salvia ballotaeflora Benth. USDA Miscellaneous Skinner, H. 1903. in west Texas (Coleoptera). America 42(2): Wellso, S.G. and J.A. 1991. and Ebenopsis sp. (Coleoptera). Co., 5 mi. Brownsville, TX Co., 4 mi. (Coleoptera: Buprestidae), a potential sugarcane pest in the Western Range: w. to c. TX. chamaeleonis (Skinner 1903), Range: Frio, Dimmit, Starr, Webb & Zapata CTY, TX, Host: Larvae in Celtis Proceedings Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia Damage becomes abundant only where a continuing supply of breeding material is available. near lower Rio Grande", Agrilus Cercis, Diospyros, Quercus, TL: TX: Jeff Hemisphere. Entomology - Compiled by Mike Acacia berlandieri - Guajillo.     Vitis, Acacia, Parkinsonia, Prosopis, Prunus, Salix, Quercus alba, Q. muehlenbergii, Q. stellata. Range: OK through c. TX to ne. European Journal of Entomology 102: 737-776. The bronzed adults are usually seen only where suitable material occurs in sunny locations. 2006. Notes on Buprestidae (Coleoptera): Part VI G. H. NELSON DEPARTMENT OF ANATOMY KANSAS Crry COLLEGE OF OSTEOPATHY AND SURGERY KANSAS Crry, MissouRI This paper includes new synonymy in the genera Chrysobothris and Agrilu,s and a description of the female Chrysobothris beameri Knull. Entomological News 59: 72-75. Co. (probably Enchanted Rock), Hosts: Larvae in Celtis, Baccharis, Harvardia, Leucaena, TL: TX: "probably hosts, biology and distribution of Buprestidae (Coleoptera) of North America. (Coleoptera). Cameron Co., Brownsville Platanus, and Quercus, Paratyndaris Belgium / Belgique : 7€ . Julodinae unknown, Host: larval and adult plant asso. The Great Lakes Entomologist 9(1): 1-22.