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Occurrence dataset for Neotropical species of Bolitogyrus (Insecta: Coleoptera: Staphylinidae)

Latest version published by ZooKeys on May 23, 2014 ZooKeys

This occurrence dataset contains the underlying data for: "A revision of the Neotropical species of Bolitogyrus Chevrolat, a geographically disjunct lineage of Staphylinini (Coleoptera, Staphylinidae)". It contains 697 specimen records for the rarely collected rove beetle genus Bolitogyrus and encompasses all available, identifiable records from insect collections worldwide.

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Keywords

Coleoptera; Beetles; neotropical; neotropics; Staphylinidae; rove beetles; occurrence data

Contacts

Who created the resource:

Adam Brunke
PhD. Student
Natural History Museum of Denmark, University of Copenhagen Universitetsparken 15 2100 Copenhagen Please Select DK

Who can answer questions about the resource:

Adam Brunke
PhD. Student
Natural History Museum of Denmark, University of Copenhagen Universitetsparken 15 2100 Copenhagen Please Select DK

Who filled in the metadata:

Adam Brunke
PhD. Student
Natural History Museum of Denmark, University of Copenhagen Universitetsparken 15 2100 Copenhagen Please Select DK

Who else was associated with the resource:

Author
Adam J. Brunke
PhD.
Natural History Museum of Denmark Universitetsparken 15 2100 Copenhagen Please Select DK
Author
Alexey Solodovnikov
Curator
Natural History Museum of Denmark Universitetsparken 15 2100 Copenhagen Please Select DK

Geographic Coverage

Records in this dataset range from southern Mexico to Ecuador (the known Neotropical distribution of this genus).

Bounding Coordinates -2.84, 19.34 / -103.52, -75.08 (min, max Latitude / min, max Longitude)

Taxonomic Coverage

Occurrence data for the neotropical species of Bolitogyrus

Genus  Bolitogyrus

Project Data

No Description available

Title Revision of the Neotropical species of Bolitogyrus Chevrolat, a geographically disjunct lineage of Staphylinini (Coleoptera, Staphylinidae)
Funding Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada, Natural History Museum of Denmark, Carlsberg Foundation, Ernst Mayr Foundation
Study Area Description Occurrence data for the taxonomic revision are derived from specimens collected from southern Mexico to Ecuador. Specimen ages range from historical (1800s) to recent (2012).

The personnel involved in the project:

Author
Adam Brunke

Sampling Methods

Specimens were requested from all major Insect Collections with significant neotropical beetle collections. Several other collections were visited in person by the first author (AJB).

Study Extent Specimen data includes records from southern Mexico to Ecuador.
Quality Control All specimens were identified by the first author (AJB) in the context of a modern taxonomic revision.
Step Description 1 All specimens were identified by the first author (AJB) in the context of a modern taxonomic revision.

Additional Metadata

Purpose This dataset contains the underlying specimen data for the taxonomic revision: A revision of the Neotropical species of Bolitogyrus Chevrolat, a geographically disjunct lineage of Staphylinini (Coleoptera, Staphylinidae)