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Arkansas "Species of Greatest Conservation Need" (SGCN) - 2006


Spiders of Arkansas


Arkansas Lepidoptera Survey


Lavers N. (2007) The robber flies of Crowley's Ridge, Arkansas: An illustrated field guide


Ants of the Southeastern United States by Joe A. MacGown


Arkansas Sphecid Wasps


Random Natural Acts


Cicadas of Arkansas


Identification Guide for Common Stink Bugs in Arkansas


Herschel Raney's Random Natural Acts: Robber Flies


University of Arkansas: Robber Flies


University of Arkansas Department of Entomology Arthropod Museum


Matching guides:

Matching books:

A checklist of the Coccinellidae of Arkansas.


The Coccinellidae of Louisiana (Insecta: Coleoptera).


The Pentatomidae of Arkansas.


The Gnaphosidae of Arkansas


A revision of the genus Trepobates Uhler (Hemiptera: Gerridae)


First Records for Pseudomops septentrionalis (Blattodea: Ectobiidae) and Acantholomidea porosa (Scutelleridae), in Arkansas.


Twenty three true bug state records for Arkansas, with two for Ohio, U.S.A.


State records and confirmations of Arkansas Flat Bugs (Heteroptera: Aradidae)


New state record for Deltochilum gibbosum (Fabricius) (Coleoptera: Scarabaeidae) in Maryland, USA.


Notes on Pterostichus punctiventris (Chaudoir) (Coleoptera: Carabidae) in Arkansas, with a New State Record


Distribution and conservation status of Speleonycta ozarkensis from caves of the Ozark Highlands of Arkansas and Oklahoma, USA


Anillinus alleni Sokolov and Carlton (Coleoptera: Carabidae: Trechinae: Bembidiini), a New Species from the Ozark [...]


Additional records of the little-known Corixidea major (Heteroptera: Schizopteridae) from Arkansas and Oklahoma


Aedes albopictus in the United States: rapid spread of a potential disease vector.


A new Oopterinus from Arkansas (Coleoptera: Curculionidae)


The Song, Morphology, Habitat, and Distribution of the Elusive North American Cicada Okanagana viridis (Cicadidae)


Two new species of Neodactria Landry (Lepidoptera: Pyralidae: Crambinae) from the United States of America


Annotated checklist of the Isopoda (Subphylum Crustacea: Class Malacostraca) of Arkansas and Oklahoma...


Dragonflies and Damselflies of Texas and the South-Central United States


Revision of the Jumping Spiders of the Genus Phidippus (Araneae: Salticidae)


Matching comments ranked in order of relevance:

Ctenus sp.?


This is a male Western Tiger Swallowtail


It would not surprise me if M


Location


Probably the case, then...


Great


maybe Arkansas?


T. saxatilis


I have these in Arkansas also


Sorry about the long delay in commenting.


Well,


.


Spiders of Arkansas


Fayetteville, Arkansas


Thanks!


Moved


location data needs correction, reads...


Only specimen


Siricidae


A year ago, I would have said these aren't found in Arkansas


two different spp. - images unlinked; this is Strangalia bicolor


Epler (2006)


Not likely winnemana in Arkansas


Arkansas Beetles


Common names.....not a fan


Always


Arkansas?


Rosy Maple Moth in Arkansas?


Collected


I'm positive


Metalmarks


Aporine...


Could be, but...


Laphria canis


Laphria


Moved


Where?


Nice addition!


Unsure if size means much


Moved


monodon


Looks like...


Hexagenia


Moved


Moved


Aahh....


Moved


Moved


Potentially a new state record for Arkansas.


I've seen these guys.


Moved


Please fix location data


Blue Dasher ♂


Class


Hackberry Emperor - Moved


Moved


Moved


Frassed


I saw a similar spider.


Good question!


Thank you very much! The nomi


range


Moved


Moved tentatively


Moth ID


Howard, I hope that's what it


Nevermind


Time warp


Moved


Moved


Matthew, you may be correct


Brown-shaded Gray Moth


Ichneumon Wasp


Somber Carpet Moth


Range...


#4776 - Petrophila hodgesi


Moved


Slight Monkey-Wrench...


Satyr


Carolina Satyr?


Note that this species is considered a Species of Greatest


Male


Red-legged purse Spider


Locality data


Ooops!


More likely


Thanks Bob


Case-bearing Leaf Beetle


Moved


Second ever record of this genus and species!


Please click on "edit"...


Moved


Moth ID's


You have a bunch of scarabs in Arkansas :)


Really?! That is crazy! I did


Moved


Lacinipolia implicata


This is a new species in or near Spanioptila


This is a new species in or near Spanioptila


Moved


Moved


Verily, ...


re: size


Identification


Melanolophia ?


Frassed


ID


Moved


Thanks


Moved


Frassed


Yes, Eastern Tailed-Blue


one possibility


Moved


yeah, I saw one like this las


Moved


Moved


Moved


Moved


Moved


Moved


Moved


Moved


Sandalus


Update on Range


Arkansas rec. n.


Notiophilus aeneus - Arkansas


Possibly M. minimoides


Moved


ID Confirmation


Enallagma civile (female)


ID


peronatus


Found in the backyard


see: Gaspar et al. 2015


Underwater millipedes


No worries


Great find! Not a common moth. I saw my first one in Arkansas...


Moved


Are you kidding me ? Chinquapin, I thought it was extinct


Specimens


Where?


Moved


Must be C. astrapias


Thank you, Robert!


Ha, ha! Thank you. I saw th


Arkansas may be in SE NCAA football conference


So this is either a white or


Moved


.


Diet for Northern Walkingsticks?


.


Moved


Moved


Moved


Moved


Oops.


That was my assessment too...


Levi's 1973 paper on Araneus gives the range of niveus as


Move it!


Moved


drop downs


Diadasia enavata female


Moved


Thanks John and Jane


Photo use request


Photo use


I suggest


H. antelucana


Macrosternodesmidae. Chaetasp


T. sepulchralis instead?


Moved to Speckled Sharpshooter


Acarologist


Thanks for getting ...


Spharagemon [collare] cristatum


Metylophorus novaescotiae!


How did I get this to species?


Spoke too soon


When I have reared them in captivity


.


Thanks Herschel


Update


Moved to Venerable Dart


Looks like a recluse to me as


Univ of Arkansas submissions


thanks! I actually saw it in


Moved


Spharagemon collare


University of Arkansas class assignment


Maybe Argia fumipennis


Moved


.


[A disclaimer] + Further thoughts, and a much better putative ID


Robber Fly


A juvenile Pseudopolydesmus,


Ray Fisher


taken Sep 11, 2015. Fayettevi


They are difficult to separate since they


location data needs correction, text in wrong fields


male Montezumina modesta


Female in Tribe Pompilini


Imperial Moth cat...


Yes.


Female - Thread-waisted Wasp


Moved


We had a similar explosion of these in Albuquerque


Moved to Chrysodeixis includens


of the same genus


Clearwing Moth


Maybe not too far west


Limonethe maurator (female)…


Testing her out


ID information from DiscoverLife.org


Female - Steel-blue Cricket Hunter


Record Confirmed!


Looks like the records extend


Hmmm...


Wow...again!


Moved


.


It looks like a Common Oak Mo


..


Yes


Just found the paper. I'm le


I'm pretty sure this is a baby Boopedon auriventris


Let me rephrase that


Exline, 1962


Karst habitat in northwestern Arkansas


Article on line on this species:


Agree


Good find, Cliff


Schistocerca obscura


High population of the Cottonwood Borer


Another possibility is Sword


Bob,i have seen and photogr


Flag-tailed Spinyleg


Moved-Isoparce cupressi


Hello


this is a female Anisomorpha sp.


Perhaps E. quadrisignatus


Tibicen resh


Journal article


Good eye. Thanks Marcia


Honey Bee species


Thanks for the id. They were


nymph of Phyllopalpus pulchellus


7108 Notched-wing Wave Moth (Idaea furciferata)


Anthonomus fulvus LeConte


No problem


Laphystia


Moved


Looks very


ID confirmed by S.M. Clark


male Pallid-winged Grasshopper


Further collecting since post


Thank you V...


Pyralis farinalis (Meal Moth - 5510)


Thanks!


As far as we know, the genus


Tenthredinidae, Heterarthrinae


Moved


location


Moved to Xysticus texanus


Moved to Xysticus texanus


WOW!


Thanks for the ID help.


Moved


Stenolophus ochropezus


Brown Bark Carpet - Horisme intestinata


Dan Heffern says, "I suspect that this is Eburia haldemani.


Moved


distinguishing features?


Amazing


Moved


Moved tentatively: not yet recorded for Arkansas, it seems


BG first for Arkansas


-


Matches the Guide images for Clover Looper


Looks like the Trumpet Vine Moth


Thanks both of you guys for the quick ID.


This is a Scaphinotus, perhap


Moved


How do you differentiate C. f


Moved


update 12/02/13


In Arkansas it should be G. figurata


Moved


Moved to Palthis asopialis - Faint-spotted Palthis


Thanks Ron. Finally I ID a fly.


Would be first listing


Moved to Pyrausta volupialis


Barr was the expert on these


Moved


Thanks for the ID. You guys are really good.


I hesitate to use 100%


Rivula propinqualis - Spotted Grass Moth - Hodges #8404


Chalybion zimmermanni?


This guy


Head color & names


Collecting specimens


Moved


Need specimens


Moved


Moved


Centronopus opacus


restricted range?


Homophoberia apicosa - Black Wedge-Spot


Very young - teneral


Thanks!


thanks, have you found them i


looks like a female Arphia sulphurea


Another good point!


Moved


Erythraeid species


Nice find!


Arkansas species


Bush katydid


Somber Carpet Moth - Hodges #7417


Celery Looper - Hodges #8924


Moonseed Moth - Hodges #8534


It's a blend of characters so


Thank Lisa.


I agree ...


Phoberia atomaris Common Oak


Thank you all...


Fall Armyworm Moth - Hodges #9666


Two-spotted Herpetogramma - Hodges #5272


Looks like it.


Unspotted Looper Moth - Hodges #8898


Phlepsanus


More questions


Subterranean Dart - Hodges #10664


L. americanus


Common Looper Moth - Hodges #8908


And ...


Pandorus Sphinx - Hodges #7859


For real!


Similar moth


Thank you (as usual)


Possibly that is correct,


Garden webworm moth


Scaphinotus yes, Nomaretus no?


Moved


...


They're fun,


Bob, we were writing at the same time


Brunneria borealis


ME TOO!!


Tragidion


Cross-lined Wave Moth - Hodges #7147


Looks like Euphoria inda


New Species


Ponometia Moth


Bird-dropping Moth


Moved


Idia americalis - American Idia - Hodges #8322


female Trimerotropis maritima


Datana cats


Neobisnius is correct, not su


Zelus in Tennessee


Sphinx Moth


Hi, Eric,


Family Agelenidae - Funnel Weavers


Thank you!


Arkansas repeated twice


I could've sworn...


Trixagus


Can't help


Update


Done


...


Moved


Your thoughts?...what about T. resh?


Best Guess - Tibicen sp. (davisi harnedi ?)


Hi, I am new to odes, however


Moved


Yes, would love to hear from others on this genus.


Moved


Nice beetle! I'll have to che


Arkansas Beetles


I have no doubt


Thanks for the ID, Ross


Moved


From Dr. Rowland


Roadside Skipper


Thanks for the ID and the inf


This is a Laphria species,


Not gallii


Looks like


Moved


Spharagemon collare


Location error


Heterosternuta sp.


I'm aware of the list on the


?wrong state


on birch in Arkansas


yes, Antheraea polyphemus - Hodges #7757


Huntsville, Alabama? or Hunts


RARELY


LOVE THEM PINK FURRY MOTHS!


Moved


a Green Fool Grasshopper


really cool


Bee records of possible interest


trivia comment


Psaphida electilis


Moved


Oh yes...


could be 1033 – Gonioterma crambitella


Berosus exiguus (Say)


According to how Gonodonta is classified,


Moved


location


Zygoballus nervosus


New species of Phyxelis


wow man... looks a lot like Stomis!


Thanks


Your photo at the Giant Divin


Both good guesses


"Cow Killer" ant


This is definitely the cicada


"6-legged" M. formosa


Xylotrechus colonus


Any action on this, Phillip?


Interesting.


Yes...


*


Eucera rosae male


Specific info on 2 rare beetles


Eucnemidae


*


Female Schizocosa sp., maybe


Good question...


This is definitely not a Dela


*


habitat


Meinertellidae: Machiloides banksi?


Yes


Wider view of plant?


Though very similar to some Eudioctria, this


I believe this is a male Echthodopa because, while


I'm trying to clear up one little


I believe this is Echthodopa pubera.


Yes, but.....


I'm still going over this individual, and


Megachile xylocopoides


Paranthidium jugatorium


Paranthidium jugatorium


Several possibilities come to mind,


Here is a 2009 update


I believe


yay!


Definitely an Eastern Tiger Swallowtail


Indeed


Probably 1037 - Inga obscuromaculella


This picture was taken over t


Melanoplus keeleri


New to this


not positive


John Abbot - Dragonflies and


Erythraeidae: Erythraeus


Hmm...


Erythraeidae


Erythraeidae


Erythraeidae


Flavicollis?


gee, all that for ---


Megischus bicolor (Westwood).


Rosy Maple Moth


Stimulopalpus japonicus Enderlein


Judging from the few adults i


To summarize


11106 - Schinia volupia


Hi we also found the Cecropia


Welts


Heterosternuta diversicornis


Notoxus desertus


multiple personalities?


Dr Peck elaborates:


1527 - Triclonella determinatella


Tibicen auriferus (MALE)


confirmed


Oklahoma Simulini


Is this another first image of a new species for bugguide?


opinion of Stewart Peck:


Diguetid, maybe


nice find


Second look


Tibicen robinsonianus (Male)


Tibicen auriferus (MALE)


Tibicen robinsonianus (Male)


Here's the info from Spiders of North America


Anisomorpha ferruginea


Smoky brown.


....


Not an expert but...


Thanks again


Happy to make you happy!! I n


Seriously


Xanthippus corallipes pantherinus


Xenox tigrinus


ID


Enoclerus quadrisignatus


Sweet


Thanks


lol


Yes


I'm thinking...


Reconsideration of species.


Black-legged/Deer Tick


You


Melanoplus keeleri


Erinnyis


clearwing moth identification


I agree


I believe...


Chortophaga viridifasciata


One more possibility


It's great to see all your butterfly posts.


Dicaelus sculptilis


How about


Spharagemon equale


Interesting


That's interesting about the


Yup


Journal Article Re: This Species:


Graphocephala coccinea?


The Info page says you'll see them May through October


I lean toward Paectes abrostolella


Thanks, what habitat do they


subject


Subject


It won't be frassed


Graphocephala constricta


Graphocephala constricta


As an asides...


Acrosternum hilare


Chalcochares range


Yes...


Thanks


Cerotainia macrocera


very likely Coelioxys (Cyrtocoelioxys) modesta


Small correction


Yes, nice shot


I have a friend in Jonesboro,


4 Year Early Arrival of Brood XIX


No good images until now!


Simple...


Thanks


You posted the first one for Arkansas


Probably 8292 -- Tephra Tussock Moth -- Dasychira tephra


I see the Lep Society has records


Thank you


Maybe male Dipogon


Thanks for your very interest


Info


An adult female of a represen


These photos are all of Eurym


Hi Jim


Petaserpes


Really fine


Sphecius


Definitely worth keeping


Aporus vs. Psorthaspis


Good find


I see these guys with regular


Survival


P. mystaceus


M. policaris


Megachile (Sayapis) policaris Say


Nomada placida


N. placida


N. placida


Nomada placida


is that so


Oh


Certainly C. albipilosa


I thank you


Pseudopanurgus compositarum (Robertson, 1893)


Cerotainia


Auplopus


yes, they can be confusing


Pupa


Moved to guide


thank you


Identification of this picture


well.


We...


According to the University of Arkansas


According to the University of Arkansas


Herschel is correct...


P. mariae


#61239 Identification -- Ululodes sp.


#61238 Identification -- Ululodes sp.


#61237 Identification -- Ululodes sp.


#61233 Identification -- Ululodes sp.


I believe


Priocnemis


Dichomeris bilobella


Ageniella


pompilid


Entypus


Probably Anoplius


Population Explosion


And given the location


Chrysops sequax Williston


Psorthaspis sp


I asked about the drinking because


Impressive


Lasia purpurata Bequaert


Lasia purpurata Bequaert


Baskettails


Bomb


Wheel Bug


P hinei


Interesting Link


Geolycosa


Pityo


Thanks


S. Heros Photo


Pepsis pain


Wasps


Data


I have noticed this too,


Data


Welcome


Nice


Darn! Keep an eye out...


Sphex


Promachus


Scolia nobilitata--confirmed


Red oak borer.


maybe Triorla interrupta?


Bastard


Laphria


Robber


Podisus maculiventris?


Robber florida


Orange robber


Jumper


Scolid


Agree-Diogmites


Southern Green Stink Bug


Yes, but even more at times.


Maevia


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