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Three carabid beetles (Coleoptera:Carabidae) new to Maryland & a preliminary annotated checklist for Cove Point, Calvert County
By Brent W. Steury & Peter W. Messer
The Maryland Entomologist, 2017
Cite: 1443333
This article is available online.

Abstract: Sixty-nine carabid species (Coleoptera: Carabidae) in 37 genera and 19 tribes were documented from Cove Point, Calvert County, Maryland, during surveys from 2010 to 2016. Three species, Anisodactylus haplomus Chaudoir, Pterostichus permundus (Say), and Stenocrepis mexicana (Chevrolat) are documented for the first time from Maryland. A preliminary annotated checklist for Cove Point is provided. Periods of adult activity, based on dates of capture, are given for each species. Relative abundance is noted for each species based on the number of captures. Two species are adventive to North America.