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Species Neoporus undulatus

Predacious Diving Beetle - Neoporus undulatus Predacious Diving Beetle - Neoporus undulatus Neoporus sp? - Neoporus undulatus Dytiscid - Neoporus undulatus - female Dytiscid - Neoporus undulatus Dytiscid - Neoporus undulatus Dytiscidae, dorsal - Neoporus undulatus Coptotominae ? - Neoporus undulatus
Classification
Kingdom Animalia (Animals)
Phylum Arthropoda (Arthropods)
Subphylum Hexapoda (Hexapods)
Class Insecta (Insects)
Order Coleoptera (Beetles)
Suborder Adephaga (Ground and Water Beetles)
Family Dytiscidae (Predaceous Diving Beetles)
Subfamily Hydroporinae
Tribe Hydroporini
Genus Neoporus
Species undulatus (Neoporus undulatus)
Explanation of Names
Neoporus undulatus (Say 1823)
Size
3.7-4.7 mm(1)
Range
e NA, PNW (ME-ND to GA-TX, OR-WA)(1)(2)
Habitat
permanent water bodies with slight water movement(1)
Remarks
highly variable(1)
Works Cited
1.Predaceous Diving Beetles (Coleoptera: Dytiscidae) of the Nearctic Region, with emphasis on the fauna of Canada and Alaska
D.J. Larson, Y. Alarie, and R.E. Roughley. 2001. NRC 43253.
2.An Illustrated Inventory of the Beetles (Coleoptera) of Lick Creek Park, College Station, Texas
Edward G. Riley. 2013. Texas A&M University, Dept. Entomology, College Station.