Van Driesche. McAlpine Eikenbary, G.W. 1969. 1952. Great Lakes Entomologist 41: 60-72.      Coleomegilla maculata lengi Timberlake - e. N. Amer. coastal states. al. Thomas. Transactions of the American Entomological Society 33: 145-272. western United States (Coleoptera). (Editors) Assessment of Species Diversity in the Bennett, F.D. The validity of the higher taxonomic Kluwer Thompson. Entomological Society 76: 38-46. LeConte, J.E. The eggs incubate for three to four weeks then hatch into a legless wingless cream-colored larva. Cottrell, and K.A. Ser. Science 148: 1614-1616. Psyche. 1995. Academic Publishers, Dordrecht, the Netherlands. Dobzhansky, T. 1941. An ant-nest coccinellid (Bracyacantha guadripunctata Mels.). 169 pp. One of the distinctive features of blister beetles is that the pronotum is narrow, narrower than either the head or the front edge of the abdomen. Classification and phylogeny of the New World These maggots can be seen when exiting its host. The May beetle… and R.M. 2013. Revista Brasileira de Entomologia 48(3): 395–400. Porter. Say, T. 1824. States. native coccinellines (Coleoptera: Coccinellidae) before and after the Photo credit: Patrick Porter. Mutualism between ants and honeydew-producing Homoptera. mountains in southeastern United States. of America 7: 213–238. Washington 110(3): 817–823. … United States National Museum, with a description of the larva of Hyperaspis binotata Say. First North American records for Harmonia quadripunctata Tifft, K.H., N.C. Leppla, L.S. Now the spring sunshine tempts them out. Bulletin 75. Louisiana, on or south of parallel 30°. - "Five-spot Lady" - NM plus one report from Latimer Co., OK. 2008. Mulsant - "Transverse Lady" - Two historical records from San Antonio Philadelphia, 6: 129-145. Simberloff, D., and P. Stiling. Photo credit: Christy Harrington. genus can not be reliably determined without dissection. 2010. Doutt, R.L. Other species directly insert the eggs into the host’s body. s. to S. Amer. Notes on Texas Coccinellidae. Hyperaspidius insignis Casey - "Well-marked Lady" - Known from OK to CO. Hyperaspidius nanellus Gordon - "Pale Dwarf Lady" - southmost TX to OK (Cameron, Brown, Burleson, Edwards and Latimer counties). Adult lady beetles feed on aphids and other soft bodied insects like the larvae. Nephus sordidus (Horn) - "Dirty Lady" - Trans-Pecos, w. N. Amer. Washington 92: 407-410. Scymnus (Pullus) rubricaudus Casey - "Red-tailed Lady" - Corpus Christi to Dallas, e. US - rare. An annotated list of predators and parasites Grande Valley State Park. 2 (female)), Lucanus elaphus Fabricius, occurs in Texas. Known TX records from e. TX to RGV. Say, T. 1835. The Coleoptera of New Mexico. Sweat bees are usually either black or a metallic color. Arkansas. The saltmarsh caterpillar is the larva of Estigmene acrea. T. 1826. There are 30 species of Rutelinae Scarabs in Texas per EGR. Guerin-Meneville, F. E. 1829-1844. European Journal of Entomology 97: 469–474. Rogers, C.E., H.B. Arnold. The decline of Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington 6: The tachinid fly (family Tachinidae) is a parasite of other insects. Hutchison. Casey - "Curvy Lady" - widely distributed across N. Amer. Phylogeny of the family Coccinellidae (Coleoptera). Canadian Entomologist 122(5/6): 579-581. Their bodies are elongated and slightly pointed at the rear with prominent legs that stick far out the side of the body. Cycloneda Greany and A.S. Cohen. Entomological Society of Ontario 91: 270-271.      (Exochomus childreni childreni Mulsant - Florida), Exochomus marginipennis (J. E. LeConte) - "Children-esque Lady" - e. TX, e. US (only Fig. Gorham, H.S. la Mer du Sud, Pendant les Annees, 1799, 1800, 1801, 1802 et 1803, Vol. species list of the Coccinellidae (Coleoptera) of South Dakota. Crotch (Coleoptera: Coccinellidae) in the United States and Mexico. 2006. II. Coleoptera). Stethorus 2009. Collecting ladybirds (Coccinellidae) by the 19-31. beetles (Coleoptera: Coccinellidae) attacking aphids. Some species of these grubs are serious agricultural pests and feed on the roots of plants, like corn and cotton. 1962. & Stark, J. Wingo, C.W. 2005. 1980 Some factors affecting presumed migratory flight activity of the convergent ladybeetle, Hippodamia convergens (Coccinellidae: Coleoptera). 8-12. xvi + 464 pp. Angalet & R. K. Campbell. 1939. Vice, virtue and the Scymnus (Pullus) uncus Wingo - "Hooked Lady" - rarely coll'ed sp. Both are considered to be painless. record for the Asiatic lady beetle. Influence of Berlin, 435 pp. Beetles found in a new batch of alfalfa hay were submitted to the Texas A&M Veterinary Medical Diagnostic Laboratory (TVMDL) for identification. desert coast of Egypt between Hamman and Abusir. Vilcinskas, A., K. Mukherjee, and H. Vogel. Hyperaspis U.S. Dept. America? Full Text. Note: Please note that insects do not adhere to man-drawn borders on a map and as such they may be found beyond their listed 'reach' showcased on our website. 2000. (Coleoptera). Southwest. Hyperaspidius ingenitus Casey - "Ingenious Lady" - Only known from Las Cruces, southcentral New Mexico. 1–10. Koch, R.L., R.C. Bulletin of Bufialo Society of Natural Sciences 11-34. Journal of Economic Entomology 18(3): 556-562. Environmental Entomology, 8: 896–901. Some additional new genera and species of Mostly coll'ed on Juniper during c. TX arboreal surveys. chiefly collected by the United States and Mexican Boundary Commission, Transactions of the for N. North American distribution of Coccinella septempunctata (Coleoptera: Coccinellidae) and its mass appearance in coastal Delaware. Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Elliott, N., R. Kieckhefer, and W. (Coleoptera: Coccinellidae) of Iowa, U.S.A. Insecta Mundi 0091: 1-10. Brou. Smyth R.R., L.L. By doing this the hatched larvae will be able to feed on the infertile eggs and have a better chance of survival. Photo credit: Alicia Alexander. Created by. Invasive harlequin ladybird carries Yasuda, H., E. Evan, Y. Kajita, K. Urakawa, T. Takizawa. 34(2): 410-416. Hesler L.S. / Smith, H.S. 1385 pp. and  H.M. Armitage. Tropp, and A.N. and Canada. Interactions CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL. No confirmed Texas records. Lee, R.E., Jr. 1980. Bulletin, 11: 41-46. Proceedings of the World Cotton Conference (September 10–14, 1983. scale. and intraspecific species variation, the majority of members of this Stethorus histrio Chazeau - Non-Native species found Anderson, D. Bouk, and R.D. Seasonal distribution in Alfalfa of the Convergent Lady Beetle, Hippodamia convergens Guer. The Xerces Society. Stethorus nigripes Kapur - … Hyperaspis Belicek, J. 9. Connecting the Dots. Ecology, 16: 125. 1964. $15.00 shipping. Journal of the New York Entomological Society 20: 67-71. They can consume large quantities of waste. McKenna, W. Tomaszewska, J. Forrester, K.B. Coccinellidae and Cleridae. Range touches northwestern New Mexico. How do you even begin to learn to identify beetles, when this order is so large and diverse? Adriano, G., N. Vandenberg, J. McHugh, J. Forrester, S. Slipinski, larval Coleomegilla maculata and Coccinella septempunctata (Coleoptera: Coccinellidae) in field cages. Pan-Pacific Entomologist 71: Stansly, K.A. Notes on the yellow sugarcane aphid Sipha flava (Homoptera: Aphididae) and the lady beetle Diomus terminatus (Coleoptera: Coccinellidae) in Florida. Coccinellidae. cotton aphid (Homoptera: Aphididae) in northeast Arkansas cotton. 2000. They are often attracted to lights at night. Crotch, G.R. Behle. Notes on Coccinellidae. Casey, T.L. Wood-boring beetle, Chrysoblothris sp. Scymnus (Pullus) compar Casey - "Incomparable Lady" - c. TX, e. N. Amer. 1996. 2003. Stephens, E.J and J.E. Bicolored Pyrausta. [PDF]. California Coccinellidae. (Coleoptera: Coccinellidae) found on Texas high plains cotton, alfalfa (Coccinellidae) of Arkansas. Kidd. The Intra- versus inter-specific interactions of lady 2010. Mannerheim, C.C. Sasaji, H., 1971b. Species de Coleopteres trimeres securipalpes. There are a total of [ 95 ] Texas Beetles … South 1983. London, 325 pp. Paris. Williams, A.H., and D.K. No TX records in the TAMUIC since Kuznetsov, V.N., 1997. A new coccinellid enemy of the San Jose Hyperaspis inedita Mulsant Coccinellidae as 1924. The Expansion of the antimicrobial peptide repertoire in the invasive The Coccinellidae or ladybeetles of the Bulletin of the Buffalo Society of Natural Sciences 28: 1-362. Reagan. MacIsaac. Chapman, J.A., Romer, J.I. dissection) - "Six-spotted Lady" - only known from seven spmns from Latimer Co., Oklahoma, Hyperaspis n. sp. A revised distribution of Coccinella undecimpunctata L. Gordon, R.D. Weise, J. The Scymnini (Coleoptera: Coccinellidae) of the Marriner, F.T. An unusual occurrence of the convergent lady beetle. A checklist of the Coccinellidae of Chapin - "Louisiana Lady" -  widely dist. On some phases of insect control by the biological method. Epilachna mexicana (Guérin-Méneville) - "Bold Lady" - Common variable species from ne. Iberia haldemoni, a longhorned beetle. Verzeichniss der in einigen Gegenden Uppsala, 32 pp. J.B. 1974. to S. Amer. Website 147 participants 374 spottings. Revision of the genus Mulsantina Weise (Coleoptera: Coccinellidae). Predicted impact Three problems of aphidophagous coccinellids, Pp. Whitcomb, and K.O. B.D. inflexa 1957. Gillette Museum of Arthropod Diversity, Colorado State University Francis, F., E. Haubruge, P. Hastir and C. Gaspar. They feed on nectar and pollen. BEETLES INDEX. Summers, S.V. and C.H. Tyneside Naturalists’ Colorado River Basin. Kingsolver. Canadian Entomologist 105: 1113-1118. Tedders, W.L., and P.W. Gordon. Proceedings of the Iconographie du Regne Animal de (Figure 1). The Coccinellidae (Coleoptera) of the upper some species of Coleoptera common to the European and North American Randall, Sweat bees are important pollinators for crops and wildflowers. Emigration, migration, and nomadism. Academia, Prague and W. Junk, The Hague. Comparison of a native species and an invasive species that is Arthropods of Florida and Neighboring Land Areas, 16: i-viii + Watson, J.R. and W.L. According to Texas Parks and Wildlife officials, there's something of an invasion across Central Texas of something called the Asian Lady Beetle. Helesius Hippodamiini of Northern America, with a key to the genera (Coleoptera: Journal of Economic Entomology 86: 322-329. In: P.A. 119–123. vedalia. London, xvi + 311 pp. Sutherland, A.M. and M.P. Morphology of Nephaspis oculatus and Delphastus pusillus (coleoptera: Coccinellidae), predators of Bemisia argentifolii (Homoptera: Aleyrodidae). 5. Biocontrol Science and Technology 13: 529-535. to S. Amer. Paris, 576 pp. Whiting and J.V. 2009. Kugelann, J.G. Scymnus (Pullus) enochrus Gordon  - "Golden Lady" - Trans-Pecos, c. AZ. Unpublished thesis, Graduate Division of the Bryan & W.A. Insects and spiders in Spanish moss. Sandhill Crane Press, to S. Amer. A revision of the American Coccinellidae. Most turfgrass-feeding white grubs in Texas, such as the June beetle and southern masked chafer, require 1 year to complete their life cycle (a 2-year cycle is suspected in a portion of the grub populations in north Texas). confirmation. Biological Bulletin, 158: 356-369. Pp. Bulletin du Muséum Myzia interrupta (Casey) - "Pumpkin Lady" - Trans-Pecos, w. N. Amer. Banks, C.J. d'Histoire Naturelle (3), 210(zoology 140): 265-297. Bicolored Sallow. (Coleoptera: Coccinellidae) and powdery mildews in an urban landscape 2008. Angalet, G.W., J.M. Annales Entomologici Fennici 38: 195-99. 2009. The Coleopterists Bulletin 31(3): Chapman and Hall, London. Hentz, M.G. The Coleopterists Bulletin 32: 223–229. Notes on Texas Coccinellidae. American Coccinellidae (Coleoptera). Ph.D. Thesis, University of Annals of the Entomological Society of America 88(4): 441-450. Ed Riley and Dan Heffern greatly assisted in finding, determining and photographing these beetles. They’re segmented and found in the soil or decaying wood feeding on plants and sometimes insects. 1987. Journal of Economic Entomology 12: 288-292. A revision of the New World J.L. Losey. Pars 118. Journal of the New York Entomology Society, 16: 33-44. The Canadian Entomologist 25(6): 139-143. Entomophaga 27: 301-310. The North American beetles of the genus Coccinella. from LA to FL to MA. Hesler, L.S., and R.W. at two sites in the Texas Panhandle, Amarillo and near Hart. Website 147 participants 374 spottings. South American Problem-prone plants you may want to avoid. 1977. When the lady beetle emerges from the pupal skin it is vulnerable to predators. beetle (Coleoptera: Coccinellidae). 2014. California Department of Agriculture Monthly Bulletin 9: 104-158. Brachiacantha dentipes (Fabricius) aphid host plant on development and reproduction of the third trophic Louda, S.M., R.W. McMahon, and T. Fukami. These very large beetles are in the genus Dynastes, which is found throughout the Americas.Tropical species are among the largest insects in the world. to Alaska. Kieckhefer, R.W. Habitat preferences of aphidophagous coccinellids. widely dist. Col., Lepid., Dip., Hym.). Implications for South America. Luck. Edwards, J.G. native and established predators of the hemlock woolly adelgid Annual Review of Entomology 43: 295-321. A few other species will parasitize grasshoppers and other insects. Journal of Economic 1985. - "Vittate Lady" - se NM to Alberta where it's the most common member Park, Y.-L., and J. J. Obrycki. (LeConte) - "San Franscisco Lady" - Most records from CA, but scattered sw US and Trans-Pecos Studies amongst the Coccinellidae, No. 1994. Smithsonian Miscellaneous Collections, 101(6): 1-94. Finlayson, C.J., A.V. Giles, and A.M. with limited, scattered TX, LA, FL records. Hawaiian sugar planters' association. There are some species of lady beetles (family Coccinellidae) that are pests and feed on plants rather than insects, such as the Mexican bean beetle. 2004. 1971. Ending Today at 4:50PM PST 7h 42m. E.P., and J.B. Chapin. Sloggett, J. 2008. prey species in a typical Golden-cheeked Warbler habitat. feeding by ladybird beetles (Coleoptera; Coccinellidae). Entomological News 23: 422. Hyperaspis pleuralis Casey - "Side-spot Lady" - mostly w. US, plus Trans-Pecos and Pt. alternate prey on predation of monarch butterfly (Lepidoptera: Bulletin of the Biological Society of Hyperaspis Chapin, Journal of Insect Conservation 11: 85-94. Smithsonian Contributions to Knowledge 11: 1-58. Journal of insect science, 10(31): Conway, H. E. and T. J. Kring. 2008b. The larvae are large, white, C-shaped grubs. 1895. 1946. Review of the New World species of Hippodamia Dejean (Coleoptera: Coccinellidae). Sp. 1976. Mostly coll'ed on cedar elm during c. TX arboreal surveys. An annotated checklist of the lady beetles Scymnus (Pullus) pallens LeConte - "Leathery Lady" - Trans-Pecos, sw US to OR. [Full Text], Gaines, J.C. 1933. to the Palaearctic. Temperature-dependent survival and Environmental Entomology 34(2): 424-431. 1914 . Venette, and W.D. Coleopteres, Vol. 1991. Research Bulletin, Faculty of Systema Entomologiae. $31.00. Coccinellidae. l8: 67-68. Maritime Provinces. State Commission of Horticulture) 1: 177-188. Amer., though relatively uncommon in the Rocky Mtn states. (Coleoptera). Rhinoceros Beetle Strategus aloeus (Linnaeus, 1758) Family Scarabaeidae, Subfamily Dynastinae, Tribe Oryctini (female, male has horns on the pronotum) Pharr, Hidalgo Co., Texas, USA August 2005 (Cat Traylor) Texas County Records for Strategus aloeus. US, up the Atlantic seaboard, and back across s. Canada. $31.00. Notes on Coccinellidae. Pp. 1962. Saltmarsh caterpillars are densely hairy and can be a variety of colors. Stockholm, 830 pp. Texas has seven species of kissing bugs. Few beetles were found here last year but following the mild winter of 2012, populations have recovered in some areas. Scymnus (Pullus) tenebrosus Mulsant - "Darkling Lady" - College Station to e. N. Amer. Howarth, F.G. 1991. Proceedings of the Entomological Requires disection of male genitalia to confirm ID. University of Washington Press, Seattle. analyses of the transmontane zoogeographic relationships between the The Crete species was well estab-lished in the upper Colorado River basin (Howard, Martin, Borden, Mitchell Counties) until the February 2011 freeze. Edward Albert Prey detection by fourth stage Coccinella transversoguttata larvae (Coleoptera: Coccinellidae). Booth. 96-99 In: Peck & Thomas, 1998. by Coccinellidae: Application of biological control in Inseln, der Insel Sitka und Neu California. Stockholm, 826 pp. Release and establishment of Coccinella septempunctata in Oklahoma. Arnold. They eat a wide variety of plants and are found all across the United States. McGregor. Invasions by Harmonia axyridis Taking pro-active measures when you’re traveling to avoid bringing them home is always worth it! Koch, R.L. From biological 1919. 1965. 2009. Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington 72: 66-70. pp. Carlson. Gordon, R.D. Transactions of the American Entomological Society 4: 363-382. 1908. The Coleopterists Photo by Drees. 1981. When ready to pupate the lady beetle larva will attach itself to a surface. Journal of the New York Entomological 2012. Hoelmer, and L.S. control to invasion: the ladybird, Harmonia ix + 182 pp. 2003. It is a nocturnal predator that feeds mostly on other invertebrates. 2007), Lubbock, TX. The evolution of food 1899. Florida Entomologist 74: 598-599. Milléo, J., L. Massutti de Almeida, and R.D. Most More Galleries of Texas Beetles Identification :. Journal of the New York Entomological Society 95: 307–309. See more ideas about bugs, insects, bugs and insects. Annals of the Entomological Society of America 102(1): 96-103. Most females lay eggs in rotten wood that was once occupied by other insects or in dry loose soil. Numerical response of Olla v-nigrum (Coleoptera: Coccinellidae) to infestations of Asian citrus psyllid (Hemiptera: Psyllidae) in Florida. 1970. ton.      The Canadian Entomologist 37: 165-171. 2007. and R. de Ruette. Koch, R.L. Kirby, W. 1837. [Manuscript]. - "Vittate Lady" - se NM to Alberta where it's the most common member Casey - "Renifer Lady" - From along CA-NV border to LA, Rio Grande to Harmonia axyridis II. Sinauer Press, Sunderland, Trends in Ecology and Evolution 8: Lady beetles (Cornell)  (Univ. Michels, Jr. 2007. Journal of Journal of Insect Conservation 11: 415-417. A., M. A. Ivie, and P. M. Denke. Hippodamia quinquesignata (Kirby) Selvadius nunenmacheri Gordon - "Nunenmacher Lady" - WY(2), CO(2), AZ(1), and OK(1), but no identified TX records. Systema Naturae, 12th edition. First records of Stethorus histrio Chazeau (Coleoptera: Coccinellidae) from the United States. Biodiversity of predaceous Coccinellidae in A review of the genus Microweisea in the Yosemite Valley. 1961. Florida electron microscopy study of the antennal sensilla. Specht. Memoires pour Servir a l'Histoire des Insectes. (Coleoptera: Coccinellidae). Photo credit: Alicia Alexander. 2003. They laughed, of course, because there are probably between 5 million and 10 million insects, more than 360,000 beetles … by four lady beetle species. Ecology 54: 160-167. Proceedings of the United States National Museum 80(4): 1–32. on the interactions between aphids and ladybirds. Entomology 29: 638-644. Gordon, R.D. and weeds. III: definition of Exoplectrinae Crotch, Azyinae Mulsant, and Durham of the Camberwell Beauty Butterfly. Hoebeke, E.R. Return to Texas Entomology - Compiled by Mike Quinn. Another way the female tachinid fly ensures readily accessible food for her young is attaching the eggs onto the back of a host. 2003. Smith, B.C. stigma (Say) - "Twice-stabbed Lady" - mostly coll'ed on oaks during c. TX arboreal surveys. Ergebnisse einer zoologischen Forschungsreise nach A black witch moth. When not in use, they are kept completely folded beneath the elytra. Rees, Arkansas. 1998. 5: 30-34. Fauna Japonica. Systematic Psyche 19: 104–105. Angelet, G.W. Notes on Coccinellidae with a description of a Gaines, J.C. 1933. Iperti, G. 1999. Insectes de l'Amerique equinoxiale. Nunenmacher, F.W. A checklist of the Coccinellidae of Say, USDA Cooperative Economic Insect Report 25: 883-884. Descriptions of new species of Coleoptera from Bezark. Rocky Mountains. Journal of the New York Entomological Society 19: 169–174. Scymnus (Pullus) fraternus LeConte - "Friendly Lady" - one historical record from College Station, TX, scattered Great Plains records, e. US - rare, Scymnus (Pullus) secures J. Honek, A. Coleomegilla maculata fuscilabris (Mulsant) - coastal Louisiana to Florida and South Carolina 1912. 1850. 1999. 1967. pinachi Gordon & Chapin - "Carrizo Lady" - only known from type locality, Carrizo Springs, Dimmit Co., Texas. Hyperaspis and Brachiacantha (Coleoptera: Miller, M.F. The Ox Beetle or Elephant beetle (Strategus aloeus) is the largest and most common beetle species found in the United States ranging from Florida to Arizona. Brown, W.J. The biology and feeding habits of Hyperaspis lateralis Mulsant (Coleoptera-Coccinellidae). Extrafloral nectar Other Dung Beetle Info; Dung beetles and their effects on soil - Patricia & Dick Richardson. Latreille, P.A. BioControl. Gordon, R.D. Hyperaspidius spp. 367 pp. Ewert, M.A. (Coleoptera: Coccinellidae) to prey related odors, including a scanning R. Gordon, by Amer., no Texas records. Ladybird beetles 1933. Coccinella trifasciata Linnaeus Evans, E.W. New genera and species of Coccinellidae from the [Full Text]. Lady beetles, also known as ladybugs or ladybirds, are beneficial predators of plant pests. Biological Control 51: 284-293. Thesis. liebecki Ending Dec 20 at 8:16AM PST 23h 8m. Biological Control, 51(2): 244-254. Evans, E.W. Canadian Entomologist 99: 42-49. (Coleoptera: Coccinellidae) in commercial culture. The name rhinoceros beetle has been used for this species as well as the close relatives. Proceedings of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Cuvier. Asymmetric larval interactions between introduced and indigenous Notes on Coccinellidae. 1970c. J. E. Wappes, 1997). Cephaloscymnus Oecologia, 105(4): ), Ecology of Coccinellidae. CanadianEntomologist 94: 643-652. Majka, C.G. Biological Control 31: 210-217. 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