First Record of Corisella inscripta (Uhler) (Heteroptera: Corixidae) from North Dakota

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Corisella inscripta is a water boatman species that was reported in H. B. Hungerford's (1948) seminal monograph as occurring throughout Mexico and nine western states of the United States. Subsequently, additional records of C. inscripta have been reported for British Columbia in Canada (Maw et al. 2000) and for Montana (Roemhild 1976), Arkansas (Cochran and Harp 1990), Missouri (Polhemus et al. 1988), Ohio (Chordas and Armitage 1998), and Michigan (Chordas et al. 2002) in the United States. There have been no published records of C. inscripta from North Dakota (Fig. I). We collected one male C. inscripta at the Cottonwood Lake Study Area in western Stutsman County, North Dakota in September 2005 and a second individual there in September 2006.

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Publication type Article
Publication Subtype Journal Article
Title First Record of Corisella inscripta (Uhler) (Heteroptera: Corixidae) from North Dakota
Series title Prairie Naturalist
Volume 39
Issue 2
Year Published 2007
Language English
Publisher The Great Plains Natural Science Society
Contributing office(s) Northern Prairie Wildlife Research Center
Description 4 p.
First page 107
Last page 110
Country United States
State North Dakota
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