A provisional checklist of Berkshire Coleoptera Dr. Jonty Denton 2013 references




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A provisional checklist of Berkshire Coleoptera

Dr.Jonty Denton



2013




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CHECKLIST OF BERKSHIRE COLEOPTERA


Carabidae (Ground Beetles)


247 species + 1 sub-fossil

SUB

VCH

1907-2005

Notes

Cicindela campestris Linnaeus, 1758

Green tiger beetle




+

++

Local on heaths, scattered in woodlands and disturbed ground.

Cicindela sylvatica Linneaus, 1758

Heath tiger beetle







*

(Na) . On open dry heathland with short heather & open sandy areas.

Cychrus caraboides (Linneaus, 1758)







++

Widespread in wooded districts. A flightless snail predator.

Carabus arvensis Herbst, 1784







?

Very local on heathland and commons.

Carabus auratus Linnaeus, 1761

The Coppersmith







+

Introduced. Well established in allotmenst in Reading (MVB etc)

Carabus granulatus Linneaus, 1758




+

++

Local in damp meadows,

Carabus monilis Fabricius, 1792







++

(Nb) Rare, declining? 1990

Carabus nemoralis Müller, 1764

Rom




++

Widespread in open habitats.

Carabus problematicus Herbst, 1786




+

++

Local in dry areas especially on heaths and commons.

Carabus violaceus Linneaus, 1758

Violet ground beetle




+

++

Widespread and common occurring in woods, parks, gardens, and more open habitats.

Calosoma inquisitor (Linneaus, 1758)







*

(Na)

Leistus ferrugineus (Linneaus, 1758)

Rom

+

++

Local in wooded country and heaths,

Leistus fulvibarbis Dejean, 1826




+

++

Local in leaf litter etc. in woods, hedgerows, and disturbed ruderal sites.

Leistus rufescens (Fabricius, 1775)







++

Local in damp shady places in leaf litter.

Leistus rufomarginatus (Duftschmid, 1812)







++

20th century colonist (first noted in the 1940s), now widespread especially in woods in litter under trees especially beech.

Leistus spinibarbis (Fabricius, 1775)







++

Frequent in woods, gardens etc.

Nebria brevicollis (Fabricius, 1792)

Rom




++

Widespread and common.

Nebria salina Fairmaire & Laboulbène, 1854







++

Local on heathland and open sandy ground..

Notiophilus aquaticus (Linneaus, 1758)







++

Local in dry habitats especially heathland. Hitchcopse

Notiophilus biguttatus (Fabricius, 1779)







++

Frequent in all kinds of open situations including gardens.

Notiophilus germinyi Fauvel, 1863







+

Rare in open dry areas.

Notiophilus palustris (Duftschmid, 1812)







++

Frequent in leaf litter in woods etc.

Notiophilus quadripunctatus Dejean, 1826







+

(Nb) Rare in open sites esp. on clay.

Notiophilus rufipes Curtis, 1829







+

Local in leaf litter in moist, often shady places, including gardens.

Notiophilus substriatus Waterhouse, 1833







++

Frequent in open dry country including gardens.

Elaphrus cupreus Duftschmid, 1812







++

Local at margins of water and in marshy ground.

Elaphrus riparius (Linneaus, 1758)







++

Local at margins of water and in marshy ground.

Elaphrus uliginosus Fabricius, 1792







*

(Nb) ? Extinct?

Loricera pilicornis (Fabricius, 1775)

Rom




++

Frequent in damp litter especially in woods, also in large gardens.

Dyschirius aeneus (Dejean, 1825)







++

Local on open bare ground in sandpits, heaths etc.

Dyschirius globosus (Herbst, 1784)







++

Local on moist open ground, especially on heaths where it often shelters under mats of Zygogonium algae on bare sand.

Leud ??













Dyschirius politus (Dejean, 1825)







+

Rare on bare sand near water.

Clivina collaris (Herbst, 1784)

Rom




*

Rare, partly subterranean in gardens, and especially on sandy banks of rivers s

Clivina fossor (Linneaus, 1758)

Rom




++

Local, partly subterranean in wetlands, sandy river banks etc.

Broscus cephalotes (Linnaeus, 1758)







++

HitchCopse Pit (DJM)

Patrobus atrorufus (Ström, 1768)







++

Rare Wet woods,

Trechus obtusus Erichson, 1837

Rom




++

Local in open habitats including gardens, and cultivated land.

Trehus quadristriatus (Schrank, 1781)

Rom




++

Frequent in open country including gardens.

Trechus rubens (Fabricius, 1792)







*

(Nb) ?,

Trechus secalis (Paykull, 1790)







+

Rare in wet grassland.

Lasiotrechus (=Trechus) discus (Fabricius, 1792)







+

(Nb) Rare in runs of mammals. [Wetland margins]

Trechoblemus (=Trechus) micros (Herbst, 1784)

Rom




+

Rare? [In mammal runs or burrows] 1988

Asaphidion curtum (Heyden, 1870)







+

Local on bare usually clayey soils in woods, rides and gardens.

Asaphidion flavipes sens str.( Linneaus, 1761)







+

Rare in a variety of habitats primarily in vicinity of water.

Asaphidion pallipes (Duftschmid, 1812)







*

M.Moorcroft1994 doubtful

Asaphidion stierlini (Heyden, 1880)







++

Local. Recently split species, widespread especially on chalky and clay soils, and also in ruderal sites.

Bembidion nigricorne Gyllenhal, 1827







+

(Nb) Rare. In heather litter on open heathland.

Bembidion lampros (Herbst, 1784)

Rom




++

Widespread on various open habitats including fields.

Bembidion properans Stephens, 1828

Rom




++

Local in open habitats.

Bembidion punctulatum Drapiez, 1821







+

? [At margins of running water].

Bembidion dentellum (Thunberg, 1787)

Br/Sax




++

Widespread in marshy places near ponds, also on bare drawdown zones of drying water bodies.

Bembidion obliquum Sturm, 1825







+

(Nb) Rare in marshy places near ponds and rivers on exposed silt.

Bembidion varium (Olivier, 1795)







+

Rare on margins of ponds and marshy places. .

Bembidion decorum (Zenker in Panzer, 1800)







+




Bembidion femoratum Sturm, 1825







++

Local in open sandy places, including sandpits and disturbed areas on heathlands.

Bembidion maritimum Stephens, 1835







?

Extinct? [Exposed sediments in estuaries, sea shores]

Bembidion nitidulum (Marsham, 1802)







+

Rare near water [on exposed sediments]. ,

Bembidion stephensi Crotch, 1871










Rare [Shady bare ground].

Bembidion testaceum (Duftschmid, 1812)










(Nb) [At margins of rivers].

Bembidion tetracolum Say, 1823

Rom




+

Widespread on bare ground near water, often on open shingle, and sand by rivers and streams.

Bembidion quadrimaculatum (Linneaus, 1761)







+

Local in open sparsely vegetated areas on a variety of soils.

Bembidion quadripustulatum Serville, 1821







+

(Nb) Rare at margins of water on bare silt and sand.

Bembidion gilvipes Sturm, 1825

Br/Sax




+

(Nb) Rare in marshes.

Bembidion assimile Gyllenhal, 1810

Br/Sax




++

Rare in marshes, litter at margins of ponds..

Bembidion clarki Dawson, 1849







++

(Nb) Scarce. Shaded wetland/carr..

Bembidion minimum (Fabricius, 1792)







?

Mainly coastal, a recent colonist inland, on bare margins of standing water.

Bembidion genei Küester, 1847

Rom




+

Local on open barish ground in pits and quarries.

Bembidion doris (Panzer, 1796)

Br/Sax




+

Rare in marshes, wet woodland.

Bembidion articulatum (Panzer, 1795)







++

Local on damp bare ground near water.

Bembidion obtusum Serville, 1821







+

Local on open dry, often cultivated land, including arable land.

Bembidion aeneum Germar, 1824







++

Local

Bembidion biguttatum (Fabricius, 1779)

Rom




++

Local in marshland.

Bembidion guttula (Fabricius, 1792)

Rom




+

Local in wetlands, margins of rivers and large ponds, lakes, also in waterlogged pasture and arable land.

Bembidion lunatum (Duftschmid, 1812)







*?

(Nb) ? [On banks of rivers and streams].

Bembidion lunulatum (Fourcroy, 1785)

Rom




++

Rare in wetlands.

Bembidion mannerheimi Sahlberg, 1827







+

Local in woodlands especially in damp litter and in bogs, and river margins.

Ocys (Bembidion) harpaloides Serville, 1821







+

Widespread in woods on trees, under bark and in suspended debris including old nests.
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