PROVINCE # specimens # species COLLECTION # specimens # species
BELIZE 387 38 Univ. del Valle 4685 105
Belize 10 3 UNSM 3929 96 +BCR coll.
Cayo 112 28 Inst. de Ecologia 2499 44
Corozal 3 2 CASC 2324 84
Orange Walk 7 3 FSCA 2090 87
Stann Creek 187 13 LACM 1867 67
Toledo 37 14 UC Berkeley 1848 72
GUATEMALA 8,092 104 CNC 1715 73
Alta Verapaz 291 40 CMN 1674 108 +Howden coll.
Baja Verapaz 1080 43 USNM 1458 80
Chimaltenango 72 16 UC Davis 1013 54
Chiquimula 41 14 SDNHM 659 25
El Progreso 97 20 RH Turnbow coll. 513 49
Escuintla 257 32 UC Riverside 262 20
Guatemala 383 32 MA Mor—n coll. 258 13
Huehuetenango 560 47 Texas A&M 126 19
Izabal 1892 71 RD Cave coll. 107 16
Jalapa 37 12 Univ San Carlos 85 6
Jutiapa 7 3 C Deloya coll. 80 9
Petˇn 260 38 CSU Long Beach 67 5
Quetzaltenango 103 16 Univ of Colorado 42 12
Quichˇ 123 23 Purdue Univ. 37 16
Retalhuleu 46 11 CDFA 34 5
Sacatepˇquez 85 15 UNAM 15 2
San Marcos 1270 35 Univ of Arizona 0 0
Santa Rosa 221 27
Solol‡ 61 11
Suchitepˇquez 760 41
Totonicapan 2 1 ex McPeak data 2598 11
Zacapa 405 47
MEXICO 21,521 153 TRIBE # specimens # species
Aguascalientes 38 5 Cyclocephalini 15,780 80
Baja California 825 11 Pentodontini 5,939 33
Baja California Sur 2190 10 Oryctini 5,058 24
Campeche 7 3 Phileurini 560 23
Chiapas 3407 74 Agaocephalini 235 2
Chihuahua 456 21 Dynastini 2,428 17
Coahuila 63 18 TOTAL 30,000 179
Colima 97 20
Distrito Federal 144 19
Durango 891 19
Guanajuato 38 3 data from Nov 2008 trip to California, so far:
Guerrero 376 35 3,960 99
Hidalgo 675 28
Jalisco 945 53 data from Canadian collections:
Mˇxico 691 17 3,317 119
Michoacan 304 32
Morelos 442 19 data from Oct 2009 trip to Xalapa, so far:
Nayarit 1196 43 1,526 25
Oaxaca 1699 59
Puebla 319 27
Querˇtaro 30 9
Quintana Roo 213 16
San Luis Potos 398 28
Sinaloa 1408 38
Sonora 1080 28
Tabasco 150 17
Tamaulipas 201 21
Tlaxcala 2 1
Veracruz 2874 79
Yucatan 50 11
Zacatecas 30 10 3-Jun-10