PROVINCE # specimens # species COLLECTION # specimens # species
BELIZE 387 38 Inst. de Ecologia 6343 79
Belize 10 3 Univ. del Valle 4752 105
Cayo 112 28 UNSM 4039 98 +BCR coll.
Corozal 3 2 CASC 2324 84
Orange Walk 7 3 FSCA 2306 96
Stann Creek 187 13 LACM 1872 68
Toledo 37 14 UC Berkeley 1849 72
GUATEMALA 8,248 105 CNC 1715 73
Alta Verapaz 300 42 CMN 1680 110 +Howden coll.
Baja Verapaz 1100 45 USNM 1596 85
Chimaltenango 73 17 UC Davis 1013 54
Chiquimula 42 15 SDNHM 669 29
El Progreso 97 20 RH Turnbow coll. 529 50
Escuintla 261 32 MA Mor—n coll. 312 21
Guatemala 393 32 C Deloya coll. 293 32
Huehuetenango 572 47 UC Riverside 262 20
Izabal 1923 71 UNAM 215 8
Jalapa 37 12 Texas A&M 126 19
Jutiapa 7 3 RD Cave coll. 107 16
Petˇn 263 38 Univ San Carlos 85 6
Quetzaltenango 103 16 CSU Long Beach 67 5
Quichˇ 124 24 Univ of Colorado 43 12
Retalhuleu 47 11 Purdue Univ. 37 16
Sacatepˇquez 97 16 CDFA 34 5
San Marcos 1273 35 DJ Curoe coll. 26 1
Santa Rosa 234 27 Univ of Arizona 1 1
Solol‡ 66 11
Suchitepˇquez 766 41
Totonicapan 2 1 ex McPeak data 2598 11
Zacapa 414 48
MEXICO 26,365 156 TRIBE # specimens # species
Aguascalientes 62 7 Cyclocephalini 18,414 80
Baja California 879 11 Pentodontini 7,550 34
Baja California Sur 2225 10 Oryctini 5,489 24
Campeche 153 4 Phileurini 626 24
Chiapas 3645 81 Agaocephalini 329 2
Chihuahua 465 23 Dynastini 2,592 17
Coahuila 67 18 TOTAL 35,000 181
Colima 108 20
Distrito Federal 241 20
Durango 1025 20
Guanajuato 52 4 data from Nov 2008 trip to California, so far:
Guerrero 569 40 3,963 99
Hidalgo 1199 30
Jalisco 1587 60 data from Canadian collections:
Mˇxico 783 18 3,323 119
Michoacan 348 33
Morelos 808 26 data from Oct 2009 trip to Xalapa, so far:
Nayarit 1469 44 5,619 81
Oaxaca 2225 61
Puebla 429 29
Querˇtaro 30 9
Quintana Roo 253 16
San Luis Potos 400 28
Sinaloa 1836 42
Sonora 1337 32
Tabasco 156 20
Tamaulipas 233 26
Tlaxcala 6 2
Veracruz 3380 81
Yucatan 51 12
Zacatecas 33 11 27-Oct-10