Bruchus succintus Wickham 1913 (leaf beetle)

Insecta - Coleoptera - Chrysomelidae

Full reference: H. F. Wickham. 1913. Fossil Coleoptera from the Wilson Ranch near Florissant, Colorado. Bulletins from the Laboratory of Natural History of the State University of Iowa 6(4):3-29

Belongs to Bruchus according to H. F. Wickham 1913

Sister taxa: Bruchus aboriginalis, Bruchus anilis, Bruchus antaeus, Bruchus bituminosus, Bruchus bowditchi, Bruchus carpophiloides, Bruchus crassus, Bruchus decrepitus, Bruchus dormescens, Bruchus exhumatus, Bruchus henshawi, Bruchus osborni, Bruchus pisi, Bruchus striolatus

Type specimen: Its type locality is Wilson Ranch, Florissant, which is in a Chadronian lacustrine - large horizon in the Florissant Formation of Colorado

Ecology:

Distribution: found only at Wilson Ranch, Florissant

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