Hydroporus inundatus Scudder 1900 (predaceous diving beetle)

Insecta - Coleoptera - Dytiscidae

Full reference: S. H. Scudder. 1900. Canadian fossil insects, 4. Additions to the coleopterous fauna of the interglacial clays of the Toronto district. Geological Survey of Canada Contributions to Canadian Palaeontology 2(2):67-90

Belongs to Hydroporus according to S. H. Scudder 1900

Sister taxa: Hydroporus acutangulus, Hydroporus antiquus, Hydroporus arcticus, Hydroporus benzeli, Hydroporus carstengroehni, Hydroporus clessini, Hydroporus discretus, Hydroporus inanimatus, Hydroporus lapideus, Hydroporus lapponum, Hydroporus macularis, Hydroporus morio, Hydroporus multipunctatus, Hydroporus oblitus, Hydroporus palustris, Hydroporus planus, Hydroporus pleistocenicus, Hydroporus praedorsalis, Hydroporus praenigrita, Hydroporus praenivalis, Hydroporus sandbergeri, Hydroporus sectus, Hydroporus sedimentorum, Hydroporus striola, Hydroporus subarcticus, Hydroporus trimaculatus

Type specimen: Its type locality is Logan's Brickyard, Toronto, which is in a Pleistocene lacustrine deltaic siltstone in the Scarborough Formation of Canada

Ecology:

Distribution: found only at Logan's Brickyard, Toronto

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