Category Archives: Taxonomic Process

The Bembidion acutifrons story

There are a number of subgroups within Bembidion subgenus Trepanedoris whose structure of gene flow and species boundaries are not understood.  The morphological data indicates several forms within these subgroups, but whether this variation is indicative of separate species is not yet … Continue reading

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Return of the Taxa

Those who might follow my blog may have noticed a rather long lull in my posts.  For this I apologize, but life happens, and my attentions were elsewhere.  I hope to make up for that in the coming months.  In the meantime, … Continue reading

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A Love of Leptoferonia

For many years I had wondered who Hilary A. Hacker was.  In the carabidological literature she appeared on the scene in 1968 with the publication of one of the best revisions of a carabid group that had been done to date, and then … Continue reading

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Unrecognized species of Bembidiina in the USA and Canada

I’ve been mentioning in this blog several unrecognized species which we have been finding in the fauna of Bembidiina in America north of México. By “unrecognized” I mean both undescribed species (those without a name), and species that have already … Continue reading

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