Canadian Journal of Arthropod Identification
 
 

Dichotomous and matrix-based keys to the Ips bark beetles of the World (Coleoptera: Curculionidae: Scolytinae)

CJAI 38 -- June 27, 2019
doi:10.3752/cjai.2019.38

Hume B. Douglas, Anthony I. Cognato, Vasily Grebennikov, and Karine Savard

| Abstract | Introduction | Methods | Checklist | Results & LUCID Key | Glossary | Dichotomous Key | Acknowledgments | References | PDF | Cite |
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Checklist

Table 1. Worldwide list of Ips species and subspecies with distribution and principal host genera (from Cognato, 2015). HTML versions of fact sheets include hyperlinks between parts of the key and to external resources. PDF versions of some species include rotatable multi-angle habitus images.

Species Authority Native Distribution* Principal host Fact Sheet
Ips acuminatus (Gyllenhal, 1827) Eurasia Pinus HTML PDF
Ips amitinus (Eichhoff, 1872) Eurasia (west) Picea, Pinus HTML PDF
Ips apache Lanier, 1991 North America (south) Pinus HTML PDF
Ips avulsus (Eichhoff, 1868) North America (east) Pinus HTML PDF
Ips bonanseai (Hopkins, 1905) North America (south) Pinus HTML PDF
Ips borealis borealis Swaine, 1911 North America (north) Picea HTML PDF
Ips borealis lanieri Wood, 1974 North America (north) Picea HTML PDF
Ips borealis swainei Hopping, 1939 North America (north) Picea HTML PDF
Ips borealis thomasi Hopping, 1965 North America (north) Picea HTML PDF
Ips calligraphus (Germar, 1824) North America Pinus HTML PDF
Ips cembrae (Heer, 1836) Eurasia (widespread) Larix HTML PDF
Ips chinensis Kurentsov and Kononov, 1966 Eurasia (southeast) Pinus HTML PDF
Ips confusus (LeConte, 1876) North America (west) Pinus HTML PDF
Ips cribricollis (Eichhoff, 1868) North America (south) Pinus HTML PDF
Ips duplicatus (Sahlberg, 1836) Eurasia (widespread) Picea HTML PDF
Ips emarginatus (LeConte, 1876) North America (west) Pinus HTML PDF
Ips grandicollis (Eichhoff, 1868) North America (east, south) Pinus HTML PDF
Ips hauseri Reitter, 1894 Eurasia (central) Picea HTML PDF
Ips hoppingi Lanier, 1970 North America (southwest) Pinus HTML PDF
Ips hunteri Swaine, 1917 North America (west) Picea HTML PDF
Ips integer (Eichhoff, 1869) North America (west, south) Pinus HTML PDF
Ips knausi Swaine, 1915 North America (west) Pinus HTML PDF
Ips lecontei Swaine, 1924 North America (south) Pinus HTML PDF
Ips longifolia (Stebbing, 1909) Eurasia (central) Pinus HTML PDF
Ips montanus (Eichhoff, 1881) North America (west) Pinus HTML PDF
Ips nitidus Eggers, 1933 China Picea HTML PDF
Ips paraconfusus Lanier, 1970 North America (west) Pinus HTML PDF
Ips perroti Swaine, 1915 North America (north) Pinus HTML PDF
Ips perturbatus (Eichhoff, 1869) North America (north) Picea HTML PDF
Ips pilifrons pilifrons Swaine, 1912 North America (west) Picea HTML PDF
Ips pilifrons sulcifrons Wood, 1960 North America (west) Picea HTML PDF
Ips pilifrons thatcheri Wood, 1975 North America (west) Picea HTML PDF
Ips pilifrons utahensis Wood, 1960 North America (west) Picea HTML PDF
Ips pini (Say, 1826) North America (widespread) Pinus HTML PDF
Ips plastographus maritimus Lanier, 1970 North America (west) Pinus HTML PDF
Ips plastographus plastographus (LeConte, 1868) North America (west) Pinus HTML PDF
Ips schmutzenhoferi Holzschuh, 1988 Asia (Himalayas) Larix, Picea, Pinus HTML PDF
Ips sexdentatus (Boerner, 1767) Eurasia (widespread) Pinus HTML PDF
Ips shangrila Cognato and Sun, 2007 Asia (east) Picea HTML PDF
Ips stebbingi Strohmeyer, 1908 Eurasia (central) Picea, Pinus HTML PDF
Ips subelongatus (Motschulsky, 1860) Eurasia (east) Larix HTML PDF
Ips tridens engelmanni Swaine, 1917 North America (west) Picea HTML PDF
Ips tridens tridens (Mannerheim, 1852) North America (west) Picea HTML PDF
Ips typographus (Linnaeus, 1758) Eurasia (north and west) Picea HTML PDF
Ips woodi Thatcher, 1965 North America (west) Pinus HTML PDF

* South = tropical and subtropical parts of North America. North America refers to the North American continent including all countries north and west of Colombia. Widespread may not include all countries in the continent.