Four species of marsh beetles were collected from Pine Hollow during the 1987 field season. Of these, Prionocyphon discoideus (Say) represents a new state record. In addition, specimens of an undescribed Cyphon were also recovered. During the same period, 12 scirtid species were taken at the UW-Milwaukee Field Station. Of these, new state records are reported for five species of Cyphon: fuscescens Klausnitzer, neovariabilis Klausnitzer, orohreatus KLausnitzer, perplexus Blatchley, and ruficollis (Say). Only two species, Flavohelodes thoracica (Guerin-Meneville) and Cyphon obscurus (Guerin-Meneville), were recovered from both sites. Observational notes are included for each of the species found at the two sites, along with preliminary phenologies for the adults.
Young, D.K. 1988. The Marsh Beetles (Coleoptera: Scirtidae) of Pine Hollow and the UW-Milwaukee Field Station. Field Station Bulletin 21(2): 1-9.