Check List 12(3): e19502, doi: 10.15560/12.3.1900
Dinidor mactabilis (Perty, 1833): first record of Dinidoridae (Hemiptera: Pentatomoidea) in the state of São Paulo, Brazil
expand article infoBruno Celso Genevcius, Renan Carrenho§, Cristiano F. Schwertner§
‡ University of São Paulo, Brazil§ Federal University of São Paulo, Brazil
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Species of Dinidoridae in Brazil are currently known only from five localities, which has been attributed in the literature to the lack of field collections. We report the first record of Dinidor mactabilis (Perty, 1833) in the state of São Paulo, Brazil, also representing the first record of the family Dinidoridae in São Paulo. A female of Dinidor mactabilis was collected in a fragment of the Atlantic Forest close to the Billings Reservoir, in the municipality of São Bernardo do Campo, extending its known distribution in southeastern Brazil by at least 200 km. 
Heteroptera; Pentatomomorpha; diversity; new record