Expansion of Geographic or Host Range

Fundamentals of Stored-Product Entomology textbook discusses how the expansion of the geographic and/or host ranges of Cynaeus angustus (p. 53, 201), Prostephanus truncatus (p. 17, 201) and Trogoderma granarium (p. 20, 201)  have occurred during recorded history. Stored-Product Insect Resource book discusses the expansion of geographic and/or host ranges for Acanthoscelides obtectus (p.4, 203), Caryedon serratus (p. 48, 203), Cynaeus angustus (p. 71, 203), Prostephanus truncatus (p. 150, 203), Trogoderma granarium (p. 3, 189-190) and Zabrotes subfasciatus (p. 198, 203). Conditions allowing other stored-product insect species to expand their geographic and/or host range also are discussed on p. 3 and counties into which species have been introduced are noted in Table 1.1. The adaptation of Sitophilus oryzae to non-cereal grain hosts is discussed in Atlas of Stored-Product Insects and Mites book (p. 200). Other pages on this website provide citations for examples of geographic range expansion and efforts to prevent these expansions (See Regulatory Control of Khapra beetle, Regulatory Control of Potato Tuber Worm and Regulatory Control of Sweetpotato Weevil). The following references provide additional information the expansion of geographic or host range. Several references use climate data to predict potential geographic expansion of host range.

Alvarez, Nadir, Doyle, M., Martine, H.M., Celine, B., Leny, M., Betty, B., 2005. Ancient and recent evolutionary history of the bruchid beetle, Acanthoscelides obtectus (Say), a cosmopolitan pest of beans. Molecular Ecology 14, 1015-1024.

Arthur, Frank H., William R. Morrison, and Amy C. Morey. 2019. Modeling the Potential Range Expansion of Larger Grain Borer, Prostephanus truncatus (Coleoptera: Bostrichidae). Scientific Reports 9(1): 6862.

Austin, Daniel F. 1991. Association between the plant family Convolvulaceae and cylas weevils. p. 45-57. In: R. K. Jansson and K. V. Raman (eds.). Sweet Potato Pest Management: a global perspective. Westview Press, Boulder, CO.

Austin, D. F., R. K. Jansson and G. W. Wolfe. 1991. Convolvulaceae and Cylas: a proposed hypothesis on the origins of this plant/insect relationship. Trop. Agric. 68:162-170.

Banks, H. J. 1977. Distribution and establishment of Trogoderma granarium Everts (Coleoptera: Dermestidae): climatic and other influences. J. Stored Prod. Res. 183-202.

Blanc, M. P., N. Lugon-Moulin, C. Panighini, H. Pijnenburg and L. Rossi. 2006. Sturcture of worldwide populations of Lasioderma serricorne (Coleoptera: Anobiidae) as revealed by amplified fragment length polymorphism profiles. Bull. Entomol. Res. 96: 111-116.

Castalanelli, M.A., Mikac, K.K., Baker, A., Grimm, M., Munyard, K. & Groth, D.M. (2011) Multiple incursions and putative species revealed using a mitochondrial and nuclear phylogenetic approach to Trogoderma variabile trapping program. Bulletin of Entomological Research 101, 333–343.

Chittenden, F. H. 1900. On the recent spread of the Mediterranean flour moth. USDA Bul. 22 97-98.

Chu, W. J., W. F. Li, and X. L. Huang. 2008. Potential distributions of Trogoderma granarium by means of semi-quantitative analysis. Entomological Journal of East China 17:287-292.

Coombs, C., C. Billings, and J. Porter. 1977. Effect of yellow split-peas (Pisum sativum L.) and other pulses on productivity of certain strains of Sitophilus oryzae (L.) (Col. Curculionidae) and ability of other strains to breed thereon. J. Stored Prod. Res. 13: 53-58.

Danysz, J. 1893. Ephestia kuehniella, parasite de Bles, des farines, et des biscuits. Histoire naturelles du parasite et moyons de la detruire, Menoires du laboratoire de Parasitologie Vegetale de la Bourse de commerce. Paris. 1: Reviewed in Insect Life 5: 290-291.

Fields, P., J. VanLoon, M. Dolinski, J. Harris, and W. Burkholder. 1993. The Distribution of Rhyzopertha dominica (F) in Western Canada. Can. Entomol. 125: 317-328.

Folsch, W. 1926. Ueber die Mehlmotte, Ephestia kuhniella. (About the flour moth, Ephestia kuhniella) Zeller. Anz. f. Schadlingsk. 2: 98-99.

Hatch, M. H. 1940. Stored-grain beetles in western Washington with special reference to the tenebrionid, Cynaeus angustus Lec. Pan-Pac. Entomol. 16: 34-35.

Howe, R., and D. Lindgren. 1957. How Much can the Khapra Beetle Spread in the USA. J. Econ. Entomol. 50: 374-375.

Howe, R.W. 1958. A theoretical evaluation of the potential range and importance of Trogoderma granarium Everts (Coleoptera. Dermestidae) in North America. Proceedings of the tenth International Congress on Entomology 4: 23–28.

Johnson, C. D. 1966. Caryedon gonagra (Fab.) established in Mexico. Pan-Pacific Entomology 42: 162.

Jung, J.M., Lee, S.G., Kim, K.H., Jeon, S.W., Jung, S., Lee, W.H., 2020. The potential distribution of the potato tuber moth (Phthorimaea operculella) based on climate and host availability of potato. Agronomy 10, 12.

Jung, Jae-Min, Dae-hyeon Byeon, Se-Hyun Kim, Sunghoon-Jung and Wang-Hee Lee 2020. Estimating economic damage to cocoa bean production with changes in the spatial distribution of Tribolium castaneum (Herbst) (Coleoptera: Tenebrionidae) in response to climate change. J. Stored Prod. Res. 89, 101681

Kawamura, K., Sugimoto, T., Kakutani, K., Matsuda, Y., & Toyoda, H. (2007). Genetic variation of sweet potato weevils, Cylas formicarius (Fabricius)(Coleoptera: Brentidae), in main infested areas in the world based upon the internal transcribed spacer-1 (ITS-1) region. Applied entomology and zoology, 42(1), 89-96.

King, G. A., Kenward, H., Schmidt, E. and Smith, D. 2014. Six-legged hitchhikers: an archaeobiogeographical account of the early dispersal of grain beetles. Journal of the North Atlantic 23: 1-18.

Klemm, M. 1930. Zur Frage der geographischen Verbreitungszentren der Mehlmotte Ephestia Kühniella Zell. (On the question of the geographic distribution centers of the flour moth Ephestia kuehniella Zell.) Mitteilungen der Gesellschaft für Vorratsschutz 6: 26

Lebedev, A. G. (1929). On the question of the geographical origin of the flour moth, Ephestia kuehniella Zell. (In Russian.) Plant Protection (Leningrad), 6: 45-51.

Lebedev, A. G. (1930). Zur Frage der geographischen Herkunft der Mehlmotte (Ephestia kühniella Zell.) (On the question of the geographical origin of the flour moth (Ephestia kühniella Zell.)) Zeitschrift für Angewandte Entomologie, 16(3), 597-605.

Ormerod, Eleanor. 1889. The new flour moth in England (In letter to C. V. Riley). Insect Life 1: 314-315.

Payne, N. M. 1934. The differential effect of environmental factors upon Microbracon hebetor Say (Hymenoptera: Braconidae) and its host, Ephestia kuhniella Zeller (Lepidoptera: Pyralidae). II. Ecological monographs, 4(1): 4-46.

Plarre, R. 2010. An attempt to reconstruct the natural and cultural history of the granary weevil, Sitophilus granarius (Coleoptera: Curculionidae). Eur. J. Entomol. 107: 1-11.

Plarre, R. 2011. An attempt to reconstruct the natural and cultural history of the webbing clothes moth Tineola bisselliella Hummel (Lepidoptera: Tineidae). J. Entomol. Aracol. Res. Ser II 43: 83-93.

Potter, C. 1935. Biology and distribution of Rhizopertha dominica (Fab.). Transactions of the Royal Entomological Society of London 83: 449-482.

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Sembène, M., J.Y. Rasplus, J.F. Silvain and A. Delobel. 2008. Genetic differentiation in sympatric populations of the groundnut seed beetle Caryedon serratus (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae): new insights from molecular and ecological data. International Journal of Tropical Insect Science 28 (3): 168-177.

Simmons, P., and G. W. Ellington. 1932. Biography of the Angoumois grain moth. Annals of the Entomological Society of America. 25: 265-281.

Thakur, D. R. 2010. Invasion and threats of Acanthoscelides obtectus (Say) (Coleloptera: Bruchidae) to kidney beans in India – a first record, pp. 193-196. In M. O. Carvalho, P. G. Fields, C. S. Adler, F. H. Arthur, C. G. Athanassiou, J. F. Campbell, F. Fleurat-Lessard, P. W. Flinn, R. J. Hodges, A. A. Isikber, S. Navarro, R. T. Noyes, J. Riudavets, K. K. Sinha, G. R. Thorpe, B. H. Timlick, P. Trematerra and N. D. G. White (eds.), Proceedings of the 10th International Working Conference on Stored Product Protection, 27 June-2 July 2010, Estoril, Portugal. Julius Kühn-Institut, Berlin, Germany.

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Wolfe, W. G. 1991. The origin and dispersal of the pest species of Cylas with a key to the pest species groups of the world. p. 13-43. In: R. K. Jansson and K. V. Raman (eds.). Sweet Potato Pest Management: a global perspective. Westview Press, Boulder, CO.

Yoshida, T. 1986. Colonization by forest insects of stored barley or wheat in ancient times, in the Near and Middle East, p. 660-663. In Sixth Intern. Biodeterioration Symp. 1984, Washington, DC,, USA. Cab International

Zacher, F. 1922. Eingeschleppte Vorratsschadlinge gefahren fur unsr Wirtschaftsleben. (Introduced storage pests danger for our economy) Die Umschau (Frankfort am Main) 26(5): 66-71

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