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Chronological account
Megamelus angulatus Osborn, 1905 synonym of Megamelus davisi Van Duzee, 1897 according to Beamer (1955): 29
Distribution map: extant taxa
Data accuracy
Level 4
Levels 1, 2 and 3
(TDWG standard) GBIF occurrences
Geographical distribution
Canada (Ontario)  according to  Bartlett et al. (2014): 123
Florida  according to  Bartlett et al. (2014): 123
United States of America (California)  according to  Bartlett et al. (2014): 123
United States of America (Delaware)  according to  Bartlett et al. (2014): 123
United States of America (District of Columbia)  according to  Bartlett et al. (2014): 123
United States of America (Florida, nearctic)  according to  Beamer (1955): 29
United States of America (Georgia)  according to  Bartlett et al. (2014): 123
United States of America (Hawaii)  according to  Au (1941)
United States of America (Hawaiian Islands)  according to  Bartlett et al. (2014): 123
United States of America (Illinois)  according to  Beamer (1955): 29, Bartlett et al. (2014): 123
United States of America (Kansas)  according to  Beamer (1955): 29, Bartlett et al. (2014): 123
United States of America (Maryland)  according to  Bartlett et al. (2014): 123
United States of America (Michigan)  according to  Beamer (1955): 29, Bartlett et al. (2014): 123
United States of America (Missouri)  according to  Beamer (1955): 29, Bartlett et al. (2014): 123
United States of America (New Jersey)  according to  Beamer (1955): 29, Bartlett et al. (2014): 123
United States of America (New York)  according to  Bartlett et al. (2014): 123
United States of America (North Carolina)  according to  Bartlett et al. (2014): 123
United States of America (Ohio)  according to  Bartlett et al. (2014): 123
United States of America (Pennsylvania)  according to  Osborn (1905) , Bartlett et al. (2014): 123
United States of America (Tennessee)  according to  Beamer (1955): 29, Bartlett et al. (2014): 123
United States of America (Washington DC)  according to  Beamer (1955): 29
Biological interactions
Host-plant
Castalia odorata (Aiton) Wood (Nymphaeales, Nymphaeaceae) according to Beamer (1955): 29
Nuphar advena (Aiton) W.T. Aiton (Nymphaeales, Nymphaeaceae) according to O'Brien & Wilson (1895)
Nuphar sp. (Nymphaeales, Nymphaeaceae) according to Osborn (1905)