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Chronological account
Liburnia vittatifrons Uhler, 1876 previous combination of Pentagramma vittatifrons (Uhler, 1876) according to Van Duzee (1897)
Pentagramma minore Crawford, 1914 synonym of Pentagramma vittatifrons (Uhler, 1876) according to Penner (1947)
Distribution map: extant taxa
Geographical distribution
Canada (Alberta)  according to  Bartlett et al. (2014): 104
Canada (Manitoba)  according to  Bartlett et al. (2014): 104
Canada (Saskatchewan)  according to  Hedrick-Zeller & Wilson (2010), Bartlett et al. (2014): 104
United States of America (Colorado)  according to  Hedrick-Zeller & Wilson (2010), Bartlett et al. (2014): 104
United States of America (Delaware)  according to  Bartlett et al. (2014): 104
United States of America (Idaho)  according to  Bartlett et al. (2014): 104
United States of America (Illinois)  according to  Bartlett et al. (2014): 104
United States of America (Indiana)  according to  Bartlett et al. (2014): 104
United States of America (Iowa)  according to  Bartlett et al. (2014): 104
United States of America (Kansas)  according to  Hedrick-Zeller & Wilson (2010), Bartlett et al. (2014): 104
United States of America (Maryland)  according to  Bartlett et al. (2014): 104
United States of America (Massachusetts)  according to  Bartlett et al. (2014): 104
United States of America (Michigan)  according to  Bartlett et al. (2014): 104
United States of America (Mississippi)  according to  Bartlett et al. (2014): 104
United States of America (Montana)  according to  Bartlett et al. (2014): 104
United States of America (Nebraska)  according to  Hedrick-Zeller & Wilson (2010), Bartlett et al. (2014): 104
United States of America (New Jersey)  according to  Bartlett et al. (2014): 104
United States of America (New Mexico)  according to  Hedrick-Zeller & Wilson (2010), Bartlett et al. (2014): 104
United States of America (New York)  according to  Hedrick-Zeller & Wilson (2010), Bartlett et al. (2014): 104
United States of America (North Carolina)  according to  Bartlett et al. (2014): 104
United States of America (North Dakota)  according to  Hedrick-Zeller & Wilson (2010), Bartlett et al. (2014): 104
United States of America (Ohio)  according to  Bartlett et al. (2014): 104
United States of America (Oklahoma)  according to  Bartlett et al. (2014): 104
United States of America (South Dakota)  according to  Bartlett et al. (2014): 104
United States of America (Texas)  according to  Hedrick-Zeller & Wilson (2010), Bartlett et al. (2014): 104
United States of America (Utah)  according to  Hedrick-Zeller & Wilson (2010), Bartlett et al. (2014): 104
United States of America (Virginia)  according to  Bartlett et al. (2014): 104
United States of America (Washington)  according to  Bartlett et al. (2014): 104
United States of America (Wyoming)  according to  Hedrick-Zeller & Wilson (2010), Bartlett et al. (2014): 104
Biological interactions
Host-plant
Schoenoplectus pungens (Vahl) Palla (Poales, Cyperaceae) according to Hedrick-Zeller & Wilson (2010)