Based on historical records in the collection of the National Museum of Natural History, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C., 63 species of Cerambycidae (Coleoptera) are reported from Plummers Island, Maryland. This number represents 24.9% of the Maryland cerambycid fauna. Specimens were collected from March to September, with July yielding the highest total (160 or 38.8%). Only 25 specimens were collected after 1927: three in 1931, three in 1932, one in 1933, one in 1941, 16 in 1968, and one in 2004. Four specimens of the state-listed endangered species Dryobius sexnotatus Linsley were collected prior to 1920.
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