Paraphlebia zoe Selys in Hagen, 1861, an endemic Mexican species included in the IUCN Red List of threatened species, is recorded for the first time in Querétaro state. Based on recent collections in mountain cloud forests during the dry and rainy seasons, we added three new records for Hidalgo. There were compiled 16 historical records of the species, that permitted us to generate a range map for P. zoe showing that most records are from the southern region of the Sierra Madre Oriental with some records from the Mexican Gulf provinces. This distributional pattern also occurs in several species of Staphylinidae, Passalidae and Scarabaeidae.
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