Symbols and County Codens used in

A Distributional Checklist of the Beetles of Florida

Three (or four) letter abbreviations for Florida counties as used in this checklist. Abbreviations are listed alphabetically; county names are followed by an indication of where the county is within the state: Panhandle= Panhandle (west of and including Jefferson Co.), North= northern Florida (north of and including Levy, Marion and Flagler Co.), Central= central Florida (north of and including Charlotte, Glades and Martin Co. but south of North zone; South= southern Florida (south of and including Lee, Hendry and Palm Beach Co.).

Coden County Region
ALA Alachua North
BAK Baker North
BAY Bay Panhandle
BRA Bradford North
BRE Brevard Central
BRO Broward South
CAL Calhoun Panhandle
CHA Charlotte Central
CIT Citrus Central
CLA Clay North
COLL Collier South
COLU Columbia North
DAD Dade South
DES De Soto Central
DIX Dixie North
DUV Duval North
ESC Escambia Panhandle
FLA Flagler North
FRA Franklin Panhandle
GAD Gadsden Panhandle
GIL Gilchrist North
GLA Glades Central
GUL Gulf Panhandle
HAM Hamilton North
HAR Hardee Central
HEN Hendry South
HER Hernando Central
HIG Highlands Central
HIL Hillsborough Central
HOL Holmes Panhandle
IND Indian River Central
JAC Jackson Panhandle
JEF Jefferson Panhandle
LAF Lafayette North
LAK Lake Central
LEE Lee South
LEO Leon Panhandle
LEV Levy North
LIB Liberty Panhandle
MAD Madison North
MAN Manatee Central
MARI Marion North
MART Martin Central
MON Monroe South
NAS Nassau North
OKA Okaloosa Panhandle
OKE Okeechobee Central
ORA Orange Central
OSC Osceola Central
PAL Palm Beach South
PAS Pasco Central
PIN Pinellas Central
POL Polk Central
PUT Putnam North
SAR Sarasota Central
SEM Seminole Central
SJO St. Johns North
SLU St. Lucie Central
SRO Santa Rosa Panhandle
SUM Sumter Central
SUW Suwanee North
TAY Taylor North
UNI Union North
VOL Volusia Central
WAK Wakulla Panhandle
WAL Walton Panhandle
WAS Washington Panhandle

Other Abbreviations or Symbols

t.l. type locality
* known from Georgia or Alabama and probably also in Florida
+ introduced or immigrant into Florida (or North America)
endemic meaning restricted to Florida or other specified locality (= precinctive sensu Frank and McCoy (1990))

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