Digitonthophagus gazella (scarab beetle)

Abundance: 0.04 to 73.79% (median 1.91%)

Latitudinal range: -21.4° to 26.7°

Habitats: desert/xeric shrubland (3), tropical/subtropical dry broadleaf forest (3), tropical/subtropical moist broadleaf forest (3), tropical/subtropical savanna (5)

Found in 14 samples

Brazil: Fazenda Encanto (human feces baited), Charles Darwin Ecological Refuge (open habitat), Manga Rosa, Floresta Nacional Contendas do Sincorá (dry season), Vilela Farm

Colombia: Serranía de Coroza (livestock use area, rainy season)

Ivory Coast: Lola Field Station (savanna)

Mexico: Los Tuxtlas (howlers absent), Santa Rosa, Laboratorio del Desierto (dung pats), Laboratorio del Desierto (pitfall trap site 1), El Jaralillo Cattle Ranch (July), Vicente Guerrero (PE), Los Tuxtlas (forest fragments)

See also Digitonthophagus