The genus Aglylptinus Cockerell (Leiodinae: Scotocryptini) is predominantly Neotropical in distribution. A. laevis (LeConte) is the only species known from the USA and Canada. It is distributed in eastern North America from southern Canada to south Florida and east Texas. The distribution is mapped. Adults are usually found in moist forests, in association with fungi, and are known from all months of the year. A lectotype is designated.
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Peck, S. (2004). Distribution and biology of aglyptinus laevis (leconte) in the United States and Canada (leiodidae; leiodinae; scotocryptini). Coleopterists Bulletin, 58(3), 373–377. doi:10.1649/631