Martin Hardy


Martin Hardy

Martin Hardy near Copper Canyon Arizona, 2017.


Martin Hardy has a master's degree in entomology from the University Laval in Québec, Canada. His interests are the taxonomy and systematics of worldwide Dynastinae. He is a regular collaborator with the Canadian Museum of Nature in Ottawa, Canada.



Martin Hardy
1910 rue de l’Alliance
Québec, Québec


  1. Hardy M. 2003. Description d'une nouvelle espèce congolaise du genre Cyphonistes.   Fabreries 28(2): 53-56.

  2. Hardy M. 2003. Description of a new species of Dynastes. Besoiro 9: 3-7.

  3. Dechambre R-P & Hardy M. 2004. Quatre nouvelles espèces de Stenocrates.     Coléoptères 10(18): 209-214.

  4. Ratcliffe B.C. & Hardy M.  2005. Collagenus dasysternus, a new genus and species of Dynastinae from eastern Venezuela with a key to the New World genera of Pentodontini. The Coleopterists Bulletin 59(1): 143-150.

  5. Hardy, M. 2014. Guide d’identification des Scarabées du Québec (Coleoptera: Scarabaeoidea). Entomofaune du Québec (EQ) Inc., Saguenay, Canada. 166 pages. (Description of 123 Scarabaeoidea species listed in the province of Quebec (Canada). Identification keys in English and French, along with a few hundred color photos, description of all the species, capture locations and distribution maps to easily identify each species).

  6. Hardy M. & Dupuis, F. 2016. Description d’une nouvelle espèce d’Hemiphileurus Kolbe,
    1910, du Pérou (Coleoptera, Dynastidae). Coléoptères 22(2): 13-18.

  7. Hardy M. 2017. Description of a new species of Bothynus Hope from Argentina and Bolivia (Coleoptera: Scarabaeidae: Dynastinae). Zootaxa 4362(1): 141-145. 


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