Corixidae

Esenbekova, Perizat Abdykairovna, Nurushev, Murat Zhusupbekovich & Homziak, Jurij, 2015, Aquatic Hemiptera (Heteroptera) of Kazakhstan, with notes on life history, ecology and distribution, Zootaxa 4013 (2), pp. 195-206: 196-199

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http://dx.doi.org/10.11646/zootaxa.4013.2.2

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scientific name

Corixidae
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Family Corixidae 

Micronecta pusilla (Horvath) 

Standing and slow-moving water bodies of all sizes; zoophytophage; univoltine; larvae overwinters. West Eurasian.

Micronecta griseola Horvath 

Standing and slow-moving water bodies of all sizes; nektonic; zoophytophage; univoltine; Larvae overwinters as Stage IV or occasionally Stage III ( Wroblewski 1958). West Eurasian.

Micronecta guttata Matsumura 

Standing and slow-moving water bodies of all sizes; zoophytophage; univoltine; larvae overwinters. East Palearctic.

Micronecta minutissima (Linnaeus) 

Standing and slow-moving water bodies of all sizes; ( Esenbekova 2006 a); zoophytophage; univoltine; Larvae overwinters as Stages III or IV ( Papáček 1989, Southwood and Leston 1959). West Eurasian.

Cymatia bonsdorffii (C.R. Salberg) 

Standing and slow-moving water bodies of all sizes; zoophytophage; univoltine; overwinters as imago ( Esenbekova 2006 a). Trans Palearctic.

Cymatia coleoptrata (Fabricius) 

Standing and slow-moving water bodies of all sizes; zoophytophage; univoltine ( Kanyukova 1980); overwinters as imago. West Eurasian.

Cymatia rogenhoferi (Fieber) 

Standing and slow-moving water bodies of all sizes; zoophytophage; univoltine; overwinters as imago. West Palearctic.

Arctocorisa carinata lansburyi Jansson 

In high mountain lakes and rivers; zoophytophage (preys on dipteran larvae and Daphnia  ); univoltine; overwinters as imago (in deep waters that do not freeze). West Siberian-East Scythian.

Callicorixa gebleri (Fieber) 

In lakes, standing floodplain ponds, puddles, wetlands and sometimes brackish waters ( Esenbekova, 2006 b); multivoltine; zoophytophage (chironomid larvae and filamentous green algae ( Asanova 1966); overwinters as imago. Eurasian.

Callicorixa praeusta (Fieber) 

In lakes, floodplain ponds and slow moving waters; zoophytophage; multivoltine; overwinters as imago. Trans Palearctic.

Callicorixa praeusta przhevalskiana (Jaczewski) 

In lakes, floodplain ponds and slow moving waters; zoophytophage; multivoltine; overwinters as imago. Central Asian-Kazakhstan.

Callicorixa producta (Reuter) 

In a variety of stagnant waters; zoophytophage (preys on dipteran larvae and Daphnia  ); univoltine; overwinters as imago (in deep waters that do not freeze) ( Kerzhner and Yachevsky 1964). Trans-Eurasian.

Corixa affinis Leach 

Mostly in stagnant waters, occurs from low-lying to mountainous areas, up to an altitude of 2000-2300 m; zoophytophage; univoltine; overwinters as imago. West Palearctic-Oriental.

Corixa dentipes Thomson 

In permanent water bodies with rich aquatic vegetation, from plains to mountain areas, to an altitude of 1400– 1500 m (Kanyukova 1979); zoophytophage; univoltine; overwinters as imago. West Eurasian.

Corixa punctata (Illiger) 

In small, permanent ponds with rich aquatic vegetation; zoophage (preys on insect larvae, crustaceans); univoltine; overwinters as imago. Corixa punctata  make audible and distinct sounds when mating; mating occurs primarily in autumn, but has also been reported in winter and spring ( Theiss 1983). West Palearctic-Oriental.

Corixa jakowleffi Horvath 

Mainly in stagnant water bodies, occurs from low-lying to mountainous areas, to an altitude of 2000–2300 m; zoophytophage; univoltine; overwinters as imago ( Esenbekova 2006 a). Mid-Tethys.

Heliocorisa vermiculata (Puton) 

In standing brackish water bodies in the steppe region; zoophytophage; univoltine; overwinters as imago. West Palearctic-Oriental.

Hesperocorixa linnaei (Fieber) 

In floodplain ponds and stagnant waters with well-developed aquatic vegetation; zoophytophage; univoltine; imago overwinters in the water column ( Jansson 1969). Caught at lights ( Esenbekova 2006 b). West Palearctic.

Hesperocorixa occulta (Lundbland) 

Lives in the reservoirs of mountain rivers; zoophytophage; univoltine; overwinters as imago. Mid-Tethys.

Hesperocorixa sahlbergi (Fieber) 

Standing and slow-moving water bodies of all sizes; zoophytophage; univoltine; overwinters as imago. West Eurasian.

Paracorixa armata (Lundbland) 

In lakes and flood plains of rivers in the steppe zone; zoophytophage; univoltine; overwinters as imago ( Jaczewski 1960). Attracted to lights. South Siberian-East Scythian.

Paracorixa caspica (Horvath) 

In desert springs, also in floodplains and lakes; zoophytophage; univoltine ( Jansson 1986); overwinters as imago. Attracted to lights. Mid-Palearctic.

Paracorixa concinna (Fieber) 

In a variety of stagnant and slow moving waters, primarily in the steppe zone, including fresh, saline and brackish waters, and in contaminated runoff; nektonic; zoophytophage; multivoltine; overwinters as imago. Attracted to lights. West Eurasian.

Paracorixa kiritshenkoi (Lundbland) 

In floodplain water bodies associated with rivers and lakes in the steppe zone and desert areas; zoophytophage; univoltine; overwinters as imago. Attracted to lights. Eurasian.

Sigara sibirica Jaczewski 

In standing waters of wetlands, brackish/saline shallow waters, and floodplain water bodies (especially in waters with higher mineral content), as well as rice paddy fields; nektonic; zoophytophage; multivoltine; overwinters as imago. Flies to lights. Euro Siberian-Scythian.

Sigara nigrolineata (Fieber) 

In a variety of small, slow moving and standing water bodies; zoophytophage; multivoltine; overwinters as imago ( Kerzhner and Yachevsky 1964). West Palearctic.

Sigara limitata (Fieber) 

In stagnant or slow moving, well-warmed water bodies with rich vegetation; zoophytophage; univoltine; over overwinters as imago. West Eurasian.

Sigara semistriata (Fieber) 

In a variety of standing and slowly flowing floodplain water bodies with muddy bottoms and rich vegetation; zoophytophage; univoltine ( Jansson 1969); over overwinters as imago. West Eurasian.

Sigara assimilis (Fieber) 

In brackish and saline water bodies, but can occur in freshwater ( Kerzhner and Yachevsky 1964); zoophytophage; univoltine; overwinters as imago. Attracted to lights. Abundant and common. West Eurasian.

Sigara seistanensis (Distant) 

In large rivers and floodplain standing waters; zoophytophage; univoltine; overwinters as imago. Attracted to lights. Sethian-Oriental.

Sigara striata (Linnaeus) 

Eurytopic, found in most standing, slow moving and floodplain water bodies, but avoids heavily polluted waters; zoophytophage (consumes a variety of plants and animals, including mosquito larvae); multivoltine; overwinters as imago, primarily in reservoirs). Good flier, attracted to lights ( Kerzhner and Yachevsky 1964). West Eurasian.

Sigara distincta (Fieber) 

In a variety of standing waters and floodplain water bodies, in silty areas with aquatic vegetation; zoophytophage; multivoltine ( Jansson 1969); overwinters as imago. West Eurasian.

Sigara falleni (Fieber) 

In slow moving and standing waters, floodplain water bodies, creeks, rivers, and lakes, including moderately polluted waters; zoophytophage; bivoltine; overwinters as imago. West Eurasian.

Sigara fallenoidea (Hungerford) 

Lives in a variety of shallow water bodies with clay bottoms (Kerzhner and Yachevsky); zoophytophage; multivoltine; overwinters as imago. Holarctic.

Sigara longipalis (J. Sahlberg) 

In floodplain standing water bodies; nektonic; zoophytophage; multivoltine ( Jansson 1986); overwinters as imago. West Eurasian.

Sigara lateralis (Leach) 

In a variety of standing water bodies, often in highly saline brackish and sometimes in polluted water bodies in the steppe regions ( Kerzhner and Yachevsky 1964); zoophytophage; bivoltine; overwinters as imago. Good flier, attracted to lights. West Palearctic-Oriental.

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Insecta

Order

Hemiptera

Family

Corixidae