Otiorhynchus (Majetnecus) lepidopterus (Fabricius)

Yunakov, Nikolai, Nazarenko, Vitalij, Filimonov, Rostislav & Volovnik, Semyon, 2018, A survey of the weevils of Ukraine (Coleoptera: Curculionoidea), Zootaxa 4404 (1), pp. 1-494: 284

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https://doi.org/10.11646/zootaxa.4404.1.1

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http://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.3802490

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scientific name

Otiorhynchus (Majetnecus) lepidopterus (Fabricius)
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Otiorhynchus (Majetnecus) lepidopterus (Fabricius) 

Curculio lepidopterus Fabricius, 1794 

Curculio salicis Strøm, 1783  [HN].

Otiorhynchus salicis (Strøm, 1783) 

Records. IFR ZAK [ Miller 1868: 25; Roubal 1941: 131; Endrődi 1960: 31; Mazur 2002: 235].

Distribution. Central and North Europe.

Material examined. Ivano-Frankivsk Prov.: 2 f ( KUMN) Carpathian National Park, Chornohora Mt. Range , Polonyna Pozhyzhevska, V. V. Martynov leg., 04.viii.2004  ; 1 f ( KUMN) idem, 09.viii.2004  ; 1 f ( KUMN) idem, 11.viii.2004  ; Zakarpatska Prov.: 4 f ( ZMUN) Rakhiv Distr., 18 km SE Rakhiv, Maramuresh Mts. , Holovachiu Mt. Range , N slope of Nenyaska Mt., N. Yunakov leg., 14.vii.2000  ; 1 f ( ZMUN) Rakhiv Distr., Maramuresh Mts., 18 km SE Rakhiv, Holovachiu Mt. Range , N. Yunakov leg., 12.vii.2000  ; 1 f ( KUMN) Rakhiv Distr., Maramuresh Mts., trail along Bilyi River to Dilove , upper of Skorodnyi River mouth, N. Yunakov leg., 27.vii.2001  ; 3 f ( KUMN) Rakhiv Distr., Chornohora Mt. Range, Hoverla Mt. , Bogdanov leg., 20.viii.1979  ; 2 f ( KUMN) Mukachevo Distr., Karpaty , Yakushenko leg., 07.viii.1971  ; 1 f ( KUMN) Mizhhiria Distr., 15 km NE Mizhhiria, Sinevirska Polyana env., Kani Mt. , N. Yunakov leg., 04.vii.1997  .

Biology. Montane deciduous and mixed forests. In Carpathians represented by parthenogenetic populations, bisexual populations are recorded from Alps. Adults occur in V–VII. Polyphagous.

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