Nabis (Aspilaspis) viridulus Spinola, 1837

Ghahari, Hassan, Linnavuori, Rauno E., Moulet, Pierre & Ostovan, Hadi, 2010, An annotated catalogue of the Iranian Nabidae (Hemiptera: Heteroptera), Acta Entomologica Musei Nationalis Pragae 50 (1), pp. 33-44 : 36-37

publication ID

https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.5325663

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scientific name

Nabis (Aspilaspis) viridulus Spinola, 1837
status

 

Nabis (Aspilaspis) viridulus Spinola, 1837  

= Nabis viridis (Brullé, 1839)  

Distribution in Iran. Esfahan ( KERZHNER 1987), Fars ( KERZHNER 1987), Golestan ( KERZHNER 1987, HEISS 2002), Guilan ( LINNAVUORI & HOSSEINI 2000), Kerman ( SEIDENSTÜCKER 1958, KERZHNER 1987), Khorasan ( SEIDENSTÜCKER 1957, KERZHNER 1987, LINNAVUORI & MODARRES AWAL 1998), Khuzestan ( KERZHNER 1987), Markazi ( MODARRES AWAL 1997), Mazandaran

( HEISS 2002), Sistan va Baluchestan ( SEIDENSTÜCKER 1957, KERZHNER 1987), West Azerbaijan ( KERZHNER 1987).

First recorded from ‘north Iran, on Tamarix   ’ by JAKOVLEV (1877). The record from Sistan va Baluchestan: Zakhedan ( KIRITSHENKO 1966) belongs to N. pallidus   . Seidenstücker’s records (Sistan va Baluchestan: Iranshahr, Sangun, Kuh-e Taftan; Khorasan: Birdjant ( SEIDENSTÜCKER 1957, as Aspilaspis viridis   ); Kerman: Anbarabad ( SEIDENSTÜCKER 1958, as Nabis viridis   )) may belong, at least partly, to N. pallidus   or N. indicus   (see KERZHNER 1987).

General distribution. Holomediterranean, extending to North Africa ( Senegal, Sudan) and Central Asia ( Tadjikistan, Uzbekistan) ( KERZHNER 1996).

Comments. On Tamarix   (e.g., LINNAVUORI & HOSSEINI 2000).

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Insecta

Order

Hemiptera

Family

Nabidae

Genus

Nabis