Ischnosoma thamar Kocian, 2003

Kocian, Matúš & Schülke, Michael, 2018, New species and records of Ischnosoma Stephens (Coleoptera: Staphylinidae: Tachyporinae) from Nepal, Zootaxa 4442 (4), pp. 501-522: 518

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https://doi.org/10.11646/zootaxa.4442.4.1

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http://treatment.plazi.org/id/081D87EB-E422-5644-67F2-FEA7FB07FBAF

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Ischnosoma thamar Kocian, 2003
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Ischnosoma thamar Kocian, 2003 

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NEPAL: Ilam: Mai Pokhari, 2100–2200 m, 9.–10.IV.1988, Castanopsis  forest remnant, leg. J. Martens & W. Schawaller [319], 2 ex. (SMNS); Gitang Khola valley, 1750 m, 11.–13.IV.1988, Alnus  forest along river, leg. J. Martens & W. Schawaller [321], 1 ex. (SMNS); Panchthar: Paniporua, 2300 m, 16.–20.IV.1988, mixed broadleaved forest, leg. J. Martens & W. Schawaller [328], 3 exs. (SMNS), 2 ex (cKoc); Dhorpar Kharka, mature Rhododendron -Lithocarpus forest, 2700 m, 13.–16.IV.1988, leg. J. Martens & W. Schawaller, 1 ex. (SMNS); Sankhuwasabha: Arun Valley, Chichila, 1900–2000 m, 18.–20.VI.1988, Quercus  forest, bushes near village, leg. J. Martens & W. Schawaller [414], 1 ex. (SMNS); Syangja: Manaslu mountains, Bara Pokhari Lekh, above Taksar village, creek bed, sifted, 2100 m, 11.IV.1999, leg. J. Schmidt, 33 exs. (cSch), 3 exs. (cKoc); Manaslu mountains, Bara Pokhari Lekh, Chhandi Khola valley, 11./ 12.IV.2003, 2000–2300 m, leg. J. Schmidt, 3 ex. (NME, cSch); Manaslu mountains, S of Bara Pokhari, 2300 m, 8.IV.2003, leg. J. Schmidt, 15 exs. (NME, cSch); Manaslu mountains, S of Bara Pokhari, 2000 m, 7.IV.2003, leg. J. Schmidt, 1 ex. (NME); Manaslu mountains, Puran Dubar to Bara Pokhari Lekh, 2050 m, 1.IV.1999, leg. G. Hirthe & C. Krüger, 2 exs. (cHir, cSch); W Manaslu Himal, Bhara Pokhari Lekh above Bhachok, 1800 m, 28°15'25''N, 84°25'47''E, 31.IV.2005, leg. O. Jäger, 3 ex. (SMTD, cSch); Taplejung: Omje Kharka NW Yamputhin, 2300–2500 m, 1.–6.V.1988, mature mixed broadleaved forest, leg. J. Martens & W. Schawaller [356], 3 exs. (SMNS).

Remarks. Ischnosoma thamar  has been recorded from Central and East Nepal ( Fig. 43 View Figure ). Since it is macropterous, it may be more widespread.