Biosteres (Biosteres) carbonarius (Nees, 1834), Nees, 1834

Beyarslan, Ahmet & Fischer, Maximilian, 2013, Checklist of Turkish Opiinae (Hymenoptera, Braconidae), Zootaxa 3721 (5), pp. 401-454: 404

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Biosteres (Biosteres) carbonarius (Nees, 1834)
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Biosteres (Biosteres) carbonarius (Nees, 1834)  

Bracon carbonarius Nees, 1834: 1   –320.

Biosteres carbonarius Foerster, 1862: 259   .

Biosteres   ( Chilotrichia carbonarius   Fischer, 1972: 1–620. Biosteres (Biosteres) carbonarius Fischer &Beyarslan, 2005: 27   –62. Synonyms. Opius impressus Wesmael, 1835   ; Opius procerus Wesmael, 1835   .

Distribution in Turkey. Bursa, Kirklareli (Fischer & Beyarslan, 2005 b); Artvin, Bartin, Giresun, Kastamonu, Rize, Sivas, Trabzon (Beyarslan & Fischer, 2011).

Distribution. Nearctic, Palaearctic. Albania, Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Canada, Czechoslovakia, Denmark, Estonia, Faeroe Islands, Finland, France, Germany, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Korea, Lithuania, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Russia, Slovakia, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, USA, Yugoslavia.

Hosts. Diptera   . Anthomyiidae   : Delia antiqua Meigen, 1826   ; D. radicum (Linnaeus, 1758)   ; Pegomyia betae (Curtis, 1847)   ; P. bicolor (Wiedemann 1817)   ; P. hyoscyami (Panzer, 1809)   [ Chenopodium hybridum   ]; P. nigritarsis   on Zetterstedt, 1838 [ Solidago virgaurea   ]; P. nigrisquama (Stein, 1888)   ( Diptera   : Anthomyiidae   ) [ Solidago virgaurea   ]; P. solennis (Meigen, 1826)   [ Rumex acetosa   , R. obtusifolius   ]; P. steini Hendel, 1925   .