Oxypoda (Bessopora) ferruginea

Assing, Volker, 2018, Three new species of Oxypoda from Spain, Armenia, and Ukraine with notes on the fauna of Armenia (Coleoptera: Staphylinidae: Aleocharinae), Linzer biologische Beiträge 50 (1), pp. 111-127: 124

publication ID

http://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.3985332

DOI

http://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.4334753

persistent identifier

http://treatment.plazi.org/id/03978C1A-FFA8-0556-FF38-FC68D5DEFAC9

treatment provided by

Valdenar

scientific name

Oxypoda (Bessopora) ferruginea
status

 

Oxypoda (Bessopora) ferruginea   ERICHSON, 1839

M a t e r i a l e x a m i n e d: Armenia: 1♀, N Yerevan, NW Hrazdan, 40°34'N, 44°24'E, 2000 m, pasture, nests of Formica exsecta (det. Seifert) and Lasius flavus sifted, 28. VI.2016, leg. Assing (cAss) GoogleMaps   ; 3♂♂, 2♀♀, 3 exs., 25 km SW Kapan , 39°04'N, 46°16'E, 2150 m, near stream, litter of Salix and debris sifted, 10.VII.2016, leg. Assing & Schülke (cAss, MNB) GoogleMaps   ; 1♂, 1 ex., Vardenis mountain range SE Vardenis , 40°03'N, 45°46'E, 2730 m, slope below snowfields, stream bank, debris sifted, 27. VI.2017, leg. Assing & Schülke (cAss, MNB) GoogleMaps   ; 1♂, 2♀♀, WSW Dilijan, Kalavan , 40°39'N, 45°06'E, 1700 m, calcareous S-slope with stream valley and oak forest, litter and roots sifted, 29. VI.2017, leg. Assing (cAss) GoogleMaps   ; 1♂, 1 ex., NE Sevan Lake, Karmir pass, 40°34'N, 45°18'E, 2150 m, debris, grass, and roots beneath scattered Sorbus sifted, 30. VI.20176, leg. Assing & Schülke (cAss, MNB) GoogleMaps   ; 1♀, SW Gavar , 40°15'N, 45°10'E, 2170 m, N-slope with scattered bushes, litter and roots roots sifted, 2.VII.2017, leg. Schülke ( MNB) GoogleMaps   ; 1♂, 1♀, 40 km NW Sisian, Vorotan Pass, 39°42'N, 45°41'E, 2090 m, grassy slope with scatteres bushes, litter, debris, and moss sifted, 8.VII.2017, leg. Assing 40 km NW Sisian, Vorotan Pass , 39°42'N, 45°41'E, 2090 m, grassy slope with scatteres bushes, litter, debris, and moss sifted, 8.VII.2017, leg. Schülke ( MNB) GoogleMaps   .

C o m m e n t: This species is widespread, but rather rare, in the West Palaearctic region. It was previously unknown from Armenia.

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Mykotektet, National Veterinary Institute