Alevonota libanotica (FAGEL, 1965)

Assing, Volker, 2017, A revision of the Alevonota species of the Palaearctic region. II. A new species from Cyprus and additional records (Coleoptera: Staphylinidae: Aleocharinae), Linzer biologische Beiträge 49 (1), pp. 229-234: 230-231

publication ID

http://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.5356776

DOI

http://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.5452866

persistent identifier

http://treatment.plazi.org/id/03A2725E-FFCA-FFC4-41CC-0C98E6B5FE90

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Marcus

scientific name

Alevonota libanotica (FAGEL, 1965)
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Alevonota libanotica (FAGEL, 1965)  

M a t e r i a l e x a m i n e d: Turkey: 4 exs., Çanakkale, Kurucam Tepe , 39°43'N, 27°11'E, 430 m, 14. IV.2010, leg. Brachat & Meybohm (cAss) GoogleMaps   ; 1 ex., Isparta, 10 km SE Sütçüler , 37°25'N, 31°02'E, 1520 m, calcareous slope, grass and moss sifted, 26. IV.2011, leg. Assing (cAss) GoogleMaps   ; 1 ex., Antalya, Olimpos, S Hisarçandır , 36°43'N, 30°26'E, 1240 m, 12. IV.2008, leg. Brachat & Meybohm (cAss) GoogleMaps   ; 1 ex., Antalya, Alanya-Taşkent, Karapınar , 36°37'N, 32°25'N, 1090 m, 25. IV.2008, leg. Brachat & Meybohm (cAss)   ; 1 ex., Niğde, E Madenköy , 37°27'N, 34°39'E, 1615- 1870 m, 17. IV.2011, leg. Brachat & Meybohm (cAss) GoogleMaps   ; 4 exs., Adana, Belemedik , 37°20'N, 34°55'E, 690 m, 16. IV.2011, leg. Brachat & Meybohm (cAss) GoogleMaps   ; 1 ex., Adana, 7 km E Kamışlı , 37°32'N, 35°00'E, 1330 m, 26. IV.2011, leg. Brachat & Meybohm (cAss) GoogleMaps   ; 1 ex., Kahramanmaraş, Başkonuş Yaylası , 37°34'N, 36°34'E, 1250 m, 24. IV.2009, leg. Brachat & Meybohm (cAss) GoogleMaps   ; 2 exs., Hatay, Kızıldağ, Madenli , 36°25'N, 36°07'E, 1120 m, 11. IV.2009, leg. Brachat & Meybohm (cAss). Jordan: 13, 1♀, Ajlun, Ajlun C'astle, 32°20'N, 35°43'E, 980 m, 21.II.2014, leg. Meybohm (cAss) GoogleMaps   ; 233, 1♀, Irbid, Zubia , 32°26'N, 35°46'N, 600-840 m, 22.II.2014, leg. Meybohm (cAss)   .

C o m m e n t: The distribution of this East Mediterranean species ranges from the Middle East westwards to Bulgaria and the Greek island Lesbos (ASSING & WUNDERLE 2008). The above specimens from Jordan represent new country records.