Leptusa (Neopisalia) microphthalma REITTER, 1887

Assing, Volker, 2017, On the Leptusa fauna of the Caucasus region (Coleoptera: Staphylinidae: Aleocharinae), Linzer biologische Beiträge 49 (2), pp. 1049-1074 : 1061

publication ID

https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.5183138

DOI

https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.5192054

persistent identifier

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scientific name

Leptusa (Neopisalia) microphthalma REITTER, 1887
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Leptusa (Neopisalia) microphthalma REITTER, 1887 ( Map 6 View Map 6 )

M a t e r i a l e x a m i n e d: Russia:K r a s n o d a r s k i y K r a y: 7exs.,35kmNNE Sochi , Babuk-Aul, 43°54'N, 39°51'E, 1160 m, beech forest with rhododendron, rhododendron litter sifted, 14.VII.2011, leg. Assing (cAss) GoogleMaps ; 1 ex., 4 km NNW Krasnaya Polyana, Atchishkho Mt. , 43°42'N, 40°11'E, 1000 m, chestnut forest with beech and maple, leaf litter and bark sifted, 18.VII.2011, leg. Assing (cAss) GoogleMaps ; 25 exs., Lagonakskiy Mountains , Matazyk Mountain, 9 km S Guamka, 44°09'N, 39°55'E, 1080 m, 21. V.2014, leg. Pütz (cPüt, cAss) GoogleMaps ; 4 exs., right bank of Malaya Laba river , Chernorechie env., 43°59'N, 40°43'E, 770 m, 21. V.2014, leg. A. Pütz (cPüt, cAss) GoogleMaps ; 3 exs., 1 km NW Ilyich , 44°04'N, 41°22'E, 810 m, 28. V.2014, leg. Pütz (cPüt, cAss) GoogleMaps ; 1 ex., left bank of Shedok river , Shedok env., 44°13'N, 40°44'E, 670 m, 24. V.2014, leg. Pütz (cPüt) GoogleMaps ; 1 ex., south slopes of Chernogorie Mountains , Otdalyenniy env., 44°05'N, 39°44'E, 780 m, 23. V.2014, leg. Pütz (cAss) GoogleMaps .

C o m m e n t: The distribution of L. microphthalma is confined to the West Caucasus, where the species is not uncommon ( Map 6 View Map 6 ). For additional details, a redescription, and illustrations of external and sexual characters see ASSING (2011).

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Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Insecta

Order

Coleoptera

Family

Staphylinidae

Genus

Leptusa