Leptobium gracile (GRAVENHORST 1802)

Assing, V., 2010, A revision of Leptobium CASEY. VII. Two new species from Turkey and Spain, and additional records, Linzer biologische Beiträge 42 (2), pp. 1037-1043: 1038

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http://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.5468927

DOI

http://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.5468927

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scientific name

Leptobium gracile (GRAVENHORST 1802)
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Leptobium gracile (GRAVENHORST 1802)  

M a t e r i a l e x a m i n e d Albania: 74 exs., Kolonjë , 3 km ENE Leskovik, 40°10'N, 20°37'E, 990 m, flooded calcareous pasture with stones, under stones, 28.V.2010, leg. Assing & Schülke (cAss, cSch). Turkey: 79 exs., Kastamonu, 40 km NW Kastamonu, NE Azdavay, W Yeúilpınar, 41°42'N, 33°28'E, 1090 m, calcareous slope and flooded field, under stones, 22.III.2010, leg. Assing ( MNHUB, cAss, cFel) GoogleMaps   ; 48 exs., Kastamonu, ca. 65 km W Kastamonu, 20 km W Eflani , 41°28'N, 33°13'E, 1090 m, calcareous arable land, under stones, 25.III.2010, leg. Assing (cAss) GoogleMaps   ; 13 exs., Ankara, 57.5 km SE Bolu, ca. 20 km N Beypazarı, 40°18'N, 31°59'E, 1540 m, wet fallow near shallow pond, under stones, 28.III.2010, leg. Assing (cAss). Ukraine: 1 ex., Odessa, Majaki, Dnestr river , at light, 18.-19.VIII.2005, leg Cibuƺkis (cSha) GoogleMaps   .

C o m m e n t: Leptobium gracile   is the most widespread and common species of the genus. For a map illustrating its distribution see ASSING (2005).