Calomera fimbriata (Dejean, 1831)

Assmann, Thorsten, Boutaud, Esteve, Buse, Joern, Gebert, Joerg, Drees, Claudia, Friedman, Ariel-Leib-Leonid, Khoury, Fares, Marcus, Tamar, Orbach, Eylon, Ittai Renan,, Schmidt, Constantin & Zumstein, Pascale, 2018, The tiger beetles (Coleoptera, Cicindelidae) of the southern Levant and adjacent territories: from cybertaxonomy to conservation biology, ZooKeys 734, pp. 43-103: 65

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http://dx.doi.org/10.3897/zookeys.734.21989

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scientific name

Calomera fimbriata (Dejean, 1831)
status

 

13. Calomera fimbriata (Dejean, 1831)  

Habitat.

Sandy and stony river banks and on the shore of lakes ( Werner 2000). See also Habrodera nilotica   .

Phenology.

In Africa throughout most of the year ( Werner 2000).

Distribution range.

From Senegal to Sudan and Ethiopia ( Werner 2000). Probably does not occur in Egypt (see discussion in Abdel-Dayem et al. 2003).

Distribution in the southern Levant.

No record.

Taxonomic notes.

Described from Ambukol (= Ambukohl) which belongs today to Sudan ( Abdel-Dayem et al. 2003).