Agrilus ribbei Kiesenwetter, 1879

Jendek, Eduard & Nakládal, Oto, 2019, Taxonomic, distributional and biological study of the genus Agrilus (Coleoptera: Buprestidae). Part II, Zootaxa 4554 (2), pp. 401-459: 440

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https://doi.org/10.11646/zootaxa.4554.2.5

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lsid:zoobank.org:pub:C34AC0B9-7D42-456A-9FC3-65A336FCFFED

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http://treatment.plazi.org/id/A60A8D53-253A-FFB8-98A4-78D2FC4F8E6C

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Plazi

scientific name

Agrilus ribbei Kiesenwetter, 1879
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Agrilus ribbei Kiesenwetter, 1879  

( Fig. 3A View FIGURES 3 )

Examined specimens. CHINA. Beijing. Xiaolongmen Nat. Park ; 39°57'53"N, 115°26'07"E; 6-2016; alt. 1000– 1300 m; Adult host: Quercus   ; 57 (EJCB). GoogleMaps   Jilin. Dashi, 40 km SE Jilin city; 43°33'46"N, 126°51'E; 6-2017; alt. 350 m; Adult host: Quercus   ; 200 ( EJCB) GoogleMaps   // Erdaobaihe, 200 km SE Jilin city; 42°25'17"N, 128°04'38"E; 6-2017; alt. 700 m; Larval host: Quercus   ; 5 ( EJCB) GoogleMaps   // Jiaohe env., 95 km NEE Jilin ; 43°57'N, 127°42'E; 6, 7-2017; alt. 400–600 m; 1 ( EJCB) GoogleMaps   // Jiaohe, Pingdigoucun env.; 43°57'35"N, 127°41'38"E; 6, 7-2015; 11 ( BUJC) GoogleMaps   . Shaanxi. 3.5km NW Changping; 33°25'58"N, 108°23'14"E; 6-2016; alt. 1700 m; 4 ( EJCB) GoogleMaps   . Sichuan. 10 km W Juzhaigou ; 33°18'53"N, 103°58'16"E; 7-2012; 2 ( EJCB) GoogleMaps   . RUSSIA. Khabarovsk. Khabarovsk; 48°27'27"N, 135°07'19"E; 5-2008; 1 ( MKCY) GoogleMaps   . Primorye. 30–35km SE Ussuriysk, Kaymanovka vill.; 43°37'53"N, 132°13'42"E; 6-2008; 11 ( MKCY) GoogleMaps   / / 70km E Vladivostok , 0–6 km S Anisimovka vill.; 43°09'04"N, 132°46'55"E; 6-2008; alt. 260–550 m; 5 ( MKCY) GoogleMaps   . SOUTH KOREA. Chungcheongbuk-do, Dangdong-ri; 36°55'49"N, 128°22'42"E; 6-2018; alt. 463 m; 2 ( RAPC) GoogleMaps   .

Host plant cited. Larval: Quercus   . Adult: Quercus   .

Remarks. In China: Jilin (Erdaobaihe) ( Fig. 3A View FIGURES 3 ), the species was observed ovipositing in trunks of young planted Quercus   , together with A. smaragdinus   and A. cyaneoniger   .