Chamaesphecia gorbunovi ŠPATENKA 1992, SPATENKA, 1992

Garrevoet, T., Garrevoet, W. & Özbek, H., 2007, Data on the Geographic Distribution of Sesiidae (Lepidoptera) in Turkey, Linzer biologische Beiträge 39 (2), pp. 929-953: 950

publication ID

http://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.5416926

DOI

http://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.5480239

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http://treatment.plazi.org/id/B6698798-FFF3-4733-FF2B-788DFE61FA3E

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Valdenar

scientific name

Chamaesphecia gorbunovi ŠPATENKA 1992
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Chamaesphecia gorbunovi ŠPATENKA 1992  

M a t e r i a l: A ğ rı: Hayrangöl, N39°47'22.3" E42°29'19.3", 28-07-2003. Ardahan: Yiğitkonağı, N40°56'06.2" E42°35'13.0", 28-07-2004. Artvin: Altıparmak , N40°56'32.5" E41°21'59.4", 27-07- 2005 GoogleMaps   ; Yaylalar, N40°52'26.5" E41°16'39.1", 03-08-2003. Erzurum: Bozburun , N39°59'24.8" E20°33'52.8", 25-07-2004 GoogleMaps   ; Gölyurt Geçidi , N40°20'56.0" E40°47'35.6", 22-07-2005, 23-07-2005, 11-07-2006 GoogleMaps   ; Kop Geçidi , N40°01'25.1" E40°30'41.6", 13-07-2003, 02-08-2004 GoogleMaps   ; Kop Geçidi, N40°01'13.6" E40°30'36.6", 27-07-2005 (Garrevoet W. & Vandorpe N.) GoogleMaps   ; Yukari Sivri, N40°21'08.5" E41°40'59.4", 18-07-2005 (Garrevoet W. & Vandorpe N.) GoogleMaps   ; Yumaklı , N40°14'21.0" E41°31'09.3", 12-07-2003, 17-07-2003, 30-07-2003, 12-07-2004 GoogleMaps   ; Yumaklı, N40°14'24.1" E41°31'09.9", 26-07-2005 (Garrevoet W. & Vandorpe N.). İçel: Sertavul Geçidi, N36°54'54.6" E33°16'12.4", 08-07-2003. Kars: Karakurt, 26-07-1992 (Riefenstahl H.) GoogleMaps   ; Karakurt , N40°09'09.3" E42°37'41.7", 18-07-2003 GoogleMaps   ; Sarıkamış, N40°15'22.5" E42°38'46.9", 18-07-2001, 19-07-2001. Malatya: Nemrut Dağı, N38°00'35.3" E38°45'50.4", 10-07-2005. Nev ş ehir: Göreme , N38°40'52.1" E34°51'55.7", 09-07-2002. Van: Gevaş , N38°16'29.5" E43°03'53.2", 19-07-2002, 22-07-2003, 17-07-2005, 16-07-2006, 18-07-2006 GoogleMaps   .

D i s t r i b u t i o n: Greece, Turkey (southern and eastern Anatolia), Armenia, Azerbaijan (Nakhichevan).

R e m a r k s: a common and widespread species in eastern Turkey where Scutellaria orientalis is the food plant. Recently, this species was published from Greece as new to Europe ( BARTSCH et al. 2005).