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Ampedus — subordinate taxa:
Taxon count: 27
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species: Ampedus (Ampedus) vandalitae Lohse, 1976
PL
YES
name status: valid name
BioMap ID: 1015182    taxon code: 5864 (2762d)
taxonomy checked: YES
source of names: Löbl I. et Smetana A. 2007 wykaz: L. Buchholz
Data on distribution in Poland
Ampedus vandalitae - Data on distribution in Poland - Biodiversity Map: UTM 10×10 — minimap
Statistics
  • Records: 11
  • Publications: 7
  • Collections: no data
  • Publication authors: 9
  • Illustrations (iconography): lacking
  • Photos (specimen/observation): lacking

Taxon description
Gatunek mało znany, podobny do pospolitego Ampedus pomorum (Herbst), stosunkowo niedawno opisany z Saksonii Dolnej; notowany dotychczas z kilku prowincji niemieckich oraz z Czech, Moraw i Słowacji. Z Polski wykazany na podstawie jednego okazu złowionego w pierwszej połowie XX wieku przez J. Kniephofa, a przechowywanego w Zoologisches Museum, Berlin. Biologia tego sprężyka nie jest poznana; postacie dojrzałe poławiano pod zmurszałą korą i w rudognijącym drewnie dębów — Quercus L. i buków — Fagus L.

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