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species: Chlaenius (Agostenus) quadrisulcatus (G. Paykull, 1790)
PL
YES
name status: valid name
BioMap ID: 1002339    taxon code: 383
taxonomy checked: YES
source of names: Löbl I. et Smetana A. 2003 wykaz: O. Aleksandrowicz
Data on distribution in Poland
Chlaenius quadrisulcatus - Data on distribution in Poland - Biodiversity Map: UTM 10×10 — minimap
Statistics
  • Records: 51
  • Publications: 35
  • Collections: 1
  • Publication authors: 30
  • Illustrations (iconography): lacking
  • Photos (specimen/observation): lacking

Taxon description
Gatunek ograniczony do północno-wschodniej części Europy Środkowej oraz północno-wschodniej Europy (nie znany z Norwegii), wykazywany nadto z Syberii. O rozmieszczeniu omawianego gatunku wiemy bardzo mało, w Polsce znany ze stosunkowo nielicznych stanowisk. Zasiedla głównie szlamiste pobrzeża rzek, dlatego też liczniej znajdowany w napływkach popowodziowych, w lecie natomiast niekiedy pojedynczo spotykany na suchszych miejscach piaszczystych.

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