Biodiversity Map
Taxa
Eusphalerum — subordinate taxa:
Taxon count: 19
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species: Anthobium puncticeps Luze, 1910
PL
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name status: synonym
BioMap ID: 1044716   
taxonomy checked: YES
source of names: Löbl I. et Smetana A. 2004 wykaz: A. Melke
Data on distribution in Poland
Anthobium puncticeps - Data on distribution in Poland - Biodiversity Map: UTM 10×10 — minimap
Statistics
  • Records: 19
  • Publications: 16
  • Collections: 1
  • Publication authors: 15
  • Illustrations (iconography): lacking
  • Photos (specimen/observation): lacking

Taxon description
Gatunek rozmieszczony w zachodniej i środkowej Europie oraz w zachodniej części północnej Afryki, notowany również z południowej Szwecji i Finlandii. W Polsce chrząszcz nadzwyczaj rzadko spotykany, znaleziony przed przeszło stu laty i dlatego występowanie u nas wymaga potwierdzenia nowymi materiałami. Warunki środowiskowe słabo poznane, poławiany na żarnowcu miotlastym — Sarothamnus scoparius (L.) Wimm.

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