Dataset: CASC-INV
Search Criteria: Greece; excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Entomology Inventory


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Sphecodes geofrellus (Kirby 1802)
   
Greece

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Ceratina callosa (Fabricius 1794)
   
Greece

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Lasioglossum laticeps hellenicum (Bl
   
Greece

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Lasioglossum lativentre (Schenck 1853)
   
Greece

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Lasioglossum leucopus (Kirby 1802)
   
Greece

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Lasioglossum leucozonium clusium (Warncke 1975)
   
Greece

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Lasioglossum leucozonium leucozonium (Schrank 1781)
   
Greece

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Lasioglossum limbelloides (Bl
   
Greece

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Lasioglossum lineare (Schenck 1868)
   
Greece

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Lasioglossum malachurum (Kirby 1802)
   
Greece

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Lasioglossum mediterraneum (Bl
   
Greece

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Systropha planidens Giraud 1861
   
Greece

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Halictidae undet.
   
Greece

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Anthidium cingulatum Latreille 1809
   
Greece

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Anthidium florentinum (Fabricius 1775)
   
Greece

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Lasioglossum montivolans (Ebmer 1970)
   
Greece

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Lasioglossum nigripes (Lepeletie de Saint Fargeau 1841)
   
Greece

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Lasioglossum nitidulum cretense (Warncke 1975)
   
Greece

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Lasioglossum obscuratum acerbum (Warncke 1975)
   
Greece

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Lasioglossum pauperatum (Brull'© 1832)
   
Greece

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Lasioglossum pauxillum (Schenck 1853)
   
Greece

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Lasioglossum perclavipes (Bl
   
Greece

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Lasioglossum podolicum podolicum (Noskiewicz 1924)
   
Greece

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Lasioglossum politum politum (Schenck 1853)
   
Greece

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Lasioglossum prasinum haemorrhoidale (Schenck 1853)
   
Greece

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Lasioglossum prunellum (Warncke 1975)
   
Greece

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Lasioglossum pseudocaspicum (Bl
   
Greece

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Lasioglossum subaenescens asiaticum (Dalla Torre 1896)
   
Greece

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Lasioglossum subfasciatum (Imhoff 1832)
   
Greece

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Anthidium manicatum (Linnaeus 1758)
   
Greece

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Rhodanthidium septemdentatum (Latreille 1809)
   
Greece

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Greece

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Anthidium loti Perris 1852
   
Greece

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Lasioglossum transitorium (Schenck 1868)
   
Greece

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Lasioglossum tricinctum (Schenck 1874)
   
Greece

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Icteranthidium grohmanni (Spinola 1838)
   
Greece

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Trachusa interrupta (Fabricius 1781)
   
Greece

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Pseudoanthidium lituratum (Panzer 1801)
   
Greece

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Pseudoanthidium melanurum (Klug 1832)
   
Greece

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Pseudoanthidium reticulatum (Mocs'ry 1884)
   
Greece

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Rhodanthidium ducale (F. Morawitz)
   
Greece

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Stelis punctulatissima (Kirby 1802)
   
Greece

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Megachile lagopoda (Linnaeus 1761)
   
Greece

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Megachile muraria (Fabricius 1798)
   
Greece

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Megachile pilidens Alfken 1923
   
Greece

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Greece

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Heriades crenulatus Nylander 1856
   
Greece

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Osmia spp. Panzer, 1806
   
Greece

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Greece

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Trypoxylon scutatum Chevrier 1867
   
Greece

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Passaloecus spp.
   
Greece

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Sphex leuconotus Brull'© 1833
   
Greece

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Tiphia caucasica Mocs'ry 1883
   
Greece

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Tiphia villosa Fabricius 1793
   
Greece

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Meria geniculata (Brull'© 1832)
   
Greece

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Tiphia femorata Fabricius 1775
   
Greece

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Agenioideus excisus (F. Morawitz 1890)
   
Greece

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Aporinellus moestus (Klug 1834)
   
Greece

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Ceropales cribratus Costa 1881
   
Greece

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Cryptocheilus confinus Haupt 1927
   
Greece

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Dicyrtomellus argenteus Wahis 1982
   
Greece

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Entomobora vomeriventris (Costa 1881)
   
Greece

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Eoferreola manticata (Pallas 1771)
   
Greece

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Episyron gallicum (Tournier 1889)
   
Greece

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Evagetes trispinosus (Kohl 1886)
   
Greece

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Anoplius infuscatus (Vander Linden 1827)
   
Greece

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Aporinellus sexmaculatus sexmaculatus (Spinola 1805)
   
Greece

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Auplopus rectus rectus (Haupt 1926)
   
Greece

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Batozonellus lacerticida lacerticida (Pallas 1771)
   
Greece

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Cryptocheilus ichneumonoides (A. Costa 1886)
   
Greece

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Cryptocheilus octomaculatus (Rossius 1790)
   
Greece

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Pompilus cinereus (Fabricius 1775)
   
Greece

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Paramyrmosa brunnipes (Lepeletier de Saint Fargeau 1845)
   
Greece

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Myrmilla corniculata (Sichel & Radoszkowski 1869)
   
Greece

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Myrmilla glabrata (Fabricius 1775)
   
Greece

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Myrmilla mutica (Andre 1903)
   
Greece

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Platymyrmilla quinquefasciata (Olivier 1811)
   
Greece, Crete

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Ronisia brutia (Petagna 1787)
   
Greece

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Ctenotilla caeca (Radoszkowski 1879)
   
Greece

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Dentilla curtiventris (Andre 1901)
   
Greece

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Smicromyrme ruficollis (Fabricius 1793)
   
Greece

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Mutilla quinquemaculata Cyrillo 1787
   
Greece, Crete

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Dasypoda visnaga (Rossi 1790)
   
Greece

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Anthophora aestivalis (Panzer 1801)
   
Greece

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Anthophora agama Radoszkowski 1869
   
Greece

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Eucera eucnemidea Dours 1873
   
Greece

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Orussus abietinus (Scopoli 1763)
   
Greece

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Mocsarya syriaca Benson 1936
   
Greece

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Sapyga quinquepunctata (Fabricius 1781)
   
Greece

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Celonites abbreviatus abbreviatus (Villers 1789)
   
Greece

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Polistes associus Kohl 1898
   
Greece

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Polistes dominulus (Christ 1791)
   
Greece

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Vespula rufa (Linnaeus 1758)
   
Greece

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Vespa orientalis Linnaeus 1771
   
Greece

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Ancistrocerus auctus auctus (Fabricius 1793)
   
Greece

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Adleria gallaetinctoriae (Olivier 1791)
   
Greece

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Andricus glandium Giraud 1859
   
Greece

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Antistrophus salviae (Giraud 1859)
   
Greece

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Callirhytis glandulosa Weld 1939
   
Greece

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Greece


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Google Map

Google Maps is a web mapping service provided by Google that features a map that users can pan (by dragging the mouse) and zoom (by using the mouse wheel). Collection points are displayed as colored markers that when clicked on, displays the full information for that collection. When multiple species are queried (separated by semi-colons), different colored markers denote each individual species.

Google Earth (KML)

This creates an KML file that can be opened in the Google Earth mapping application. Note that you must have Google Earth installed on your computer to make use of this option.