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

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Entomology Inventory


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Harpactus elegans (Lepeletier de Saint Fargeau 1832)
   
Hungary

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Harpactus laevis laevis (Latreille 1792)
   
Hungary

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Harpactus morawitzi Radoszkowski 1884
   
Hungary

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Crabro cribrarius (Linnaeus 1758)
   
Hungary

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Crabro peltarius (Schreber 1784)
   
Hungary

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Rhopalum gracile Wesmael 1852
   
Hungary

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Cerceris hortivaga Kohl 1880
   
Hungary

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Cerceris interrupta interrupta (Panzer 1799)
   
Hungary

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Crossocerus assimilis (F. Smith 1856)
   
Hungary

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Crossocerus elongatulus (Vander Linden 1829)
   
Hungary

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Crossocerus exiguus (Vander Linden 1829)
   
Hungary

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Crossocerus palmipes (Linnaeus 1767)
   
Hungary

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Crossocerus quadrimaculatus (Fabricius 1793)
   
Hungary

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Crossocerus tarsatus (Shuckard 1837)
   
Hungary

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Sympiesis gordius (Walker 1839)
   
Hungary

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Sympiesis sandanis (Walker 1839)
   
Hungary

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Sympiesis sericeicornis (Nees 1834)
   
Hungary

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Crossocerus wesmaeli (Vander Linden 1829)
   
Hungary

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Aulogymnus trilineatus (Mayr 1877)
   
Hungary

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Cirrospilus pulcher Masi 1911
   
Hungary

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Euplectrus bicolor (Swederus 1795)
   
Hungary

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Hemiptarsenus unguicellus (Zetterstedt 1838)
   
Hungary

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Baryscapus galactopus (Ratzeburg 1844)
   
Hungary

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Cerceris bracteata Eversmann 1849
   
Hungary

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Cerceris circularis (Fabricius 1804)
   
Hungary

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Cerceris albofasciata (Rossi 1790)
   
Hungary

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Cerceris arenaria arenaria (Linnaeus 1758)
   
Hungary

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Cerceris quadrifasciata (Panzer 1799)
   
Hungary

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Cerceris rubida rubida (Jurine 1807)
   
Hungary

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Cerceris ruficornis ruficornis (Fabricius 1793)
   
Hungary

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Cerceris sabulosa sabulosa (Panzer 1799)
   
Hungary

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Cerceris spp. Latreille, 1802
   
Hungary

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Philanthus coronatus coronatus (Thunberg 1784)
   
Hungary

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Philanthus venustus (Rossi 1790)
   
Hungary

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Philanthus triangulum (Fabricius 1775)
   
Hungary

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Bembix megerlei Dahlbom 1845
   
Hungary

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Bembix oculata Panzer 1801
   
Hungary

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Bembix rostrata (Linnaeus 1758)
   
Hungary

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Hungary

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Entomognathus brevis (Vander Linden 1829)
   
Hungary

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Entomognathus dentifer (Noskiewicz 1929)
   
Hungary

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Lindenius albilabris (Fabricius 1793)
   
Hungary

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Lindenius laevis A. Costa 1867
   
Hungary

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Lindenius panzeri (Vander Linden 1829)
   
Hungary

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Lindenius parkanensis Zavadil 1948
   
Hungary

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Lindenius pygmaeus armatus (Vander Linden 1829)
   
Hungary

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Psenulus pallipes pallipes (Panzer 1798)
   
Hungary

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Psenulus schencki (Tournier 1889)
   
Hungary

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Podalonia affinis (W. Kirby 1798)
   
Hungary

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Podalonia hirsuta (Scopoli 1763)
   
Hungary

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Podalonia luffi (E. Saunders 1903)
   
Hungary

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Ammophila campestris Latreille 1809
   
Hungary

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Ammophila heydeni Dahlbom 1843
   
Hungary

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Palmodes occitanicus occitanicus (Lepeletier de Saint Fargeau & Serville 1828)
   
Hungary

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Prionyx kirbii (Vander Linden 1827)
   
Hungary

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Hungary

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Ammophila terminata F. Smith 1856
   
Hungary

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Ammophila spp. W. Kirby, 1798
   
Hungary

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Oxybelus argentatus Curtis 1833
   
Hungary

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Oxybelus aurantiacus Mocs'ry 1883
   
Hungary

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Oxybelus bipunctatus bipunctatus Olivier 1812
   
Hungary

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Oxybelus dissectus Dahlbom 1845
   
Hungary

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Oxybelus haemorrhoidalis Olivier 1812
   
Hungary

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Oxybelus latidens Gerstaecker 1867
   
Hungary

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Oxybelus latro Olivier 1812
   
Hungary

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Oxybelus lineatus (Fabricius 1787)
   
Hungary

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Oxybelus mandibularis Dahlbom 1845
   
Hungary

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Oxybelus quatuordecimnotatus Jurine 1807
   
Hungary

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Trypoxylon clavicerum Lepeletier de Saint Fargeau & Audinet-Serville 1828
   
Hungary

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Trypoxylon deceptorium Antropov 1991
   
Hungary

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Trypoxylon figulus (Linnaeus 1758)
   
Hungary

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Arge berberidis Schrank 1802
   
Hungary

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Arge cyaneocrocea (F
   
Hungary

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Arge melanochroa (Gmelin 1790)
   
Hungary

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Arge ochropus (Gmelin 1790)
   
Hungary

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Arge pagana (Panzer 1798)
   
Hungary

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Sterictiphora furcata (Villers 1789)
   
Hungary

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Amasis crassicornis (Rossi 1790)
   
Hungary

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Pseudoclavellaria amerinae (Linnaeus 1758)
   
Hungary

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Zaraea nitens (Linnaeus 1758)
   
Hungary

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Diprion hortensis (Hartig 1837)
   
Hungary

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Diprion pallidus (Klug 1812)
   
Hungary

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Diprion pini (Linnaeus 1758)
   
Hungary

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Neodiprion sertifer (Geoffrey 1785)
   
Hungary

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Allantus costatus (Klug 1814)
   
Hungary

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Athalia annulata (Fabricius 1787)
   
Hungary

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Athalia circularis (Klug 1815)
   
Hungary

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Athalia glabricollis Thomson 1870
   
Hungary

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Athalia liberta (Klug 1813)
   
Hungary

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Athalia rosae (Linnaeus 1758)
   
Hungary

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Eutomostethus ephippium (Panzer 1798)
   
Hungary

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Croesus latipes (Villaret 1832)
   
Hungary

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Hoplocampa minuta (Thomson 1888)
   
Hungary

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Pristophora pallidiventris (Fallen 1808)
   
Hungary

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Trichiocampus viminalis (Fallen 1808)
   
Hungary

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Dolerus anticus (Klug 1814)
   
Hungary

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Dolerus asper Zaddach 1859
   
Hungary

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Dolerus pratensis (Linnaeus 1758)
   
Hungary

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Dolerus uliginosus (Klug 1814)
   
Hungary

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Macrophya albicincta (Schrank 1776)
   
Hungary


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Google Map

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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.