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

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Entomology Inventory


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Macrophya postica (Brull'© 1832)
   
Hungary

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Macrophya punctumalbum (Linnaeus 1767)
   
Hungary

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Macrophya rufipes (Linnaeus 1758)
   
Hungary

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Macrophya rustica (Linnaeus 1758)
   
Hungary

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Pachyprotasis rapae (Linnaeus 1767)
   
Hungary

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Rhogogaster viridis (Linnaeus 1758)
   
Hungary

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Tenthredopsis hungarica Klug 1814
   
Hungary

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Tenthredopsis nassata (Linnaeus 1767)
   
Hungary

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Tenthredopsis sordida (Klug 1814)
   
Hungary

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Megalodontes plagiocephala (Fabricius 1804)
   
Hungary

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Cephus pygmaeus (Linnaeus 1767)
   
Hungary

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Xiphydria prolongata (Geoffroy 1785)
   
Hungary

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Braunsia rufipes Nees 1814
   
Hungary

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Cremnops desertor (Linnaeus 1758)
   
Hungary

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Bracon anthracinus Nees 1834
   
Hungary

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Bracon obscurator Nees 1811
   
Hungary

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Bracon osculator Nees 1811
   
Hungary

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Pigeria piger (Wesmael 1838)
   
Hungary

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Bracon stschegolevi (Telenga 1933)
   
Hungary

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Coeloides sordidator (Ratzeburg 1844)
   
Hungary

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Glabriolum inscriptor (Nees 1834)
   
Hungary

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Iphiaulax impostor (Scopoli 1763)
   
Hungary

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Isomecus intermedius (Szepligeti 1896)
   
Hungary

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Isomecus nominator (Fabricius 1787)
   
Hungary

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Ascogaster rufipes (Latreille 1809)
   
Hungary

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Chelonus inanita (Linnaeus 1767)
   
Hungary

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Chelonus oculator (Panzer 1779)
   
Hungary

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Chelonus submuticus Wesmael 1835
   
Hungary

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Phanerotoma planifrons (Nees 1816)
   
Hungary

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Doryctes longicaudis (Giraud 1857)
   
Hungary

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Doryctes undulatus (Ratzeburg 1852)
   
Hungary

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Spathius erythrocephalus Wesmael 1838
   
Hungary

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Gnamptodon pumilio (Nees 1834)
   
Hungary

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Eubazus atricornis (Ratzeburg 1848)
   
Hungary

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Eubazus pallipes Nees 1814
   
Hungary

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Foersteria laeviuscula Szepligeti 1896
   
Hungary

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Polydegmon marshalli Szepligeti 1896
   
Hungary

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Polydegmon sinuatus F
   
Hungary

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Chremylus elaphus Haliday 1833
   
Hungary

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Hormius moniliatus (Nees 1811)
   
Hungary

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Rhysipolis caudatus (Thomson 1891)
   
Hungary

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Meteorus leviventris (Wesmael 1835)
   
Hungary

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Apanteles ater (Ratzeburg 1852)
   
Hungary

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Microplitis mandibularis Thomson 1895
   
Hungary

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Aleiodes bicolor (Spinola 1808)
   
Hungary

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Hungary

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Aleiodes gastritor (Thunberg 1822)
   
Hungary

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Rogas ductor (Thunberg 1822)
   
Hungary

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Hungary

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Phaenolobus saltans (Gravenhorst 1829)
   
Hungary

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Anomalon foliator (Fabricius 1798)
   
Hungary

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Aphanistes armatus (Wesmael 1849)
   
Hungary

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Aphanistes bellicosus (Wesmael 1849)
   
Hungary

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Heteropelma megarthrum (Ratzeburg 1848)
   
Hungary

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Lissonota commixta Holmgren 1860
   
Hungary

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Lissonota insignita Gravenhorst 1829
   
Hungary

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Lissonota lineata Gravenhorst 1829
   
Hungary

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Lissonota parallela Gravenhorst 1829
   
Hungary

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Banchus falcatorius (Fabricius 1775)
   
Hungary

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Exetastes femorator (Desvignes 1856)
   
Hungary

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Exetastes inquisitor Gravenhorst 1829
   
Hungary

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Glypta mensurator (Fabricius 1775)
   
Hungary

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Diadegma fenestrale (Holmgren 1860)
   
Hungary

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Hyposoter notatus (Gravenhorst 1829)
   
Hungary

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Meloboris crassicornis (Gravenhorst 1829)
   
Hungary

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Olesicampe retusa (Thomson 1887)
   
Hungary

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Sinophorus fuscicarpus (Thomson 1887)
   
Hungary

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Collyria coxator (Villers 1789)
   
Hungary

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Heterischnus truncator (Fabricius 1798)
   
Hungary

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Telostegus inermis (Brull'© 1832)
   
Hungary

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Tiphia ruficornis (Klug 1810)
   
Hungary

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Tiphia semipolita Tournier 1889
   
Hungary

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Polistes biglumis (Linnaeus 1758)
   
Hungary

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Colpa interrupta (Fabricius 1781)
   
Hungary

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Colpa quinquecincta (Fabricius 1793)
   
Hungary

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Colpa sexmaculata (Fabricius 1781)
   
Hungary

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Megascolia maculata maculata (Fabricius 1787)
   
Hungary

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Scolia hirta (Schrank 1781)
   
Hungary

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Scolia quadricincta (Provancher 1888)
   
Hungary

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Scolia quadripunctata Fabricius 1775
   
Hungary

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Polistes dominulus (Christ 1791)
   
Hungary

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Meria cylindrica (Fabricius 1793)
   
Hungary

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Dolichovespula media media (Retzius 1783)
   
Hungary

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Dolichovespula sylvestris sylvestris (Scopoli 1763)
   
Hungary

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Myzinum tripunctatum (Rossi 1790)
   
Hungary

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Vespula vulgaris (Linnaeus 1758)
   
Hungary

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Ronisia brutia (Petagna 1787)
   
Hungary

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Physetopoda halensis (Fabricius 1787)
   
Hungary

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Formica rufa Linnaeus 1758
   
Hungary

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Homaspis subalpinus Schmiedeknecht 1913
   
Hungary

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Andrena fulvago (Christ 1791)
   
Hungary

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Perilissus filicornis (Gravenhorst 1820)
   
Hungary

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Pion fortipes (Gravenhorst 1829)
   
Hungary

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Diplazon laetatorius (Fabricius 1781)
   
Hungary

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Eutanyacra picta (Schrank 1776)
   
Hungary

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Ichneumon sarcitorius sarcitorius Linnaeus 1758
   
Hungary

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Ichneumon stramentarius Gravenhorst 1820
   
Hungary

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Limerodops subsericans (Gravenhorst 1820)
   
Hungary

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Patroclus sputator (Fabricius 1793)
   
Hungary

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Triptognathus atripes (Gravenhorst 1820)
   
Hungary


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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.