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

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Entomology Inventory


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Anthophora plagiata (Illiger 1806)
   
Hungary

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Anthophora plumipes (Pallas 1772)
   
Hungary

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Anthophora pubescens (Fabricius 1781)
   
Hungary

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Anthophora retusa (Linnaeus 1758)
   
Hungary

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Anthophora salviae (Panzer 1805)
   
Hungary

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Eucera caspica F. Morawitz 1873
   
Hungary

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Eucera chrysopyga P'©rez 1879
   
Hungary

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Eucera cinerea Lepeletier de Saint Fargeau 1841
   
Hungary

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Eucera curvitarsis Mocs'ry 1879
   
Hungary

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Eucera hispana Lepeletier de Saint Fargeau 1841
   
Hungary

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Eucera interrupta Baer 1850
   
Hungary

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Eucera longicornis (Linnaeus 1758)
   
Hungary

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Eucera graeca Radoskowski 1876
   
Hungary

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Cubitalia parvicornis (Mocs'ry 1878)
   
Hungary

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Eucera seminuda Brull'© 1832
   
Hungary

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Apis mellifera Linnaeus 1758
   
Hungary

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Bombus humilis Illiger 1806
   
Hungary

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Bombus lapidarius (Linnaeus 1758)
   
Hungary

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Tetraloniella dentata (Germar 1839)
   
Hungary

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Eucera hungarica Friese 1896
   
Hungary

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Tetraloniella nana (F. Morawitz 1873)
   
Hungary

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Tetraloniella ruficornis (Fabricius 1804)
   
Hungary

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Tetraloniella salicariae (Lepeletier de Saint Fargeau 1841)
   
Hungary

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Ammobates oraniensis (Lepeletier de Saint Fargeau 1841)
   
Hungary

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Ammobates Latreille, 1809
   
Hungary

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Nomada alboguttata Herrich-Schaeffer 1839
   
Hungary

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Xylocopa valga Gerstaecker 1872
   
Hungary

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Nomada bifida Thomson 1872
   
Hungary

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Nomada flava Panzer 1798
   
Hungary

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Nomada fucata Panzer 1798
   
Hungary

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Nomada fulvicornis robusta F. Morawitz 1871
   
Hungary

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Nomada goodeniana (Kirby 1802)
   
Hungary

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Nomada panzeri Lepeletier de Saint Fargeau 1841
   
Hungary

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Colletes cunicularius (Linnaeus 1761)
   
Hungary

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Colletes daviesanus F. Smith 1846
   
Hungary

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Colletes fodiens Geoffrey 1785
   
Hungary

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Colletes marginatus F. Smith 1846
   
Hungary

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Colletes nasutus F. Smith 1853
   
Hungary

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Colletes punctatus Mocs'ry 1877
   
Hungary

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Hungary

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Hylaeus brevicornis Nylander 1852
   
Hungary

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Hylaeus hyalinatus hyalinatus F. Smith 1842
   
Hungary

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Hylaeus lineolatus (Schenck 1861)
   
Hungary

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Hylaeus pictipes Nylander 1852
   
Hungary

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Hylaeus signatus (Panzer 1798)
   
Hungary

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Halictus confusus perkinsi Bl
   
Hungary

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Halictus compressus (Walckenaer 1802)
   
Hungary

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Halictus kessleri Bramson 1879
   
Hungary

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Halictus leucaheneus arenosus Ebmer 1976
   
Hungary

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Halictus maculatus F. Smith 1848
   
Hungary

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Halictus patellatus taorminicus Strand 1921
   
Hungary

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Halictus pulvereus F. Morawitz 1873
   
Hungary

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Halictus rubicundus (Christ 1791)
   
Hungary

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Halictus semitectus F. Morawitz 1873
   
Hungary

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Halictus sexcinctus sexcinctus (Fabricius 1775)
   
Hungary

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Halictus subauratus (Rossi 1792)
   
Hungary

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Halictus tumulorum (Linnaeus 1758)
   
Hungary

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Lasioglossum aeratum (Kirby 1802)
   
Hungary

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Lasioglossum albipes (Fabricius 1781)
   
Hungary

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Lasioglossum calceatum (Scopoli 1763)
   
Hungary

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Lasioglossum discum (F. Smith 1853)
   
Hungary

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Lasioglossum elegans (Lepeletier de Saint Fargeau 1841)
   
Hungary

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Lasioglossum interruptum (Panzer 1798)
   
Hungary

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Sphecodes fuscipennis (Germar 1819)
   
Hungary

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Ceylalictus variegatus (Olivier 1789)
   
Hungary

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Lasioglossum leucozonium leucozonium (Schrank 1781)
   
Hungary

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Lasioglossum marginatum (Brull'© 1832)
   
Hungary

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Pseudapis diversipes (Latreille 1806)
   
Hungary

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Systropha curvicornis (Scopoli 1770)
   
Hungary

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Systropha planidens Giraud 1861
   
Hungary

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Anthidiellum strigatum (Panzer 1805)
   
Hungary

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Lasioglossum morio (Fabricius 1793)
   
Hungary

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Lasioglossum nigripes (Lepeletie de Saint Fargeau 1841)
   
Hungary

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Lasioglossum politum (Schenck 1853)
   
Hungary

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Lasioglossum politum politum (Schenck 1853)
   
Hungary

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Lasioglossum sexnotatum (Kirby 1802)
   
Hungary

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Lasioglossum sexstrigatum (Schenck 1868)
   
Hungary

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Lasioglossum subfasciatum (Imhoff 1832)
   
Hungary

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Lasioglossum tarsatum (Schenck 1867)
   
Hungary

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Lasioglossum xanthopus (Kirby 1802)
   
Hungary

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Icteranthidium laterale (Latreille 1809)
   
Hungary

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Sphex funerarius Gussakovskij 1934
   
Hungary

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Coelioxys inermis (Kirby 1802)
   
Hungary

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Tetramorium caespitum (Linnaeus 1758)
   
Hungary

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Heriades crenulatus Nylander 1856
   
Hungary

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Chelostoma florisomne (Linnaeus 1758)
   
Hungary

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Osmia aurulenta (Panzer 1799)
   
Hungary

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Hoplosmia bidentata (F. Morawitz 1876)
   
Hungary

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Osmia caerulescens (Linnaeus 1758)
   
Hungary

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Osmia cornuta Latreille 1805
   
Hungary

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Osmia niveata (Fabricius 1804)
   
Hungary

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Osmia leaiana (Kirby 1802)
   
Hungary

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Osmia notata (Fabricius 1804)
   
Hungary

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Osmia brevicornis (Fabricius 1798)
   
Hungary

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Osmia rufa (Linnaeus 1758)
   
Hungary

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Osmia rufohirta Latreille 1811
   
Hungary

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Dasypoda argentata Panzer 1809
   
Hungary

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Melitta leporina (Panzer 1799)
   
Hungary

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Dasypoda altercator (Harris 1780)
   
Hungary

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Temnothorax tuberum (Fabricius 1775)
   
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.