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

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Entomology Inventory


CASC:INV
Sympherta obligator (Thunberg 1822)
   
Poland

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Zemiophora scutulata (Hartig 1838)
   
Poland

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Lamachus eques (Hartig 1838)
   
Poland

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Lamachus coalitorius (Thunberg 1822)
   
Poland

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Hypsantyx lituratorius (Linnaeus 1761)
   
Poland

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Hadrodactylus genalis Thomson 1883
   
Poland

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Hadrodactylus faciator (Thunberg 1822)
   
Poland

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Phaeogenes bacilliger Kriechbaumer 1891
   
Poland

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Syspasis eburnifrons (Wesmael 1844)
   
Poland

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Ctenichneumon repentinus (Gravenhorst 1820)
   
Poland

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Eutanyacra glaucatoria (Fabricius 1793)
   
Poland

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Barichneumon peregrinator (Linnaeus 1758)
   
Poland

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Mevesia arguta (Wesmael 1844)
   
Poland

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Orotylus mitis (Wesmael 1848)
   
Poland

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Goedartia alboguttata (Gravenhorst 1829)
   
Poland

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Pimpla melanacrias Perkins 1941
   
Poland

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Scambus nigricans (Thomson 1877)
   
Poland

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Endromopoda detrita (Holmgren 1860)
   
Poland

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Oxyrrhexis carbonator (Gravenhorst 1807)
   
Poland

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Acrodactyla quadrisculpta (Gravenhorst, 1820)
   
Poland

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Zatypota albicoxa (Walker 1874)
   
Poland

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Neoxorides nitens (Gravenhorst 1829)
   
Poland

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Oedemopsis scabricula (Gravenhorst 1829)
   
Poland

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Polyblastus wahlbergi Holmgren 1857
   
Poland

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Ischnocerus rusticus (Geoffroy 1785)
   
Poland

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Xorides filiformis (Gravenhorst 1829)
   
Poland

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Odynerus melanocephalus melanocephalus (Gmelin 1790)
   
Poland

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Ancistrocerus parietinus (Linnaeus 1761)
   
Poland

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Ancistrocerus parietum (Linnaeus 1758)
   
Poland

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Scambus detritus (Holmgren)
   
Poland

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Macropis fulvipes (Fabricius 1804)
   
Poland

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Bombus pyrenaeus P'©rez 1879
   
Poland

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Nomada obtusifrons Nylander 1848
   
Poland

CASC:INV
Bombus distinguendus F. Morawitz 1869
   
Poland

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Poland

CASC:INV
Anthophora furcata (Panzer 1798)
   
Poland

CASC:INV
Sphecodes miniatus von Hagens 1882
   
Poland

CASC:INV
Sphecodes pellucidus F. Smith 1845
   
Poland

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Colletes similis Schenck 1853
   
Poland

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Dasypoda argentata Panzer 1809
   
Poland

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Theronia atalantae atalantae (Poda 1761)
   
Poland

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Theronia laevigata laevigata (Tschek 1869)
   
Poland

CASC:INV
Pimpla contemplator (Muller 1776)
   
Poland

CASC:INV
Aptesis femoralis (Thomson 1883)
   
Poland

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Aptesis jejunator (Gravenhorst 1807)
   
Poland

CASC:INV
Gelis cinctus (Linnaeus 1758)
   
Poland

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Ancistrocerus trifasciatus trifasciatus (M
   
Poland

CASC:INV
   
Poland

CASC:INV
Paramyrmosa brunnipes (Lepeletier de Saint Fargeau 1845)
   
Poland

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Poland

CASC:INV
   
Poland

CASC:INV
Anthidiellum spp. (P'©rez 1890)
   
Poland

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Poland

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Andrena chrysosceles (Kirby 1802)
   
Poland

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Andrena coitana (Kirby 1802)
   
Poland

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Andrena combinata (Christ 1791)
   
Poland

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Andrena denticulata (Kirby 1802)
   
Poland

CASC:INV
Andrena fulva (Mueller 1776)
   
Poland

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Andrena fucata F. Smith 1847
   
Poland

CASC:INV
Andrena gelriae van der Vecht 1927
   
Poland

CASC:INV
Andrena intermedia Thomson 1870
   
Poland

CASC:INV
Andrena carantonica P'©rez 1902
   
Poland

CASC:INV
Andrena labialis (Kirby 1802)
   
Poland

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Andrena labiata Fabricius 1781
   
Poland

CASC:INV
Andrena minutula (Kirby 1802)
   
Poland

CASC:INV
Andrena mitis Schmiedeknecht 1883
   
Poland

CASC:INV
Andrena ruficrus Nylander 1848
   
Poland

CASC:INV
Andrena viridescens Viereck 1916
   
Poland

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Andrena subopaca Nylander 1848
   
Poland

CASC:INV
Crabro scutellatus (von Scheven 1781)
   
Poland

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Ateleute linearis Forster 1871
   
Poland

CASC:INV
Coleocentrus croceicornis (Gravenhorst 1829)
   
Poland

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Agasthenes varitarsus (Gravenhorst 1829)
   
Poland

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Gambrus carnifex (Gravenhorst 1829)
   
Poland

CASC:INV
Xylophrurus bitinctus (Gmelin 1856)
   
Poland

CASC:INV
Coelichneumon sugillatorius (Linnaeus 1758)
   
Poland

CASC:INV
Coelichneumon biannulatus (Gravenhorst 1820)
   
Poland

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Coelichneumon leucocerus (Gravenhorst 1820)
   
Poland

CASC:INV
Hypomecus quadriannulatus (Gravenhorst 1829)
   
Poland

CASC:INV
Coelichneumon fasciatus (Gmelin 1790)
   
Poland

CASC:INV
Thrybius praedator (Rossi 1792))
   
Poland

CASC:INV
Trogus lapidator (Fabricius 1787)
   
Poland

CASC:INV
Aptesis pugnax (Hartig 1838)
   
Poland

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Coelichneumon cretatus (Gravenhorst 1820)
   
Poland

CASC:INV
Coelichneumon haemorrhoidalis (Gravenhorst 1820)
   
Poland

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Coelichneumon ruficauda (Wesmael 1844)
   
Poland

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Ephiaates manifestator (Linnaeus 1758)
   
Poland

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Dolichomitus agnoscendus (Roman 1939)
   
Poland

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Dolichomitus tuberculatus (Geoffroy 1785)
   
Poland

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Dolichomitus mesocentrus (Gravenhorst 1829)
   
Poland

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Ethelurgus platygaster (Schmiedeknecht 1897)
   
Poland

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Idiolispa analis (Gravenhorst 1807)
   
Poland

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Idiolispa subalpina (Schmiedeknecht 1904)
   
Poland

CASC:INV
Neoxorides collaris (Gravenhorst 1829)
   
Poland

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Phytodietus januszi Kostro-Ambroziak 2007
   
Poland

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Podoschistus scutellaris (Desvignes 1856)
   
Poland

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Paraperithous gnathaulax (Thomson 1877)
   
Poland

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Idiolispa analis (Gravenhorst 1807)
   
Poland

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Idiolispa subalpina (Schmiedeknecht 1904)
   
Poland

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Eumenes coronatus coronatus (Panzer 1799)
   
Poland


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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.