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

Page 1, records 1-100 of 2799

Entomology Inventory


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Oxybelus quatuordecimnotatus Jurine 1807
   
Austria

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Ceropales maculata maculata (Fabricius 1775)
   
Austria

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Caliadurgus hyalinatus hyalinatus (Fabricius 1793)
   
Austria

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Dipogon bifasciatus hircanus (Fabricius 1798)
   
Austria

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Priocnemis perturbator perturbator (Harris 1780)
   
Austria

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Tiphia femorata Fabricius 1775
   
Austria

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Dibrachys spp.
   
Austria

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Torymidae undet.
   
Austria

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Mimesa equestris (Fabricius 1804)
   
Austria

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Mimesa lutaria (Fabricius 1787)
   
Austria

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Mimumesa atratina (F. Morawitz 1891)
   
Austria

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Mimumesa dahlbomi (Wesmael 1852)
   
Austria

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Mimumesa unicolor (Vander Linden 1829)
   
Austria

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Mimumesa spp.
   
Austria

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Pseneo exaratus (Eversmann 1849)
   
Austria

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Psen ater (Olivier 1792)
   
Austria

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Diodontus handlirschi Kohl 1888
   
Austria

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Diodontus luperus Shuckard 1837
   
Austria

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Diodontus major Kohl 1901
   
Austria

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Diodontus minutus (Fabricius 1793)
   
Austria

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Diodontus tristis (Vander Linden 1929)
   
Austria

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Pemphredon austriaca (Kohl 1888)
   
Austria

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Pemphredon inornata Say 1824
   
Austria

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Pemphredon lugubris (Fabricius 1793)
   
Austria

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Pemphredon lugens Dahlbom 1842
   
Austria

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Pemphredon lethifer (Shuckard 1837)
   
Austria

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Pemphredon rugifer (Dahlbom 1844)
   
Austria

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Pemphredon podagrica Chevrier 1870
   
Austria

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Passaloecus borealis Dahlbom 1844
   
Austria

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Passaloecus corniger corniger Schuckard 1837
   
Austria

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Passaloecus gracilis (Curtis 1834)
   
Austria

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Passaloecus insignis (Vander Linden 1829)
   
Austria

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Ammoplanus perrisi Giraud 1869
   
Austria

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Eurytomidae undet.
   
Austria

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Passaloecus singularis Dahlbom 1844
   
Austria

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Passaloecus spp.
   
Austria

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Stigmus solskyi A. Morawitz 1864
   
Austria

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Spilomena beata Bl΁thgen 1953
   
Austria

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Spilomena curruca (Dahlbom 1843)
   
Austria

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Spilomena mocsaryi Kohl 1898
   
Austria

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Spilomena punctatissima Bl΁thgen 1953
   
Austria

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Spilomena troglodytes (Vander Linden 1829)
   
Austria

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Astata boops boops (Schrank 1781)
   
Austria

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Astata kashmirensis Nurse 1909
   
Austria

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Astata minor Kohl 1885
   
Austria

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Argogorytes mystaceus (Linnaeus 1761)
   
Austria

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Harpactus affinis (Spinola 1808)
   
Austria

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Lestica alata (Panzer 1797)
   
Austria

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Tachysphex unicolor (Panzer 1809)
   
Austria

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Tachysphex pompiliformis (Panzer 1805)
   
Austria

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Tachysphex obscuripennis (Schenck 1857)
   
Austria

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Solierella compedita compedita (Piccioli 1869)
   
Austria

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Gorytes quinquecinctus (Fabricius 1793)
   
Austria

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Austria

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Pteromalidae undet.
   
Austria

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Gorytes fallax Handlirsch 1888
   
Austria

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Gorytes laticinctus (Lepeletier de Saint Fargeau 1832)
   
Austria

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Hoplisoides latifrons (Spinola 1808)
   
Austria

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Bembecinus tridens tridens (Fabricius 1781)
   
Austria

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Ectemnius lapidarius (Panzer 1804)
   
Austria

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Ectemnius lituratus (Panzer 1805)
   
Austria

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Ectemnius rubicola rubicola (Dufour & Perris 1840)
   
Austria

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Ectemnius ruficornis (Zetterstedt 1838)
   
Austria

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Austria

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Mellinus arvensis (Linnaeus 1758)
   
Austria

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Ectemnius borealis (Zetterstedt 1838)
   
Austria

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Ectemnius cavifrons cavifrons (Thomson 1870)
   
Austria

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Ectemnius cephalotes (Olivier 1792)
   
Austria

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Ectemnius continuus (Fabricius 1804)
   
Austria

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Didineis lunicornis (Fabricius 1798)
   
Austria

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Nysson ganglbaueri Kohl 1912
   
Austria

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Nysson spinosus (J. Forster 1771)
   
Austria

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Austria

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Harpactus exiguus (Handlirsch 1888)
   
Austria

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Crabro alpinus Imhoff 1863
   
Austria

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Crabro cribrarius (Linnaeus 1758)
   
Austria

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Rhopalum coarctatum (Scopoli 1763)
   
Austria

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Crossocerus annulipes annulipes (Lepeletier & Brull'© 1835)
   
Austria

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Cerceris hortivaga Kohl 1880
   
Austria

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Cerceris interrupta interrupta (Panzer 1799)
   
Austria

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Crossocerus assimilis (F. Smith 1856)
   
Austria

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Crossocerus binotatus Lepeletier & Brull'© 1835
   
Austria

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Crossocerus capitosus (Shuckard 1837)
   
Austria

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Crossocerus cinxius (Dahlbom 1838)
   
Austria

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Crossocerus congener (Dahlbom 1844)
   
Austria

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Crossocerus dimidiatus (Fabricius 1781)
   
Austria

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Crossocerus elongatulus (Vander Linden 1829)
   
Austria

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Crossocerus heydeni heydeni Kohl 1880
   
Austria

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Crossocerus leucostoma (Linnaeus 1758)
   
Austria

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Crossocerus megacephalus (Rossi 1790)
   
Austria

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Crossocerus nigritus (Lepeletier & Brull'© 1835)
   
Austria

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Crossocerus ovalis Lepeletier & Brull'© 1835
   
Austria

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Crossocerus quadrimaculatus (Fabricius 1793)
   
Austria

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Crossocerus styrius (Kohl 1892)
   
Austria

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Euderus spp.
   
Austria

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Cerceris arenaria arenaria (Linnaeus 1758)
   
Austria

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Cerceris quadrifasciata (Panzer 1799)
   
Austria

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Cerceris quinquefasciata quinquefasciata (Rossi 1792)
   
Austria

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Cerceris rybyensis rybyensis (Linnaeus 1771)
   
Austria

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Cerceris sabulosa sabulosa (Panzer 1799)
   
Austria


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Google Map

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Google Earth (KML)

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