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

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Entomology Inventory


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Germany

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Germany

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Mutilla europaea Linnaeus 1758
   
Germany

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Smicromyrme rufipes (Fabricius 1787)
   
Germany

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Ceropales maculata maculata (Fabricius 1775)
   
Germany

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Ceropales variegata (Fabricius 1798)
   
Germany

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Auplopus carbonarius (Scopoli 1763)
   
Germany

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Caliadurgus hyalinatus hyalinatus (Fabricius 1793)
   
Germany

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Cryptocheilus fabriicii fabricii (Vander Linden 1827)
   
Germany

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Cryptocheilus notata affinis (Rossius 1792)
   
Germany

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Cryptocheilus variegata (Fabricius 1798)
   
Germany

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Cryptocheilus versicolor versicolor (Scopoli 1763)
   
Germany

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Dipogon bifasciatus hircanus (Fabricius 1798)
   
Germany

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Dipogon nitidus (Haupt 1927)
   
Germany

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Dipogon subintermedius (Magretti 1886)
   
Germany

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Priocnemis agilis (Schuckard 1837)
   
Germany

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Priocnemis agilis obtusiventris Schioedte 1837
   
Germany

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Priocnemis cordivalvata Haupt 1926
   
Germany

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Priocnemis coriacea Dahlbom 1843
   
Germany

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Priocnemis exaltata exaltata (Fabricius 1775)
   
Germany

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Priocnemis fennica Haupt 1927
   
Germany

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Priocnemis gracilis Haupt 1927
   
Germany

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Priocnemis hankoi Moczar 1944
   
Germany

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Priocnemis hyalinata femoralis (Dahlbom 1829)
   
Germany

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Priocnemis hyalinata hyalinata (Fabricius 1793)
   
Germany

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Priocnemis mimula mimula Wesmael 1851
   
Germany

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Priocnemis minuta minuta Vander Linden 1827
   
Germany

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Priocnemis parvula parvula Dahlbom 1845
   
Germany

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Priocnemis perturbator perturbator (Harris 1780)
   
Germany

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Priocnemis pusilla pusilla Schioedte 1837
   
Germany

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Priocnemis schioedtei schioedtei Haupt 1927
   
Germany

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Priocnemis susterai Haupt 1927
   
Germany

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Germany

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Agenioideus cinctellus (Spinola 1808)
   
Germany

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Agenioideus sericeus (Vander Linden 1827)
   
Germany

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Anoplius caviventris (Aurivillius 1907)
   
Germany

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Anoplius concinnus (Dahlbom 1845)
   
Germany

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Anoplius infuscatus (Vander Linden 1827)
   
Germany

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Anoplius infuscatus infuscatus (Vander Linden 1827)
   
Germany

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Anoplius nigerrimus (Scopoli 1763)
   
Germany

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Anoplius viaticus viaticus (Linnaeus 1758)
   
Germany

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Evagetes pectinipes pectinipes (Linnaeus 1758)
   
Germany

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Evagetes pilosellus (Wesmael 1851)
   
Germany

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Evagetes proximus (Dahlbom 1843)
   
Germany

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Homonotus sanguinolentus (Fabricius 1793)
   
Germany

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Pompilus cinereus cinereus (Fabricius 1775)
   
Germany

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Pompilus cinereus plumbeus (Fabricius 1787)
   
Germany

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Aporus unicolor femoralis (Vander Linden 1827)
   
Germany

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Aporus unicolor unicolor (Spinola 1808)
   
Germany

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Arachnospila anceps anceps (Wesmael 1851)
   
Germany

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Arachnospila consobrina consobrina (Dahlbom 1843)
   
Germany

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Arachnospila fuscomarginata (Thomson 1870)
   
Germany

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Arachnospila minutula minutula (Dahlbom 1842)
   
Germany

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Arachnospila rufa rufa (Haupt 1927)
   
Germany

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Arachnospila spissa (Schioedte 1837)
   
Germany

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Arachnospila trivialis trivialis (Dahlbom 1843)
   
Germany

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Arachnospila wesmaeli (Thomson 1870)
   
Germany

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Batozonellus lacerticida lacerticida (Pallas 1771)
   
Germany

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Eoferreola rhombica (Christ 1791)
   
Germany

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Episyron albonotatus albonotatus (Vander Linden 1827)
   
Germany

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Episyron rufipes (Linnaeus 1758)
   
Germany

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Evagetes crassicornis crassicornis (Shuckard 1837)
   
Germany

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Evagetes dubius (Vander Linden 1827)
   
Germany

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Oxybelus uniglumis (Linnaeus 1758)
   
Germany

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Chalcis myrifex (Sulzer 1776)
   
Germany

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Brachymeria spp.
   
Germany

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Monodontomerus spp.
   
Germany

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Torymus bedeguaris (Linnaeus 1758)
   
Germany

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Germany

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Mimesa bicolor (Jurine 1807)
   
Germany

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Mimesa bruxellensis Bondroit 1934
   
Germany

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Mimesa equestris (Fabricius 1804)
   
Germany

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Mimesa lutaria (Fabricius 1787)
   
Germany

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Mimumesa atratina (F. Morawitz 1891)
   
Germany

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Mimumesa dahlbomi (Wesmael 1852)
   
Germany

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Mimumesa littoralis (Bondroit 1934)
   
Germany

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Psychophagus omnivorus (Walker 1835)
   
Germany

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Stenomalina spp.
   
Germany

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Diodontus tristis (Vander Linden 1929)
   
Germany

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Pemphredon clypealis Thomson 1870
   
Germany

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Pemphredon lugubris (Fabricius 1793)
   
Germany

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Pemphredon lethifer (Shuckard 1837)
   
Germany

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Pemphredon rugifer (Dahlbom 1844)
   
Germany

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Pemphredon morio Vander Linden 1829
   
Germany

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Passaloecus brevilabris Wolf 1958
   
Germany

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Passaloecus clypealis Faester 1947
   
Germany

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Passaloecus corniger corniger Schuckard 1837
   
Germany

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Passaloecus eremita Kohl 1893
   
Germany

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Passaloecus monilicornis Dahlbom 1842
   
Germany

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Spilomena enslini Bl
   
Germany

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Ectemnius sexcinctus (Fabricius 1775)
   
Germany

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Germany

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Lestica alata (Panzer 1797)
   
Germany

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Dryudella stigma (Panzer 1809)
   
Germany

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Dinetus pictus (Fabricius 1793)
   
Germany

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Tachysphex tarsinus (Lepeletier de Saint Fargeau 1845)
   
Germany

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Tachysphex fulvitarsis (A. Costa 1867)
   
Germany

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Tachysphex nitidus (Spinola 1805)
   
Germany

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Tachysphex pompiliformis (Panzer 1805)
   
Germany

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Tachysphex psammobius (Kohl 1880)
   
Germany


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Google Map

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Google Earth (KML)

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