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

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Entomology Inventory


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Arachnospila spp.
   
North Korea

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Ammophila infesta F. Smith 1873
   
North Korea

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Ectemnius fossorius manchurianus Tsuneki 1976
   
North Korea

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Cerceris hortivaga Kohl 1880
   
North Korea

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Cerceris sabulosa subgibbosa Yasumatsu 1935
   
North Korea

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Dolerus asper Zaddach 1859
   
North Korea

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Microplitis pallidipes Szepligeti 1902
   
North Korea

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North Korea

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Therion circumflexum (Linnaeus 1758)
   
North Korea

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Anomaloninae undet.
   
North Korea

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North Korea

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Campsomeris prismatica (Smith 1855)
   
North Korea

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North Korea

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Cryptini undet.
   
North Korea

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Cryptinae undet.
   
North Korea

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Gregopimpla himalayensis (Cameron 1899)
   
North Korea

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Ichneumonidae undet.
   
North Korea

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Ancistrocerus oviventris oviventris (Wesmael 1836)
   
North Korea

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Vespa simillima simillima F. Smith 1868
   
North Korea

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Vespa simillima xanthoptera Cameron 1903
   
North Korea

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Vespula flaviceps flaviceps (F. Smith 1870)
   
North Korea

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Bombus ussurensis Radoszkowski 1877
   
North Korea

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Anthophora plumipes (Pallas 1772)
   
North Korea

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Bombus diversus F. Smith 1869
   
North Korea

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North Korea

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Halictus aerarius F. Smith 1873
   
North Korea

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North Korea

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Lasioglossum taeniolellum (Vachal 1903)
   
North Korea

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Ectemnius schlettereri (Kohl 1888)
   
North Korea

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Eucerini undet.
   
North Korea

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Phygadeuontini undet.
   
North Korea

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Pyrgus maculatus (Bremer & Grey, 1853)
   
North Korea

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Carterocephalus silvicola (Meigen, [1829])
   
North Korea

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Aeromachus inachus inachus (Ménétriés, 1859)
   
North Korea

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Tongeia fischeri (Eversmann, 1843)
   
North Korea

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Aphantopus hyperantus (Linnaeus, 1758)
   
North Korea

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Limenitis helmanni pryeri Moore
   
North Korea

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Hesperia florinda Butler, 1878
   
North Korea

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Amara communis (Panzer 1797)
   
North Korea

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Lucanus maculifemoratus dybowskyi Parry 1873
   
North Korea

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Lucanus formosanus Planet 1899
   
North Korea

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Melolonthinae undet.
   
North Korea

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Aphodius elegans Allibert 1847
   
North Korea

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Aphodius rectus Motschulsky
   
North Korea

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Onthophagus japonicus Harold 1874
   
North Korea

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Onthophagus solivagus Harold 1886
   
North Korea

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North Korea

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Copris sacontala Redtenbacher 1848
   
North Korea

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Gymnopleurus mopsus Pallas 1781
   
North Korea

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Sericini undet.
   
North Korea

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Serica orientalis (Motschutsky 1857)
   
North Korea

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Eubrianax ramicornis Kiesenwetter 1874
   
North Korea

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Calosoma chinensis Kirby 1818
   
North Korea

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North Korea

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Dicerca acuminata Pallas 1782
   
North Korea

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Carabus canaliculatus Adams 1812
   
North Korea

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Carabus koreanus Reitter 1895
   
North Korea

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Carabus semiopacus Reitter 1895
   
North Korea

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North Korea

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Carabus jankowskii OberthÕ_r 1883
   
North Korea

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Carabus smaragdinus Fischer von Waldheim 1823
   
North Korea

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Carabus tuberculosus Dejean 1829
   
North Korea

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Carabus latreillei Fischer von Waldheim 1822
   
North Korea

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Phyllophaga spp. Harris, 1827
   
North Korea

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Anomala sieversi Heyden 1887
   
North Korea

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Phyllopertha diversa Waterhouse 1875
   
North Korea

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Adoretus spp. Dejean, 1833
   
North Korea

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Gnorimus subopacus Motschulsky 1860
   
North Korea

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Trichius succinctus (Pallas 1781)
   
North Korea

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Cetonia magnifica (Ballou 1870)
   
North Korea

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Cetonia brevitarsis (Lewis 1879)
   
North Korea

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Cetonia lugubris (Herbst 1786)
   
North Korea

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Gametis jucunda (Faldermann 1835)
   
North Korea

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Glycophana fulvistemma Motschulsky 1860
   
North Korea

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Glycyphana incongrua Janson 1878
   
North Korea

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Protaetia famelica amurensis (Heyden 1886)
   
North Korea

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Poecilophilides rusticola (Burmeister 1842)
   
North Korea

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Cetoniinae undet.
   
North Korea

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Cicindela sachalinensis raddei Morawitz 1862
   
North Korea

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Cicindela chinensis Geer 1774
   
North Korea

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Oreodytes spp. Seidlitz, 1887
   
North Korea

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Ilybius apicalis Sharp 1873
   
North Korea

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Rhantus suturalis (MacLeay 1825)
   
North Korea

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Cicindela gemmata gemmata Faldermann 1835
   
North Korea

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Cicindela transbaicalica hamifasciata Kolbe 1886
   
North Korea

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Dineutus orientalis Modeer
   
North Korea

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Craspedodontus tibialis Schaum 1863
   
North Korea

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Agrypnus spp.
   
North Korea

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Melanotus lewisi Schenkling
   
North Korea

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Melanotus ventralis CandՌze 1860
   
North Korea

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Elateridae undet.
   
North Korea

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Scraptiidae undet.
   
North Korea

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North Korea

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Misolampidius tentyrioides Solsky 1875
   
North Korea

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Chlaenius pallipes Gebler 1823
   
North Korea

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Aclypea hexastigma (Solsky 1875)
   
North Korea

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Phosphuga atrata (Linnaeus 1758)
   
North Korea

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Harpalus chlorizans Salsky 1874
   
North Korea

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Harpalus chlorizans crates Bates 1883
   
North Korea

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Harpalus pallidipennis Morawitz 1862
   
North Korea


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