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

Page 1, records 1-100 of 2050

Entomology Inventory


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Stigmus pendulus Panzer 1804
   
Switzerland

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Stigmus solskyi A. Morawitz 1864
   
Switzerland

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Switzerland

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Ctenopelmatinae undet.
   
Switzerland

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Ponera spp. Latreille, 1804
   
Switzerland

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Switzerland

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Bombus sichelii Radoszkowski 1859
   
Switzerland

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Tiphia femorata Fabricius 1775
   
Switzerland

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Switzerland

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Cerceris spp. Latreille, 1802
   
Switzerland

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Haltichella rufipes (Olivier 1790)
   
Switzerland

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Switzerland

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Brachymeria minuta (Linnaeus 1767)
   
Switzerland

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Calosota spp.
   
Switzerland

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Rhicnocoelia spp.
   
Switzerland

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Coelopisthia spp.
   
Switzerland

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Homoporus spp.
   
Switzerland

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Asaphes spp.
   
Switzerland

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Switzerland

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Mesopolobus spp.
   
Switzerland

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Metacolus fasciatus Girault 1917
   
Switzerland

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Pteromalidae undet.
   
Switzerland

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Pteromalus spp.
   
Switzerland

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Diodontus handlirschi Kohl 1888
   
Switzerland

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Diodontus luperus Shuckard 1837
   
Switzerland

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Pemphredon inornata Say 1824
   
Switzerland

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Pemphredon lugubris (Fabricius 1793)
   
Switzerland

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Pemphredon lethifer (Shuckard 1837)
   
Switzerland

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Pemphredon morio Vander Linden 1829
   
Switzerland

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Passaloecus monilicornis Dahlbom 1842
   
Switzerland

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Eurytomidae undet.
   
Switzerland

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Passaloecus singularis Dahlbom 1844
   
Switzerland

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Passaloecus spp.
   
Switzerland

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Spilomena beata Bl΁thgen 1953
   
Switzerland

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Spilomena curruca (Dahlbom 1843)
   
Switzerland

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Spilomena troglodytes (Vander Linden 1829)
   
Switzerland

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Astata boops boops (Schrank 1781)
   
Switzerland

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Argogorytes mystaceus (Linnaeus 1761)
   
Switzerland

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Ectemnius sexcinctus (Fabricius 1775)
   
Switzerland

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Switzerland

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Lestica clypeata (Schreber 1759)
   
Switzerland

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Switzerland

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Dryudella femoralis (Mocs'ry 1877)
   
Switzerland

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Dryudella freygessneri (Carl 1920)
   
Switzerland

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Tachysphex tarsinus (Lepeletier de Saint Fargeau 1845)
   
Switzerland

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Tachysphex unicolor (Panzer 1809)
   
Switzerland

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Tachytes obsoletus obsoletus (Rossi 1792)
   
Switzerland

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Tachysphex pompiliformis (Panzer 1805)
   
Switzerland

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Tachysphex brullii brullii (F. Smith 1856)
   
Switzerland

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Tachysphex obscuripennis (Schenck 1857)
   
Switzerland

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Switzerland

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Gorytes quadrifasciatus (Fabricius 1804)
   
Switzerland

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Gorytes quinquecinctus (Fabricius 1793)
   
Switzerland

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Gorytes schlettereri schlettereri Handlirsch 1893
   
Switzerland

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Switzerland

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Nitela borealis Valkeila 1974
   
Switzerland

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Bembix tarsata Latreille 1809
   
Switzerland

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Ectemnius lapidarius (Panzer 1804)
   
Switzerland

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Ectemnius lituratus (Panzer 1805)
   
Switzerland

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Ectemnius ruficornis (Zetterstedt 1838)
   
Switzerland

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Lestica subterranea (Fabricius 1775)
   
Switzerland

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Mellinus arvensis (Linnaeus 1758)
   
Switzerland

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Ectemnius borealis (Zetterstedt 1838)
   
Switzerland

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Ectemnius continuus (Fabricius 1804)
   
Switzerland

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Ectemnius dives (Lepeletier de Saint Fargeau & Brull'© 1835)
   
Switzerland

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Nysson ganglbaueri Kohl 1912
   
Switzerland

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Nysson tridens Gerstaecker 1867
   
Switzerland

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Harpactus tumidus (Panzer 1801)
   
Switzerland

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Crabro alpinus Imhoff 1863
   
Switzerland

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Crabro cribrarius (Linnaeus 1758)
   
Switzerland

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Crabro peltatus Fabricius 1793
   
Switzerland

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Ectemnius guttatus (Vander Linden 1829)
   
Switzerland

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Switzerland

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

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Crossocerus elongatulus (Vander Linden 1829)
   
Switzerland

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Crossocerus exiguus (Vander Linden 1829)
   
Switzerland

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Crossocerus podagricus (Vander Linden 1829)
   
Switzerland

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Crossocerus quadrimaculatus (Fabricius 1793)
   
Switzerland

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Crossocerus varus Lepeletier & Brull'© 1835
   
Switzerland

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Crossocerus wesmaeli (Vander Linden 1829)
   
Switzerland

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Cerceris arenaria arenaria (Linnaeus 1758)
   
Switzerland

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Trachusa byssina (Panzer 1798)
   
Switzerland

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Cerceris quinquefasciata quinquefasciata (Rossi 1792)
   
Switzerland

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Cerceris ruficornis ruficornis (Fabricius 1793)
   
Switzerland

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Cerceris rybyensis rybyensis (Linnaeus 1771)
   
Switzerland

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Entomognathus brevis (Vander Linden 1829)
   
Switzerland

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Lindenius albilabris (Fabricius 1793)
   
Switzerland

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Lindenius subaeneus Lepeletier & Brull'© 1835
   
Switzerland

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Psenulus pallipes pallipes (Panzer 1798)
   
Switzerland

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Switzerland

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Podalonia affinis (W. Kirby 1798)
   
Switzerland

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Podalonia alpina (Kohl 1888)
   
Switzerland

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Ammophila campestris Latreille 1809
   
Switzerland

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Ammophila heydeni Dahlbom 1843
   
Switzerland

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Switzerland

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Ammophila terminata F. Smith 1856
   
Switzerland

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Ammophila spp. W. Kirby, 1798
   
Switzerland

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Switzerland

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Switzerland

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Switzerland


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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.