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

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Entomology Inventory


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Sphecodes hyalinatus von Hagens 1882
   
United Kingdom

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Mimesa bruxellensis Bondroit 1934
   
United Kingdom

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Ceropales maculata maculata (Fabricius 1775)
   
United Kingdom

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Priocnemis exaltata exaltata (Fabricius 1775)
   
United Kingdom

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Pompilus viaticus (Linnaeus 1758)
   
United Kingdom

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Gastrancistrus spp.
   
United Kingdom

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Halticoptera spp.
   
United Kingdom

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Lamprotatus spp.
   
United Kingdom

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Miscogaster spp.
   
United Kingdom

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Ormocerus spp.
   
United Kingdom

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Seladerma spp.
   
United Kingdom

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Torymidae undet.
   
United Kingdom

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United Kingdom

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Mesopolobus spp.
   
United Kingdom

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Pteromalidae undet.
   
United Kingdom

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Mimesa equestris (Fabricius 1804)
   
United Kingdom

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Trichomalus spp.
   
United Kingdom

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Diodontus tristis (Vander Linden 1929)
   
United Kingdom

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Pemphredon lugubris (Fabricius 1793)
   
United Kingdom

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Spilomena troglodytes (Vander Linden 1829)
   
United Kingdom

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Astata boops boops (Schrank 1781)
   
United Kingdom

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Argogorytes mystaceus (Linnaeus 1761)
   
United Kingdom

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Dryudella pinguis (Dahlbom 1832)
   
United Kingdom

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Miscophus concolor Dahlbom 1844
   
United Kingdom

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Tachysphex pompiliformis (Panzer 1805)
   
United Kingdom

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Lestiphorus bicinctus (Rossi 1794)
   
United Kingdom

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Ectemnius lapidarius (Panzer 1804)
   
United Kingdom

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Rhopalum clavipes (Linnaeus 1758)
   
United Kingdom

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Crossocerus annulipes annulipes (Lepeletier & Brull'© 1835)
   
United Kingdom

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Crossocerus elongatulus (Vander Linden 1829)
   
United Kingdom

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Crossocerus quadrimaculatus (Fabricius 1793)
   
United Kingdom

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Chrysocharis spp.
   
United Kingdom

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Crossocerus varus Lepeletier & Brull'© 1835
   
United Kingdom

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Crossocerus wesmaeli (Vander Linden 1829)
   
United Kingdom

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United Kingdom

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Elachertus spp.
   
United Kingdom

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Cerceris arenaria arenaria (Linnaeus 1758)
   
United Kingdom

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Cerceris ruficornis ruficornis (Fabricius 1793)
   
United Kingdom

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Cerceris rybyensis rybyensis (Linnaeus 1771)
   
United Kingdom

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Lindenius albilabris (Fabricius 1793)
   
United Kingdom

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Podalonia affinis (W. Kirby 1798)
   
United Kingdom

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Podalonia hirsuta (Scopoli 1763)
   
United Kingdom

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Harpactus tumidus (Panzer 1801)
   
United Kingdom

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United Kingdom

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United Kingdom

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Pteromalinae undet.
   
United Kingdom

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Alloxysta Foerster, 1869
   
United Kingdom

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Trypoxylon attenuatum attenuatum F. Smith 1851
   
United Kingdom

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Trypoxylon clavicerum Lepeletier de Saint Fargeau & Audinet-Serville 1828
   
United Kingdom

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Trypoxylon figulus (Linnaeus 1758)
   
United Kingdom

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Xyela julii (Brebisson 1818)
   
United Kingdom

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Arge nigripes (Retzius 1783)
   
United Kingdom

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Arge ochropus (Gmelin 1790)
   
United Kingdom

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Allantus arcuata (F
   
United Kingdom

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Allantus rufocinctus (Retzius 1783)
   
United Kingdom

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Empria baltica Conde 1937
   
United Kingdom

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Athalia lineolata Lepeletier de Saint Fargeau 1823
   
United Kingdom

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Halidamia affinis (Fallen 1807)
   
United Kingdom

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Tomostethus nigritus (Fabricius 1804)
   
United Kingdom

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Cladius pectinicornis (Geoffrey 1785)
   
United Kingdom

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Trichiocampus pilicornis (Curtis 1833)
   
United Kingdom

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Dolerus gonager (Fabricius 1781)
   
United Kingdom

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Dolerus nigratus (Muller 1776)
   
United Kingdom

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Dolerus picipes (Klug 1814)
   
United Kingdom

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Selandria serva Fabricius 1793
   
United Kingdom

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Selandria morio Fabricius 1781
   
United Kingdom

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Rhogogaster punctulata (Klug 1814)
   
United Kingdom

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Tenthredo mesomelaena Linnaeus 1758
   
United Kingdom

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Trachelus troglodyta (Fabricius 1787)
   
United Kingdom

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United Kingdom

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Earinus spp.
   
United Kingdom

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Alysiinae undet.
   
United Kingdom

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United Kingdom

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Blacus ruficornis (Nees 1812)
   
United Kingdom

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Braconinae undet.
   
United Kingdom

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Ascogaster quadridentata Wesmael 1835
   
United Kingdom

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Ipodoryctes spp.
   
United Kingdom

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Leiophron spp.
   
United Kingdom

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Peristenus spp.
   
United Kingdom

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Euphorinae undet.
   
United Kingdom

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Eubazus spp.
   
United Kingdom

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Charmon spp.
   
United Kingdom

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Macrocentrus aegeriae Rohwer 1915
   
United Kingdom

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Macrocentrus ancylivorus Rohwer 1923
   
United Kingdom

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Meteorus spp.
   
United Kingdom

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Zele albiditarsus flagitator Curtis 1837
   
United Kingdom

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Zele spp.
   
United Kingdom

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Cotesia spp.
   
United Kingdom

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Glyptapanteles spp.
   
United Kingdom

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Microgaster spp.
   
United Kingdom

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Sathon spp.
   
United Kingdom

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Microgastrinae undet.
   
United Kingdom

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Opius docilis Haliday 1837
   
United Kingdom

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United Kingdom

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Opiinae undet.
   
United Kingdom

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United Kingdom

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Rogas spp.
   
United Kingdom

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Rogadinae undet.
   
United Kingdom

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Braconidae undet.
   
United Kingdom

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Exetastes cinctipes (Retzius 1783)
   
United Kingdom


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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.