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Parnopes grandior (Pallas, 1771)

Parnopes grandior  (Pallas, 1771)
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Chorology: Turano-European
Chorology: Turano-European
Italian distribution of Parnopes grandior
Italian distribution







 

Help AiutoSystematic position of Parnopes grandior (Pallas, 1771)

Subfamily & Tribe Chrysidinae (Parnopini) Size (mm)
Size (mm):
 
Genus & species Parnopes grandior (Pallas, 1771)
Species group grandior
Original combination Chrysis grandior Pallas, 1771
Type series Holotypus (Mus.: Berlin)
Original description Magnitudo Muscae Carnariae mediocris. Caput thorax et segmentum abdominis primum aureo-viridissima, punctato-scabra: articulus alarum vero testaceus. Abdomen testaceo rubrum, sine nitore, subtus luteum; segmentum terminale subrotundum, marginato-scabrum, ipsoque apices angulo a dorso subcarinato. Thorax pone alas utrinque angulo conico. Scutellum squamula scabra, exstante auctum. Alae fuscae; pedes subtestacei, femoribus tamen sericeo-viridibus. Obs. Circa Samaram.
Synonymy carnea (Fabricius, 1775), anomala (Block), episcopalis (Block), doursi (Sieb.)
Systematic notes  

Help AiutoGeographic distribution of Parnopes grandior (Pallas, 1771)

World distribution
Type locality  
Kimsey & Bohart Palaearctic: Europe, N Africa, W URSS c
Linsenmaier CS Europe, Greece, N Africa
Other Authors Eurasia, N Africa. Corsica (Berland & Bernard, 1938)
Chorology Turano-European
Distribution notes  
Italian distribution according to the Checklist of the species of the Italian Fauna
Macroregion North (N): TRUE South (S): TRUE Sicily (Si): TRUE Sardinia (Sa): FALSE
Endemic FALSE
Italian distribution by Administrative Region (Personal evidences, Literature records and other sources)   
Adm. Region Literature records Personal records
Piemonte|Piedmont TRUE Buysson, 1890; Pagliano & Scaramozzino, 1999; Rosa, 2002, 2005a; Strumia, 2005; TRUE
Valle d'Aosta|Aosta V. TRUE Grandi, 1954; Rosa, 2002c, 2005a, 2006a; Strumia, 2005; TRUE
Lombardia|Lombardy TRUE Rosa, 2002a, 2002b; Rosa, 2004, 2005a; TRUE
Trentino Alto Adige TRUE Dalla Torre & Kohl, 1879; Hellrigl, 1996; FALSE
Veneto TRUE Massalongo, 1896; Giordani Soika, 1932 (as P. carnea); Erlandsson, 1972; Negrisolo, 1995; Pagliano & Scaramozzino, 1999 (Bembix tarsata Latr., B. oculata Panz., B. olivacea F. (Grandi 1927) and B. rostrata (Grandi 1961)); Rosa, 2005a; Strumia, 2005; TRUE
Friuli V.G. TRUE Ducke, 1901 (on flowers of Scabiosa); FALSE
Liguria FALSE FALSE
Emilia Romagna TRUE Grandi, 1927 (host of Bembix integra Panz., B.oculata Latr. and B.olivacea Cyr.), 1934; Zangheri, 1969; Rosa, 2005a, 2005b, 2006b; TRUE
Toscana|Tuscany TRUE Rossi, 1790 (as Chrysis carnea); Contarini, 1843 (as P. carnea); Bischoff, 1910; Grandi, 1929, 1936, 1954; Strumia, 1990, 1997 (host of Bembix rostrata (L.)), 2005; Rosa, 2005a; 2006b; TRUE
Umbria FALSE FALSE
Marche FALSE FALSE
Lazio TRUE Lepri, year? (as P. carnea); Grandi, 1954; Strumia, 2005; Rosa, 2006b; TRUE
Abruzzo FALSE TRUE
Molise FALSE FALSE
Campania FALSE FALSE
Puglia|Apulia FALSE FALSE
Basilicata FALSE FALSE
Calabria TRUE Costa, 1882 (as P. carnea); Rosa, 2005a; TRUE
Sicilia|Sicily TRUE De Stefani, 1888; Mocsáry, 1889; Strumia, 2005; TRUE
Sardegna|Sardinia FALSE FALSE
Distribution notes Reported in Sardinia by Invrea (1952), the specimen belongs to Parnopes grandior linsenmaieri Agnoli, 1995

Help AiutoBiology of Parnopes grandior (Pallas, 1771)

Known Hosts
Polyphagous
FALSE
 
Tenthredinidae
FALSE
Vespidae
FALSE
Eumenidae
FALSE
Masaridae
FALSE
Sphecidae
TRUE
Bembix repanda, B. oculata (Berland & Bernard, 1938); Bembix integra Panz., B.oculata Latr. and B.olivacea Cyr. (Grandi, 1927); Bembix integra, B. olivacea, B. rostrata on sandy soil (Grandi, 1961); Bembix bicolor, B. cinctella (Linsenmaier, 1968); B. tarsata, B. oculata (Pagliano, pers.com.); Bembix rostrata (L.) (Strumia, 1997); Bembix rostrata (Witt, 1998); Bembix tarsata Latr., B. oculata Panz., B. olivacea F. (Grandi 1927) and B. rostrata (Grandi 1961) (Pagliano & Scaramozzino, 1999)
Apidae
FALSE
Colletidae
FALSE
Halictidae
FALSE
Megachilidae
FALSE
Anthophoridae
FALSE
Lepidoptera
FALSE
Notes on Hosts
Known Habitat
Habitat sandy and arid soils (AA.VV.)
Plants for rest/refuge flowers of Scabiosa (Ducke, 1901); Euphorbia (Schmidt, 1977)
Parasites  
Biological notes  

For citation purposes:

Agnoli G.L. & Rosa P., 2014 : Parnopes grandior (Pallas, 1771) . In: Chrysis.net Database of the Italian Chrysididae, interim version 26 November 2014 . URL: http://www.chrysis.net/database/.