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Pseudospinolia neglecta (Shuckard, 1837)

Pseudospinolia neglecta  (Shuckard, 1837)
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Chorology: Sibero-European
Chorology: Sibero-European
Italian distribution of Pseudospinolia neglecta
Italian distribution







 

Help AiutoSystematic position of Pseudospinolia neglecta (Shuckard, 1837)

Subfamily & Tribe Chrysidinae (Chrysidini) Size (mm)
Size (mm):
 
Genus & species Pseudospinolia neglecta (Shuckard, 1837)
Species group  
Original combination Chrysis neglecta Shuckard, 1837
Type series Lectotypus ♀ des. by Morgan (1984) (Mus.: London)
Original description Closely punctured; head, thorax, basal joints of the antennae, and legs, excepting the tarsi, which are black, of a dull blue or green, or variously intermingled, and occasionally splashed with gold; wings subfuscous; nervures piceous; abdomen edentate at its extremity, very minutely punctured, of an opaque carmine colour, with a slight longitudinal elevation in the centre of its second segment. (Length, 3-3½ lines.)
This common and very distinct species appears to be undescribed; it may probably have been intermixed, or mistaken on the continent for the Chr. Austriaca, from which it considerably differs, not only in size, (for it is never more than half the size of that species,) but by its open marginal cell, and its very opaque abdomen. In British cabinets and catalogues, it has hitherto stood as the Chr. rufa of Panzer, which, however, is the Hedychrum roseum of Illiger's Rossi. It frequents sandy situations, and is very abundant, with the Chr. bidentata, at Highgate.
Synonymy integrella (Dhlb.), thuringiaca (Schmied.), kuthyi (Mocs.), semicuprea (Vier.)
Systematic notes  

Help AiutoGeographic distribution of Pseudospinolia neglecta (Shuckard, 1837)

World distribution
Type locality Britain
Kimsey & Bohart R. Holarctic: Eurasia (Britain), USA, Canada
Linsenmaier Europe, Asia
Other Authors Holarctic Region
Chorology Sibero-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 Invrea, 1941 (as Pseudochrysis); Rosa, 2005a; Strumia, 2005; TRUE
Valle d'Aosta|Aosta V. TRUE Rosa, 2002c, 2005a, 2006a; Strumia, 2005; TRUE
Lombardia|Lombardy TRUE Frey-Gessner, 1927; FALSE
Trentino Alto Adige TRUE Dalla Torre & Kohl, 1879; FALSE
Veneto FALSE FALSE
Friuli V.G. FALSE FALSE
Liguria FALSE TRUE
Emilia Romagna TRUE Grandi, 1937 (as Pseudochrysis); Invrea, 1941; Strumia ,2005; TRUE
Toscana|Tuscany TRUE Invrea, 1941 (as Pseudochrysis); TRUE
Umbria FALSE FALSE
Marche TRUE Invrea, 1941 (as Pseudochrysis); TRUE
Lazio TRUE Invrea, 1955; Strumia, 2005; FALSE
Abruzzo TRUE Grandi, 1957 (as Pseudochrysis); Strumia, 2005; TRUE
Molise FALSE FALSE
Campania FALSE FALSE
Puglia|Apulia FALSE FALSE
Basilicata TRUE Strumia, 2005; FALSE
Calabria TRUE Invrea, 1933 (as Pseudochrysis), 1941c (as Pseudochrysis); Rosa, 2005; TRUE
Sicilia|Sicily TRUE De Stefani, 1888 (as Chrysis); Strumia, 2005; FALSE
Sardegna|Sardinia FALSE FALSE
Distribution notes

Help AiutoBiology of Pseudospinolia neglecta (Shuckard, 1837)

Known Hosts
Polyphagous
TRUE
 
Tenthredinidae
FALSE
Vespidae
FALSE
Eumenidae
TRUE
Odynerus spinipes, parietum, reniformis, laevipes (Berland & Bernard, 1938), Odynerus (Grandi, 1951), Odynerus spinipes (L.), O. reniformis (Gmel.) (Linsenmaier, 1959), O. spinipes (L.) (Morgan, 1984)
Masaridae
FALSE
Sphecidae
FALSE
Apidae
FALSE
Colletidae
FALSE
Halictidae
FALSE
Megachilidae
TRUE
Osmia villosa (Berland & Bernard, 1938), Osmia (Grandi, 1951)
Anthophoridae
FALSE
Lepidoptera
FALSE
Notes on Hosts
Known Habitat
Habitat  
Plants for rest/refuge  
Parasites  
Biological notes  

For citation purposes:

Agnoli G.L. & Rosa P., 2014 : Pseudospinolia neglecta (Shuckard, 1837) . In: Chrysis.net Database of the Italian Chrysididae, interim version 31 October 2014 . URL: http://www.chrysis.net/database/.