Stilbum cyanurum (Forster, 1771)

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Stilbum cyanurum (Forster, 1771)

Stilbum cyanurum (Forster, 1771)
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Chorology: Sub-Cosmopolitan
Chorology: Sub-Cosmopolitan
Italian distribution of Stilbum cyanurum
Italian distribution








Posizione sistematica di Stilbum cyanurum (Forster, 1771)

Sottofamiglia & Tribù Chrysidinae (Chrysidini) Size (mm)
Dimensioni (mm):
 
Genere & specie Stilbum cyanurum (Forster, 1771)
Gruppo di specie  
Combinazione originale Chrysis cyanura Forster, 1771
Serie tipica Holotypus ♂ (Mus.: London)
Descrizione originale Photo of the type
Sinonimi e sottospecie splendidum (F.), amethistinum (F.), nobile (Sulzer,1776)
Note sistematiche [nec Förster]. Varieties: nobile; siculum Tourn.

Distribuzione geografica di Stilbum cyanurum (Forster, 1771)

Distribuzione mondiale

Località tipica Spain
Kimsey & Bohart Oriental: widespread, from tropics to warm areas (Spain)
Linsenmaier CS Europe, Africa, S Asia, China, Indonesia, Australia (Linsenmaier puts also the ssp. siculum)
Altri Autori Old world. Maltese islands (Valletta, 1971)
Corologia Sub-Cosmopolitan
Note sulla distribuzione  

Distribuzione geografica di Stilbum cyanurum (Forster, 1771)

Distribuzione italiana secondo la Checklist delle specie della Fauna italiana

Macroregione Nord (N): Sud (S): Sicilia (Si): Sardegna (Sa):
Endemismo

Distribuzione italiana per regione amministrativa (Record bibliografici, evidenze personali e altre fonti)

Regione amministrativa Record bibliografici Record FEI Record personali
Piemonte Buysson, 1890 (as Stilbum splendidum); Abeille, 1879 (as Stilbum splendidum); Strumia, 2002; Rosa, 2005a; Strumia, 2005 (as cyanurum siculum);
Valle d Aosta
Lombardia Magretti, 1881 (as Stilbum splendidum on Allium cepa, Eryngium campestre, Rubus idaeus and various Ericaceae), 1884; Rosa, 2002; Strumia, 2002; Rosa, 2004; Rosa, 2005a; Strumia, 2005;
Trentino Alto Adige Cobelli, 1903 (as Stilbum splendidum), 1910; Bonelli, 1966; Strumia, 1990; Strumia, 2005;
Veneto Grandi, 1934 (as splendidum siculum); Invrea, 1941b (as cyanurum siculum); Strumia, 2005 (as cyanurum siculum);
Friuli V.G. Graffe, 1895 (as cyanurum nobile; on Trifolium montanum); Ducke, 1901 (as cyanurum nobile; on Ferulago, Dorycnium and Mentha); Kusdas, 1958;
Liguria Mantero, 1899 (as splendidum siculum); Invrea, 1920 (as splendidum siculum), 1922a (as splendidum siculum); Rosa, 2005a; Strumia, 2005 (as cyanurum siculum);
Emilia Romagna Grandi, 1954; Grandi, 1959; Grandi, 1962 (as cyanurum siculum); Rosa, 2004; Rosa, 2005a; Rosa, 2006b; Strumia, 2005;
Toscana Piccioli, 1884 (as Stilbum splendidum); Buysson, 1890 (as Stilbum splendidum), 1897 (as splendidum siculum); Zavattari, 1911b (as Stilbum splendidum); Strumia, 1990; Rosa, 2005a; Rosa, 2006b; Strumia, 2005;
Umbria
Marche
Lazio Lepri, 1910 (as Stilbum splendidum); Grandi, 1934 (as cyanurum siculum); Rosa, 2005a; Strumia, 2005 (as cyanurum siculum);
Abruzzo Strumia, 2005;
Molise
Campania Buysson, 1890 (as Stilbum splendidum);
Puglia Strumia, 2005 (as cyanurum siculum);
Basilicata Rosa, 2005a; Strumia, 2005;
Calabria Invrea, 1941c (as cyanurum siculum); Rosa, 2005a; Strumia, 2005;
Sicilia De Stefani, 1886, 1888 (as Stilbum amethystinum on Mentha as host of Pelopoeus distillatorius), 1894; Riggio, 1888 (as Stilbum amethystinum); Buysson, 1890 (as Stilbum splendidum); Erlandsson, 1972; Strumia, 2005 (as cyanurum siculum);
Sardegna Nadig, 1934; Invrea, 1952 (as cyanurum siculum); Erlandsson, 1972; Rosa, 2004; Strumia, 2005;
Note di distribuzione Emilia-Romagna (Campadelli et al., 1999)

Biologia di Stilbum cyanurum (Forster, 1771)

Ospiti conosciuti

Polifago  
Tenthredinidae  
Vespidae  
Eumenidae   Eumenes unguiculatus (Invrea, 1941, as cyanurum siculum); Eumenes (Berland & Bernard, 1938), Delta (Eumenes) unguiculatum (Grandi, 1951, 1961), Katamenes arbustorum (Mingo et al., 1990)
Masaridae  
Sphecidae   Pelopoeus distillatorius (De Stefani, 1888); Sceliphron (Berland & Bernard, 1938), Sceliphron (Grandi, 1951, 1961), Sceliphron caementarium (Campadelli et al., 1999), Sceliphron destillatorium and S. madraspatanum (Mingo et al., 1990)
Apidae  
Colletidae  
Halictidae  
Megachilidae   Chalicodoma (Berland & Bernard, 1938), Megachile (Grandi, 1951, 1961)
Anthophoridae
 
Lepidoptera
 
Note sugli ospiti parasitoid of wasps builder of mud nests (Campadelli et al., 1999)

Habitat conosciuto

Habitat  
Piante per posa/rifugio Allium cepa, Eryngium campestre, Rubus idaeus and various Ericaceae (Magretti, 1881); on Mentha (De Stefani, 1888); on Trifolium montanum (Graffe, 1895); on Ferulago, Dorycnium and Mentha (Ducke, 1901); Evonymus, Eryngium, Mentha rotundifolia (Invrea, 1920); on flowers of Evonymus japonicus L. (Invrea, 1920, as cyanurum siculum); Statice, Mentha, Marubium vulgare (Erlandsson, 1972); in Rubus (Invrea, 1920)
Parassiti noti Leptobatides abeillei Buyss. (Ichneumonidae: Phygadeuontinae) (Berland & Bernard, 1938)
Note biologiche  

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Agnoli G.L. & Rosa P. (2020) Stilbum cyanurum (Forster, 1771), in: Chrysis.net website. Interim version 01 October 2020, URL: https://www.chrysis.net/it/database-dei-chrysididae-italiani/specie/?rif=Stilbum_cyanurum.