Last updated on August 27th, 2020
Countries known to us (literature, personal records, Museum collections):
Europe (W and East)
England and Wales
France (articulata and latronum2)
Italy (articulata and latronum2)
Romania (articulata and sisala3)
Russia (NW,-C,-E,-S, Siberia and Far East)
Turkmenistan (articulata and picipes5)
- Methocha articulata (Latreille, 1792) and Methocha articulata nigrescens Hoffer, 1938, described from Moravia and Slovak Republic, subspecies that we couldn’t examine.
- Methocha articulata (Latreille, 1792) and Methocha latronum (Guichard, 1972), described from Corsica (France) and found also in Sardinia (Italy).
- Methocha articulata obscura Hoffer, 1938, described from the Slovakian-Ukrainian border, subspecies that we couldn’t examine.
- Methocha sisala Nagy, 1968, described from the Carpathian Basin (Romania), subspecies that we couldn’t examine.
- Methocha picipes (Morawitz, 1890), described from “Transcaspia”, subspecies that we couldn’t examine.
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Agnoli G.L. (2021) European distribution of Methocha wasps, in: Chrysis.net website. Interim version 19 June 2021, URL: https://www.chrysis.net/resources/methocha/european-distribution/.