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Gerard Posted - 21/05/2020 : 13:43:55

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Arménie, Syunik, Lehvaz

Bonjour quelle est la différence entre
Stictoleptura (Paracorymbia) fulva (Degeer, 1775)
Stictoleptura (Paracorymbia) tonsa (K. Daniel & J. Daniel, 1891)
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Gerard Posted - 24/05/2020 : 16:56:43
Thank you Many geographically speak it's tonsa for me, which is probably as Danilevsky thinks is a ssp de fulva.
Max Posted - 22/05/2020 : 23:09:48
In any case it could be recognized as "tonsa".
From russian " This taxa (like next one - pallidipennis) can be accepted as subspecies of S. fulva with a high probability." By Danilevsky` opinon real fulva are occurring :
"widespread in Western Europe from Portugal to Romania and Bulgaria, including Ireland, England, Sicily and Greece; In Scandinavia, there is absent; all data for Poland are erroneous (Ziarko, 1993); known from Slovakia; numerous S. fulva reports for different parts of Anatolia are associated with different local species; those specimens need to be reliably determined, but at least in Western Anatolia populations that are quite close to European S. fulva may occur. Characteristically, the S. fulva reports for Turkey often coincide geographically with the S. tonsa (or pallidipennis) reports, i.e., they belong to the same populations and probably to other close species, mostly S. excisipes" -sorry for my english
So this beetle is common transcaucasian S. tonsa (for me at the moment).
Gerard Posted - 22/05/2020 : 07:05:25
Bonjour Francesco c'est en russe !
Francesco Posted - 21/05/2020 : 21:51:17
La différence est ici, page, 269, mais je ne peux pas t'aider.

P.s. Paracorymbia est un genre, pas un sous-genre, comme Miroshnikov a répété ici.
Xavier Posted - 21/05/2020 : 15:42:32
Sur le meme site, fulva est ici, tonsa est la.

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