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Distribution and habitats of tiger beetles of the Peloponnese Peninsula, Greece Coleoptera, Cicindelidae Verbreitung und Lebensraeume der Sandlaufkaefer der Peloponnes-Halbinsel, Griechenland Coleoptera, Cicindelidae


, : Distribution and habitats of tiger beetles of the Peloponnese Peninsula, Greece Coleoptera, Cicindelidae Verbreitung und Lebensraeume der Sandlaufkaefer der Peloponnes-Halbinsel, Griechenland Coleoptera, Cicindelidae. Nachrichtenblatt der Bayerischen Entomologen. 30 September; 553-4: 46-64

The tiger beetle fauna of the Peloponnese, southern Greece, presently consists of ten species, including Cylindera trisignata with two subspecies. The occurrence of one additional species (Calomera concolor) is hitherto unconfirmed and appears to be questionable. Two species, Calomera fischeri and Cylindera arenaria, are apparently firstly reported from the area. Based on a total of 141 records, information on distribution and habitats of each species are given. At present, especially the geographically restricted riparian species Cicindela sahlhergii, Calomera fischeri and Cylindera arenaria appear to be vulnerable to habitat destruction, e.g. due to the construction of dam

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