02/12/2007

 

Ceruchus chrysomelinus (HOCHENWARTH, 1785).

Lucanus chrysomelinus HOCHENWARTH, 1785:356, pl. 8.

Lucanus piceus BONSDORFF, 1785:222, pl. 8.

Lucanus tenebroides FABRICIUS, 1787:2.

Lucanus tarandus PANZER, 1789:2, 25, pl. 1.

Herbst, 1790:314; Linnaeus, 1790:1591; Fabricius, 1792:239; Frohl., 1792:74; Panzer, 1794:62; Schrank, 1798:378; Paykull, 1800:48; Fabricius, 1801:252; Panzer, 1802:25, pl.3; Duftschm., 1805:67; Thunberg, 1806:204; Fallen, 1807:23

Platycerus tenebrioides LATREILLE, 1807:133 [Tarandus].

Gyllenhall, 1808:68; Latreille, 1817:251; Schonherr, 1817:328; W.S. Macleay, 1819:115

Tarandus silesiacus MEGERLE; Dejean, 1837:194 [Silesia].

Hope, 1837:78; Heer, 1838:497; Castelnau, 1840:173

Tarandus sylvicola MULSANT, 1842:597-598.

Burmeister, 1847:328-329; Erichson, 1848:944; Duval, 1859:14, pl.2; Redtenbacher, 1874:452; Perris, 1877:102, 105, pl.5; Rupertsberger, 1880:143; Reitter, 1891:148; Rupertsberger, 1894:147;

Reitter, 1909:300, pl.69; Fairmaire & Planet, 1913:198; Kuhnt, 1913:380; Schaufuss, 1916:1255, pl.48; Portevin, 1931:4; Porta, 1932:373; Van Emden, 1935:185, 194; Leiler, 1950:5; Hervé, 1951:30-35; Didier & Séguy, 1953:191; Horion, 1958; Benesh, 1960:17; Holloway, 1960:351; Holloway, 1968:264; Holloway, 1969:974

Ceruchus chrysomelinus (HOCHENWARTH); Español, 1973

Español & Belles, 1982:72; Klausnitzer, 1982:34; Bartolozzi, 1986; Bartolozzi, 1986:25; Andersson, Coulianos, Ehnstrom, Hammarsted, Imby, Janzon, Lindelow & Walden, 1987:70; Bartolozzi, 1989:104; Karalius & Monsevicius, 1992:5-11; Maes, 1992:11; Bartolozzi & Onore, 1993:126

Ceruchus chrysomelinus (HOCHENWARTH); Mizunuma & Nagai, 1994:209, pl. 6, fig. 59(1-3).

Ceruchus chrysomelinus (HOCHENWARTH); López-Colón, González Peña & Beltrán Valen, 1996:15-16, 17, 18.

Boucher & Kral, 1997:34.

Sweden;

Finland;

France : Vosges (Col du Donon--48°31N-7°09E--Gross Mann), Jura, Isère (Grande Chartreuse--45°21N-5°43E), Savoie, Hautes-Pyrénées (Castels), Pyrénées-Orientales (Corbières--42°55N-2°26E, Céret--42°29N-2°42E), Alpes de Haute-Provence, Alpes-Maritimes (forêt de Venanson--Vallon de la Vilette, Venanson-Buchet, canal de Venanson-Cailllol, forêt de Clans-Pic);

Spain : Pirineos

Germany : Dresden;

Poland : Bialowieza National Park;

Czech Rep. : Bohemia, 17-III-1981 (2 males, 1 female citated by Mizunuma & Nagai 1994).

Slovakia;

Switzerland;

Austria : Ost-Tirol (Defereggen Mts.--46°52N-12°23E);

Hungary;

Romania;

Italy;

Slovenia : Mt. Pohorje--46°30N-15°15E, Postojna--45°47N-14°11E--Javorniki, Kocevje--45°39N-14°49E--Stojna, Mt. Sneznik--45°35N-14°25E, Opatija Gora--45°19N-14°17E--Gorjanci, Blegos, Jelenov zleb, Kamniska Bistrica, Kneza, Kocevski Rog, Krstenica, Krim, Loski Potok--Debeli Vrh, Lubnik, Matkov kot, Menina planina, Mokrec, Planina Suha, Rakov Skocjan, Ratitovec, Ribcev   laz-Bohinj, Slivnica, Travna gora, Zg. Tuhinj;

Greece;

Lithuania;

Russia : Ural and Caucasus.

Saproxylophagous :

Betulaceae : Betula, Alnus.

Fagaceae : Fagus, Quercus.

Pinaceae : Abies, Picea, Pinus.

BIBLIOGRAPHY

ESPAÑOL F. (1973) Entomofauna forestal española : Fam. Lucanidae (Col., Scarabaeoidea). Publ. Inst. Biol. Apl., 54:99-111.

LOPEZ-COLON J.I., GONZALEZ PEÑA C.F. & BELTRAN VALEN J.R. (1996) Familia : Lucanidae. Catalogus de la Entomofauna Aragonesa, No. 12:15-20.

MIZUNUMA T. & NAGAI S. (1994) The Lucanid Beetles of the World. Mushi-Sha's Iconographic Series of Insects, Ed. H. Fujita, Japan. Vol. I : 337 pp., 156 pls.

TEXT : MAES JEAN-MICHEL 

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