References for species Brachycoleus pilicornis (Panzer, 1805)

Species Reference Comment Distribution
Capsus pilicornis Panzer 1805A: 22
  n. sp. Germany
Capsus anticus Mulsant and Rey 1852A: 116
  n. sp. (syn. by Dohrn, 1858A:229) France
Brachycoleus aurantiacus Jakovlev 1902A: 69
  n. sp. (syn. by Jakovlev, 1906:241) Ukraine: Eupatoria
Calocoris pilicornis nigricans Hueber 1903A: 205
  n. var. Germany
Calocoris pilicornis hueberi Horvath 1907A: 312
  n. var. S Germany
Calocoris pilicornis schmidti Stichel 1930A: 165
(PDF not available.)  n. form (junior secondary homonym of Phytocoris schmidti Fieber, 1836) AUSTRIA; ITALY
Calocoris pilicornis bipunctatus Stichel 1957A: 655
(PDF not available.)  n. name for Calocoris pilicornis schmidti Stichel, 1930A undefined
Calocoris Trichocalocoris pilicornis Carvalho 1959A: 51
  cat. undefined
Calocoris pilicornis Wagner 1961N: 38
(PDF not available.)  Diag., host undefined
Calocoris Trichocalocoris pilicornis Kerzhner 1964A: 949
(PDF not available.)  Diag., dist., host undefined
Calocoris pilicornis Teyrovsky and Gollner-Scheiding 1971A: 53
(PDF not available.)  Disc., dist. Hungary
Calocoris pilicornis Gollner-Scheiding 1972A: 26
  Record, hab. Germany
Calocoris Trichocalocoris pilicornis Wagner 1974G: 298
(PDF not available.)  Descr., fig., host, dist. undefined
Brachycoleus pilicornis Rosenzweig 1997A: 156
(PDF not available.)  n. comb. undefined
Brachycoleus pilicornis orientalis Rosenzweig 1997A: 157
(PDF not available.)  n. ssp., descr., disc., host KAZAKHSTAN: Alma-Ata
Euphorbia sp. Gollner-Scheiding, 1972A:26 (Family: Euphorbiaceae)
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