References for species Acetropis carinata (Herrich-Schaeffer, 1841)

Species Reference Comment Distribution
Lopus carinatus Herrich-Schaeffer 1841A: 49, pl. 197, fig. 609
  n. sp., DV Poland
Acetropis carinata Hoberlandt 1956A: 17
  Dist., hab. Turkey
Acetropis carinata Buczek 1956A: 269
(PDF not available.)  Morph., biol., larvae Poland
Acetropis carinata Carvalho 1959A: 282
  cat. undefined
Acetropis carinata Franz and Wagner 1961A: 349
(PDF not available.)  Dist., host, biol. undefined
Acetropis carinata Kerzhner 1964A: 962
(PDF not available.)  Diag., hab. undefined
Acetropis carinata Wagner and Weber 1964A: 83, fig. 73
(PDF not available.)  Descr., DV, figs. pronotum & antenna, MG, host, biol., dist. undefined
Acetropis carinata Gollner-Scheiding 1970A: 49
(PDF not available.)  Record Germany
Acetropis carinata Teyrovsky and Gollner-Scheiding 1971A: 53
(PDF not available.)  Disc., dist. Hungary
Acetropis carinata Gollner-Scheiding 1972A: 23
  Record, hab. Germany
Acetropis carinata Andersen and Gaun 1974A: 118
(PDF not available.)  List Denmark
Acetropis carinata Gollner-Scheiding 1974A: 185
  List, hab. Germany
Acetropis Acetropis carinata Wagner 1974G: 102
(PDF not available.)  Descr., fig., host, dist. undefined
Acetropis carinata Coulianos and Ossiannilsson 1976A: 144
(PDF not available.)  List, dist. Sweden
Acetropis carinata Gollner-Scheiding 1978B: 0
(PDF not available.)  List, hab. Macedonia
Ononis spinosa Gollner-Scheiding, 1970A:49 (Family: Fabaceae)
Pinus nigra Hoberlandt, 1956A:17 (Family: Pinaceae)
Quercus sp. Gollner-Scheiding, 1970A:49 (Family: Fagaceae)
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