References for species Globiceps sphaegiformis (Rossi, 1790)

Species Reference Comment Distribution
Cimex sphaegiformis Rossi 1790A: 250
  n. sp. Italy
Globiceps capito Le Peletier and Serville 1825A: 326
  n. sp. (syn. by Fieber, 1861A:283) FRANCE
Capsus decoratus Meyer-Dur 1843A: 88
  n. sp. (syn. by Fieber, 1861A:283) Switzerland
Globiceps sphegiformis Roubal 1957A: 386
(PDF not available.)  record, host Czechoslovakia
Globiceps sphaegiformis Carvalho 1958B: 67
  cat. undefined
Globiceps sphaegiformis Franz and Wagner 1961A: 373
(PDF not available.)  Dist., host, biol. undefined
Globiceps Globiceps sphegiformis Wagner 1961N: 57
(PDF not available.)  Diag., host undefined
Globiceps sphaegiformis Kerzhner 1964A: 969
(PDF not available.)  Diag., dist., host, fig. undefined
Globiceps Globiceps sphegiformis Wagner and Weber 1964A: 346
(PDF not available.)  Syn., descr., fig., host, biol., dist. undefined
Globiceps sphaegiformis Pericart 1965A: 383
(PDF not available.)  record Corsica
Globiceps sphegiformis Gollner-Scheiding 1972A: 33
  Record, host Germany
Globiceps Globiceps sphegiformis Servadei 1972A: 15
(PDF not available.)  List Italy
Globiceps Globiceps sphegiformis Wagner 1974H: 285
(PDF not available.)  Descr., fig., host, dist. undefined
Globiceps sphegiformis Gollner-Scheiding 1978B: 0
(PDF not available.)  List, hab. Macedonia
Globiceps Globiceps sphegiformis Tamanini 1981A: 63
  List, dist., host Italy
Globiceps Paraglobiceps sphegiformis Tamanini 1982B: 123
(PDF not available.)  Dist., host Italy
Hosts
Fagus sp. Wagner, 1974H:285 (Family: Fagaceae)
Quercus sp. Wagner, 1974H:285 (Family: Fagaceae)
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