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Record number 65898
Title De vuurspindoder Eoferreola rhombica, een voor Nederland nieuwe spinnendoder, en haar bijzondere waard : de lentevuurspin Eresus sandaliatus (Hymenoptera: Pompilidae; Araneae: Eresidae)
Author(s) Raemakers, I.; Helsdingen, P. van
Source Nederlandse Faunistische Mededelingen 9 (2000). - ISSN 0169-2453 - p. 1 - 6.
Department(s) Nature Conservation and Plant Ecology
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Publication type Article in professional journal
Publication year 2000
Keyword(s) hymenoptera - zoögeografie - wegbermplanten - veluwe - zoogeography - roadside plants
Categories Hymenoptera
Abstract In 1998 a female specimen of Eoferreola rhombica (Christ, 1791) was collected in a road-verge on the Veluwe. The nearest populations of this species are found in northern France and eastern Germany. It is possible that this insect was transported by traffic from one of these populations. However at the collection site a large population of the rare host spider Eresus sandaliatus (Martini & Goeze, 1778) is known to be present for many years. Therefore the presence of a population of E. rhombica cannot be excluded. Future observations have to reveal the status of this spider wasp in the Netherlands.
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