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Ectophasia crassipennis (Fabricius, 1794) Data Map Records
 
Sub-family:PHASIINAE Tribe: PHASIINI  
Synonyms: crassipennis (Fabricius - Phasia)
Ectophasia crassipennis © Charles David
Ectophasia crassipennis © David Element
Ectophasia crassipennis (male) in Russia © Dmitry Gavryushin, 2006
Ectophasia crassipennis (female) in Russia © Dmitry Gavryushin, 2006
Shaw & Ford (1991): -
Belshaw (1993): -
Tschorsnig (1994): [Phasia] Southern Europe and warmer parts of Central Europe; NW, HE, RP, BW, BY, NB / A, CH. Dry slopes, meadows. Mid May to End September (especially Early August to Early September). Visits flowers; in warmer Europe often very frequent, in the North rare. Numerous Pentatomidae; individuals also reported from Coreidae and Lygaeidae.
JNCC Calypterate Review (1996): -
Shaw & Ford (2000): -
Comments: Only known from the Channel Islands but spreading and increasing in numbers there. Large brown&orange phasiine with dotted wings
GBGRB: - GBNI: - IE: - GBCI: P
BRC #: 15901 BENHS: GB Status:
Legend: GBGRB=Great Britain, GBNI=Northern Ireland, IE=Ireland, GBCI=Channel Islands (P=present or -=absent); BENHS indicates whether the BENHS collection has it and which draw/column it is in. Status is taken from the JNCC Calypterate Review (1996) and the JNCC Recorder package (1997). Synonyms were taken from a number of sources but most notably the most recent Checklist of British Diptera by Peter Chandler.
Acknowledgements: Many thanks to all the authors who let me use their information to construct this database. If there are spelling mistakes they were introduced by me during transcription and should not reflect on the original authors.
 
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