First records of the western conifer seed bug Leptoglossus occidentalis Heid. (Heteroptera, Coreidae) from Russia and Ukraine, regularities in its distribution and possibilities of its range expansion in the palaearctic region

@article{Gapon2013FirstRO,
  title={First records of the western conifer seed bug Leptoglossus occidentalis Heid. (Heteroptera, Coreidae) from Russia and Ukraine, regularities in its distribution and possibilities of its range expansion in the palaearctic region},
  author={Dmitry Gapon},
  journal={Entomological Review},
  year={2013},
  volume={93},
  pages={174-181}
}
  • D. Gapon
  • Published 23 April 2013
  • Biology
  • Entomological Review
The paper presents the first records of the western conifer seed bug Leptoglossus occidentalis Heidemann, 1910 for the fauna of Russia (Rostov Province) and Ukraine (Crimea and Zaporizhia Province). The dependence of the spread of this species on positive and negative temperatures and the availability of food plants is considered. The forecast of further expansion of its range in the Palaearctic Region is given. 

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