Xantholinus (Idiolinus) ciliciae Bordoni, 1971

Assing, Volker, 2007, On the Xantholinini of Turkey and adjacent regions (Coleoptera: Staphylinidae: Staphylininae), Zootaxa 1474, pp. 1-54: 29

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http://doi.org/ 10.5281/zenodo.176738

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Xantholinus (Idiolinus) ciliciae Bordoni, 1971
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Xantholinus (Idiolinus) ciliciae Bordoni, 1971 

( Fig. 59View FIGURE 59)

Additional material examined (see also Assing 2004 and Assing & Wunderle 2001). TURKEY: Mersin: 1 ex., Mersin, N Silifke, 23 km N Silifke, 36 ' 32 N, 33 ° 56 'E, 970 m, 18.IV. 2006, leg. Brachat & Meybohm (cAss), 1 ex., Çamlıyayla env., 3 km W Sebil, 37 °08'N, 34 ° 33 'E, 1060–1090 m, 24.IV. 2005, leg. Brachat & Meybohm (cAss); 1 ex., NW Tarsus, road Çamlıyayla –Gözne, 37 °06'N, 34 ° 37 'E, 570–610 m, 25.IV. 2005, leg. Brachat & Meybohm (cAss); Kahramanmara ş: 6 exs., ca. 50 km W Kahramanmaraş, 8 km SSE Andırın, Toplar env., 37 ° 33 'N, 36 ° 26 'E, 1120 m, beech and oak litter, grass roots, sifted, 19.III. 2005, leg. Assing, Wunderle (cAss, cWun); 12 exs., 60 km W Kahramanmaraş, N Andırın, 37 ° 37 'N, 36 ° 21 'E, 1120 m, bank of stream, flood debris, 26.III. 2006, leg. Assing, Wunderle (cAss, cWun); 1 ex., N Andırın, 37 ° 45 'N, 36 ° 21 'E, 1260 m, bank of stream, flood debris and Platanus  litter, 26.III. 2006, leg. Assing (cAss); 1 ex., N Andırın, NE Çokak, 37 ° 45 'N, 36 ° 22 'E, 1540 m, pine and oak litter with grass, sifted, 26.III. 2006, leg. Assing (cAss); 1 ex., 10 km N Andırın, road to Çokak, 37 ° 39 'N, 36 ° 21 'E, 1150 m, 1.– 2.V. 2005, leg. Brachat & Meybohm (cAss); 3 exs., ca. 20 km ESE Kahramanmaraş, Elmalar, 37 ° 31 'N, 37 °03'E, 650 m, litter and grass below Q. ilex  , 21.III. 2005, leg. Assing (cAss).

Comment. The distribution of this species is confined to central southern Anatolia and Cyprus, where it is rather common ( Assing 2004, Assing & Wunderle 2001). An updated distribution map is provided in Fig. 59View FIGURE 59.