Peribalus (Peribalus) strictus strictus (Fabricius, 1803),

Ghahari, Hassan, Moulet, Pierre & Rider, David A., 2014, An annotated catalog of the Iranian Pentatomoidea (Hemiptera: Heteroptera: Pentatomomorpha), Zootaxa 3837 (1), pp. 1-95: 27

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scientific name

Peribalus (Peribalus) strictus strictus (Fabricius, 1803)
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Peribalus (Peribalus) strictus strictus (Fabricius, 1803) 

Cimex strictus Fabricius, 1803: 179  : Cimex distinctus Fieber, 1861: 339  ; Peribalus distinctus  var. immaculicornis Rey, 1887: 2  ; Peribalus dispar Halászfy, 1959: 58  .

Distribution in Iran. Ardabil ( Modarres Awal 1996 b, 1997 b, as H. strictus  ), East Azarbaijan ( Havaskary et al. 2012, as H. strictus vernalis  ; Sadaghian et al. 2002, as H. vernalis  ), Fars, Kermanshah ( Linnavuori 2008, as H. strictus  ), Kerman ( Hoberlandt 1955; Safavi 1959; Modarres Awal 1997 b, as H. strictus  ), Khorasan ( Modarres Awal 1996 a, 1997 b; Havaskary et al. 2010; Linnavuori 2012, as H. strictus  ; Nateq Golestan & Modarres Awal 2012, as H. vernalis  ), Kuhgiloyeh & Boyerahmad ( Hoberlandt 1997, as H. strictus  ), Mazandaran (Sakenin et al. 2008, as H. strictus  ; Wagner 1968; Sakenin et al. 2008, as H. vernalis  ), Semnan (Linnavuori 2012, as H. strictus  ; Jakovlev 1877; Oshanin 1906, 1912, as H. vernalis  ), Tehran ( Kiritshenko 1966, as H. strictus  ; Hoberlandt 1955; Safavi 1959; Modarres Awal 1997 b, as H. vernalis  ), West Azarbaijan (Nateq Golestan 2004; Nateq Golestan et al. 2004, 2010 a, b, c, 2011, as H. vernalis  ), Zanjan (Linnavuori 2012, as H. strictus  ), Belousova 2007 (many records). Iran (no locality cited) ( China 1938, as H. vernalis  ; Rider 2006, as H. strictus strictus  and H. strictus vernalis  ).

General distribution. Euro-Siberian species, extending to Mediterranean basin, Near East, Central Asia, and Pakistan ( Rider 2006; Belousova 2007; Aukema et al. 2013).

Host plants. On Triticum  sp. ( Poaceae  ) ( Modarres Awal 1996 a, 1997 b), Cirsium  sp. ( Asteraceae  ), turnip ( Modarres Awal 1997 b), Chenopodium opulifolium  ( Chenopodiaceae  ), Lactuca scariola  ( Asteraceae  ), Polygonum convolvulus  ( Polygonaceae  ), Raphanus raphanistram  , Rapistrum rugosum  (both Brassicaceae  ) (Sakenin et al. 2008), Circium sp. ( Asteraceae  ), Rosa  sp. ( Rosaceae  ), Pistacia vera  ( Anacardiaceae  ), Vicia  sp. ( Fabaceae  ) ( Nateq Golestan et al. 2011), Atriplex  sp. ( Amaranthaceae  ), Cynodon dactylon  , Hordeum vulgare  (both Poaceae  ), Mentha  sp. ( Lamiaceae  ), Rubia  sp. ( Rubiaceae  ) ( Nateq Golestan & Modarres Awal 2012).

Comments. Generic placement revised by Belousova (2007). Belousova (2007) also downgraded P. vernalis  to subspecies of P. strictus  ; Ribes et al. (2006) treated the two subspecies as synonyms (see also Aukema et al. 2013; Ribes & Pagola-Carte 2013).

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Animalia

Genus

Peribalus

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Peribalus (Peribalus) strictus strictus (Fabricius, 1803)

Ghahari, Hassan, Moulet, Pierre & Rider, David A. 2014
2014
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Cimex strictus

Halaszfy 1959: 58