Eretes sticticus (Linnaeus, 1767)

Hájek, Jiří & Reiter, Antonín, 2014, Adephagous water beetles (Coleoptera: Gyrinidae, Haliplidae, Noteridae, Dytiscidae) of Yemen and Dhofar region (Oman) with description of a new Hyphydrus from Socotra Island, Acta Entomologica Musei Nationalis Pragae 54, pp. 63-99 : 83

publication ID

https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.5314766

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scientific name

Eretes sticticus (Linnaeus, 1767)
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Eretes sticticus (Linnaeus, 1767)  

Published records. GAHAN (1985: 286): Yemen (as Eretes helvolus (Klug, 1834))   ; ROCCHI (1985: 447): Yemen; PEDERZANI (2003: 24): Dhofar; WEWALKA (2004: 465): Socotra.

Material examined. OMAN: DHOFAR: 2 ♀♀, Qitbit , spring, 19°09ʹ20″N, 54°30ʹ31″E, 164 m, 23.x.2009, A. Reiter leg.( NMPC) GoogleMaps   ; 1J 1♀, Difa , wadi, 16°45ʹN, 53°14ʹE, 435 m, 23.iii.2012, A. Reiter leg. ( NMPC) GoogleMaps   ; 1♀, Muqshin , oasis, at light, 19°35ʹN, 54°53ʹE, 155 m, 29.iii.2011, A. Reiter leg. ( NMPC) GoogleMaps   ; 1 spec., same data, but 9.iv.2013, P. Kučera leg. ( PKCL) GoogleMaps   ; 2 spec., 15 km W of Jufa ( Laga Shalia ), 17°11ʹ05ʺN, 54°56ʹ38ʺE, 380 m, 27.ix.2011, P. Kučera leg. ( PKCL) GoogleMaps   ; 3JJ, wadi Ash Shuwaymiyah , 17°56ʹN, 55°32ʹE, 31 m, 1.iv.2012, A. Reiter leg. ( NMPC) GoogleMaps   ; 1J 1♀, Hasik , wadi 4 km to S, 17°25ʹN, 55°17ʹE, 46 m, 1.iv.2012, A. Reiter leg. ( NMPC) GoogleMaps   ; 1 spec., W of Al Mughsayl, wadi Raʹs Sajir , 16.84497°N, 53.68615°E, 20.–31.viii.2013, P. Kučera leg. ( PKCL) GoogleMaps   . YEMEN: AL MAHWIT GOV.: 1 J, 10 km S Shibam, Aruz , 15°27ʹ43″N, 43°55ʹ03″E, 2560 m, 1.–2.xi.2007, A. Reiter leg. ( NMPC) GoogleMaps   . SOCOTRA ISLAND: 1 ♀, Dixam plateau, Dixam lake , 12°31ʹ23″N 53°57ʹ12″E, 1000 m, 12.v.2004, A. Reiter leg. ( NMPC) GoogleMaps   .

Habitat. Collected predominantly in deeper pools in wadis, mostly with muddy bottom, and without vegetation; frequently attracted also to light trap.

Distribution. A cosmopolitan species occurring in the Old World in Africa including the Cape Verde and Canary Islands, southern Europe, and the Near and Middle East in Asia ( MILLER 2002).

NMPC

National Museum Prague

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Insecta

Order

Coleoptera

Family

Dytiscidae

Genus

Eretes