Saltella sphondylii
(Schrank 1803)
Specimen, Male
Label Info

Published Illustrations (click to enlarge):
Illustrations extracted from:
Pont, A. C. and R. Meier (2002). The Sepsidae (Diptera) of Europe. Brill: 188-188.
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(From Ozerov, 2005)
sphondylii Schrank, 1803: 149 (Trupanea). Type locality: not stated [from title: GERMANY, Bavaria); Holotype or Syntypes, sex not stated, destroyed.

scutellaris Fallén, 1820a: 10 (Piophila). Type locality: "in vicinitate Lundae " [Skåne, near Lund] (SWEDEN); Syntypes, sex not stated, presumed destroyed.

melanocephala Drapiez, 1820: 354 (Ochtera). Type locality: Piedmont (ITALY); Holotype, sex not stated, location not known and presumed destroyed.

analis Meigen, 1826: 244 (Cordylura). Type locality: AUSTRIA; Holotype or Syntypes, sex not stated, presumed destroyed.

analis Meigen, 1826: 244 (Brachygaster). Unavailable name; proposed in synonymy with Cordylura .

analis Meigen. varia Meigen, 1826: 245 (Cordylura). Type locality: AUSTRIA; Holotype or Syntypes, sex not stated, presumed destroyed.

hemorrhoidalis Meigen, 1826: 245 (Brachygaster). Unavailable name; proposed in synonymy with Cordylura varia Meigen.

longipes Robineau-Desvoidy, 1830: 747 (Saltella). Type locality: Saint-Sauveur (FRANCE); Holotype or Syntypes, sex not stated, presumed destroyed.

nana Robineau-Desvoidy, 1830: 747 (Saltella). Type locality: Saint-Sauveur (FRANCE); Holotype or Syntypes, sex not stated, presumed destroyed.

basalis Haliday, 1833: 169 (Pandora). Type locality: not stated [from title: IRELAND, Holywood]; Holotype or Syntypes, sex not stated, presumed destroyed.

scutellata Macquart, 1835: 481 (Nemopoda). Type locality: Bordeaux (FRANCE); Holotype ♂ or Syntypes ♂ ♂, presumed destroyed.

ruficoxa Macquart, 1835: 481 (Nemopoda). Type locality: "du nord de la France " [presumably Lille district (FRANCE)]; Holotype ♂ or Syntypes ♂ ♂, presumed destroyed.

albipennis Macquart, 1835: 545 (Anisophysa). Type locality: FRANCE; Holotype ♀, in MHNL.

sphondylii Schrank in Gistel, 1837: 18 (Musca). Type locality: "in umbellis Heraclei sphondylii " [probably GERMANY, Bavaria]; Holotype or Syntypes, sex not stated, destroyed.

sellata Curtis, 1837: 268 (Saltella). Nomen nudum [see notes by Pont in Pont and Meier, 2002: 117].

sellata Haliday, 1838: 186 (Saltella). Type locality: Holywood (IRELAND); Holotype ♀, presumed destroyed.

distincta Meigen, 1838: 360 (Piophila). Type locality: "Lottich " [Liège] (BELGIUM); Holotype F, in MNHNP.

analis Roser, 1840: 61 (Piophila). Junior secondary homonym, preoccupied in Saltella by Cordylura analis Meigen, 1826. Type locality: not stated [presumably GERMANY, Worttemberg]; Holotype or Syntypes, sex not stated, presumed destroyed.

humeralis Roser, 1840: 61 (Piophila). Type locality: not stated [probably GERMANY, Worttemberg]; Holotype ♂, in SMNS.

parmensis Rondani, 1874: 179 (Saltella). Type localities: Parma and Piedmont (ITALY); Syntypes ♂ ♂ and ♀ ♀, in UMO (1 M) and probably in MZLSF.

nigerrima Rondani, 1874: 179, 180 (Saltella). Type locality: Parma (ITALY); Holotype ♀ or Syntypes ♀ ♀, probably in MZLSF.

nigripes Duda, 1926a: 65 (Pandora). Unavailable name; citation of a Meigen MS name, in synonymy with Pandora scutellaris Fallén.

fumipennis Duda, 1926a: 65 (Pandora). Unavailable name; citation of a Meigen MS name, in synonymy with Pandora scutellaris Fallén.

floreus Duda, 1926a: 65 (Pandora). Unavailable name; citation of a Bouché MS name, in synonymy with Pandora scutellaris Fallén.

"chaerophyllii ", incorrect subsequent spelling of sphondylii Shrank [Grzegorzek, 1873: 33; Kowarz, 1873: 463].

"spondylii ", incorrect subsequent spelling of sphondylii Shrank [Coe, 1968: 125].

(From Pont & Meier, 2002)
Trupanea sphondylii: No type-material is known to exist. Loew (1870: 15) introduced this name, replacing the better-known scutellaris Fallén, and several of his contemporaries used an apparent misspelling or emendation ‘chaerophylli’ Schrank (e.g. Grzegorzek, 1873: 33; Kowarz, 1873: 463). The name spondylii, listed by Thompson and Pont (1994: 162), was introduced by Gistel from Schrank’s posthumous manuscripts.
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(From Ozerov, 2005) - World Distribution
Nearctic. ― Canada (British Columbia, Ontario), Mexico (Sonora), USA (Arizona, California, Colorado, Idaho, Kansas, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, New Mexico, New York, Ohio, Oregon, Pennsylvania, South Dakota, Texas, Utah, Virginia, Washington, Wisconsin). Palaearctic. ― Asia: Iran, Japan (Hokkaido I.), Kazakhstan, Mongolia, Russia (Altay, Amurskaya Oblast’, Chitinskaya Oblast’, Irkutskaya Oblast’, Krasnoyarskiy Kray, Novosibirskaya Oblast’, Primorskiy Kray, Sakhalinskaya Oblast’), Tadzhikistan, Turkey, Turkmenistan; Europe: Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, France (incl. Corsica I.), Germany, Great Britain, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Macedonia, Malta, Latvia, Lithuania, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Romania, Russia (Alania, Dagestan, Ivanovskaya Oblast’, Leningradskaya Oblast’, Lipetskaya Oblast’, Moskovskaya Oblast’, Murmanskaya Oblast’, Penzenskaya Oblast’, Pskovskaya Oblast’, Ryazanskaya Oblast’, Smolenskaya Oblast’), Slovakia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, Ukraine, former Yugoslavia.

(From Pont & Meier, 2002) - With focus on European Distribution
Widespread but nowhere abundant. Denmark: all provinces. Norway: only from outer Rogaland (L. G. Jensen, pers. comm.). Sweden: a few records in the south (e.g. Ringdahl, 1948: 2; 1959: 45), and Dalarna. Finland: Tavastia australis, Karelia australis. Longitude 62ºN seems to mark its northern limit. Mainland Europe.and British Isles, though less common around the Mediterranean (Zuska and Pont, 1984: 158), western Russia (e.g. Lobanov, 1962: 37; Minder, 1963: 388; Tamarina et al., 1982: 87), eastwards through Turkmenistan, Altai, Transbaikalia (Ozerov, 1999: 559), to Mongolia (Papp, 1976: 130), the Russian Far East province (Ozerov, 1989: 840; 1999: 559) and Hokkaido (Iwasa, 1984: 296; 1995: 785). Nearctic: from Quebec to Washington, south to California (Steyskal, 1965: 683; Mangan, 1977: 338). Records are from May to August.


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