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Material examined: Ağrı: Patnos, 7.VII.2003, ♀; Adana: Karaisalı, Kızıldağ, Akpınar, 1650 m, 22.VII.2007, 11 ♀♀; Ankara: 15.VIII.1994, ♀; Artvin: Ardanuç, Ferhatlı, 7.VII.1994, ♀, Yusufeli, Demirkent, 24.VIII.1991, ♀; Balıkesir: Ayvalık, 8.VIII.1998, 2 ♂♂; Bayburt: Kop Mountain, 2400 m, 9.VIII.1994, 3 ♀♀, ♂, Şehitler Çeşmesi, 2400 m, 21.VIII.2008, 9 ♀♀; Çanakkale: 5.X.2002, ♂; Bilecik: 600 m, 15.VIII.1995, 2 ♂♂; Burdur: 940 m, 7-8.VII.2006, 19 ♀♀, 266 ♂♂, Yeşilova, 1060 m, 6.VII.2006, 123 ♀♀ 103 ♂♂, leg. J. & M. Halada, M. Kadlec; Çanakkale: 27.VI.2006, ♂, leg. J. Halada; Eskişehir: İnönü, 800 m, 1.VIII.1991, ♀, M. Halada; Iğdır: 850 m, 16.VII.1997, ♂, 23.VIII.1997, ♂, Küllük, 850 m, 24.VIII.1997, ♀, ♂; Isparta: 1020 m, 9.VII. 2006, ♀, Karakuş Mountain, 1460 m, 11.VII.2006, 2 ♀♀, 26 ♂♂, Eğirdir Lake, 920 m, 10.VII.2006, 3 ♂♂, leg. J. Halada, M. Kadlec; İzmir: Ödemiş, 3.VII.2006, ♂, M. Halada; Konya: Sille, 1300 m, 10.VIII.1999, 2 ♂♂.
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