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Species
Tachycixius (Tachycixius) pilosus (Olivier, 1791)
  type species by original designation

Basionym original publication
Olivier G. A. 1791 - Fulgore, Fulgora. Encyclopedie méthodique. Histoire naturelle des animaux. Insectes 6: 561-577 [575].
Chronological account
Tachycixius pilosus (Olivier, 1791) previous combination of Tachycixius (Tachycixius) pilosus (Olivier, 1791) according to Emeljanov (2015): 133
Cixius pilosus (Olivier, 1791) previous combination of Tachycixius pilosus (Olivier, 1791)
Fulgora pilosa Olivier, 1791 previous combination of Cixius pilosus (Olivier, 1791)
Pictures
Distribution map: extant taxa
Data accuracy
Level 4
Levels 1, 2 and 3
(TDWG standard) GBIF occurrences
Geographical distribution
Austria
Azerbaijan
Belgium
Bulgaria
China
Cyprus
Czech Republic
Denmark
France  according to  Olivier (1791): 575, Ribaut & Lacroix (1958): 485
Germany  according to  Nickel (2003): 26
Great Britain
Greece
Hungary
Ireland
Italy
Lithuania
Netherlands  according to  De Haas & Den Bieman (2018): 49
Norway
Poland  according to  Gebicki et al. (2013): 25
Portugal
Romania
Russia
Slovakia
Spain
Sweden
Tunisia  according to  Melichar (1899): 178
Turkey  according to  Lodos & Kalkandelen (1980): 18, Kalkandelen (1988): 133 , Demir (2007): 171, Demirel & Hasbenli (2015): 1344
Ukraine
Yugoslavia
Biological interactions
Host-plant
Betula sp. (Fagales, Betulaceae) according to Nickel (2003): 26
Populus sp. (Malpighiales, Salicaceae) according to Nickel (2003): 26
Prunus spinosa L. (Rosales, Rosaceae) according to Nickel (2003): 26
Quercus sp. (Fagales, Fagaceae) according to Ribaut & Lacroix (1958): 485, Dlabola (1971), Lodos & Kalkandelen (1980): 18, Nickel (2003): 26
Salix sp. (Malpighiales, Salicaceae) according to Dlabola (1971)
Vernacular name(s)
Pelz-Glasflügelzikade in Germany (German) according to Holzinger et al. (2003)