Anaspis regimbarti (Schilsky, 1895)
A small species, Anaspis regimbarti is one of a number of species which belong to the Scraptiidae family, many of which are difficult to identify to species level without the aid of a microscope. They are most frequently found on the flowers of Umbellifers and by beating Hawthorn when in flower during May.
Nottinghamshire (VC56) distribution of Anaspis regimbarti
The records for the Nottinghamshire distribution map are currently provided by the following contributors - Trevor and Dilys Pendleton. M L Denton (2002 Sherwood Forest Coleoptera survey). Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust. Natural England - Invertebrate Site Register 2006. Wil Heeney. NBGRC. Natural England - Birklands and Bilhaugh SSSI & Birklands West and Ollerton Corner SSSI, Nottinghamshire Saproxylic invertebrate survey, Natural England Field Unit, April-October 2018. Clumber Park SSSI Saproxylic Invertebrate Survey - A report to Natural England by EMEC Ecology 2019.

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Updated January 2022

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