native to Europe, widespread in our area (Buckland et al. 2009)(2)
caves, forest litter, moldy stored products (Buckland et al. 2009)(2)
Buckland, P.C., E. Panagiotakopulu, and G. Sveinbjarnardóttir. 2009. A failed invader in the North Atlantic, the case of Aglenus brunneus Gyll. (Col., Colydiidae), a blind flightless beetle from Iceland. Biological Invasions 11(6): 1239-1245. (Abstract)
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