Overview

Distribution

Continent: Africa Asia Europe
Distribution: Soviet Union, Russia (from NW coast of Caspian Sea eastward to E Kazakhstan, Dagestan, Astrakhan Oblast and Volgograd Oblast), Turkmenistan,  SE Europe, W Asia, Eritrea ? (P. isseli) , Ethiopia ? (P. isseli),  W China (N Xinjiang), Mongolia  Subspecies including synonyms:  albolineatus: China (N Xinjiang);
Type locality: 45 km south of Tacheng Co., Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, China.  acutirostris: only known from its type locality (fide WERMUTH 1967);
Type locality: Dschyn-Cho south of Ebi-Nor and in Chuldscha”.  alpheraki: Kazakhstan (Ili River Hollow), China  arcellazzii: C Asia (Dsungarei);
Type locality: “Gaschun, in der Nähe von Gutschen in der Dschungarei”.  grumgrzimailoi: W China (Xinjiang); Type locality (restricted by lectotype designation). “Gutschen” [= Qitai County, Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, China].  kushakewitschi: valley of lake Alu-kulj north of the Lepsa river, adjacent Dsungarei.
Type locality: “Kreis von Sergiopo” (fide WERMUTH 1967).  melanurus: Sibiria, Russia, E Kazakhstan;
Type locality: in Sibiria australi, versus Altaicos montes.  moltschanowi: Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan;
Type locality: mouth of the Amudarya River. Gebirge Bel Tau, Wüste Amu-Daria (fide WERMUTH 1967).  salenskyi: C Asia (south of the Altai Mountains, north of Tien-schan), Kazakhstan;
Type locality: “am Fluss Urungu, am Uljungur und im Bulun-Tschi am Uljungur” (fide WERMUTH 1967).  salsatus: Turkmenistan;
Type locality: North Turkmeniya, salt hollow Kazakhlyshor between sands Kumsebshen and the chink of Ustjurt (40º17' N, 55º46' E)  
Type locality: Ural River Valley, North Kazakhstan (“in deserto Uralensi” = area of the lower Ural River fide WERMUTH 1967). Restricted by neotype designation to vicinity of Atyrau (Gurjev), approximately 47o 06' N, 51o 54' E, Atyrau Province, north-western Kazakhstan by BARABANOV & ANANJEVA 2007.
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