IUCN threat status:

Least Concern (LC)

Distribution

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Range Description

Leucorrhina pectoralis is a Palearctic species ranging from mainland West-Europe to the West Siberian Plain with the easternmost population found around Novosibirsk and in the Russian Altai Mountains. Its range extends over the Caucasus Mountains into Southwest Asia where it is known from Georgia and adjacent Turkey. A small number of populations are known from West Turkey and further field work might show that the species is also present in other parts of north Turkey.

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