Original and used names: Exechia cincta Winnertz, 1864:893.
Swedish sources: Exechia cincta: Hackman et al. 1988:311 [Sweden]; Chandler (2005) [Sweden]; Exechia cincta: Kjærandsen et al. 2007:64 [Boreal — •TO•].
World distribution: Palaearctic; mainly northwestern in Europe.
Remarks: The previously published Swedish records most likely refer to Exechia dentata, published by Plassmann (1976c).