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Volume 66 (2017): Edition 2 (November 2017)

Détails du magazine
Format
Magazine
eISSN
2336-3207
Première publication
14 Jul 2011
Période de publication
3 fois par an
Langues
Anglais

Chercher

14 Articles
Accès libre

Dolichocephala ocellata (Costa, 1854) (Diptera, Empididae) new to Slovakia

Publié en ligne: 15 Nov 2017
Pages: 97 - 100

Résumé

Abstract

The first record of Dolichocephala ocellata (Costa, 1854) (Diptera, Empididae) for the territory of Slovakia and Central Europe is presented. This increases the number of known empidid species for Slovakia to 286.

Mots clés

  • Diptera
  • Empididae
  • Slovakia
  • faunistics
Accès libre

Species distribution models for critically endangered liverworts (Bryophyta) from the Czech Republic: a guide to future survey expeditions.

Publié en ligne: 15 Nov 2017
Pages: 101 - 110

Résumé

Abstract

Using 35 presence-only data samples and five uncorrelated bioclimatic variables, we made species distribution models (SDMs) for 4 species of critically endangered (CR) liverworts from genus Jungermanniales and Marchantiales (Cephaloziella elegans, Leiocolea heterocolpos, Lophozia wenzelii and Riccia papillosa) using the maximum entropy modelling method (MaxEnt). Since we were modelling CR species, only one model proved to be strong enough to be used in the field. However, SDMs can serve as effective and fast tools for acceleration of the discovery of the rare and endangered species. The final model presented in this study can serve as a guide to future survey expeditions, the conservation of the target species and also to help understand their ecology.

Mots clés

  • Species distribution modelling
  • MaxEnt
  • and
Accès libre

The first records of Callopistromyia annulipes (Macquart, 1855) (Diptera: Ulidiidae) from the Czech Republic

Publié en ligne: 15 Nov 2017
Pages: 111 - 112

Résumé

Abstract

The peacock fly Callopistromyia annulipes (Macquart, 1855) (Diptera: Ulidiidae) is recorded from the localities Libušín and Praha, both in Central Bohemia. The species represents a new addition to the fauna of Diptera of the Czech Republic. An updated distribution of this alien species in Europe is briefly summarised.

Mots clés

  • Diptera
  • Ulidiidae
  • Europe
  • Czech Republic
  • distribution
  • new record
Accès libre

New and noteworthy vascular plant records from the Polish part of the Lithuanian Lakeland

Publié en ligne: 15 Nov 2017
Pages: 113 - 116

Résumé

Abstract

This paper provides a list of 40 vascular plant species recorded in 2015–2017 in the Polish part of the Lithuanian Lakeland (north-eastern Poland), using the ATPOL cartogram method. Two native taxa Erigeron acris subsp. droebachiensis and Rorippa austriaca, one established alien Atriplex tatarica and one casual alien Aronia × prunifolia are reported as new to the flora of the region.

Mots clés

  • ATPOL cartogram method
  • distribution
  • floristics
  • Lithuanian Lakeland
  • Poland
Accès libre

Spread of Eragrostis albensis (Poaceae) and Dittrichia graveolens (Asteraceae) in the southern Poland

Publié en ligne: 15 Nov 2017
Pages: 117 - 120

Résumé

Abstract

New localities of Eragrostis albensis H. Scholz and Dittrichia graveolens (L.) Greuter have been found in the southern Poland. The former taxon is currently considered a kenophyte (epecophyte and holoagriophyte) in the country. It occurs on sandy alluvia along Vistula, Oder and San River Valleys as well as on anthropogenic sites mainly in the eastern and south-eastern Poland. The latter species is a recent newcomer regarded as an ephemerophyte, which so far has been reported from only one locality in Śląskie Province. In 2017 we discovered 16 new localities of E. albensis and five of D. graveolens on the territory of the southern Poland. Populations of both species consisted of few to several dozen individuals which grew within anthropogenic habitats, mainly roadsides. Distribution maps of both species in the southern Poland were presented.

Mots clés

  • new locality
  • expansion
  • spreading species
  • distribution
  • Poland
Accès libre

Contribution to the bryoflora of the Ciężkowickie Foothills (Western Carpathians, Poland)

Publié en ligne: 15 Nov 2017
Pages: 121 - 135

Résumé

Abstract

The paper provides information about new localities of 118 species, including 2 hornworts, 22 liverworts and 94 mosses collected at the Ciężkowickie Foothills. The most interesting are bryophytes protected and threatened in Poland, for example Fossombronia wondraczekii, Nowellia curvifolia, Sphagnum compactum, Trichocolea tomentella and Weissia squarrosa.

Mots clés

  • hornworts
  • liverworts
  • mosses
  • distributional data
  • threatened species
  • protected species
  • Ciężkowickie Foothills
  • Western Carpathians
  • Poland
Accès libre

A new record of Linaria genistifolia (Plantaginaceae) in Poland

Publié en ligne: 15 Nov 2017
Pages: 137 - 139

Résumé

Abstract

In this paper, a new Polish record of Linaria genistifolia is presented. It was found on 27 August 2017 in Zabrze, Silesia Province, growing at the foot of the reclaimed slag heap. The updated map of its distribution in Poland is provided using the ATPOL cartogram method.

Mots clés

  • alien species
  • biological recording
  • geographical distribution
Accès libre

New records of Cecidomyiidae, Dixidae and Mycetophilidae (Diptera) from the Czech and Slovak Republics

Publié en ligne: 15 Nov 2017
Pages: 141 - 147

Résumé

Abstract

New records of Cecidomyiidae, Dixidae and Mycetophilidae (Diptera) are presented from various localities in the Czech Republic and Slovakia. Three species of Cecidomyiidae, four species of Dixidae and two species of Mycetophilidae are new to the Czech Republic. One species of Cecidomyiidae, two species of Dixidae and two species of Mycetophilidae are new to Slovakia. Problems with the interpretation of the species Dixella nigra (Staeger, 1840) and Dixella bankowskae (Vaillant, 1969) are also commented on.

Mots clés

  • Insecta
  • Diptera
  • gall midges
  • meniscus midges
  • fungus gnats
  • faunistics
  • Czech Republic
  • Slovakia
  • Europe
Accès libre

Structure of avian communities in lowland coniferous forests in Opole Silesia (SSW Poland)

Publié en ligne: 15 Nov 2017
Pages: 149 - 161

Résumé

Abstract

In Poland, forests comprise 31% of the total surface area, while the lowland coniferous forests comprise 51% of 94 000 km2 afforested areas. The line transect method was employed in 2002 and 2004 to estimate population densities and dominance of all bird species breeding in a selected fragment of such forest (eight transects with 165 sections and 77.7 km in total length). In total, 54 breeding bird species were recorded. The numbers varied between 37 and 44 on the particular transect. The number of breeding pairs per 10 ha varied on each transect from 41.0 to 93.6 (x=64.8; SD=102.22). Shannon’s diversity index varied between 1.2 and 1.4 on particular transects, while Simpson’s diversity index varied between 0.7 and 0.9. Also Pieleau’s evenness index varied slightly between 0.05 and 0.07. In overall, the differences between densities of breeding species on 8 transects were not statistically significant. The Chaffinch Fringilla coelebs was by far the most numerous bird species, recorded as eudominant in all eight transects and present in all 165 sections. The second to the Chaffinch was the Chiffchaff Phylloscopus collybita; also recorded in all sections and as a dominant in all transects. Three other species, namely the Blackbird Turdus merula, Willow Warbler Phylloscopus trochilus and Blackcap Sylvia atricapilla were recorded each one in more than 90% sections (N=165), and on particular transects their dominance varied between 4 and 11%. Residents comprised 57.5% of all breeding pairs. Short-distance migrants were almost twice more common than long-distance migrants. Insectivores were by far the most numerous feeding guild represented 88.9% of all breeding pairs. Overall density, cumulative dominance, diversity and evenness were unexpectedly very similar in this study (managed forest) and in natural primeval lowland coniferous forests of Białowieża.

Mots clés

  • pine forests
  • community ecology
  • population estimations
Accès libre

The Hermit Ibis (Geronticus eremita) in Moravia in Gallaš’s manuscript

Publié en ligne: 15 Nov 2017
Pages: 163 - 165

Résumé

Abstract

J. H. A. Gallaš (1756-1840) mentioned in his manuscript the occurrence of Corvus eremita L. in Moravia. Mlíkovský (2007) says incorrectly that Hudeček & Hanák (2004) had stated in was a discovery from the 19 th century. We have not written anything of this sort. Nevertheless, the author of his text persists on its potential occurrence in the 18 th century. The species Corvus eremita L. (= Geronticus eremita) has been taken as made-up and non-existent since the beginning of the 19 th century but its application in relation to the species Corvus graculus L. (= Pyrrhocorax pyrrhocorax)

Mots clés

  • L.
  • Moravia
  • Czech Republic
  • existence
  • 18 and 19th century
  • incorrectly interpreting
  • historical ornithology
Accès libre

A new record of Arabis recta Vill. (Brassicaceae) from Poland

Publié en ligne: 15 Nov 2017
Pages: 167 - 171

Résumé

Abstract

Arabis recta Vill. is a therophyte currently considered to be endangered in Poland (EN category). The species has been reported from ca. 20 localities situated mainly in the Nida Basin (southeastern Poland). Arabis recta is usually a component of xero-thermophile grasslands, but it can also grow in arable fields or fallows. An abundant population of A. recta was found on slopes of the Góra Sosnówka hill (Małopolska Upland) in 2017. This newly discovered locality is currently the northernmost in Poland. The distribution of A. recta in Poland as well as collected phytosociological documentation are presented.

Mots clés

  • annual rockcress
  • threatened species
  • red-listed species
  • Małopolska Upland
  • Central Europe
Accès libre

Historical record of Richard’s Pipit (Anthus richardi) on the territory of Upper Silesia

Publié en ligne: 15 Nov 2017
Pages: 173 - 176

Résumé

Abstract

Historical ornithological literature contains so far scientifically underused data. In 1885 Richard's Pipit, Anthus richardi Vieillot, 1818, was found in the surroudings of Cieszyn in Upper Silesia, today's Poland. This species had not been known either in Upper Silesia or Silesia.

Mots clés

  • Josef Želisko
  • historical record
  • Upper Silesia
  • Poland
Accès libre

A new record of Senecio inaequidens (Asteraceae) in Poland

Publié en ligne: 15 Nov 2017
Pages: 177 - 180

Résumé

Abstract

The paper presents a new Polish record of Senecio inaequidens, a perennial plant native to South Africa. It was found growing on roadside verge in Głogoczów, West-Beskidian Piedmont, southern Poland, on September 22, 2016. A map of distribution of S. inaequidens in Poland is presented using the ATPOL cartogram method and the pattern of its spread along motorways is discussed.

Mots clés

  • alien plant
  • distribution
  • naturalization
  • road transport
  • southern Poland
Accès libre

First records of four species of the long-legged flies (Diptera: Dolichopodidae) from Azerbaijan, with addition to the national checklist

Publié en ligne: 15 Nov 2017
Pages: 188 - 192

Résumé

Abstract

First records of four species of the family Dolichopodidae are given. Argyra ilonae Gosseries, 1988 from subfamily Diaphorinae, Dolichopus agilis Meigen, 1824 from subfamily Dolichopodinae, Medetera glaucella Kowarz, 1877 from subfamily Mediterinae and Syntormon tarsatus (Fallén, 1823) from subfamily Sympycninae increase the current national species list to 86 species. The completed nation checklist of long-legged flies of Azerbaijan is presented.

Mots clés

  • Diptera
  • Dolichopodidae
  • first records
  • checklist
  • Azerbaijan
14 Articles
Accès libre

Dolichocephala ocellata (Costa, 1854) (Diptera, Empididae) new to Slovakia

Publié en ligne: 15 Nov 2017
Pages: 97 - 100

Résumé

Abstract

The first record of Dolichocephala ocellata (Costa, 1854) (Diptera, Empididae) for the territory of Slovakia and Central Europe is presented. This increases the number of known empidid species for Slovakia to 286.

Mots clés

  • Diptera
  • Empididae
  • Slovakia
  • faunistics
Accès libre

Species distribution models for critically endangered liverworts (Bryophyta) from the Czech Republic: a guide to future survey expeditions.

Publié en ligne: 15 Nov 2017
Pages: 101 - 110

Résumé

Abstract

Using 35 presence-only data samples and five uncorrelated bioclimatic variables, we made species distribution models (SDMs) for 4 species of critically endangered (CR) liverworts from genus Jungermanniales and Marchantiales (Cephaloziella elegans, Leiocolea heterocolpos, Lophozia wenzelii and Riccia papillosa) using the maximum entropy modelling method (MaxEnt). Since we were modelling CR species, only one model proved to be strong enough to be used in the field. However, SDMs can serve as effective and fast tools for acceleration of the discovery of the rare and endangered species. The final model presented in this study can serve as a guide to future survey expeditions, the conservation of the target species and also to help understand their ecology.

Mots clés

  • Species distribution modelling
  • MaxEnt
  • and
Accès libre

The first records of Callopistromyia annulipes (Macquart, 1855) (Diptera: Ulidiidae) from the Czech Republic

Publié en ligne: 15 Nov 2017
Pages: 111 - 112

Résumé

Abstract

The peacock fly Callopistromyia annulipes (Macquart, 1855) (Diptera: Ulidiidae) is recorded from the localities Libušín and Praha, both in Central Bohemia. The species represents a new addition to the fauna of Diptera of the Czech Republic. An updated distribution of this alien species in Europe is briefly summarised.

Mots clés

  • Diptera
  • Ulidiidae
  • Europe
  • Czech Republic
  • distribution
  • new record
Accès libre

New and noteworthy vascular plant records from the Polish part of the Lithuanian Lakeland

Publié en ligne: 15 Nov 2017
Pages: 113 - 116

Résumé

Abstract

This paper provides a list of 40 vascular plant species recorded in 2015–2017 in the Polish part of the Lithuanian Lakeland (north-eastern Poland), using the ATPOL cartogram method. Two native taxa Erigeron acris subsp. droebachiensis and Rorippa austriaca, one established alien Atriplex tatarica and one casual alien Aronia × prunifolia are reported as new to the flora of the region.

Mots clés

  • ATPOL cartogram method
  • distribution
  • floristics
  • Lithuanian Lakeland
  • Poland
Accès libre

Spread of Eragrostis albensis (Poaceae) and Dittrichia graveolens (Asteraceae) in the southern Poland

Publié en ligne: 15 Nov 2017
Pages: 117 - 120

Résumé

Abstract

New localities of Eragrostis albensis H. Scholz and Dittrichia graveolens (L.) Greuter have been found in the southern Poland. The former taxon is currently considered a kenophyte (epecophyte and holoagriophyte) in the country. It occurs on sandy alluvia along Vistula, Oder and San River Valleys as well as on anthropogenic sites mainly in the eastern and south-eastern Poland. The latter species is a recent newcomer regarded as an ephemerophyte, which so far has been reported from only one locality in Śląskie Province. In 2017 we discovered 16 new localities of E. albensis and five of D. graveolens on the territory of the southern Poland. Populations of both species consisted of few to several dozen individuals which grew within anthropogenic habitats, mainly roadsides. Distribution maps of both species in the southern Poland were presented.

Mots clés

  • new locality
  • expansion
  • spreading species
  • distribution
  • Poland
Accès libre

Contribution to the bryoflora of the Ciężkowickie Foothills (Western Carpathians, Poland)

Publié en ligne: 15 Nov 2017
Pages: 121 - 135

Résumé

Abstract

The paper provides information about new localities of 118 species, including 2 hornworts, 22 liverworts and 94 mosses collected at the Ciężkowickie Foothills. The most interesting are bryophytes protected and threatened in Poland, for example Fossombronia wondraczekii, Nowellia curvifolia, Sphagnum compactum, Trichocolea tomentella and Weissia squarrosa.

Mots clés

  • hornworts
  • liverworts
  • mosses
  • distributional data
  • threatened species
  • protected species
  • Ciężkowickie Foothills
  • Western Carpathians
  • Poland
Accès libre

A new record of Linaria genistifolia (Plantaginaceae) in Poland

Publié en ligne: 15 Nov 2017
Pages: 137 - 139

Résumé

Abstract

In this paper, a new Polish record of Linaria genistifolia is presented. It was found on 27 August 2017 in Zabrze, Silesia Province, growing at the foot of the reclaimed slag heap. The updated map of its distribution in Poland is provided using the ATPOL cartogram method.

Mots clés

  • alien species
  • biological recording
  • geographical distribution
Accès libre

New records of Cecidomyiidae, Dixidae and Mycetophilidae (Diptera) from the Czech and Slovak Republics

Publié en ligne: 15 Nov 2017
Pages: 141 - 147

Résumé

Abstract

New records of Cecidomyiidae, Dixidae and Mycetophilidae (Diptera) are presented from various localities in the Czech Republic and Slovakia. Three species of Cecidomyiidae, four species of Dixidae and two species of Mycetophilidae are new to the Czech Republic. One species of Cecidomyiidae, two species of Dixidae and two species of Mycetophilidae are new to Slovakia. Problems with the interpretation of the species Dixella nigra (Staeger, 1840) and Dixella bankowskae (Vaillant, 1969) are also commented on.

Mots clés

  • Insecta
  • Diptera
  • gall midges
  • meniscus midges
  • fungus gnats
  • faunistics
  • Czech Republic
  • Slovakia
  • Europe
Accès libre

Structure of avian communities in lowland coniferous forests in Opole Silesia (SSW Poland)

Publié en ligne: 15 Nov 2017
Pages: 149 - 161

Résumé

Abstract

In Poland, forests comprise 31% of the total surface area, while the lowland coniferous forests comprise 51% of 94 000 km2 afforested areas. The line transect method was employed in 2002 and 2004 to estimate population densities and dominance of all bird species breeding in a selected fragment of such forest (eight transects with 165 sections and 77.7 km in total length). In total, 54 breeding bird species were recorded. The numbers varied between 37 and 44 on the particular transect. The number of breeding pairs per 10 ha varied on each transect from 41.0 to 93.6 (x=64.8; SD=102.22). Shannon’s diversity index varied between 1.2 and 1.4 on particular transects, while Simpson’s diversity index varied between 0.7 and 0.9. Also Pieleau’s evenness index varied slightly between 0.05 and 0.07. In overall, the differences between densities of breeding species on 8 transects were not statistically significant. The Chaffinch Fringilla coelebs was by far the most numerous bird species, recorded as eudominant in all eight transects and present in all 165 sections. The second to the Chaffinch was the Chiffchaff Phylloscopus collybita; also recorded in all sections and as a dominant in all transects. Three other species, namely the Blackbird Turdus merula, Willow Warbler Phylloscopus trochilus and Blackcap Sylvia atricapilla were recorded each one in more than 90% sections (N=165), and on particular transects their dominance varied between 4 and 11%. Residents comprised 57.5% of all breeding pairs. Short-distance migrants were almost twice more common than long-distance migrants. Insectivores were by far the most numerous feeding guild represented 88.9% of all breeding pairs. Overall density, cumulative dominance, diversity and evenness were unexpectedly very similar in this study (managed forest) and in natural primeval lowland coniferous forests of Białowieża.

Mots clés

  • pine forests
  • community ecology
  • population estimations
Accès libre

The Hermit Ibis (Geronticus eremita) in Moravia in Gallaš’s manuscript

Publié en ligne: 15 Nov 2017
Pages: 163 - 165

Résumé

Abstract

J. H. A. Gallaš (1756-1840) mentioned in his manuscript the occurrence of Corvus eremita L. in Moravia. Mlíkovský (2007) says incorrectly that Hudeček & Hanák (2004) had stated in was a discovery from the 19 th century. We have not written anything of this sort. Nevertheless, the author of his text persists on its potential occurrence in the 18 th century. The species Corvus eremita L. (= Geronticus eremita) has been taken as made-up and non-existent since the beginning of the 19 th century but its application in relation to the species Corvus graculus L. (= Pyrrhocorax pyrrhocorax)

Mots clés

  • L.
  • Moravia
  • Czech Republic
  • existence
  • 18 and 19th century
  • incorrectly interpreting
  • historical ornithology
Accès libre

A new record of Arabis recta Vill. (Brassicaceae) from Poland

Publié en ligne: 15 Nov 2017
Pages: 167 - 171

Résumé

Abstract

Arabis recta Vill. is a therophyte currently considered to be endangered in Poland (EN category). The species has been reported from ca. 20 localities situated mainly in the Nida Basin (southeastern Poland). Arabis recta is usually a component of xero-thermophile grasslands, but it can also grow in arable fields or fallows. An abundant population of A. recta was found on slopes of the Góra Sosnówka hill (Małopolska Upland) in 2017. This newly discovered locality is currently the northernmost in Poland. The distribution of A. recta in Poland as well as collected phytosociological documentation are presented.

Mots clés

  • annual rockcress
  • threatened species
  • red-listed species
  • Małopolska Upland
  • Central Europe
Accès libre

Historical record of Richard’s Pipit (Anthus richardi) on the territory of Upper Silesia

Publié en ligne: 15 Nov 2017
Pages: 173 - 176

Résumé

Abstract

Historical ornithological literature contains so far scientifically underused data. In 1885 Richard's Pipit, Anthus richardi Vieillot, 1818, was found in the surroudings of Cieszyn in Upper Silesia, today's Poland. This species had not been known either in Upper Silesia or Silesia.

Mots clés

  • Josef Želisko
  • historical record
  • Upper Silesia
  • Poland
Accès libre

A new record of Senecio inaequidens (Asteraceae) in Poland

Publié en ligne: 15 Nov 2017
Pages: 177 - 180

Résumé

Abstract

The paper presents a new Polish record of Senecio inaequidens, a perennial plant native to South Africa. It was found growing on roadside verge in Głogoczów, West-Beskidian Piedmont, southern Poland, on September 22, 2016. A map of distribution of S. inaequidens in Poland is presented using the ATPOL cartogram method and the pattern of its spread along motorways is discussed.

Mots clés

  • alien plant
  • distribution
  • naturalization
  • road transport
  • southern Poland
Accès libre

First records of four species of the long-legged flies (Diptera: Dolichopodidae) from Azerbaijan, with addition to the national checklist

Publié en ligne: 15 Nov 2017
Pages: 188 - 192

Résumé

Abstract

First records of four species of the family Dolichopodidae are given. Argyra ilonae Gosseries, 1988 from subfamily Diaphorinae, Dolichopus agilis Meigen, 1824 from subfamily Dolichopodinae, Medetera glaucella Kowarz, 1877 from subfamily Mediterinae and Syntormon tarsatus (Fallén, 1823) from subfamily Sympycninae increase the current national species list to 86 species. The completed nation checklist of long-legged flies of Azerbaijan is presented.

Mots clés

  • Diptera
  • Dolichopodidae
  • first records
  • checklist
  • Azerbaijan

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