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eISSN
2336-3207
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14 Jul 2011
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Volume 67 (2018): Edition 2 (December 2018)

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

Chercher

7 Articles
Accès libre

Aquatic beetles (Insecta: Coleoptera) of selected Natura 2000 protected sites in eastern Slovakia – a new record for Slovakia and new distribution records

Publié en ligne: 25 Jan 2019
Pages: 97 - 108

Résumé

Abstract

Results of faunistic research of aquatic Coleoptera in seven Natura 2000 Sites of Community Importance are presented in this paper. Altogether, 50 species were recorded. One species, Helochares (Helochares) punctatus Sharp, 1869, is recorded as new to the fauna of Slovakia. Three very rare species in Slovakia (Dryops similaris Bollow 1936, Limnius intermedius Fairmaire, 1881, and Hydraena excisa Kiesenwetter, 1849) were found at new sites. First faunistic records on aquatic Coleoptera from two important protected sites are presented. Furthermore, data on the occurrence of several species and on the water beetle diversity of partial river basins of Slovakia were considerably extended.

Mots clés

  • Coleoptera
  • first record
  • species richness
  • diversity
  • nature protection
  • Slovakia
Accès libre

Current distribution of Beraeamyia hrabei Mayer, 1937 (Trichoptera: Beraeidae) in the Czech Republic

Publié en ligne: 25 Jan 2019
Pages: 109 - 116

Résumé

Abstract

Beraeamyia hrabei Mayer, 1937 is a relatively rare species occurring in the Czech Republic only locally and in low abundances. New data on its distribution with some ecological notes are presented in this paper.

Mots clés

  • Trichoptera
  • faunistics
  • Czech Republic
  • land use
Accès libre

Additional new records of Agromyzidae (Diptera) from the Palaearctic Region

Publié en ligne: 25 Jan 2019
Pages: 117 - 137

Résumé

Abstract

Additional new records of the species from the family Agromyzidae from the Palaearctic Region are presented. New data on the distribution of 104 species are given as follows: Afghanistan (3 species), Algeria (10), Austria (5), Bulgaria (2), Croatia (22), Czech Republic (8 species: Bohemia 5, Moravia 4), Egypt (3), France (2), Germany (1), Iran (1), Italy (3), Kazakhstan (25), Liechtenstein (10), Montenegro (2), Romania (1), Serbia (2), Slovakia (11), Slovenia (3), Spain (5), Turkey (13), Uzbekistan (1). One synonym is proposed: Ophiomyia crispa Guglya, 2013 (= O. hungarica Černý in Papp & Černý, 2015, syn. nov.).

Mots clés

  • Diptera
  • Agromyzidae
  • new records
  • new synonym
  • distribution
  • Palaearctic Region
Accès libre

New faunistic records of Hydroptilidae (Insecta, Trichoptera) from the Czech Republic

Publié en ligne: 25 Jan 2019
Pages: 165 - 173

Résumé

Abstract

Two species, Orthotrichia angustella (McLachlan, 1865) and Oxyethira tristella Klapálek, 1895, previously considered to be regionally extinct in the Czech Republic, are reported from the Dyje River (South Moravia) as new records for Moravia. Hydroptila martini Marshall, 1977 and Oxyethira falcata Morton, 1893 endangered species are for the first time recorded from Moravia (incl. Silesia). New faunistic data on rare species Hydroptila occulta (Eaton, 1873) and Hydroptila tineoides Dalman, 1819 are also provided.

Mots clés

  • Hydroptilidae
  • faunistics
  • Czech Republic
  • Moravia
  • Silesia
  • new records
  • rare species
Accès libre

Northern Fulmar (Fulmarus glacialis) in the Beskydy Mountains according to Jan Prášek

Publié en ligne: 25 Jan 2019
Pages: 175 - 179

Résumé

Abstract

In the Beskydy Mountains (Lachia area, 49°25′/20°15′), Northern Fulmar (Fulmarus glacialis) was caught of spring, probably before the school year 1902-03, probably in Nižní Lhoty in Silesia. The record of this specimen without any information in a school in Opava and an incomplete report of J. Vrbka about “Common Fulmar” in the Olomouc region (probably European Storm Petrel, Hydrobates pelagicus) do not exclude occasional flights of Tubenoses into the inland Silesia and central Moravia in the past.

Mots clés

  • Northern Fulmar
  • Jan Prášek
  • Beskydy Mountains
  • historical ornithology
Accès libre

A new record of Phytolacca acinosa (Phytolaccaceae) in Poland

Publié en ligne: 25 Jan 2019
Pages: 181 - 183

Résumé

Abstract

In this paper, a new distribution record of Phytolacca acinosa in Poland is presented. It was found on 30 September 2018 in Kraków, southern Poland, growing in a hedge of Ligustrum vulgare. Currently, it should be treated as a casual alien species in the Polish flora. The updated map of the distribution of P. acinosa in Poland is provided using the ATPOL cartogram method.

Mots clés

  • alien species
  • biological recording
  • geographical distribution
Accès libre

A survey of flora and the governing factors in the Kotlina Orawska-Nowotarska Depression, Southern Poland

Publié en ligne: 25 Jan 2019
Pages: 185 - 192

Résumé

Abstract

The article covers the results of a survey of the vascular flora of the peat-bogs and forest swamps of the Kotlina depression in southern Poland. Unexpected concentrations of calcicolous plants are shown to exist and the factors governing their presence are discussed. The discovery of previously unexpected glacial relicts is also examined in the context of the area’s importance in phytogeographical studies of Eastern Europe. A number of observed, but unexplained, discrepancies in the distribution of a small number of relic species have been identified and are given as possible worthwhile lines of further research.

Mots clés

  • Kotlina Orawska-Nowotarska
  • glacial relics
  • peat-bog
7 Articles
Accès libre

Aquatic beetles (Insecta: Coleoptera) of selected Natura 2000 protected sites in eastern Slovakia – a new record for Slovakia and new distribution records

Publié en ligne: 25 Jan 2019
Pages: 97 - 108

Résumé

Abstract

Results of faunistic research of aquatic Coleoptera in seven Natura 2000 Sites of Community Importance are presented in this paper. Altogether, 50 species were recorded. One species, Helochares (Helochares) punctatus Sharp, 1869, is recorded as new to the fauna of Slovakia. Three very rare species in Slovakia (Dryops similaris Bollow 1936, Limnius intermedius Fairmaire, 1881, and Hydraena excisa Kiesenwetter, 1849) were found at new sites. First faunistic records on aquatic Coleoptera from two important protected sites are presented. Furthermore, data on the occurrence of several species and on the water beetle diversity of partial river basins of Slovakia were considerably extended.

Mots clés

  • Coleoptera
  • first record
  • species richness
  • diversity
  • nature protection
  • Slovakia
Accès libre

Current distribution of Beraeamyia hrabei Mayer, 1937 (Trichoptera: Beraeidae) in the Czech Republic

Publié en ligne: 25 Jan 2019
Pages: 109 - 116

Résumé

Abstract

Beraeamyia hrabei Mayer, 1937 is a relatively rare species occurring in the Czech Republic only locally and in low abundances. New data on its distribution with some ecological notes are presented in this paper.

Mots clés

  • Trichoptera
  • faunistics
  • Czech Republic
  • land use
Accès libre

Additional new records of Agromyzidae (Diptera) from the Palaearctic Region

Publié en ligne: 25 Jan 2019
Pages: 117 - 137

Résumé

Abstract

Additional new records of the species from the family Agromyzidae from the Palaearctic Region are presented. New data on the distribution of 104 species are given as follows: Afghanistan (3 species), Algeria (10), Austria (5), Bulgaria (2), Croatia (22), Czech Republic (8 species: Bohemia 5, Moravia 4), Egypt (3), France (2), Germany (1), Iran (1), Italy (3), Kazakhstan (25), Liechtenstein (10), Montenegro (2), Romania (1), Serbia (2), Slovakia (11), Slovenia (3), Spain (5), Turkey (13), Uzbekistan (1). One synonym is proposed: Ophiomyia crispa Guglya, 2013 (= O. hungarica Černý in Papp & Černý, 2015, syn. nov.).

Mots clés

  • Diptera
  • Agromyzidae
  • new records
  • new synonym
  • distribution
  • Palaearctic Region
Accès libre

New faunistic records of Hydroptilidae (Insecta, Trichoptera) from the Czech Republic

Publié en ligne: 25 Jan 2019
Pages: 165 - 173

Résumé

Abstract

Two species, Orthotrichia angustella (McLachlan, 1865) and Oxyethira tristella Klapálek, 1895, previously considered to be regionally extinct in the Czech Republic, are reported from the Dyje River (South Moravia) as new records for Moravia. Hydroptila martini Marshall, 1977 and Oxyethira falcata Morton, 1893 endangered species are for the first time recorded from Moravia (incl. Silesia). New faunistic data on rare species Hydroptila occulta (Eaton, 1873) and Hydroptila tineoides Dalman, 1819 are also provided.

Mots clés

  • Hydroptilidae
  • faunistics
  • Czech Republic
  • Moravia
  • Silesia
  • new records
  • rare species
Accès libre

Northern Fulmar (Fulmarus glacialis) in the Beskydy Mountains according to Jan Prášek

Publié en ligne: 25 Jan 2019
Pages: 175 - 179

Résumé

Abstract

In the Beskydy Mountains (Lachia area, 49°25′/20°15′), Northern Fulmar (Fulmarus glacialis) was caught of spring, probably before the school year 1902-03, probably in Nižní Lhoty in Silesia. The record of this specimen without any information in a school in Opava and an incomplete report of J. Vrbka about “Common Fulmar” in the Olomouc region (probably European Storm Petrel, Hydrobates pelagicus) do not exclude occasional flights of Tubenoses into the inland Silesia and central Moravia in the past.

Mots clés

  • Northern Fulmar
  • Jan Prášek
  • Beskydy Mountains
  • historical ornithology
Accès libre

A new record of Phytolacca acinosa (Phytolaccaceae) in Poland

Publié en ligne: 25 Jan 2019
Pages: 181 - 183

Résumé

Abstract

In this paper, a new distribution record of Phytolacca acinosa in Poland is presented. It was found on 30 September 2018 in Kraków, southern Poland, growing in a hedge of Ligustrum vulgare. Currently, it should be treated as a casual alien species in the Polish flora. The updated map of the distribution of P. acinosa in Poland is provided using the ATPOL cartogram method.

Mots clés

  • alien species
  • biological recording
  • geographical distribution
Accès libre

A survey of flora and the governing factors in the Kotlina Orawska-Nowotarska Depression, Southern Poland

Publié en ligne: 25 Jan 2019
Pages: 185 - 192

Résumé

Abstract

The article covers the results of a survey of the vascular flora of the peat-bogs and forest swamps of the Kotlina depression in southern Poland. Unexpected concentrations of calcicolous plants are shown to exist and the factors governing their presence are discussed. The discovery of previously unexpected glacial relicts is also examined in the context of the area’s importance in phytogeographical studies of Eastern Europe. A number of observed, but unexplained, discrepancies in the distribution of a small number of relic species have been identified and are given as possible worthwhile lines of further research.

Mots clés

  • Kotlina Orawska-Nowotarska
  • glacial relics
  • peat-bog

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