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Volume 69 (2020): Edition 2 (July 2020)

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

Chercher

8 Articles
Accès libre

New records of the Agromyzidae (Diptera) from the Muránska planina National Park (Central Slovakia)

Publié en ligne: 11 Oct 2020
Pages: 97 - 140

Résumé

Abstract

A total of 166 species of Agromyzidae have been recorded from the Muránska planina National Park in the Gemer region in Central Slovakia during surveys of Diptera in years 2012–2019. Of these 94 species represent first records from this area and 35 species, viz. Agromyza felleri Hering, 1941, A. orobi Hendel, 1920, A. seticercus L. Papp in Papp & Černý 2015, Amauromyza (Cephalomyza) luteiceps (Hendel, 1920), Aulagromyza luteoscutellata (de Meijere, 1924), Aul. similis (Brischke, 1880), Cerodontha (Butomomyza) falcata Černý in Papp & Černý, 2016, C. (B.) pseuderrans (Hendel, 1931), C. (B.) vigneae Nowakowski, 1967, C. (Cerodontha) stackelbergi Nowakowski, 1972, C. (C.) vandalitiensis Spencer, 1965, C. (Dizygomyza) chaixiana (Hering, 1956), C. (Poemyza) estlandica Zlobin, 1993, C. (P.) morula (Hendel, 1920), Chromatomyia luzulae (Hering, 1924), Ch. periclymeni (Hendel, 1922), Ch. primulae (Robineau-Desvoidy, 1851), Ch. scolopendri (Robineau-Desvoidy, 1851), Galiomyza morio (Brischke, 1880), Liriomyza taurica Zlobin, 2003, L. valerianae Hendel, 1932, Napomyza merita Zlobin, 1993, Melanagromyza zlobini Pakalniškis, 1996, Nemorimyza posticata (Meigen, 1830), Phytobia carbonaria (Zetterstedt, 1848), Phytomyza actaeae Hendel, 1922, Ph. artemisivora Spencer, 1971, Ph. elsae Hendel, 1927, Ph. homogyneae Hendel, 1927, Ph. kaltenbachi Hendel, 1922, Ph. obscurella Fallén, 1823, Ph. scotina Hendel, 1920, Ph. sedicola Hering, 1924, Ph. silai Hering, 1935 and Ph. vilnensis Pakalniškis, 1998 are new additions to the fauna of the whole of Slovakia. With these additions, altogether 213 species are currently known from the Muránska planina NP so representing by far the largest regional diversity of Agromyzidae hitherto ascertained in Slovakia.

Mots clés

  • Insecta
  • Diptera
  • Agromyzidae
  • new records
  • faunistics
  • Muránska planina NP
  • Gemer region
  • Slovakia
  • Europe
Accès libre

Trichoptera (Insecta) of the Javorníky Mts. (Czech Republic)

Publié en ligne: 11 Oct 2020
Pages: 141 - 159

Résumé

Abstract

A total of 79 Trichoptera species (43 genera, 16 families) were found in the Javorníky Mts. (Czech Republic), including two Carpathian species, Chaetopteryx polonica Dziedzielewicz, 1889 and Potamophylax carpathicus (Dziedzielewicz, 1912). Two further species, Rhyacophila mocsaryi Klapálek, 1898 and Rhyacophila philopotamoides McLachlan, 1879, have, until recently, only been found in the Carpathian Mts. In addition, eight species that occur infrequently or only locally in the Czech Republic were found, Synagapetus moselyi (Ulmer, 1938), Hydroptila angulata Mosely, 1922, Wormaldia pulla (McLachlan, 1878), Plectrocnemia brevis McLachlan, 1871, Tinodes unicolor (Pictet, 1834), Hydropsyche fulvipes (Curtis, 1834), Beraeamyia hrabei Mayer, 1937 and Ernodes vicinus (McLachlan, 1879). Several of these species are listed in the Red List of threatened invertebrates of the Czech Republic (one as endangered, one vulnerable and seven near threatened).

Mots clés

  • Caddisflies
  • Invertebrate survey
  • faunistics
  • Javorníky Mts.
  • Carpathians
  • Beskydy PLA
  • Moravia
  • Czech Republic
Accès libre

A new species of Systenus Loew (Dolichopodidae, Diptera) from Slovakia

Publié en ligne: 11 Oct 2020
Pages: 161 - 164

Résumé

Abstract

Dolichopodid specimens were collected during a field work in Prešov town in 2019. Systenus slovakiensissp. nov. from anthropogenic habitats is described. Differential diagnoses are given and illustrated. A key to females of Systenus species of the Palearctic is provided. From all other Palaearctic species of this genus, the new species is distinguished by snow-white trochanters and black femora.

Mots clés

  • Taxonomy
  • new species
  • Slovakia
  • Palaearctic Region
Accès libre

Bombina variegata (Linnaeus, 1758) in rain pools in the Carpathian Mountains (Slovakia)

Publié en ligne: 11 Oct 2020
Pages: 165 - 174

Résumé

Abstract

Rain pools (pluviotelmata or puddles) are common, small and non-permanent aquatic ecosystems. Data on the use of rain pools by amphibian taxa in the Carpathian Mountains, especially in Slovakia, are rare. In this study we describe the occurrence of Bombina variegata (Linnaeus, 1758), which may use these small aquatic ecosystems as part of their complex life cycle or where they spend their larval period. The most important hydroperiodic factors affecting the vertebrate fauna were the volume and area of the rain pools, the presence (respectively the absence) of shade, water temperature, biotope structure and the presence of several chemical compounds (NO3, GH, KH, pH). This study confirms that micro-habitats, such as rain pools, may play an important role for suitable reproduction sites of B. variegata, as stated by several authors from the different countries and regions of its large distributional range. At the same time, data on the presence or absence of different taxa with important conservation status in the monitored habitat aid in the detection of species.

Mots clés

  • Anurans
  • yellow-bellied toad
  • pluviotelmata
  • puddles
  • hydroperiodic factors
Accès libre

Distribution and numbers of waterbird species breeding in the city of Wrocław

Publié en ligne: 11 Oct 2020
Pages: 175 - 180

Résumé

Abstract

During the years 2003-2010, the numbers of pairs of waterbird species breeding in the city of Wrocław (293 km2) were assessed. The city is situated in Odra valley, where four smaller rivers join it. The city abandons in oxbows, gravel and sand, and clay pits and other water bodies. In total, 20 waterbird species were recorded as breeding in Wrocław. The most common were Anas platyrhynchos (145-212 pairs), and Fulica atra (70-104 pairs). Relatively common were also the Gallinula chloropus (28-37 pairs), Rallus aquaticus (9-25 pairs) and Cygnus olor (9-11 pairs). For each remaining species less than 10 pairs were recorded. Among rare species, the following were recorded as breeding in Wrocław: Grus grus, Mergus merganser, and Porzana porzana. In the few recent decades, the increase in the number of breeding pairs was recorded for Anas platyrhynchos and Cygnus olor; while a parallel decrease was recorded for Fulica atra, Gallunula chloropus, Chroicocephalus ridibudnus, and Tachybaptus ruficollis. Species such as the Aythya fuligula, Aythya ferrina, grebes, gulls and terns avoid the city. Some of them even ceased to breed (Anas quarquedula, Anas clypeata and Botaurus stellaris). The city plays an important role in protecting water bird species such as Grus grus, Cygnus olor, Porzana porzana and Alcedo atthis.

Mots clés

  • urban ornithology
  • waterbirds
  • censuses
  • nature conservation
Accès libre

Historical occurrence of the Northern Fulmar (Fulmarus glacialis) on the Vysočina Region (Czech Republic)

Publié en ligne: 11 Oct 2020
Pages: 181 - 183

Résumé

Abstract

Record of the Northern Fulmar, Fulmarus glacialis, near Dlouhá Ves, on the Vysočina Region, in Bohemia, was found in literature which is put with different data. In text be corrected inexact data and emphazise original source's a single datum “from spring 1930”.

Mots clés

  • Northern Fulmar
  • Vysočina Region
  • Bohemia
  • Czech Republic
  • historical ornithology
  • correction
Accès libre

The Slender-billed Curlew (Numenius tenuirostris) in Bohemia

Publié en ligne: 11 Oct 2020
Pages: 185 - 188

Résumé

Abstract

The Slender-billed Curlew (Numenius tenuirostris) erases of Czech Rarities Committee for Ornithology to December 15, 2011 from Czech bird’s checklist. The first discovery of Othmar Reiser (1861-1936) is located in Cheb in Bohemia, in Czech Republic (50°04′47″N/12°22′26″E; grid square 5940); not in Hungary. Jiří Janda's (1865-1938) locality “from Bohemia”, without precise locality (the evaluation of localities in entomology). Present is reply to emphasize absolutelly scientific competence of Czech zoologist Jiří Janda, personality in Czech and European ornithology. The presented text analyses the transfer of the literature until 1945.

Mots clés

  • Slender-billed Curlew
  • historical ornithology
  • occurrence
  • Bohemia
  • now Czech Republic
  • Othmar Reiser
  • Jiří Janda
Accès libre

Bryophytes of Travný Nature Reserve in Moravskoslezské Beskydy Mts (Czech Republic)

Publié en ligne: 11 Oct 2020
Pages: 189 - 192

Résumé

Abstract

Bryological survey in Travný Nature Reserve was done in 2019. The total of 138 bryophytes (34 liverworts and 104 moss species) were recorded in the protected area. Among the most important records can be mentioned liverworts Liochlaena lanceolata, Nowellia curvifolia, Riccardia latifrons or Trichocolea tomentella and mosses Brachydontium trichodes, Campylostelium saxicola, Fissidens pusillus, Lewinskya striata, and Oxystegus tenuirostris.

Mots clés

  • bryoflora
  • diversity
  • liverworts
  • mosses
  • Moravia
  • Silesia
  • Western Carpathians
8 Articles
Accès libre

New records of the Agromyzidae (Diptera) from the Muránska planina National Park (Central Slovakia)

Publié en ligne: 11 Oct 2020
Pages: 97 - 140

Résumé

Abstract

A total of 166 species of Agromyzidae have been recorded from the Muránska planina National Park in the Gemer region in Central Slovakia during surveys of Diptera in years 2012–2019. Of these 94 species represent first records from this area and 35 species, viz. Agromyza felleri Hering, 1941, A. orobi Hendel, 1920, A. seticercus L. Papp in Papp & Černý 2015, Amauromyza (Cephalomyza) luteiceps (Hendel, 1920), Aulagromyza luteoscutellata (de Meijere, 1924), Aul. similis (Brischke, 1880), Cerodontha (Butomomyza) falcata Černý in Papp & Černý, 2016, C. (B.) pseuderrans (Hendel, 1931), C. (B.) vigneae Nowakowski, 1967, C. (Cerodontha) stackelbergi Nowakowski, 1972, C. (C.) vandalitiensis Spencer, 1965, C. (Dizygomyza) chaixiana (Hering, 1956), C. (Poemyza) estlandica Zlobin, 1993, C. (P.) morula (Hendel, 1920), Chromatomyia luzulae (Hering, 1924), Ch. periclymeni (Hendel, 1922), Ch. primulae (Robineau-Desvoidy, 1851), Ch. scolopendri (Robineau-Desvoidy, 1851), Galiomyza morio (Brischke, 1880), Liriomyza taurica Zlobin, 2003, L. valerianae Hendel, 1932, Napomyza merita Zlobin, 1993, Melanagromyza zlobini Pakalniškis, 1996, Nemorimyza posticata (Meigen, 1830), Phytobia carbonaria (Zetterstedt, 1848), Phytomyza actaeae Hendel, 1922, Ph. artemisivora Spencer, 1971, Ph. elsae Hendel, 1927, Ph. homogyneae Hendel, 1927, Ph. kaltenbachi Hendel, 1922, Ph. obscurella Fallén, 1823, Ph. scotina Hendel, 1920, Ph. sedicola Hering, 1924, Ph. silai Hering, 1935 and Ph. vilnensis Pakalniškis, 1998 are new additions to the fauna of the whole of Slovakia. With these additions, altogether 213 species are currently known from the Muránska planina NP so representing by far the largest regional diversity of Agromyzidae hitherto ascertained in Slovakia.

Mots clés

  • Insecta
  • Diptera
  • Agromyzidae
  • new records
  • faunistics
  • Muránska planina NP
  • Gemer region
  • Slovakia
  • Europe
Accès libre

Trichoptera (Insecta) of the Javorníky Mts. (Czech Republic)

Publié en ligne: 11 Oct 2020
Pages: 141 - 159

Résumé

Abstract

A total of 79 Trichoptera species (43 genera, 16 families) were found in the Javorníky Mts. (Czech Republic), including two Carpathian species, Chaetopteryx polonica Dziedzielewicz, 1889 and Potamophylax carpathicus (Dziedzielewicz, 1912). Two further species, Rhyacophila mocsaryi Klapálek, 1898 and Rhyacophila philopotamoides McLachlan, 1879, have, until recently, only been found in the Carpathian Mts. In addition, eight species that occur infrequently or only locally in the Czech Republic were found, Synagapetus moselyi (Ulmer, 1938), Hydroptila angulata Mosely, 1922, Wormaldia pulla (McLachlan, 1878), Plectrocnemia brevis McLachlan, 1871, Tinodes unicolor (Pictet, 1834), Hydropsyche fulvipes (Curtis, 1834), Beraeamyia hrabei Mayer, 1937 and Ernodes vicinus (McLachlan, 1879). Several of these species are listed in the Red List of threatened invertebrates of the Czech Republic (one as endangered, one vulnerable and seven near threatened).

Mots clés

  • Caddisflies
  • Invertebrate survey
  • faunistics
  • Javorníky Mts.
  • Carpathians
  • Beskydy PLA
  • Moravia
  • Czech Republic
Accès libre

A new species of Systenus Loew (Dolichopodidae, Diptera) from Slovakia

Publié en ligne: 11 Oct 2020
Pages: 161 - 164

Résumé

Abstract

Dolichopodid specimens were collected during a field work in Prešov town in 2019. Systenus slovakiensissp. nov. from anthropogenic habitats is described. Differential diagnoses are given and illustrated. A key to females of Systenus species of the Palearctic is provided. From all other Palaearctic species of this genus, the new species is distinguished by snow-white trochanters and black femora.

Mots clés

  • Taxonomy
  • new species
  • Slovakia
  • Palaearctic Region
Accès libre

Bombina variegata (Linnaeus, 1758) in rain pools in the Carpathian Mountains (Slovakia)

Publié en ligne: 11 Oct 2020
Pages: 165 - 174

Résumé

Abstract

Rain pools (pluviotelmata or puddles) are common, small and non-permanent aquatic ecosystems. Data on the use of rain pools by amphibian taxa in the Carpathian Mountains, especially in Slovakia, are rare. In this study we describe the occurrence of Bombina variegata (Linnaeus, 1758), which may use these small aquatic ecosystems as part of their complex life cycle or where they spend their larval period. The most important hydroperiodic factors affecting the vertebrate fauna were the volume and area of the rain pools, the presence (respectively the absence) of shade, water temperature, biotope structure and the presence of several chemical compounds (NO3, GH, KH, pH). This study confirms that micro-habitats, such as rain pools, may play an important role for suitable reproduction sites of B. variegata, as stated by several authors from the different countries and regions of its large distributional range. At the same time, data on the presence or absence of different taxa with important conservation status in the monitored habitat aid in the detection of species.

Mots clés

  • Anurans
  • yellow-bellied toad
  • pluviotelmata
  • puddles
  • hydroperiodic factors
Accès libre

Distribution and numbers of waterbird species breeding in the city of Wrocław

Publié en ligne: 11 Oct 2020
Pages: 175 - 180

Résumé

Abstract

During the years 2003-2010, the numbers of pairs of waterbird species breeding in the city of Wrocław (293 km2) were assessed. The city is situated in Odra valley, where four smaller rivers join it. The city abandons in oxbows, gravel and sand, and clay pits and other water bodies. In total, 20 waterbird species were recorded as breeding in Wrocław. The most common were Anas platyrhynchos (145-212 pairs), and Fulica atra (70-104 pairs). Relatively common were also the Gallinula chloropus (28-37 pairs), Rallus aquaticus (9-25 pairs) and Cygnus olor (9-11 pairs). For each remaining species less than 10 pairs were recorded. Among rare species, the following were recorded as breeding in Wrocław: Grus grus, Mergus merganser, and Porzana porzana. In the few recent decades, the increase in the number of breeding pairs was recorded for Anas platyrhynchos and Cygnus olor; while a parallel decrease was recorded for Fulica atra, Gallunula chloropus, Chroicocephalus ridibudnus, and Tachybaptus ruficollis. Species such as the Aythya fuligula, Aythya ferrina, grebes, gulls and terns avoid the city. Some of them even ceased to breed (Anas quarquedula, Anas clypeata and Botaurus stellaris). The city plays an important role in protecting water bird species such as Grus grus, Cygnus olor, Porzana porzana and Alcedo atthis.

Mots clés

  • urban ornithology
  • waterbirds
  • censuses
  • nature conservation
Accès libre

Historical occurrence of the Northern Fulmar (Fulmarus glacialis) on the Vysočina Region (Czech Republic)

Publié en ligne: 11 Oct 2020
Pages: 181 - 183

Résumé

Abstract

Record of the Northern Fulmar, Fulmarus glacialis, near Dlouhá Ves, on the Vysočina Region, in Bohemia, was found in literature which is put with different data. In text be corrected inexact data and emphazise original source's a single datum “from spring 1930”.

Mots clés

  • Northern Fulmar
  • Vysočina Region
  • Bohemia
  • Czech Republic
  • historical ornithology
  • correction
Accès libre

The Slender-billed Curlew (Numenius tenuirostris) in Bohemia

Publié en ligne: 11 Oct 2020
Pages: 185 - 188

Résumé

Abstract

The Slender-billed Curlew (Numenius tenuirostris) erases of Czech Rarities Committee for Ornithology to December 15, 2011 from Czech bird’s checklist. The first discovery of Othmar Reiser (1861-1936) is located in Cheb in Bohemia, in Czech Republic (50°04′47″N/12°22′26″E; grid square 5940); not in Hungary. Jiří Janda's (1865-1938) locality “from Bohemia”, without precise locality (the evaluation of localities in entomology). Present is reply to emphasize absolutelly scientific competence of Czech zoologist Jiří Janda, personality in Czech and European ornithology. The presented text analyses the transfer of the literature until 1945.

Mots clés

  • Slender-billed Curlew
  • historical ornithology
  • occurrence
  • Bohemia
  • now Czech Republic
  • Othmar Reiser
  • Jiří Janda
Accès libre

Bryophytes of Travný Nature Reserve in Moravskoslezské Beskydy Mts (Czech Republic)

Publié en ligne: 11 Oct 2020
Pages: 189 - 192

Résumé

Abstract

Bryological survey in Travný Nature Reserve was done in 2019. The total of 138 bryophytes (34 liverworts and 104 moss species) were recorded in the protected area. Among the most important records can be mentioned liverworts Liochlaena lanceolata, Nowellia curvifolia, Riccardia latifrons or Trichocolea tomentella and mosses Brachydontium trichodes, Campylostelium saxicola, Fissidens pusillus, Lewinskya striata, and Oxystegus tenuirostris.

Mots clés

  • bryoflora
  • diversity
  • liverworts
  • mosses
  • Moravia
  • Silesia
  • Western Carpathians

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