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2336-3207
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14 Jul 2011
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Volume 63 (2014): Edizione 2 (November 2014)

Dettagli della rivista
Formato
Rivista
eISSN
2336-3207
Pubblicato per la prima volta
14 Jul 2011
Periodo di pubblicazione
3 volte all'anno
Lingue
Inglese

Cerca

9 Articoli
Accesso libero

First Cavernicolous Population of Crumomyia Parentela (Séguy, 1963) and a Review of Cave-Dwelling Fauna of Sphaeroceridae (Diptera) in the Czech Republic

Pubblicato online: 20 Nov 2014
Pagine: -

Astratto

Abstract

Crumomyia parentela (Séguy, 1963) (Sphaeroceridae) is recorded from the Czech Republic for the first time, based on specimens collected in the cave Cyrilka in the Moravskoslezské Beskydy Mts. They are affiliated to subspecies C. p. alpicola (Roháček, 1980) but because of more reduced eyes and shorter wings than have other specimens known from the Alps and Carpathians this population is concluded to have survived as a glacial relict in the cave habitat for a long time. The cavernicolous fauna of Sphaeroceridae in the Czech Republic is surveyed and its members (15 species) are classified according to their affiliation to the cave milieu. No trogloxenous or troglobiont species were found; most species (12) are hemitroglophilous and only 3 are troglophilous, viz. Crumomyia p. alpicola, Herniosina bequaerti (Villeneuve, 1917) and Terrilimosina racovitzai (Bezzi, 1911). It is presupposed that some additional hemitroglophilous, possibly one more troglophilous but no troglobiont species could be found in cave systems in the Czech Republic in the future.

Parole chiave

  • Diptera
  • Sphaeroceridae
  • new record
  • systematics
  • morphology
  • habitat association
  • distribution
  • cavernicolous fauna
  • Czech Republic
Accesso libero

Bryjarka Hill in Szczawnica (Beskid Sądecki Mts, Western Carpathians, Poland) - a Natural and Cultural Focus

Pubblicato online: 20 Nov 2014
Pagine: -

Astratto

Abstract

The aim of this article is to present the history and the current state of Bryjarka hill, situated in Szczawnica (the Beskid Sądecki range in southern Poland) in relation to its environmental and cultural values. Another aim of this article is to show that Bryjarka hill plays an important role in the biological, geological and cultural aspects of the region. It represents cultural significance where the traces of human activities date back to medieval times.

Parole chiave

  • nature values
  • cultural values
  • andesite
  • lichens
  • fungi
  • mosses
  • plants
  • succession
  • nature protection
Accesso libero

Recent Findings of the Epiphytic Mosses from Orthotrichaceae Family in Zlatohorská Vrchovina Highlands (Silesia, Czech Republic)

Pubblicato online: 20 Nov 2014
Pagine: -

Astratto

Abstract

The article presents results of bryofloristic survey focused on the epiphytic mosses from Orthotrichaceae family in the area of Zlatohorská vrchovina highlands (NE part of the Czech Republic), which was carried out from September to November 2013. During the research the number of 527 specimens was recorded in 187 localities. The presence of 13 taxa from the Orthotrichaceae family was proved. More specifically, 1 species from the genus Nyhomiella, 9 species and 1 variety from the genus Orthotrichum and 2 species from the genus Ulota. Two taxa, Orthotrichum patens and O. affine var. bohemicum, were recorded in the study area for the first time.

Parole chiave

  • Bryophyta
  • bryofloristic research
  • Silesia
Accesso libero

Population Densities of Birds Breeding in Urbanized Habitats in the Grabiszyn District in the City of Wrocław

Pubblicato online: 20 Nov 2014
Pagine: -

Astratto

Abstract

Studies were carried out in 2010 by mean of simplified version of the mapping method. The study area (395 ha) was located close to the city centre. It comprised a mosaic of urbanized habitats, with a clear dominance of green areas, such as parks (41.1 ha), gardens, cemeteries and tree clumps. A total of 48 breeding bird species were recorded in the whole study area. The most common (<25 pairs/100 ha) were Passer domesticus, Passer montanus, Sturnus vulgaris, Parus caeruleus, Parus major, Apus apus and Columba livia. Numerous (7-15 pairs/100 ha) were also the following species: Columba palumbus, Turdus pilaris, Sylvia atricapilla, Serinus serinus, Turdus merula and Pica pica. Insectivorous birds were the most common birds constituting 63.3%, and granivorous -32.6% of all pairs recorded. Most birds nested in tree holes (39.3%), in/on buildings (30.2%) and in trees/shrubs (25.6%). Distribution of breeding pairs of 23 bird species was presented on maps. Population trends for 17 species were documented. Rapid increase in numbers of Turdus pilaris, Corvus cornix and Phoenicurus phoenicurus and decrease of Pica pica were recorded.

Parole chiave

  • Lower Silesia
  • urban ecology
  • population densities
  • population trends
Accesso libero

New Localities of Rare Liverworts in the Central Poland

Pubblicato online: 20 Nov 2014
Pagine: -

Astratto

Abstract

The present study reports new localities of four liverwort species, i.e., Fossombronia foveolata Lindb., Gymnocolea inflata (Huds.) Dumort., Leiomylia anomala (Hook.) J.J. Engel & Braggins and Odontoschisma denudatum (Mart.) Dumort., found in Central Poland. The new sites are situated in peat bog habitats and swamp forest in the depression cone of lignite opencast mine near Bełchatów in Central Poland. All of the reported species are very rare and have only few localities in Central Poland.

Parole chiave

  • liverworts
  • threatened species
  • depression cone
  • distributional data
  • Central Poland
Accesso libero

New Faunistics Records of Agromyzidae (Diptera) from the Czech Republic and Slovakia

Pubblicato online: 20 Nov 2014
Pagine: -

Astratto

Abstract

Altogether 11 species of the family Agromyzidae (Diptera) are recorded from the Czech Republic and Slovakia. Three species represent first records from the Czech Republic and 1 species from Slovakia, 8 species are new additions to the fauna of Bohemia and 4 to the fauna of Moravia. The most interesting findings are those of Melanagromyza kerkinica Černý, 2011, Cerodontha (Poemyza) alpina Nowakowski, 1967 and Chromatomyia ochracea (Hendel, 1920).

Parole chiave

  • Agromyzidae
  • faunistics
  • distribution
  • new records
  • Czech Republic
  • Slovakia
Accesso libero

New Records of Agromyzidae (Diptera) from the Afrotropical Region, with a Checklist

Pubblicato online: 20 Nov 2014
Pagine: -

Astratto

Abstract

New faunistic data on the distribution of 50 species of the family Agromyzidae from the Afrotropical Region are given. Chromatomyia syngenesiae Hardy, 1849 and Phytomyza ranunculi (Schrank, 1803) are firstly recorded for the Afrotropics and 47 species are firstly recorded for the following countries: Angola, Cameroon, Cape Verde Islands, Central African Republic, Ethiopia, Kenya, Madagascar, Malawi, Namibia, Nigeria, Sierra Leone, Somalia, Tanzania, Uganda, Zambia, Zimbabwe. For each country the number of known species are put together in a table. An updated Afrotropical checklist is added. The most peculiar genitalia of the redetected Ophiomyia dhofarensis are discussed in connection with other species, among them: Ophiomyia yunnanensiscomb. nov. [= Ophiomyia dumosasyn. nov.]. Ophiomyia nigrimaculatacomb. nov. is treated taxomically, too. The type-species of the Pseudonapomyza acanthacearum-group is re-defined. Ranunculus was firstly confirmed as host plant genus of Phytomyza subeximia which develops between its seeds, a rare substrate in the genus. Napomyza stranastat. rev. was redetected in an altitude of 3353 m a.s.l. An eclector collecting method is described which lets estimate the natural proportional abundance of Agromyzidae compared with all other Diptera in the groundlevel vegetation of a country.

Parole chiave

  • Diptera
  • Agromyzidae
  • Afrotropical Region
  • new records
  • new synonym
  • new combi-nations
  • new host plants
  • new definitions
  • faunistics
  • distribution
  • abundance
  • checklist
  • collecting methods
Accesso libero

Bryophytes of Jizerskohorské Bučiny National Nature Reserve (Jizerské Hory Mts, Czech Republic)

Pubblicato online: 20 Nov 2014
Pagine: -

Astratto

Abstract

Bryological research in Jizerskohorské bučiny National Nature Reserve was carried out in 2013. A total of 119 bryophytes were recorded on the studied area. A list of all recorded taxa, their threat status and short comments are given.

Parole chiave

  • Mosses
  • liverworts
  • bryofloristic survey
  • threatened species
Accesso libero

New Records of Lilypad Whiteface Leucorrhinia Caudalis (Odonata: Libellulidae) in the Czech Republic

Pubblicato online: 20 Nov 2014
Pagine: -

Astratto

Abstract

Leucorrhinia caudalis is listed on the European Red List as near threatened. The species had been thought to be extinct in the Czech Republic for the last fifty years, until an accidental discovery of adult males in 2012. In 2014, larvae of Leucorrhinia caudalis were recorded from water reservoirs in the Česká Lípa region, northern Bohemia, for the first time. Thus, it is the first breeding site of L. caudalis in the Czech Republic. A male Leucorrhinia caudalis was also repeatedly recorded in Havířov-Dolní Suchá in the north-eastern Czech Republic.

Parole chiave

  • lilypad whiteface
  • dragonflies
  • breeding site
  • larva
  • rediscovering
9 Articoli
Accesso libero

First Cavernicolous Population of Crumomyia Parentela (Séguy, 1963) and a Review of Cave-Dwelling Fauna of Sphaeroceridae (Diptera) in the Czech Republic

Pubblicato online: 20 Nov 2014
Pagine: -

Astratto

Abstract

Crumomyia parentela (Séguy, 1963) (Sphaeroceridae) is recorded from the Czech Republic for the first time, based on specimens collected in the cave Cyrilka in the Moravskoslezské Beskydy Mts. They are affiliated to subspecies C. p. alpicola (Roháček, 1980) but because of more reduced eyes and shorter wings than have other specimens known from the Alps and Carpathians this population is concluded to have survived as a glacial relict in the cave habitat for a long time. The cavernicolous fauna of Sphaeroceridae in the Czech Republic is surveyed and its members (15 species) are classified according to their affiliation to the cave milieu. No trogloxenous or troglobiont species were found; most species (12) are hemitroglophilous and only 3 are troglophilous, viz. Crumomyia p. alpicola, Herniosina bequaerti (Villeneuve, 1917) and Terrilimosina racovitzai (Bezzi, 1911). It is presupposed that some additional hemitroglophilous, possibly one more troglophilous but no troglobiont species could be found in cave systems in the Czech Republic in the future.

Parole chiave

  • Diptera
  • Sphaeroceridae
  • new record
  • systematics
  • morphology
  • habitat association
  • distribution
  • cavernicolous fauna
  • Czech Republic
Accesso libero

Bryjarka Hill in Szczawnica (Beskid Sądecki Mts, Western Carpathians, Poland) - a Natural and Cultural Focus

Pubblicato online: 20 Nov 2014
Pagine: -

Astratto

Abstract

The aim of this article is to present the history and the current state of Bryjarka hill, situated in Szczawnica (the Beskid Sądecki range in southern Poland) in relation to its environmental and cultural values. Another aim of this article is to show that Bryjarka hill plays an important role in the biological, geological and cultural aspects of the region. It represents cultural significance where the traces of human activities date back to medieval times.

Parole chiave

  • nature values
  • cultural values
  • andesite
  • lichens
  • fungi
  • mosses
  • plants
  • succession
  • nature protection
Accesso libero

Recent Findings of the Epiphytic Mosses from Orthotrichaceae Family in Zlatohorská Vrchovina Highlands (Silesia, Czech Republic)

Pubblicato online: 20 Nov 2014
Pagine: -

Astratto

Abstract

The article presents results of bryofloristic survey focused on the epiphytic mosses from Orthotrichaceae family in the area of Zlatohorská vrchovina highlands (NE part of the Czech Republic), which was carried out from September to November 2013. During the research the number of 527 specimens was recorded in 187 localities. The presence of 13 taxa from the Orthotrichaceae family was proved. More specifically, 1 species from the genus Nyhomiella, 9 species and 1 variety from the genus Orthotrichum and 2 species from the genus Ulota. Two taxa, Orthotrichum patens and O. affine var. bohemicum, were recorded in the study area for the first time.

Parole chiave

  • Bryophyta
  • bryofloristic research
  • Silesia
Accesso libero

Population Densities of Birds Breeding in Urbanized Habitats in the Grabiszyn District in the City of Wrocław

Pubblicato online: 20 Nov 2014
Pagine: -

Astratto

Abstract

Studies were carried out in 2010 by mean of simplified version of the mapping method. The study area (395 ha) was located close to the city centre. It comprised a mosaic of urbanized habitats, with a clear dominance of green areas, such as parks (41.1 ha), gardens, cemeteries and tree clumps. A total of 48 breeding bird species were recorded in the whole study area. The most common (<25 pairs/100 ha) were Passer domesticus, Passer montanus, Sturnus vulgaris, Parus caeruleus, Parus major, Apus apus and Columba livia. Numerous (7-15 pairs/100 ha) were also the following species: Columba palumbus, Turdus pilaris, Sylvia atricapilla, Serinus serinus, Turdus merula and Pica pica. Insectivorous birds were the most common birds constituting 63.3%, and granivorous -32.6% of all pairs recorded. Most birds nested in tree holes (39.3%), in/on buildings (30.2%) and in trees/shrubs (25.6%). Distribution of breeding pairs of 23 bird species was presented on maps. Population trends for 17 species were documented. Rapid increase in numbers of Turdus pilaris, Corvus cornix and Phoenicurus phoenicurus and decrease of Pica pica were recorded.

Parole chiave

  • Lower Silesia
  • urban ecology
  • population densities
  • population trends
Accesso libero

New Localities of Rare Liverworts in the Central Poland

Pubblicato online: 20 Nov 2014
Pagine: -

Astratto

Abstract

The present study reports new localities of four liverwort species, i.e., Fossombronia foveolata Lindb., Gymnocolea inflata (Huds.) Dumort., Leiomylia anomala (Hook.) J.J. Engel & Braggins and Odontoschisma denudatum (Mart.) Dumort., found in Central Poland. The new sites are situated in peat bog habitats and swamp forest in the depression cone of lignite opencast mine near Bełchatów in Central Poland. All of the reported species are very rare and have only few localities in Central Poland.

Parole chiave

  • liverworts
  • threatened species
  • depression cone
  • distributional data
  • Central Poland
Accesso libero

New Faunistics Records of Agromyzidae (Diptera) from the Czech Republic and Slovakia

Pubblicato online: 20 Nov 2014
Pagine: -

Astratto

Abstract

Altogether 11 species of the family Agromyzidae (Diptera) are recorded from the Czech Republic and Slovakia. Three species represent first records from the Czech Republic and 1 species from Slovakia, 8 species are new additions to the fauna of Bohemia and 4 to the fauna of Moravia. The most interesting findings are those of Melanagromyza kerkinica Černý, 2011, Cerodontha (Poemyza) alpina Nowakowski, 1967 and Chromatomyia ochracea (Hendel, 1920).

Parole chiave

  • Agromyzidae
  • faunistics
  • distribution
  • new records
  • Czech Republic
  • Slovakia
Accesso libero

New Records of Agromyzidae (Diptera) from the Afrotropical Region, with a Checklist

Pubblicato online: 20 Nov 2014
Pagine: -

Astratto

Abstract

New faunistic data on the distribution of 50 species of the family Agromyzidae from the Afrotropical Region are given. Chromatomyia syngenesiae Hardy, 1849 and Phytomyza ranunculi (Schrank, 1803) are firstly recorded for the Afrotropics and 47 species are firstly recorded for the following countries: Angola, Cameroon, Cape Verde Islands, Central African Republic, Ethiopia, Kenya, Madagascar, Malawi, Namibia, Nigeria, Sierra Leone, Somalia, Tanzania, Uganda, Zambia, Zimbabwe. For each country the number of known species are put together in a table. An updated Afrotropical checklist is added. The most peculiar genitalia of the redetected Ophiomyia dhofarensis are discussed in connection with other species, among them: Ophiomyia yunnanensiscomb. nov. [= Ophiomyia dumosasyn. nov.]. Ophiomyia nigrimaculatacomb. nov. is treated taxomically, too. The type-species of the Pseudonapomyza acanthacearum-group is re-defined. Ranunculus was firstly confirmed as host plant genus of Phytomyza subeximia which develops between its seeds, a rare substrate in the genus. Napomyza stranastat. rev. was redetected in an altitude of 3353 m a.s.l. An eclector collecting method is described which lets estimate the natural proportional abundance of Agromyzidae compared with all other Diptera in the groundlevel vegetation of a country.

Parole chiave

  • Diptera
  • Agromyzidae
  • Afrotropical Region
  • new records
  • new synonym
  • new combi-nations
  • new host plants
  • new definitions
  • faunistics
  • distribution
  • abundance
  • checklist
  • collecting methods
Accesso libero

Bryophytes of Jizerskohorské Bučiny National Nature Reserve (Jizerské Hory Mts, Czech Republic)

Pubblicato online: 20 Nov 2014
Pagine: -

Astratto

Abstract

Bryological research in Jizerskohorské bučiny National Nature Reserve was carried out in 2013. A total of 119 bryophytes were recorded on the studied area. A list of all recorded taxa, their threat status and short comments are given.

Parole chiave

  • Mosses
  • liverworts
  • bryofloristic survey
  • threatened species
Accesso libero

New Records of Lilypad Whiteface Leucorrhinia Caudalis (Odonata: Libellulidae) in the Czech Republic

Pubblicato online: 20 Nov 2014
Pagine: -

Astratto

Abstract

Leucorrhinia caudalis is listed on the European Red List as near threatened. The species had been thought to be extinct in the Czech Republic for the last fifty years, until an accidental discovery of adult males in 2012. In 2014, larvae of Leucorrhinia caudalis were recorded from water reservoirs in the Česká Lípa region, northern Bohemia, for the first time. Thus, it is the first breeding site of L. caudalis in the Czech Republic. A male Leucorrhinia caudalis was also repeatedly recorded in Havířov-Dolní Suchá in the north-eastern Czech Republic.

Parole chiave

  • lilypad whiteface
  • dragonflies
  • breeding site
  • larva
  • rediscovering

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