Alpen-Smaragdlibelle

© Manci Cosmin-Ovidiu (Foto) & Clemens M. Brandstetter (Text)

     (from Boudot & al. 2009:160):     Somatochlora alpestris is a boreoalpine species that is chiefly confined to Sphagnum peat bogs. It is restricted to high altitudes in the Alps, where it is not uncommon, although each population generally has a low number of individuals. At some localities the habitat of S. alpestris is suffering from degradation due to livestock and tourism. Altitudinal movment constraints as a result of climate change may result in local extinction of some alpine populations.   

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Die Alpen-Smaragdlibelle, Somatochlora alpestris (Selys 1840)hat eine boreoalpine Verbreitung. Man findet sie während der Sommermonate in der Nähe der bevorzugten Gewässer.

Männchen aus Obarsia Lotrolui, Rumänien.


 

Literatur:

Boudot J.-P., V. J. Kalkman, M. Amorín, T. Bogdanović, A. Rivera,G. Degabriele, J.L. Dommanget, S. Ferreira, B. Garrigós, M. Jović, M. Kotarac, W. Lopau, M. Marinov, N. Mihoković, E. Riservato, B. Samraoui & W. Schneider 2009: Atlas of the Odonata of the Mediterranean and North Africa. – Libellula Supplement  9:1-256.  

Selys-Longchamps E. 1840: Monographie des libellulidées d'Europe. – Librairie Encyclop. de Roret, Paris & c. 1-220, incl. pl. 1-4.

 

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