Gefleckte Heidelibelle

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     (from Boudot & al. 2009:206): Sympetrum flaveolum is common in large parts of northeastern Europe but has a fragmented permanent distribution in the Mediterranean, where it is largely confined to elevated areas. A record from the Sierra Nevada in southern Spain is uncertain. Preferred habitats include shallow, well-vegetated waters that can dry up during summer. In some years S. flaveolum migrates in high numbers and can colonize and reproduce in habitats in lowland areas, however most of these populations only survive for on or a few years. 

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Die Gefleckte Heidelibelle, Sympetrum flaveolum (Linnaeus 1758), kommt in Vorder- und Nordasien und in Europa, ausgenommen die Mittelmeerinseln vor. Im Osten reicht das Verbreitungsgebiet über Sibirien (Kosterin & al. 2001), Kirgisistan (Schröter 2010), Kamptschatka bis Japan. Die Art kommt an den verschiedensten flachen Gewässern bis zu Feuchtwiesen, die im Sommer trockenfallen, vor.

 

Männchen aus den Abruzzen, Barrea, Lago Vivo, 1.600 m, Prov. L'Aquila – Foto: Claudio Labriola.

 

Biotopbild des Lago Vivo, 1.600 m, Barrea, Prov. L'Aquila – Foto: Angelina Iannarelli


 

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

Kosterin O. E., A. Y. Haritonov & K. Inoue 2001: Dragonflies of the part of Novosibirsk Province east of the Ob River. – Sympetrum Hyogo, Japan. Vol. 7/8, 24-49. 

Linnaeus C. 1758: Systema naturae per regna tria naturae, secundum Classes, Ordines, Genera, Species, cum Characteribus, Differentiis. Synonymis, Locis. – Holmiae, laurentii Salvii (Edition 10). 1 (Animalia):(IV) + 824 pp.

Schröter A. 2010: The Odonata of Kyrgyzstan, part I – Critical national checklist, annotated list of records and collected data of the summer half-years 2008 and 2009. – International Dragonfly Fund – Report 28 (2010): 1-72.

              

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