kerbtier.de
Beetle fauna of Germany © 2007–2020 Christoph Benisch
DE | EN | Contact | Imprint | Privacy Policy | RSS
Banner kerbtier.de kTitelgrafik
 


Notable beetle records from Germany

Pages:  1


28.06.2015 (published on 01.07.2015)
Record of Oenopia lyncea in the Lampertheim forest (South Hesse)
Oenopia lyncea
19 
On June 28th, 2015, a single specimen of the ladybird Oenopia lyncea was recorded in the Lampertheim forest (South Hesse). The southpalearctic species is known to occur in South Europe and southern Central Europe, North Africa and in the east in Siberia. As a thermophilous species, in does occur in Germany only in very warm regions. It preys on the aphid species Sappaphis sorbi and Eucallipterus tiliae. In Germany, Oenopia lyncea is rare and regarded as endangered (RL 2).


Pages:  1


 Map sheet: -
Close
Close
Close
Etymology search moduleClose
up