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The macro lepidoptera fauna of the southern tullner area on either side of the danube austria


, : The macro lepidoptera fauna of the southern tullner area on either side of the danube austria. Verhandlungen der Zoologisch Botanischen Gesellschaft in Oesterreich 116-117: 19-28

The original condition of the Tullner area is discussed and agricultural changes reviewed; as a result, what was once an area of swampy meadows was changed into agricultural land with changes in plant and animal life. The distribution, introduction and disappearance of individual species is reported, and the discovery of 56 new findings are presented. Iphiclides podalirius was almost completely absent in the Tullner Feld area, but has occurred regularly since 1946, often in 2 annual generations, with a predilection for orchards containing Prunus spinosa and Crataegus shrubs. Data on other butterflies is given, including new appearances and disappearances. A complete list of butterfly species and the years in which they were found is supplied.


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