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Distribution and recent status of Leucorrhinia caudalis in Germany Odonata Libellulidae Verbreitung and aktuelle Bestandssituation von Leucorrhinia caudalis in Deutschland Odonata Libellulidae


, : Distribution and recent status of Leucorrhinia caudalis in Germany Odonata Libellulidae Verbreitung and aktuelle Bestandssituation von Leucorrhinia caudalis in Deutschland Odonata Libellulidae. Libellula, 223-4: 143-182

L. caudalis is included in the species lists of 13 German federal states. However, it is considered to be extinct or lost in five of them. Within the last ten years, L. caudalis was recorded at 127 water bodies. Seventy of these are situated in Brandenburg, 22 in Bavaria, 15 in Baden-Wurttemberg, seven in Rhineland-Palatinate, six in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, four in Saarland and one in Hesse, Saxony and Lower Saxony, respectively. The maximum abundance hitherto discovered in Germany amounted to 1.004 emerging individuals at a 200-m-long shore sector at a lake in northern Brandenburg in 2001.

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