Details for Dicranomyia (Idiopyga) alpina
Name:Dicranomyia (Idiopyga) alpina Bangerter, 1948
Publication:Mitt. Schweiz. Ent. Ges. 21: 187 (as Dicranomyia)
Status:Recognized taxon.
Classification:Family Limoniidae
Subfamily Limoniinae
Descriptive note:Type-material: Sinclair and Dorchin, 2010.
Dicranomyia (Idiopyga) alpina : hypopygiumDicranomyia (Idiopyga) alpina : hypopygium
hypopygiumhypopygium
Distribution:Austria, Czech Rep., Germany, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, Switzerland.
Region(s):Westpalaearctic
Map:Podenas et al., 2006 (Switzerland); Keresztes et al., 2021 (Romania)
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references:
Hypopygium: Mendl, 1979f; Podenas et al., 2006
Citationson biology (mainly from 2000 onward):
Czech Rep.
Habitat. Stary and Vonicka, 2018: 64 (on Limoniidae and Pediciidae of two localities in northern Bohemia, with list of localities, altitudes and habitats).
Poland
Habitat. Wiedenska, 2014: 14 (on the occurence of Limoniidae in six selected plant communities in the Kamienica Valley, Gorce National Park, Western Carpathians, found only in bog spring with Caltha-Chaerophyllum) (in Polish, habitat tables also in English).
Phenology. Wiedenska, 2015a: 54 (on the flight activity of Limoniidae in the Kamienica Valley, Gorce National Park, Western Carpathians) (in Polish, tables also in English).
Habitat. Wiedenska, 2017a: 22 (faunistic and habitat data of species from the Gorce NP) (in Polish).
on distribution (mainly from 2000 onward):
Czech Rep.
Distribution. Stary, 2006h: webpage (checklist).
Distribution. Stary, 2009c: 96 (loc(s) Bohemia).
Distribution. Stary and Vonicka, 2018: 64 (on Limoniidae and Pediciidae of two localities in northern Bohemia, with list of localities, altitudes and habitats).
Germany
Distribution. Schacht, 1999: 133, 135 (loc(s), checklist Bayern).
Distribution. Reusch and Oosterbroek, 2000: 161 (checklist German Bundeslander).
Distribution. Schacht, 2005: 5 (checklist Bayern).
Distribution. Schacht, 2010: 16 (checklist Diptera Bayern).
Poland
First record. Wiedenska, 2014: 14 (on the occurence of Limoniidae in six selected plant communities in the Kamienica Valley, Gorce National Park, Western Carpathians, found only in bog spring with Caltha-Chaerophyllum) (in Polish, habitat tables also in English).
Distribution. Wiedenska, 2017a: 22 (faunistic and habitat data of species from the Gorce NP) (in Polish).
Romania
Distribution. Keresztes et al., 2021: 31 (distr in Romania, map).
First record. Kolcsar et al., 2021b: 31 (loc(s) Harghita).
Slovakia
Distribution. Stary, 2006h: webpage (checklist).
Switzerland
Distribution. Podenas et al., 2006: 162, 211 (map, vertical distr per thermic level).
on flight period (mainly from 2000 onward):
Czech Rep.
Stary, 2009c: month(s): 9-10.
Stary and Vonicka, 2018: month(s): 9(10).
Germany
Schacht, 1999: month(s): 8.
Poland
Wiedenska, 2014: month(s): 9.
Wiedenska, 2015a: month(s): 9.
Wiedenska, 2017a: month(s): 8.
Romania
Kolcsar et al., 2021b: month(s): 9.
Switzerland
Podenas et al., 2006: month(s): 7-9.
on altitude (mainly from 2000 onward):
Czech Rep.
Stary, 2009c: altitude: 1040-1300 m.
Stary and Vonicka, 2018: altitude: 900 m.
Germany
Schacht, 1999: altitude: 1300 m.
Poland
Wiedenska, 2017a: altitude: 980-1220 m.
Romania
Kolcsar et al., 2021b: altitude: 1210-1740 m.

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