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Biogeografisk uppföljning 2015 av dagfjärilar inom habitatdirektivet
Executive, Universitet, Lunds universitet, LU.
Executive, Universitet, Lunds universitet, LU.
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2015 (Swedish)Report (Other academic)
Abstract [sv]

Rapporten sammanfattar fjärilsinventeringar utförda under 2015 inom Biogeografisk uppföljning som drivs av Naturvårdsverket. Detta var andra året med skarpa inventeringar efter flera års eftersök av dagfjärilar i fjällen och en säsongs utprovning av inventeringsmetodik. Trots kallt och ostadigt väder kunde 24 ytor inventeras och totalt noterades 12 högnordiska blåvingar på 6 ytor och 4 dvärgpärlemorfjärilar på 3 ytor. Inventeringen gav dessvärre inget fynd av fjällsilversmygare detta år. Svartfläckig blåvinge sågs med 180 individer på 26 inventerade lokaler och tillsammans med data från Svensk Dagfjärilsövervakning täcktes en stor del av artens utbredningsområde. Brun gräsfjäril inventerades på 33 lokaler i Dalarna, Värmland och Västra Götaland och resulterade i totalt 392 observerade individer. Asknät- och väddnätfjäril inventeras med räkning av larvkolonier i augustiseptember. På 55 lokaler som inventerades inom Biogeografisk Uppföljning noterades 2602 larvkolonier av väddnätfjäril. Asknätfjäril inventerades på en lokal i Uppsala län, 11 områden i Örebro län samt 21 lokaler i Stockholm med totalt 912 noterade kolonier. Mnemosynefjäril inventerades på 36 lokaler i Blekinge, Stockholm, Uppsala och Västernorrlands län med totalt 366 noterade individer. Under 2015 har också inventeringar av violett guldvinge genomförts i Jämtland där 57 individer observerades på 11 lokaler.

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Pettersson, L. B. & Sjöström C. 2017. Nationwide monitoring of butterflies of the EU habitats Directive 2014. Department of Biology. Lund University, Sweden. 22 pp.

This report summarizes the monitoring of butterflies during 2015 within the Biogeographical Monitoring operated by Naturvårdsverket, the Swedish Environmental Protection Agency. This project includes the monitoring of nine butterfly species listed in the EU habitats Directive. Three of these species can be found in the northern parts of Sweden and a total of 24 areas could be included in this year’s survey. The Arctic Blue (Agriades aquilo) was found in 6 areas with a total of 12 individuals. The Dusky-winged Fritillary, Boloria improba, was found in 3 areas with a total of 4 individuals. No individuals of the Hesperia comma catena could be found this year. The Large Blue (Phengaris arion) was observed with 180 individuals in 26 areas and combined with the data from the Swedish Butterfly Monitoring Scheme the distribution area of this species can be considered well covered. The Scarce Heath (Coenonympha hero) was monitored in 33 areas in Dalarna, Värmland and Västra Götaland counties with a total of 392 individuals. Marsh Fritillary (Euphydryas aurinia) and Scarce Fritillary (Euphydryas maturna) are both surveyed by counting larval colonies during August- September. 2602 larvae colonies of the Marsh Fritillary were observed in 55 areas, and the Scarce Fritillary was monitored in 1 area in Uppsala, 11 areas in Örebro and 21 areas in Stockholm county with a total of 912 colonies. The Clouded Apollo (Parnassius mnemosyne) was surveyed in 36 areas in Blekinge, Stockholm, Uppsala and Västernorrland counties with a total of 366 individuals. The monitoring scheme was expanded to cover the Violet Copper (Lycaena helle) in 2015 and this species was found with 57 individuals in 11 areas in Jämtland county.

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2015. , p. 24
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Environmental Sciences
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Miljöövervakning, Biogeografisk uppföljning av naturtyper och arter; Environmental Objectives, A Rich Diversity of Plant and Animal Life
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URN: urn:nbn:se:naturvardsverket:diva-7266ISBN: 978-91-7753-215-6 (print)OAI: oai:DiVA.org:naturvardsverket-7266DiVA, id: diva2:1150382
Available from: 2017-10-18 Created: 2017-10-18 Last updated: 2017-10-18Bibliographically approved

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