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AuthorG. van Dijk
TitleDe brede geelgerande waterroofkever Dytiscus latissimus na 38 jaar weer in Nederland opgedoken (Coleoptera: Dytiscidae).
JournalNederlandse Faunistische Mededelingen
JournalLeiden
Volume24
Year2006
Pages1-6
ISSN01692453
Keywordswaterroofkevers; Dytiscidae; Nederland; verspreiding
AbstractDytiscus latissimus after 38 years rediscovered in the Netherlands in 2005
(Coleoptera: Dytiscidae)
In 2005 two males of the water beetle Dytiscus latissimus were caught near Uffelte (province of
Drenthe). The species is endangered throughout its range and was thought to be extinct in the
Netherlands. It is listed in Annex ii and iv of the Habitats Directive and is therefore heavily
protected. Uffelte is also the last location were D. latissimus was found (in 1967), so it’s obvious
that the population has always persisted. Further research will have to clarify the status of the
population.
Classification42.75
Document typearticle
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