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Population biology and habitat choice in the spotted fritillary (Melitaea didyma, Esper 1779)


, : Population biology and habitat choice in the spotted fritillary (Melitaea didyma, Esper 1779). Mitteilungen der Deutschen Gesellschaft fur Allgemeine und Angewandte Entomologie 10(1-6): 357-360

Melitaea didyma was selected as the target species for a system of calcareous grasslands in northern Bavaria (Germany). Population size on a 4-ha study site was 2750 individuals in 1992, 1450 in 1993 and 900 in 1994. Eggs were laid mainly on Stachys recta (Lamiaceae) in sparse vegetation (<25% vegetation cover).

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