Records by time
Lycosidae 0-19001901-19501951-20002001-2018
Arctosa lutetiana (Simon, 1876) Endangered 1x 113x 32x 146x

Arctosa lutetiana (Simon, 1876)

Czech nameslíďák lesostepní
Threat levelEndangered
Records146 nálezů, 28 kvadrátů
First record 1894, A. Nosek, Nosek 1895
Last record 2015 , Ondřej Machač
Distribution areaEuropean - eM (U
Phytogeographic areaThermo, (Meso)
Původnost stanovišťclimax
Humidityvery dry, dry
StratumGround layer
Osvětlení stanovišť(open), semi-open
Hojnost výskyturare
Altitude200-400-600

Bibliography

© Oto Zimmermann

Results of the exploration of the araneofauna and the entomofauna in West Bohemian heathlands are presented. Spiders and carabid beetles were collected during the vegetation seasons in 2011 and 2012 by the method of pitfall trapping. In total, 3188 specimens of 171 Araneae species and 2168 specimens of 93 Carabid species were determined. The most frequent spiders were Xerolycosa nemoralis (Westring, 1861), a common forest species. The following identified species are listed among the endangered spiders in the Czech Republic in the category „endangered“: Alopecosa schmidti (Hahn, 1835), Micaria dives (Lucas, 1846),  Peponocranium orbiculatum (O. P.-Cambridge, 1882), in the category „vulnerable“: Centromerus incilium (L. Koch, 1881), Evansia merens O. P.-Cambridge, 1900, Metopobactrus prominulus (O. P.-Cambridge, 1872), Arctosa figurata (Simon, 1876), Arctosa lutetiana (Simon, 1876), Pardosa nigriceps (Thorell, 1872), Gnaphosa bicolor (Hahn, 1833), Xysticus striatipes L. Koch, 1870, Evarcha laetabunda (C. L. Koch, 1846) and Trichopterna cito (Blackwall, 1841). The most remarkable species of the Carabids were the Amara equestris equestris (Duftschmid, 1812), Amara pulpani Kult, 1949, Bradycellus ruficollis (Stephens, 1828), Carabus arcensis arcensis Herbst, 1784, Carabus problematicus harcyniae Sturm, 1815, Cymindis axillaris axillaris (Fabricius, 1794), Cymindis vaporariorum (Linné, 1758), Masoreus wetterhallii wetterhallii (Gyllenhal, 1813), Olisthopus rotundatus rotundatus (Paykull, 1790). Studied material was reposited at the Department of Zoology of the West Bohemian Museum in Pilsen.



© Oto Zimmermann

This paper presents spider faunistics from abandoned coppice oak forest stands located along the South Moravia region. Spiders were collected from May to July 2012 by pitfall trapping at eight different localities. We collected 1945 adult spiders representing 20 families, 53 genera, and 90 species. More than one-third of all the species are known to be xerothermophilous with ecological restrictions to open and partly shaded  habitats such as forest-steppe and sparse forests which belong to endangered habitats along central Europe. The most abundant species were Pardosa alacris, Pardosa lugubris and Arctosa lutetiana from the family Lycosidae. In the surveyed area, 24 species were found listed in the Red List of Threatened Species in the Czech Republic (CR – 1 species, EN – 2 species, VU – 15 species, LC – 6 species). In general, we discovered a  substantially diversified spider community with a large presence of rare and endangered species characteristic for open and xeric habitats.



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By collecting method (120 used records)
Arctosa lutetiana (Simon, 1876) VUMalesFemalesJuvenilesRecords
Individuální sběr3614819
Zemní past404115692
Sklepávání12101
Smyk0112
Prosev13506
 MalesFemalesJuvenilesRecords

By biotope (98 used records)
Arctosa lutetiana (Simon, 1876) VUMalesFemalesJuvenilesRecords
suché louky1001
pastviny0021
Xerotermní travinobylinná společenstva32619
Vrchoviště0101
Reliktní bory na skalních podkladech1001
Kamenolom12101
Lesní okraje4104
Skalní lesostepi, šípákové a teplomilné doubravy185341039
Trnkové křoviny855107
Kamenité sutě14604
Přirozené lesy0101
Xerotermy na jiných podkladech8305
Skalní stepi na vápencových podkladech5818313
Dubo-habrové háje a acidofilní doubravy10104
Smrkové monokultury37607
 MalesFemalesJuvenilesRecords

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