Acta Naturalia Pannonica 2 (2007)
Fazekas I. (ed.) 2007.12.13. 19:42
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Acta Naturalia Pannonica 2 (2007)
The time of the publication: 30.11.2007.
Fazekas I. (2007): Microlepidoptera Pannoniae meridionalis, VI.A Mecsek Microlepidoptera katalógusa (Lepidoptera). Catalogue of Microlepidoptera from Mecsek Mountains, SW-Hungary (Lepidoptera). – Acta Naturalia Pannonica 2: 9-66.
Abstract: This is the first catalogue of Microlepidoptera in the Mecsek Mts. This Hungarian mountain range has a somewhat Mediterranean climate. Data on the presence and distribution of 879 species are given. Data in earlier publications are critically examined. The presence of species placed in square brackets requires confirmation. The families involved are characterized in detail. Special comments are made on Tosirips magyarus (Tortricidae) and Capperia fusca (Pterophoridae), which are new to Hungary.
Sár J. & Szirtes B. (2007): A Mecsek sutabogár faunája (Coleoptera: Histeridae). The Histeridae (Coleoptera) fauna of the MecsekMountains, Hungary. - Acta Naturalia Pannonica 2: 67-72.
Abstract: Sixty-two species of Histeridae are listed from the MecsekMountains (Southern Hungary). The following species are considered rare: Margarinotus (Paralister) ignobilis, Margarinotus (Promethister) marginatus, Hetaerius ferrugineus.
Szövényi G., Nagy B. & Puskás G. (2007): A Mecsek egyenesszárnyú rovar (Orthoptera) faunája és együttesei. The Orthoptera fauna and assemblages of Mecsek Mountains (SW Hungary). - Acta Naturalia Pannonica 2: 73-106.
Abstract: The Orthoptera fauna and assemblages of the main habitat types of the Mecsek Mts (SW Hungary) have been studied intensively for several years. Thirty-seven Ensifera and thirty-two Caelifera species – among them eleven protected – have been recorded, with significant presence of Mediterranean/Balcanian elements. Species of high natural value are endangered by urbanisation especially around the city of Pécs.
Tóth S. (2007): A Mecsek kétszárnyú (Diptera) faunája (I.). The Diptera fauna of the Mecsek Mountains (I.), Hungary. - Acta Naturalia Pannonica 2: 107-103.
Abstract: A list of 620 fly species known to occur in the Mecsek Mts. (Southern Hungary) to 14 families of the suborder Brachycera is given.
Vig K. (2007): A Mecsek levélbogár-faunája (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae). Leaf beetle fauna of Mecsek Hills, SW Hungary (Coleoptera, Chrysomelidae). - Acta Naturalia Pannonica 2: 131-178.
Abstract: A list of leaf beetle species known to occur in Mecsek Hills is presented. Rare, characteristic and dubious species are listed separately and complemented with notes.
Görföl T. (2007): New record of the Schreiber's bat (Miniopterus schreibersii Kuhl, 1817) in the Mecsek Mountains, Hungary. - Acta Naturalia Pannonica 2: 179-181.
Abstract: Schreiber's bat has been only observed once – in 1999 – in the Mecsek Mountains since the beginning of the 1990s. During mist-netting at the Mánfai-kőlyuk cave in autumn 2006, a male individual of this species was caught.
Görföl T. (2007): Savi’s pipistrelle (Hypsugo savii Bonaparte, 1837) new species in the bat fauna of Mecsek Mountains, SW Hungary. - Acta Naturalia Pannonica 2: 183-186.
Abstract: On 06.08.2007 echolocation calls were recorded during mist-netting by the pond of the Arboretum of Püspökszentlászló. Among 40 recorded sounds a single call is considered to be the echolocation call of Savi’s pipistrelle. Greater horseshoe bat (Rhinolophus ferrumequinum), Daubenton’s bat (Myotis daubentonii), whiskered bat (M. mystacinus), Bechstein’s bat (M. bechsteinii), greater mouse-eared bat (M. myotis), noctule (Nyctalus noctula), Leisler’s bat (N. leisleri), serotine (Eptesicus serotinus), common pipistrelle (Pipistrellus pipistrellus), soprano pipistrelle (P. pygmaeus), Kuhl’s pipistrelle (P. kuhlii), brown long-eared bat (Plecotus auritus), grey long-eared bat (P. austriacus) and barbastelle (Barbastella barbastellus) were also present in the area. With this data, 24 bat species are reported from the Mecsek Mountains.
Nagy G. (2007): Új adatok a Mecsek madárfaunájának ismeretéhez (Aves). New data on the bird fauna of the Mecsek Mountains (Aves). - Acta Naturalia Pannonica 2: 187-188.
Abstract: New faunistics data on the distribution of birds. Still present in the mountain range are Haliaetus albicilla (White-tailed Eagle) and Crex crex (Corncrake).The extremely rare Ficedula parva (Red-breasted Flycatcher) and Aquila heliaca (Imperial Eagle) have disappeared. Phyllocopus collybita (Chiffchaff) and Corvus corax (Raven) are found in many localities.
Trócsányi B., Schäffer D. & Korsós Z. (2007):A Mecsek kétéltű- és hüllő-faunájának áttekintése, újabb faunisztikai adatokkal. A review of the amphibian and reptile fauna of Mecsek Hills, with new herpetofaunistic data (SW Hungary). - Acta Naturalia Pannonica 2: 189-206.
Abstract :A thorough and critical revision of literature on the herpetofauna of Mecsek Hills (South-Hungary) is presented and compared with reptile and amphibian data recorded in surrounding areas. Occurrence data from field surveys performed by the authors in the target area during 2006 and 2007 are listed, along with confirmed earlier information on the distribution of both native and introduced reptiles and amphibians.
Horváth Gy. & Dudás R. (2007): Kisemlős faunisztikai adatok a Mecsek hegység menti települések bagolyköpet mintáinak vizsgálata alapján. Small mammal faunistic data based on barn owl pellet samples from villages along Mecsek Mountains (SW Hungary). - Acta Naturalia Pannonica 2: 207-221.
Abstract: Small mammal monitoring relying on barn owl pellet analysis performed between 1985–2006 in Baranya county included villages in the Mecsek region too. Collectings in this target area yielded pellet material from altogether 15 sampling sites. Based on the analysis of 1040 pellets from 48 samples, 3662 specimens were identified, belonging to a total of 18 small mammal species.