Maniola jurtina Linnaeus, 1758,

Della Rocca, Francesca, Stefanelli, Silvia, Cardarelli, Elisa, Bogliani, Giuseppe & Bracco, Francesco, 2021, Contribution to the knowledge of the arthropods community inhabiting the winter-flooded meadows (marcite) of northern Italy, Biodiversity Data Journal 9, pp. 57889-57889: 57889

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scientific name

Maniola jurtina Linnaeus, 1758
status

 

Maniola jurtina Linnaeus, 1758 

Ecological interactions

Conservation status

Least Concern for Italian ( Balletto et al. 2015), Mediterranean ( Numa et al. 2016) and European assessments ( Van Swaay et al. 2010).

Distribution

It is distributed in Canary Islands, northwest Africa, Europe, Turkey, north Iran, Kazakhstan, central and south Urals to west Siberia ( Tolman and Lewington 2008). It can be found in mainland Italy, Sardinia and Sicily ( Villa et al. 2009).

Notes

Widely distributed, often abundant; it is common to all types of pasture, such as flowery meadows, grassy slopes, neglected cultivated areas; it is also found along open hedges and wooded edges from the plain to 1500 m a.s.l. Univoltine species flies in June-July ( Paolucci 2013, Tolman and Lewington 2008, Villa et al. 2009).

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Insecta

Order

Orthoptera

Family

Nymphalidae

Genus

Maniola