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Peltanova A.,Agency for Nature Conservation and Landscape Protection of the Czech Republic | Dvorak L.,Municipal Museum Marianske Lazne | Jurickova L.,Charles University
Biologia | Year: 2012

The aim of our study is to describe and visualise the spread of two non-indigenous land snail species Cepaea nemoralis and Monacha cartusiana in the Czech Republic during more than 100 years period. Several factors play an important role in changes of the distribution of these species: ecological (climate change), ethological (passive dispersal potencial) and economic (increasing traffic as a vector of spreading). The spreading of M. cartusiana has a rapidly increasing trend. More than half sites in the Czech Republic were colonised by this species in 2000-2010. While the spread of C. nemoralis has been continuous during the last century, the rapid range extension was recorded in the last two decades. © 2012 Versita Warsaw and Springer-Verlag Wien. Source


Carpenter J.M.,American Museum of Natural History | Kojima J.-I.,Ibaraki University | Dvorak L.,Municipal Museum Marianske Lazne | Perrard A.,American Museum of Natural History
Entomologica Americana | Year: 2015

Taxonomic notes are provided for several taxa of Vespinae. Vespula austriaca (Panzer, 1799) and Vespula infernalis (de Saussure, 1854) can be distinguished by the sculpturing on the frons in the queen. Vespula yunlongensis Dong and Wang, 2003, is a synonym of V. flaviceps (Smith, 1870), NEW SYNONYMY, while V. yulongensis Dong and Wang, 2002, is not a synonym of that species, but of V. rufa (Linnaeus, 1758), NEW SYNONYMY. The type of Vespa peruana de Saussure, 1867, has been found in Geneva, and the species is confirmed as a synonym of Dolichovespula norwegica (Fabricius, 1781). Vespula shinanoensis Takamizawa, 2005, is a nomen nudum. © New York Entomological Society. Source


Kocarek P.,University of Ostrava | Dvorak L.,Municipal Museum Marianske Lazne | Kirstova M.,University of Ostrava
Applied Entomology and Zoology | Year: 2015

Extensive research was undertaken from 2010 to 2013 that focused upon the invertebrate fauna occurring in greenhouses of the botanical and zoological gardens in Czech Republic and Slovakia. Occurrences of the alien earwig, Euborellia annulipes (Lucas, 1847), were found in three greenhouses in Czech Republic, and these findings are the first to document established populations in Central European greenhouses. The spectrum of foods consumed by E. annulipes was studied with a post-mortem analysis of the gastrointestinal tract contents. Based on the analyses, we can conclude that E. annulipes is an omnivorous species that, in greenhouse conditions, predominantly feeds on plant tissue. Despite the fact that E. annulipes also feeds on invertebrates, our study points to a small proportion of such food in its diet under free-choice conditions in greenhouses. According to the large portion of plant tissues in the species’ diet, it could potentially be a pest of cultivated plants, especially seedlings and young plants with soft tissue. © 2015, The Japanese Society of Applied Entomology and Zoology. Source


Carpenter J.M.,American Museum of Natural History | Dvorak L.,Municipal Museum Marianske Lazne | Pickett K.M.,University of Vermont
Entomologica Americana | Year: 2011

Study of the male genitalia shows that Dolichovespula albida (Sladen) is not conspecific with D. norwegica (Fabricius). © New York Entomological Society. Source


Rad S.P.,Shahid Beheshti University | Abbasi R.,Islamic Azad University at Damghan | Soleimani G.,Islamic Azad University at Damghan | Dvorak L.,Municipal Museum Marianske Lazne
Zoology in the Middle East | Year: 2010

Based on our data and the published literature, Euodynerus dantici dantici (Rossi, 1790), Euodynerus disconotatus sulfuripes (Morawitz, 1885), Euodynerus fastidiosus (de Saussure, 1853), Rhynchium acromum Giordani Soika, 1952, Tachyancistrocerus komarowi komarowi (Morawitz, 1885), and Polistes nimpha irakensis (Gusenleitner, 1976) are new records for the fauna of vespid wasps of Iran. New localities were found for some species and subspecies previously known in Iran. © Kasparek Verlag, Heidelberg. Source

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