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species

Woodland Grayling
Hipparchia fagi (Scopoli, 1763)

kingdom Animalia - animals »  phylum Arthropoda - arthropods »  class Insecta - insects »  order Lepidoptera - butterflies and moths »  family Nymphalidae - brushfoots »  genus Hipparchia

Near Threatened NT

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Hipparchia fagi - Woodland Grayling

female

Author: Yvetta Hájková

Hipparchia fagi - Woodland Grayling

female

Author: Ondřej Zicha

Hipparchia fagi - Woodland Grayling

female

Author: Zdeněk Hanč

Hipparchia fagi - Woodland Grayling

Author: Martin Říha

Hipparchia fagi - Woodland Grayling

Author: Václav John

Hipparchia fagi - Woodland Grayling

Author: Václav John

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Links and literature

CZ EN Laštůvka Z., Liška J.: Checklist of Lepidoptera of the Czech Republic [http://www.lepidoptera.wz.cz/] [as Hipparchia fagi (Scopoli, 1763)]
Data retrieved on: 28 February 2009
EN Fauna Europaea 2.4 [441548]

de Jong, Y.S.D.M. (ed.): Fauna Europaea [http://www.faunaeur.org] [as Hipparchia fagi (Scopoli, 1763)]
Data retrieved on: 9 March 2012
EN SR Djurić M.: Butterflies of Serbia [http://leptiri.beograd.com/index.html] [as Hipparchia fagi (Scopoli, 1763)]
CZ DE Bělín V. (1999): Motýli České a Slovenské republiky aktivní ve dne, Kabourek, Zlín [as Hipparchia fagi (Scopoli, 1763)]
CZ EN Farkač J., Král D. & Škorpík M. (eds.) (2005): Červený seznam ohrožených druhů České republiky - Bezobratlí, Agentura ochrany přírody a krajiny ČR, Praha, 760 pp. [as Hipparchia fagi (Scopoli, 1763)]
EN Jakšić P., Nahirnić A., Petrović S. (2013): Compendium of Serbian Butterflies with Vernacular Names, Bulletin of the Natural History Museum, 6: 75-88 [as Hipparchia fagi (Scopoli, 1763)]
Data retrieved on: 18 January 2014

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Explanations

species extinct in area described by check-list