In 2014, a total of 37 excursions were examined, including 16 of them day and night butterflies. This results in more than 1700 found data and new species have been added to each site. At the end of 2014, the current status in the field of day and night butterflies now results in 1,116 species from 13,357 found data. Nearly 70,000 specimens were observed and determined for this purpose.
Particularly noteworthy are finds of red catocalene (owl butterflies), Poecilocampa alpina, Echromius ocellea, yellow ring falter, as well as other species.
The discovery of a gold owl in the Langgries represents a small sensation.
Heinz Habeler is the lead researcher, but data is also collected by Benjamin Wiesmair, Herbert Kerschbaumsteiner, Christina Remschak and Veronika Neuherz. All found data are entered in the national park’s biodiversity database, which now contains a total of 127,500 datasets.
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