Seven species of the family Tetranychidae and five species of the family Tenuipalpidae are listed from Hungary. Several new occurrences from all areas of Hungary are given with notes to the host plants. New drawings and scanning micrographs of the seven species are represented and the new and already known occurrences of the rarely collected species are illustrated on maps.
Red lists and catalogues of endangered plant species from the recent decades consider Daisy-leaf Moonwort (
) an endangered or extinct species from Hungary. In June 2008 a new locality with 1 specimen has been found in the Mecsek Mts (South Hungary). In this paper the circumstances of the occurrence are discussed with a short review on the species rediscovered in Hungary and new to Mecsek Mts.
Authors:J. Kontschán, A. Ács, G. Q. Wang and A. Neményi
Five different bamboo plantations were investigated on the basis of the leaf litter inhabiting mites. 11 Mesostigmata and 10 Oribatida are listed from the leaf litters, of which three species, e.g. Vulgarogamasus kraepelini (Berlese, 1905), Nothrus parvus Sitnikova, 1975, Metabelba paravulverosa Moritz, 1966 are new to the Hungarian fauna.
Authors:E. Farkas, A. Guttová, L. Lőkös and K. Molnár
Solenopsora candicans was an overlooked lichen species in Hungary. The two old localities were revisited (one of them could be confirmed) and five new occurrences were discovered. Its current distribution in Hungary is presented and discussed.
Bauer, N. and Mészáros, A. (2000): A Viola collina Bess. új előfordulásai és cönológia viszonyai a Bakonyban. (Newoccurrences and coenological behaviour of Viola collina Bess. in the Bakony). —