Bericht über das vierte ÖEG-Insektencamp: Parasitische Ameisen, endemische Käfer und viele weitere Invertebraten aus dem Biosphärenpark Nockberge (Kärnten)
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Report on the fourth insect camp of the ESA: Parasitic ants, endemic beetles, and many further invertebrates from the Biosphere Reserve Nockberge (Carinthia): The fourth insect camp was organized by the Entomological Society of Austria (ESA) from 20th to 25th of July 2017. 25 people with sincere interest in zoology participated. Many of those are recognized experts specialized on different arthropod groups. 25 localities in the Biosphere Reserve Nockberge were investigated for its invertebrate fauna. A total of 401 species were identified and are listed as follows: Insecta: 10 Auchenorrhyncha, 12 Heteroptera, 10 Orthoptera, 1 Blattodea, 176 Coleoptera, 23 Lepidoptera, 16 Trichoptera, 1 Mecoptera, 38 Diptera, 48 Hymenoptera; Crustacea: 2 Isopoda; Arachnida: 14 Opiliones, 31 Araneae, 3 Pseudoscorpiones; Annelida: 4 Oligochaeta; Mollusca: 12 Pulmonata species. 22 endemic or subendemic taxa of Coleoptera, Opiliones, Aranaea, and Pseudoscorpiones were collected. The social parasitic ant Leptothorax goesswaldi Kutter, 1967 was found in Austria for the first time.