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Vagrant Emperor 2023
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Ortolan Bunting 2023
Natterjack Toad 21-23
Red-footed Falcon 2023
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Southern Grey Shrike 2023
Rosalia alpina 19-23
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Rosalia alpina 2019 - 2023
From Tuesday, January 1st, 2019 to Sunday, December 31st, 2023
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Distribution of the Rosalia alpina in 2019-2023
The Alpine Rosalia Rosalia alpina is a cerambycid beetle (longhorned beetle) protected at the European level and considered a priority for conservation.
It can be observed in mountain forests, especially in beech-fir forests, but most of the data come from lowland forests. The species is quite common in the ash woods of the Centre-Ouest for example.
This bluish species, of big size, spotted with black, cannot be confused with another species. It emerges at the end of May and can be observed until August.
Image caption: The Alpine Rosalia is easy to recognize, don't hesitate to note your observations in Faune-France to further improve the knowledge of the species' distribution. © Ph.Jourde
Map based on collective data from Faune-France and its partners. No use authorized without aproval from the LPO.
Project carried out by LPO France, in collaboration with a network of partner associations.