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Leucorrhinia pectoralis (Charpentier, 1825)
Gevlekte witsnuitlibel Yellow - spotted Whiteface Large White- faced Darter L: 32 - 39 mm
     
Relevant Dutch literature (Eng. summary) Gevlekte witsnuitlibel

Gevlekt witsnuit man

Adult (male), De Weerribben, Overijssel, June 10, 2006

Gevlekte witsnuitlibel man Adult (male), De Weerribben, Overijssel, June 2, 2009
Gevlekte witsnuitlibel uitgekleurd Adult (female), De Weerribben, Overijssel, June 2, 2009
Gevlekte witsnuitlibel paringswiel Mating (male & female), De Weerribben, Overijssel, June 6, 2008
Gevlektewitsnuitlibel man aangevallen door Viervlek Adult (male) attacked by a Four Spotted chaser Libellula quadrimaculata, De Weerribben, Overijssel, June 10, 2006
Gevlekte witsnuitlibel man jong Young adult (male), De Weerribben, Overijssel, May 22, 2005
Gevlekte witsnuitlibel vrouw jong

Young adult (female), De Weerribben, Overijssel, May 16, 2004

Gevlekte witsnuitlibel vrouw oud Adult (old female), Woldlakebos, Overijssel, July 29, 2006
Old individuals are very dull but the S7 spot may be less apparent.
Dode gevlekte witsnuitlibel

Dead adult, De Weerribben, Overijssel, June 2, 2009

Biotoop Gevlekte witsnuitlibel De Weerribben, May 29, 2004

Habitat: Less acidic and poor nutrientpoor like the other Leucorrhinia species dubia and rubicunda. Clear waters in peatbogs, forest lakes, marshy ditches with lush and varied with emergent and submerged plants.Sometimes in mesothropic waters in coastal dunes.


Distribution: In the north of the province Overijssel there are large and stable populations. In other parts in The Netherlands wanderers can be seen everywhere.

Flight Season: Highest numbers in June but can be seen from May to the end of July.


Status: Fairly rare and declining. Red Listed as endangered.


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