Northern white-faced darter

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The northern white-faced darter (Leucorrhinia rubicunda) is a dragonfly found in Europe[1] as far east as the Altai Mountains. It is predominantly northern in its distribution, being one of the few dragonflies common north of the Arctic Circle. Its most southerly location is Northern Belgium and it is found through Germany, Poland, Czech Republic, Fennoscandia, Belarus, Ukraine and Russia. [2]

References

  1. ^ a b "Leucorrhinia rubicunda (Linnaeus, 1758) | Fauna Europaea". fauna-eu.org. Retrieved 2020-03-12.
  2. ^ Kalkman Vincent J, Boudot Jean-Pierre. (2015). Atlas of the European Dragonflies and Damselflies. KNNV Publishing. ISBN 978-9050114806.
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Northern white-faced darter: Brief Summary

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The northern white-faced darter (Leucorrhinia rubicunda) is a dragonfly found in Europe as far east as the Altai Mountains. It is predominantly northern in its distribution, being one of the few dragonflies common north of the Arctic Circle. Its most southerly location is Northern Belgium and it is found through Germany, Poland, Czech Republic, Fennoscandia, Belarus, Ukraine and Russia.

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