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Coenagrion mercuriale (Charpentier, 1840)

Coenagrion mercuriale (Charpentier, 1840)

Distribution

Distribution Europe and worldwide
Region Status
Svalbard & Jan Mayen Islands-no data-
Italy-no data-
Aland Islands-no data-
Bosnia-Herzegovina-no data-
Denmark-no data-
Faeroe Islands-no data-
France-no data-
Great Britain-no data-
Guernsey-no data-
Isle of Man-no data-
Greece-no data-
Jersey-no data-
Portugal-no data-
Macedonia-no data-
Serbia-no data-
Russian Federation-no data-
Spain-no data-
Norway-no data-
Netherlands-no data-
Montenegro-no data-
Moldova-no data-
Polandabsent
Madeira Is.absent
Maltaabsent
Moldova, Republic ofabsent
Monacoabsent
North European Russiaabsent
Northern Irelandabsent
Northwest European Russiaabsent
Norwegian mainlandabsent
Novaya Zemlyaabsent
Yugoslaviaabsent
San Marinoabsent
Sardiniaabsent
Selvagens Is.absent
Sicilyabsent
South European Russiaabsent
Svalbard & Jan Mayenabsent
Swedenabsent
Ukraineabsent
Vatican Cityabsent
Vóreion Aiyáion (North Aegean Is.)absent
Lithuaniaabsent
Macedonia, the former Yugoslav Republic ofabsent
Liechtensteinabsent
Channel Is.absent
East European Russiaabsent
Albaniaabsent
Andorraabsent
Azores Is.absent
Balearic Is.absent
Belarusabsent
Bosnia and Herzegovinaabsent
Canary Is.absent
Central European Russiaabsent
Latviaabsent
Corsicaabsent
Cyprusabsent
Czech Republicabsent
Dodekánisos (Dodecanese Is.) absent
Danish mainlandabsent
Estoniaabsent
Icelandabsent
Kriti (Crete)absent
Kikládes (Cyclades Is.)absent
Kaliningrad Regionabsent
Italian mainlandabsent
European Turkeyabsent
Irelandabsent
Hungaryabsent
Greek mainlandabsent
Gibraltarabsent
Franz Josef Landabsent
Finlandabsent
Faroe Is.absent
Luxembourgpresent
Britain I.present
Bulgariapresent
Croatiapresent
French mainlandpresent
Germanypresent
Belgiumpresent
Portuguese mainlandpresent
Romaniapresent
Slovakiapresent
Sloveniapresent
Spanish mainlandpresent
Switzerlandpresent
The Netherlandspresent
Austriapresent

Common Name

Dutch, Middle (ca.1050-1350): Mercuurwaterjuffer; English (North America): Southern Coenagrion, Southern Damselfly; English: Southern Coenagrion, Southern Damselfly, Стрілка Меркурія; French: Agrion de Mercure; German: Helm-Azurjungfer; Italian: Agrion di mercurio; Lithuanian: Merkurijaus strėliukė; Slovenian: brzični škratec; Spanish; Castilian: Caballito del diablo; Ukrainian: Стрілка Меркурія; Welsh: mursen las Penfro

Synonymy

Coenagrion mercuriale (Charpentier, 1840)
  • Agrion mercuriale Charpentier, 1840

Experts

ExpertRole
associate specialist
associate specialist
associate specialist
associate specialist
associate specialist
associate specialist
taxonomic specialist
group coordinator