Arminda fuerteventurae Holzapfel, 1972


Arminda fuerteventurae: Male (Fuerteventura, February 2011) [N] Arminda fuerteventurae: Male (Fuerteventura, February 2011) [N] Arminda fuerteventurae: Female (Fuerteventura, February 2011) [N] Arminda fuerteventurae: Female (Fuerteventura, February 2011) [N] Arminda fuerteventurae: Female (Fuerteventura, February 2011) [N] Arminda fuerteventurae: Female (Fuerteventura, February 2011) [N] Arminda fuerteventurae: Female (Fuerteventura, February 2011) [N] Arminda fuerteventurae: Female (Fuerteventura, February 2011) [N] Arminda fuerteventurae: Female (Fuerteventura, February 2011) [N] Arminda fuerteventurae: Mating (Fuerteventura, February 2011) [N] Arminda fuerteventurae: Mating (Fuerteventura, February 2011) [N] Arminda fuerteventurae: Habitat in Fuerteventura (Palma de Rio Vegas), February 2011. [N] Arminda fuerteventurae: High-density habitat in Fuerteventura (Palma de Rio Vegas, February 2011). [N] Arminda fuerteventurae: Habitat in Fuerteventura: slopes with sparse vegetation near Cofete (Jandia), February 2011. [N]

Habitat:
Arminda fuerteventurae colonized dry, rocky slopes as well as abandoned farmland and ravines.

Life cycle:
I met the adults commonly in February 2011. Although they are likely to be found throughout the year, they should be most common in late winter and spring.

Endangerment factors:
Arminda fuerteventurae has surely already lost some sites through tourism, but is overall still not at greater risk.

Remarks:
Arminda fuerteventurae is endemic to Fuerteventura (Canary Islands, Spain).



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