Arminda palmae Hochkirch & Görzig, 2009


Arminda palmae: Male (La Palma, December 2010) [N] Arminda palmae: Male (La Palma, December 2010) [N] Arminda palmae: Female (La Palma, December 2010) [N] Arminda palmae: Female (La Palma, December 2010) [N] Arminda palmae: Female (La Palma, December 2010) [N] Arminda palmae: Female (La Palma, December 2010) [N] Arminda palmae: Habitat in the north of La Palma (December 2010) [N] Arminda palmae: Habitat on a clearing in the pine forest in La Palma (east of Los Llanos de Aridane, December 2010) [N]

Habitat:
Arminda palmae inhabits grassy places, ravines (barrancos), rocky slopes and clearings in the pine forest.

Life cycle:
The adults are probably to be found throughout the year. I observed them in December 2010 in the north and center of the island in elevations between 100 and 500 meters above sea level.

Remarks:
Arminda palmae is endemic to La Palma (Canary Islands). On the other islands, there are found other, also endemic species.



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