Fig. 97 (next page). A. Amager Faelled in early spring with JP and his two helpers looking for infected hosts. In this lush, sun-exposed temporary freshwater pond Helodiomyces elegans, Cantharomyces denigratus and C. italicus (all. on Dryops similaris), Ceratomyces pyrenaeus and Eusynaptomyces hydrobii (both on Hydrobius rottenbergii), and Chitonomyces aculeifer on Graptodytes bilineatus were found. In the more dry area, Laboulbenia eubradycelli (on Bradycellus verbasci), L. pedicellata (on Bembidion biguttatum), and Monoicomyces homalotae (on Atheta melanocera) were sifted from wet flood debris with many mice-tracks. (Photograph: Andrea Schomann). B. The old light open pine forest in Asserbo Plantage is an unusual habitat in Denmark. From sifting moss and coniferous litter around the pine trees, and leaves underneath sun-exposed heather bushes Rhachomyces spinosus (on Syntomus foveatus), Laboulbenia eubradycelli (on BradYcellus ruficollis), L. inflata (on Acupalpus flavicollis), L. notiophili (on Notiophilus palustris), and perhaps most notable Camptomyces europaeus (on Astenus gracilis) were found. C. In the central part of Denmark's only rocky island, Bornholm, the old peat bog Bastemose is located. In the very wet sun-exposed sphagnum moss the rare Laboulbenia oodiphila (on Oodes helopioides) was collected. (Photograph: Andrea Schomann). D. The site "Nordøst for Bispebjerg Station" is one of the many urban ruderal areas that has been shown to contain a very interesting invertebrate fauna and therefore also some exciting Laboulbeniales. From sifting dry moss and leaf litter on this sun-exposed abandoned railway area Symplectromyces vulgaris (on Quedius semiobscurus), Laboulbenia aubryi (on Amara municipalis), L. eubradycelli (on Bradycellus verbasci), L. metableti (on Syntomus foveatus), and L. notiophili (on Notiophilus rufipes) were discovered. (Photograph: Jan Pedersen). E. Bjerge Sydstrand is a typical Danish sandy beach and the type locality of Stigmatomyces thoracochaetae (on Thoracochaeta brachystoma). This new species was found by sifting damp rotten seaweed (like shown on upper right picture where JP has skilled assistance). In the same piles of seaweed Hydrophilomyces gracilis (on Cercyon littoralis), Laboulbenia vulgaris Peyr. (on Bembidion obtusum), Peyritschiella oxyteli (on Anotylus rugosus), and Rickia huggertii (on Omalium riparium) also occurred. (Photograph: Andrea Schomann).
|Date made available||26 Nov 2021|