Arminda brunneri Krauss, 1892


Arminda brunneri: Male (Tenerife, Anaga, March 2012) [N] Arminda brunneri: Male (Tenerife, Anaga, March 2012) [N] Arminda brunneri: Male (N-Tenerife, Los Realejos, December 2017) [N] Arminda brunneri: Female (N-Tenerife, oberhalb Icod de los vinos, December 2017) [N] Arminda brunneri: Female (Tenerife, Teno Mountains, December 2017) [N] Arminda brunneri: Habitat in the Anaga mountains in Tenerife: Rubus along a path through laurel forest [N] Arminda brunneri: Habitat in the Anaga mountains in Tenerife: Rubus along a path through laurel forest [N]

Habitat:
Arminda brunneri especially settles in laurel forests (Laurisilva) or pine woodland (mostly in clearings and edges), but can be also found in other habitats down to the succulent belt.

Life cycle:
I observed Arminda brunneri in March 2012 (Anaga) and in December 2017 (Teno mountains and N-Tenerife). Adults can probably be observed the whole year.

Remarks:
Arminda brunneri is endemic to the Canary Islands (Tenerife).



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