Yersinella raymondii (Yersin, 1860)


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Nutrition:
Parts of plants and small insects.

Habitat:
Yersinella raymondii inhabits higher growing, warm and dry, bushy grasslands, scrubs, quarries, hedges, blackberry thickets and brownfields.

Life cycle:
Adults are most likely encountered in late summer and early autumn.

Endangerment factors:
At the northern limit of distribution, such as in Ticino, Yersinella raymondii is endangered by the reduction of suitable habitats due to overbuilding, reforestation, bush encroachment and agricultural intensification.

Remarks:
Yersinella raymondii is distributed south and Southeastern European and extends north to the Southern Alps.



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