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en Eurasian lynx
de Eurasischer Luchs
The Eurasian lynx is a medium-sized wild cat native to Siberia, Central, Eastern, and Southern Asia, Northern, Central and Eastern Europe. It has been listed as Least Concern on the IUCN Red List since 2008 as it is widely distributed, and most populations are considered stable. Eurasian lynx have been re-introduced to several forested mountainous areas in Central and Southeastern Europe.
Lynx prey largely on small to fairly large sized mammals and birds. Among the recorded prey items for the species are hares, rabbits, marmots, squirrels, dormice, other rodents, mustelids (such as martens), grouse, red foxes, wild boar, chamois, young moose, roe deer, red deer, reindeer and other ungulates.
Although they may hunt during the day when food is scarce, the Eurasian lynx is mainly nocturnal or crepuscular, and spends the day sleeping in dense thickets or other places of concealment. It lives solitarily as an adult. (source: Wikipedia)
en Glanville fritillary
de Gewöhnlicher Scheckenfalter
The Glanville fritillary is a butterfly of the Nymphalidae family. It is named for the naturalist who discovered it and the checkerboard pattern on its wings. These butterflies live mostly in Europe and across temperate Asia. (source: Wikipedia)
en Spreading bellflower
The spreading bellflower is native to temperate parts of Europe and widely naturalised elsewhere. Its natural habitat is meadows, banks, open woodland, clearings, roadside verges, fallow fields and waste ground. It needs light for the seeds to germinate so may reappear after many years of absence when the soil is disturbed. (source: Wikipedia)
en Narrow-bordered five-spot burnet
This species can be found throughout most of Europe, from Ireland to Fennoscandia, up to the west of China. In southern Europe it is widespread from northern and central Spain to Turkey and the Caucasus. (source: Wikipedia)
en Green-veined white
Pieris napi is a circumboreal species widespread across Europe and Asia, including the Indian subcontinent, Japan, the Maghreb and North America. It is found in meadows, hedgerows and woodland glades but not as often in gardens and parks like its close relatives, the large and small whites, for which it is often mistaken. (source: Wikipedia)