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"Karbachmoos" nature reserve

IUCN Category IV - Habitat / Species Management Area

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location Wangen im Allgäu , Ravensburg district , Baden-Württemberg , Germany
surface 10.5 ha
Identifier 4,186
WDPA ID 164025
Geographical location 47 ° 44 '  N , 9 ° 49'  E Coordinates: 47 ° 44 '18 "  N , 9 ° 48' 59"  E
Karbachmoos (Baden-Wuerttemberg)
Setup date February 22, 1990
administration Regional Council Tübingen

The Karbachmoos area is a nature reserve (NSG number 4.186) in the Baden-Württemberg city ​​of Wangen im Allgäu in the district of Ravensburg in Germany, which was designated by ordinance of February 22, 1991 by the Tübingen regional council .


The 10.5 hectares large nature reserve Karbachmoos is one natural area to Westallgäuer hills . It is located about 5.7 kilometers northwest of downtown Wangen, between the hamlets of Leupolzmühle and Ruzenweiler, at an altitude of 580 to 603  m above sea level. NN . In the hallway cards these are districts with Karsee and Leupolz referred.

Protection purpose

The main protection purpose is the preservation of the Karbachmoos as a typical flat moor landscape used by farmers in the valley floodplain with a high biotope and species protection value. The mosaic of litter meadows , tall herbaceous meadows and near-natural streams represent an important retreat for endangered communities with numerous endangered animal and plant species. It has an important function in the wetland network of the Karbachtal, which is to be promoted through the protection.

Flora and fauna


Among the flora worthy of protection are the following species :


In addition to various types of dragonflies , butterflies and grasshoppers , the fauna worthy of protection includes the following species:

See also

Web links

Individual evidence

  1. ^ Ordinance of the Tübingen regional council on the "Karbachmoos" nature reserve of February 22, 1991 (Journal of Laws of May 13, 1991, p. 207)