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Notable beetle records from Germany

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27.02.2010 (published on 27.02.2010)
Record of Phloiophilus edwardsii in the Bössinger Forest near Zeutern in the Kraichgau
Phloiophilus edwardsii
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On February 27th, 2010 two specimens of Phloiophilus edwardsii were found in the forest 'Bössinger Wald' near Zeutern (Kraichgau) by using a beating tray on a rotten branch. The hibernal species can be found from October to March. It develops in the fungus Peniophora quercina, which occurs on oaks. There are recent records from most regions of Germany, but the species is found only sporadically. In Germany, it is regarded as endangered (RL 2).


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