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# 12710
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Submitted by (date):  51 
Lucgast (2014-05-20 18:44:08)
Country, map sheet (place of discovery):
Belgium  
Request:
Laarne Belgium - 20-05-2014 Beetle unknown...
Species, family:
Pachyrhinus lethierryi  Curculionidae
Comment:
  Hi Lucgast, this is the adventive weevil Pachyrhinus lethierryi. Originating from France and Sardinia, it is spreading in Germany since 2001 from South to North. It develops in cypresses, probably you noticed Cypresses at the place of discovery. Regards, Christoph
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CB (2014-05-20 19:36:10) —

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# 12709
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Submitted by (date):  909 
Christoph (2014-05-20 18:43:54)
Country, map sheet (place of discovery):
Germany   8317 Jestetten (BA)
Request:
Den hier halte ich für Rhagonycha lignosa. Passt das? Wäre die 4. Weichkäferart im Gebiet :) Gefunden am 17.05.14 auf 375msm. LG und Dank, Christoph
Species, family:
Rhagonycha lignosa  Cantharidae
Comment:
  Hallo Christoph, ja, eine Rhagonycha lignosa. In Mitteleuropa, überall häufig. Die Schwärzung der Flügeldeckenspitze kann vorhanden sein oder auch fehlen. LG, Christoph
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CB (2014-05-20 19:37:08) —

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# 12708
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Submitted by (date):  908 
Christoph (2014-05-20 18:40:08)
Country, map sheet (place of discovery):
Germany   8317 Jestetten (BA)
Request:
Wohl ein Seidenkäfer Anaspis sp. evtl. A.frontalis? Gefunden am 17.05.14 auf 375msm. LG und Dank, Christoph
Species, family:
Anaspis cf. frontalis  Scraptiidae
Comment:
  Moin Christoph, ja, vermutlich schon, aber so nicht einwandfrei erkennbar. Viele Grüße, Klaas
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KR (2014-05-20 19:42:17) —

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# 12707
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Submitted by (date):  907 
Christoph (2014-05-20 18:38:36)
Country, map sheet (place of discovery):
Germany   8317 Jestetten (BA)
Request:
Hallo zusammen. Ist das Cetonia aurata? Gefunden am 17.05.14 auf 375msm. LG und Dank, Christoph
Species, family:
Cetonia aurata  Scarabaeidae
Comment:
  Moin Christoph, ich sage nur "Logeeesch!" ;-) Viele Grüße, Klaas
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KR (2014-05-20 19:36:47) —

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# 12706
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Submitted by (date):  906 
Christoph (2014-05-20 18:36:26)
Country, map sheet (place of discovery):
Germany   8317 Jestetten (BA)
Request:
Hm Keine Ahnung wohin der gehört - Ein Stutzkäfer ists nicht ein Marienkäfer wohl auch nicht und bei den Blattkäfern hab ich auch nix gefunden... wer weiß mehr? Gefunden am 17.05.14 auf 375msm. LG und Dank, Christoph
Species, family:
Tritoma bipustulata  Erotylidae
Comment:
  Moin Christoph, dabei ist das ein Bilderbuchtier. Tritoma bipustulata verrät sich durch seinen Habitus und die gekeulten Fühler eigentlich ziemlich gut und die Färbung ist einzigartig gepaart mit den anderen Merkmalen..., zumindest bei uns. ;-) Viele Grüße, Klaas
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KR (2014-05-20 19:38:14) —

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# 12705
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Submitted by (date):  905 
Christoph (2014-05-20 18:26:28)
Country, map sheet (place of discovery):
Germany   8317 Jestetten (BA)
Request:
Cantharis sp.? Hab nichts wirklich vergleichbares bei den Bildern gefunden. Evtl. C. obscura - kommt ihm noch am nächsten. Gefunden am 17.05.14 auf 375msm. LG und Dank, Christoph
Species, family:
Cantharis paradoxa  Cantharidae
Comment:
  Hallo Christoph, hier gibt's zwei sehr ähnliche Arten, Cantharis obscura und C. paradoxa. Ich ordne Dein Tierchen aufgrund des seitlich kräftig verrundeten Halsschild C. paradoxa zu. LG, Christoph
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CB (2014-05-20 19:37:53) —

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# 12704
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Submitted by (date):  393 
Inja (2014-05-20 16:23:41)
Country, map sheet (place of discovery):
Poland  
Request:
Found last weekend in Beskid Makowski (mountains in South Poland).
Species, family:
Polydrusus mollis  Curculionidae
Comment:
  Hi Inja, that's the weevil Polydrusus mollis. Common throughout Europe. Eurytopic, arboricolous. Beetle on deciduous trees and shrubs. Larger (6 - 9,5 mm) than the similar sister species P. pallidus (4,3 - 5,3 mm). The latter lives on coniferous trees. Regards, Christoph
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CB (2014-05-20 19:39:54) —

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# 12703
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Submitted by (date):  392 
Inja (2014-05-20 16:22:58)
Country, map sheet (place of discovery):
Poland  
Request:
Found last weekend in Beskid Makowski (mountains in South Poland).
Species, family:
Bromius obscurus  Chrysomelidae
Comment:
  Hi Inja, it's Bromius obscurus from the Chrysomelidae. Lives on Onagraceae, for Example on Epilobium angustifolium. regards gernot
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GM (2014-05-20 16:35:53) —

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# 12702
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Submitted by (date):  391 
Inja (2014-05-20 16:22:02)
Country, map sheet (place of discovery):
Poland  
Request:
Found last weekend in Beskid Makowski (mountains in South Poland).
Species, family:
Pogonocherus hispidus  Cerambycidae
Comment:
  Hi Inja, that's the small Longhornbeetle Pogonocherus hispidus. Best regards, Klaas
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KR (2014-05-20 19:40:25) —

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# 12701
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Submitted by (date):  390 
Inja (2014-05-20 16:21:15)
Country, map sheet (place of discovery):
Poland  
Request:
Found last weekend in Beskid Makowski (mountains in South Poland).
Species, family:
Harpalus affinis  Carabidae
Comment:
  Hi Inja, that's Harpaslus affinis. Best regards, Klaas
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KR (2014-05-20 19:40:56) —

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# 12700
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Submitted by (date):  389 
Inja (2014-05-20 16:20:35)
Country, map sheet (place of discovery):
Poland  
Request:
Found last weekend in Beskid Makowski (mountains in South Poland).
Species, family:
Orsodacne cerasi  Chrysomelidae
Comment:
  Hi Inja, the elytra seem to be not pubescent, which is makes Orsodacne cerasi very likely. Coloration varies from yellow to black. Europe. Polyphagous. Regards, Christoph
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CB (2014-05-20 19:41:27) —

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# 12699
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Submitted by (date):  388 
Inja (2014-05-20 16:20:00)
Country, map sheet (place of discovery):
Poland  
Request:
Found last weekend in Beskid Makowski (mountains in South Poland).
Species, family:
Agonum sexpunctatum  Carabidae
Comment:
  Hi Inja, that's Agonum sexpunctatum! regards gernot
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GM (2014-05-20 16:32:30) —

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# 12698
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Submitted by (date):  387 
Inja (2014-05-20 16:19:22)
Country, map sheet (place of discovery):
Poland  
Request:
Found last weekend in Beskid Makowski (mountains in South Poland).
Species, family:
Lycidae sp.  Lycidae
Comment:
  Hi Inja, this might at first sight look like Platycis cosnardi, but it is not. I would need a shot from dorsal view, to judge the species from the sculpture of the pronotum. Regards, Christoph
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CB (2014-05-23 01:22:55) —

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# 12697
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Submitted by (date):  386 
Inja (2014-05-20 16:18:25)
Country, map sheet (place of discovery):
Poland  
Request:
Found last weekend in Beskid Makowski (mountains in South Poland).
Species, family:
Ctenicera pectinicornis  Elateridae
Comment:
  Hi Inja, that's Ctenicera pectinicornis, male. Best regards, Klaas
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KR (2014-05-20 19:45:22) —

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# 12696
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Submitted by (date):  385 
Inja (2014-05-20 16:17:44)
Country, map sheet (place of discovery):
Poland  
Request:
Found last weekend in Beskid Makowski (mountains in South Poland).
Species, family:
Polydrusus undatus  Curculionidae
Comment:
  Hi Inja, that's Polydrusus undatus, nowadays called Polydrusus tereticollis. Best regards, Christoph
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CB (2014-05-23 01:17:31) —

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# 12695
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Submitted by (date):  384 
Inja (2014-05-20 16:16:42)
Country, map sheet (place of discovery):
Poland  
Request:
Found last weekend in Beskid Makowski (mountains in South Poland). Curculio sp, I suspect, but which ?
Species, family:
Furcipus rectirostris  Curculionidae
Comment:
  Hi Inja, that's Furcipus rectirostris which is genus Anthonomus today, so Anthonomus rectirostris. Best regards, Klaas
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KR (2014-05-20 19:43:41) —

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# 12694
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Submitted by (date):  383 
Inja (2014-05-20 16:14:49)
Country, map sheet (place of discovery):
Poland  
Request:
Found last weekend in Beskid Makowski (mountains in South Poland). Is it the same species like before ?
Species, family:
Polydrusus undatus  Curculionidae
Comment:
  Hi Inja, that's also Polydrusus undatus (=tereticollis). Best regards, Christoph
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CB (2014-05-23 01:18:35) —

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# 12693
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Submitted by (date):  382 
Inja (2014-05-20 16:13:17)
Country, map sheet (place of discovery):
Poland  
Request:
Found last weekend in Beskid Makowski (mountains in South Poland).
Species, family:
Polydrusus undatus  Curculionidae
Comment:
  Hi Inja, and one more, Polydrusus undatus (=tereticollis). Best regards, Christoph
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CB (2014-05-23 01:19:34) —

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# 12692
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Submitted by (date):  381 
Inja (2014-05-20 16:11:59)
Country, map sheet (place of discovery):
Poland  
Request:
Found last weekend in Beskid Makowski (mountains in South Poland).
Species, family:
Phyllobius pyri/vespertinus  Curculionidae
Comment:
  Hi Inja, I think it's one of the two above mentioned species, but I don't dare to say which one. Regards, Christoph
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CB (2014-05-20 19:43:19) —

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# 12691
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Submitted by (date):  380 
Inja (2014-05-20 16:11:00)
Country, map sheet (place of discovery):
Poland  
Request:
Found last weekend in Beskid Makowski (mountains in South Poland).
Species, family:
Ctenicera pectinicornis  Elateridae
Comment:
  Hi Inja, this is also Ctenicera pectinicornis, male. Best regards, Klaas
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KR (2014-05-20 19:52:13) —

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# 12690
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Submitted by (date):  379 
Inja (2014-05-20 16:10:14)
Country, map sheet (place of discovery):
Poland  
Request:
Found last weekend in Beskid Makowski (mountains in South Poland). Halyzia sedecimguttata ?
Species, family:
Halyzia sedecimguttata  Coccinellidae
Comment:
  Hi Inja, yes, this is Halyzia sedecimguttata. Palearctic species, Europe, Caucasus, Asia Minor, Siberia. A rather common species of forests, living on deciduous trees, occasionally on conifers. Feeds on mildew fungi (Erysiphaceae). Regards, Christoph
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CB (2014-05-20 19:44:02) —

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# 12689
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Submitted by (date):  33 
MiguelBk (2014-05-20 15:06:56)
Country, map sheet (place of discovery):
Portugal  
Request:
The photos aren't good, sorry! But can you say me the species? (Portas de Rodão, Portugal - 18.04.2014)
Species, family:
Polydrusus prasinus  Curculionidae
Comment:
  Hi MiguelBk, that's Polydrusus prasinus, almost common in southern Europe, mostly found on oak trees. Best regards, Klaas
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KR (2014-05-20 19:47:05) —

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# 12688
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Submitted by (date):  46 
BUG (2014-05-20 14:59:18)
Country, map sheet (place of discovery):
Germany   4622 Kassel West (HS)
Request:
20.5.2014,ca 7.00 Habichtswald Nordhessen,Waldrand Diesen bunten Burschen zu bestimmen überlasse ich gleich den Käferexperten Danke und beste Grüße BUG
Species, family:
Linaeidea aenea  Chrysomelidae
Comment:
  Hallo BUG, das ist Linaeidea aenea. Gut zu erkennen durch metallische Farbe (neben grünen kommen auch blaue oder rot-goldene Exemplare vor) und Halsschildform in Kombination mit den "Höckern" in den Schulterecken der Flügeldecken. In ganz Europa von April bis August auf Erlenarten zu finden. lg gernot
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GM (2014-05-20 16:18:11) —

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# 12687
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Submitted by (date):  45 
BUG (2014-05-20 14:55:45)
Country, map sheet (place of discovery):
Germany   4622 Kassel West (HS)
Request:
20.05.2014 ca.7.00 bei stürmischen Wetter,Habichtswald ,Nordhessen Waldrand ca.1cm lang Danke und Grüße BUG
Species, family:
Chrysomela populi  Chrysomelidae
Comment:
  Hallo BUG, das ist Chrysomela populi.Von den ähnlichen Arten gut an der schwarzen Makel am Flügeldeckenende zu unterscheiden (B+C). Oligophag an Pappel und Weide. In Bach- und Flussauen, feuchten Laubwäldern. Paläarktisch verbreitet, Europa bis Japan. In der Orientalis in Indien. lg gernot
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GM (2014-05-20 16:16:52) —

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# 12686
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Submitted by (date):  44 
BUG (2014-05-20 14:51:35)
Country, map sheet (place of discovery):
Germany   4622 Kassel West (HS)
Request:
Bei stürmischen Wetter 20.5.2014 6.30 Waldrand Habichtswald,Nordhessen Ich lasse es gleich rumzuraten, die Experten sind gefragt Beste Grüße BUG
Species, family:
Linaeidea aenea  Chrysomelidae
Comment:
  Hallo BUG, auch hier Linaeidea aenea wie in Anfrage 12688. Hier die blaue Variante. lg gernot
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GM (2014-05-20 16:19:25) —

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