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# 13861
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Macroab2014-06-04 14:58
Country, date (discovery):
Netherlands  2013-07-14
Request:
Diffelen The Netherlands on 14.07.2013
Species, family:
Cyphon sp.  Scirtidae
Comment:
 
Hi Macroab, it is a representative of the marsh beetles, genus Cyphon. I don't dare to give a determination to species level here. Regards, Christoph
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CB2014-06-04 15:35

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# 13860
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Macroab2014-06-04 14:55
Country, date (discovery):
Netherlands  2014-04-10
Request:
Hardenberg The Netherlands on 10.04.2014
Species, family:
Agelastica alni  Chrysomelidae
Comment:
 
Dear Macroab, this is the leaf beetle Agelastica alni. Common on alder. Best regards, Lennart
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CB2014-06-04 15:36

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# 13859
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Macroab2014-06-04 14:50
Country, date (discovery):
Netherlands  2014-04-05
Request:
HARDENBERG THE NETHERLANDS ON 05.04.2014
Species, family:
Strophosoma capitatum  Curculionidae
Comment:
 
Hello Macroab, this is the very common weevil Strophosoma capitatum, compare your request #13778. Regards, Christoph
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CB2014-06-04 15:38

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# 13858
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Macroab2014-06-04 14:45
Country, date (discovery):
Netherlands  2013-12-28
Request:
Hardenberg The Netherlands on 28.12.2013
Species, family:
Chaetocnema hortensis  Chrysomelidae
Comment:
 
Hallo Macroab, das ist Chaetocnema hortensis, in ganz Europa häufig an Gräsern, teilweise schädlich an Getreide. Viele Grüße, Michael
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MS2014-06-04 21:57

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# 13857
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perfect.projects2014-06-04 13:26
Country, date (discovery):
Switzerland  2014-06-04
Request:
04.06.14 - CH - 3292 Busswil - Obstanlage (Apfel), 340 m.ü.M. - Käfer an jungen Apfelbäumen, oft mehrere, einige in Paarung. Viele Funde. Frass an Blättern und Früchten. Stellen sich bei Erschütterung tot oder lassen sich fallen. Danke für die Bestimmung und Grüsse!
Species, family:
Phyllopertha horticola  Scarabaeidae
Comment:
 
Hallo perfect.projects, das ist Phyllopertha horticola. In ganz Europa ohne den hohen Norden, in Südeuropa in höheren Lagen. Larve an den Wurzeln von Gräsern. Imago polyphag an Laubbäumen und Sträuchern. lg gernot
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# 13856
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Bug2014-06-04 13:17
Country, map sheet, date (discovery):
DE  4622 Kassel West (HS)
2014-06-03
Request:
Hallo liebes Kerbtierteam, muß euch noch mal bei diesem Böckchen bemühen,den ich auch gestern 3.6.14 im Habichtswald fand.Da komme ich nicht zuverlässig weiter. Besten Dank BUG
Species, family:
Denticollis linearis  Elateridae
Comment:
 
Hallo Bug, das "Böckchen" ist ein Schnellkäfer ;-) genauer gesagt Denticollis linearis. Im Frühjahr recht häufig in Wäldern und an Waldrändern. Europa ohne den Mittelmeerraum bis Westasien, planar bis subalpin. Ziemlich farbvariabel. lg gernot PS: bitte die Fotos nicht im Panoramaformat zurechtschneiden, wir machen das in der Regel dann passend zum Text.
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# 13855
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Bug2014-06-04 13:05
Country, map sheet, date (discovery):
DE  4622 Kassel West (HS)
2014-06-03
Request:
Hallo Kerbtierexperten, bitte um Bestätigung , "Athous haemorrhoidalis" ? Fund gestern vormittag Habichtswald-Nordhessen Beste Grüße und danke Bug
Species, family:
Athous subfuscus  Elateridae
Comment:
 
Hm, mit den rötlichen Halsschildhinterecken und den hell rotbraunen Fld. sehe ich da A. subfuscus. Co-Admins, weitere Meinungen? LG, Christoph  
Ja, die gleiche. ;-) Viele Grüße, Klaas
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KR2014-06-04 22:26

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# 13854
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Macroab2014-06-04 12:59
Country, date (discovery):
Netherlands  2013-09-03
Request:
Oud Bergentheim The Netherlands on 03.09.2013
Species, family:
Oedemera sp.  Oedemeridae
Comment:
 
Hi Macroab, I think this is a representative of the Oedemera lurida-aggregate, but impossible to separate from Oedemera virescens. O. virescens is 8-11 mm long, O. lurida with 5-7 mm even smaller. Best regards, Christoph
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CB2014-06-04 15:40

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# 13853
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Macroab2014-06-04 12:54
Country, date (discovery):
Netherlands  2013-08-16
Request:
Mariënberg Mölnmarsch The Netherlands on 16.08.2013
Species, family:
Asiorestia sp.  Chrysomelidae
Comment:
 
Hi Macroab, I think Asiorestia (meanwhile Neocrepidodera) should be ok, but I don't dare to determines this specimen to species level. It should be inspected by an expert under the binocular. Regards,Christoph
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# 13852
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RobertK2014-06-04 12:32
Country, date (discovery):
Netherlands  2014-05-31
Request:
Hi Kerbtier, would it be possible to identify this beetle from these photos? Date: 31 May 2014 Place: Strabrechtse Heide, Netherlands Habitat: Heath (heide) Found on: rotting birch tree Accompanied by: Bitoma crenata, Dacne bipustulata and Litargus connexus Size: ± 3.3mm (mm-paper) Kind regards, Robert
Species, family:
Cis cf. boleti  Cisidae
Comment:
 
Hi RobertK, this is a representative of genus Cis. There are not too many Cis species, which are 3.3 mm large, most probably it might be Cis boleti. But there remains a high amount of uncertainty. Usually, Cis should be inspected by an expert for the group on a real specimen. Regards, Christoph
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CB2014-06-04 22:44

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Just2014-06-04 12:10
Country, map sheet, date (discovery):
DE  5930 Ebern (BN)
2014-06-03
Request:
Der 3-4mm-Winzling sass gestern in meiner Küche. Ich tippe mal auf einen "Zipfler" Malachiidae, hab aber keine Ahnung, welcher es mit diesem seltsam gefärbten Halsschild und dem fehlenden "Schlusslicht" sein könnte. Eine bessere Bildqualität ist bei der Grösse mit meinem Equipment leider nicht drin. Gruss aus den Hassbergen
Species, family:
Troglops albicans  Malachiidae
Comment:
 
Hallo Just, das ist ein Weibchen von Troglops albicans. Südliches Mitteleuropa und Südeuropa. An Waldrändern auf blühendem Gebüsch und an alten Hölzern. Netter Fund, RL 3. LG, Christoph
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CB2014-06-04 12:35

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Macroab2014-06-04 11:55
Country, date (discovery):
Netherlands  2009-06-18
Request:
Hardenberg Gemeentebos The Netherlands on 18.06.2009
Species, family:
Dasytes sp.  Melyridae
Comment:
 
Hi Macroab, this is a representative of genus Dasytes. Usually nothing to be determined by photo. This one might be D. plumbeus or D. virens, but that is just educated guessing and not a determination. Regards, Christoph
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CB2014-06-04 12:22

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# 13849
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Macroab2014-06-04 11:50
Country, date (discovery):
Netherlands  2008-05-01
Request:
Hardenberg The Netherlands on 01.05.2008
Species, family:
Dasytes cyaneus  Melyridae
Comment:
 
Dear Macroab, this should be Dasytes cyaneus. Develops un old wood, both coniferous and deciduous. Europe without the North. Regards, Christoph
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CB2014-06-04 12:24

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# 13848
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Macroab2014-06-04 11:45
Country, date (discovery):
Netherlands  2008-06-02
Request:
Rheeze Rheezermars The Netherlands on 02.06.2008
Species, family:
Dasytes cyaneus  Melyridae
Comment:
 
Hi Macroab, another Dasytes cyaneus. Regards, Christoph
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CB2014-06-04 12:25

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Macroab2014-06-04 11:41
Country, date (discovery):
Netherlands  2008-05-03
Request:
Hardenberg The Netherlands on 03.05.2008
Species, family:
Dasytes cyaneus  Melyridae
Comment:
 
Hi Macroab, one more Dasytes cyaneus. Regards, Christoph
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CB2014-06-04 12:25

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# 13846
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Macroab2014-06-04 11:37
Country, date (discovery):
Netherlands  2008-05-06
Request:
Loozen The Netherlands on 06.05.2008
Species, family:
Psylliodes sp.  Chrysomelidae
Comment:
 
Hi Macroab, this should be a representative of subfamily Halticinae, genus Psylliodes (with 10-membered antennae). I don't dare to give any further determination. Regards, Christoph
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CB2014-06-04 12:38

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Macroab2014-06-04 11:34
Country, date (discovery):
Netherlands  2008-07-30
Request:
Hardenberg Vechtdal on 30.07.2008
Species, family:
Crepidodera aurata  Chrysomelidae
Comment:
 
Hi Macroab, that's Crepidodera aurata. Two-colored, undisturbed punctured rows on the elytra and antenna yellow at the base and darkened towards the apex. From May to October on Salix and Populus. Throughout Europe, common. Regards, Christoph
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CB2014-06-04 12:27

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Macroab2014-06-04 11:30
Country, date (discovery):
Netherlands  2014-05-04
Request:
Heemserveen The Netherlands in a Colza field on 04.05.2014
Species, family:
Ceutorhynchus obstrictus  Curculionidae
Comment:
 
Hallo Macroab, auch das sind Ceutorhynchus obstrictus, Rapsschädlinge. Viele Grüße, Michael
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MS2014-06-04 22:03

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# 13843
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Macroab2014-06-04 11:26
Country, date (discovery):
Netherlands  2014-05-02
Request:
Heemserveen The Netherlands in a Colza field on 02.05.2014
Species, family:
Ceutorhynchus obstrictus  Curculionidae
Comment:
 
Hallo Macroab, das ist Ceutorhynchus obstrictus, ein verbreiteter Rapsschädling. Viele Grüße, Michael
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MS2014-06-04 22:02

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# 13842
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Macroab2014-06-04 11:18
Country, date (discovery):
Netherlands  2009-05-27
Request:
Dedemsvaart The Netherlands on 27.05.2009
Species, family:
Leiopus nebulosus/linnei  Cerambycidae
Comment:
 
Dear Macroab, that's either Leiopus nebulosus or L. linnei. These two species have been separated only a few years ago and can be only distinguished by by their genitals. Regards, Christoph
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CB2014-06-04 12:29

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# 13841
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Macroab2014-06-04 11:15
Country, date (discovery):
Netherlands  2009-05-27
Request:
Dedemsvaart The Netherlands on 27.05.2009
Species, family:
Hemicrepidius sp.  Elateridae
Comment:
 
Hi Macroab, this is genus Hemicrepidius, but a determination down to species level is impossible for the two species in question, H. niger und H. hirtus from dorsal perspective only. They can be distinguished by the shape of the prosternal apophysis. LG, Christoph
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CB2014-06-04 12:30

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Macroab2014-06-04 11:10
Country, date (discovery):
Netherlands  2011-11-02
Request:
Hardenberg The Netherlands on 02.11.2011
Species, family:
Ceutorhynchus cf. erysimi  Curculionidae
Comment:
 
Hallo Macroab, ich denke das ist Ceutorhynchus erysimi. Entwicklung vor allem am 'Hirtentäschel' Capsella bursa-pastoris. Der späte Fundzeitpunkt passt, denn die Art ist auch als Kühlbrüter bekannt, die Eier über den Winter ablegt. Sehr häufig auf der ganzen Nordhalbkugel. Viele Grüße, Michael
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MS2014-06-04 23:01

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Macroab2014-06-04 11:08
Country, date (discovery):
Netherlands  2011-11-02
Request:
Hardenberg The Netherlands on 2.11.2011
Species, family:
Ceutorhynchus cf. erysimi  Curculionidae
Comment:
 
Hallo Macroab, siehe # 13840, ist ja wohl derselbe Käfer. 100% sicher bin ich aber nicht, die Fotos sind nicht sehr kontrastreich, und mehr Details (die Füße, der Halsschild, der Flügeldeckenabsturz) würden bei der Bestimmung geholfen haben. Deshalb nur cf. Viele Grüße, Michael
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MS2014-06-04 23:04

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Macroab2014-06-04 11:06
Country, date (discovery):
Netherlands  2008-07-23
Request:
Stegeren The Netherlands on 23.07.2008
Species, family:
Ischnopterapion loti/modestum  Apionidae
Comment:
 
Hallo Macroab, das ist entweder Ischnopterapion loti oder modestum. Sichere Unterscheidung nur am männlichen Genital. Viele Grüße, Michael
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MS2014-06-04 23:08

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Macroab2014-06-04 11:00
Country, date (discovery):
Netherlands  2008-05-28
Request:
Hardenberg The Netherlands on 28.05.2008
Species, family:
Aspidapion radiolus  Apionidae
Comment:
 
Hi Macroab, this is Aspidapion radiolus. In Central-Europa very common on Alcea. regards gernot
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