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On this page you can find photos submitted by users. If possible, the species are identified by the kerbtier.de ID team. Sometimes determination by photo only is impossible, in this case at least a hint on family and genus and potential species will be given. Requests to the kerbtier.de ID team can be submitted on the request page. The answered requests are published here shortly (currently 3 hours on average) after submitting.

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# 13952
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GerKlein2014-06-05 09:19
Country, map sheet, date (discovery):
DE  6027 Grettstadt (BN)
2014-06-04
Request:
4.6.2014 ca. 1cm lang, Hallo Forum, Corymbia maculicornis am Waldrand. VG GerKlein
Species, family:
Corymbia maculicornis  Cerambycidae
Comment:
  Hallo GerKlein, richtig erkannt! Die mittleren Fühlerglieder sind an der Basis gelb, was gut zu erkennen ist. Dadurch kann er gut von ähnlichen anderen Böcken abgegrenzt werden. Boreomontan. Von Juni bis August auf Blüten. LG, Christoph
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CB2014-06-05 09:23

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# 13951
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GerKlein2014-06-05 09:14
Country, map sheet, date (discovery):
DE  6027 Grettstadt (BN)
2014-06-04
Request:
4.6.2014 Leptura maculata am Waldrand. VG GerKlein
Species, family:
Leptura maculata  Cerambycidae
Comment:
  Hallo GerKlein, korrekt erkannt als Rutpela maculata (bei uns noch unter Leptura maculata geführt). Einer unserer häufigsten blütenbesuchenden Bockkäfer. Mai bis August zu finden, entwickelt sich in verschiedenen Laubbäumen sowie manchmal in Fichte. LG, Christoph
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CB2014-06-05 09:15

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# 13950
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Macroab2014-06-05 09:11
Country, date (discovery):
Netherlands  2010-06-14
Request:
Hardenberg The Netherlands on 14.06.2010
Species, family:
Anthrenus museorum  Dermestidae
Comment:
  Hi Macroab, this should be Anthrenus museorum. Beetles feed on pollen, but larvae can become a pest in museum collections, and on wool, silk, etc. at home. Regards, Christoph
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CB2014-06-05 09:12

User photo
# 13949
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Submitted by, on:   155    7 
GerKlein2014-06-05 09:09
Country, map sheet, date (discovery):
DE  6027 Grettstadt (BN)
2014-06-05
Request:
05.6.2014 mind. 1cm lang Hallo zusammn, auch dieses Jahr ein Fund von Chlorophorus figuratus. Korrekt? VG GerKlein
Species, family:
Chlorophorus figuratus  Cerambycidae
Comment:
  Hallo GerKlein, bestätigt als Chlorophorus figuratus. Schöner Fund, RL 2. Entwickelt sich in abgestorbenen Ästen von alten Laubbäumen. Die Imagines sind Blütenbesucher. LG, Christoph
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CB2014-06-05 09:14

User photo
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# 13948
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Macroab2014-06-05 09:07
Country, date (discovery):
Netherlands  2008-06-09
Request:
Hardenberg The Netherlands on 09.06.2008
Species, family:
Oedemera sp.  Oedemeridae
Comment:
  Hi Macroab, I think this is another 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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CB2014-06-05 09:32

User photo
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# 13947
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GerKlein2014-06-05 09:04
Country, map sheet, date (discovery):
DE  6027 Grettstadt (BN)
2014-06-04
Request:
4.6.2014, ca 7mm lang Hallo Forum, ist das Cryptocephalus sericeus? Danke und VG GerKlein
Species, family:
Cryptocephalus sericeus  Chrysomelidae
Comment:
  Hallo GerKlein, ja, das ist Cryptocephalus sericeus. Achte mal auf die beiden eingedrückten Stellen links und rechts der Halsschildmitte nahe der Basis. In Foto B sieht man sie am besten. LG, Christoph
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CB2014-06-05 09:17

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# 13946
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Macroab2014-06-05 09:03
Country, date (discovery):
Netherlands  2008-05-29
Request:
Diffelen Vechtdal struingebied The Netherlands on 29.05.2008
Species, family:
Linaeidea aenea  Chrysomelidae
Comment:
  Hi Macroab, this is Linaeidea aenea. Quite variable in color. Throughout Europe, on alder, common. Regards, Christoph
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CB2014-06-05 09:10

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# 13945
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Macroab2014-06-05 08:59
Country, date (discovery):
Netherlands  2010-06-28
Request:
Rheezerveen The Netherlands on 28.06.2010
Species, family:
Kateretes pedicularius  Kateretidae
Comment:
  Hi Macroab, this is a male of Kateretes pedicularius. Stenotopic, hygrophilous, paludicolous. North Africa, North, Central and mountain range in South Europe, Caucasus to South Siberia. Regards, Christoph
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CB2014-06-05 09:01

User photo
# 13944
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Macroab2014-06-05 08:56
Country, date (discovery):
Netherlands  2010-06-02
Request:
Boswachterij Hardenberg The Netherlands on 02.06.2010
Species, family:
Prosternon tessellatum  Elateridae
Comment:
  Hi Macroab, this is the click beetle Prosternon tessellatum. Europe, Asia and North America. From the planar to the subalpine zone. Larva in the trunks of conifers. Regards, Christoph
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CB2014-06-05 08:58

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Macroab2014-06-05 08:39
Country, date (discovery):
Netherlands  2010-05-24
Request:
Hardenberg The Netherlands on 24.05.2010
Species, family:
Deporaus betulae  Rhynchitidae
Comment:
  Hi Macroab, this is Deporaus betulae. In forests, oligophagous on birch, hazel and black alder. The female cuts a leaf and formes an inverted cone in which the egg is deposited. Common. Regards, Christoph
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CB2014-06-05 08:53

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# 13942
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Macroab2014-06-05 08:34
Country, date (discovery):
Netherlands  2009-07-09
Request:
Hardenberg Gemeentebos The Netherlands on 09.07.2009
Species, family:
Gonioctena quinquepunctata  Chrysomelidae
Comment:
  Hello Macroab, this is again Gonioctena quinquepunctata. Regards, Christoph
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CB2014-06-05 08:56

User photo
# 13941
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Macroab2014-06-05 08:30
Country, date (discovery):
Netherlands  2009-05-09
Request:
Hardenberg Gemeentebos The Netherlands on 09.05.2009
Species, family:
Altica sp.  Chrysomelidae
Comment:
  Hi Macroab, this is another representative of genus Altica. A determination to species level requires always dissection. Regards, Christoph
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CB2014-06-05 08:52

User photo
# 13940
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Submitted by, on:   52    17 
Macroab2014-06-05 08:27
Country, date (discovery):
Netherlands  2009-05-08
Request:
Hardenberg Gemeentebos The Netherlands on 08.05.2009
Species, family:
Gonioctena quinquepunctata  Chrysomelidae
Comment:
  Hello Macroab, and another Gonioctena quinquepunctata. Regards, Christoph
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CB2014-06-05 08:57

User photo
# 13939
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Submitted by, on:   51    16 
Macroab2014-06-05 08:21
Country, date (discovery):
Netherlands  2009-05-07
Request:
Hardenberg Gemeentebos The Netherlands on 07.05.2009
Species, family:
Gonioctena quinquepunctata  Chrysomelidae
Comment:
  Hello Macroab, and one final Gonioctena quinquepunctata. Regards, Christoph
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CB2014-06-05 08:57

User photo
# 13938
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Macroab2014-06-05 08:17
Country, date (discovery):
Netherlands  2008-08-19
Request:
Lutten Slobbeplas The Netherlands on 19.08.2008
Species, family:
Cryptocephalus pusillus  Chrysomelidae
Comment:
  Hi Macroab, this should be Cryptocephalus pusillus, which can be very variable: The black bands on the elytra can nearly cover the entire elytra or vanish completely. Regards, Christoph
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CB2014-06-05 09:36

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# 13937
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Macroab2014-06-05 08:00
Country, date (discovery):
Netherlands  2012-06-20
Request:
Collendoorn The Netherlands on 20.06.2012
Species, family:
Stenurella melanura  Cerambycidae
Comment:
  Hi Macroab, that's the male of Stenurella melanura. Europe, Caucasus, to Siberia and North Mongolia. Larvae in decaying wood of coniferous and deciduous trees. Regards, Christoph
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CB2014-06-05 09:26

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Bug2014-06-05 06:33
Country, map sheet, date (discovery):
DE  4622 Kassel West (HS)
2014-06-03
Request:
Moin zusammen, habe noch einen lustigen Cantharis obscura Fund vom 3.6.14 Habichtswald. Für dieses Jahr stehen andere Käferchen im Focus meiner Makrosucht Beste Grüße BUG
Species, family:
Cantharis obscura  Cantharidae
Comment:
  Hallo Bug, ja, das ist Cantharis obscura. Recht ähnlich ist C. paradoxa, die allerdings viel gerundetere Halsschildseiten hat, bei C. obscura wirkt der Halsschild viel eckiger. LG, Christoph
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CB2014-06-05 09:17

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# 13935
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Gabriele_W2014-06-05 04:46
Country, map sheet, date (discovery):
DE  3346 Schönerlinde (BR)
2013-06-10
Request:
Hallo, diesen Käfer habe ich bereits im letzten Jahr fotografiert. Ich dachte immer es sei Cassida vibex. Jetzt habe ich gesehen das C. bergeali ja fast genauso aussieht. Daher wollte ich mal nachfragen ob ich richtig gelegen habe. Aufnahmedaten: 06/2013, Feldweg zwischen Wiesen. Vielen Dank, Gabriele
Species, family:
Cassida vibex/bergeali  Chrysomelidae
Comment:
  Hallo Gabriele, die beiden kann man am Foto leider nicht auseinanderhalten und Du musst ihn als Cassida vibex/bergeali ablegen. LG, Christoph
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CB2014-06-05 09:07

User photo
# 13934
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Gabriele_W2014-06-05 04:26
Country, map sheet, date (discovery):
DE  3347 Bernau (BR)
2014-06-01
Request:
Guten morgen, das hier ist ein 100% Ausschnitt von dem Käfer den Christoph als Amara aulica/gebleri bestimmt hat (#13818). Wirklich hochauflösend ist dieses Foto nicht aber vielleicht reicht es ja doch für eine genauere Bestimmung? Vielen Dank und liebe Grüße, Gabriele
Species, family:
Amara aulica/gebleri  Carabidae
Comment:
  Moin Gabriele, die Perspektive reicht meiner Ansicht nach nicht aus, um das entscheidende Merkmal sicher zu beurteilen. Ich zitiere mal wörtlich: "Am Außenrand der Vorderschienen ist [bei A. gebleri] der Abstand der 5-7 Dörnchen voneinander größer als ihre Länge (bei aulica 7-10 Dörnchen, deren Abstand voneinander kleiner ist als ihre Länge)" (Website von Arved Lompe). Ich mag mich hier nicht auf Anzahl und Abstand der Dörnchen voneinander festlegen. Grüßle vom Bodensee, Oliver
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CB2014-06-05 08:49

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# 13933
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Aalbeek2014-06-05 00:54
Country, map sheet, date (discovery):
DE  2030 Bad Schwartau (SH)
2011-08-03
Request:
Ein Altfall. Am 03.08.2011 in S.-H., Timmendorfer Strand, NSG "Aalbeekniederung", auf Wanderweg aufgenommen.
Species, family:
Poecilus cupreus  Carabidae
Comment:
  Hallo Aalbeek, das ist Poecilus cupreus. Danke für die Meldung. Viele Grüße, Fabian
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# 13932
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Thomas L.2014-06-04 23:25
Country, date (discovery):
France  2014-05-19
Request:
the May 19 2014, on an unknown tree, Oxelaere, France
Species, family:
Anaspis frontalis  Scraptiidae
Comment:
  Dear Thomas, although the black Scraptiidae are usually very difficult to determine, this one should be an exception. I think it's the ubuiquitous Anaspis frontalis. Best regards, Christoph
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CB2014-06-04 23:44

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# 13931
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Thomas L.2014-06-04 23:11
Country, date (discovery):
France  2014-05-19
Request:
the May 19 2014, on Crataegus sp., Oxelaere, France
Species, family:
Anaspis maculata  Scraptiidae
Comment:
  Hi Thomas, this should be Anaspis maculata. North Africa, Europe. On blossoming shrubs and trees. Regards, Christoph
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CB2014-06-04 23:15

User photo
# 13928
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Thomas L.2014-06-04 22:39
Country, date (discovery):
France  2014-04-30
Request:
the April 30 2014, in a garden, on Cornus kousa flowers, Oxelaere, France
Species, family:
Anaspis humeralis  Scraptiidae
Comment:
  Dear Thomas, this should be Anaspis humeralis. North Africa, South and Central Europe - Western Mediterranean-atlantic species. On blossoms, common. Best regards, Christoph
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CB2014-06-04 22:58

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# 13927
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Mika2014-06-04 22:30
Country, map sheet, date (discovery):
DE  8035 Sauerlach (BS)
2014-06-03
Request:
Hello, I found this beetle near Munich on 03.06.2014, I think it is Phyllopertha horticola. Thank you in advance. Mika
Species, family:
Phyllopertha horticola  Scarabaeidae
Comment:
  Hi Mika, you're right. That's Phyllopertha horticola. Thanks for reporting. Best regards, Klaas
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KR2014-06-04 22:32

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# 13926
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Bergmänndle2014-06-04 22:27
Country, map sheet, date (discovery):
DE  8527 Oberstdorf (BS)
2014-06-04
Request:
Hinang Sonnenklause 4.6.14 ca. 1000m ca. 6mm Athous vittatus
Species, family:
Athous vittatus  Elateridae
Comment:
  Hallo Bergmänndle, korrekt bestimmt als Athous vittatus. Von Europa bis Sibirien. In Laubwäldern, die Larve frißt an den Wurzeln von Laubbäumen. LG, Christoph
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CB2014-06-04 22:28

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