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# 13967
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Martin2014-06-05 10:12
Country, map sheet, date (discovery):
DE  7419 Herrenberg (WT)
2014-05-04
Request:
04.05.2014, offenes Feld, > 1 cm, Platydracus stercorarius?
Species, family:
Platydracus chalcocephalus  Staphylinidae
Comment:
  Hallo Martin, mit dem trapezförmigen Kopf und dem deutlichen Bronzeschein von Kopf und Halschild darfst Du ihn als Platydracus chalcocephalus ablegen. Vergleich die beiden mal (Kopfform und -farbe sowie Tomentflecke der Tergite beachten). Mittel- und Südosteuropa, Kaukasus. In der Tiefebene selten, häufiger in collinen Lagen. In Wäldern und an Waldrändern. An frischem Pferde- und Rinderkot, faulenden Pilzen und Aas. LG, Christoph
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CB2014-06-05 10:55

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# 13966
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Martin2014-06-05 10:09
Country, map sheet, date (discovery):
DE  7419 Herrenberg (WT)
2014-04-27
Request:
27.04.2014, Streuobstwiese, an Knautia.
Species, family:
Selatosomus latus  Elateridae
Comment:
  Hallo Martin, das ist Selatosomus latus. Vom ähnlichen S. aeneus durch die Behaarung und das breitere Erscheinungsbild zu unterscheiden. Europa bis Baltikum und Asien. Larve im Boden an Wurzeln. Xerophil. LG, Christoph
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CB2014-06-05 10:58

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# 13965
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Martin2014-06-05 10:07
Country, map sheet, date (discovery):
DE  7419 Herrenberg (WT)
2014-04-25
Request:
25.04.2014, im Garten, ca. 5 mm, Bruchus affinis?
Species, family:
Bruchus rufimanus  Bruchidae
Comment:
  Moin Martin, mit 5 mm für 'ne Bruchide schon recht stattlich. Ich denke, dass ist eher Bruchus rufimanus. Viele Grüße, Klaas
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KR2014-06-05 21:33

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# 13964
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Martin2014-06-05 10:06
Country, map sheet, date (discovery):
DE  7419 Herrenberg (WT)
2014-04-25
Request:
25.04.2014, an Crataegus, ev. Mordellochroa abdominalis?
Species, family:
Mordellochroa abdominalis  Mordellidae
Comment:
  Hallo Martin, ja, eine der ganz wenigen Mordellidae, die man am Bild auf die Art bestimmen kann, nämlich Mordellochroa abdominalis. LG, Christoph
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CB2014-06-05 10:59

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# 13963
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chris2014-06-05 10:03
Country, map sheet, date (discovery):
CH  8414 Laufenburg (Baden) (BA)
2014-05-17
Request:
valgus hemipterus? ( 8 mm klein)Fundumstände: "Hoppla!" sagt der Kleine und stolpert über seine eignen Beine. "Es ginge besser", klagt er mir, "hätt ich zwei Beine oder höchstens vier!" Schweiz, Aargau, Waldlichtung Kaisten 330 m üNN, 17.05.2014
Species, family:
Valgus hemipterus  Scarabaeidae
Comment:
  Hallo Chris, dafür hat er, so darf ich schreiben, kein Problem mit den Bandscheiben. LG, Christoph
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CB2014-06-05 11:01

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# 13962
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Martin2014-06-05 10:03
Country, map sheet, date (discovery):
DE  7419 Herrenberg (WT)
2014-04-22
Request:
22.04.2014, im Garten, eher kleine Art, ca. 12 mm.
Species, family:
Cidnopus pilosus  Elateridae
Comment:
  Hallo Martin, es handelt sich um den Schnellkäfer Cidnopus pilosus, die häufigste der drei heimischen Arten dieser Gattung. LG, Christoph
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CB2014-06-05 11:04

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Martin2014-06-05 10:01
Country, map sheet, date (discovery):
DE  7520 Mössingen (WT)
2014-04-20
Request:
20.04.2014, Laubmischwald, an Fagus, ca. 15 mm.
Species, family:
Agriotes pilosellus  Elateridae
Comment:
  Hallo Martin, das ist Agriotes pilosellus. Von Spanien über Mitteleuropa bis Russland. In den Wälder der niederen Lagen. LG, Christoph
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CB2014-06-05 11:05

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Martin2014-06-05 09:58
Country, map sheet, date (discovery):
DE  7521 Reutlingen (WT)
2014-04-20
Request:
20.04.2014, Laubmischwald, an Acer, ca. 2 mm, ev. Rhamphus.
Species, family:
Rhynchaenus fagi  Curculionidae
Comment:
  Hallo Martin, das sollte Rhynchaenus fagi sein. Inzwischen wird er in die Gattung Orchestes gestellt. In Laub- und Mischwäldern an Rotbuche. Sehr häufig. In Europa ohne die iberische Halbinsel. LG, Christoph
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CB2014-06-05 11:06

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Martin2014-06-05 09:55
Country, map sheet, date (discovery):
DE  7521 Reutlingen (WT)
2014-04-20
Request:
20.04., Laubmischwald, ev. Phyllobius oblongus Viele Grüße Martin
Species, family:
Phyllobius oblongus  Curculionidae
Comment:
  Hallo Martin, ja, das ist ein Phyllobius oblongus. Unbeschuppt mit der abstehenden Behaarung auf den Flügeldecken kommt da nichts anderes in Frage. In der Nominatform sind die Flügeldecken braun, es gibt aber auch eine Variante mit dunklen Flügeldecken. In Mitteleuropa überall häufig polyphag an verschiedenen Sträuchern und Bäume, z.B. Ahorn, Linde, Eiche, Pappel, Weide, Schlehe, Weißdorn und einige mehr. LG, Christoph
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CB2014-06-05 11:07

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Macroab2014-06-05 09:52
Country, date (discovery):
Netherlands  2014-05-17
Request:
Hardenberg The Netherlands on 17.05.2014
Species, family:
Chrysomelidae sp.  Chrysomelidae
Comment:
  Hi Macroab, all I can tell is, that this is some kind of larva of family Chrysomelidae. Best regards, Klaas
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KR2014-06-05 21:36

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Macroab2014-06-05 09:44
Country, date (discovery):
Netherlands  2007-05-21
Request:
Stegeren The Netherlands on 21.05.2007
Species, family:
Magdalis cerasi  Curculionidae
Comment:
  Hello Macroab, this is Magdalis cerasi, throughout Europe and North Afraca, very common in central Europe. Develops in twigs of fruit trees. Regards, Michael
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MS2014-06-05 11:53

User photo
# 13955
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Macroab2014-06-05 09:41
Country, date (discovery):
Netherlands  2008-06-10
Request:
Brucht The Netherlands on 10.06.2008
Species, family:
Rhynchites cupreus  Rhynchitidae
Comment:
  Hi Macroab, this is Rhynchites cupreus. Europe to Siberia and East Asia. On shrubs and trees of the Rosaceae family. Development of the larvae in the buds and later on in the fruits, which fall off the tree. Pupation in the soil. Can become a pest, e.g. in apple cultivation. Regards, Christoph
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CB2014-06-05 11:22

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Macroab2014-06-05 09:35
Country, date (discovery):
Netherlands  2014-05-02
Request:
Heemserveen The Netherlands in a Colza field on 02.05.2014
Species, family:
Meligethes cf. aeneus  Nitidulidae
Comment:
  Hi Macroab, I think this should be the ubiquitous Meligethes aeneus. But as there are numerous species in this genus which kind of look all the same ;-), there remains some residual uncertainty. Regards, Christoph
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CB2014-06-05 09:38

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GerKlein2014-06-05 09:23
Country, map sheet, date (discovery):
DE  6027 Grettstadt (BN)
2014-06-04
Request:
4.6.2014 auf Kartoffelfeld der Kartoffelkäfer- Leptinotarsa decemlineata. VG GerKlein
Species, family:
Leptinotarsa decemlineata  Chrysomelidae
Comment:
  Hallo GerKlein, danke für die Meldung dieser Leptinotarsa decemlineata. LG, Christoph
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CB2014-06-05 09:30

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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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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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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

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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

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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

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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

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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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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

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