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# 19039
Direct link to request #19039
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Karl2014-10-29 17:01
Country, map sheet, date (discovery):
DE  5102 Herzogenrath (NO)
2014-10-19
Request:
Baumschwammkäfer Triphyllus bicolor ca. 4 mm vom 19.10.2014, mehrere an trockenen Blätterpilzen am alten Bahndamm bei Euchen gefunden. Vielen Dank
Species, family:
Triphyllus bicolor  Mycetophagidae
Comment:
  Moin Karl, nicht nur ein sehr schöner Käfer, sondern auch noch sehr schön aufgenommen. Danke für die Meldung. Viele Grüße, Klaas
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KR2014-10-29 17:59

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# 19037
Direct link to request #19037
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Submitted by, on:   738    3 
Karl2014-10-29 16:51
Country, map sheet, date (discovery):
DE  5103 Eschweiler (NO)
2014-10-19
Request:
Moderkäfer Cartodere bifasciatus ca. 2 mm vom 19.10.2014, gefunden unter Gartenabfällen an der Broicher Mühle. Vielen Dank
Species, family:
Cartodere bifasciatus  Latridiidae
Comment:
  Moin Karl, auch hier danke für die Meldung. Viele Grüße, klaas
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KR2014-10-29 17:58

User photo
# 19036
Direct link to request #19036
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Submitted by, on:   737    6 
Karl2014-10-29 16:47
Country, map sheet, date (discovery):
DE  5102 Herzogenrath (NO)
2014-10-16
Request:
Laufkäfer Cychrus caraboides ca. 17 mm vom 16.10.2014, gefunden unter Totholz im Wurmtal westlich von Würselen. Vielen Dank
Species, family:
Cychrus caraboides  Carabidae
Comment:
  Moin Karl, danke für die Meldung. Viele Grüße, klaas
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KR2014-10-29 17:58

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# 19023
Direct link to request #19023
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Submitted by, on:   481    22 
Inja2014-10-28 19:24
Country, date (discovery):
Hungary  2008-12-10
Request:
This part of photos comes from Hungary, from Bukk Nemzeti Park (north part of country). Mixed forest. Date: 10-12.08.
Species, family:
Lucanus cervus  Lucanidae
Comment:
  Hm, to me this looks like a fragment of the stag beetle, Lucanus cervus. Regrads, Michael   Yes, it is. Best regards, Klaas
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KR2014-10-29 16:13

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# 19021
Direct link to request #19021
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Submitted by, on:   479    123 
Inja2014-10-28 19:23
Country, date (discovery):
Hungary  2008-12-10
Request:
This part of photos comes from Hungary, from Bukk Nemzeti Park (north part of country). Mixed forest. Date: 10-12.08.
Species, family:
Cetonia aurata  Scarabaeidae
Comment:
  Hi Inja, and even this colour variation is Cetonia aurata. Best regards, klaas
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KR2014-10-29 16:07

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# 19024
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Inja2014-10-28 19:25
Country, date (discovery):
Hungary  2008-12-10
Request:
This part of photos comes from Hungary, from Bukk Nemzeti Park (north part of country). Mixed forest. Date: 10-12.08.
Species, family:
Cetonia aurata  Scarabaeidae
Comment:
  Hi Inja, as #19026 that's Cetonia aurata, too. Best regards, Klaas
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KR2014-10-29 16:07

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# 19026
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Inja2014-10-28 19:26
Country, date (discovery):
Hungary  2008-12-10
Request:
This part of photos comes from Hungary, from Bukk Nemzeti Park (north part of country). Mixed forest. Date: 10-12.08.
Species, family:
Cetonia aurata  Scarabaeidae
Comment:
  Hi INja, that's Cetonia aurata. Best regards, Klaas
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KR2014-10-29 16:06

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# 18999
Direct link to request #18999
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mario2014-10-28 07:23
Country, date (discovery):
Slovakia  2014-08-08
Request:
Hi Christoph. Question about #18985 8.8.2014,10mm,southeastern Slovakia Curculionidae sp. A-dorsal view on the same bug B-dorsal view,another bug. Both together on the same plant. I hope this helps. Thank you and greet
Species, family:
Liophloeus sp.  Curculionidae
Comment:
  Hi Mario, this looks really like Otiorhynchus ligustici. But there remains a fair amount of uncertainty. Maybe my colleagues can comment. Best regards, Christoph   No, same comment as Christoph's. Best regards, klaas  Well, at the first glance it looks like O. ligustici to me as well, but this species usually has a very prominent keel on the proboscis which is missing on your specimen. Other relevant characters (endings of foreleg tibiae, tooth [or no tooth] on foreleg femur) are not visible on your photos. I still cannot completely exclude that it is O. ligustici, but I am not convinced. Without other Photographs, I am afraid the matter remains unresolved. Best wishes, Michael  Ok, I have thought about these again for some time, and I believe it is a species of Liophloeus, subgenus Liophloeodes. There are three species in eastern middle Europe (lentus, gibbus, liptoviensis), separable probably only by dissection of male genitalia. # 18985 appears to be the same species. Regards, Michael
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MS2014-10-29 13:28

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# 18985
Direct link to request #18985
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Submitted by, on:   3 
mario2014-10-27 10:34
Country, date (discovery):
Slovakia  2014-08-08
Request:
8.8.2014,cca 10mm,on Lathyrus latifolius,wet meadow southeastern Slovakia probably Otiorhynchus ligustici ID is correct? Thank you very much.
Species, family:
Liophloeus sp.  Curculionidae
Comment:
  Hi Mario, I guess more it is Liophloeus tessulatus, but I leave it for the others to proof it. Best regards, klaas   Uh oh, i have doubts about any possible opinion with this lateral shot from a foreign fauna. Dorsal view is what we need here... Regards, Christoph  I believe it is a species of Liophloeus, subgenus Liophloeodes. There are three species in eastern middle Europe (lentus, gibbus, liptoviensis), separable probably only by dissection of male genitalia. # 18999 appears to be the same species. Regards, Michael
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MS2014-10-29 13:27

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# 19033
Direct link to request #19033
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Submitted by, on:   89    9 
Mr. Pampa2014-10-29 11:14
Country, date (discovery):
Denmark  2014-07-27
Request:
Dänemark, Fünen (West), bei Middelfart, Küstenregion, naturbelassene Wiese am Waldrand, auf Rainfarn, 27. Juli 2014, eigenes Freilandfotos (Bild 3 auf Millimeterpapier). Hier meine ich, es könnte Ceutorhynchus obstrictus, der Kohlschotenrüssler sein. Bitte ID; danke.
Species, family:
Ceutorhynchus obstrictus  Curculionidae
Comment:
  Hallo Mr. Pampa, bestätigt als Ceutorhynchus obstrictus. Einer der häufigsten Rüsselkäfer überhaupt. Entwickelt sich an vielerlei Kreublütern und wird schädlich. Jetzt auf dem Weg ins Winterquartier. Viele Grüße, Michael
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MS2014-10-29 13:20

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# 19030
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Holawa2014-10-29 09:26
Country, map sheet, date (discovery):
DE  5717 Bad Homburg vor der Höhe (HS)
2014-10-10
Request:
10.10.2014, Buchenmischwald, Mistkäfer mit roten Augen?? Größe: normale Mistkäfergröße (um 2cm)
Species, family:
Anoplotrupes stercorosus  Geotrupidae
Comment:
  Hallo Holowa, das ist der Waldmistkäfer Anoplotrupes stercorosus. Von Europa bis Westsibirien, von der Ebene bis in alpine Lagen, vor allem in Wäldern. Überall häufig. LG, Christoph
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CB2014-10-29 12:41

User photo
# 19031
Direct link to request #19031
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rüssler2014-10-29 10:53
Country, map sheet, date (discovery):
DE  8321 Konstanz-Ost (BA)
2014-10-12
Request:
in niederer vegetation, wahrsch. erlenblatt. 12.10.2014
Species, family:
Phratora sp.  Chrysomelidae
Comment:
  Hallo Rüssler, das ist eine Phratora sp. Da wage ich an Deinem Foto keine Bestimmung zur Art. LG, Christoph
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CB2014-10-29 12:40

User photo
# 19032
Direct link to request #19032
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Submitted by, on:   45    82 
rüssler2014-10-29 10:55
Country, map sheet, date (discovery):
DE  8321 Konstanz-Ost (BA)
2014-10-12
Request:
12.10.2014 auf wirbeldost
Species, family:
Chrysolina fastuosa  Chrysomelidae
Comment:
  Hallo Rüssler, das ist Chrysolina fastuosa. Findet man vor allem auf Taubnessel (Lamium) und an Hohlzahn-Arten (Galeopsis). In Europa weit verbreitet, bei uns überall sehr häufig. LG, Christoph
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CB2014-10-29 12:39

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# 19010
Direct link to request #19010
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Submitted by, on:   110 
Pierre2014-10-28 17:15
Country, date (discovery):
Belgium  2014-09-12
Request:
Hallo ! 16 mm .(Belgium 7830 Silly - 12/09/2014). Ocypus ? Danke und Viele Grüße.
Species, family:
Ocypus cf. melanarius  Staphylinidae
Comment:
  Hallo Pierre, auf jeden Fall ein Kurzflügler aus der Gattung Ocypus, die von wenigen Ausnahmen abgesehen eher nicht für Fotobestimmungen taugt. Der hier ist wahrscheinlich O. melanarius, aufgrund des recht glatten und glänzenden Halsschilds (mit Mittellinie) und der braunen Tarsen. Verwechslung mit O. winkleri und u.U. mit O. globulifer am Foto möglich. LG, Christoph
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CB2014-10-29 00:11

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# 19020
Direct link to request #19020
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Submitted by, on:   478    27 
Inja2014-10-28 19:22
Country, date (discovery):
Hungary   No date of discovery found. Please contact webmaster!
Request:
This part of photos comes from Hungary, from Bukk Nemzeti Park (north part of country). Mixed forest.
Species, family:
Trypocopris vernalis  Geotrupidae
Comment:
  Hi Inja, although I'm not an expert for the Hungarian fauna, I think this should be Trypocopris vernalis. Regards, Christoph
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CB2014-10-29 00:08

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# 19029
Direct link to request #19029
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Ursula2014-10-28 19:55
Country, date (discovery):
Croatia   No date of discovery found. Please contact webmaster!
Request:
Hallo, hier noch ein Käfer (~8 mm), den ich Anfang Juni 2014 auf der Insel Hvar (Kroatien) gesehen habe. Um welche Art knn es sich handeln?
Species, family:
Hymenalia sp.  Alleculidae
Comment:
  Hallo Ursula, den halte ich für einen Vertreter der Gattung Hymenalia, in Deutschland gibt's nur H. rufipes. Ich weiß aber nicht, ob es in Kroatien weitere Verwechslungsarten gibt, daher hier nur Hymenalia sp. LG, Christoph
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CB2014-10-29 00:06

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# 19013
Direct link to request #19013
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Submitted by, on:   732    4 
Karl2014-10-28 17:27
Country, map sheet, date (discovery):
DE  5103 Eschweiler (NO)
2014-10-11
Request:
Laufkäfer Ophonus sp. ca. 7 mm vom 11.10.2014, gefunden auf einer Brache unter Grasbüscheln in Broichweiden. Vielen Dank
Species, family:
Parophonus maculicornis  Carabidae
Comment:
  Moin Karl, ich vermute hier Parophonus maculicornis, lasse aber lieber nochmal die anderen drüber schauen, ob ich mich hier nicht vertue. Viele Grüße, Klaas   Dem würde ich zustimmen. LG, Christoph
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CB2014-10-29 00:03

User photo
# 19012
Direct link to request #19012
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Submitted by, on:   731 
Karl2014-10-28 17:24
Country, map sheet, date (discovery):
DE  5103 Eschweiler (NO)
2014-10-11
Request:
Kurzflügler Xantholinus linearis ca. 7 mm vom 11.10.2014, gefunden auf einer Brache unter Gartenabfällen in Broichweiden. Vielen Dank
Species, family:
Xantholinini sp.  Staphylinidae
Comment:
  Hi Karl, wieder einer von den bösen Flugwürmern! Xantholinini sp., mehr sag ich hier nicht. LG, Christoph
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CB2014-10-29 00:03

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# 19016
Direct link to request #19016
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Submitted by, on:   734    3 
Karl2014-10-28 17:34
Country, map sheet, date (discovery):
DE  5103 Eschweiler (NO)
2014-10-15
Request:
Kurzflügler Rugilus orbiculatus ca. 4 mm vom 15.10.2014, gefunden auf einer Brache unter Gartenabfällen Broicher Siedlung. Vielen Dank
Species, family:
Rugilus orbiculatus  Staphylinidae
Comment:
  Moin Karl, sollte stimmen, aber auch hier sollen lieber nochmal die anderen drüber schauen. Viele Grüße, Klaas   Den würde ich als R. orbiculatus bestätigen. LG, Christoph
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CB2014-10-29 00:01

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# 19009
Direct link to request #19009
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Submitted by, on:   109    1 
Pierre2014-10-28 17:05
Country, date (discovery):
Belgium  2014-05-24
Request:
Hallo ! (Belgium 7830 Silly - 24/05/2014). Astenus ... ? Danke und Viele Grüße.
Species, family:
Astenus pulchellus  Staphylinidae
Comment:
  Moin Pierre, sollte Astenus pulchellus sein, aber ich lass die anderen nochmals drüber schauen. Viele Grüße, Klaas   Den würde ich als A. pulchellus bestätigen. LG, Christoph
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CB2014-10-29 00:00

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# 19022
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Submitted by, on:   480    54 
Inja2014-10-28 19:23
Country, date (discovery):
Hungary  2008-12-10
Request:
This part of photos comes from Hungary, from Bukk Nemzeti Park (north part of country). Mixed forest. Date: 10-12.08. Dorcus sp. ?
Species, family:
Dorcus parallelipipedus  Lucanidae
Comment:
  Hi Inja, confirmed as Dorcus parallelipipedus. Thanks for submitting. Best regards, Christoph
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CB2014-10-28 23:58

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# 19005
Direct link to request #19005
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Inja2014-10-28 08:50
Country, date (discovery):
Poland  2014-08-15
Request:
Photo made in Polish mountain: Bieszczady. Mixed forest. Date: 15.08.
Species, family:
Chrysolina cf. graminis  Chrysomelidae
Comment:
  In my mind the same as #19003, Chrysolina graminis, but as done in #19003 I leave it for the others to proof. Best regards, Klaas   As before: No onjection, but also confirmation than Klaas already gave. Regards, Christoph
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# 19003
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Inja2014-10-28 08:49
Country, date (discovery):
Poland  2014-08-15
Request:
Photo made in Polish mountain: Bieszczady. Mixed forest. Date: 15.08.
Species, family:
Chrysolina cf. graminis  Chrysomelidae
Comment:
  Hi Inja, in my mind Chrysolina graminis, but I leave it for the others to proof it. Best regards, klaas  No better idea. Regards, Christoph
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CB2014-10-28 23:56

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# 19028
Direct link to request #19028
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Ursula2014-10-28 19:48
Country, map sheet, date (discovery):
DE  6215 Gau-Odernheim (PF)
2014-10-26
Request:
Hallo, dieses Paar und weitere Singles habe ich am 26.10.14 auf einem Malvenstrauch im Garten (Rheinhessen) gesehen. Kann es sich um Cyanapion platalea handeln?
Species, family:
Aspidapion cf. radiolus  Apionidae
Comment:
  Hallo Ursula, ich denke, das ist eine von den malvenbewohnenden Aspidapion-Arten. Aufgrund der behaarten Fld. denke ich an A. radiolus, aber mit einer kleinen Restunsicherheit. LG, Christoph
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CB2014-10-28 23:49

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# 19019
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Thomas L.2014-10-28 18:27
Country, date (discovery):
France  2014-06-18
Request:
on a Tree, in a park, the 18.06.2014 , in France, Oxelaëre
Species, family:
Adalia decempunctata  Coccinellidae
Comment:
  Hi Thomas, this one is Adalia decempunctata a species with a huge range of variabilty in its colur and the number of the dots. Best regards, Klaas
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KR2014-10-28 19:13

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