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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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# 21576
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Rüsselkäferin2015-02-21 18:13
Country, map sheet, date (discovery):
DE  4907 Leverkusen (NO)
2013-05-30
Request:
Noch eine Meldung fürs MTB: Pyrochroa serraticornis, etwa 14mm lang, gefunden im Worringer Bruch, 41m üNN, am 30.05.2013. Liebe Grüße!
Species, family:
Pyrochroa serraticornis  Pyrochroidae
Comment:
  Hallo Rüsselkäferin, bestätigt als Pyrochroa serraticornis. Danke für die Meldung. LG, Christoph
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CB2015-02-21 18:16

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# 21575
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Rüsselkäferin2015-02-21 18:00
Country, map sheet, date (discovery):
DE  5006 Frechen (NO)
2015-02-21
Request:
Huhu! Eine Meldung von Phosphuga atrata vom Waldrand bei Frechen, auf 140m üNN. Funddatum 21.02.2015. Länge etwa 13mm. Hübsch, gell? Liebe Grüße!
Species, family:
Phosphuga atrata  Silphidae
Comment:
  Hallo Rüsselkäferin, bestätigt als Phosphuga atrata. Danke für die Meldung. LG, Christoph
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CB2015-02-21 18:01

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# 21574
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Karol Ox2015-02-21 16:06
Country, date (discovery):
Slovakia  2014-07-12
Request:
Hello. Thank you for an ID. 12.7.2014, Slovakia, 200m a.s.l size ca. 5-6mm Regards, Karol.
Species, family:
Agrilus sp.  Buprestidae
Comment:
  Hi Karol, this is a representative of genus Agrilus. I can't determine it to species level just by photo. Best regards, Christoph
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CB2015-02-21 18:02

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Karol Ox2015-02-21 16:02
Country, date (discovery):
Slovakia  2014-07-12
Request:
Labidostomis sp. ID please. Found: 12.7.2014, Slovakia, 200m a.s.l. size ca. 6-7mm Thank you. Regards, Karol.
Species, family:
Labidostomis longimana  Chrysomelidae
Comment:
  Hi Karol, it is a thankless Task to identify Labidostomis on photos. Thank god you gave us a number of photos shown in different ancles, so it was more or less easy to identify this one as L. longimana. Best regards, Klaas
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KR2015-02-21 20:01

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# 21572
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GertVH2015-02-21 15:28
Country, date (discovery):
Belgium  2013-02-16
Request:
Longitarsus obliteratus ? found 16-02-2013 09:08 in Belgium (ref 73787421)
Species, family:
Longitarsus sp.  Chrysomelidae
Comment:
  Hi GertVH, yes, the genus is Longitarsus. But I can't determine it to species level. Best regards, Christoph
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CB2015-02-21 18:08

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# 21571
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GertVH2015-02-21 15:26
Country, date (discovery):
Belgium  2013-05-07
Request:
Agonum sexpunctatum ? found 07-05-2013 22:47 in Belgium (ref 75870394)
Species, family:
Agonum muelleri  Carabidae
Comment:
  Hi GertVH, this is Agonum muelleri. Best regards, Christoph
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CB2015-02-21 18:04

User photo
# 21570
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Schwabe2015-02-21 12:37
Country, map sheet, date (discovery):
DE  7631 Augsburg (BS)
2015-02-21
Request:
Kleiner Käfer (ca. 3 mm), gefunden am 21.02.2015 in Augsburg (im Haus). Ist das Anthrenus verbasci?
Species, family:
Anthrenus verbasci  Dermestidae
Comment:
  Hallo Schwabe, bestätigt als Anthrenus verbasci. Danke für die Meldung. LG, Christoph
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CB2015-02-21 18:04

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# 21569
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GertVH2015-02-21 11:54
Country, date (discovery):
Belgium  2013-05-12
Request:
Curculionidae ? found 12-05-2013 16:00 in Belgium (ref 76021706)
Species, family:
Nedyus quadrimaculatus  Curculionidae
Comment:
  Hi Gert, this weevil is Nedyus quadrimaculatus. Europe to Siberia. Monophagous on nettles (Urtica). Regards, Christoph
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CB2015-02-21 18:05

User photo
# 21568
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GertVH2015-02-21 11:52
Country, date (discovery):
Belgium  2013-05-19
Request:
Carabidae ? found 19-05-2013 15:09 in Belgium (ref 76246213)
Species, family:
Amara cf. ovata  Carabidae
Comment:
  Moin Gert, I guess it is Amara ovata, but I can't tell for sure. Best regards, Klaas
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KR2015-02-21 20:06

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GertVH2015-02-21 11:50
Country, date (discovery):
Belgium  2013-06-23
Request:
Curculio betulae ? found 23-06-2013 15:30 in Belgium (ref 77084830)
Species, family:
Curculio sp.  Curculionidae
Comment:
  Hi GertVH, I think this is Curculio nucum. Best regards, Christoph   Klaas has doubts about the apex of the elytra, which would speak in favor of C. glandium. Probably better to name it as Curculio sp., unless further opinions from the admin team lead to a conclusion. Regards, Christoph
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CB2015-02-22 10:11

User photo
# 21566
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GertVH2015-02-21 11:48
Country, date (discovery):
Belgium  2013-07-07
Request:
Drusilla canaliculata ? found 07-07-2013 22:13 in Belgium (ref 77582105)
Species, family:
Drusilla canaliculata  Staphylinidae
Comment:
  Hi GertVH, confirmed as Drusilla canaliculata. Best regards, Christoph
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CB2015-02-21 18:06

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# 21565
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Paul Winkler2015-02-21 11:47
Country, map sheet, date (discovery):
DE  6414 Grünstadt-West (PF)
2014-03-20
Request:
20.03.2014 ca. 9mm evtl. Opatrum sabulosum?
Species, family:
Opatrum sabulosum  Tenebrionidae
Comment:
  Hallo Paul, bestätigt als Opatrum sabulosum. Danke für die Meldung. LG, Christoph
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CB2015-02-21 18:07

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# 21564
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GertVH2015-02-21 11:46
Country, date (discovery):
Belgium  2013-10-10
Request:
Bembidion quadrimaculatum ? found 10-10-2013 06:15 in Belgium (ref 79649440)
Species, family:
Bembidion quadrimaculatum  Carabidae
Comment:
  Hi GertVH, confirmed as Bembidion quadrimaculatum. Best regards, Christoph
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CB2015-02-21 18:17

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GertVH2015-02-21 11:45
Country, date (discovery):
Belgium  2013-12-01
Request:
Amara aenea ? found 01-12-2013 15:20 in Belgium (ref 80473492)
Species, family:
Amara sp.  Carabidae
Comment:
  Hi Gert, sorry, but more than the genus can't be told in this one. It is no A. aenea, but I would need to see the beetle itself for identifying it. Best regards, Klaas
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KR2015-02-21 20:05

User photo
# 21562
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Paul Winkler2015-02-21 11:38
Country, map sheet, date (discovery):
DE  6915 Wörth am Rhein (PF)
2013-04-21
Request:
hier ein anderer, leider erlegter Vertreter dieser Gruppe. ca.8mm gefunden am 21.04.2013 auf frisch gefäller Kiefer.
Species, family:
Nalassus laevioctostriatus  Tenebrionidae
Comment:
  Hallo Paul, das ist Nalassus laevioctostriatus. Danke für die Meldung. LG, Christoph
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CB2015-02-21 18:28

User photo
# 21561
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Paul Winkler2015-02-21 11:28
Country, map sheet, date (discovery):
DE  7017 Pfinztal (BA)
2013-04-04
Request:
oops, sorry Claas! da habe ich zwei von der selben Tonne durcheinandergebracht... Hier der "Richtige" mit ca. 7mm von 04.04.2013
Species, family:
Cynaeus angustus  Tenebrionidae
Comment:
  Moin Paul, da hast Du eine Art erwischt, die unsere Fauna noch nicht all zu lange mit ihrer Gegenwart beehrt. Cynaeus angustus ist es, eine tenebrionide, die von Amerika aus hierher verschleppt wurde und sich gut halten kann, vor allem in Dreschabfällen und eben in Deiner Komposttonne. ;-) Beste Grüße, Klaas
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KR2015-02-21 19:58

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Klaus N2015-02-21 11:22
Country, map sheet, date (discovery):
DE  5924 Gemünden am Main (BN)
2009-07-28
Request:
Hallo zusammen, ist das eine Geotrupes-Art? (Weiter wage ich mich trotz der Unterseite nicht vor, da mir die Vergleiche fehlen.) - 28.07.2009 - Garten in Ortsrandlage - aus einer Regentonne geborgen - 230 m - über 15 mm - LG und großen Dank für die zahlreichen Hilfen, Klaus
Species, family:
Anoplotrupes stercorosus  Geotrupidae
Comment:
  Moin Klaus, auch wenn es so aussieht, liegst Du mit Geotrupes gar nicht verkehrt. Der ist nur von der Untergattung in den Gattungsrang erhoben wurden, so dass er heute nicht mehr Geotrupes heißt. Anoplotrupes stercorosus oder Waldmistkäfer. Beste Grüße, Klaas
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KR2015-02-21 19:44

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GertVH2015-02-21 10:58
Country, date (discovery):
Belgium  2014-02-04
Request:
Ocypus olens ? found 04-02-2014 20:06 in Belgium (ref 81604038)
Species, family:
Ocypus ater  Staphylinidae
Comment:
  Hi Gert, with the blue metallic shine on elytra and abdomen this should be Ocypus ophthalmicus. Best regards, Christoph   Hi Ger t and Christoph, this is Tasgius ater (Ocypus ater on kerbtier.de). Best regards, Moritz
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GertVH2015-02-21 10:55
Country, date (discovery):
Belgium  2014-04-16
Request:
Badister unipustulatus ? found 16-04-2014 08:24 in Belgium (ref 83448236)
Species, family:
Badister lacertosus  Carabidae
Comment:
  Hi Gert, a photo taken from the under side of the beetle would make it absolutely easy for you to eliminate B. unipustulatus. B. unipustulatus is coloured reddish-brownish on the middle parts of the thorax and it is the only species of the red-coloured ones, showing another colour than black on the underside (and it is the largest by far). The upper side of this species is very iridescent, which is not in the others. Next step is the colouring of the antennae: first article without or very little darker colouring at the top would be B. bullatus. That's not the case here, so next step: if the front border of the black coloured area is in a bow we would have Badister meridionalis (very rare in western Central Europe). Is it straight, it shows Badister lacertosus. And that's what we can see in this specimen. Very rarely it can be in a bow, too, or in B. meridionalis it can be straight, too. Then we get in trouble to identify the beetle and need to compare the habit of both species or need to see the genitalia. Best regards, klaas
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KR2015-02-21 19:55

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# 21557
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GertVH2015-02-21 10:53
Country, date (discovery):
Belgium  2014-04-21
Request:
Byturus spec. ? found 21-04-2014 10:17 in Belgium (ref 83618629)
Species, family:
Byturus ochraceus  Byturidae
Comment:
  Hi GertVH, this is Byturus ochraceus with the larger eyes. Best regards, Christoph
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CB2015-02-21 18:12

User photo
# 21556
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GertVH2015-02-21 10:51
Country, date (discovery):
Belgium  2014-04-21
Request:
Rhinoncus pericarpius ? found 21-04-2014 12:37 in Belgium (ref 83655765)
Species, family:
Rhinoncus pericarpius  Curculionidae
Comment:
 Hi GertVH, confirmed as Rhinoncus pericarpius. Thanks for submitting. Best regards, Gernot
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GM2015-02-21 22:47

User photo
# 21555
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Paul Winkler2015-02-21 10:33
Country, map sheet, date (discovery):
DE  7017 Pfinztal (BA)
2014-04-24
Request:
24.04.2014 ca.6-7mm auf Biotonne
Species, family:
Diaclina fagi  Tenebrionidae
Comment:
  Moin Paul, das sollte Diaclina fagi sein, aber Deine Größenangaben irritieren ein wenig, da diese Art max. 5 mm groß wird. Viele Grüße, Klaas
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KR2015-02-21 10:38

User photo
# 21554
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Paul Winkler2015-02-21 10:30
Country, map sheet, date (discovery):
DE  7017 Pfinztal (BA)
2014-03-23
Request:
23.03.2014 ca 2-3mm? auf Biotonne
Species, family:
Enicmus sp.  Latridiidae
Comment:
  Hallo Paul, das sollte ein Vertreter der Gattung Enicmus sein, aber eine Artbestimmung wage ich da nicht. LG, Christoph
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CB2015-02-21 20:12

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# 21553
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Klaus N2015-02-21 10:29
Country, map sheet, date (discovery):
DE  5924 Gemünden am Main (BN)
2009-07-18
Request:
Hallo, nach der Pleite mit #21520 bin ich auf der Suche nach mehr Glanz, starken Rippen und anderem Habitus. Wo bin ich gelandet? (Leider gibt es kein besseres Bild zum Habitus) - 18.07.2009 - Garten in Ortsrandlage - tagaktiv - 230 m - etwa 15 mm - LG Klaus
Species, family:
Phosphuga atrata  Silphidae
Comment:
  Moin Klaus, jetzt bist Du bei Phosphuga atrata gelandet. Beste Grüße, Klaas
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KR2015-02-21 10:33

User photo
# 21552
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Paul Winkler2015-02-21 10:26
Country, map sheet, date (discovery):
DE  7017 Pfinztal (BA)
2014-08-29
Request:
29.08.2014 ca.4-5mm? auf Biotonne
Species, family:
Dactylosternum abdominale  Hydrophilidae
Comment:
  Moin Paul, dass sollte Dactylosternum abdominale sein. Da paßt Biotonne schon recht gut, denn der hält sich gerne in verrottenden Materialien auf und auch gerne in Putenmist und ähnlichem. Ich lass die anderen zur Sicherheit noch mal drüber schauen. Beste Grüße, Klaas
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KR2015-02-22 08:24

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