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# 3535
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Submitted by, on:  User 86 
Requests of user InjaCalendar2013-05-10 10:22 User dashboard
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Requests from country Poland  Calendar 2013-05-09
Request:
Found yesterday (09.05.2013) in Bielsko-Biala (South Poland). Decidouos forest.
Species, family:
Requests for species Barynotus sp.  Requests for family Curculionidae
Comment:
  Hi Inja, this is either Barynotus moerens or Barynotus makolskii, which is not present in Germany but in Poland, and is very similar with B. moerens. Regards, Christoph
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Answers from admin CBCalendar2013-05-10 19:34

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# 3534
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Submitted by, on:  User 85 
Requests of user InjaCalendar2013-05-10 10:21 User dashboard
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Requests from country Poland  Calendar 2013-05-09
Request:
Found yesterday (09.05.2013) in Bielsko-Biala (South Poland). Decidouos forest.
Species, family:
Requests for species Oedemera sp.  Requests for family Oedemeridae
Comment:
  Hi Inja, that's a representative of the Oedemera lurida complex, consisting of O. lurida, O.virescens, O. monticola and (not in Germany, but Poland) O. subrobusta. I don't dare to give a det to species level here. O. lurida is excluded though - thickened rear femora. Regards, Christoph
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Answers from admin CBCalendar2013-05-10 19:27

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# 3533
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Submitted by, on:  User 84 
Requests of user InjaCalendar2013-05-10 10:21 User dashboard
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Requests from country Poland  Calendar 2013-05-09
Request:
Found yesterday (09.05.2013) in Bielsko-Biala (South Poland). Decidouos forest.
Species, family:
Requests for species Athous sp.  Requests for family Elateridae
Comment:
  Hey Inja, I think to make the next step in the Athous case, you might like to get some scientific determination literature for the Polish Athous fauna and try. I think this kind of mass determination of Athous won't lead us to where we really want to go - neither you nor us. Best regards, Christoph
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Answers from admin CBCalendar2013-05-10 19:11

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# 3532
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Submitted by, on:  User 83 
Requests of user InjaCalendar2013-05-10 10:20 User dashboard
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Requests from country Poland  Calendar 2013-05-09
Request:
Found yesterday (09.05.2013) in Bielsko-Biala (South Poland). Decidouos forest. Athous sp. ?
Species, family:
Requests for species Athous sp.  Requests for family Elateridae
Comment:
  Hi Inja, yes, I think it's better to stay with Athous sp. here. Regards, Christoph
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Answers from admin CBCalendar2013-05-10 19:06

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# 3531
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Submitted by, on:  User 82 
Requests of user InjaCalendar2013-05-10 10:19 User dashboard
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Requests from country Poland  Calendar 2013-05-09
Request:
Found yesterday (09.05.2013) in Bielsko-Biala (South Poland). Decidouos forest. B. ochraceus too ? He chainged plant in my exploration area :)
Species, family:
Requests for species Byturus cf. ochraceus  Requests for family Byturidae
Comment:
  Hi Inja, the eyes are not well visible in both of your shots, so I can only guess here a bit. But you know how to get to the final decision. Regards, Christoph
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Answers from admin CBCalendar2013-05-10 18:43

# 3530
Direct link #3530
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Submitted by, on:  User 81   Species 10 
Requests of user InjaCalendar2013-05-10 10:16 User dashboard
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Requests from country Poland  Calendar 2013-05-09
Request:
Found yesterday (09.05.2013) in Bielsko-Biala (South Poland). Decidouos forest. S. asperatus ?
Species, family:
Requests for species Sciaphilus asperatus  Requests for family Curculionidae
Comment:
  Hi Inja, another Sciaphilus asperatus. In shady, humid places on herbaceous plants. Polyphagous. From Europe to Siberia, introduced to North America. Common. Regards, Christoph
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Answers from admin CBCalendar2013-05-10 18:41

# 3529
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Submitted by, on:  User 80   Species 3 
Requests of user InjaCalendar2013-05-10 10:15 User dashboard
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Requests from country Poland  Calendar 2013-05-09
Request:
Found yesterday (09.05.2013) in Bielsko-Biala (South Poland). Decidouos forest.
Species, family:
Requests for species Exochomus quadripustulatus  Requests for family Coccinellidae
Comment:
  Not 100% sure but I would tend to Exochomus quadripustulatus (I am not aware of possible similar species in your region ...). Oliver   Should be the only species of the genus in Poland and therefore correct. Regards, Christoph
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Answers from admin CBCalendar2013-05-10 18:36

# 3528
Direct link #3528
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Submitted by, on:  User 79   Species 2 
Requests of user InjaCalendar2013-05-10 10:14 User dashboard
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Requests from country Poland  Calendar 2013-05-09
Request:
Found yesterday (09.05.2013) in Bielsko-Biala (South Poland). Decidouos forest. Very small :)
Species, family:
Requests for species Protapion fulvipes  Requests for family Apionidae
Comment:
  Hi Inja, this is a representative of genus Protapion. There are two species that are likely, P. fulvipes and P. nigritarse. I would think it's the first one, due to the club of the antenna, which is not clearly separated from the middle articles of the antenna (in terms of width). With some uncertainty. Regards, Christoph
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Answers from admin CBCalendar2013-05-10 20:46

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# 3527
Direct link #3527
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Submitted by, on:  User 78   Species 20 
Requests of user InjaCalendar2013-05-10 10:14 User dashboard
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Requests from country Poland  Calendar 2013-05-09
Request:
Found yesterday (09.05.2013) in Bielsko-Biala (South Poland). Decidouos forest. I searched only dark L. tessulatus and I think that the black one, shot last time, is L. tessulatus too. I asked about it on polish forum and this fact was confirmed :)
Species, family:
Requests for species Liophloeus tessulatus  Requests for family Curculionidae
Comment:
  Hi Inja, I thought so, but it's better in this case to have the confirmation of experts for the Polish fauna. Good to let us know here! Thanks & regards, Christoph
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Answers from admin CBCalendar2013-05-10 18:38

# 3526
Direct link #3526
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Submitted by, on:  User 77   Species 12 
Requests of user InjaCalendar2013-05-10 10:12 User dashboard
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Requests from country Poland  Calendar 2013-05-09
Request:
Found yesterday (09.05.2013) in Bielsko-Biala (South Poland). Decidouos forest.
Species, family:
Requests for species Phyllobius calcaratus  Requests for family Curculionidae
Comment:
  Hi Inja, that should be another Phyllobius calcaratus (nowadays P. glaucus). Common species on deciduous trees and shrubs. Regards, Christoph
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Answers from admin CBCalendar2013-05-10 20:33

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# 3525
Direct link #3525
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Submitted by, on:  User 76   Species 8 
Requests of user InjaCalendar2013-05-10 10:11 User dashboard
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Requests from country Poland  Calendar 2013-05-09
Request:
Found yesterday (09.05.2013) in Bielsko-Biala (South Poland). Decidouos forest. I think it is P. oblongus.
Species, family:
Requests for species Phyllobius oblongus  Requests for family Curculionidae
Comment:
  Hello Inja, you are right, P. oblongus. Regards, Oliver
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Answers from admin ONCalendar2013-05-10 13:02

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# 3524
Direct link #3524
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Submitted by, on:  User 9 
Requests of user UrsCalendar2013-05-10 10:01 User dashboard
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Requests from country Switzerland  Calendar 2013-05-09
Request:
Diese ca.1,8mm grossen Käfer finde ich zurzeit häufig im Garten auf niederen Pflanzen. Bevorzugt auf Natterkopf (Echium vulgare).Ich vermute, er gehört auch zu den Halticinae und kann nicht bis auf die Art nach Fotos bestimmt werden,vielleicht bis zur Gattung?? Vielen Dank LG Urs
Species, family:
Requests for species Longitarsus sp.  Requests for family Chrysomelidae
Comment:
  Hallo Urs, der sollte zur Gattung Longitarsus gehören. Auf Echium treiben sich etliche der Arten herum und Longitarsus bestimmen ich - bis auf ganz wenige Ausnahmen - am Foto definitiv nicht. Grüße, Christoph
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Answers from admin CBCalendar2013-05-10 20:17

# 3522
Direct link #3522
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Submitted by, on:  User 15 
Requests of user JohanCalendar2013-05-10 08:18 User dashboard
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Requests from country Belgium  Calendar 2013-05-09
Request:
Heverlee, Belgium, 9.5.2013, estimated size:~6 mm; on common hazel, swift, and flew away before I could make closer pictures. Looks like Elodes minuta, but I remain with doubts. Thanks for help!
Species, family:
Requests for species Elodes sp.  Requests for family Scirtidae
Comment:
  Hi Johan, this is a representative of the genus Elodes, and there one of the 5 species of the so called minuta group. Unfortunately, the species in this group can be only distinguished by dissection and examination of the aedoeagus of the male. Regards, Christoph
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Answers from admin CBCalendar2013-05-10 20:54

# 3521
Direct link #3521
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Submitted by, on:  User 1 Crown   Species 5 
Requests of user wir-myCalendar2013-05-09 23:12 User dashboard
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Requests from country Unknown  Calendar  No discovery dateNo date of discovery found. Please contact webmaster!
Request:
Spaziergang
Species, family:
Requests for species Lamia textor  Requests for family Cerambycidae
Comment:
  Moin, ein paar mehr Infos sollten schon rüber kommen. Am besten mit einer Messtischblattangabe, damit unsere Arbeit auch ein bisschen Lohn für uns hat und wir den Nachweis in Form eines Punktes auf der Landkarte verwerten können. Viele Grüße, Klaas   Klaas hat recht, aber wollen wir mal nicht zu streng sein: Das ist Lamia textor, der Weberbock. Kommt bundesweit vor, ist aber selten (RL 2). Von Mai bis August anzutreffen. Entwickelt sich in Weiden und Pappeln. Schöner Fund! LG, Christoph PS: Nächstes Mal bitte 'ne schöne Anfragen schreiben, gell.
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Answers from admin CBCalendar2013-05-10 00:00

# 3520
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Submitted by, on:  User 514   Species 10 
Requests of user ChristophCalendar2013-05-09 22:17 User dashboard
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Country DE  Records from map sheet 8315 Waldshut-Tiengen (BA) Admission
Calendar 2013-05-06
Request:
Den hier gabs auch noch in dunkelgrün und bläulich :) Gefunden an einem kleinen Teich. Könnte das Plateumaris sericea sein? (06.05.13) LG und vielen Dank, Christoph
Species, family:
Requests for species Plateumaris sericea  Requests for family Chrysomelidae
Comment:
  Hallo Christoph, yup, da würde ich zustimmen. Diese Art ist recht farbvariabel, es gibt sie in metallisch grün, blau, violett, rot. In Europa, im Osten bis Sibirien und Japan. An den Ufern stehender und langsam fließender Gewässer. Lebt an Sumpfschwertlilie (Iris pseudacorus), an verschiedenen Seggenarten (Carex sp.) sowie der Binsenschneide (Cladium mariscus). LG, Christoph
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Answers from admin CBCalendar2013-05-09 22:27

# 3519
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Submitted by, on:  User 513 
Requests of user ChristophCalendar2013-05-09 22:15 User dashboard
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Country DE  Records from map sheet 8315 Waldshut-Tiengen (BA) No admission
Calendar 2013-05-06
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Müsste eigentlich unverwechselbar Lilioceris merdigera sein. Ist echt komisch - bei uns unten hab ich noch nicht einmal Lilioceris lilii gefunden... Passt das? LG und dank, Christoph (06.05.13)
Species, family:
Requests for species Lilioceris sp.  Requests for family Chrysomelidae
Comment:
  Hallo Christoph, korrekt bestimmt als Lilioceris merdigera, das "Maiglöckchenhähnchen". Paläarktisch verbreitet. Von April bis September an Lilien- und Lauchgewächsen zu finden. Kann in Zwiebelkulturen schädlich werden. LG, Christoph   Revision wegen L. schneideri, letztere ist nur am Genital unterscheidbar. Lebt nur am Türkenbund (Lilium martagon).
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Answers from admin CBCalendar2013-05-09 22:21

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# 3518
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Submitted by, on:  User 512 
Requests of user ChristophCalendar2013-05-09 22:12 User dashboard
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Country DE  Records from map sheet 8315 Waldshut-Tiengen (BA) No admission
Calendar 2013-05-06
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Bei diesem kleinen Käfer bin ich ratlos... Kann man da was machen? LG und Dank, Christoph ()06.05.13
Species, family:
Requests for species Phaedon cf. armoraciae  Requests for family Chrysomelidae
Comment:
  Hallo Christoph, der gehört zu den Blattkäfern und dort in die Gattung Phaedon. Nach allem, was ich sehe Phaedon armoraciae, aber mit kleiner Restunsicherheit, da Phaedon am Foto tricky ist. LG, Christoph
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Answers from admin CBCalendar2013-05-09 22:31

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# 3517
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Submitted by, on:  User 511   Species 19 
Requests of user ChristophCalendar2013-05-09 22:11 User dashboard
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Country DE  Records from map sheet 8315 Waldshut-Tiengen (BA) Admission
Calendar 2013-05-06
Request:
Nocheinmal der Dickmaulrüssler Phyllobius calcaratus? auch vom 06.5.13. LG und Dank, Christoph
Species, family:
Requests for species Liophloeus tessulatus  Requests for family Curculionidae
Comment:
  Hallo Christoph, das ist Liophloeus tessulatus. Er ist häufig anzutreffen und lebt in feuchten und kühlen Lebensräumen wie Bachtälern, Waldrändern, aber auch zum teil in Gärten. An Dolden- und Efeugewächsen. LG, Christoph
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Answers from admin CBCalendar2013-05-09 22:24

# 3516
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Submitted by, on:  User 510   Species 19 
Requests of user ChristophCalendar2013-05-09 22:10 User dashboard
Country, map sheet, date (discovery):
Country DE  Records from map sheet 8315 Waldshut-Tiengen (BA) Admission
Calendar 2013-05-06
Request:
Jaa ich weiß, eine Aufnahme von unten wäre hilfreich und wenn man die Beine genauer sehen würde... hab aber leider nur diese Aufnahme von oben. Kann man trotzdem auf Cetonia aurata kommen? LG Christoph (06.05.13)
Species, family:
Requests for species Cetonia aurata  Requests for family Scarabaeidae
Comment:
  Hallo Christoph, ja das sollte Cetonia aurata sein. Wie gesagt, 100%ige Sicherheit gibt es zwar nur mit einem Bild des Mesosternalfortsatzes an der Unterseite, aber ich bin auch so recht sicher. In ganz Europa von April bis in den Oktober hinein zu finden. Blütenbesucher. LG, Christoph
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Answers from admin CBCalendar2013-05-09 22:22

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# 3515
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Submitted by, on:  User 509   Species 13 
Requests of user ChristophCalendar2013-05-09 22:07 User dashboard
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Calendar 2013-05-06
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Leider habe ich von diesem Blattkäfer keine sonderlich gute Aufnahme. Dutzende saßen auf dem im Foto C ersichtlichen Ampfer. Einige haben sich gepaart andere waren hochträchtig. LG Christoph (06.05.13)
Species, family:
Requests for species Gastrophysa viridula  Requests for family Chrysomelidae
Comment:
  Hallo Christoph, das ist Gastrophysa viridula. Die Art lebt an Ampfer (Rumex) und kommt in Europa vor, im Osten bis Kaukasus und Westsibirien. LG, Christoph
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Answers from admin CBCalendar2013-05-09 22:15

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# 3514
Direct link #3514
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Submitted by, on:  User 13   Species 6 
Requests of user PiaCalendar2013-05-09 22:06 User dashboard
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Requests from country Switzerland  Calendar 2013-04-29
Request:
Hallo, aus dem Brunnentrog gerettet. ca 13mm. Poecilus versicolor ? Am Kopf und Halsschild sehe ich keine Punktierung. Vielen Dank und LG. CH-Wattwil 29.04.13
Species, family:
Requests for species Poecilus versicolor  Requests for family Carabidae
Comment:
  Moin Pia, es ist Poecilus versicolor. Viele Grüße, Klaas
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Answers from admin KRCalendar2013-05-09 23:09

# 3513
Direct link #3513
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Submitted by, on:  User 508   Species 4 
Requests of user ChristophCalendar2013-05-09 22:06 User dashboard
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Calendar 2013-05-06
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Hallo zusammen, könnte es sich bei diesem Rüssler hier um Liparus coronatus handeln? (06.05.13) LG, Christoph
Species, family:
Requests for species Liparus coronatus  Requests for family Curculionidae
Comment:
  Hallo Christoph, korrekt, anhand der charakteristischen Halsschildbeschuppung leicht als Möhrenrüssler Liparus coronatus zu erkennen. Europa bis Kaukasus. Stenotop, xerophil, an sandigen Stellen, z.B. Bach- und Flußauen sowie Trocken- und Wärmehängen und Weinbergen. Oligophag auf Umbelliferen. LG, Christoph
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Answers from admin CBCalendar2013-05-09 22:23

# 3512
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Submitted by, on:  User 113   Species 3 
Requests of user VeraCalendar2013-05-09 22:00 User dashboard
Country, map sheet, date (discovery):
Country DE  Records from map sheet 3622 Barsinghausen (HN) Admission
Calendar 2012-07-06
Request:
Hallo liebes Team (oder im Moment eher hallo Christoph ;-)! Dieses Pärchen von Oberea oculata aus dem letzten Jahr habe ich noch vergessen hier zu melden. Vor allem so als "Paket" wirkten sie echt eindrucksvoll auf mich! (6. Juli 2012, Streuobstwiese mit vielen Weidenschösslingen) Liebe Grüße!
Species, family:
Requests for species Oberea oculata  Requests for family Cerambycidae
Comment:
  Hallo Vera, danke für die Meldung. Natürlich bestätigt als Oberea oculata. Europa bis in den hohen Norden, Asien. Planar bis subalpin, an Weide. LG, Christoph
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Answers from admin CBCalendar2013-05-09 22:03

# 3511
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Submitted by, on:  User 507   Species 12 
Requests of user ChristophCalendar2013-05-09 21:59 User dashboard
Country, map sheet, date (discovery):
Country DE  Records from map sheet 8315 Waldshut-Tiengen (BA) Admission
Calendar 2013-05-06
Request:
Bei den Schnellkäfern tu ich mich immer etwas schwer. Ist der hier bestimmbar? Hab noch ein geblitztes Bild - allerdings erkennt man die diverse Merkmale ohne Blitz wesentlich besser. LG Christoph (06.05.13)
Species, family:
Requests for species Athous haemorrhoidalis  Requests for family Elateridae
Comment:
  Hallo Christoph, der sollte Athous haemorrhoidalis sein. Europa, Kleinasien bis Sibirien. Käfer vom späten Frühjahr bis in den Sommer auf Gebüsch und Laubbäumen besonders an Waldrändern. Larve im Boden an Pflanzenwurzeln. LG, Christoph
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Answers from admin CBCalendar2013-05-09 22:04

# 3510
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Submitted by, on:  User 506 
Requests of user ChristophCalendar2013-05-09 21:57 User dashboard
Country, map sheet, date (discovery):
Country DE  Records from map sheet 8315 Waldshut-Tiengen (BA) No admission
Calendar 2013-05-06
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Hallo zusammen. Ist das hier Phyllobius calcaratus? Ein unermüdlicher Krabbler auf Wiesenknopf. 06.05.13 LG Christoph
Species, family:
Requests for species Phyllobius sp.  Requests for family Curculionidae
Comment:
  Hallo Christoph, zwei Arten kommen hier meiner Meinung nach in Frage, die ich am Foto nicht trennen kann: Phyllobius pyri (6-7 mm) und Phyllobius vespertinus (5-6 mm). LG, Christoph
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Answers from admin CBCalendar2013-05-09 22:00

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