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# 3563
Direct link #3563
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Submitted by, on:  User 7 
Requests of user gogo5760Calendar2013-05-11 09:26 User dashboard
Country, date (discovery):
Requests from country Austria  Calendar  No discovery dateNo date of discovery found. Please contact webmaster!
Request:
Hi! Dieser grün- metallic-schillernde Blattkäfer ist nun auch schon wieder sehr häufig anzutreffen. Lässt er sich näher bestimmen? Danke!
Species, family:
Requests for species Oreina sp.  Requests for family Chrysomelidae
Comment:
  Hallo Guntram, der gehört zur Gattung Oreina. Allesamt montan bis alpin, und leider nach Foto nicht zur Art bestimmbar. LG, Christoph
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Answers from admin CBCalendar2013-05-11 09:30

# 3562
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Submitted by, on:  User 6   Species 3 
Requests of user gogo5760Calendar2013-05-11 08:53 User dashboard
Country, date (discovery):
Requests from country Austria  Calendar 2013-05-08
Request:
Hallo! Gefunden am 8.5.2013 im Saalfeldner Becken (bayr.-österr. Grenzgebiet am südl. Rand der nördl. Kalkalpen) auf etwa 900m NN. Erst dachte ich an "Athous bicolor", bin mir aber nicht mehr sicher. Danke im voraus!
Species, family:
Requests for species Athous vittatus  Requests for family Elateridae
Comment:
  Hallo Guntram, mit Deinem Zweifel hast Du recht: Es ist Athous vittatus. Von Europa bis Sibirien. In Laubwäldern, die Larve frißt an den Wurzeln von Laubbäumen. LG, Christoph
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Answers from admin CBCalendar2013-05-11 09:28

# 3561
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Submitted by, on:  User 5   Species 14 
Requests of user gogo5760Calendar2013-05-11 08:45 User dashboard
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Requests from country Austria  Calendar  No discovery dateNo date of discovery found. Please contact webmaster!
Request:
Hallo! Ist das auch ein "Athous haemorrhoidalis" ? Danke!
Species, family:
Requests for species Athous haemorrhoidalis  Requests for family Elateridae
Comment:
  Hallo Guntram, yup, auch 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 CBCalendar2013-05-11 09:26

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Submitted by, on:  User 1 Crown 
Requests of user kaeferCalendar2013-05-10 23:26 User dashboard
Country, map sheet, date (discovery):
Country DE  Records from map sheet 1744 Elmenhorst (MV) No admission
Calendar 2013-05-10
Request:
10. Mai 2013 Naturschutzgebiet Deviner See
Species, family:
Requests for species Meloe sp.  Requests for family Meloidae
Comment:
  Hallo kaefer, es handelt sich um ein Männchen einer der beiden Arten Meloe violaceus und Meloe proscarabaeus. Die beiden unterscheiden sich durch die Punktierung des Halsschilds und Kopfes. Grober bei M. proscarabaeus, feiner bei M. violaceus. Das wage ich an Deinem Bild nicht sicher zu beurteilen. LG, Christoph
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Answers from admin CBCalendar2013-05-10 23:50

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# 3559
Direct link #3559
 0 Photo like | 1 Comment like | 0 Admin like 
Submitted by, on:  User 1 Crown   Species 2 
Requests of user miraclecfCalendar2013-05-10 22:46 User dashboard
Country, map sheet, date (discovery):
Country DE  Records from map sheet 3647 Königs Wusterhausen (BR) No admission
Calendar 2013-05-10
Request:
10.5.13, 3,5mm lang Vorratskammer im Müsli Schränken in den Nudeln, Keksen
Species, family:
Requests for species Oryzaephilus surinamensis  Requests for family Silvanidae
Comment:
  Hallo miraclecf, bei diesem Tierchen handelt es sich um Oryzaephilus surinamensis. Es gibt noch eine ähnliche Schwesterart, O. mercator. Man unterscheidet die beiden an der Länge der Schläfen. Kulturfolger, Kosmopolit. Als Sekundärschädling in Vorräten, z.B. Getreiden, Mehl und Nüssen. Dort vor allem räuberisch, d.h. sie machen Jagd auf die meist bereits vorhandenen Primärschädlinge. Befallene Güter (Getreide, Müsli, Mehl, Nüsse, Kekse etc.) restlos entsorgen, Schrank auswischen und der Spuk ist vorbei. LG, Christoph
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Answers from admin CBCalendar2013-05-10 23:20

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Direct link #3558
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Submitted by, on:  User 4   Species 2 
Requests of user gogo5760Calendar2013-05-10 21:25 User dashboard
Country, date (discovery):
Requests from country Austria  Calendar  No discovery dateNo date of discovery found. Please contact webmaster!
Request:
Hallo! Dieses Bild entstand bereits im Juli 2012 und wurde auf einer Wiese im Saalfeldner Becken (bayr.-österr. Grenzgebiet) gemacht. Ich denke ein Scheinbockkäfer(Oedemeridae), aber welcher?
Species, family:
Requests for species Omalisus fontisbellaquaei  Requests for family Omalisidae
Comment:
  Hallo Guntram, der gehört in die kleine Familie Omalisidae, mit weltweit gerade mal 8 Arten, davon eine in Deutschland. Es ist Omalisus fontisbellaquaei. Die schön roten Exemplare kommen nach meiner Erfahrung in den wärmeren Lagen der Ebene vor. In den collinen und montanen Lagen findet man zunehmend auch rein schwarze. Mittel- und stellenweise Südeuropa, bis Westrussland. LG, Christoph
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Answers from admin CBCalendar2013-05-10 21:29

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# 3557
Direct link #3557
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Submitted by, on:  User 14   Species 2 
Requests of user PiaCalendar2013-05-10 21:12 User dashboard
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Requests from country Switzerland  Calendar 2013-05-09
Request:
Hallo, CH- Wattwil 09.05.13. Fundort: Brunnentrog, Grösse: 6mm. Mit diesen Grabschaufeln - könnte es Clivina fossor sein? Vielen Dank u.LG.
Species, family:
Requests for species Clivina fossor  Requests for family Carabidae
Comment:
  Hallo Pia, ja, mit dem gleichfarbigen Halsschild und Flügeldecken sollte es Clivina fossor sein - Clivina collaris ist deutlich zweifarbig. Daneben gibt es mit C. ypsilon noch eine dritte Art in Mitteleuropa (Niederösterreich, Tschechien), die aber ausgeschlossen werden kann. Holarktisch verbreitet. LG, Christoph
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Answers from admin CBCalendar2013-05-10 21:22

# 3556
Direct link #3556
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Submitted by, on:  User 12 
Requests of user João NunesCalendar2013-05-10 20:51 User dashboard
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Requests from country Portugal  Calendar 2013-05-10
Request:
Porto, Portugal 10/5/13
Species, family:
Requests for species Psilothrix sp.  Requests for family Melyridae
Comment:
  Oi João, this is a representative of genus Psilothrix. To the best of my knowledge there are the species present in Portugal, P. viridicoeruleus and P. illustris. They are distinguished by the color of the pubescence of the elytra: black in P. viridicoeruleus and yellow in illustris. This is not feasible with the photo at hand, so I leave it with Psilothrix sp. Best regards, Christoph
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Answers from admin CBCalendar2013-05-10 21:15

# 3555
Direct link #3555
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Submitted by, on:  User 3   Species 13 
Requests of user gogo5760Calendar2013-05-10 20:46 User dashboard
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Requests from country Austria  Calendar 2013-05-09
Request:
diesen bläulichen Schnellkäfer fand ich gestern auf einem Blatt unserer Buchenhecke (Saalfeldner Becken im bayrisch-österreichischen Grenzgebiet auf ca. 800m NN). ?
Species, family:
Requests for species Athous haemorrhoidalis  Requests for family Elateridae
Comment:
  Hallo Guntram, ich denke der blaue Schimmer ist nur ein Artefakt, verursacht durch die Umstände der Belichtung. Das abgelichtete Tier sollte meiner Meinung nach ein Athous haemorrhoidalis sein. Diese Art mutiert hier so langsam zum Dauerbrenner ;-). LG, Christoph
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Answers from admin CBCalendar2013-05-10 20:56

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Submitted by, on:  User 2   Species 13 
Requests of user gogo5760Calendar2013-05-10 20:16 User dashboard
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Requests from country Austria  Calendar  No discovery dateNo date of discovery found. Please contact webmaster!
Request:
diese Rüsselkäfer treten derzeit regelrecht "epidemisch" auf. Saalfeldner Becken im bayrisch-österreichischen Grenzgebiet auf etwa 800m NN. Ein Dickmaulrüssler - aber welcher?
Species, family:
Requests for species Phyllobius calcaratus  Requests for family Curculionidae
Comment:
  Moin Guntram, wenn auch ungünstig belichtet, so sollte das trotzdem Phyllobius calcaratus sein. Viele Grüße, Klaas
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Answers from admin KRCalendar2013-05-10 20:19

# 3553
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Submitted by, on:  User 1 Crown   Species 12 
Requests of user JustusCalendar2013-05-10 20:09 User dashboard
Country, map sheet, date (discovery):
Country DE  Records from map sheet 2237 Gr. Raden (MV) Admission
Calendar 2013-05-10
Request:
Fundort sonniger Hang Freilichtmuseum Raden am 10. Mai 2013
Species, family:
Requests for species Meloe proscarabaeus  Requests for family Meloidae
Comment:
  Hallo Justus, anhand der leicht geknickten und im Knick verdickten Fühler sowie dem kräftig punktierten Kopf und Halsschild als Weibchen von Meloe proscarabaeus zu erkennen. Aktivitätszeit von Anfang März bis Juni, mit Hauptzeit von April bis Mai. Paläarktisch verbreitet, Nordafrika, Europa, bis Ostasien und Japan. Bei uns hier in D die häufigste Meloe-Art. LG, Christoph
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Answers from admin CBCalendar2013-05-10 20:11

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Submitted by, on:  User 117   Species 6 
Requests of user cilkoCalendar2013-05-10 20:07 User dashboard
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Requests from country Slovakia  Calendar 2013-05-10
Request:
Hi, size 3mm, 10.5.2013, Slovakia
Species, family:
Requests for species Furcipus rectirostris  Requests for family Curculionidae
Comment:
  Hi Cilko, that's again Furcipus rectirostris, but the current name is Anthonomus rectirostris, because Furcipus is put as subgenus to Anthonomus. Regards, Klaas
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Answers from admin KRCalendar2013-05-10 20:11

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# 3551
Direct link #3551
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Submitted by, on:  User 46   Species 2 
Requests of user Mr. PampaCalendar2013-05-10 19:57 User dashboard
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Requests from country Denmark  Calendar 2013-05-10
Request:
Dänemark, Sydals, bei Sønderborg, 10. Mai 2013, entdeckt nach Gang durch den Buchenhochwald zu Hause auf dem Tisch. Zweites Foto auf Maßband (also 2,5 mm). Ich denke, es ist Rhynchaenus fagi, der der Buchenspringrüssler. Richtig? Bitte ID - danke
Species, family:
Requests for species Rhynchaenus fagi  Requests for family Curculionidae
Comment:
  Hallo Mr. Pampa, korrekt bestimmt als Rhynchaenus fagi. Inzwischen wird er in die Gattung Orchestes gestellt. In Laub- und Mischwäldern an Rotbuche. Sehr häufig. In Europa ohne die iberische Halbinsel. LG, Christoph PS: Bei dem Foto auf dem Maßband sollte man die Gedankenblase des Käfers sehen: "Scheiß Käferspinner!". ;-D LG, Christoph
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Answers from admin CBCalendar2013-05-10 20:09

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Submitted by, on:  User 57   Species 4 
Requests of user arneCalendar2013-05-10 16:20 User dashboard
Country, map sheet, date (discovery):
Country DE  Records from map sheet 6331 Röttenbach (BN) Admission
Calendar 2013-05-07
Request:
Auf einer Salweide, je nach Beleuchtung kann der Kopf auch tomatenrot werden
Species, family:
Requests for species Crepidodera aurata  Requests for family Chrysomelidae
Comment:
  Hallo arne, der gehört zu den Flohkäfern und in die Gattung Crepidodera. Wahrscheinlich ist es Crepidodera aurata, aber ich kann Crepidodera nitidula nicht ausschließen. Daher nur ein "sp.", vielleicht sieht einer der Admin-Kollegen mehr ... lg gernot   C. aurata ist's. Die nitidula hat sehr fein und seicht punktierte Fld. LG, Christoph
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Answers from admin CBCalendar2013-05-10 18:21

# 3548
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Submitted by, on:  User 56   Species 1 
Requests of user arneCalendar2013-05-10 15:48 User dashboard
Country, map sheet, date (discovery):
Country DE  Records from map sheet 6331 Röttenbach (BN) Admission
Calendar 2013-05-05
Request:
mehrere Exemplare an einem kleinen Bach
Species, family:
Requests for species Donacia aquatica  Requests for family Chrysomelidae
Comment:
  Hallo Arne, der gehört in die Familie der Blattkäfer und dort zur Gattung Donacia (Schilfkäfer). Europaweit vertreten, fehlt in Deutschland nur stellenweise. Die Käfer sind von April bis Juni an Gewässern zu finden. lg gernot
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Answers from admin GMCalendar2013-05-10 16:31

# 3547
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Submitted by, on:  User 1 Crown   Species 22 
Requests of user gogo5760Calendar2013-05-10 12:20 User dashboard
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Requests from country Austria  Calendar  No discovery dateNo date of discovery found. Please contact webmaster!
Request:
im Bereich der nördlichen Kalkalpen im Saalfeldner Becken (Österr., Salzburg, Pinzgau) auf ca 800m NN. Etliche Exemplare auf Brennessel
Species, family:
Requests for species Chrysolina fastuosa  Requests for family Chrysomelidae
Comment:
  Moin Guntram, die haben sich in der Pflanze vertan, gehören sie doch auf Hohlzahn. Du hast eine ausgesprochen hübsche Farbvariante (habe ich so noch nie gesehen) von Chrysolina fastuosa gefunden. Liebe Grüße, klaas
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Answers from admin KRCalendar2013-05-10 20:08

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Direct link #3545
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Submitted by, on:  User 96   Species 4 
Requests of user InjaCalendar2013-05-10 10:29 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. The biggest european Curculionidae: Liparus glabrirostris (Küster, 1849) :)
Species, family:
Requests for species Liparus glabrirostris  Requests for family Curculionidae
Comment:
  Yes you are right. The biggest weevil, caught in the act of 'producing' some small weevils..." ;-) Hope, Christoph will not delete the last part. Smile, Oliver   Why should I? We need more weevils! Regards, Christoph
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Answers from admin CBCalendar2013-05-10 18:24

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# 3544
Direct link #3544
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Submitted by, on:  User 95 
Requests of user InjaCalendar2013-05-10 10:28 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. Amara sp. ?
Species, family:
Requests for species Amara sp.  Requests for family Carabidae
Comment:
  Hi Inja, Amara is correct. However, I am not able to identify the specimen to the species level. Some of the frequently encountered species can be excluded, as for instance A. aenea, similata/ovata (all of which have three yellow basal antenna segments). Also group of species with yellow legs (familiaris/lucida/anthobia) can be excluded. Cheers, Oliver
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Answers from admin CBCalendar2013-05-10 18:25

# 3543
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Submitted by, on:  User 94 
Requests of user InjaCalendar2013-05-10 10:27 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. Oulema sp. ?
Species, family:
Requests for species Oulema melanopus/duftschmidi  Requests for family Chrysomelidae
Comment:
  A member of Oulema. For a reliable species identification, the genital needs to be examined. Oliver   O. melanopus and O. duftschmidi are the two candidates, just for the sake of clarity. Regards, Christoph
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Answers from admin CBCalendar2013-05-10 18:28

# 3542
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Submitted by, on:  User 93   Species 21 
Requests of user InjaCalendar2013-05-10 10:27 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. Ch. fastuosa ?
Species, family:
Requests for species Chrysolina fastuosa  Requests for family Chrysomelidae
Comment:
  Hi Inja, yes I think you're right. This one should be Chrysolina fastuosa. All over europe, very common. regards gernot
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Answers from admin GMCalendar2013-05-10 16:55

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# 3541
Direct link #3541
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Submitted by, on:  User 92   Species 1 
Requests of user InjaCalendar2013-05-10 10:26 User dashboard
Country, date (discovery):
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 Prasocuris marginella  Requests for family Chrysomelidae
Comment:
  Hi Inja, if I'm not toally out of mind, that's Prasocuris marginella. I leave it for the others to check it. Regards, Klaas
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Answers from admin KRCalendar2013-05-10 20:18

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# 3540
Direct link #3540
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Submitted by, on:  User 91 
Requests of user InjaCalendar2013-05-10 10:26 User dashboard
Country, date (discovery):
Requests from country Poland  Calendar 2013-05-09
Request:
Found yesterday (09.05.2013) in Bielsko-Biala (South Poland). Decidouos forest. Anoplotrupes stercorosus ?
Species, family:
Requests for species Geotrupidae sp.  Requests for family Geotrupidae
Comment:
  Hi Inja, the photos show not enough detail to say something material about this specimen. Sorry. Regards, Christoph
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Answers from admin CBCalendar2013-05-10 18:58

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# 3539
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Submitted by, on:  User 90 
Requests of user InjaCalendar2013-05-10 10:25 User dashboard
Country, date (discovery):
Requests from country Poland  Calendar 2013-05-09
Request:
Found yesterday (09.05.2013) in Bielsko-Biala (South Poland). Decidouos forest. Cantharidae I think.
Species, family:
Requests for species Cantharis sp.  Requests for family Cantharidae
Comment:
  Hi Inja, Cantharidae is correct, Genus Cantharis. I do not know the polish fauna, but in Germany there are two nearly identically Species possible: Cantharis obscura and Cantharis paradoxa. They could be determined only by genital preparation. regards gernot
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Answers from admin GMCalendar2013-05-10 16:46

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# 3538
Direct link #3538
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Submitted by, on:  User 89 
Requests of user InjaCalendar2013-05-10 10:24 User dashboard
Country, date (discovery):
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 cf. haemorrhoidalis  Requests for family Elateridae
Comment:
  I go for Athous, but I am unable to determine the species (haemorrhoidalis? subfuscus?). Cheers, Oliver   I think it's A. haemorrhoidalis. Regards, Christoph
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Answers from admin CBCalendar2013-05-10 18:31

# 3537
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Submitted by, on:  User 88 
Requests of user InjaCalendar2013-05-10 10:23 User dashboard
Country, date (discovery):
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:
  As for #3538 I would put this click beetle into genus Athous. Probably not the same species though as #3538, since the shape of the pronotum differs. Regards, Oliver   I agree with Athous, but the rest only God nows. Regards, Christoph ;-)
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Answers from admin CBCalendar2013-05-10 19:08

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