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Hopeman2013-05-12 15:49
Country, map sheet, date (discovery):
DE  2344 Rosenow (MV)
2013-05-12
Request:
Diesen Rüsselkäfer habe ich heute vorm Ertrinken in einer Regentonne gerettet. Um welchen handelt es sich? Danke!
Species, family:
Liophloeus tessulatus  Curculionidae
Comment:
  Hallo Hopeman, 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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# 3612
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Leonhardt2013-05-12 15:05
Country, map sheet, date (discovery):
DE  6917 Weingarten (Baden) (BA)
2011-06-30
Request:
Gefunden im Weingartner Moor auf Totholz 30. Juni 2011 11 Uhr
Species, family:
Gnorimus variabilis  Scarabaeidae
Comment:
  Hallo Leonhardt, ein toller Fund, es ist der Variable Edel-Scharrkäfer Gnorimus variabilis. Vom südlichen Nordeuropa über Südeuropa bis Kleinasien. Larve im Mulm alter, hohler Laubbäume und in liegenden, morschen Stämmen. An alte Laubwälder gebunden, sehr selten, in Deutschland vom Aussterben bedroht (RL 1). LG, Christoph
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j. verstraeten2013-05-12 12:32
Country, date (discovery):
Belgium   No date of discovery found. Please contact webmaster!
Request:
Athous subfuscus ? Also founded begin May. More brown-black click beetle (8-9 mm)
Species, family:
Athous subfuscus  Elateridae
Comment:
  Hi verstraeten, yes, this should be the click beetle Athous subfuscus. Eurytopic and silvicolous. In sparse forests and at the edges of forests. Europe up to the far North, Caucasus. Regards, Christoph
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j. verstraeten2013-05-12 12:30
Country, date (discovery):
Belgium   No date of discovery found. Please contact webmaster!
Request:
Ectinus aterrimus ? I found this begin May in a pine tree forest. More black from colour in sunshine. (11 mm)
Species, family:
Ectinus aterrimus  Elateridae
Comment:
  Hi verstraeten, yes, that should be Ectinus aterrimus sein. In Europe to middle Northern Europa, in the east to Sibiria. Normally in deciduous forests, planar to subalpine. Regards, Christoph
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j. verstraeten2013-05-12 12:28
Country, date (discovery):
Belgium   No date of discovery found. Please contact webmaster!
Request:
Athous haemorrhoidalis ? I found this also begin May and saw a lot of them. Maybe very local on moist soil.
Species, family:
Athous haemorrhoidalis  Elateridae
Comment:
  Hi verstraeten, this should be Athous haemorrhoidalis. Europe, Asia Minor to Siberia. Adults from late spring to summer on shrubs and deciduous trees, especially at the edges of forests. Larva in the soil at plant roots. Regards, Christoph
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j. verstraeten2013-05-12 12:22
Country, date (discovery):
Belgium   No date of discovery found. Please contact webmaster!
Request:
Is this Ampedus sanguineus ? I found it on a dead pine tree begin May. It looks bigger than most click beetles. (13 mm)
Species, family:
Ampedus sp.  Elateridae
Comment:
  Hi verstraeten, it might be Ampedus sanguineus, but in this case we should better stick with Ampedus sp. I would need high-res photos of the pronotum and elytra to judge punctation and color of the pubescence. Regards, Christoph
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GerKlein2013-05-12 11:11
Country, map sheet, date (discovery):
DE  5927 Schweinfurt (BN)
2013-05-11
Request:
11.5.2013 an Wiesenfläche Hallo Forum, ich versuch es mal Phyllobius calcaratus ?? Grüße GerKlein
Species, family:
Phyllobius sp.  Curculionidae
Comment:
  Hallo GerKlein, zwei Arten kommen hier meiner Meinung nach in Frage, die ich am Foto nicht ohne weiteres trennen kann: Phyllobius pyri (6-7 mm) und Phyllobius vespertinus (5-6 mm). LG, Christoph
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Inja2013-05-12 10:46
Country, date (discovery):
Poland  2013-05-10
Request:
Found in Bielsko-Biala, South Poland, 10.05.2013. Decidouos forest, close to small river. Very small weevil, about 3mm.
Species, family:
Ceutorynchinae sp.  Curculionidae
Comment:
  Hi Inja, these two are from subfamily Ceutorhynchinae, and probably Nedyus quadrimaculatus, but that's just a guess. Where did you find them? Nedyus quadrimaculatus is monophagous on nettles (Urtica). Regards, Christoph
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Inja2013-05-12 10:44
Country, date (discovery):
Poland  2013-05-10
Request:
Found in Bielsko-Biala, South Poland, 10.05.2013. Decidouos forest, close to small river.
Species, family:
Carabidae sp.  Carabidae
Comment:
  Hi Inja, with this picture any attempt to come to a proper det seems futile to me. It might be again Limodromus assimilis, but that's more guesswork than anything else. Sorry. Regards, Christoph
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Inja2013-05-12 10:43
Country, date (discovery):
Poland  2013-05-10
Request:
Found in Bielsko-Biala, South Poland, 10.05.2013. Decidouos forest, close to small river.
Species, family:
Limodromus assimilis  Carabidae
Comment:
  Hi Inja, this should be Limodromus assimilis, or Platynus assimilis, how the species is called meanwhile. Palearctic species, in the temperate and boreal zone, eurytopic, hygrophilic. Regards, Christoph
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Inja2013-05-12 10:42
Country, date (discovery):
Poland  2013-05-10
Request:
Found in Bielsko-Biala, South Poland, 10.05.2013. Decidouos forest, close to small river.
Species, family:
cf. Sclerophaedon sp.  Chrysomelidae
Comment:
  Hi Inja, that's an interesting one. I think it is a Sclerophaedon species. Although also present in Germany I never found one of them. From what I see it might be S. carniolicus, but that should be confirmed by a specialist for the Polish fauna. Regards, Christoph
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Inja2013-05-12 10:40
Country, date (discovery):
Poland  2013-05-10
Request:
Found in Bielsko-Biala, South Poland, 10.05.2013. Decidouos forest, close to small river. Looks like G. viridula for me, but they are blue.
Species, family:
cf. Chrysolina coerulans  Chrysomelidae
Comment:
  Hi Inja, same as in the previous request (#3601). Should be Chrysolina coerulans, with some uncertainty. Regards, Christoph
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# 3601
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Inja2013-05-12 10:39
Country, date (discovery):
Poland  2013-05-10
Request:
Found in Bielsko-Biala, South Poland, 10.05.2013. Decidouos forest, close to small river.
Species, family:
cf. Chrysolina coerulans  Chrysomelidae
Comment:
  Hi Inja, this and the following request (#3602) look like Chrysolina coerulans to me. Lives on mint species (Mentha). From South and Central Europe over Asia Minor and Central Asia to China. Again with some uncertainty. Regards, Christoph
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Inja2013-05-12 10:38
Country, date (discovery):
Poland  2013-05-10
Request:
Found in Bielsko-Biala, South Poland, 10.05.2013. Decidouos forest, close to small river. Oreina ?
Species, family:
cf. Chrysolina herbacea  Chrysomelidae
Comment:
  Hi Inja, to me this looks rather like Chrysolina, maybe C. herbacea. But as we do not see the shape of the pronotum, this is with a fair amount of uncertainty. Regards, Christoph
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# 3599
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Inja2013-05-12 10:38
Country, date (discovery):
Poland  2013-05-10
Request:
Found in Bielsko-Biala, South Poland, 10.05.2013. Decidouos forest, close to small river. Part 2.
Species, family:
Anthaxia sp.  Buprestidae
Comment:
  Hi Inja, same thing here: no det to species level from photo. Regards, Christoph
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# 3598
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Inja2013-05-12 10:37
Country, date (discovery):
Poland  2013-05-10
Request:
Found in Bielsko-Biala, South Poland, 10.05.2013. Decidouos forest, close to small river. I know Anthaxia sp. is hard to det from photo, but maybe this time ... :) Part 1.
Species, family:
Anthaxia sp.  Buprestidae
Comment:
  Hi Inja, no chance, these unicolored Anthaxia species are usually not determined from photos. Sorry. Regards, Christoph
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Rüsselkäferin2013-05-12 08:28
Country, map sheet, date (discovery):
DE  5007 Köln (NO)
2013-05-09
Request:
Aus dem Waldlabor Köln, 9. Mai 2013, etwa 14mm lang. Leider ist das Foto etwas unscharf, aber ich tippe auf Phosphuga atrata? Wegen der hellen Ränder war ich zuerst ganz aufgeregt, bis ich dann das Foto angeguckt habe... ;-) Liebe Grüße!
Species, family:
Phosphuga atrata  Silphidae
Comment:
  Hallo Rüsselkäferin, korrekt, Phosphuga atrata, wie am schmalen Kopf zu erkennen (die ansonsten ähnlichen Silpha-Arten haben einen breiteren Kopf). Schneckenjäger. Paläarktisch verbreitet. Häufig. Grüße, Christoph
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Rüsselkäferin2013-05-12 08:23
Country, map sheet, date (discovery):
DE  5007 Köln (NO)
2013-05-09
Request:
Mal wieder aus dem Waldlabor Köln, ca. 7 oder 8mm lang, am 9. Mai 2013. Dieses etwas abgewetzte Exemplar saß auf dem Kiesweg. Kann man am Foto Byrrhus pilula bestimmen? Danke schön und liebe Grüße!
Species, family:
Byrrhus cf. pilula  Byrrhidae
Comment:
  Moin Rüsselkäferin, leider nicht eindeutig. Die Unterscheidung wäre voraussichtlich möglich, wenn Du uns ein Bild platt von oben aufgenommen angeboten hättest, da sich die beiden ähnlichen Arten B. pilula und B. fasciatus im Habitus ein wenig unterscheiden. So kann ich nur vermuten, dass es der von Dir vermutete B. pilula ist. Viele Grüße, Klaas
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Rüsselkäferin2013-05-12 08:19
Country, map sheet, date (discovery):
DE  5307 Rheinbach (NO)
2013-04-14
Request:
Hier lief mir am 14. April 2013 im Swisttal ein Glischrochilus hortensis (?) über den Weg. Liebe Grüße!
Species, family:
Glischrochilus hortensis  Nitidulidae
Comment:
  Hallo Rüsselkäferin, korrekt erkannt als Glischrochilus hortensis. LG, Christoph
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Rüsselkäferin2013-05-12 08:12
Country, map sheet, date (discovery):
DE  5107 Brühl (NO)
2013-05-11
Request:
Huhu! Aus dem Forstbotanischen Garten Köln, 11. Mai 2013, ca. 6mm lang. Leider war er vom Regen ganz zerknautscht und sobald er sich auseinandergewurschtelt hatte, war er schon weg. Nach Anfrage #3587 denke ich, es könnte vielleicht ein Barypeithes sein? Vielen Dank und liebe Grüße!
Species, family:
cf. Otiorhynchus raucus  Curculionidae
Comment:
  Hallo Rüsselkäferin, das sieht für mich eher nach einem stark abgeriebenen Otiorhynchus raucus aus. Paläarktisch verbreitet, Europa bis Kasachstan, eingeschleppt nach Nordamerika. Polyphag an verschiedenen Sträuchern. LG, Christoph
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Rüsselkäferin2013-05-12 08:06
Country, map sheet, date (discovery):
DE  5107 Brühl (NO)
2013-05-11
Request:
Hallo, hier ist noch einer aus dem Forstbotanischen Garten Köln, etwa 6-7mm, am 11. Mai 2013. Er sitzt auf einer Rose, so etwas in Richtung Heckenrose. Könnte das ein Peritelus sphaeroides sein? Liebe Grüße!
Species, family:
Peritelus sphaeroides  Curculionidae
Comment:
  Hallo Rüsselkäferin, wie der vorangegangene #3592 ein Peritelus sphaeroides. LG, Christoph
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Rüsselkäferin2013-05-12 08:00
Country, map sheet, date (discovery):
DE  5107 Brühl (NO)
2013-05-11
Request:
Dieser ca. 6mm lange Käfer saß am 11. Mai 2013 im Forstbotanischen Garten in Köln auf einem Fliederbaum. Wie immer bei den Rüsseltieren, keine Ahnung. Otiorhynchus? Danke und liebe Grüße.
Species, family:
Peritelus sphaeroides  Curculionidae
Comment:
  Hallo Rüsselkäferin, das sollte, wie auch Deine nächste Anfrage #3593 ein Peritelus sphaeroides. Südeuropa und wärmere Teile Mitteleuropas. Polyphag an verschiedenen Stäuchern. LG, Christoph
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Günther2013-05-12 07:58
Country, map sheet, date (discovery):
DE  6018 Langen (HS)
2013-05-11
Request:
Guten Tag, diesen Käfer fand ich am gestrigen Tag am Waldrand auf eine Butterblume. Mir gelangen keine bessere Bilder, weil er so unruhig war. Gruß und danke vorab
Species, family:
Cortodera cf. humeralis  Cerambycidae
Comment:
  Hallo Günther, einer der beiden Vertreter der Gattung Cortodera. Zum einen C. humeralis, ohne glatte, punktfreie Halsschildmittellinie, lebt an Eiche. Zum anderen C. femorata mit besagter Mittellinie, an Kiefer. Bei Deinem Tier tendiere ich zu ersterem, aber man bräuchte eine größere Aufnahme des Halsschilds, um ganz sicher zu sein. LG, Christoph
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Rüsselkäferin2013-05-12 07:55
Country, map sheet, date (discovery):
DE  5106 Kerpen (NO)
2013-05-09
Request:
Huhu! Karl ist mir mit #3568 zuvorgekommen ;-) , ich glaube, das hier ist auch ein Cantharis decipiens. Gefunden im Bachemer Wäldchen am 9. Mai 2013, etwa 7mm lang. Liebe Grüße!
Species, family:
Cantharis decipiens  Cantharidae
Comment:
  Hallo Rüsselkäferin, yup, das ist er, Cantharis decipiens. Eurytop, silvicol. In Wäldern, auf Waldwiesen und Lichtungen sowie an trockenen Waldrändern. Auf Blüten und Gebüsch. Mittel- und südliches Nordeuropa. LG, Christoph
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Phil2013-05-12 00:02
Country, date (discovery):
Greece  2013-04-20
Request:
Again seen in Peloponnese 10 days ago. I know it is a dung beetle but cannot find the exact species.
Species, family:
Scarabaeus variolosus  Scarabaeidae
Comment:
  Hi Phil, although I'm not an expert for the fauna of Peloponnese, this one I think should be Scarabaeus variolosus. Mediterranean, from Spain, North Africa to Turkey. Regards, Christoph
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