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Christine2013-05-21 11:25
Country, date (discovery):
Austria  2013-05-20
Request:
Hallo! Von gestern aus Unterkärnten, Auwaldgebiet an der Gurk. Vermutlich Cryptocephalus sexpunctatus? Danke und lg, Christine
Species, family:
Cryptocephalus sexpunctatus  Chrysomelidae
Comment:
 
Hallo Christine, die Gattung ist schon mal korrekt erkannt. Zwei Arten kommen in die nähere Auswahl, C. sexpunctatus und der seltenere C. octopunctatus. Bei beiden ist die schwarze Zeichnung sehr variabel. Entscheidend ist die Lage der schwarzen Schultermakel: Auf der Schulterbeule bei C. sexpunctatus, direkt dahinter bei C. octopunctatus. Ich denke, Du liegst mit C. sexpunctatus richtig. In Europa. Zur Entwicklung siehe hier. Grüße, Christoph
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Christine2013-05-21 11:21
Country, date (discovery):
Austria  2013-05-20
Request:
Hallo! Auch dieser 12,2 mm große Schnellkäfer saß gestern auf einem Stein am Vellachschwemmufer, Unterkärnten, er könnte sich aber vom direkt angrenzenden Auwaldgebüsch verflogen haben. Ev. Athous haemorrhoidalis? Danke und lg, Christine
Species, family:
Athous sp.  Elateridae
Comment:
 
Hallo Christine, ein Athous, ja, aber bei Euch in Kärnten wage ich keine Bestimmung zur Art, da kreucht und fleucht noch das eine oder andere, was wir in Deutschland nicht finden. LG, Christoph
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CB2013-05-21 19:45

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Christine2013-05-21 11:17
Country, date (discovery):
Austria  2013-05-20
Request:
Hallo! Von gestern, Schwemmufer der Vellach, Unterkärnten, Größe 10 - 11 mm. Ev. Philonthus? Danke und lg, Christine
Species, family:
Philonthus sp.  Staphylinidae
Comment:
 
Hallo Christine, Philonthus ist richtig, aber mehr mache ich daraus am Bild auch nicht. Viele Grüße, Klaas
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KR2013-05-22 15:45

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Christine2013-05-21 11:13
Country, date (discovery):
Austria  2013-05-20
Request:
Hallo! Diese 8 - 10 mm großen Käfer fand ich gestern am sandig/steinigen Schwemmufer der Vellach, nahe der Einmündung in die Drau, Unterkärnten. Sie saßen in größerer Anzahl auf den Steinen, als ich den Auslöser drückte, waren einige schon weg (Foto 3). Könnte es sich um Paederus schoenherri handeln, wie in #3051 aus Moosburg? Danke und lg, Christine
Species, family:
Paederidus ruficollis  Staphylinidae
Comment:
 
Hallo Christine, hier kommen zwei Arten in Frage: Der kleine P. ruficollis (6.5 - 8.0 mm), bei dem Kopf und Hinterleib schwarz sind (nur mit leichtem blauem Schimmer) und der größere Paederidus rubrothoracicus (8.0 - 9.5 mm), bei dem Kopf und Hlb. metallisch blau sind. Ich tendiere bei Deinem Exemplar zu letzterem, aber mit kleiner Restunsicherheit. LG, Christoph  
Hallo Christine, das ist Paederidus ruficollis. Viele Grüße, Hannes
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# 3813
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Bergmänndle2013-05-21 09:24
Country, map sheet, date (discovery):
DE  8527 Oberstdorf (BS)
2010-05-22
Request:
Lochbachtal Oberallgäu ca. 1150m 22.5.10
Species, family:
Subcoccinella vigintiquatuorpunctata  Coccinellidae
Comment:
 
Hallo Bergmänndle, hier hast Du den Luzerne-Marienkäfer Subcoccinella vigintiquatuorpunctata abgelichtet. Paläarktische Art, Europa, Nordafrika, Westasien, Russland bis Sibirien. Lebt vor allem auf und von Silene, Lychnis, Dianthus, Medicago und Trifolium und weiteren Arten. Die Art kann gelegentlich an verschiedenen Kulturpflanzen schädlich werden. Bevorzugt trockene Wiesen, Ruderalflächen, Trockenhänge und Weinbergsbrachen. Recht farbvariabel. LG, Christoph
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CB2013-05-21 09:27

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Bergmänndle2013-05-21 09:13
Country, map sheet, date (discovery):
DE  8527 Oberstdorf (BS)
2013-05-19
Request:
19.5.13 Altstädten im Oberallgäu ca. 750m in Bachnähe mit viel Pestwurz (Grünrüßler ca. 8mm)selbe Art wie Bild zuvor ??
Species, family:
Phyllobius pomaceus  Curculionidae
Comment:
 
Hallo Bergmänndle, der gehört in die Gattung Phyllobius, genauer Phyllobius pomaceus, wie in der vorangegangenen Anfrage #3811. Eine an Brennnessel allgegenwärtige Art. Europa bis Sibirien. LG, Christoph
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CB2013-05-21 09:30

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Bergmänndle2013-05-21 09:10
Country, map sheet, date (discovery):
DE  8527 Oberstdorf (BS)
2013-05-19
Request:
19.5.13 Altstädten im Oberallgäu ca. 750m in Bachnähe mit viel Pestwurz (Grünrüßler ca. 8mm)
Species, family:
Phyllobius pomaceus  Curculionidae
Comment:
 
Hallo Bergmänndle, hier haben wir Phyllobius pomaceus. Ubiquitär auf Brennesseln. Europa bis Sibirien. LG, Christoph
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CB2013-05-21 09:32

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Inja2013-05-21 07:59
Country, date (discovery):
Poland  2013-05-19
Request:
Found (19/05/2013) in close neighbourhood of Szczyrk (South Poland), mixed forest in mountains. I try with another photos of Lochmaea. Maybe these could be better :)
Species, family:
Lochmaea cf. capreae  Chrysomelidae
Comment:
 
Hi Inja, in this case, I use rather the habitat information you provided to make a determination: L. capreae is eurytopic and lives on willow (Salix), poplar (Populus) and birch (betula). L. suturalis however is stenotopic and xerophilic. It can be found on heathland and is monophagous on common heather (Calluna vulgaris). If this plant is not present in the area, L. capraea is most likely. Regards, Christoph
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CB2013-05-21 09:39

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KL2013-05-20 22:15
Country, map sheet, date (discovery):
DE  4409 Herne (WF)
2013-05-19
Request:
Baum auf Gerther Friedhof Bochum
Species, family:
Rhagium inquisitor  Cerambycidae
Comment:
 
Hallo KL, das ist der Kleine Kieferzangenbock Rhagium inquisitor. In Nadelwäldern, besonders Kiefernwälder, unter Rinde und im morschen Holz stark anbrüchiger und abgestorbener Stämme von Koniferen. Europa bis Kaukasus und Sibirien, Nordamerika. LG, Christoph
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CB2013-05-20 22:42

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Vera2013-05-20 21:55
Country, map sheet, date (discovery):
DE  3622 Barsinghausen (HN)
2013-05-16
Request:
Dies wäre erst mein zweiter Tanymecus palliatus, deshalb bin ich noch unsicher. Ist er's? Danke und Grüße! (16. Mai 2013, Streuobstwiese)
Species, family:
Tanymecus palliatus  Curculionidae
Comment:
 
Hallo Vera, korrekt, das ist ein Tanymecus palliatus. Polyphag an verschiedenen Kräutern. Von West- und dem südlichen Nordeuropa bis Kaukasus, Kleinasien und Westsibirien. Fehlt in Großbritannien und Südosteuropa. LG, Christoph
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CB2013-05-20 22:44

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Vera2013-05-20 21:41
Country, map sheet, date (discovery):
DE  3622 Barsinghausen (HN)
2013-05-20
Request:
Bei diesem Schnellkäfer bin ich mir mit Athous haemorrhoidalis relativ sicher. Was sagt ihr? (Mit den Schnellkäfern muss ich noch warm werden.) Danke und liebe Grüße! (20. Mai 2013, Fischteichkomplex)
Species, family:
Athous haemorrhoidalis  Elateridae
Comment:
 
Hallo Vera, 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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CB2013-05-20 22:46

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Inja2013-05-20 21:40
Country, date (discovery):
Poland  2013-05-19
Request:
Found yesterday (19/05/2013) in close neighbourhood of Szczyrk (South Poland), mixed forest in mountains. Very small and very fast. Only one photo and I know that it is impossible to det species, but maybe family ? Probably I had never met this family.
Species, family:
Barypeithes sp.  Curculionidae
Comment:
 
Hi, that's a member of genus Barypeithes. It is a genus with a number of species and it is difficult to separate them, impossible by this photo. Most probably, because the hairs on the Elytra stick out, it is Barypeithes pellucida, but that's more a guess than anything else. Regards, Klaas
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KR2013-05-20 23:30

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Inja2013-05-20 21:38
Country, date (discovery):
Poland  2013-05-19
Request:
Found yesterday (19/05/2013) in close neighbourhood of Szczyrk (South Poland), mixed forest in mountains.
Species, family:
Ctenicera sp.  Elateridae
Comment:
 
Hi, that's genus Ctenicera, male. I can't tell by this photo, if it is a centraleuropean species or one of the east european parts. Regards, Klaas
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KR2013-05-20 23:31

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Inja2013-05-20 21:38
Country, date (discovery):
Poland  2013-05-19
Request:
Found yesterday (19/05/2013) in close neighbourhood of Szczyrk (South Poland), mixed forest in mountains.
Species, family:
cf. Ips sp.  Scolytidae
Comment:
 
Hi Inja, same as in #3790. Most probably a representative of genus Ips, but no det to species level by photo. Regards, Christoph
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CB2013-05-21 00:13

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Inja2013-05-20 21:37
Country, date (discovery):
Poland  2013-05-19
Request:
Found yesterday (19/05/2013) in close neighbourhood of Szczyrk (South Poland), mixed forest in mountains.
Species, family:
Lilioceris sp.  Chrysomelidae
Comment:
 
Hi Inja, this should be Lilioceris merdigera. Of palearctic distribution. From April to September on lilies and Allium sp. Can become a pest in onion cultivation. Regards, Christoph  
Revised due to L. schneideri.
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CB2013-05-20 22:53

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Inja2013-05-20 21:37
Country, date (discovery):
Poland  2013-05-19
Request:
Found yesterday (19/05/2013) in close neighbourhood of Szczyrk (South Poland), mixed forest in mountains.
Species, family:
Rhagium mordax  Cerambycidae
Comment:
 
Hi Inja, this is the longhorn beetle Rhagium mordax. Throughout Europe, in deciduous and mixed forests. Can be found on sunny days on blossoms and dead wood. Regards, Christoph
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CB2013-05-20 22:56

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# 3801
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Inja2013-05-20 21:36
Country, date (discovery):
Poland  2013-05-19
Request:
Found yesterday (19/05/2013) in close neighbourhood of Szczyrk (South Poland), mixed forest in mountains.
Species, family:
Hylecoetus dermestoides  Lymexylonidae
Comment:
 
Hi Inja, this should be a male of Hylecoetus dermestoides. North and Central Europe and adjacent regions. In deciduous forests, mainly on trunks of deciduous trees. The larvae feed on fungi they cultivate in their galleries. Regards, Christoph
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Inja2013-05-20 21:35
Country, date (discovery):
Poland  2013-05-19
Request:
Found yesterday (19/05/2013) in close neighbourhood of Szczyrk (South Poland), mixed forest in mountains.
Species, family:
Anoplotrupes stercorosus  Geotrupidae
Comment:
 
Hi Inja, this is Anoplotrupes stercorosus from the family Geotrupidae. The species lives mainly in forests and can be found throughout Europe. Regards, Christoph
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CB2013-05-20 22:58

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Vera2013-05-20 21:34
Country, map sheet, date (discovery):
DE  3622 Barsinghausen (HN)
2013-05-20
Request:
Hallo nochmal. Bei diesem Tachyporus von heute schwanke ich zwischen Tachyporus solutus und T. chrysomelinus. Einerseits ist meiner so rötlich gefärbt wie letzterer (in der Galerie), andererseits hat mein Käfer nicht so einen gelben Fleck am vorletzten Hinterleibssegment. Doch ich befürchte, dass diese Merkmale eh variabel sind, sodass eine Artansprache nicht möglich sein wird. Danke und liebe Grüße! (20. Mai 2013, Fischteichkomplex)
Species, family:
Tachyporus sp.  Staphylinidae
Comment:
 
Hallo Vera, hier sollten wir's bei Tachyporus sp. belassen. T. chrysomelinus kommt sicher in die engere Wahl, aber ich kann auch T. dispar nicht ausschließen, sowie weitere Verwechslungskandidaten. LG, Christoph
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CB2013-05-20 23:02

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Inja2013-05-20 21:34
Country, date (discovery):
Poland  2013-05-19
Request:
Found yesterday (19/05/2013) in close neighbourhood of Szczyrk (South Poland), mixed forest in mountains. Green form of P. calcaratus ?
Species, family:
Phyllobius calcaratus  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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CB2013-05-20 23:06

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Inja2013-05-20 21:33
Country, date (discovery):
Poland  2013-05-19
Request:
Found yesterday (19/05/2013) in close neighbourhood of Szczyrk (South Poland), mixed forest in mountains.
Species, family:
Oxymirus cursor  Cerambycidae
Comment:
 
Hallo Inja, that is Oxymirus cursor, a female. Europe (without the south) and North Asia. Montane to subalpine. Larva in decaying wood of coniferous and deciduous trees. Regards, Christoph
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CB2013-05-20 23:11

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Inja2013-05-20 21:33
Country, date (discovery):
Poland  2013-05-19
Request:
Found yesterday (19/05/2013) in close neighbourhood of Szczyrk (South Poland), mixed forest in mountains.
Species, family:
Platycerus caprea  Lucanidae
Comment:
 
Hi Inja, this should be Platycerus caprea. Larger and more robust (13-15 mm), outer edges of the mandibles not symmetrically concave. Mainly in the mountain range. P. caraboides is smaller (9-13 mm), with rounded outer edges of the mandibles, and prefers the lowlands. Regards, Christoph
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Inja2013-05-20 21:32
Country, date (discovery):
Poland  2013-05-19
Request:
Found yesterday (19/05/2013) in close neighbourhood of Szczyrk (South Poland), mixed forest in mountains.
Species, family:
Evodinus clathratus  Cerambycidae
Comment:
 
Hi Inja, this is the longhorn beetle Evodinus clathratus. Europe and Russia, mainly in the montane zone. Polyphagous on coniferous trees. Regards, Christoph
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Inja2013-05-20 21:31
Country, date (discovery):
Poland  2013-05-19
Request:
Found yesterday (19/05/2013) in close neighbourhood of Szczyrk (South Poland), mixed forest in mountains. Beautiful Rhagium bifasciatum :)
Species, family:
Rhagium bifasciatum  Cerambycidae
Comment:
 
Hallo Inja, correct, this is Rhagium bifasciatum. From May to August on blossoms, in the lower vegetation or on wood. Develops mainly in the trunks of spruce. Throughout the largest part of Europe, common. Regards, Christoph
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Inja2013-05-20 21:30
Country, date (discovery):
Poland  2013-05-19
Request:
Found yesterday (19/05/2013) in close neighbourhood of Szczyrk (South Poland), mixed forest in mountains.
Species, family:
Hylecoetus dermestoides  Lymexylonidae
Comment:
 
Hi, that's the female of Hylecoetus dermestoides. Regards, Klaas
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KR2013-05-20 23:33

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