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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 2 hours on average) after submitting.

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Inja2013-05-26 11:45
Country, date (discovery):
Poland  2013-05-26
Request:
Found today on sunny meadow (Bielsko-B. South Poland). Size: 5-6mm, found on Carduus L.
Species, family:
Cassida vibex/bergeali  Chrysomelidae
Comment:
  Hi Inja, that's Cassida vibex or Cassida bergeali. Only to seperate by dissection. Regards, Klaas
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KR2013-05-26 11:56

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Inja2013-05-26 11:43
Country, date (discovery):
Poland  2013-05-26
Request:
Found today on sunny meadow (Bielsko-Biala, South Poland). Found on Ranunculus L. size: about 1cm
Species, family:
Oxythyrea funesta  Scarabaeidae
Comment:
  Hi, it's almost easy to identify that one. It is Oxythyrea funesta and the only species that can be confused with this one in Centraleurope is Tropinota hirta, which is missing the six white dots on the Pronotum. Regards, Klaas
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KR2013-05-26 11:57

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Inja2013-05-26 11:42
Country, date (discovery):
Poland  2013-05-26
Request:
Found today on sunny meadow (Bielsko-Biala, South Poland). Two beetles but I think this is the same species. Size: about 2cm.
Species, family:
Cantharis fusca  Cantharidae
Comment:
  Hi INja, that's Cantharis fusca. Regards, Klaas
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KR2013-05-26 11:58

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Inja2013-05-26 11:40
Country, date (discovery):
Poland  2013-05-26
Request:
Found today on sunny meadow (Bielsko-Biala, South Poland). M. bipustulatus too ?
Species, family:
Malachius s.l. sp.  Malachiidae
Comment:
  Hi Inja, that's a species of genus Malachis s. l., means Malachius in its old meaning, before it was separated into different genuses (f.e. Clanoptilus and others). There will be no chance by these small photos even to identify the genus. Regards, Klaas
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KR2013-05-26 11:59

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Inja2013-05-26 11:40
Country, date (discovery):
Poland  2013-05-26
Request:
Found today on sunny meadow (Bielsko-Biala, South Poland). M. bipustulatus ?
Species, family:
cf. Cordylepherus viridis  Malachiidae
Comment:
  Not for sure, but I guess it is Cordylepherus viridis. I leave it for the others to look at it, too. Regards, Klaas   I agree with Klaas. Let's still put a "cf." to it. Regards, Christoph
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Inja2013-05-26 11:38
Country, date (discovery):
Poland  2013-05-26
Request:
Found today on sunny meadow (Bielsko-Biala, South Poland). Size 6-7 mm. Host plant: that leaf (Corylus or Rubus)
Species, family:
Phyllobius oblongus  Curculionidae
Comment:
  Very easy to identify: Phyllobius oblongus. You can identify the genus by watching the insertion of the antennae. It has to be on top of the snout. And P. oblongus is the only one in Centraleurope coloured black and brown this way. Regards, klaas
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KR2013-05-26 12:02

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Inja2013-05-26 11:35
Country, date (discovery):
Poland  2013-05-26
Request:
Found today on sunny meadow (Bielsko-Biala, South Poland). Size: 8-9mm. Host plant on photo C.
Species, family:
Adrastus sp.  Elateridae
Comment:
  That's some kind of Adrastus of family Elateridae. Dissection is useful in most species'. Regards, klaas
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KR2013-05-26 12:01

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Inja2013-05-26 11:34
Country, date (discovery):
Poland  2013-05-26
Request:
Found today on sunny meadow (Bielsko-Biala, South Poland). Size: 4-5mm
Species, family:
Barypeithes cf. pellucidus  Curculionidae
Comment:
  That's some kind of Barypeithes, most possibly B. pellucidus. But Barypeithes is hard to identify and needs dissection in many species. So only a guess. Regards, Klaas
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KR2013-05-26 12:04

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Inja2013-05-26 11:32
Country, date (discovery):
Poland  2013-05-26
Request:
Found today on sunny meadow (Bielsko-Biala, South Poland). On neetle, size: 3-4mm.
Species, family:
Nedyus quadrimaculatus  Curculionidae
Comment:
  The plant you found it on, tells what it is: Nedyus quadrimaculatus, which is living and developing on Nettle. Regards, Klaas
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KR2013-05-26 12:03

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Lucgast2013-05-26 06:41
Country, date (discovery):
Belgium   No date of discovery found. Please contact webmaster!
Request:
Could this be a Phyllobius maculicoris? Very strong coloured green beetle, less 1cm big. Luc
Species, family:
Phyllobius maculicornis  Curculionidae
Comment:
  Hi Luc, I agree, this should be Phyllobius maculicornis. Europe to Siberia. On deciduous trees and shrubs. Common. Regards, Christoph - PS: Congratulations, you got ID #4000! Unfortunately no reward associated with that. Except a determination for free. ;-)
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CB2013-05-26 13:40

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Christoph2013-05-25 23:05
Country, map sheet, date (discovery):
DE  7919 Mühlheim an der Donau (WT)
2013-05-20
Request:
Hallo zusammen, könnte das hier Athous haemorrhoidalis sein? Gefunden am 20.5.13 auf der schwäbsichen Alb. LG und Dank, Christoph
Species, family:
Athous sp.  Elateridae
Comment:
  Moin Christoph, Du solltest Recht behalten. ;-) Viele Grüße, Klaas   Hm, der Bursche hat 'nen fiesen "Zuckerguss". Darunter ist die Färbung verdächtig verdunkelt an den Rändern und der Naht, wie bei vittatus. Was tun sprach Zeus? Athous sp.? LG, Christoph
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Christoph2013-05-25 23:04
Country, map sheet, date (discovery):
DE  7919 Mühlheim an der Donau (WT)
2013-05-20
Request:
Hallo zusammen, ich vermute hier mal stark Chrysolina fastuosa. Passt das? Gefunden am 20.5.13 auf der schwäbsichen Alb. LG und Dank, Christoph
Species, family:
Oreina sp.  Chrysomelidae
Comment:
  Moin Christoph, keine Chrysolina, sondern eine Oreina. Leider sind die Oreina recht variabel und damit meist ohne Genital nicht bestimmbar. Viele Grüße, Klaas
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KR2013-05-25 23:47

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Christoph2013-05-25 22:59
Country, map sheet, date (discovery):
DE  8314 Görwihl (BA)
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Request:
Hallo zusammen, ich denke es haldelt sich um Curculio sp. Kann man dazu was näheres sagen? Ich habe 2 Exemplare in unmittelbarer umgebung gefunden. Der eine saß auf einem Sauer-Ampfer (Rumex acetosa), dieser hier auf einer Vielblütigen Weißwurz.(Polygonatum multiflorum) Beide auf einem Halbtrockenrasen. Lieben Gruß und Dank, Christoph
Species, family:
Curculio venosus  Curculionidae
Comment:
  Hallo Christoph, wenn ich mich nicht täusche ist das Curculio venosus. Das Schildchen ist deutlich länglich und auf Foto B sieht es für mich so aus, als ob das Tier einen Borstenkamman der hinteren Flügeldecken naht hätte. Manchmal bildet man sich das aber auch nur ein. Von daher wäre ein Zweitmeinung noch wünschenswert. lg gernot  Stimme zu. LG, Christoph
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ruby622013-05-25 22:10
Country, map sheet, date (discovery):
DE  7036 Riedenburg (BS)
2012-05-21
Request:
Aufnahmedatum am 21.05.2012 im Biergarten in Riedenburg. Meine Vermutung ist: Carabus ullrichii Brauche die Bestätigung, vorab herzlichen Dank für die Bestimmung ruby62
Species, family:
Carabus ullrichii  Carabidae
Comment:
  Hallo ruby62, ja, das sollte Carabus ullrichii sein. Die erste Sekundärrippe erreicht die Flügeldeckenspitze. Zusammen mit dem breiten Bau und den schwarzen Fühlern und Beinen passt alles. Mittel- und Südosteuropa. Überwiegend auf offenem Kulturland, planar bis montan. LG, Christoph
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ruby622013-05-25 21:57
Country, map sheet, date (discovery):
DE  7036 Riedenburg (BS)
2013-05-23
Request:
Aufnahme vom 23.05.2013 in der Weltenburger Enge. viele Grüße aus den Allgäu ruby62
Species, family:
Pterostichus niger  Carabidae
Comment:
  Moin Ruby, im Aufnahmewinkel für die Bestimmung sehr ungeeignet, sollte aber trotzdem Pterostichus niger sein. Viele Grüße, Klaas
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ruby622013-05-25 21:47
Country, map sheet, date (discovery):
DE  8526 Balderschwang (BS)
2012-06-07
Request:
Habe noch einiges zum Aufarbeiten. Dieser muss "Liparus glabrirostris" sein. Gefunden am 07.06.2012 am Sipplinger auf ca, 1400 Hm. VG ruby62
Species, family:
Liparus glabrirostris  Curculionidae
Comment:
  Hallo ruby62, korrekt erkannt als Liparus glabrirostris. Entscheidend auf Deinem Foto ist die Beschuppung des Halsschilds. Sitzt wie die Schwesterart L. germanus an Pestwurz (Petasites). LG, Christoph
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Inja2013-05-25 21:45
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Poland  2013-05-25
Request:
Found today on meadow (Bielsko-Biala, South Poland). Plant: Hypericum sp. too.
Species, family:
Chrysolina varians  Chrysomelidae
Comment:
  Hi Inja, as in #3991, this should be Chrysolina varians as well. Regards, Christoph
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Inja2013-05-25 21:44
Country, date (discovery):
Poland  2013-05-25
Request:
Found today on meadow (Bielsko-Biala, South Poland). Plant: I think Hypericum sp.
Species, family:
Chrysolina varians  Chrysomelidae
Comment:
  Hi Inja, on Hypericum and with the metallic red (or blue or green color) this should be Chrysolina varians. Regards, Christoph
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CB2013-05-25 21:51

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Inja2013-05-25 21:42
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Poland  2013-05-25
Request:
Found today on meadow. Mayby Oulema gallaeciana?
Species, family:
Oulema sp.  Chrysomelidae
Comment:
  Hi Inja, several options: O. gallaeciana, O. erichsonii or O. septentrionis. Although O. gallaeciana should be the most common of these three, I can't provide a sure det based on the photos. Regards, Christoph
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Inja2013-05-25 21:40
Country, date (discovery):
Poland  2013-05-25
Request:
Found today on meadow (Bielsko-Biala, South Poland). Maybe this time photos are sharp enough to det to species. :)
Species, family:
Cantharis sp.  Cantharidae
Comment:
  Hi Inja, same as in #3988: C. rufa, C. pallida or C. cryptica. Regards, Christoph
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Inja2013-05-25 21:40
Country, date (discovery):
Poland  2013-05-25
Request:
Found today on meadow (Bielsko-Biala, South Poland). Maybe this time photos are sharp enough to det to species. :)
Species, family:
Cantharis sp.  Cantharidae
Comment:
  Hi Inja, nope, everything stays the same: C. rufa, C. pallida and C. cryptica (the latter is somewhat less likely, because it often, but not always, exhibits a narrow blackened apex of the femora). I can't distinguish them by photo, you would need to examine the aedoeagus of the male. Regards, Christoph
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ruby622013-05-25 21:32
Country, map sheet, date (discovery):
DE  8427 Immenstadt im Allgäu (BS)
2013-05-01
Request:
Ja, und noch einer den ich mit "Timarcha metallica" bestimmt habe. Bildaufnahme am 01.05.2013 hinter dem Grünten.
Species, family:
Timarcha metallica  Chrysomelidae
Comment:
  Hallo ruby62, korrekt erkannt als Timarcha metallica. Montane Art Mitteleuropas. Oligophag auf Galium-Arten. LG, Christoph
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ruby622013-05-25 21:18
Country, map sheet, date (discovery):
DE  7036 Riedenburg (BS)
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Request:
Möchte wissen was das für Rosenkäfer sind, Ich habe die mal als "Cetonia aurata" bezeichnet und hoffe das es stimmt. MTB Daten müssten für Riedenburg jetzt stimmen! Gruß ruby62
Species, family:
Cetonia aurata  Scarabaeidae
Comment:
  Hallo ruby62, ja, das ist Cetonia aurata. Von Europa bis Sibirien und Nordchina. Die Larve entwickelt sich in Totholz, die Käfer findet man von April bis Oktober auf Blüten, Peak im Mai. LG, Christoph - PS: Jetzt scheint's mit dem MTB zu klappen... :-)
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Dennis2013-05-25 21:06
Country, map sheet, date (discovery):
DE  6436 Sulzbach-Rosenberg Nord (BN)
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Request:
Hallo! Bayern, Mitte Mai. Ein etwa 1cm großer Rüsselkäfer aus dem Garten. Pissodes pini?
Species, family:
Hylobius abietis  Curculionidae
Comment:
  Hallo Dennis, nein das ist Hylobius abietis. Sieht auf den ersten Blick recht ähnlich aus, aber schau Dir mal genau die Zeichnung auf den Flügeldecken an. Als Forstschädling bekannt. Europa, bis Sibirien und Japan. Planar bis subalpin, an Fichte und Kiefer. lg gernot
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Reinhard Gerken2013-05-25 19:30
Country, map sheet, date (discovery):
DE  3327 Lachendorf (HN)
2013-05-25
Request:
Etwa 10 mm groß war dieser Schnellkäfer, den ich heute (25.05.2013) an einem mit Eichen und Weiden bestandenen Wegrand in einem Feuchtwiesengebiet fand.
Species, family:
Denticollis linearis  Elateridae
Comment:
  Hallo Reinhard, das ist ein Denticollis linearis. Allerdings finde ich die mit praktisch ganz dunklem Halsschild recht selten, meist ist er rot oder rot mit schwarzem Fleck. Um diese Jahreszeit häufig in Wäldern und an Waldrändern. Zur Verbreitung siehe unten (#3976). LG, Christoph
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