kerbtier.de
Beetle fauna of Germany © 2007–2021 Christoph Benisch
DE | EN | Contact | Imprint | Privacy Policy | RSS
Banner kerbtier.de kTitelgrafik
 

View answered requests for beetle ID


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 3 hours on average) after submitting.

20
Queue for 
# 251405
# 251438
# 251485
# 251540
# 251637
# 251805
# 251808
# 251841
# 251842
# 251973
# 251976
# 251977*
# 251978*
# 251979*
# 251980*
# 251981*
# 251982*
# 251983*
# 251984*
# 251985*
 
Queuing: 20 (for ⌀ 15 h)
19
unprocessed (*new)
0
processing
1
processed
0
callback
Released: 0 (yesterday: 255)

Pages:  7527 7528 7529 7530 7531 7532 7533 7534 7535  

User photo
# 60535
 1 I like the photo(s) | 1 I like the comment | 0  
Submitted by, on:   55    1 
pepik2016-12-31 14:21
Country, date (discovery):
Greece  2014-06-06
Request:
06.06.2014 Zakynthos 6 mm
Species, family:
Acmaeodera crinita  Buprestidae
Comment:
  Hi pepik, in this case I asked for support by an external expert. M. Niehuis determined the beetle as Acmaeodera crinita. Best regards, Christoph
Last edited by, on:
CB2017-01-01 00:25

User photo
# 60534
 11 I like the photo(s) | 2 I like the comment | 0  
Submitted by, on:   54 
pepik2016-12-31 14:19
Country, date (discovery):
Greece  2014-06-10
Request:
10.06.2014 Zakynthos 8 mm
Species, family:
Anthaxia lucens/candens  Buprestidae
Comment:
  Hi pepik, this is Anthaxia candens. Best regards, Fabian   In this case we've recieved an objection from J. Köhler: This is likely Anthaxia lucens, which replaces A. candens in Southeastern Europe. Greece, however, is the only country, from which both species were reported (erraneously?). In any case difficult to disthinguish. Best regards, Christoph
Last edited by, on:
FB2017-02-01 00:57

User photo
# 60533
 3 I like the photo(s) | 1 I like the comment | 0  
Submitted by, on:   53 
pepik2016-12-31 14:17
Country, date (discovery):
Greece  2014-06-10
Request:
10.06.2014 Zakynthos 11 mm
Species, family:
Cantharis sp.  Cantharidae
Comment:
  Hi pepik, it is the same as it is in #60515. Genus Cantharis and therefor most impossible to identify just by photo. See also #60515. Best regards, Klaas
Last edited by, on:
KR2017-01-01 06:44

User photo
# 60532
 3 I like the photo(s) | 1 I like the comment | 0  
Submitted by, on:   52 
pepik2016-12-31 14:16
Country, date (discovery):
Greece  2014-06-06
Request:
06.06.2014 Zakynthos 18 mm
Species, family:
Tentyria sp.  Tenebrionidae
Comment:
  Hi pepik, that's genus Tentyria. There is a number of species occuring around the mediterranean and not easy to identify. Best regards, Klaas
Last edited by, on:
KR2016-12-31 22:50

User photo
# 60531
 5 I like the photo(s) | 2 I like the comment | 0  
Submitted by, on:   51 
pepik2016-12-31 14:14
Country, date (discovery):
Greece  2014-06-06
Request:
06.06.2014 Zakynthos 10 mm
Species, family:
Acinopus sp.  Carabidae
Comment:
  Hi pepik, I can only tell the genus: Acinopus, Family Carabidae (Groundbeetles), subfamily Harpalinae. Those beetles are feed by all kind of seeds, mainly seeds of gras. That's why they do have this big head with its very strong muscles, for breaking seed capsules, best regards, Klaas
Last edited by, on:
KR2016-12-31 22:41

User photo
# 60530
 2 I like the photo(s) | 1 I like the comment | 0  
Submitted by, on:   50 
pepik2016-12-31 14:13
Country, date (discovery):
Greece  2014-06-06
Request:
06.06.2014 Zakynthos 5 mm
Species, family:
Zophosis sp.  Tenebrionidae
Comment:
  Hi pepik, that's genus Zophosis of Family Tenebrionidae. Best regards, Klaas
Last edited by, on:
KR2016-12-31 22:51

User photo
# 60529
 3 I like the photo(s) | 1 I like the comment | 0  
Submitted by, on:   49 
pepik2016-12-31 14:11
Country, date (discovery):
Greece  2014-06-10
Request:
10.06.2014 Zakynthos 8 mm
Species, family:
cf. Phylan sp.  Tenebrionidae
Comment:
  Hi pepik, I guess this is a member of the genus Phylan (Family Tenebrionidaae), but very, very insecure. Maybe one of the others knows more or even better. Best regards, Klaas
Last edited by, on:
KR2017-01-01 07:06

User photo
# 60528
 3 I like the photo(s) | 1 I like the comment | 0  
Submitted by, on:   48 
pepik2016-12-31 14:09
Country, date (discovery):
Greece  2014-06-10
Request:
10.06.2014 Zakynthos 20 mm
Species, family:
Cetoniinae sp.  Scarabaeidae
Comment:
  Hi pepik, in this case I can just determine the subfamily Cetoniinae. Best regards, Christoph
Last edited by, on:
CB2017-01-01 09:43

User photo
# 60527
 1 I like the photo(s) | 1 I like the comment | 0  
Submitted by, on:   47 
pepik2016-12-31 14:07
Country, date (discovery):
Greece  2014-06-04
Request:
04.06.2014 Zakynthos 12 mm
Species, family:
Baris sp.  Curculionidae
Comment:
  Hi pepik, in this case I can just determine the genus Baris (sensu lato). Best regards, Michael
Last edited by, on:
MS2017-01-01 14:13

User photo
# 60526
 5 I like the photo(s) | 1 I like the comment | 0  
Submitted by, on:   46    72 
pepik2016-12-31 14:06
Country, date (discovery):
Greece  2014-06-10
Request:
10.06.2014 Zakynthos 7 mm
Species, family:
Podagrica fuscicornis  Chrysomelidae
Comment:
  Hi pepik, this is Podagrica fuscicornis. Best regards, Holger
Last edited by, on:
HK2016-12-31 14:36

User photo
# 60525
 5 I like the photo(s) | 1 I like the comment | 0  
Submitted by, on:   45 
pepik2016-12-31 14:04
Country, date (discovery):
Greece  2014-06-04
Request:
04.06.2014 Zakynthos 5 mm
Species, family:
Pachybrachis sp.  Chrysomelidae
Comment:
  Hi pepik, in this case I can just determine the genus Pachybrachis. They are quite difficult to determine from photos, even in our home fauna Germany. Best regards, Christoph
Last edited by, on:
CB2016-12-31 14:38

User photo
# 60524
 4 I like the photo(s) | 2 I like the comment | 0  
Submitted by, on:   44    139 
pepik2016-12-31 14:03
Country, date (discovery):
Greece  2014-06-10
Request:
10.06.2014 Zakynthos 11 mm
Species, family:
Pseudoophonus rufipes  Carabidae
Comment:
  Hi pepik, this is Harpalus (Pseudoophonus) rufipes. Best regards, Fabian
Last edited by, on:
FB2016-12-31 14:09

User photo
# 60523
 5 I like the photo(s) | 4 I like the comment | 0  
Submitted by, on:   43    1 
pepik2016-12-31 14:01
Country, date (discovery):
Greece  2014-06-10
Request:
10.06.2014 Zakynthos 7 mm
Species, family:
Parophonus mendax  Carabidae
Comment:
  Hi pepik, this is Parophonus mendax.Rather rare throughout South East Europe. Best regards, Fabian
Last edited by, on:
FB2016-12-31 14:08

User photo
# 60522
 5 I like the photo(s) | 2 I like the comment | 0  
Submitted by, on:   42 
pepik2016-12-31 13:59
Country, date (discovery):
Greece  2014-06-04
Request:
04.06.2014
Species, family:
Macrolenes cf. dentipes  Chrysomelidae
Comment:
  Hi pepik, it is a member of the more or less difficult subfamily Clytinae. In my mind it is Macrolenes dentipes, which can be showing only one dot on the Elytrae at the shoulders, or show dots at the last third of the Elytrae, being bigger and just one, or being smaller and than being separated into two dots. ID not for sure. Best regards, Klaas
Last edited by, on:
KR2017-01-01 06:18

User photo
# 60521
 2 I like the photo(s) | 1 I like the comment | 0  
Submitted by, on:   41 
pepik2016-12-31 13:58
Country, date (discovery):
Greece  2014-06-04
Request:
04.06.2014 Zakynthos 7 mm
Species, family:
Hymenalia sp.  Alleculidae
Comment:
  Hi pepik, this is genus Hymenalia. In former times belonging to Family Alleculidae, nowadays subfamily Alleculinae, belonging to Family Tenebrionidae. Maybe it is Hymenalia rufipes, which is also occuring in Centraleuropa, but I guess it isn't. There are nine species of this genus occuring in Europe. Best regards, Klaas
Last edited by, on:
KR2016-12-31 22:46

User photo
# 60520
 1 I like the photo(s) | 1 I like the comment | 0  
Submitted by, on:   40 
pepik2016-12-31 13:56
Country, date (discovery):
Greece  2014-06-04
Request:
04.06.2014 Zakynthos 6 mm
Species, family:
Alleculidae sp.  Alleculidae
Comment:
  Hi pepik, in this case I can just determine the family Alleculidae. Best regards, Christoph
Last edited by, on:
CB2017-01-01 09:48

User photo
# 60519
 7 I like the photo(s) | 3 I like the comment | 0  
Submitted by, on:   39    11 
pepik2016-12-31 13:55
Country, date (discovery):
Greece  2014-06-04
Request:
04.06.2014 Zakynthos 12 mm
Species, family:
Corymbia cordigera  Cerambycidae
Comment:
  Hi pepik, this is Stictoleptura (formerly Corymbia) cordigera. Polyphagous on deciduous trees. Southern Europe, Asia Minor, Caucasus, Transcaucasia, Near East. Best regards, Christoph
Last edited by, on:
CB2016-12-31 14:15

User photo
# 60518
 4 I like the photo(s) | 1 I like the comment | 0  
Submitted by, on:   38 
pepik2016-12-31 13:53
Country, date (discovery):
Greece  2014-06-04
Request:
04.06.2014 Zakynthos 10 mm
Species, family:
Lampyridae sp.  Lampyridae
Comment:
  Hi pepik, in this case I can just determine the family Lampyridae. Sorry & best regards, Christoph
Last edited by, on:
CB2017-01-01 09:41

User photo
# 60517
 5 I like the photo(s) | 2 I like the comment | 0  
Submitted by, on:   37 
pepik2016-12-31 13:52
Country, date (discovery):
Greece  2014-06-04
Request:
04.06.2014 Zakynthos 8 mm
Species, family:
Lachnaia cf. sexpunctata  Chrysomelidae
Comment:
  Hi pepik, genus Lachnaia is quite difficult to identify. There is a number of species occuring around the mediterranean Region, but just a smaller number in Greece. Most important for a first Evaluation is a view straight from above (as it is in most of the beetles). I can tell for sure, that this one is a male beetle (see the long forelegs and their long feet). The ID of Lachnaia sexpunctata is not for sure, but in my mind the one that fits best on this. Best regards, Klaas
Last edited by, on:
KR2017-01-01 06:32

User photo
# 60516
 5 I like the photo(s) | 2 I like the comment | 0  
Submitted by, on:   36 
pepik2016-12-31 13:50
Country, date (discovery):
Greece  2014-06-04
Request:
04.06.2014 Zakynthos Body length: 8 mm
Species, family:
Coptocephala sp.  Chrysomelidae
Comment:
  Hi pepik, this is a member of genus Coptocephala. There is a number of species occuring around the mediterranean Region and it is not easy to identify them. So I can't tell more than the genus Name. Maybe one of the others knows more. Best regards, Klaas
Last edited by, on:
KR2017-01-01 06:23

User photo
# 60515
 5 I like the photo(s) | 2 I like the comment | 0  
Submitted by, on:   35 
pepik2016-12-31 13:46
Country, date (discovery):
Greece  2014-06-10
Request:
10.06.2014 Zakynthos Body length: 10 mm
Species, family:
Cantharis sp.  Cantharidae
Comment:
  Hi pepik, this is a member of genus Cantharis and therefor unimpossible to identify by photo. Coloration can be very variable and it is important to see punctation, bristles and other small characters for an ID. Sorry I can't tell more. Best regards, Klaas
Last edited by, on:
KR2017-01-01 06:41

User photo
# 60514
 1 I like the photo(s) | 3 I like the comment | 0  
Submitted by, on:   292    118 
surmiko2016-12-31 12:27
Country, map sheet, date (discovery):
DE  1620 Friedrichstadt (SH)
2016-05-13
Request:
13.05.2016, Lundener Niederung/Moor, etwa 20mm, Rhagium mordax. Danke und LG surmiko. Guten Rutsch!!!
Species, family:
Rhagium mordax  Cerambycidae
Comment:
  Moin surmiko, bestätigt als Rhagium mordax. Danke für die Meldung. Viele Grüße, Klaas
Last edited by, on:
KR2016-12-31 13:26

User photo
 A
 B
# 60513
 2 I like the photo(s) | 3 I like the comment | 0  
Submitted by, on:   291    1 
surmiko2016-12-31 12:24
Country, map sheet, date (discovery):
DE  1722 Dellstedt (SH)
2016-05-12
Request:
12.05.2016, Dellstedter Moor, 8mm, Chrysomelidae? Danke und LG surmiko
Species, family:
Plateumaris discolor  Chrysomelidae
Comment:
  Moin surmiko, wie es sich für den Fundort gehört, Plateumaris discolor. Viele Grüße, Klaas
Last edited by, on:
KR2016-12-31 13:28

User photo
 A
 B
# 60512
 1 I like the photo(s) | 1 I like the comment | 0  
Submitted by, on:   170    359 
wenix2016-12-31 00:25
Country, map sheet, date (discovery):
DE  6111 Pferdsfeld (RH)
2016-07-07
Request:
07.07.2016, ca 10 mm, Rhagonycha fulva? NSG Flachsberg bei Martinstein/Nahe, LG wenix
Species, family:
Rhagonycha fulva  Cantharidae
Comment:
  Hallo wenix, bestätigt als Rhagonycha fulva. Danke für die Meldung. LG, Christoph
Last edited by, on:
CB2016-12-31 00:45

User photo
# 60511
 3 I like the photo(s) | 4 I like the comment | 0  
Submitted by, on:   169    6 
wenix2016-12-30 23:14
Country, map sheet, date (discovery):
DE  6111 Pferdsfeld (RH)
2016-06-09
Request:
09.06.2016, ca 10 mm, Agrilus biguttatus? Schifferberg bei Hochstetten-Dhaun, LG wenix
Species, family:
Agrilus biguttatus  Buprestidae
Comment:
  Hallo wenix, ja, das sollte Agrilus biguttatus sein. Die beiden potentiellen Verwechslungsarten, A. ater und A. guerini haben spitz bzw. sehr spitz ausgezogene Flügeldeckenenden. Vergleich die drei mal auf der Themenseite über Agrilus biguttatus. LG, Christoph
Last edited by, on:
CB2016-12-30 23:52

Pages:  7527 7528 7529 7530 7531 7532 7533 7534 7535


 Map sheet: -
Close
Close
Close
main moduleClose

Flagged stages in request # 

  

The uploaded photos show the following stages:

           


 

Correction will be applied to the database once released by the admin team.
up