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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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2021-07-24 20:28  by  
Liebe User, ich habe heute einen Programmierfehler im Anfragensuchmodul beseitigt. Die Speicherung der Sortier-/Cluster-Einstellungen im Cookie war unter bestimmten Bedingungen fehlerhaft. Ich habe den Fehler behoben, allerdings um den Preis, dass Ihr Eure bevorzugten Sortier-Einstellungen neu machen und abspeichern müsst. Sorry & LG, Christoph

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User photo
# 8738
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Karl2013-10-25 17:51
Country, map sheet, date (discovery):
DE  5102 Herzogenrath (NO)
2013-10-19
Request:
Kurzflügler Lordithon trinotatus ca. 6 mm am 19.10.2013 im Wald an Pilze gefunden. Vielen Dank
Species, family:
Lordithon cf. trinotatus  Staphylinidae
Comment:
  Hallo Karl, hier würde ich Dir mit Vorbehalt bei Lordithon cf. trinotatus zustimmen, mag allerdings nicht mit letzter Sicherheit den L. exoletus ausschließen, daher hier nur mit "cf.". LG, Christoph
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CB2013-10-25 21:35

User photo
# 8737
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Karl2013-10-25 17:48
Country, map sheet, date (discovery):
DE  5102 Herzogenrath (NO)
2013-10-21
Request:
Laufkäfer Carabus granulatus ca. 26 mm am 21.10.2013 im Wald unter einen Stein gefunden. Vielen Dank
Species, family:
Carabus granulatus  Carabidae
Comment:
  Hallo Karl, Carabus granulatus ist natürlich korrekt. Vielen Dank für die Meldung. Viele Grüße, Michael
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MS2013-10-25 18:32

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# 8736
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Karl2013-10-25 17:44
Country, map sheet, date (discovery):
DE  5102 Herzogenrath (NO)
2013-10-14
Request:
Mistkäfer Geotrupes sp. ca. 25 mm am 14.10.2013 an einer Pferdekoppel am Waldrand gefunden. Vielen Dank
Species, family:
Geotrupes spiniger  Geotrupidae
Comment:
  Hallo Karl, aufgrund der länglichen ovalen Form und der 2 Leisten am Außenrand der Hinterschienen ein Geotrupes. Wenn ich die Behaarung der Sternite richtig deute, ein Geotrupes spiniger. Mittel- und Südeuropa, Westasien, Naher Osten. LG, Christoph
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CB2013-10-25 20:58

User photo
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Cedric Kleinert2013-10-25 16:53
Country, map sheet, date (discovery):
DE  5521 Gedern (HS)
2013-06-30
Request:
30.6.13, Michwald bei Gedern(Wetterau), ca. 400 m ü. NN.
Species, family:
Liparus germanus  Curculionidae
Comment:
  Hallo Cedric, hierbei handelt es sich um den "kleinen" Pestwurzrüßler Liparus germanus, der mit bis zu 16 mm ohne Rüssel zu den größten einheimischen Rüßlern gehört. Eine montane Art der Bächtäler, nicht nur an Pestwurz. Zu verwechseln höchstens mit dem noch größeren L. glabrirostris, der aber etwas weniger plump ist, und keinen so ausgeprägten gelben Halsschildhintersaum hat. Viele Grüße, Michael
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MS2013-10-25 18:30

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Cedric Kleinert2013-10-25 16:52
Country, map sheet, date (discovery):
DE  5521 Gedern (HS)
2013-06-30
Request:
30.6.13, Mischwald bei Gedern(Wetterau), ca. 400 m ü. NN.
Species, family:
Liophloeus tessulatus  Curculionidae
Comment:
  Hallo Cedric, das ist der Rüßler Liophloeus tessulatus, ein Bewohner kühler, schattiger und feuchter Standorte. Passt gur in Deinen montanen Mischwald. Gruß, Michael
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MS2013-10-25 18:39

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Cedric Kleinert2013-10-25 16:15
Country, map sheet, date (discovery):
DE  5521 Gedern (HS)
2013-06-30
Request:
30.06.13, Mischwald bei Gedern, ca. 400 m ü. NN.
Species, family:
Hemicrepidius sp.  Elateridae
Comment:
  Hallo Cedric, hier geht's leider nur bis zur Gattung. Hemicrepidius kann man gut an den spitz nach aussen stehenden Halsschildhinterwinkeln erkennen. Die beiden in Frage kommenden Arten H. hirtus sowie H. niger kann man von oben allerdings nicht unterscheiden. Da braucht's seitliche Aufnahmen der Vorderbrust. Beide Arten kommen in Mitteleuropa nebeneinander vor. Ab Mai zu finden. LG, Christoph
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CB2013-10-25 20:47

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Cedric Kleinert2013-10-25 16:12
Country, map sheet, date (discovery):
DE  5521 Gedern (HS)
2013-06-30
Request:
gefunden am 30.06.13 in einem Mischwald bei Gedern(NO Wetterau), Hessen, ca. 400 m ü. NN.
Species, family:
Absidia sp.  Cantharidae
Comment:
  Hallo Cedric, das ist eine unserer drei Absidia-Arten. Aus Hessen sind zwei davon gemeldet, A. rufotestacea und A. schoenherri, die sich nur am Aedoeagus des Männchens unterscheiden lassen. LG, Christoph
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CB2013-10-25 22:32

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JCP2013-10-25 12:34
Country, map sheet, date (discovery):
DE  7412 Kehl (BA)
 No date of discovery found. Please contact webmaster!
Request:
im Laubwald, Strasbourg
Species, family:
Necrophorus vespilloides  Silphidae
Comment:
  Hallo JCP, dies ist ein Aaskäfer, und zwar Necrophorus vespilloides, der "schwarzhörnige" Totengräber. Gruß, Michael
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MS2013-10-25 18:47

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Mr. Pampa2013-10-25 10:45
Country, map sheet, date (discovery):
DE  2324 Pinneberg (SH)
2013-10-22
Request:
Schleswig-Holstein, Stadt Schenefeld, Weg entlang des Baches Düpenau auf Holzpfahl, 22. Oktober 2013. Kurzflügler ist klar, aber dann: Vielleicht Othius punctulatus? Bitte Hilfe - danke
Species, family:
Xantholinus sp.  Staphylinidae
Comment:
  Hallo Mr. Pampa, die auf Bild A geschwungen erscheinende Flügeldeckennaht lässt mich hier einen Xantholinus sp. vermuten. Danach gehts nur mit Genitalpräparat weiter. Gruß, Lennart
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LW2013-10-25 11:20

User photo
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Jozef2013-10-24 12:09
Country, date (discovery):
Slovakia   No date of discovery found. Please contact webmaster!
Request:
Dieser Käfer ist etwa 10-12 mm lang gewesen. Es kann Harpalus rufipalpis sein?
Species, family:
Amara aulica/gebleri  Carabidae
Comment:
  Hallo Jozef, sieht wie ein Harpalus aus, ist aus meiner Sicht aber eine Amara. Entweder Amara aulica oder Amara gebleri. Kriege ich am Foto leider nicht auseinander. Vielleicht einer der Kollegen? lg gernot
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GM2013-10-24 21:03

User photo
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Jozef2013-10-24 12:00
Country, date (discovery):
Slovakia  2013-10-11
Request:
Guten Tag. Länge von etwa 6-7 mm, sah ich ihn auf dem 11. 10. 2013 Slowakei. Es kann Philonthus Atratus sein?
Species, family:
Philonthus sp.  Staphylinidae
Comment:
  Hallo Jozef, Philonthus ist wohl richtig, aber eine Artbestimmung wage ich da am Foto definitiv nicht. Sorry & LG, Christoph
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CB2013-10-24 21:47

User photo
# 8727
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vijay2013-10-24 10:04
Country, date (discovery):
India  2013-10-23
Request:
23,October,2013,from plants of cucubitacae family, sirsa, haryana , india. sir thank you much for identifying my last specimen. vijay
Species, family:
Henosepilachna elaterii  Coccinellidae
Comment:
  Hi Vijay, I think this is a representative of the genus Epilachna, with quite a few species on the Indian subcontinent. All of them are known as (minor) pests in Cucurbitaceae. This specimen I think might be Epilachna ocellata, but as I'm not an expert for the Indian beetle fauna, please consider that this is more a hint than a firm determination. Best regards, Christoph  Hi vijay, Dr. Fürsch determined your specimen as Henosepilachna elaterii. But as he is not that familiar with Indian Coccinellidae and it is a photo-determination, there is some minor insecurity left. Best, Fabian
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FB2015-10-07 19:50

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# 8726
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Inja2013-10-24 09:52
Country, date (discovery):
Poland  2013-10-23
Request:
Found yesterday in Bielsko-Biala, Poland, on sunny meadow, near by small river. Host plant on photo (I hope ;) ) I suspect Ch. staphylea.
Species, family:
Chrysolina polita  Chrysomelidae
Comment:
  Dear Inja, the metallic legs, head and pronotum indicate Chrysolina polita. Regards, Lennart
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LW2013-10-24 10:27

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TilmannA2013-10-23 22:55
Country, map sheet, date (discovery):
DE  4849 Radeberg (SN)
2013-09-25
Request:
Welcher Rüsselkäfer ist das? 25.09.2013, um 16 Uhr, Wald nähe Liegau-Augustusbad
Species, family:
Parethelcus pollinarius  Curculionidae
Comment:
  Hallo Tilmann, das ist Parethelcus pollinarius, der Gekörnte Nesselrüssler. Nordafrika, Europa. Stenotop, hygrophil. Monophag an Urtica dioica (Große Brennessel). LG, Christoph
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CB2013-10-23 23:09

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# 8723
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Rolf2013-10-23 21:56
Country, map sheet, date (discovery):
DE  3427 Wienhausen (HN)
2013-10-23
Request:
23.10.2013 ca 20 m von der Aller entfernt
Species, family:
Galeruca tanaceti  Chrysomelidae
Comment:
  Hallo Rolf, das sollte ein Weibchen von Galeruca tanaceti sein, die häufigste der 6 Galeruca-Arten in Mitteleuropa. Von Europa bis Asien, eingeschleppt nach Nordamerika. LG, Christoph
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CB2013-10-23 23:14

User photo
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João Nunes2013-10-23 20:17
Country, date (discovery):
Portugal  2013-10-23
Request:
Para ID 23/10/13 Porto, Portugal
Species, family:
cf. Tachyporus sp.  Staphylinidae
Comment:
  Oi João, this should be a representative of the rove beetle genus Tachyporus or closely related. Impossible for me to provide a firm determination. Regards, Christoph
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CB2013-10-23 20:18

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# 8720
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João Nunes2013-10-23 19:37
Country, date (discovery):
Portugal  2013-10-23
Request:
Chrysolina cf Bankii?? 23/10/13 Porto, Portugal
Species, family:
Chrysolina bankii  Chrysomelidae
Comment:
  Oi João, yes, this should be indeed Chrysolina bankii. Native in Europe and the western Mediterranean, meanwhile also established in North America. Regards, Christoph
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CB2013-10-23 20:45

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# 8719
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João Nunes2013-10-23 19:35
Country, date (discovery):
Portugal  2013-10-23
Request:
Para ID 23/10/13 Valongo, Porto, Portugal
Species, family:
Chrysomela sp.  Chrysomelidae
Comment:
  Oi João, this is a representative of genus Chrysomela. There are not too many of these "all-red" species: C. Chrysomela populi, C. tremulae and C. saliceti. A photo of the apex of the elytra would help to identify C. populi, after that the shape of the pronotum, taken from straight above could do the rest. Regards, Christoph
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CB2013-10-23 23:28

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# 8718
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João Nunes2013-10-23 19:25
Country, date (discovery):
Portugal  2013-10-23
Request:
ID? 23/10/13 Porto, Portugal
Species, family:
Chrysolina fastuosa  Chrysomelidae
Comment:
  Oi João, this is the leaf beetle Chrysolina fastuosa. On deadnettle (Lamium sp.) and on hempnettle (Galeopsis sp.). Widespread in Europe, very common. Regards, Christoph
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CB2013-10-23 20:12

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João Nunes2013-10-23 19:16
Country, date (discovery):
Portugal  2013-10-23
Request:
ID? 2 a 3 mm 23/10/13 Porto, Portugal
Species, family:
Halticinae sp.  Chrysomelidae
Comment:
  Oi João, this is a representative of the flea beetles (subfamily Halticinae). They are pretty diverse and difficult to determine. Might be genus Aphthona, but not for sure. Regards, Christoph
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CB2013-10-23 20:17

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# 8716
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João Nunes2013-10-23 19:11
Country, date (discovery):
Portugal  2013-10-23
Request:
ID? 1,5 a 2 cm 23/10/13 Porto, Portugal
Species, family:
Staphylinidae sp.  Staphylinidae
Comment:
  Oi João, another rove beetle. Probably Quedius sp., but that remains completely uncertain. Sorry, but Staphylinidae from "foreign" faunal regions are generally difficult to impossible to determine from photos. Regards, Christoph
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CB2013-10-23 20:21

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# 8715
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João Nunes2013-10-23 19:08
Country, date (discovery):
Portugal  2013-10-23
Request:
ID? 3 a 5mm 23/10/13 Porto, Portugal
Species, family:
Stenus sp.  Staphylinidae
Comment:
  Oi João, this is a representative of genus Stenus, but I can't determine this specimen to species level by photo. That would be even challenging in the German fauna, and even more so in the Portuguese fauna. Regards, Christoph
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CB2013-10-23 20:15

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Necip2013-10-23 18:32
Country, date (discovery):
Unknown  2013-10-22
Request:
seit über einem jahr im haushalt, überall auf dem boden, vereinzelt auf wänden! keine bisse auf menschen gefunden!
Species, family:
Oryzaephilus sp.  Silvanidae
Comment:
  Hallo Necip, an dem Bild ist das Tier nicht sicher zu bestimmen. Wahrscheinlich Gattung Oryzaephalus. 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. Ansonsten ungefährlich - beisst nicht. Grüßle, Oliver
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CB2013-10-23 20:13

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isaias_542013-10-23 12:51
Country, date (discovery):
Portugal  2012-11-08
Request:
In forest of pinus, near a beach in central Portugal. 08.11.2012
Species, family:
Curculionidae sp.  Curculionidae
Comment:
  Oi Isaias, sorry that we can't be of much help in this case, but the Portuguese weevil fauna is somewhat out of our area of expertise. The specimen reminds me of our genus Brachyderes or closely related, but I can't provide you with a determination in this case. Regards, Christoph
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CB2013-10-23 23:32

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isaias_542013-10-23 12:36
Country, date (discovery):
Portugal   No date of discovery found. Please contact webmaster!
Request:
Take in Litoral, central Portugal. Sorry, no more data for this picture :(
Species, family:
Hylotrupes bajulus  Cerambycidae
Comment:
  Oi Isaias, this is the old-house borer, Hylotrupes bajulus. It develops in softwood, especially pine and can cause technical damage in wood constructions (e.g. roofs) in buildings. Originating from Europe, it has now a worldwide distribution, including the Mediterranean, South Africa, Asia, the US and Canada. Regards, Christoph
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CB2013-10-23 20:40

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