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Kahnläufer / Trčak

Calathus (Neocalathus) ambiguus

Habitat:

They are found in forests and fields. They are commonly found all over Central Europe from March to October while during winter can be found its larva form instead and imagos early in the spring.

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4 Comments

injica
injica 7 years ago

Ok :) Thank you very much for your insight!

KeithRoragen
KeithRoragen 7 years ago

It is difficult to tell, but those antennae do not look like the belong to Scarabaeidae. My first instinct would be Carabidae.

injica
injica 7 years ago

Tnx :) now we are one step closer, just another 30 000 species left, since before it was 400 000 in few minutes we removed 92,5 % of species, with that speed we should got the right ID very very soon :P ha ha ha

elaphrus
elaphrus 7 years ago

So tiny! Well it is a Scarab beetle for starters, Scarabaeidae.

injica
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injica

Војводина, Serbia

Spotted on Apr 8, 2012
Submitted on Apr 8, 2013

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