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Well, that's it! A. fulgurans fits the best...thanks!!
There are some that look the samer ;-)...What about Anthaxia fulgurans, female?? Look at my first link above...http://www.anthaxia.eu/images/A-fulguran...http://www.biolib.cz/en/image/id186747/http://www.kerbtier.de/Pages/Fotos/FotoS...http://www.gezieferwelt.de/Bilder/kaefer...http://www.gezieferwelt.de/Bilder/kaefer...http://www.insects.ch/php/mhscms/apps/mh...http://www.insects.ch/php/mhscms/apps/mh...http://aramel.free.fr/Anthaxia-fulgurans...http://aramel.free.fr/Anthaxia-fulgurans...
Thank you, bayucca! I added one more photo, it's pretty similar to first one...I looked all your links that you send me, every beetle looks the same in my eyes :(
Buprestidae, Anthaxia sp. and looks very similar to:Scutellaris, Olympica, Bicolor? Donyou have other pictures from a different perspective?http://www.anthaxia.eu/images/H-scutella...http://www.anthaxia.eu/images/H-olympica...https://www.flickr.com/photos/eurythyrea...http://www.anthaxia.eu/images/A-bicolor....What about Podolica, female (!)??https://www.flickr.com/photos/eurythyrea...After checking all these jewels, I slightly would tend to Anthaxia podolica, female. But I am not that sure.http://insektoid.info/kaefer/prachtkaefe...http://www.anthaxia.eu/Pays/croatie.htm
Spotted on May 23, 2014 Submitted on May 24, 2014