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ok,we are in same boat in consern to the english :-)i need allways elp,i'am a beginner in id most wildlife,only on the european birds,i know a litle bit,in the rest i'am a real beginner so when you have time and have will of making id's :-)you have in my spots list many whith no id,so thanks for alle sempre que tivermos dificuldade em alguma palavra falamos em português:-)
My English is very bad and even remembered to write in English ..if you need more help in identifying insects tells;)bye
no problem:-)insiste allways,i check your link and yes,like you said it's a growd beatle of the carabidae familye quanto ao português tás á vontade,ás vezes a mim dá-me jeito porque tenho pouco vocabulário inglês,mas pra o resto do pessoal convém sempre meter o inglês primeiro
I think it's because the tarsal form is 5-5-5 and trochanters are small not giving in to see photoshttp://www.cals.ncsu.edu/course/ent425/l...sorry about the other comment in Portuguese and the insistence ;)
yes,i check in the link you give me and there are there at list one whith the same forme but without the litle depressions in the back,it´s better to seach more,thanksmais uma vez obrigado david
provavelmente será escaravelho da família Carabidae, mas sem certezas... http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ground_beet...Excelentes fotos!!
thanks carol for the elp,now i'll search the latin name
I think some type of stag beetle.
Spotted on Nov 11, 2011 Submitted on Nov 11, 2011