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FFHRheingau

FFHRheingau

"FFH Rheingau" is a hobby-project of two people loving to photograph what's living around them, with a focus on arthropods.

Wiesbaden, Germany

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FFHRheingau Rotbauchiger Laubschnellkäfer / Click beetle
Rotbauchiger Laubschnellkäfer / Click beetle commented on by FFHRheingau Bingen am Rhein, Rheinland-Pfalz, Germany7 years ago

So, kerbtier.de hat für Klarheit gesorgt und ihn als Athous haemorrhoidalis identifiziert :)

FFHRheingau Rotbauchiger Laubschnellkäfer / Click beetle
Rotbauchiger Laubschnellkäfer / Click beetle commented on by FFHRheingau Bingen am Rhein, Rheinland-Pfalz, Germany7 years ago

Ok, werde den Familien-Namen schon mal eintragen.
Hatte auch eine Bestimmungsanfrage auf kerbtier.de ( https://www.kerbtier.de/cgi-bin/deSnapSu... ) gestellt, mal sehen, vllt kommen sie wenigstens bis zur Gattung, wäre ja schon was ;)

FFHRheingau Raupe oder Larve / Caterpillar or Larva?
Raupe oder Larve / Caterpillar or Larva? commented on by FFHRheingau Ingelheim am Rhein, Rheinland-Pfalz, Germany7 years ago

"Spotted on May 1, 2009" Ist kein aktueller Fund ;)
Danke schon mal für's Überlegen - Blattwespenlarve halte ich auch für möglich, darum bin ich so unsicher, zumal das Foto leider auch nicht das beste ist.

FFHRheingau Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by FFHRheingau Monieux, Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur, Tromelin Island7 years ago

This should be the jumping spider Heliophanus aeneus.

FFHRheingau Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by FFHRheingau Taunton Deane, England, United Kingdom7 years ago

Yes, I'm with folicallychalled - this is a male A. diadematus.

FFHRheingau Chafer Beetle
Chafer Beetle commented on by FFHRheingau Portugal7 years ago

This one belongs to the genus Oxythyrea, but since I'm not familiar with the fauna of Portugal I'll leave it with Oxythyrea sp. :)

FFHRheingau Chafer Beatle
Chafer Beatle commented on by FFHRheingau Portugal7 years ago

Yes, you're right, this one is an Oxythyrea - but since I don't know which species exist in Portugal I can only make an Oxythyrea sp. of it.

FFHRheingau Beetles
Beetles commented on by FFHRheingau Portugal7 years ago

Hi auntnance123,

these are Scarabaeidae of the genus Oxythyrea - would those have been found in germany I'd say Oxythyrea funesta (because of the white spots on the pronotum), but since I don't know if there are similar species in Portugal I leave it with Oxythyrea sp. :)

FFHRheingau Beetles mating
Beetles mating commented on by FFHRheingau Portugal7 years ago

Hello auntnance123,

the black beetle belongs to the Scarabaeidae, genus Oxythyrea.
And the two that are mating belong to the Cerambycidae.
I'm not familiar with the fauna of Portugal thus I don't dare to get more specific. But maybe those hints can help you with identifying the species :)

FFHRheingau Escarabajo de Madera/Ironclad Beetle
Escarabajo de Madera/Ironclad Beetle commented on by FFHRheingau Costa Rica7 years ago

Such a beauty :D

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