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Heliocopris tyrannus (Thomson, 1858)

Determinoval: Yves Cambefort

Zapůjčil: Oliver Ďulík

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Klíčová slovaHeliocopris tyrannus, Scarabaeidae, Coleoptera
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  • = Copris tyrannus Thomson, 1858
  • = Heliocopris sturleri Harold, 1879

Yves Cambefort

8.7.2014 10:10:43

What is th size of this? If rather big, probably Heliocopris tyrannus, either female or small male.


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