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Phytoecia caerulea (Scopoli, 1772)

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Jméno souboru5-000-000-016-052.jpg
Klíčová slovaPhytoecia caerulea, Cerambycidae, Coleoptera, kopulace, copulation
LokalitaHungary, Fót 13.4.2014
URL http://www.meloidae.com/cs/obrazky/34820/?s=1
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  • kopulace
  • = Phytoecia flavimana (Creutzer) Méquignon, 1907
  • = Phytoecia rufimana (Schrank) Villiers, 1974
  • = Saperda coelestis Townson, 1797
  • = Saperda flavimana Creutzer, 1796
  • = Saperda rufimana Schrank, 1789
  • = Phytoecia coerulea (Scopoli)
  • = Leptura caerulea Scopoli, 1772


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