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Maps

Maps – to show the exact photography location I use a map with the locality of finding. Most of my images will be gradually completed by a map. You will see it also in reports where all the items of the report simultaneously display. More nearby points are clustered and the figure shows a number of photos in a given location. The approach of the map allows you to see the points in detail. At the end of the closer you´ll get to the specific pictures. You can also switch the map to the classic map „Mapa“ or hybrid „Hybridni“.
The link „World“ shows a world map which contains 6 000 points together. So you can find a place of your interest and see the photos I took there.

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Gymnognathus hetarus

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Gymnognathus vicinus

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Hypselotropis pustulata

Gabriele Franzini

it is Astylus pallipes

Jarda Větrovec

Hyperaspis festiva Mulsant, 1850

Jarda Větrovec

Cycloneda sanguinea (Linnaeus, 1763)

Jarda Větrovec

Coccidula rufa (Herbst, 1783)

Vabesa Nováková

Jak vypadá těhotná ploštice

Arp Kruithof

Hi Stanislav, yesterday I found very similar larvae/pupae and was looking in the Bibionidae myself, but couldn\'t find a match (except for your image here), so I asked on diptera.info. Tony Irwin identified mine as <i>Forcipomyia</i> (Ceratopogonidae), so I\'m sure yours must be that also. See: https://diptera.info/forum/viewthread.php?thread_id=99869 Cheers, Arp

Marc

This is Trox niger.