38571 pictures in 5661 albums and 735 categories with 8724 comments viewed 27456632 times

Aizoon canariense Andrews

Home » Plantae - plants » Magnoliophyta - flowering plants » Aizoaceae » Aizoon canariense » emiraty 264.jpg

Filenameemiraty 264.jpg
KeywordsAizoon canariense, Aizoaceae
LocalityUnited Arab Emirates, Ras Al Khaimah 22.1.2007
URL http://www.meloidae.com/en/pictures/17951/?s=1
Viewed1856 times

Do you know what is on photography? Add determination commentary near this photos.

Comments

Name and surname
Commentary
 

Search

Newsletter

Random pictures

Last comments

Jennifer Carr

Hello, I have a commercial image use request: May I include your photo of a tremex fuscocornis in an elearning module which will be available for free on the Plant Biosecurity University website but we will charge money if the person wants Continuing Education Unit credit for the module. The website should be live in September. Your photo will have your name credited. Thanks, Jenny -- Jennifer C. Carr, MDP Lab Manager Biosecurity Research & Extension Department of Entomology and Nematology University of Florida, IFAS Steinmetz Building 970 Natural Area Drive Gainesville, FL 32611 Office: 352-273-3979 Cell: 352-215-0071 Email: jennster@ufl.edu

Michael Geiser

Cantharis pulicaria Fabricius, 1781

Michael Geiser

Cantharis pulicaria Fabricius, 1781

Miroslav Král

Na fotografii určitě není Chrysotoxum vernale, neboť v křídle není tmavá ploška. S největší pravděpodobností se jedná o Chrysotoxum verralli. Důvod: Křídlo je bez tmavé skvrny; 3. článek tykadel je kratší než 1. a 2. dohromady, přičemž 1. a 2. článek jsou stejně dlouhé; zadeček: na předním okraji 2. článku má černý pruh stejnou šířku po většinu své délky a žluté skvrny na tomtéž článku jsou trojúhelníkové.

Ladislav Černý

I think, this is Hycleus argentifer bytinskii because it has red coloured clypeus.

Ladislav Černý

I sorry, this is argentifer argentifer, bytinskii is on another phoro!!!

Ladislav Černý

I think, it is Hycleus argentifer bytinskii kaszab, 1969, because it has red couloured clypeus.

Ladislav Černý

It is Hycleus schoenherri (Billberg, 1813).

Ladislav Černý

This is not this species because Mylabris subbrevicornis is very different from this one. It is Mylabris cf. sculptilis and probably belongs to the new species.

Jan Máca

Xanthogramma cf. pedisequum