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Protaetia marmorata (Fabricius, 1792)

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KeywordsProtaetia marmorata, Scarabaeidae, Coleoptera, požerek, damage
LocalityCzech Republic, Velká Bíteš, Jindřichov 30.5.2010
URL http://www.meloidae.com/en/pictures/24910/?s=1
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  • Marbled Rose Chafer
  • damage
  • = *Cetonia (Liocola) zoufali Roubal, 1929
  • = Cetonia aeruginea Herbst, 1790 nec Herbst, 1786
  • = Cetonia lugubris Herbst, 1786 nec Fabricius, 1775
  • = Cetonia marmorata Fabricius, 1792
  • = Cetonia punctatoundulata Petagna, 1819
  • = Liocola lugubris (Herbst) Thomson, 1859
  • = Liocola marmorata (Fabricius)
  • = Protaetia lugubris (Herbst) Miksic, 1966

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