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cf. Harpalus smaragdinus (Duftschmid, 1812)

Determined: Francesco Vitali

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Filename5-000-000-007-477.jpg
KeywordsHarpalus smaragdinus, Carabidae, Coleoptera
LocalitySlovakia, Štúrovo 2.4.2011
URL http://www.meloidae.com/en/pictures/26111/
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Zdeněk Papoušek

9.9.2011 14:49:41

Každopádně tohle je úplně jiné zvíře než na té druhé fotce, i když to bylo nejspíše vyfoceno na stejném místě a v e stejné době a na H. fuscipalpis bych to určitě neviděl. Tipoval bych Anisodactylus binotatus nebo nějaké univerzální harpalini :)

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