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Ibalia leucospoides (Hochenwarth, 1785)

Determined: Kamil Holý

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KeywordsIbalia leucospoides, Ibaliidae, Hymenoptera
LocalityCzech republic, Rýmařov, Ruda 3.8.2011, Rešovské vodopády
URL http://www.meloidae.com/en/pictures/27499/?s=1
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  • = Ibalia arcuata Dalla Torre & Kieffer, 1910
  • = Ibalia picea Matsumora, 1912
  • = Ibalia sachalinensis Matsumora, 1911
  • = Ibalia suprunenkoi Jacobson, 1899
  • = Ichneumon cultellator Fabricius, 1793
  • = Ichneumon leucospoides Hochenwarth, 1785

Jan Macek

8.9.2011 22:01:04

Ibalia leucospoides


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Patrik Mlčoch

Takové cizokrajné houby vám v ČR moc lidí neurčí do druhu, tohle je katmanka, Amanita sp.

Patrik Mlčoch

Strobilomyces sp.

Geis, Klaus-Ulrich (kontakt@kaeferklaus.de)

...and again S. sexdentatum (immature ?)

Geis, Klaus-Ulrich (kontakt@kaeferklaus.de)

...and this is Xyloperthella picea (Oliv., 1790)...

Geis, Klaus-Ulrich (kontakt@kaeferklaus.de)

Hello Stanislav, this is Sinoxylon sexdentatum (Oliv. 1790). Best regards, Klaus.

Samuel Krčmárik

Dobrý deň, Nie je to Protaetia fieberi ale Protaetia cuprea metallica.

Jan Pražák

Anaglymma cf. cardoni, S. Mazur det.


mrkněte na Insekt of Saudi Arabia od Kaszaaba, tam je tento druh jako Mylabris(Gorrizia) semifasciata Pic. ab bicolorepilosa Sumakov. Teď jsem ho určoval schodou okolností jednomu kolegovi z Maroka jako Hycleus semifasciata.

Jan Pražák

nejspíš Margarinotus purpurascens

Arp :o)

Wow - interesting specimen. Is this the only image you have? I\'m certainly not doubting the ID by Michael Geiser, but the specimen seems to have a mix of characters for decipiens and sudetica. I rarely ever (never?) see the legs so dark on decipiens and there also seems to be a clear dark streak along the suture. On the other hand the pronotum seems to fit decipiens better and it is unclear if the tip of the elytra is darkened (do you have an image where this is less shaded?) Cheers! Arp