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Lytta vesicatoria (Linnaeus, 1758)

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Filename5-000-000-011-349.jpg
KeywordsLytta vesicatoria, Meloidae, Coleoptera, požerek, damage
LocalityRomania, Gârnic 15.6.2012
URL http://www.meloidae.com/en/pictures/30458/?s=1
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  • = Meloe vesicatoria Linnaeus, 1758]
  • = Lytta vesicatoria armeniaca Reitter, 1886
  • = Lytta vesicatoria aurantica Escherich, 1895
  • = Lytta vesicatoria basipennis Pic, 1948
  • = Lytta vesicatoria bipartitipennis Pic, 1941
  • = Lytta vesicatoria caeruleicollis Pic, 1948
  • = Lytta vesicatoria coerulea Della Beffa, 1909
  • = Lytta vesicatoria costatella Reitter, 1916
  • = Cantharis vesicatoria crassicornis A. Costa, 1882
  • = Lytta vesicatoria cupreopurpurea Pic, 1941
  • = Lytta vesicatoria dibapha Reitter, 1890
  • = Lytta vesicatoria fauconneti Pic, 1948
  • = Lytta vesicatoria lateopaca Pic, 1948
  • = Lytta vesicatoria lebisi Pic, 1949
  • = Lytta vesicatoria leodi Escherich, 1896
  • = Lytta vesicatoria martialis Pic, 1948
  • = Lytta vesicatoria paulocuprea Pic, 1948
  • = Lytta vesicatoria purpureicolor Pic, 1941
  • = Lytta vesicatoria semicuprea Pic, 1948
  • = Lytta vesicatoria semipurpurea Pic, 1941
  • = Lytta vesicatoria theresae Pic, 1948
  • = Lytta vesicatoria viridicuprea Fleischer, 1923


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