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Meloe proscarabaeus Linnaeus, 1758

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KeywordsMeloe proscarabaeus, Meloidae, Coleoptera
LocalityCzech republic, Pouzdřany 13.3.2002, Pouzdřanská step
URL http://www.meloidae.com/en/pictures/3283/
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  • black oil beetle
  • = Meloe atratus Meyer, 1793
  • = Meloe brunsvicensis Meyer, 1793
  • = Meloe crispatus Fairmaire, 1884
  • = Meloe cyanella Brullé, 1832
  • = Meloe cyaneus Mulsant, 1857
  • = Meloe exaratus Faldermann, 1832
  • = Meloe gallicus Baudi, 1878
  • = Meloe incertus Tauscher, 1812
  • = Meloe megacephalus Fischer von Waldheim, 1842
  • = Meloe pannonicus Baudi, 1878


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