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Meloe violaceus Marsham, 1802

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Filename5-000-000-016-346.jpg
KeywordsMeloe violaceus, Meloidae, Coleoptera, ovum
LocalityCzech Republic, Dolní Morava 23.5.2014
URL http://www.meloidae.com/en/pictures/35334/?s=1
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  • Violet Oil Beetle
  • egg
  • = Meloe aprilina Meyer, 1793
  • = Meloe prolifericornis Motschulsky, 1873
  • = Meloe proscarabaeus Sulzer, 1761
  • = Meloe rufipes Bremi-Wolf, 1855
  • = Meloe similis Marsham, 1802
  • = Meloe strigosus Motschulsky, 1873
  • = Pediculus melittae Kirby, 1802
  • = Proscarabaeus violaceus


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