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Lampyris noctiluca (Linnaeus, 1767)

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Filename5-000-000-020-858.jpg
KeywordsLampyris noctiluca, Lampyridae, Coleoptera, larva
LocalityCzech Republic, Rešov 3.5.2017, Rešovské vodopády
URL http://www.meloidae.com/en/pictures/39784/?s=1
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  • Glow Worm
  • larva
  • = Lampyris bellieri Reiche, 1858
  • = Lampyris carreti Olivier, 1895
  • = Lampyris longipennis Motschulsky, 1853
  • = Lampyris minor Olivier, 1901
  • = Lampyris obscurella Motschulsky, 1853
  • = Lampyris parvicollis Olivier, 1901
  • = Lampyris sibirica Gebler, 1847
  • = Lampyris submucronata Rey, 1891
  • = Lampyris thoracica Motschulsky, 1853


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