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Aeshna cyanea (O. F. Müller, 1764)

Determined: Petr Hesoun

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Filename5-000-000-021-196.jpg
KeywordsAeshna cyanea, Aeshnidae, Odonata
LocalityCzech Republic, Tvrdkov, Ruda 28.7.2017
URL http://www.meloidae.com/en/pictures/40223/
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  • Southern Hawker Dragonfly
  • = Aeschna cyanea (O. F. Müller, 1764)
  • = Aeschna maculatissima Latreille, 1805
  • = Libellula cyanea Müller, 1764

Petr Hesoun

7.3.2018 08:46:09

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cryptorhynchinae

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Otiorhynchus group.cardiniger

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Phylobius cf.glaucus

Tony Benn

Head red, but antennal segments IV-XI and apex of II and III, fore part of frons, clypeus, a middle longitudinal frontal stripe, and middle ventral part black; Pronotum red with narrow black area on sides, with a middle longitudinal narrow groove, extended from base to the anterior third; Legs red-yellow, but black coxae, tarsi and apex of tibiae; Elytra yellow-red with sparse setation, with sparse, bare black spots, 4 yellow stripes on the scarcely elevated venations; Ventral surface black, with red-yellow meso- and metasternum . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A. spilotella (Péringuey)https://www.researchgate.net/publication/237763886_Australytta_a_new_blister_beetle_genus_from_Southern_Africa_Coleoptera_Meloidae

Tony Benn

I forgot to paste the inat post . Sorry. https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/19167852

Tony Benn

Should the head and pronotum of australytta spilotella be red rather than grey ? Im referring to this discussion I have started on inaturalist. Thanks. Perhaps you have shown a different australytta species.

Vítězslav Kubáň

Anthaxia (Melanthaxia) helvetica helvetica Stierlin, 1868

Jan Máca

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