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Herophila fairmairei (Thomson, 1857)

Determined: David Navrátil

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KeywordsHerophila fairmairei, Cerambycidae, Coleoptera
LocalityGreeece central, Mt. Parnassus, 7km S of Fterolakka 3.6.2012
URL http://www.meloidae.com/en/pictures/40606/
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  • composed of the 24 frames
  • = Dorcadion fairmairei Thomson, 1857
  • = Dorcatypus fairmairei (Thomson, 1857)
  • = Herophila fairmairii (Thomson, 1857) (misspelling)

David Navrátil

14.6.2018 19:15:56

Herophila fairmairei (Thomson, 1857)


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